Virochana Prahlads Son Incas Peru Founder Tamil Connection?


The Sananatana Dharma Inca Connection seems to be vaidated by new facts .

Incas civilization flourished  during middle ages.

‘The Inca Empire (Quechua: Tawantinsuyu, lit. “The Four Regions also known as the Incan Empire and the Inka Empire, was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America, and possibly the largest empire in the world in the early 16th century.[4] The administrative, political and military center of the empire was located in Cusco in modern-day Peru. The Inca civilization arose from the highlands of Peru sometime in the early 13th century. Its was conquered by the Spanish in 1572..’

But the religious beliefs and culture seem to indicate a much earlier date.

‘Viracocha of South America tradition, is the great creator deity in the pre-Inca and Inca mythology in the Andes region of South America. Full name and some spelling alternatives are Wiracocha……

Incas of Peru artifact image
gold cup such as this may lie among the thousands of priceless items thought to make up the mythical lost Inca gold. This fabled treasure, part of an exorbitant ransom for the imprisoned Inca leader Atahualpa, was supposedly hidden in the 16th century when the Inca learned Atahualpa had already been put to death by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro. Image credit. National Geographic

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inca_Empire

Virococha ,Chief God of Incas.

He reminds of Indra,the Chief of Devas.

Like Indra Viracocha wields Thunderbolt and the chief Deity among the Incas, pre-Inca Pantheon.

According to Puranas Indra and Virochana both studied under Prajapathi.

While Indra advocated the worship of the Atman, The Self as the goal of Life, Virochana worshiped Sarira, the Human Body.

Hence he was not considered as a Deva in Sanatna Dharma, though his story is narrated in the Puranas and the Ramayana.

In the Valmiki Ramayan of India, Virochana (Sanskrit: विरोचन), was the first great Asura king with supernatural powers. (Asuras were power seeking deities). The Upanishads say that Virochana and Lord Indra together were taught at the feet of Prajapati. However, contrary to what he was taught, Virochana preached the Asuras to worship the ‘sharira’ (body) instead of the ‘atman’ (absolute consciousness)…

Scholars say today, the megaliths of South America, such as the Temple of ‘Kalasasaya’ (which houses an idol of Viracocha) in Bolivia, could not have been made without alien help.

Investigations in Assyrian mythology prove the existence of a tradition in Assyrian history of such a king called Berosus – a distortion of Virochana and Viracocha – as it has often been reiterated ‘b’ and ‘v’ are commutable. According to Swami Vivekananda “the western nations are the children of the great hero Virochana.” (Source: Talks with Vivekananda: Publisher- Advaita Ashram, Mayavati, Himalayas, January 1939.)’

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2015/06/09/indra-in-incas-peru-viracocha-ramayana-upanishad/

Incas of Peru celebrate Makara Sankarathi The Tamil Way

Thith’s lake is found in South America

Bhogar, a Siddha seems to have designed a Vimana (aircraft) in South America.

Now it may be noted that King Virocha,an Asura,,Grandson of Hiranyakasipu,son of Prahlada and father of Mahablai seems to have moved to Latin America long back or conquered the land and spread Sanatana Dharma.

Shiva is credited with the founding of the Tamil Language and reported to have presided over the First Tamil Poets’ Conclave in Thenmadurai,which was in Lemuria.

For more on this line of thought please check my articles on Lemuria,Shiva.

Being devotees of Shiva and Asuras the Hiranyakasipu clan might have moved or conquered Latin America from the Dravida Desa(south).

Only this can account for the Tamil Practices and Sanatana Dharma being practiced by the Incas.

This fusion of Tamil and Sanatana Dharma is unique.

The artifacts found in Peru,Paraguay resemble Ancient Indian ornaments.

And there is this treasure of the Incas which is being hunted by the bounty hunters.

The term Asura means one who is powerful.

