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Jesus Married Mary Papyrus Authenticated

In Christianity on April 13, 2014 at 10:14

I was intrigued when I read the Book The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown where he mentions that Jesus Christ was married to Mary Magdalene , they had a

child and the heir to Jesus , a girl, was living in France.

 

Papyrus sys Jesus was married and it is auhentic

An ancient papyrus, pictured, suggesting Jesus married Mary Magdalene, is genuine

 

And that Jesus appointed Mary to carry on with his Ministry.

 

I cheeked the facts and Dan Brown was correct.

 

I have posted articles on this.

 

 

Before proceeding further in this story we need to remember that The Bible was compiled some 300 years after the death of  Jesus Christ by Constantine in a conclave of cardinals in an effort to retain his Roman Empire.

 

Over 300 legends about Jesus were collected and the conclave chose those that met with the approval of Constantine.

 

This is the Bible.

 

Recent emergence of a text indicated that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene.

 

The document was called a modern Forgery.

 

Now by carbon dating the document indicating that Jesus was married to marry Magdalene is  not a forgery and is genuine.

 

Story:

 

The studies, published Thursday in the Harvard Theological Review, represent the latest chapter in the years-long saga surrounding what Harvard theologian Karen King has dubbed the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife. King brought the text into the global spotlight in September 2012, at a symposium in Rome, but the publication of her analysis was held up for more than a year when questions were raised about the text’s authenticity.

 

…The fragmentary text, written in an Egyptian Coptic language, is controversial not only because Jesus appears to refer to his wife, but also because it discusses the worthiness of a woman named Mary for what might have been a leadership role. Here are a couple of other intriguing phrases: “she will be able to be my disciple” … “I am with her,” as in “I dwell with her.”…..

 

The papyrus fragment was purportedly acquired by an East German collector in the 1960s, sold to its current owner in 1999, and made available to King for study in 2011. The owner has remained anonymous, adding to the mystery surrounding the scrap’s origins.

Skeptics, including Vatican officials, insisted that the text was a modern-day forgery because the phrases were ungrammatical and appeared to be inexpertly cribbed from other apocryphal scriptures in circulation.

To settle the argument, researchers subjected the business-card-sized scrap of papyrus to radiocarbon tests and micro-Raman spectroscopy. One of the carbon-dating tests indicated that the papyrus went back somewhere between the year 659 and 869, with the most likely date around 741. Other tests showed that the chemical makeup of the ink was consistent with inks that were used between the first and the eighth century.

Citation. NBC News.

Jesus was Married.

 

 

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Vedic Hinduism In Germany Greece, Russian Veda

In Hinduism on March 30, 2014 at 08:47

I have posted articles that Hnduism, Sanatana Dharma was all over the World and the entire Jambu Dweepa was practicing Hinduism.
I had provided Maps of Ancient India,Kingdoms as well
I am furnishing details from research articles on this subject.
In his book ‘Proof of Vedic Culture’s Global Existence’ Stephen Knapp confirms that the Vedic culture was once global.
Professor Alexander Vasilyavich Medvedev, chairman of the religious affairs committee of the Urals region.
Professor Medvedev:
“The problem amongst our leaders may not be so much in having to accept your movement, but to accept that the Vedic culture could have very well been the original culture here in Russia.You know in Russia practically all the scientists accept that the Vedic culture once flourished here, the center being in the Volga river region.

The debate among our scientists is only if the Aryans came from India or they originated here.

There is much evidence to the fact that Vedic culture existed here, most notably the Russian Veda”

“The Russian Veda” Interrupted Indradyumna Marharaj.

“Yes, it is famous amongst our people, it is as old as Russia, and the stories are exactly like those in the Vedic scriptures.

The central figure of the Russian Veda is a personality called Krishen.

He is the upholder of spiritual truths and the killer of many demons. His killing of a witch and snake are exactly like the history of child Krsna killing the putana and aghasura demons in the bhagavat puranas.

But the Russian Veda is not intended for children.

It is full of spiritual truths.”

 

Name

Sanskrit

Sanskrit meaning

Russia Rishiya Land of the Rishis
Moscow Moksha Salvation, goal of all Rishis
Bolshevik Bal-sevik Rishis seeking spiritual power
Rubble Raya-bal Strength of the realm
Krasnoyorak Krsna Russian town named after Lord Krsna
Agone (fire) Agni Vedic fire God
Andropov Indra Vedic demigod
Siberia Shibeerya The locals still call their land Shibir
Soviet Svet White as in white snow covered region
Svetlana Svetanana Svetlana, the name of Stalins daughter is from the Sanskrit word svetanana meaning fair faced

 

During the nineteenth century when Europe was greatly appreciating the Vedic culture, Sir Henry Maine, a scholarly member of the viceroy of Indias council declared about Germany “a nation has been born out of Sanskrit”.

