Fifth Level of Learning, Paper 1: Hindu Cosmology

by Wes Penre, Written on Saturday, May 17, 2014 
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2015
Edited by Professor Bob Stannard

I. Did ETs Transcribe the Vedic Texts?

Hopefully, the reader has by now read the “Introducing the Fifth Level of Learning: Important Overview,” and if you have not, I strongly recommend that you go back and read it first before you start with this one—I am just too familiar with how many of us have a tendency to not read, or just skim through, anything called “Introduction,” “Prologue,” or “Forewords.” This can sometimes be a big mistake because we miss out on important information. In this case, you will. That said, let us begin our interesting journey through the Hindu universe.

These papers are not meant to be a major education in Vedic mythology, but we need to get some elementary knowledge on this huge subject called the Hindu religion before we get more to the point. I will try my best to keep it as simple as I possibly can but at the same time keep it on a level advanced enough to get the message through. I am aware that there are a lot of names, concepts, terms, Sanskrit words, and so on, to keep track of, which can make it extremely confusing if I am not careful and perceptive enough to constantly be aware of this, and therefore, I will only submit what is absolutely necessary.

Although I said that I’ll keep it simple, the readers will eventually find themselves becoming quite knowledgeable in the Vedic texts; nonetheless, the reason for this is that I will sweep away the complexities as we go along, and when we’re done, only the backbone will be left, and this backbone is all that is needed to get a really good comparison with the other religions, such as those described in the Sumerian tablets and in Egyptian mythology. We have already touched on Sumer, Greece, and Rome, but the connection between the deities across these ancient texts will be very obvious once we get a clearer picture of the stories in the Vedic texts. We will see that they tell the same story about the Cosmic Wars, the conflicts between the cosmic families, and the entrapments and enslavement of humankind. I am sure the reader will find it as fascinating as I did when I found out about it. After you have completed the Fifth Level of Learning, you will have no doubt that what I’ve tried to convey in this series of papers is a very plausible hypothesis of human history.

I am fully aware that we live in a multidimensional Multiverse, which consists of numerous different timelines, and what I have been exposing in the Wes Penre Papers is a merge into only one of multiple probabilities, which to some degree are all true and valid, albeit they may differ slightly from each other. My purpose, however, is not to be “exact,” by saying that “this is how it is, and there are no other ways of looking at it.” That’s not the case at all. BUT, what I dare say is that the “compilation of timelines,” if we want to call it that, which I have carefully studied and from which I created this apparent straight third dimensional (3-D) timeline, is real enough to tell the history of Planet Earth and some of the cosmic events , in a way that they reflect accurately what has led up to the events in today’s world on this “main timeline,” which we all more or less share. I am certainly not the only one who has dedicated my life trying to accomplish this to the best of our abilities, and I am grateful for everybody else’s attempts because it is extremely important that we get our human history as straight as we can, and we shouldn’t give up until we get it as correct as it’s possible. I hope I have contributed to that in some way.

There is one more thing I want to add to this before we move on. When I say “straight timeline,” it’s a big compromise. I have tried to choose a version of our 3-D reality, which will best help us in today’s world and in the near future. The Multiverse is, as explained earlier, very fluid and non-linear (think “dream state” here), and there are many versions of our past. This is hard to grasp with our current neurological system, but if I take the example with the Great Pyramids, it may give a clue to what I mean to convey. Many researchers have tried to figure out how, and when, they were built, but if we are really multidimensional in our thinking now, it’s quite impossible to say, simply because time is not linear, except in our manipulated minds. The further back in history we go, the more impossible it becomes to make exact statements regarding when certain events happened, and how they happened. There are several versions of it. If this doesn’t make sense at the moment—don’t worry. I have a hard time to completely wrap my head around it too. If it’s too confusing, just try to keep an open mind to it. In the very near future, it will be easier to grasp.

Anyway, I have tried to tackle this from different angles—thus, the slightly different versions of our cosmic past throughout the papers. These versions, I believe, are all necessary to consider in order to grasp a fuller picture, and they all lead to the version of present time that is most worthwhile to address. This is because it gives us the options we need in order to build a future that potentially can be prosperous for most of us. Still, it’s up to each and every one of us what we make out of this and how well we succeed in building our future together without being manipulated from outside. This, too, can only be addressed by looking inside ourselves for the answers. The manipulators are here still for one, and only one, reason—because we let them!

The following is a very subjective statement, but I think the Vedic texts are the most interesting of all the ancient scriptures in which I have partaken. The reader may, or may not, agree with me, but either way, they hold a very important key to the history of our planet, and that of the human race, as we shall see.

The reader may remember from previous levels of learning that the Sumerian “gods” used scribes, who wrote down our supposed history in cuneiform—usually on clay tablets. All the scribes were doing was to write down exactly what the gods told them to record. The gods we were talking about then were Lord and his son, Lord Marduk—they were the ones who dictated what was planned to be our history. In this fashion, the entire Enûma Eliš (the Babylonian Creation Story) was being recorded. However, we talked very little about the scribes themselves. Who were they? Were they even human, or were they extraterrestrials as well, just as and Marduk?

If we look at what was exposed in the earlier levels of learning, I would suggest that some of the scribes were humans, while others were possibly of the Elite hybrid race, which created, and who became his most important Minions here on Earth because they were of’s bloodline. This means that they had more of his blood in their veins than humanity in general, and they are what we today call the Global Elite, theIlluminati, and the Shadow Government, just to name a few. Of course, these scribes had to be loyal to the gods even though they could see that not all of what was dictated to them was true. Perhaps some of these scribes were eliminated afterward to avoid that they wrote down the true stories in secret, unbeknownst to the gods.

The Hindu gods also had their scribes, of course, and in the Vedic texts they are called Rishis, and sometimes Sages, although we will make more of a distinction between the two later on. For now, I will use both terms interchangeably. Interestingly enough, it says in the Vedic texts that the Rishis were “fishlike beings,” meaning they were aquatic in nature. Where have we heard that before? We discussed the extraterrestrial aquatic tribe to quite some extent in Level IV, as the reader may recall, originating from Sirius. If we go with the Vedic version, I suggest that the scribes were actually extraterrestrials. It’s also easy to see where they had their loyalty, as they are “regarded in the Vedas as the patriarchs of the Vedic religion [my emphasis].”[1]  

Moreover, the Brāhmaṇas tells us that there are seven main Sages (Rishis),[2] and the Vedas even tell us from where they originate. The seven sages are said to come from the Big Dipper, also called the Bear Constellation(Ursa Major).[3] Again, this is an asterism we discussed a lot in Level IV as being one of the asterisms where some of the AIF races became situated after they had occupied parts of the constellation during the Cosmic Wars. Maybe the reader starts to see what I mean when I say that the Vedas are very important in order to get our history straight.

There is more, however. Not only do the texts tell us that the Rishis come from Ursa Major, but they also give us the names of the seven Rishis, and from which star in the constellation that each Rishi comes from. Therefore, just for curiosity’s sake:

1.      Kratu comes from Dubhe (alpha Ursa Major)

2.      Pulaha comes from Merak (beta Ursa Major)

3.      Pulastya comes from Phecda (gamma Ursa Major)

4.      Atri comes from Megrez (delta Ursa Major)

5.      Angiras comes from Alioth (epsilon Ursa Major)

6.      Vashista comes from Mizar (zeta Ursa Major)

7.      Bhrigu comes from Alkaid (eta Ursa Major)[4]

As we know, the Big Dipper consists of seven stars, which are the ones mentioned in the list above. To the gods, the Big Dipper is a very important constellation, and from what it seems, they wanted one scribe (Rishi/Sage) from each star in this particular asterism. Also keep in mind that we, as 3-D beings, are lacking knowledge about how the Universe is constructed and where intelligent life forms are residing—we bluntly think that all intelligent beings live on planets, just like we do. As we discussed in Level IV, this is not necessarily true—many beings live in space, but also in and upon the stars themselves. We look up in the sky and see this burning ball of fire, which is our sun/star, and we have the impression that it is extremely hot—hot enough to warm up our planet and make life possible here. This may be true, as far as third dimension goes, but who is to say that the stars are perceived the same in other dimensions? We call beings from other worlds extraterrestrials or aliens, but sometimes we also call them star beings, interestingly enough. The latter is a more accurate term to describe many of them—they live in the stars, and they were born in the stars. We need to understand that beings from other dimensions don’t have our solid, but at the same time quite fragile, physical body, and to them, the Sun may not seem hot at all, as well as Earth does not seem too hot for humans to live on. I am not saying for sure that these Rishis all live in their star, respectively—they may very well live on planets orbiting the star mentioned in the list—but it could be either way. The Vedas are describing this phenomenon as well, just as I did in Level IV, so we will look into this some more later in this paper.   

Fig. 1. Ursa Major (Big Dipper), with the stars mentioned in the list being pointed out

It should be mentioned here as well that the names of the seven Rishis changed over time, and in later versions of the scriptures, the above names were substituted with others. Perhaps the Rishis did not just change their names—they may perhaps have been exchanged altogether—I don’t know. One Rishi that is not mentioned in the above list is Kaśyapa—a name the reader will be quite familiar with in upcoming papers. For now, I just want to mention him, so you can keep his name in the back of your head.

