3 Manu, Manvantara, Ayodhya and the Scythians
NB: This article can be found after the following introductory passages.
Before you read this article, please note that, from 1996, I (Pari, the author of this article) had begun to see numerous visions. I was trying to understand what was happening to me. As I was trying to understand this, I began writing all the articles which can be found in this website. Each article is a continuation of the earlier one. So what I had explained in earlier articles were not explained in subsequent articles. This had also allowed me to keep developing what I have to explain. After I had written numerous articles, people were asking me as to which articles they had to read in order to understand something or the other. Thus, in 2015, I began to write books. All the knowledge which a person needs, so as to understand the contents of a book, are given in the book. Thus, a person could understand the contents of a book without having to revert to other articles or books. However, a better understanding could be had through reading the other books. I had also begun writing my first book “Holographic Universe : An Introduction” because I began to have a good understanding on the structure of the Holographic Universe through experiences, guidance from God, research, etc.
It should be remembered that my articles were written while I was trying to understand what was happening to me. So, the emphasis in the articles may have been on my own roles (due to the afterlife of my past births). In my books, I concentrate on just explaining knowledge and not really on giving an explanation on my own role.
It should be noted that since there are so many articles, I find it very difficult to update the articles. So there may be information in them which has not been updated. I try my best to keep my eBooks updated.
Anyway, to have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my earlier articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at my List of Articles. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding. It should be noted that all my articles were written based on time being cyclic. Click here to understand the basics of the Cycle of Time.
posted on 19-7-2013
NB: there is a brief explanation on the cycle, at the end of this article, for those who are not familiar with the Cycle of Time. For convenience, I am referring to those who walked out of the divine world, at the end of the Silver Age, as the Anunnaki since they have been referred to as the Anunnaki in the Sumerian myths. The Sumerian mythological names/roles like Enlil, Enki, Ningishzidda, Marduk, Anunna etc were only some of the roles which they were using.These people/souls had used many roles during the Mid-Confluence (Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages). Their actual names were considered as being insignificant. I have begun an explanation on this at: Egyptian Ren & Mythical Names – Part 1 (Name of the Soul) and at Egyptian Ren & Mythical Names : Part 2 – Ancient Naming System.
In "Links to Other sites & Introduction", I have begun an introduction as to which souls were playing the roles of the Anunnaki, Anunna rulers, Enlil, Marduk, Aryans, Anaryans, mapmakers etc.
Manu (on Rotation),Manvantara,
Ayodhya and the Scythians
(includes a discussion on Indra as the king in heaven; Mena/Mene in Egypt; King Ayudh; avatars of Vishnu - Rama, Parasurama and Kalki; Ikshvaku; Vivasvan received knowledge from Krishna and passes it down to Manu; Manu is created by Brahma; Puranjay; Ishpaki; Ishkuza; Kashyapa; Parasurama exterminates the Kshatriyas and then gives the lands to Kashyapa)
In the article The Sumerian King List and the Rule by god Indra on Rotation I have discussed about how many played the role of Indra, during the Mid-Confluence. After the Copper Aged Great Flood, since the system of many playing the role of Indra continued, the system was also developed where many play the role of Manu. In the Hindu myths, Manu was portrayed as the king of the whole human race because each Manu of a civilisation was allowed to rule the world on a rotation basis. When a Manu was used on the world stage for world benefit, that Manu was the world ruler. When a Manu was the world ruler, the world was his world.
In the Hindu myth, a Manvantara is the period of a Manu's rule. As different Manus were used for world rule, the Manvantara kept changing. This was why in the Hindu cycle, each Manvantara had a different Indra and Manu. ‘Manu’ and ‘Indra’ were also administrative roles. Manu was the king on earth; and Indra was the king in heaven.
The Heaven, which Indra was the ruler of, included the places where the gods lived, the sky, the quantum dimensions, the subtle region, etc. Indra was portrayed as the king in the heavens because Indra represented God (who does not live on earth as humans do). God plays the role of Indra in the Confluence Aged subtle region, at the end. God is the King of all the deity souls in the Confluence Age. Memories of this were emerging to influence the deity souls, during the Mid-Confluence. These memories and the Confluence Aged subtle region are not part of the corporeal world on earth. The Mid-Confluence Aged Indras were acting on God’s behalf, based on these Confluence Aged memories. Thus, the Mid-Confluence Aged Indras were also not supposed to be living on earth.