 

Some evidence of the Vedic influence throughout Germany and Europe.

 

 

Name

Sanskrit

Sanskrit meaning

Deutschland Daityasthan Land of the Daityas. ( Daitya refers to mother Diti and Kashyapa muni, the Dutch also share this link.)
Danube river Danuv The Daityas were also known as the Danuv community due to Kashyapa munis marriage to Danu, who is also known as one of the primary Goddesses of the celts.
German Sharman A common hindu surname
Hindenberg Hindu-durg The fort of the Hindus
Heidelberg Haya-dal-durg Fort garrisoned by horses
Stein Stan Place
Ramstein Ramstan Place of Lord Rama
Rome Rama Lord Rama
Ravenna (Italian city) Ravanna Demon killed by Lord Rama
Budapest Buddaprastha City dedicated to Lord Buddah
Paris Parameshwari Vedic Goddess
Amsterdam Antardham Region below sea level
Scandinavia Skanda Skanda is the son of Lord Siva. Naviya is Sanskrit for naval settlement. Scandinavians were the mariner descendants of the Vedic ksatriyas who worshipped Skanda

 

 

 

“In the rig veda we have more real antiquity than in all the inscriptions of Egypt or Ninevan … The Vedas is the oldest book in existence.” (Max Muller)

 

 

“After the latest research into the history and chronology of the book of the old testament, we may safely call the rig veda the oldest book, not only of the Aryan community, but the whole world.” (Reverend Morris Philips)

 

 

“The Vedas has a twofold interest, it belongs to the history of the world and to the history of India. In the history of the world the Vedas fills a gap which no literary work in any language could fill.” (Max Muller

 

Judaism

 

 

Name

Sanskrit

Sanskrit meaning

Judaism Yaduism The Yadu dynasty which Lord Krsna appeared in. It is common for the y and j to become interchangeable hence, Yaduism, Yeduism and finally Judaism
Jerusalem Yadu-isha-layam The township of Lord Krsna. Yadu – dynasty of Lord Krsna, Isha – God, alayam – abode or place
Israel Ishwaralaya The abode of Isha – God
Shalome Ishalayam The abode of God. (Ishalayam – shalayam – shalome)
Talmud (jewish scripture) Tal is Sanskrit for palm. Mud comes from mudra which means imprint or script, hence Talmud is Sanskrit for palm leaf manuscript
Syria Surya Vedic sungod
Palestine Palustin Vedic sage
Ramallah (Palestine city) The city of Lord Rama
Adam aadim The first or most ancient man
Abraham Brahma Vedic demigod
Star of David A simplified version of the sri yantra, connected to the Goddess Laxmi Devi. Drawn in front of many Hindu homes
David Devi-d Bestowed by the mother Goddess
Semites Shyam Semites were the descendants of Shem which originates from Shyam, Lord Krsna
Horites Harites Worshipers of Hari (Krsna)

 

I am convinced that everything has come down to us from the banks of the river Ganges” (Voltaire)

 

 

“India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of European languages.

 

 

She was the mother of our philosophy … of our mathematics … of the ideals embodied in Christianity … of self-government and democracy…mother India is in many ways the mother of us all.” (William Durant. Author of the ten volume, story of civilisation)

 

 

“Everything, absolutely everything is of Indian origin.” (Friedrich Schlegel)

 

Greece

 

 

 

Zeus the Greek God of heaven, travels to planet on a mystical six-horse chariot wielding a trident.

 

 

 

Indra the Vedic king of heaven also travels on a mystical six-horse chariot wielding a thunderbolt.

 

 

 

Name

Sanskrit

Sanskrit meaning

Parthia Partha Arjuna, devotee of Lord Krsna
Hercules Hari-culeesh In the lineage of Hari (Krsna)
Hari-tutay Greek greeting May Hari (Krsna) bless you
Prometheus Pramathes Lord Siva
Demetrius Deva-mitra Friend of the Gods
Pythagoras Peeth-guru Peeth means place of education
Aristotle Arishta-taal God, the warder of calamities
Socrates Sukrutus One whose conduct is meritorious

“This Garuda column of Vasudeva (Visnu), the God of Gods, was erected here by Heliodorus, a worshiper of Visnu, the son of Dion, and inhabitant of

 

Taxila, who came as Greek ambassador from the great king Antialkidas to king Kasiputra Bhagabadra, the savior, then reigning prosperously in the

 

fourteenth year of his kingship. Three important precepts when practiced lead to heaven; self-restraint, charity and conscientiousness.”