Just for the records—I said earlier that there were seven Rishis, but it really depends on which Vedic scripture we are using. The Brāhmaṇas, as I mentioned, talk about seven Rishis, but other scriptures talk about a larger number than that—even female Rishis are mentioned.     

Fig 2. To the left, a picture of one of the fish-like beings  described both in 
Sumerian texts and in Vedic literature. Here with a pine cone in his hand, 
representing the Pineal Gland, or the “Third Eye.”

The Rishis correspond with some of’s chosen Minions, or “Fallen Angels,” who followed him to Earth from different star systems, and in this case, it was Ursa Major.  

The Sumerian texts describe how was teaching mankind certain important traits in order to build a culture, which he had planned and designed. The Rishis were’s High Priests, whom I also wrote about in Level IV and were mentioned in the Sumerian texts. These beings helped with educating mankind, and they were also advisors to kings. Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia, mentioning this:

Quote #1: The Apkallu (Akkadian) or Abgal, (Sumerian) are seven Sumerian sages, demigods who are said to have been created by the god Enki (Akkadian: Ea) to establish culture and give civilization to mankind. They served as priests of Enki and as advisors or sages to the earliest “kings” or rulers of Sumer before the flood. They are credited with giving mankind the Me (moral code), the crafts, and the arts. They were seen as fish-like men who emerged from the sweet water Abzu. They are commonly represented as having the lower torso of a fish, or dressed as a fish.[5]

Once more, we have them described as fish-like beings, and the reader may also remember the Sirian  Nommo race from Level IV.[6] Although many sources indicate that these beings actually come from Sirius, which I consider being partially correct, we need to remember that star races and star beings migrate constantly to other star systems. The Vedic texts tell us that the seven rishis resided in Ursa Major—the Big Dipper—at the time when these particular Vedic texts were written, and this, I believe, is true. It makes sense that let his High Priests migrate from Sirius to Ursa Major—particularly as the Sirius system quickly became an unstable and dangerous place to reside in because of heavy ongoing wars.

Fig 3. Oannes coming up from the sea to teach humans about agriculture and other things.

Also, the reader may remember this fish-like being, who came up from the sea at night and taught humanity certain things, and when the dawn came, he went back into the waters and disappeared under the surface of the ocean. This, of course, relates to himself, who went under many different names and aliases—Neptune and Poseidon, for example, relate to as an aquatic being, and connects him with the realms underneath the ocean. Even today, people see UFOs coming up from beneath the surface of the sea. Witnesses have said that they have even seen UFOs ascending from underneath certain lakes. In Level IV, I told the story that actually made it into the local media in Oregon, where witnesses had seen UFOs fly out of the ocean close to the Oregon coast, only to then quickly disappear up in the air. Barbara Marciniak’s Pleiadians, who admittedly work with, were quick with telling their listeners that these UFOs belonged to’s people, who reside under the ocean floor, and one of their bases is outside Oregon, close to where I happen to live.

We also have the traditions of sailors from all times who have told strange stories from their journeys across the oceans—one such tradition is that of mermaids—beautiful fish-like women with human torsos and tails of a fish. As we can see in the following picture (fig.4), which is a replica from an artifact, thousands of years old, we can see exactly the same kind of beings as the sailors have described, but have been laughed at and discarded as superstition. Perhaps it’s not superstition—after all, the same stories were told back in old Mesopotamia.

Fig. 4. Are these two female-like fish beings actually “mermaids?”

I am not suggesting that these beings looked exactly as they are depicted in the ancient texts—I believe that the artists may have depicted them this way to emphasize their amphibian traits—but it’s obvious that the humans back in those days knew that these star beings were of amphibian heritage. Also, because these beings are interdimensional, they have the ability to transform into our reality in any shape and form they wish—shapeshifting is nothing extraordinary when we are no longer stuck in solid matter.

II. How the Word “KHAA” is Used in Egyptian and Sanskrit Languages     

The KHAA is a very ancient Orion expression, pronounced haaa, where the “a” is pronounced like in “car.” If pronounced correctly, it should sound like an outbreath, which is what the KHAA literally is—it’s the outbreath of the Goddess, according to mythology, and in this outbreath, which still hasn’t stopped, the Universe is created. [7] This is why particles in the Universe are in constant motion. Legend tells us that sometime in a distant future, the Goddess will stop breathing out, and particles will slow down considerably. Then, when She decides to end this experiment called the Universe, she will breathe in, and swallow the entire Universe, which then ceases to exist. A new outbreath will potentially take place, and a new universe will be created.

The word KHAA has then been adopted from the Orion language and used by different ancient cultures here on Earth, and both the Egyptian and the East Indian cultures have the word KHAA in their languages, although it is spelled differently, and in the old Egyptian language, it had another meaning.

In ancient Egypt, the word “Ka” has regularly been translated as “life-force,” for lack of a better English translation. For a while, it was translated as “male potency,”[8] typically enough. However, mostly Ka has been connected with intellectual and spiritual power—i.e. it was the word for “spirit” or “soul.” The Ka was often depicted as two raised arms (fig.5).

Fig. 5. The Ka-statue of king Hor (13th Dynasty). The two upraised arms symbolize the Ka (the soul) of the king.

The Ka, in Egypt, was also associated with dying. The phrase, “going to one’s Ka” is an euphemism of dying.[9]

However, when we go back to the much older Sanskrit language, we get closer to the real meaning of the word KHAA, or Ka.

The excellent, but unfortunately late, researcher into the Vedic texts, Richard. L. Thompson, explains what Ka means in Sanskrit. He puts it in the following context:

Quote #2: […] The first involves mechanical spaceships, and it is called ka-pota-vāyu. Here ka means ether, or space, and pota means ship.[10]

Thompson continues with the following amazing statement:

Quote #3: The second process is called ākāśa-patana. “Just as the mind can fly anywhere one likes without mechanical arrangement, so the ākāśa-patana airplane can fly at the speed of mind.”[11]

Here we can see, without any question, that the information that the mind can travel from A to B across the Universe—even bringing spaceships on the trip—was out in the open when these scriptures were recorded and released. In my paper, I call it nano-travel. This is something that sounds impossible to us humans in our limited state of being, but if we weren’t sitting in this trap, we would be mastering this, perhaps better than most other beings out there—we are designed to be able to do this masterfully.

III. The Vedic Overview of the Multiverse

At a first glance, the Vedic cosmology seems strange and unreal in comparison with our modern view of the Cosmos. However, when we realize that every word and every sentence in the ancient scriptures have several meanings, being written in layers, a totally different view emerges, which has more in common with modern astrophysics than first realized.

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, born in the 15th Century A.C., who is also considered by followers and scholars to be the last Avatar (incarnation) of Lord Kṛṣṇa (Krishna),[12] remarked: “In every verse of Srimad-Bhagavatamand in every syllable, there are various meanings.”[13] This appears to be true, and particularly so when it comes to the creation of the Universes—or multiple universes, actually. These scriptures can clarify some of the meanings with reference to modern astronomy. When this is the case, we can be prepared to encounter contradictions, albeit these contradictions are something the student comes to terms with by taking a deeper look at the texts. Suddenly, the contradictions make sense, and it’s perfectly understandable that they were there in the first place—that’s just how it works. Researcher Richard L. Thompson, the person I mentioned earlier, who dedicated much of his life to studying the Vedas, goes into these contradictions at length, which I am not going to do. I did, however, read what he had to say about them, and I agree with him that these contradictions in fact emerge as a deep and scientifically sophisticated system of thought.

Fig. 6. Krishna floating in the VOID— the Transcendental Water between the universes

Although today’s western civilization is sometimes flabbergasted over the enormous distances in the Universe, and the fantastic time spans involved, this is nothing for the East Indian follower of the Hindu Religion. Already in ancient times, the gods were talking about multiple universes, endless universes, and distances so great that we can’t comprehend them with today’s thinking. Even time in general becomes a much vaster concept when we study the Vedas. When we are talking about thousands, or perhaps millions of years, the Vedas talk about innumerable universes besides our own, and trillions of years are like thousands of years for us.

Interesting also is that the Vedic texts are saying that although the universes are unlimitedly large, they move about like atoms in us. Therefore, we humans are also called unlimited.[14]

The Srimad-Bhagavatam says:

Quote #4: After separating the different universes, the gigantic universal form of the Lord, which came out of the causal ocean, the place of appearance for the first puruṣa-avatāra, entered into each of the separate universes, desiring to lie on the created transcendental water.[15]

This sounds quite similar to what I explained in the Second Level of Learning—how Mother Goddess created the different universes—12 in one “pond”—and then entered into each one of them. This also corresponds with Lord, being the self-proclaimed Lord of the (transcendental) water—the Causal Ocean of Consciousness—after he had hijacked the concept from his mother. More importantly, however, the Vedas mention something that modern spiritual researchers are acknowledging as well—that the whole Universe (perhaps all Creations) are inside of us!