There are 14 Manvantaras in the Hindu cycle. Out of these, the last 7 will exist at the end of the cycle. God (the Supreme Soul) plays the role of Indra in these last 7 Manvantaras. Thus, even the Indras in the first 7 Manvantaras had to be associated to the ‘heavens’ since they were acting on God’s behalf. All the first 7 Manvantaras were associated to the previous Confluence Age because the Mid-Confluence is connected to the previous Confluence Age. I will be discussing the 14 manvantaras in later articles. During the Mid-Confluence, Indra was also seen as the king in heaven because:
1. the gods/royalty were not living among the mortals/humans/citizens,
2. the gods were using or living in the quantum dimensions,
3. the gods were from the divine world of the first half cycle and the world in the first half cycle was ‘heaven on earth’,
4. the gods were involved with immortal roles which will be used again at the end,
5. the gods were seen as living in the subtle region (since they were having a higher spiritual stage, were involved with meditation and recollecting memories of what had happened during the previous Confluence Age),
6. the gods were involved with creating subtle regions for worship and so they had to be seen as residing in the subtle regions so as to make the believe system a powerful one.
After the Copper Aged Great Flood, the role of Manu was used to create city-states for the new world. Each city-state, which was created by a Manu, represented the world because the people were living their lives based on life-dramas. Thus, in the Hindu myths, each Manu was portrayed as creating his world. Manu also plays the role of the king in the civilization which he creates. Since there were many civilisations/city-states, there were many Manus (during the Mid-Confluence). But all the Manus had different names.
Manu (or Vaivasvata Manu) was the king of the human civilization in India. Other civilizations had others playing the role of Manu; though they had been given different names in their own culture. For example, the one who played the role of Manu in Egypt was called Mene (or Mena) in the Egyptian culture. Marduk had established this civilisation with Mena/Mene as its first ruler.
In India, Manu was the founder of Ayodhya. The Solar Dynasty, in India, ruled from Ayodhya. Ayodhya was situated on the banks of the River Ganges. Ayodhya is now in Uttar Pradesh, India. In the Atharvaveda, Ayodhya was described as a city that was built by the gods because the gods, who had walked out of the divine world, had got it built. The role of Manu was used to establish the civilization and Solar Dynasty in Ayodhya. Ayodhya was used as the capital of the Suryavansha, after it was built. As the founder of Ayodhya, Manu was referred to as King Ayudh. In Hindu scriptures, King Ayudh is said to be a forefather of Lord Rama.
During the Mid-Confluence, when the gods (who played the role of Vishnu) were personally handling matters on earth, Vishnu was portrayed as having taken an avatar on earth. Rama was one of these avatars. The gods were portrayed as Rama because they were acting on God’s behalf. Rama was portrayed as ruling in Ayodhya because the gods were in Ayodhya while they were using the solar warriors who were in Ayodhya. Normally, others are used to rule the city-states. However, Enlil and the other gods (who played the role of Rama) had taken over rule in Ayodhya so as to use the solar dynasty warriors. Thus, they were portrayed as the ruler in the Solar Dynasty, during that time.
Actually, it was Enlil who was normally playing the role of Rama (during the Mid-Confluence). Though Enlil was ruling in Bharath, others were used to rule the different city-states there on a rotation basis. Thus, each city-state would have it’s own list of kings. When Enlil had gone to play a role on earth, through using the solar warriors at Ayodhya, he was portrayed as having taken the birth of Rama (a Vishnu avatar) in Ayodhya. He was portrayed as having descended onto earth because he was personally looking into the problems which the Anaryans and Marduk were giving. Rama was portrayed as having killed the demon Ravana because Enlil was victorious in the battle against Marduk and the anaryans. There is also a Confluence Aged aspect to the battle between Rama and Ravana. I am not discussing this Confluence Aged aspect here. I am only discussing the Mid-Confluence Aged aspect (the historical aspect) here.