 

The Heliodorus column, erected in 113 B. C. by the ambassador of Greece. Over 2000 years ago the Greek ambassador worshiped Vishnu.

 

Greek Silver coins made by Agathaclose, a Greek ruler from the 2nd century B.C., bear the imprint of Krishna and Balarama and are displayed in several museums.

 

“The whole of Greece from the era of the supposed Godships of Poseidon and zeus down to the close of the Trojan war was Indian in language, sentiment, religion, peace and war” (India in Greece, E. Pococke)

“Almost all the theories, religious, philosophical and mathematical as taught by the pythagorans were known in India in the 6th century B. C.” (Professor G. Rawlinson)

“When Greece and Italy, those cradles of modern civilisation, housed only the tenants of the wilderness, India was the seat of wealth and grandeur.” (History of British India, Thornton)

 

 

Name

Sanskrit

Sanskrit meaning

Korea Gauriya Gouri, Vedic Goddess
Casseopeans Kashyapa muni Followers of the Vedic sage
Kashmir Kashyapa muni Named after the Vedic sage
Caspean sea Kashyapa muni Named after the Vedic sage
Iran Ariana Land of the Aryans
Guatamala Guatam Abode of the Vedic sage Guatam
Egypt Ajapati Lord Rama, the illustrious scion of Aja. Their kings were named Ramses meaning Rama the God
Persia Parasu Vedic warrior Parasurama
Mexico Maghico Vedic demigod Lord Indra
Babylonia Bahubalaneeya Realm of Vedic king Bahubal
Mauritius Marichi Vedic warrior from Ramayana
Australia Astral-alaya Land of the missiles
America Amaraka Land of the immortals
Devonshire Devaneshwar Land of the Gods
Canterbury Shankapury Township of Lord Siva
Anglesey Angulesh Visnu, Lord of the Anguli country
England Angulistan Angulistan-Anguliand-England
Britain Brihat-sthan Great land or islands

Citation, And More at

Sanatan Satyam

 

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Was Akbar Really Great Facts

In Hinduism, India on March 4, 2014 at 23:38

From the history Tet Books taught in India,it is generally excepted that Akbar (14 October 1542 – 27 October 1605) , the Mughal Emperor who ruled India was a benevolent,Tolerant,a man with out a blemish.

Is it so?

After reading some of my posts , one of the readers from the Facebook community asked me this question and wanted to know the facts.

Here they are.

Akbar, The fanatic.

In 1567, Akbar moved to reduce the Chittorgarh Fort in Mewar. The fortress-capital of Mewar was of great strategic importance as it lay on the shortest route from Agra to Gujarat and was also considered a key to holding the interior parts of Rajputana. Udai Singh retired to the hills of Mewar, leaving two Rajput warriors, Jaimal and Patta, in charge of the defense of his capital.[34] Chittorgarh fell on February 1568 after a siege of four months. Akbar had the surviving defenders massacred and their heads displayed upon towers erected throughout the region, in order to demonstrate his authority.[35][36] The total loot that fell into the hands of the Mughals was distributed throughout the empire.[37] He remained in Chittorgarh for three days, then returned to Agra, where to commemorate the victory, he set up, at the gates of his fort, statues of Jaimal and Patta mounted on elephants.”

Xavier, a Jesuit in Akbar’s court, gives a typical instance of Akbar’s perfidy in making people drink water in which his feet had been washed. Xavier writes, says Smith (p.189), Akbar posed ” as a Prophet, wishing it to be understood that he works miracles through healing the sick by means of the water in which he washed the feet.” Badauni says that this [the above] special type of humiliation was reserved by Akbar only for Hindus. Says Badayuni, “… if other than Hindus came, and wished to become disciples at any sacrifice, His Majesty reproved them.” Where was his broadminded and tolerant nature then?

 

Yet another Xavier’s letter (MacLagan, p.57 and Du Jarric, p.90) states, “The Christian fathers got little opportunity of holding religious discussions with Akbar or influencing him in favour of Christianity …Akbar silenced Xavier by telling him that the freedom accorded to him in preaching his religion was itself a great service.” Akbar was not at all a tolerant of other religious faiths.