IV. Time and the Yuga Cycles

In the Mayan religion they have their time cycles—a shorter one is 5125 years, and the longer one is almost 26,000 years. The Aztecs had time divided into 52-year cycles, and the destruction of an era always occurred on the last day of such a 52-year cycle. This was the time when they thought the gods might decide to destroy humanity, and therefore, this was when the most important religious event happened in the Aztec community, called the New Fire Ceremony (a few spelling oversights in the quote are corrected).

Quote #5: The fires of all religious alters were put out, and every household destroyed all furniture and belonging and mourned for the world. On the final day the priests [went] to a crater in the Valley of Mexico called the Hill of the Star, and waited to see if the constellation of Pleiades would appear. If it appeared, the world would continue for another 52 year cycle. A fire would then be lit by the priests in the body of an animal carcass, and all of the fires in the valley would be lit from this new fire. The next day many ceremonies with sacrifices and blood-letting would happen. The people had feasts, and rebuilt furniture and regained possessions.[16]

Most people have heard about the bloody human sacrifices amongst the Mesoamerican tribes, but maybe not everybody knew about the Pleiadian connection. So many these days think that the Pleiadians are the “good guys.” Here we can see, however, how the Pleiadians were involved in the Aztec, Mayan, and Inca religions (Inca being a wordplay on[17]). In fact, most of Mesoamerica was once Pleiadian territory, and they were the ones who taught the tribes about human and animal sacrifice to please the gods. In charge of these religions was without any doubt himself.

The Pleiadians admit to this in their lectures. I have listened to them, and they said that is their mentor when working with us humans, and that they (the Pleiadians) were involved with the Latin- and South American tribes, such as the Mayan and the Incas. They haven’t mentioned the Aztecs from what I have heard (too embarrassing?), but the proof is in the pudding—we do have the evidence in the old texts. The Pleiadians claim that their ancestors came here to “teach” the above mentioned tribes, but in the long term, the Pleiadians got power hungry and controlling, and they forced the human tribes to worship them as gods and to sacrifice both animals and humans in their honor.[18] We should perhaps ask ourselves—if this is so, were these Pleiadian beings, who were able to commit such crimes, really good guys to begin with?

Now, back to East India and the Hindu religion. They, too, had their different time cycles, where the longest one was called the Catur-yuga, lasting four million three-hundred thousand years (4,300,000).[19] However, if we want to go very deep into how time is measured in the different Veda books, I am sure it would make both me and the readers utterly confused because it differs depending on which scripture we read.

Here below we have four time cycles, which correspond quite closely to what is said to be the age of the Earth, so I thought I should at least mention them. In Hinduism, there are four yugas,

1.      Satya Yuga

2.      Treta Yuga

3.      Dwarapa Yuga

4.      Kali Yuga

Catur-yuga then refers to the time encompassed by the passing of four Yugas. It covers approximately 4.32 billion solar years.[20]

This differs substantially from the 4,300,000 years I mentioned first. The “discrepancies” may not be so strange after all, if we think about it. The time span the Vedas bring up is long, and the way of measuring time must have changed numerous times. The two different ways of measuring that I have mentioned so far are very old, so I will probably not use them very much in my papers—except that we are going to hear the term “Kali Yuga” a few times in future papers.

Instead, so we don’t confuse things unnecessarily, I have decided to use time cycles that are being used by the Hindus perhaps most frequently today. The original Yuga Cycle Doctrine was fairly simple—the duration of a Yuga Cycle was 12,000 years, with each Yuga lasting for approximately 3,000 years. This is encoded in the Saptarsi Calendar, which has been used in India for thousands of years and is still used in many parts of the country. The term “Saptarsi,” interestingly enough, refers to the seven Rishis, mentioned above, or the seven sages, as they were also called. These seven rishis (there were, as I mentioned, more Rishis or Sages, but these seven were considered particularly enlightened) appear at the beginning of each Yuga to spread the laws of civilization to mankind.[21] We will hear more about this as well in future papers, and it will get quite interesting.

The famous author, Graham Hancock, explains:

Quote #6: The Saptarsi Calendar used in India had a cycle of 2,700 years; it is said that the Great Bear constellation stays for 100 years in each of the 27 “Nakshatras” (lunar asterisms) which adds up to a cycle of 2,700 years.[13] The 2,700 year cycle was also referred to as a “Saptarsi Era” or a “Saptarsi Yuga”.[22]

This information is very important to understand because if we cross-check different religions and dig into prophecy, we can see that the time cycles that are ultimately universal have been brought down here to Earth, been mixed in with astrology and how fast the stars move across the sky, until we get some numbers to work with when it comes to prophecy. Even the supposed orbit of Nibiru, which is 3600 years (1 Šar), has been added into this prophecy mix. My point is that prophecy is almost always related to some kind of savior who is supposed to return at the end, or at the beginning, of a new age (which actually also is the case, as we shall see).

In Hinduism, a Yuga is thus about 3000 years, which means that every 3000 years, in the beginning of a new era, which is signified by a new astrological sign becoming dominant before another, a “teacher” is descending to Earth to teach humanity new ways of thinking. This is of course not because we humans need an upgrade every 3000 years, but because whomever is in charge of the New Era needs to claim ownership of humanity and have us agree—and this is how it’s being done. Otherwise, someone else potentially could take charge over the astrological era. It also has to do with evolution. How fast do the gods want humanity to evolve? Are we evolving too fast? Too slow? This way, they can determine the speed of our evolution and in which direction they want us to go. They know they can’t keep us frozen in some kind of status quo—it never works. Everything in the Universe either evolves or declines. Still, they can influence the speed of our evolution to a certain degree by mingling with us and “teach” us whatever they think is appropriate for the era in question. Education is powerful—it can be used for good or for bad. If it’s used for the bad, as in this case, they can either restrict the education or focus it on something that is either false or relevant only to a certain point, and then have the students apply the information. It has worked well throughout the ages, seen from the gods’ perspective.

It should be mentioned as well in this context that, in reality, it’s only or Marduk who have been in charge of the astrological eras the last hundreds of thousands of years, so it’s just as much excitement as watching an American election—the outcome is always obvious to those who are “in the know.” Still, they need to do this—not because would necessarily steal the Era from Marduk or vice versa, but because the particular god who is performing this ritual is claiming us for that time period—even in the eyes of imaginary invaders. It wouldn’t particularly stop an invader force, but at least no one could come and say that we humans were up for grabs.

As mentioned in Level IV, a new teacher (or savior) is soon due to come to our “aid”—it’s just a matter of exactly when. A New Era started after 2012, so don’t be surprised if someone will claim the podium soon. Jesus/ (or a mix between and Marduk) was the teacher of Pieces, and who is going to be the teacher of Aquarius? Eh… No big surprise there, then, but maybe he will wear a modern haircut this time, who knows? Then again, don’t bet on it, if we are to believe people who are working within the United Nations. More about this later…

V. The Cosmic Hierarchy

In the Vedic texts, the highest gods and goddesses mentioned live in different planetary systems out in cosmos, and moreover, they live on planets. This does not in any shape or form, as we shall see later in this paper, nullify what I have stressed earlier, that many beings live in stars and in space. More about all that later, however.

Depending on which Veda text we are referring to, certain gods may have a different rank in the cosmic hierarchy—e.g. there are Krishna sects who puts Lord Krishna on top of the hierarchy. Not to make it too complicated, I am going to stay with the most common hierarchy. In this paper, I am not going into details about a single deity, but I will only indicate his or her place in the hierarchy and where he or she may reside in more general Sanskrit terms. In an upcoming paper, I will show evidence of  where certain star beings reside, based on the Vedic texts, and this evidence will be even more comprehensive than what we discussed in Level IV. I think that readers who are especially interested in knowing from where certain star beings originate, or where then now reside, will be pleased to see this information.

On the absolute top of the pyramid in the material universe is Lord Brahmā, pointed out to be the first being in the Universe, and he resides in a planetary system called Brahmaloka. Directly beneath Brahmaloka are three planetary systems inhabited by Sages or Ṛṣis (Rishis), where they live as “ascetics and cultivate knowledge and transcendental consciousness.”[23],[24]. These planetary systems are called, in descending order—Tapoloka, Janaloka, and Maharloka.

Beneath these planets is the realm of Svargaloka, which is populated by Devas, who have a military hierarchy, and they are often at war with the Asuras, something we will go into details about in later papers. The Devas are much into politics and warfare, and they have an extremely long life span.[25]

Bhurvarloka is the realms beneath Svargaloka, and also the realm immediately above our own human planetary realm, which is called Bhurloka.[26]

Fig. 7. Vishnu as a Cosmic Man.

Bhuama-Svarga is a term which has confused many researchers of the Vedic texts, and it was probably one of the main reasons why some have decided that the ancient people in fact were quite ignorant, and so were the gods. Because of the term “Bhuama-Svarga” alone, many have considered the Vedic mythology as being just that—mythology without hardly any base in reality, and here is why these people have come to such conclusions.