Ayodhya began to play a significant role, during the time of Rama. Thus, the Hindu Puranas portray Ayodhya as one of the seven most sacred cities of India. In the Atharvaveda it is stated that Ayodhya was prosperous and was like paradise itself because a lot of importance was given to the construction and use of Ayodhya, during the Mid-Confluence.
The Sanskrit word yudh means ‘fight’ or ‘wage war’. Thus, Ayudh means ‘one who does not fight or wage war’ or ‘one who is not to be fought’ or ‘one who is unconquerable’. Manu was referred to as King Ayudh so as to portray:
1. that Manu was unconquerable (in the spiritual and corporeal sense) because he was used to begin a solar warrior clan, during the Mid-Confluence.
2. that there was no need to battle during Manu’s time, during the Mid-Confluence.
3. that the Confluence Aged souls, at the end of the cycle, will not be fighting with anyone as they bring the deity clan into the new Golden Aged world. The Confluence Aged souls also play the role of Manu, as they walk into the Golden Aged world. However, I am not discussing this Confluence Aged aspect here. I am only discussing what had happened during the Mid-Confluence (the historical aspect).
During the Mid-Confluence, one of the duties of the kings was to make sure that their people do not entertain the vices or become the anaryans. During Manu’s time, Manu was not involved with fighting because:
1. before the Copper Aged Great Flood, it was decided that those who were influenced by the vices would not be saved, used or allowed to live in the new civilisations after the Flood. Thus, there were no serious problems during the rule of Manu.
2. Manu created laws which were used to keep the people virtuous.
3. Manu and his people knew the importance of remaining virtuous etc. This was why, in the Hindu scriptures, it has been portrayed that the spiritual knowledge was passed down to Manu and then to Ikshvaku (after Krishna gave the spiritual knowledge to Vivasvan, the sun god who was the father of Manu). This represented that Manu was introduced to the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge, which the gods had become aware of through their memories. Thus, Manu and his people were influenced to flow along the spiritual path.
Vivasvan (the sun god who was the father of Manu) also represented the deity souls. The deity soul was portrayed as the sun god because:
1. the deity souls, during the Confluence Age, will be absorbing and reflecting God’s light into the world. Thus, they will look like God (who was represented by the Sun during the Mid-Confluence).
2. a deity soul is a powerful ‘point of light’ (who is seen as an enlarged point of light, in visions).
During the Confluence Age, the deity souls receive the knowledge from God who was also portrayed as Krishna in the Hindu myths. These memories were emerging to influence the deity souls, during the Mid-Confluence. Thus, the deity souls were portrayed as Vivasvan who had received the knowledge from God/Krishna and then passed the knowledge down to Manu (for the mortals during the Copper Age). The deity souls were portrayed as receiving the knowledge from Krishna because, with time, the role of Vishnu was given importance during the Mid-Confluence. Vivasvan also represents God but I am not discussing this aspect here.
During the Mid-Confluence, importance also began to be given to the role of ‘Brahma’ since the highest authorities were also involved with using the role of Brahma. In one version, Manu was the son of Vivasvan (the sun god). However, in another version, Manu is created by Brahma. Then, each Manvantara and world (in the Manvantara) is created by Manu. Manu also rules in this Manvantara and world, that has just been created. Each Manvantara lasts the life time of a Manu. Upon the death of Manu, Brahma creates another Manu for the next Manvantara. New Indras and Saptarishis are also appointed for each manvantara. All these represent how new people take over the roles when a new city-state was having world rule. Manu was also portrayed as the mind born son of Brahma because Manu was used for ‘creation’ of the new civilization/world. So it was as if Brahma, the creator, had created Manu for the ‘creation’ process.
Just as the gods (as Indra) were in control on a rotation basis; even the rulers, in each civilization, were ruling on a rotation basis (within their own kingdom). Thus, in Ayodhya, Ikshvaku became the next Solar King after Manu. In one version, Ikshvaku was portrayed as one of the sons of Manu.
It was the descendants of Manu who had been used as the solar kshatriya/warrior clan, in the corporeal sense, so as to make sure that people remained virtuous. The role of Manu was more for ‘creation’ purposes. Thus, Ikshvaku is seen as beginning the Solar Dynasty in India.