 

Akbar had filled both his hands with 50 gold coins when Badayuni expressed his strong desire to take part in a “holy war” (massacring Hindus) and “dye these black moustachois and beard in (hindu) blood through loyalty to Your Majesty’s person” (sic). Akbar far from dispproving of Badayuni’s despicable desire, gladly presented him with a decent premium.”

According to chronicles in Akbar’s time[11], there was just one attack on Chittor by Mughal forces. But in his Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan[12], James Tod mentions two, the first in which the Imperial army was driven back, and a second in which it was successful and Chittor fell.

Udai Singh’s wife led infiltrations into the Mughal camp during the first attack, and in one such foray the Rajputs reached the heart of the camp and forced the Mughal Imperial army to retreat.

The second siege of Chittor by Akbar was successful. When the northern walls were breached and it became inevitable that Chittor would fall, jouhar was prepared and 13,000 kshatriya women leapt into the raging flames. Jouhar was committed by the women when it was certain that they would be dishonored by Akbar’s army after the fall of Chittor. The Rajputs of Chittor committed saka, in which they rode out in saffron robes to meet Akbar in a final battle. In the end, 32,000 Rajputs were killed. In the sacking of Chittor, the Mughal army had incurred large losses and Akbar was furious that the siege had taken so long (October 20, 1567-Februrary 23, 1568). Upon victory, Akbar issued Fathnama-i-Chitor[13]. He began this letter with praise for Allah, and quoted several verses of the Quran leaving no doubt that he derived his inspiration from the Quran and that he viewed himself as a jihadi annihilating the infidel Rajputs. He declared that

 

in conformity with the happy injunction of the Quran (27:40)…[he was busy] in subjugating the localities, habitations, forts and towns which are under the possession of the infidels…may God forsake and annihilate all of them, and thus raising the standard of Islam everywhere and removing the darkness of polytheism and violent sins by the use of sword. We destroy the places of worship of idols in those places and other parts of India. The praise be to Allah, who hath guided us to this, and we would not have found the way had it not been that Allah had guided us…. in accordance with the imperative Command – and kill the idolaters all together (Quran 9:36), those defiant ones who were still offering resistance having formed themselves into knots of two to three hundred persons, were put to death and their women and children taken prisoners.

 

According to the various contemporary accounts of Abul Fazl, Badauni, etc, there were between 22,000 and 40,000 women, children, and the old and infirm still alive inside the fort as Akbar’s victorious army entered it[14]. Akbar, according to his own fathnama, ordered the butchering of the defenseless civilians. Akbar confirms what he did with those women and children:

 

According to the promise – Allah promised you many acquisitions which you will take (Quran 48:20), immense booty and spoils in cash and kind were acquired.

He also ordered his troops to collect the necklaces from the necks of the fallen Rajputs for the royal treasure. This bounty weighed approximately 800 pounds.

Akbar had the gates of Chittor removed and taken to Delhi along with two massive nagaras (drums) used to announce the departure and arrival of Chittor princes. A huge candelabra from the Kallika Mata temple was also removed and taken to Agra. Chittor was then razed to the ground and the rest of its inhabitants (Brahmins and lower castes) killed. Chittor was razed so thoroughly, that it was still barren and lifeless two centuries later.”

Akbar’s Treatment of Hindus.

The holy Hindu cities of Prayag and Banaras, writes Vincent Smith (p.58), were plundered by Akbar because their residents were rash enough to close their gates! No wonder Prayag of today has no ancient monuments — whatever remain are a rubble! It is rather obvious that Akbar had no respect and reverance for cities considered holy by Hindus, let alone esteem for human life and property. Also, it is evident from this instance that Akbar’s subjects were horrified and scared upon the arrival of their king into their city. If at all Akbar was so magnanimous, why then did not the people come forward and greet him?

Monserrate, a contemporary of Akbar, writes (p.27), “the religious zeal of the Musalmans has destroyed all the idol temples which used to be numerous. In place of Hindu temples, countless tombs and little shrines of wicked and worthless Musalmans have been erected in which these men are worshipped with vain superstition as though they were saints.” Not only did the muslims destroy the idols, but usurped the existing temples and converted them into tombs of insignificant people”

Akbar, a Man without Blemish.