Bhuama-Svarga is sometimes referred to as Bhū-Mandala, which in turn, refers to the flat Earth—therefore the ignorance. Researchers think that the ancient people were just as uneducated as the people in the Dark Ages, before mankind finally concluded that the Earth is a sphere.[27] Thompson, however, points out that if we do a more careful study of the texts, it shows that this “Earth” actually corresponds to the plane of the ecliptic, with its 500,000,000 yojanas in diameter[28] (1 yojana being about 5 miles). This is the plane determined, from a geocentric point of view, by the orbit of the Sun around the Earth.[29] This plane, is of course, flat. Interestingly enough, the term “earth,” when used in Vedic texts, does not always refer to the small globe we live on.

Here it is, in Thompson’s own words,

Quote #7: The earth is also described as a flat disk, called Bhŭ-mandala, which is 500,000,000 yojanas in diameter. However, a careful study of Vedic texts shows that this “earth’ actually corresponds to the plane of the ecliptic.[30] This is the plane determined, from a geocentric point of view, by the orbit of the sun around the earth. This plane is, of course, flat, and thus in one sense the Vedic literature does speak of a flat earth. One has to be alert to the fact that the term “earth,” as used in Vedic texts, does not always refer to the small earth globe.”[31]

These realms, which I have just mentioned, is the cosmic hierarchy in the material universe. Above the hierarchy of the material universe there is a spiritual hierarchy as well, which is dominated by the Supreme Being. The Veda texts, which are typically patriarchal in their structure, are quick to point out that albeit there is a long “distance” between the material worlds and the spiritual realms, all spirit souls are intimately related with the Supreme, and that the Supreme Being accompanies each soul as a Supersoul. Also, which is quite interesting, the Supreme Being is said to personally descend and incarnate as an Avatāra on various material planets. Two such well-known Avatāra (Avatars) are Lord Krishna and Lord Rāma.[32] The idea is the same as what I have suggested in previous levels or learning, that the Mother Goddess, as the Supreme BeingAll That IsSource, or whatever we want to call Her, incarnates in the Physical and Metaphysical Universes in order to participate more directly in the progress, and the process, of the evolution of the Universe. In the papers, we know her incarnations as the Orion Queen, the Queen of the Stars, and Mother Gaia. In the Vedas, however, the Supreme Being is male energy because of its overly patriarchal nature.

Then, let us not forget to mention the Vedic Underworld, or the Netherworld, which is the “planetary system” where the Nagas live. The “Nagas,” who we shall discuss more later, are often compared with “snakes,” and are interdimensional beings, living in the Underworld, in the Vedas called Bila-Svarga.[33] Interestingly enough, the Veda texts mention that the Nagas can travel through solid matter—something we hear a lot about from modern UFO abductees. These beings serve the Masters of the Netherworld, which in the Babylonian texts are known as (later Marduk) and Ereškigal. The Nagas are also known to live in parallel realities on the surface of the Earth, which means that they exist all around us, but on a wavelength just outside the third dimensional (3-D) reality. The place where many of them dwell is also called the Subterranean Heaven, located to the south of the Ecliptic.[34]

In the Vedas, there are two ways of entering different planets, stars, and galaxies in the material universe—one can either do it by different types of space travel, which I will go into a little later, or one can enter them from within the body and the mind. As the reader can see, there is a great portion of truth in the texts, told in mythological, as well as in real terms. This principle is often shown as a metaphor with Vishnu, one of the gods, “having cities on the head and in the throat.”[35] The aptitude to reach the Universe from within is what our human bodies are ultimately capable of—this was exactly what the Namlú’u, the primordial man, could do before the AIF invaded Earth and decreased everybody’s level of consciousness—something I have explained in previous levels of learning.

VI. The Netherworld in the Vedas

As I am sure the reader recalls from Level IV, in particular, we discussed the Netherworld or the Underworld to some extent. This is where “King” Nergal ( and Queen Ereškigal reign, and this is also where souls supposedly pass on their journey through the Afterlife—all this according to the Sumerian/Babylonian traditions, although we can see this repeated in other religions and mythologies as well—no less so in Hinduism and Buddhism.

In the Vedas, there are seven regions of the Universe located under the Earth. These regions are called Patala or Patal.[36] Patala is often translated as “netherworld” or the “underworld.” The Patala consists of seven regions (in Sanskrit also called lokas), where the seventh and lowest of them is also called Naga-loka.[37] This is where the Nagas, described in the Vedas as “snake-like beings,” live. In the next paper, we are going to discuss the different kinds of beings and deities in much more detail, but I can say now that the Nagas compare extremely well with the type of beings that Nergal and Ereškigal represent. The Naga-loka, or the Netherworld/Underworld, is certainly their realm, and it corresponds directly with Sumerian mythology, which is giving us good evidence of their existence and who they are.

According to Hindu cosmology, the Universe is divided into three “worlds,” or “sections.” The upper six regions are called Svarga, which corresponds with “Heaven.” Prithvi is Earth, and Patala/Naga-loka (the seven lower regions), are the Underworld or the Netherworld[38] (there is no reason for the reader to know all these Sanskrit terms by heart—I am using many of them only once, in order to show the reader how they correlate with previous texts we have discussed. In general, I try to use what is easiest to remember).

Fig. 8. The 7 Tributary Zones in the WingMakers’ mythology, and where they are located.

What the reader may find interesting here as well, is the Hindu use of the number “7.” This is a sacred number for the Cabal (the Global Elite), and for the AIF as well. Throughout my writings, the number “7,” “12,” and “13” are perhaps the most common sacred numbers, and it’s because they all are universal numbers and very important as such. The Goddess is primarily using the numbers 12 and 13, while the AIF choose to concentrate more on number 7—making this one of their most sacred numbers, upon which they build their holographic universe in which they have manipulated us to live. We also saw in the First Level of Learning that Life Physics Group California (LPG-C) strikingly used the number 7 as the number of focus in their Working Model of the Universe, with the Multiverse consisting of seven Superdomains. The WingMakers, who are basing some of their philosophy on the Urantia Book, are saying that the Multiverse consists of seven “superuniverses,” and there are, still according to the Wingmakers, seven sacred sites spread out over the planet, called Tributary Zones, directly corresponding with the same number of Tributary Zones located in the galactic core, in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. Thus, the reader can see how things are interconnected, and which groups of beings are using which numbers as their “cosmic numbers,” so therefore, to some degree, we can see where certain groups have their loyalties.

VII. The Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religion

Although Hinduism and the Vedas are based on the ideals of the Patriarchal Regime (the AIF), there are still traces of the ancient Goddess Religion in there, even if they are sadly distorted and rare.

In Hinduism, as in most ancient religions and mythologies, there are many different goddesses, having different ranks in the hierarchies. In the Veda books, the term Devī is the female form of all these goddesses, who are altogether making up the supreme Mother Goddess. Also, often when the term Devī (Devi) is mentioned, it denotes Mother Goddess Herself, and Devi is the term I will use for Her here in Level V.

Devī is the Sanskrit term for “Divine,” and it is related to the masculine word Deva. The reader with the best of memories may remember from earlier in this paper how the term “Deva” was used for a certain kind of being, dwelling in Svargaloka, which is one of the higher domains, or dimensions, in the material universe. In that sense, the term Deva is appropriate, but the term is also used for beings who are into warfare and politics, which I also mentioned earlier. This, to me, is very enlightening because it corresponds well with the Sumerian texts and what we’ve learned from having used syncretism and cross-referencing in previous levels of learning. Albeit, beings may live in higher dimensions, there is no guarantee that they are “spiritual” in nature. They may talk widely about the Source and spiritual awareness, just as Marduk did when he contacted me back in 2011, but that doesn’t mean that they are practicing these spiritual ideas in their own lives. They may still dedicate themselves to envy, jealously, pride, self-service practices, hierarchal structuring, slavery, and so on. In many ways, there are humans who are much more spiritually inclined than many of these Devas, the members of the AIF. Hence, I would suggest that the reader takes the term “Deva” with a great pinch of salt, and simply discerns by looking at whom we’re discussing at the moment. You will get a better feeling for this as we move along. Also, there is no such thing as a “Devine Masculine” if we really want to break it down. The Universe is feminine in nature, and the “God” is in that sense feminine and would correspond to the term “Goddess,” as we know by now. Therefore, if we are talking about the One Creator, we are talking about a Creatrix—a feminine force. Besides that, the term “God” has been highly misused and can no longer in its true meaning be applied to any Divine entity. Khan En.lil is the consort of the Queen of the Stars, but he is not a God in the sense of being the Creator—he is an interdimensional being of the Bird Tribe, who may be wiser than most, but he is not a God.

Goddess worship is very ancient in India, and such religious practices have been traced back to at least 3000 BC.[39] History, however, is repeating itself over and over, and in the quote below, we can clearly see how the Patriarchal Regime took over the Goddess religion, and even the term Devi was hijacked and brought down to a lower vibration (the italics are mine),

Quote #8: Devi is the supreme Being in the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism, while in the Smartha tradition, she is one of the five primary forms of God.[3][4] In other Hindu traditions of Shaivism and Vaishnavism, Devi embodies the active energy and power of male deities (Purushas), such as Vishnu in Vaishnavism or Shiva in Shaivism. Vishnu’s shakti counterpart is called Lakshmi, with Parvati being the female shakti of Shiva.[40]

Although we will learn much more about Shiva and Vishnu in subsequent papers, the reader can probably already now get a grasp of where we’re heading here. Vishnu and Shiva are both gods of the male religion, and they successfully suppressed the Divine Feminine almost everywhere it was practiced.