In the myths, it has been portrayed that it was only during the time of Puranjay that a fierce battle took place between the Aryans and Anaryans. In the myths, Puranjay was portrayed as the grandson of Ikshvaku because he was one of the later kings to rule, on the rotation basis, in north India. From the time of Puranjay, the solar warriors were introduced to fearsome forms of battling etc so as to make sure that the people become afraid and so:
1. they do not entertain the vices,
2. they only support Enlil (the King of Bharath/world) and remain obedient to Enlil,
3. they do not become influenced by Marduk and the anaryans.
However, it was the solar warrior clan which was used in the Middle East, which was really introduced to fearsome forms of battling etc since administration was being done from the Middle East. The solar warrior clan, in the Middle East, was introduced to fearsome ways so that they can be used for keeping control over the anaryan situation. The solar warrior clan, in the Middle East, was later referred to as the Scythians (after they lost their solar warrior status). Thus, the Scythian clan was portrayed as having been led by Ishpaki.
Present-day historians are of the view that the Scythians were led by Ishpaki around 770 BC or around 676 BC. The name ‘Ishpaki’ is similar to that of Ikshvaku of India because these people were playing similar roles, though in different places and in different cultures. Ishpaki was the descendant of the Manu in the Middle East.
The Ishkuza clan was lead by Ishpaki, in the Middle East. It was the Greeks who referred to the Ishkuza as the Scythians or Scuthae. The ancient Assyrians referred to the Scythians as the Ishkuza. This can also be written as Iskuza, Iskuzai, Ishkuzai, Ashkuza, Askuzai or Ashkuzai. It can also be said that the armies of Ishpaki was the Ishkuza. Just as the people of Ishpaki are referred to as the Ishkuza (a name similar to Ishpaki); even the descendants of the Solar Dynasty in India are said to belong to the Ikshvaku Dynasty (similarly giving importance to the name of Ikshvaku).
With time, many of the kshatriyas/warriors were behaving badly. Thus, in the Hindu scriptures, Parasurama (the Vishnu avatar) was portrayed as exterminating the Kshatriyas/warriors. The Scythians were also a group of solar warriors who were considered as behaving badly. The Scythians were no longer considered as the solar warriors when they ran away and became barbarians (when Parasuram was exterminating the kshatriyas/warriors).
Through the Hindu scriptures, like the Mahabharata and Srimad Bhagavatam, Parasuram was portrayed as exterminating the Kshatriyas and then giving the lands to Kashyapa (after having conquered the earth). Kashyapa was a role that was used by many. The ‘Kashyapa’ who were given the earth were those who were influenced by the Anunna rulers, Enki, Enlil, Ningishzidda and the other Enlilites. In the Hindu myths, Kashyapa was the father of the Devas, Asuras, Nagas and all of humanity. Kashyapa and his first wife had sons like Indra and Vivasvan. Kashyapa represents those who play a role for the ‘creation of a new world’. Thus, some of the Kshatriyas were allowed to rule again, after Parasuram had handed over the earth to Kashyapa. The solar clan in Ayodhya was one of those who were allowed to continue existing as a Solar Dynasty. After taking the avatar of Parasuram, Vishnu had taken the avatar of Rama. However, Vishnu was portrayed as using the avatar of Parasurama and Rama at the same time, in the Ramayana, because:
1. Parasurama and Rama were 2 different roles that were used by the gods during the Mid-Confluence.
2. the gods were continuing the Solar Dynasty in Ayodhya, through the role of Rama (though Parasuram was supposed to have already exterminated the Kshatriyas).
3. the mapmakers are supposed to explain this, at the end, as I am doing now.
4. Parasurama was an immortal role that will be used again, at the end of Kaliyug. So Parasuram was portrayed as a Chiranjeevi/immortal who had continued to live during Rama’s time.
5. Parasurama and Rama are 2 different roles that would be used by God, at the end.
The role of Rama was for those in the Confluence Age. The role of Parasurama was for people like me, who are outside the Brahma Kumaris. This was also a reason why:
1. in the Hindu myths, and during the meeting between Rama and Parasurama in the Ramayana, Rama was portrayed as being higher than Parasurama (in respect of the spiritual aspects of Vishnu).