Akbar’s Harem

Unlike many others, Akbar used political marriages to cement ties with other kingdoms. These marriages came about when kingdoms submitted before him, either peacefully or after defeat in war[3]. Virgin daughters of these Kings were converted to Islam prior to their marriage. By the end of his life, his harem had over 6000 women[4]. In fact, one of the greatest shames endured by the Rajput nobility of what is now Rajasthan was having their daughters being forced to enter Akbar’s harem.

 

Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akbar_the_Great#Jihad_Against_Hindu_Kings

http://www.hindupedia.com/en/Akbar

http://www.hindunet.org/hindu_history/modern/akbar_ppg.html

 

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Spot Where Indraprastha Was Built In Delhi

In Hinduism on February 28, 2014 at 23:25

I have been checking the Geographical locations mentioned in the Mahabharata to validate (already validated, I am cross checking).

Humayun's Fort, Delhi

Purana Qila

I  had earlier posted an article on Indraprastha, based on the Adi Parva of Mahabharata with comparison to Roman cities.

Purana Qila was built on Inraprastha

Purana Qila, Delhi

In this search I stumbled into an article which had indicated the exact spot where Indraprastha was built in Delhi.

It is the Purana  Qila, The Old Fort of Humayun,

The Fort was mentioned by Abdul Fazil in Ain-I-Akbari.

“A book called the Ain-I-Akbari by Abul Fazl was written in the sixteenth century during the region of the Mughal emperor Akbar. It says that Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandavas, the heroes of the Mahabharata story, was located at the spot where Humayun built his fort. In fact, till the end of the nineteenth century, there was a village called Indarpat (which sounds very similar to ‘Indraprastha’) inside the fort. Was ancient Indraprastha located here? This is a question that is difficult to answer with a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no.’

Archaeologists carried out excavations at the Purana Qila from the 1950′s to the 1970′s. they were interested in finding out how old this site was, and to find out whether or not it could be identified with ancient Indraprastha. The excavations showed that the Purana Qila was indeed a very old site. Archaeologists found that the settlement had many phases dating from about the fourth century B.C. (or earlier) to the nineteenth century A.D.. Pieces of old pottery known as Painted Grey Ware (PGW for short) were also found here and there, and this suggested that people may have lived at some spot in or around the Purana Qila from about 1000 B.C. onwards.

Why don’t we know for sure whether ancient Indraprastha was located on the spot where the Purana Qila stands?
There are several reasons for this. First of all, we are not sure whether the Mahabharata is purely a legend, or whether it is a legend based on events that actually happened. Secondly, even in some of the events and people mentioned in the story were real, the evidence from the excavations at the Purana Qila really doesn’t tell us about these events or people. What is does tell us is that there was a very old settlement at or near the Purana Qila perhaps from about 1000 B.C. onwards.’

The article goes on to state that it can not confirmed as,

1.We are not sure whether Mahabharata was a fact,

2.There are more layers to be analyzed and

3.The Purana Qila records do not ell us about the people of Mahabharata,( other than the mention by Abdul Fazil.

As to point number 1, The Mahabharata is validated based on the various sites spread throughout the country and in fact in Sri Lanka as well

Please read my posts on these, filed under Hinduism.

So this argument is no longer valid.

2. No doubt the job is difficult to analyze the layers.It needs effort.

As to the fact that there is no mention of the people of Mahabharata in Purana Qila information, you do not expect the invaders to record the conquered nation’s History.

One should be thankful to Abdul fazil for mentioning this fact in Ain_I_Akbari.

“Here is a table showing the seven layers or periods identified by archaeologists at the Purana Qila. Different sorts of artifacts were found at the different levels. Remember that the older layers are found at the bottom of a site, and the upper layers are more recent. Think of these archaeological levels as different floors in a seven-storeyed building. As you travel in a lift from the ground floor to the seventh floor, you are traveling forward in time, from earlier to more recent periods..

Source:

http://www.4to40.com/travel/print.asp?p=The_Purana_Qila_in_Delhi&k=Mahabharata

 

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Americas The Patala Of Hinduism Mayas Hindus

In Hinduism on February 28, 2014 at 17:50

I read an interesting article while researching for proof on the Vedic India encompassed the entire world.

I have posted quite a few articles on the Ancient Kingdoms of India with Time line,names,The Dynasties List and the existing archeological proof for the statement that Bharatvarsha extended throughout the world.

Kanchi Periyavar mentions this fact in the Book Deivathin Kural in Tamil( Free download of the Book is available in this site),with astonishing evidence from the Vedic Texts.

The Mayan civilization as well as the Egyptian Civilizations often intrigued me.