However, some of the Mother Goddess worship was maintained in Shaktism—also mentioned in the quote above (Shakti is another word for Devi, the Divine Mother, as in the “absolute, ultimate Godhead”[41]). It became distorted with time and was of course distorted already at the time when the Mother Goddess religion turned into worship. Still, a very true and basic understanding of the Divine Feminine has survived, as this religion is still practiced in India by a few, dedicated followers.

Quote #9: Shaktism regards Devi (lit., ‘the Goddess’) as the Supreme Brahman itself, the “one without a second”, with all other forms of divinity, female or male, considered to be merely her diverse manifestations.[42]

Thus, we can see that the followers of this religion acknowledge the Goddess and the “one without a second,” meaning that She is the One and Only Divine source of the Universe, who was there before time. They call it the “Supreme Brahman,” which must be separated from the term “Brahma,” which is the male Godhead, or the “Firstborn” in this universe (male), who then by many Hindus became associated with God himself. Be careful, however, because the term “Brahman” has been hijacked as well and is sometimes used in the Vedas to equate Brahma himself. We will use “Brahman” as a term for the Goddess in these papers, if not otherwise indicated. Thus, we have the terms Brahman, Devi, and Shakti describing Mother Goddess, although I will rarely use the term Shakti when discussing Her in Sanskrit terms, and this is for good reasons. As a distortion of the Goddess religion, the term Shakti also with time became associated with the illusion we are living in.

Quote #10: According to the Vedas, Shakti is claimed to be Maya or illusion that casts a veil over Brahman, the Ultimate reality. Shakti and Brahman are inseparable entities that lie in a single body which reaffirms the claim that Shakti and Shiva coexist… Devi or the divine feminine is an equal counterpart to the divine masculine, and hence manifests herself as the Trinity herself – the Creator (Durga or the Divine Mother)…[43]

The word illusion in Sanskrit is Maya, and Maya corresponds directly with the illusion of the material worlds, i.e. Lord’s holographic universe! Here we can see that “Shakti” is claimed to be Maya that “casts a veil over Brahman,” which is, in addition to the Goddess’s different manifestations, also a term for the Ultimate reality, i.e. “All That Is.” Shakti casting a veil over Brahman is, of course, a major distortion, as the reader can see, which makes it obvious that I don’t want to use the term Shakti when discussing the Goddess. A major part of this distortion began when Queen Ereškigal of the Underworld took over the role of the Mother Goddess and started calling herself “Shakti.” At that time, she also required worship from her followers. Worshipping Queen Ereškigal as Shakti, the ancient name for Mother Goddess, was something that particularly pleased both and Marduk, as we shall see later in this level of learning. It actually pleased Marduk to such a degree that he rewarded those who did. There is nothing strange with this because by having the Divine Feminine followers worship the AIF instead of the real Goddess was a major distortion in regard to where the energy landed, and it empowered the AIF tremendously. Thus, it didn’t matter if people worshipped a male Creator or a female Creatrix—the AIF could feed off the energy of either group of people equally.

I will not go into any further details regarding the Goddess religions because we simply don’t have enough space, other than we should understand that there was such a thing as a recognition of the Divine Feminine in India, and like in most other places around the world, the Patriarchal Regime did what they could to suppress the knowledge (in Greek: Gnosis) of the true origins of the Universe, and they worked hard to manifest a male God into people’s minds, replacing the Goddess with a male Deity. It is basically irrelevant to the AIF which male Deity people worship, as long as it is male and part of the AIF. The energies that such worship emit are, of course, the same, regardless of the Deity in question, and the AIF can absorb the energies, and thus increase their own power, while, we are depleted of ours. The AIF understood that they couldn’t fully suppress the Divine Feminine, but Queen Ereškigal, as Kali, took care of that problem.    

VIII. Cosmic Energies and Different Methods of Space Travel in the Vedas

Researching different kinds of cosmic energies in the Vedic literature is quite rewarding and educational in the sense that here we have beings using mystical powers all the time as if it is completely normal. Of course, the reader and I know by now that it is normal—just something we humans have been deprived of over the last few hundred thousand years, but it’s interesting to read the mindset of these ancient beings.

In the Vedas, the cosmic energies, which make “paranormal” activities take place, are explained and discussed. The reader will notice that what I have written about throughout the different levels of learning, I have recognized is actually described in the Vedic texts.

When we read these ancient texts, we are often told that beings just appear and disappear out of nowhere.[RGS1]  According to the Vedas, this is just their ability to make use of a natural mystic power called siddhi. Some beings, the texts say, inherit this ability at birth, while other beings need to practice in order to use it. As Thompson describes it, “this mystic power depends on the laws of nature and the gross and subtle organization of the body.”[44]

There are many examples in the texts, where two beings communicate telepathically (something that is also considered normal) over long distances. Then, when deciding to meet, one of them disappears from one location, to quite immediately appear in a second location, where the other being is waiting. This corresponds well with what I have called nano-travel. This ET being in question, who was interdimensional, used his or her Avatar (light-body), and by using thoughts and intentions, the being could thus travel through space and time to wherever location he or she wished. As I’ve mentioned, people in the Vedic texts did this continuously. However, not all beings are capable of doing this, the texts say, and hence, they needed to use other means to travel through space—some even needed to use spaceships and travel through vortexes and stargates. It all depended on how evolved and educated on this subject a particular being, or race, was.

We are also told that these kinds of powers were not only isolated to the gods—some humans could implement them as well, such as the Sage, Vyāsa, who was human. Vyāsa was a compiler of the Vedas, and the legend states that he is still living in the Himalayas. Sages (Rishis) like him served to link human societies here on Earth with the celestial hierarchy[45]—in other words, they worked with the AIF. It’s feasible to say that in return for the favor, these human Sages were taught how to nano-travel and how to use the siddhi to do so—no need for spaceships or use of time-consuming technologies. On the other hand, it might not have been to return a favor but as a pure convenience for the AIF—it would not have worked out if the person couldn’t have traveled long distances in no-time when needed. These human Sages were certainly not any humans, but they were carefully selected from powerful “pure” bloodlines with a lot of extraterrestrial DNA.

Even in modern UFO literature we hear of beings who appear and disappear abruptly, and they are, of course, using the same powers and the same techniques as described by me in these papers, and which are also told in the Vedas.

Interestingly, there is more about this written in the Vedas. Not only can beings appear and disappear at will, they can also move objects through time and space in the same manner. This kind of travel, where the beings bring objects with them, is called vihāyasa. A physical object is moved directly through the ether to some other location, without interacting with intervening gross matter.[46]

From an interdimensional perspective, gross matter is just condensed energy, and in order to instantly bring with him or her, let’s say a candle, from one place to another, and without interacting with 3-D matter otherwise, the being needs to make the candle much less dense, and in some way “dissolve” the shape and form of the object and bring it with him or her to the destination. At the destination, the being may condense the candle again, and it will look the same as it did before the nano-travel began. This technique must have had to do with increasing and decreasing the vibration of the object.

Lord Krishna gives an interesting explanation for how nano-travel works in general,

Quote # 11: The yogi who completely absorbs his mind in Me, and who then makes use of the wind that follows the mind to absorb the material body in Me, obtains through the potency of meditation on Me the mystic perfection by which his body immediately follows his mind wherever it goes.[47]

Hereby, according to Krishna, you can, through appropriate and intense meditation, merge the physical body with the soul/avatar and bring it with you in space, from one location to another—again without interacting and intervening with gross matter. Of course, in this case, you have to meditate on Krishna (here being the Ultimate God) for this to be possible, which needless to say, is pure nonsense. Also, the 3-D body does not follow you when you nano-travel—only the avatar or light-body. This is in a sense what happens when a person bi-locates, i.e. a person can sit on the couch, talking to you, and at the same time being seen talking to somebody else in the grocery store in another part of town. In both instances, the soul-fire splits in two, and one split travels to a different location, followed by the avatar. We will talk more about “bi-location” in a moment.

Because 3-D matter is an illusion in some ways, it’s possible for the fire/avatar to play around with it at will—more so, the more advanced the soul-body-mind is. Some of the readers may have heard of the story—which supposedly is true—when a group of monks in Tibet, I believe it was, were chased down in order to be killed. The monks went together and group-meditated, and when the murderous soldiers came upon them, they couldn’t see them. The monks had “cloaked” themselves so well with the help from meditation that they had become invisible to the outside world. When the soldiers had passed, the monks became visible again.