‘Asuras are described in Indian texts as powerful superhuman demigods or demons with good or bad qualities. The good Asuras are called Adityas and are led by Varuna, while the malevolent ones are called Danavas and are led by Vritra’

Asura is used as an adjective meaning “powerful” or “mighty”. In the Rigveda, two generous kings, as well as some priests, have been described as asuras. One hymn requests a son who is an asura. In nine hymns, Indra is described as asura. Five times, he is said to possess asurya, and once he is said to possess asuratva. Agni has total of 12 asura descriptions, Varuna has 10, Mitra has eight, and Rudra has six. Bhargava gives a count of the word usage for every Vedic deity.[citation needed] The Book 1 of Rig Veda describes Savit

Asura is used as an adjective meaning “powerful” or “mighty”. In the Rigveda, two generous kings, as well as some priests, have been described as asuras. One hymn requests a son who is an asura. In nine hymns, Indra is described as asura. Five times, he is said to possess asurya, and once he is said to possess asuratva. Agni has total of 12 asura descriptions, Varuna has 10, Mitra has eight, and Rudra has six. Bhargava gives a count of the word usage for every Vedic deity.The Book 1 of Rig Veda describes Savitr (Vedic solar deity) as an Asura who is a “kind leader”.

हिरण्यहस्तो असुरः सुनीथः सुमृळीकः स्ववाँ यात्वर्वाङ् ।
अपसेधन्रक्षसो यातुधानानस्थाद्देवः प्रतिदोषं गृणानः ॥१०॥[9]

May he, gold-handed Asura, kind leader, come hither to us with his help and favour.
Driving off Raksasas and Yatudhanas, [he] the god is present, praised in hymns at evening.
– Translated by Ralph Griffith[8]

r (Vedic solar deity) as an Asura who is a “kind leader,

हिरण्यहस्तो असुरः सुनीथः सुमृळीकः स्ववाँ यात्वर्वाङ् ।
अपसेधन्रक्षसो यातुधानानस्थाद्देवः प्रतिदोषं गृणानः ॥१०॥[9]

May he, gold-handed Asura, kind leader, come hither to us with his help and favour.
Driving off Raksasas and Yatudhanas, [he] the god is present, praised in hymns at evening.
– Translated by Ralph Griffith[8]

(Wiki)

The Asuras are assigned the South of Vidhya Mountains in Central India and were considered as Dravidas ,people from the South.

Ravana is considered to be from the South,so is Mahabali who is believed to come ever year to south to see his subjects and this event is celebrated as Onam in Kerala in South India.

Lord Rama’s ancestor was from the south.

Vaivaswatha Manu, ancestor of Rama meditated in Madagascar.

Please read my articles on this.

The Hiranyakasipu dynasty ruled much before Ramayana.

Narasimha Avatar is reported at Ahobilam in Andhra Pradesh where 12 Narasimhas are found in Ahobilam,near Kurnool/Nandyala,Andhra Pradesh.

After Hiranyakasipu ,his son Prahlada ruled ,followed by Virochana.

Prahlada was born near Multan, now in Pakistan.

His son Virochana seems to have either conquered or moved to South and had a som Mahabali.

Virochana seems to have adopted Dravidian Culture,though aligned to Sanatana Dharma differed in some issues,mainly in respect of worship of Shiva.

Shiva worship seems to have preceded Vedic period and it is in evidence in ancient Classic Tamil Literature.

Shiva worship had a different aspect in the south where He was considered the Prime Deity and the system of worship was unique  as Advaita advocated by Shankaracharya later.

Shiva was worshiped as a Yogi and was considered as the First Siddha to be followed by Agastya,Bhogar and others.

Shiva seems to have been a human being who realized Brahman through Siddha practices.

During the Great Flood He seems to have moved towards the west of India,with His son Ganesha before reaching Arctic where the Vedas were compiled.

Vasishta seems to have accompanied him.

And Subrahmanya,called Karthikeya in the North and Murugan in the South moved towards Australia,establishing Sanatana Dharma.

This could be the reason for the overwhelming presence of Shiva and Murugan worship starting from Indonesia to Australia where the Australian tribes perform Shiva’s Trinetra Dance,Third Eye Dance even today.

However the Hiranyakasipu clan seem to have moved towards what is presently known as Latin America.

It may be noted that the Asuras in general worshiped Shiva from Hiranyakasipu to Ravana barring a few exceptions like Prahlada.

Shiva is credited with the founding of the Tamil Language and reported to have presided over the First Tamil Poets’ Conclave in Thenmadurai,which was in Lemuria.

For more on this line of thought please check my articles on Lemuria,Shiva.

