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    They all derive from Hindu traditions, so that the real explanation must be quested there, and nowhere else. Hindu myths are recognizably obscure and difficult to exegetize for they are veiled by allegories and metaphors that often transcend the competence of experts. But their decoding is extremely important, as they embody the secret story of Atlantis, the Sacred History of Mankind. These strange myths and legends are the true source of all our religious traditions. They hold the secret key for the correct interpretation of the Bible and the Gospels, as well as of the eschatological mysteries of our sacred traditions.

    The Wars of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana

    The comparison we just made of the revelations of Hesiod, of Plato, and of Genesis disclosed the identify of the different traditions and their derivation from Indian sources. The idea that evil women pervert the virtuous Sons of God pervades the whole of Hindu mythology, as well as Indian ethics and morals. The caste system dates from the times of Manu, precisely the Indian Noah, the patriarch of the present generation of men.

    The Laws of Manu prescribe a rigid sexual segregation of the upper castes (the dvijas) and the lower ones (the sudras). The idea is to preserve racial purity and avoid contamination by the impure, defiled women of the lower castes. By far the most effective weapon used by the evil devils to corrupt the virtuous Sons of God is women.

    Woman is the root of all evil in the racist, prudish-oriented Aryan aristocracy of ancient India from whom we inherited the bad habit. Such is particularly the case of the seductive nymphs such as the nagis and the apsaras who are often used for the purpose by the devils. The majestic Mahabharata opens with the seduction of the virtuous king, Santanu, by the charming apsara Ganga, a personification of the Ganges, or rather, its nymph. Such was the root of all evils which led to the great war that gave its name to the marvellous book, one of the supreme masterworks of Humanity.


    The Battle of the Solar and the Lunar Races

    The Mahabharata tells of the battle of the Lunar races against the Solar one. The two races are the Kurus and the Pandus. The two enemies are cousins or, rather, half-brothers, descended from a single father and two different mothers.7

    In the Ramayana the marvelous book which describes the other great war of the ancients the two lines of Lunars and Solars again contend for power, in the persons of Rama and Bharata. Rama, also called Ramachandra, is a Lunar (Chandra), whereas Bharata is a Solar. Rama was the rightful successor to the throne, as the eldest son of King Dasharatha.

    But Kaikeyi, the mother of Bharata, tricked the king into promising the throne to her own son with him. Rama went into exile and eventually fought and defeated Ravana, the evil king of Lanka, who had kidnapped his wife.8

    On his return to Ayodhya, the capital of the empire, Bharata restored the reign to Ramachandra, who became its rightful ruler. As we see, the two great "World Wars" of Hindu myths were of Solars against Lunars. They ultimately arose because both lines had a claim to the kingship as the result of the fact that a former king had had affairs with women of both castes.

    The Greeks too spoke of two similar wars: that of Troy and that of Thebes. These mythical wars closely correspond to the Hindu ones just mentioned. The fact that the Greek sagas were copied from the Indian ones is visible in that they can be matched synoptically to an extraordinary degree. The Hindu traditions are immensely older and far more real than the purely mythical ones of the Greeks. In fact, the Hindu traditions tell of real events, magnified by mythification, in contrast to the Greek ones, which are purely fabulous.


    The Mythical Wars Are Real Wars

    As we just said, the two great wars of the Hindus, told in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, seem to be based on historical fact, rather than on sheer fiction. As we show in detail in our book on Atlantis, these sacred traditions are the relations of the two parties in the Great War of Atlantis. Moreover, they led to the demise of the two great civilizations, the Golden and the Silver ones which, both, seem to have ended in the global cataclysm of the Flood. The Golden and the Silver Races are the same as the Solar and the Lunar ones. They also correspond to what Plato called the "Greeks" and the "Atlanteans" in his famous dialogues on the legend of Atlantis.

    Essentially all mythologies speak of similar wars between Blacks (or Reds) and Whites (or Yellows) or between Angels and Devils, Devas and Asuras, Daevas and Ahuras, the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness, Gods and Titans, etc., etc.. More than fiction, we always find that the ancient nations were organized in two moieties, one Black (or Red), the other White (or Yellow). This is essentially the same arrangement of castes that we had in Atlantis, and also corresponds to the two parties of the Atlantean war.

    For instance, Egypt was unified by a "Greek" (Menes) from two originally distinct realms: Upper and Lower Egypt. One was White and the other Red (or Dark), as represented in their double crowns. Mesopotamia was originally ruled by the dark-headed Sumerians. But later rulers were of Semitic, Lunar stock (Assyrians). Israel and Juda were opposed, the first Lunar, the second Solar.





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