Much of what I have brought up here would be discarded by scientists, who would say that any of this goes against physical laws, but of course, science still has a lot to figure out before it can understand the principles that make these mystical ways of travel and bending reality a fact. These things were well known and quite understood in ancient times, but were later suppressed, obviously because many humans managed to figure out how to do it, despite the density of the third dimension. However, we need to understand that the world was not nearly as dense back then as it is now, which made it easier for the dedicated student to learn the tricks. Back then, if too many people knew the secrets, the AIF would gradually lose their power and their control over mankind. These secrets are still mentioned in the ancient scriptures, but there are no real manuals showing us how to do it, and one can’t start to nano-travel just from reading this literature. However, those who believe that there is truth hidden in this literature, at least, know that these things were possible then and could potentially still be possible with a lot of training, albeit only a few would be able to learn it. These few would be people who have managed to raise their vibration considerably above the average in order to override the solidity of the current version of 3-D.

We need to always keep in mind that the gods were not leaving stone tablets and ancient texts behind for their benefit—that wouldn’t even make sense—they did it so we humans could read them. In other words, what they left behind was not an abundance of indisputable truths, but the history of their presence on Earth the way theywanted us to perceive them, the gods. Hence, they did not care to tell it as it was, but the way they wanted us to believe it was. This, of course, immediately causes a split in timelines. A whole new timeline was created, based on what was written in the ancient scriptures, compared to another timeline, which is more in line with what really happened. Hence, as the reader now must learn—by exposing all this, a timeline that has been closed for millennia has opened up! Energies that have been condensed and stagnant will now start flowing freely again, and they are affecting us all—not only the reader of these papers, but other people, too, whom any particular reader is connected to. With energies regained on this previously closed timeline, we have more truthful, and therefore, straight energies touching us and helping us become more powerful so that we can make better decisions concerning our future. These energies are what you feel when you write to me and say that you feel uplifted and refreshed from reading the papers.

Very few people throughout history have been able to see through this deception, and most of those people only could see the deception to a certain degree. The gods knew this would happen, but didn’t worry about it—they “knew” that their secrets would still be safe. Thus, I must admit that I am very fortunate because I have been taught where and how to research these things, and I have been trained in how these gods think. Therefore, with these tools in my hands, figuratively speaking, I have been able to go where others, for the most part, have never gone before me, and I have seen what few others have seen. Now, you have experienced the same thing through these papers, and more so through this last level of learning, the Secrets of the Gods will no longer be safe!

viii.i. Lingam and Yoni—Male and Female Energies

These two terms are important to keep in mind because they will be used on and off throughout these papers. Therefore, I give them their own subsection, so that they will be easy to find in the future, if the reader forgets what these terms mean.

This is what Wikipedia has to say about Lingam.

Quote #12: The lingam (also, linga, ling, Shiva linga, Shiv ling, Sanskrit लिङ्गं, liṅgaṃ, meaning “mark”, “sign”, or “inference”[1][2]) is a representation of the Hindu deity Shiva used for worship in temples.[3] In traditional Indian society, the linga is rather seen as a symbol of the energy and potentiality of the God.

The lingam is often represented alongside the yoni, a symbol of the goddess or of Shakti, female creative energy.[8] The union of lingam and yoni represents the “indivisible two-in-oneness of male and female, the passive space and active time from which all life originates”.[48]

In one of the following papers, we will learn more about who Shiva actually is, but the reader can most probably already now see that he must have been a representative for the Patriarchal Regime, based on the text above. It also becomes obvious when we see that the linga is looked at as a symbol of the God’s (masculine) energy and potentiality.

Anyway, the lingam in combination with the yoni represented duality—masculine-feminine—and mostly in combination with sex. The following artifact (fig.8) shows the phallus (lingam) being inserted into the yoni (the vagina).

Fig. 9. Linga-base at the Cát Tiên sanctuary, Lâm Đồng Province, Vietnam.

Yoni, in Wikipedia, is described as follows:

Quote #13: Yoni (Sanskrit: योनि yoni) is a Sanskrit word with different meanings, most basically “vagina” or “womb”. Its counterpart is the lingam. It is also the divine passage, or sacred temple (cf. lila). The word can cover a range of extended meanings, including: place of birth, source, origin, spring, fountain, place of rest, repository, receptacle, seat, abode, home, lair, nest, stable.[49]

As well as Lingam and Yoni are symbols for the phallus and the vagina, Yoni was originally also a term for the Eye of the Goddess, which eventually, as we know, became the Eye of Ereškigal. Everything that had to do with Yoni became, after Ereškigal took over as the Queen of the Stars, connected with her, and because Lord at that time had been deprived of what some said was his prominent (in size) manhood, his son, Lord Marduk, took over as representing the Lingam. This becomes obvious with the following quote:

Quote #14: The yoni is the creative power of nature and represents the goddess Shakti. The linga stone represents Shiva, and is usually placed in the yoni. The lingam is the transcendental source of all that exists. The linga united with the yoni represents the nonduality of immanent reality and transcendental potentiality.[50]

As we mentioned before, Shakti can be a term for both Mother Goddess and Queen Ereškigal, but here is a good example how the reader can train himself or herself to figure out if the above quote is referring to the original Queen of the Stars or to the imposter, Queen Ereškigal. Then, who is it, and how can you tell?

The answer is that the goddess Shakti, mentioned in the quote, is Queen Ereškigal, which is easy to see because if we read further we can see that the linga stone (lingam stone) represents Shiva. Although we haven’t discussed Shiva yet, I have already given hints to that he is of the AIF. Hence, if the linga stone represents Shiva, and the “stone” is usually placed inside the yoni, represented by the goddess Shakti, then we have a sexual relationship between the goddess Shakti and the god Shiva. Therefore, if the lingam represents Shiva, and Shiva had a relationship with Shakti/Ereškigal, then Shiva must be either or Marduk. Well, he can’t be because was deprived of his manhood when his brother, Prince En.lil, chopped it off on the Rigelian battlefield, as discussed in Level IV, but Marduk still had his private parts intact. Hence, Shiva is most likely Marduk (in the following papers, we will make this absolutely obvious). This was just a little mind practice for the reader how to research and how to make distinctions, which may make it more fun.

The moral of this story about the Lingam and the Yoni is that it shows two things up to this point: 1) Shakti and Shiva took over the role of the Queen of the Stars and Khan En.lil, her consort, and 2) we get further evidence that Queen Ereškigal and Lord Marduk were (and still are) the rulers of the Underworld, as we discussed in Level IV. The same story is obviously told in the Vedas. I also dare say that it is told in any religion and in any ancient mythology around the world, and not only that—I dare say that the same gods and goddesses that took over Planet Earth 450,000-500,000 years ago are described in any and all of these ancient texts around the world that are of any significance. Because for the obvious reasons, mentioned earlier, I can’t write papers about all these myths and religions as thoroughly as I am doing with the Sumerian and Vedic texts, this is the reason why I am saying this again—they are the same alien beings, cloaked behind other names and behind stories that vary to a small degree but have more similarities than differences across the world.

viii.ii. Laghimā-Siddhi — Mystic Power to Overcome the Force of Gravity

The Laghimā-siddhi was, as told in the Vedic texts, a mystic power, which was used by the Devas and related humanoid races to overcome gravity. This power could be used to make spacecraft weightless, and something called mano-java could be used to move it through the ether (interdimensional space). One can’t help but think about zero point energy, which is the hot subject of today—a technology originally and allegedly given to us by ETs, so that we humans can learn how to move across stellar space in spaceships. These ships can then take advantage of the zero gravity and travel long distance through stargates, or Einstein-Rosen Bridges. The heavily suppressed scientist of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Nikola Tesla, is said to have been in contact with ETs who gave him this technology for him to develop. He apparently did develop it, and the Global Elite stole it from him, leaving him ruined financially and almost totally ignored. Note also that people in the UFO field are very excited about zero-point energy, when in fact, this is already Stone Age because we already know about nano-travel. We are again being deprived of our real power as human beings, which is that we can use our bodies as catalysts to send splits of our combined fire out in the Universe to explore, while simultaneously letting our physical bodies continue doing their business on Earth, controlled by the rest of the combined fire we inhabit. As we learned in Level IV, we are the only species in the Universe who can do this! Hence, it’s humiliating to teach us how to move through space in spaceships when we are capable of so much more. However, our real capabilities are still kept in secrecy.

Barbara Marciniak’s Pleiadians claim that Tesla was in contact with Pleiadian beings, who gave him this technology for benevolent purposes, but I’ve heard that Tesla himself claimed to had been in contact with beings from the planet Venus[51], and Tesla was actually an extraterrestrial being, incarnating on Earth in order to develop technologies that could assist humanity in space travel.[52] Supposedly, it hurt Tesla a lot when he found out that the government was only interested in using any and all of his inventions for destructive purposes.[53]

Whether Tesla was a Venusian and was in contact with etheric beings from our neighbor planet or not, I will leave up to the reader to decide, or to do more research on. I will leave it open for thoughts and further discussions. Nikola Tesla died as a poor man, who never got any significant public acknowledgements during his lifetime.

Fig. 10. Nikola Tesla, around 1935, age 79.

There is a quite interesting comment in one commentary on the Bhāgavata Purāņa, regarding the Laghimā-siddhi.