Being devotees of Shiva and Asuras the Hiranyakasipu clan might have moved or conquered Latin America from the Dravida Desa(south).

Only this can account for the Tamil Practices and Sanatana Dharma being practiced by the Incas.

This fusion of Tamil and Sanatana Dharma is unique.

The artifacts found in Peru,Paraguay resemble Ancient Indian ornaments.

And there is this treasure of the Incas which is being hunted by the bounty hunters.

This treasure seems to have been cursed;though people have been recovering a few pieces they have not recovered the treasure yet.

Part of the artifact recovered indicate ancient Indian presence.

Please watch Incas Treasure Hunt in Discovery Channel.

 

The legend begins in the 16th century, when the great Inca Empire in western South America was giving way to European invaders. Atahualpa was an Inca king who, after warring with his half-brother, Huáscar, for control of the empire, was captured at his palace in Cajamarca in modern-day Peru by Spanish commander Francisco Pizarro.

Pizarro agreed to release Atahualpa in return for a roomful of gold, but the Spaniard later reneged on the deal. He had the Inca king put to death before the last and largest part of the ransom had been delivered. Instead, the story goes, the gold was buried in a secret mountain cave. And there the legend has remained, daring others to prove it.

The shadowy guide of those who have tried is Valverde, a Spaniard who some 50 years after Atahualpa’s death is said to have become rich after being led to the gold by his Indian bride’s family. When he died, he left written directions to its location, the so-called Derrotero de Valverde.

The gold trail went cold until the 1850s, when English botanist Richard Spruce traveled to Ecuador in search of the cinchona tree, the seeds of which were used to produce the antimalarial drug quinine. Spruce, when he finally returned to Britain, reported that he had uncovered Valverde’s guide and a related map, made by a man named Atanasio Guzman.

‘Golden Vases Full of Emeralds’

Treasure seeker Barth Blake followed up Spruce’s discovery in 1886. If his writings are to be believed, Blake was the last person to find the gold. In one letter he wrote: “There are thousands of gold and silver pieces of Inca and pre-Inca handicraft, the most beautiful goldsmith works you are not able to imagine.” He detailed life-size human figurines, birds and other animals, flowers, and cornstalks, as well as “the most incredible jewelry” and “golden vases full of emeralds.” But, Blake claimed, “I could not remove it alone, nor could thousands of men.”

Taking only what he could carry, Blake left and never returned. Sources suggest that en route to New York, where he planned to raise funds for an expedition to recover his prize, he disappeared overboard. Some say he was pushed deliberately. Many who have since attempted to retrace his steps into the treacherous Llanganates have also paid with their lives.’

Lost Inca Gold  National Geographic.

On Viroacha.

It was believed that human beings were actually Viracocha’s second attempt at living creatures as he first created a race of giants from stone in the age of darkness. However, these giants proved unruly and it became necessary for Viracocha to punish them by sending a great flood. In the legend all these giants except two then returned to their original stone form and several could still be seen in much later times standing imposingly at sites such as Tiahuanaco (also known as Tiwanaku) and Pukará.

AS THE SUPREME PAN-ANDEAN CREATOR GOD, OMNIPRESENT VIRACOCHA WAS MOST OFTEN REFERRED TO BY THE INCA USING DESCRIPTIONS OF HIS VARIOUS FUNCTIONS.

Then Viracocha created men and women but this time he used clay. He also gave them such gifts as clothes, language, agriculture and the arts and then created all animals. Even more useful was Viracocha’s decision to create the sun, moon and stars and so bring light to the world. These heavenly bodies were created from islands in Lake Titicaca. Finished, and no doubt highly satisfied with his labours, Viracocha then set off to spread his civilizing knowledge around the world and for this he dressed as a beggar and assumed such names as Con Ticci Viracocha (also spelt Kon-Tiki), Atun-Viracocha and Contiti Viracocha Pachayachachic. He was assissted on his travels by two sons or brothers called Imaymana Viracocha and Tocapo Viracocha. The god was not always well received despite the knowledge he imparted, sometimes even suffering stones thrown at him. Ending up at Manta (in Ecuador), Viracocha then walked across the waters of the Pacific (in some versions he sails a raft) heading into the west but promising to return one day to the Inca and the site of his greatest works.’

http://www.ancient.eu/Viracocha

 

 

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