The archetype of the Earth Diver is
Vishnu, in his Boar avatar (Varaha
). The one of the Fallen Sun is,
again, derived from a Hindu archetype; that of Vishvasvat, the Sun, and
his many aliases. Both of these Cosmogonic motifs date from Vedic times
in India, and there can be no question of Hindu precedence.
As we said above, the Navajos
learnt their Mystery Religion from Pueblo Indians such as the Zuñi
of New Mexico. The Zuñi in turn relate to the Aztecs and the Mayas
of Mexico, whose advanced civilization is well-known. This diffusion of
civilization can be traced further back to the Incas of Peru and, across
the Pacific Ocean, all the way to Indonesia and to India.
The Pueblos and the Architecture
of Çatal Huyuk
It is sufficient to compare
pueblo constructions of the Pueblo Indians with those
of Çatal Huyuk, in Anatolia, or those of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro,
to conclude that they were undoubtedly built (or designed) by the one and
same people (see Fig.1 below). The
pueblos are, like their Old World
counterparts, a sort of human "beehive" in which the individual apartments
form "cells" destitute of doors and windows.
The only access is through
the roof, by means of a manhole and ladder. In case of attack, the ladders
could be withdrawn, and the "city" became an impregnable fortress. Çatal
Huyuk has been dated at 9,000 years ago, and is one of the oldest known
cities. Burial methods, the advanced agriculture, bull-worship and the
cult of the Great Mother, and several other similarities further testify
to an ancient connection among these distant sites.
Indeed, the sun-dried mud
bricks fired when firewood was available lead us to think of Adam,
made of the same stuff. Zuñi mythology depicts their ancestors actually
emerging from the underground mud in Paradise and immigrating to their
Atlantis, Eden and the Seven Golden
Cities of Cibola
The Pueblos were early associated
by the Spaniards with the Seven Golden Cities of Cibola and with the legend
of the Eldorado. And these are, as we argue elsewhere, the same as the
Seven Islands of the Blest, which are no other than the sunken Eden of
the Judeo-Christians. The name of the Golden Cities of Cibola very obviously
came from the Dravida
civ-pola, meaning "golden city" or, yet, "city
of the reds". It is interesting to note that "Reds" or "Golden" are usual
epithets of the Atlanteans. Adam too was a "Red", that is, a Chamite, as
his name (means "red") unequivocally indicates.
Moreover, the number seven
attached to the cities of Cibola is also the one of the Isles of the Blest
and similar sunken realms of the ancients. In fact, the number alludes
to the seven great islands of Indonesia: Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Celebes,
Philippines, New Guinea and the Malay Peninsula, which the ancients counted
as an island.
recall that the fundamental rule of the science of symbolism is that
a symbol or a convention cannot be invoked to explain the origin of
another symbol, for this just transfers the problem. So, the sacredness
of the number
the holiest number of the Hindus can only derive from their seven
Dvipas or Paradises, that is, from precisely the above islands. Can
you think of another sacred seven that is not purely conventional
The Spaniards mistook the
Americas which they later called West Indies for the East Indies, which
they knew to be the site of Paradise and, hence, of the fabled Seven Golden
Cities of Cibola. Cibola, "the Golden City", is just one of the many names
of Lemurian Atlantis. The name of "Seven Golden Cities" or "Seven Golden
Islands" was applied by the ancients to the Indonesian islands, and to
no other place. This name is indeed a translation of the Sanskrit
which gave the Greek
Chryse Chersonesos and the Latin
all meaning the same thing as "Golden City" or "Golden Island".
The Twins and the Great Mother
The Navajos trace descent
through the mother, and their families centers around the grandmother.
This is another evidence of their cult of the Great Mother, which is a
feature of Dravidian Hinduism. The Navajo rites, chants and dances are
based entirely on the characters, incidents and places of their mythology
and ritual designs. The dancers wear masks and dresses according to exacting
standards, and impersonate the gods and heroes (Kachina) of their
Foremost among these ancestral
heroes of the Navajos are the Twins, the sons of Sun and Earth-Mother.
These Twins are also called "Little War-Gods", a name which closely evokes
that of the Hindu Ashvin Twins and, more exactly, the two brothers Skanda
and Ganesha, respectively the generalissimos of the gods and of the devils
in Hindu mythology.
The Twins free the earth
from all sorts of monsters, creating order out of the prevalent chaos.