Quote #15: The residents of the upper planetary systems, beginning from Brahmaloka … down to Svargaloka … are so advanced in spiritual life that when they come to visit this or similar other lower planetary systems, they keep their weightlessness. This means that they can stand without touching the ground.[54]

By using this technology—which many star races allegedly are doing—vehicles can stand still in midair, and beings can levitate and stand before a human without touching the ground at all. I believe the thorough researcher of the UFO phenomenon recognizes these abilities, as they have been described by some abductees and others who have encountered UFOs. UFOs, seemingly standing still in midair, slowly vibrating, just to suddenly take off with enormous speed, or simply just disappear in front of the spectators eyes, are quite common phenomena for those who are researching the UFO field.

Here is another remarkable quote from Lord Krishna, borrowed from the 11th Canto of the Bhāgavata Purāna:

Quote #16: I exist within everything, and I am therefore the essence of the atomic constituents of material elements. By attaching his mind to Me in this form, the yogī may achieve the perfection called laghimā, by which he realizes the subtle atomic substance of time.[55]

Lord Krishna is here referring to time in regard to the Laghimā-siddhi, but perhaps most important is the fact that the existence of atomic particles were well known in Vedic times and is evidently not a modern discovery but a modern rediscovery. The fact that the Vedic texts talk about atoms and other scientific discoveries, which are supposed to be fairly recent, is further proof of that old mythology is not something that’s made up by superstitious scribes.

IX. Māyā—the Illusion of the Vedic Universe

Māyā, in Sanskrit, means illusion, and interestingly enough, delusion, which is a more accurate translation.[56]Followers of the Hindu religion look at this material world as an illusion (or delusion) to beware of because it’s the realm from which humanity must evolve to eventually reach the realm of Brahma in the Brahmaloka Heaven.

In the beginning, Maya meant wisdom and extraordinary power, but later the definition of the word became illusion, [delusion], fraud, deception, witchcraft, sorcery, and magic.[57] This is quite remarkable because the later definitions refer to—beyond doubt—the material universe in which we humans live. Aren’t these traits, which are described here, of the AIF? I would say they are.

When it comes to understanding māyā and what it really means for us humans, we have an excellent source in the late Richard L. Thompson, who wrote, amongst other excellent books and articles, the book Alien Identities. Here he is coming to very accurate conclusions, which often correspond to my own, and I am eager to share some of it. 

One definition of māyā is magic, as mentioned above. Thompson elaborates that someone who is practicing magic is a magician, of course, and a magician’s job is to create an illusion, which people who watch can’t see through; hence, the people may believe the illusion is true when it’s just trickery. How well a magician will succeed, in many cases, depends upon how sophisticated his equipment is, but mostly how well he can perform, using this equipment.

Thompson continues:

Quote #17: In the Vedic universe, the role of the computer is played by a fundamental energy called pradhāna. This energy is activated by an expansion of the Supreme known as Mahā-Viṣṇu, who acts as the universal programmer. The activated pradhāna produces subtle forms of energy, and these in turn produce gross matter.[58] From the Vedic perspective, both types of energy are comparable to the unreal manifestations produced by a virtual reality system. But we can think of these energies as being real because they behave consistently and reliably as long as the universal system is operating.

Although subtle energy is not directly perceivable by our ordinary senses, it is just as much a product of the universal system as gross matter, and thus it is just as substantial as gross matter. In one sense it is even more substantial, since gross matter is generated from subtle energy.[59]

Thompson explains here that the role of this “computer” is played by a type of energy called pradhāna. This energy is activated by Mahā-Viṣṇu, so let’s take a look at who this Mahā-Viṣṇu is (my emphasis in italics).

Quote #18: Mahavishnu (Devanāgarī: महाविष्णु) is an aspect of Vishnu, the Absolute which is beyond human comprehension and is beyond all attributes … The term Mahavishnu is similar to Brahman and Almighty Absolute Supreme Personality of Godhead … Mahāmāyā remains the ever obedient material energy of the Supreme Lord. All the natural elements including sky, fire, water, air and land are created along with mind, intelligence and false ego.

 After this, Mahavishnu enters each of the many universes so created (seeds emerging from the pores of His skin) as Garbhodaksayi Vishnu, who lays down in each and every of these individual material universes (Brahmandas). It can be interpreted that Garbodakshayi Vishnu is the collective soul of all souls in a particular material universe and that Mahavishnu is the collective soul of all souls in all of the material universes.[60]

This makes it very clear that Mahā-Viṣṇu and Vishnu are one and the same; therefore, according to Vedic mythology, Vishnu is the one in charge of the computer that creates the holographic universe we live in. We can also see how this Vishnu character has taken over the role of the Divine Feminine and made himself the Prime Creator. As a side note, it is here that also is mentioned that the Creator (in reality Creatrix) created many universes, not only one universe. The astute reader may remember my “pond allegory” from Level II, where the Goddess created many universes, and one “pond” is one universe. Again, the Vedic texts repeatedly correspond to my own research.

Albeit, I will go into comparing the different deities in the Vedas with those in the Sumerian texts, as well as the Greek, Roman, and Egyptian mythology in another paper in this level of learning, I think we need to take a peek at who Lord Vishnu actually is, while keeping in mind that more evidence will be provided later.

Matsya is the avatar of Vishnu, the “fish-god,” who warned King Manu (Utnapištim/Noah) about the Great Deluge.[61] In the Sumerian creation story, who was it that warned Utnapištim about the Flood and told him to build an Ark? Who was depicted as a fish-god, coming up from the ocean at dusk to teach mankind different things of importance, just to disappear into the ocean at dawn? His name was Oannes—perhaps better known as Lord!

In the Vedas, being an “Avatar” of somebody doesn’t mean the same thing as when I have been using the term “Avatar” in a previous level. An Avatar in the Vedas is simply an incarnation of another being—e.g. if we say that Matsya is the avatar of Vishnu, it means that Matsya is a physical incarnation of Vishnu or Lord Vishnu’s Spirit split into another soul fragment.

 This simple cross-check between mythological texts reveals that Vishnu indeed is Lord himself, who is the mastermind behind the computer which creates the holographic universe in which we are trapped!

To understand the entrapment, there is no better way than comparing it with a computer system, simply because that’s what it is! Not only that—the whole Universe is probably operating as a super computer system. I am of course not the only one who has been suggesting this, but I will try to use analogies that are more easily understood than the sometimes complex explanations I have seen online and in most books. Besides, the Vedas, although they are not using the term “computers,” are basically describing a virtual reality program when they talk about the material universe. I was very compelled by Richard L. Thompson’s explanation of how this virtual reality works. Therefore, I want to quote him in length on it, and afterward, we will discuss the difference between the Goddess-made virtual reality and the false universe that created for us to be trapped in.

Quote #19: The parallel between the Vedic conception of the universe and a computer can be made more explicit by introducing the concept of a virtual reality system. It is possible to create an artificial world by computer calculation and equip human participants with sensory interfaces that give them the impression of entering into that world. For example, a participant will have small TV screens placed in front of his eyes that enable him to see from the vantage point of the virtual eyes of a virtual body within the artificial world. Likewise, he may be equipped with touch sensors that enable him to experience the feel of virtual objects held in that body’s virtual hands. Sensors that pick up his muscle contractions or his nerve impulses can be used to direct the motion of the virtual body.

Many people can simultaneously enter into a virtual world in this way, and they can interact with one another through their virtual bodies, even though their real bodies may be widely separated. Depending on their status, as recognized by the computer’s superuser, the different virtual bodies may have different powers, and some of these powers might be invoked by uttering code words, or mantras.

An extremely powerful virtual reality system provides a metaphor for the Vedic universe of māyā, or illusion, in which conscious souls falsely identify themselves with material bodies. Of course, this metaphor should not be taken literally. The universe is not actually running on a digital computer. Rather, it is a system of interacting energies which, according to the Vedic conception, has features of intelligent design and organization reminiscent of certain manmade computer systems.[62]

I agree with Thompson that the Universe created by the Goddess is not a literal computer system, but lacking other terms to describe it, I think the metaphor with a computer works. It will work even better when we are describing Lucifer’s hijack of Planet Gaia—our own Earth.

As discussed in Level I, our DNA is not restricted to our physical bodies, and neither are the chakras. With our DNA, we are connected to the entire universe—not only the 4%, but the whole KHAA. The DNA is fluid and ever-changing, as we are changing—both on a physical and non-physical level. simply disconnected us from the KHAA (dark matter and dark energy), but left approximately 4% of the whole Universe for us to experience.

I want the reader to really grasp the following concept now, unless you already have: I call the KHAA “dark matter” and “dark energy” simply because this is how science looks at it, and they are terms that are used here on Earth. Therefore, I use them, too, in order to make it simpler and not confuse things too much. However, dark matter and dark energy (the “Spiritual Universe”) are only “dark” because we have been disconnected from them. The 4% which we can see is not dark in our terms because we see that something is there, whether it’s galaxies, stars, nebulae, planets, and the rest of the material things we can see. Because we only use approximately 4-5% of our DNA, and consequently, around 4-5% of our brain capacity can we perceive only circa 4-5% of the entire KHAA! The rest appears like darkness to us, when in fact, that “darkness” will turn into light once our DNA again is fully connected—DNA is light encoded filaments.