Their method of worship of the Sun, the reverence for the Dead and some cultural practices are very close to Hinduism.

Now on to this information in the article.

Patala Loka

Patala, Hinduism

Hindus Conception of World

The World as described in the Purans

“The Vedas tell a number of valid facts about ancient America . They call Mexico and Central America Patala. In Sanskrit, Patala means ‘one of the seven regions under the earth and the abode of serpents’ According to the myths, an eagle named Garuda transported thousands of ancient mariners, called snakes (Nagas, there in its beak. Although I feel they came here in ocean-going ships, the implication is clear that they could have flown here as well. The legends of the O’odhams of Arizona describe such a sky-born ship. They call it Nah-Big, a term definitely derived from the Sanskrit Nag-Bhaga or Snake God. One cannot help but become impressed when he reads the O’odham stories of the Nah-Big. It is clear that it was some kind of flying ship. The O’odhams even speak of it as being propelled by an energy generator having positive (male) and (female) female poles…

In the Mayan-derived dialects along Mexico’s northern east coast down to and including the Central America republics, Patal means ‘abandoned or deserted land; without people.’

Naga-like derivatives also exist in Mexico . In Sanskrit, Nag-asta means Western Naga Land . The Mayan lowlands down to and including Costa Rica are called Nacaste.

According to Hindu legends, a naga could turn into a human being. In Mexico, a nagual was a were-animal. Nagual derived from the Sanskrit Nag-Baal, meaning Snake Demon…

The Hindu Naga Mayas also belonged to a powerful Dravidian group of Nagas called Asuras. Whether or not the Asuras were demi-gods or demons depended on one’s point of view. The leader of these Naga Asuras was the Hindu (really a Bulgarian) god of precious metals, wealth, traders and even agriculturists (really a group) named Kubera or Khyber (Kheever). For Christians and Jews he was Heber. This Kubera, Khyber, or Heber was leader of a horde called Yakshas or Yakhas (Biblical Joktan?). They were reputed to be both superior mentally and materially. Their servants were called Guhyakhas (Yakha shit). Today, in Judaism, which evolved from the Kubera teachings, the term has changed to Goy, but the meaning has never changed. The Kubera hordes, composed of Yakshas or Yakhas and their Guyakha underclass captured most of India’s undesirables, the unredeemably savage and cannibilistic Rakshasas, exiling them to Ceylon or Lanka. Later, they exiled them to Patala, supposedly in air ships.

The Mayas had their own nation in Lanka, also named Maya, with a sub-group called Laks (Mexico’s Lacandones). It is a strange anomaly that Rama, Lenka (Lanka), and Lacandon Mayan peoples exist in Meso-America, including the inhabitants of Yucatan (Yakhustan; Joktan?)…

In India, many Hindus love to mention them as a superior race of people who came to them from Uttara Kuru ( Siberia and the North Pole). Yet, the Kurus (Ari) and Ramas were just the Indian people themselves who once inhabited the whole of the Eastern Hemisphere — Kurus the north, and Ramas, the Indian sub continent itself. In the mythologies of all the world, the Kurus (Turks) and the Hindus (Ramas) are the Holy Twins. Although both groups were partners (twins) in international trading, the Kurus (Turks) provided the shipping and the Ramas their services as warrior traders. The Ramas were ferocious warriors, just as they were described in the Mahabharata.

It just so happens that the Carib (Cariva) Indians of the Caribbean islands claimed that their creator gods were the Kuru Rumani. The Mexicans will tell you that the state of Veracruz derives its name from Ver a Cruz (Seeing at a Cross), but such a name is preposterous for a variety of reasons. The people of Vera Cruz are really descendants of Carib Indians, called Vira–Kurus (Hero Kurus). Emperor Moctezuma of Mexico himself told the Spaniards that the Mexican royal family descended from a ruling eastern caste called Colhua, the only way the Aztecs could pronounce Kaurava.

I could provide almost an infinity of evidence to validate my claim that the Kurus and Ramas (Aryans and sub-continent Hindus) first colonized the Americas , but that’s not necessary. What I have to say in the last part of this article is sufficient unto itself.

The Hindus of antiquity had an ancient astro-geographical map with four lotus petals pointing in the cardinal directions, called Mt. Meru (the world mountain). The point of the left petal fell on a seaport called Ketumala or Chetumala. Both pronunciations were used. The lower center petal was Jambudvipa (subcontinent India ).”

More at:

http://www.viewzone.com/gene.india.html

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