2. Parasuram was portrayed as killing the Kshatriyas and handing over the world to the Brahmin/sage (Kashyapa) who was involved with ‘creation’. This also represents how the world will be handed over to those walking into the Golden Aged world as the 2 monkeys/cats/warriors fight. More on the fight between the cats/monkeys can be found at The Cat and the Monkeys (Vali, Sugriva and Hanuman). This does not mean that those who are fighting for world rule will be killed in the corporeal world. It just means that as people read what I say, they will be influenced to accept what I say. Thus, the fight between the 2 cats/monkeys/warriors comes to an end. The role of Parasurama is used by God through me and others (who are doing what I am doing now).
3. Parasuram was portrayed as the teacher of Kalki avatar at the end of Kaliyug. God uses many different roles including those like Rama, Parasurama, Kalki etc. Each role is for something different. One role can be used based on what has been said and done through another role. Thus, Parasuram will be the teacher of Kalki, at the end of Kaliyug. This means that what I am saying now, will be used by Kalki during the Second Coming of Christ. Kalki is the final Vishnu avatar, at the end of Kaliyug, which will be used for removing the problems that are given by the anaryans on earth. I will be discussing this further, in later articles.
Ayodhya also represents Rama’s heavenly Golden Aged world that gets created through the Confluence Age, at the end. What was created, during the Mid-Confluence, represented what was created at the end. During the Mid-Confluence, a life-drama was taking place in Ayodhya to represent what would happen in the future as per the World Drama.
During the Mid-Confluence, the Solar Dynasty in Ayodhya was more of a spiritual clan than a warrior clan. This was also a reason why Manu, as the founder of Ayodhya, was referred to as Ayudh (one who is not involved with fighting). This was also why the Solar Dynasty in India was allowed to continue even though Parasuram was supposed to have exterminated all the kshatriyas/warriors. The Solar Dynasty, in Ayodhya, was also allowed to continue existing as the warrior clan because they were supporters of Enlil.
‘Parasurama exterminating the Kshatriyas and Rama continuing in the Solar Dynasty in India/Ayodhya’ also represented that world rule was being taken away from those in the Middle East (where the Scythians were used) and was being given to those in India. In the Hindu myths and cycle, the Manu of Ayodhya was portrayed as Vaivasvata Manu of the 7th manvantara. In other articles, I have discussed how the gods had gone from India to the Middle East and established new city-states there (as the destructive events were destroying the Silver Aged city-states). In The Sumerian King List and the Rule by god Indra on Rotation I have discussed how the Sumerian city-states, before the Copper Aged Great Flood, were having world rule (on a rotation basis) for administrative purposes. Originally, world rule was in the hands of the rulers of Bharath (during the first half cycle). World rule was transferred to the city-states in the Middle East, during the Mid-Confluence. During the time of Parasurama and Rama, world rule was being brought back to India. This was also why Parasurama was portrayed as conquering the earth and handing it over to Kashyapa, who was in India. The Mid-Confluence Aged gods stopped playing their roles, during the 7th manvantara. So the world remained in the 7th Manvantara until now. But now, the Copper Aged past births have emerged to play their roles again. So the 8th Manvantara began in December 2012. I will be discussing all this further, in later articles.
Even the lunar warriors continued to exist in India because Krishna was playing a role through using the Lunar Dynasty warriors. It was only the Naga warriors who were completely wiped out when Parasuram was exterminating the Kshatriyas/warriors. There was no revival of the Naga warriors. In later articles, I will also be discussing how Parasuram exterminated the kshatriyas/warriors “Thrice times seven”. The words “Thrice times seven”, which was used in the Hindu scripture, means ‘3 times 7’, i.e. three types of warriors were exterminated in 7 worlds/continents/city-states.
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1. the divine world in the first half cycle: involving the Golden Age (Satyug) and then the Silver Age (Tetrayug).
2. the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages: where the world transforms back into the ordinary state (after a vice was entertained). For convenience, I refer to this Confluence as the Mid-Confluence.
3. the ordinary world of the second half cycle: involving the Copper Age (Dwapuryug) and then the Iron Age (Kaliyug).
4. the Confluence Age (at the end, now): through which the world is transformed back into the divine Golden Aged world.