When this is fully understood, we can go on to the next phase of’s project. For him, it wasn’t enough to let us randomly perceive about 4% of the Universe—he also wanted to dictate what 4% of the Universe he wanted us to see! He did not want us to randomly perceive a minimal frequency of the electromagnetic spectrum because then we may perceive something he did not want us to perceive. This is where an actual computer system comes into the picture. Our own computer systems here on Earth are just children’s toys in comparison with the one is using on us—but, as above so below. Note here that I don’t mean that sits somewhere, working with a Microsoft computer software—it is so much more sophisticated than that. “Computer” is a wide concept and does not necessarily mean a physical machine with a screen and a keyboard.

It seems to me, after I’ve done my research, that the hologram that the AIF is projecting is instigated on Saturn, relayed on the Moon (or Mars—or both!), and then hits Earth with intended intensity[SP2] . What it looks like to me is that, whom the Pleiadians call the most brilliant scientist this world has ever seen and, perhaps, the most brilliant one in the Universe (something I highly doubt), created a software which “blacked out” certain parts of the cosmos and highlighted others, being careful that the end result would still be around 4%, which is all we can perceive with our active DNA. The end result became what we see in the cosmic sky today—whether it is with our naked eyes or with the most spectacular telescope.

Thus, we have certain star constellations, which we can see with our naked eyes, or with binoculars—constellations which wanted to point out to us for different reasons—mainly for control reasons, I’m sure. Imagine the shock when we leave our bodies, go into the ether, leave the Grid behind us, and see the entire KHAA in front of us. If we think that the 4% Universe we can see now is majestic and exquisitely beautiful, then imagine how it would be to see the whole thing! I am repeating this concept over and over in my papers, trying to approach it from different angles, so the reader can make himself or herself prepared when the day comes for him or her to approach this majestic and seemingly endless scenery. It can be overwhelming to begin with, but from what I’ve heard from certain sources is that we rather quickly get used to it and will appreciate the incredible beauty that the Goddess once created. Play with this thought when you can and literally think about it just before you fall asleep—get used to the idea!

I would like to quote Thompson some more because it opens up the doors to discussions (my emphasis is underlined).

Quote #20: Within the overall illusion of māyā, there are many subillusions. The overall illusion causes one to forget the omnipotence of the Supreme, and the subillusions cause one to forget the cosmic managerial hierarchy set up by the Supreme within the material universe. All of these illusions allow the individual soul to act by free will, even though he is actually under higher control.

At the same time, the illusions are not so strong that an individual who wants to seek out the truth is unable to do so. If māyā were so strong as to stop any effort to find the truth, then this too would block people’s free will. According to the Vedic system, the Supreme Being arranges for teachers to descend into the material world to give transcendental knowledge to the conditioned souls. By the arrangement of māyā, people will always have plentiful excuses for rejecting these teachers if they so desire.[63]

This whole quote is very interesting and is telling us exactly which universal program the Vedas are talking about. First, the KHAA—the free Universe—is not built on hierarchies. Although I can imagine that there are star races in the KHAA that have created hierarchal systems, it’s a rarity rather than the norm. In the Orion Empire, there is a queen and a king, but according to what I have learned, it’s not a hierarchal structure. Everybody has their say, and no one is considered above anybody else because they know that we are all from the “body” of the Prime Creatrix, and therefore, equal in value. Even in their military, there is equality. There are certain beings who lead the troops, but it’s not like here on Earth, where the Captain’s orders are totally authoritarian—anyone can question, and anyone’s voice is heard. In the Vedas, there is a clear hierarchal structure from top to the bottom, and it’s easy to see that this is where the pyramidal structure we see on Earth is originating from.

Second, the “Supreme Being” in the Vedic system is—something I will prove without any doubt throughout these papers—and he is the one who sends down the “teachers” to Earth, although most of the time it is himself who descends as the teacher by incarnating as certain famous beings we know from history. The reader already knows about some of them—we have Thoth, Osiris, and Jesus, of course, fitting into this category, but before the end of Level V, the reader will know about many more. The point is that here on Earth, and Marduk are still in control. Fewer people than we may think have actually seen through the illusion and the manipulation enough for them to break out of it. We need to recognize that we exist outside the computer program and that we can’t break out until we have realized this fact in our own minds and there is a willingness to continue accepting it. Once we leave the Grid behind us, our DNA will once again lighten up, and the Universe, with all of its dimensions, will literally lie wide open in front of us! BUT this will only happen if we are willing to accept the above concept! If we don’t, our “disconnected” DNA will stay disconnected, and we will not be able to leave. However, don’t let this shock or dismay you—it’s not that complicated. Just look inside yourself and see what is acceptable for you. What makes sense and what doesn’t? Make up your mind, and that’s basically what you need to do. As I said—it’s not complicated, so don’t make it more complicated than it is.

X. Star Beings in the Vedas and  More on How they Travel

Another compelling thing is that I’ve found the Vedas confirm much of what I’ve been saying regarding star beings. In the beginning, I used this term quite loosely when I talked about aliens, and I did it on purpose, thinking that someone may have thought about why I used that term.

I use it, which I explained later, because of what the term actually denotes—it denotes a being from a star. It doesn’t denote a being from a planet, but from a star. I have argued that many (but not all) intelligent aliens in the Universe are basically born inside star, i.e. suns. How can a being live in such a hot planetary body, some may ask? It’s because in other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS), the Sun is not hot in the way we experience it in our 3-D reality. We can live on planets, and they can live in suns—albeit, as soul beings (Fires), we were most possibly born in a sun (or suns) as well—we may not know, or comprehend that now, but we will in time.

Richard L. Thompson had a degree in ancient texts, and he spent a big part of his life specifically researching the Vedas. Here is another quote from his book (italic in original),

Quote #21: The sun, the moon, and the planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are called graha, and they are all regarded as being inhabited. (However, I have not come across any references to Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto[64] in Vedic texts.)[65] Not surprisingly, the inhabitants of the sun are regarded as having bodies of fiery energy, and the bodies of the inhabitants of other planets are said to be built from types of energy suitable for the environments on those planets.[66]

Information indicates that the other planets in our solar system, besides Earth, are inhabited as well—in some shape or form. Of course, we wouldn’t find much of what we call intelligent life if we explored them from 3-D ships, as these beings are other-dimensional, but there is no reason why there wouldn’t be beings there—if for no other reason than to exploit their resources. However, if we land on some of the moons of the gas planets, we may find some 3-D activity going on there—so also on our own moon.

The Vedas distinguish between beings who live in the stars as being fiery beings, and those who live on planets as being built from energy “suitable for the environments on those planets.”[67] This can be interpreted in more than one way, but it does correspond with what I’ve been suggesting. We are beings of fire, and where is fire coming from in cosmic terms? It is coming from the stars/suns, I would suggest—thus beings of fire, or Women of fire, etc. Our souls are created from fire, and the suns are living entities, who can give birth to beings and whole star races. However, I also said that not all beings are possibly born inside of a star—some souls may be born in “space,” or on planets (which can also be very intelligent beings, at least those possessed with a spirit, such as Earth). On the other hand, the Vedas also hint at that beings living on planets—even if they once were born inside a star—may accumulate other energies, which make them more suitable for their environment of choice.

We have already talked a little bit about different ways that beings traveled between stars in the Vedic books. Everything is there—everything from solid, material spaceships to using interdimensional craft and to bilocation and nano-travel (travelling in thought form). Something that is very often mentioned in the texts are the vimānas, which are aerial vehicles that could be grossly physical machines, or they could be made of two other kinds of energy, which we may call subtle energy and transcendental energy.[68] These were the machines of the gods and were not constructed by humans—albeit, humans sometimes acquired them from more technically advanced beings (where have we heard that before? Isn’t that what is going on right now behind the scenes? History indeed repeats itself).

If we read the Vedas more carefully, we see that vimāna is a common name for several different kinds of flying vehicles—they could be anything from flying wooden-type airplanes to advanced interstellar vehicles, used by certain technologically inclined gods to travel between the stars. The latter types had very similar characteristics to those reported as UFOs in today’s world.

Thompson points out an important and quite remarkable thing when it comes to the Vedic texts. Nowhere are the terms “dimensions” or “other planes of existence” mentioned. Instead, when space travel is described (which is a common thing), it is told from the experience of the traveler and not in technical or metaphysical terms. This can actually be to the advantage for the reader because it makes it easier to relate to such experiences—at least on some occasions. Although dimensions are not mentioned, it is absolutely obvious that what is described is just that—beings traveling through dimensions other than 3-D. Occasionally, Earth-bound humans are also allowed to travel through space and time.

Amazing also is that the Vedas refer to stars as persons (or beings) or sometimes even person who is normally the ruler of that particular star, or its predominant inhabitant.[69] In other words, they find it normal to think of stars and star beings in this way—something modern man has since long forgotten, or we have rather been “re-educated” not to believe such things. I am not the first person in modern time to refer to stars as being inhabited or being living entities themselves, but still don’t hear too much about it elsewhere. However, in time, this will be more and better understood.

Many people discard the Vedic texts, referring to the people living at that time as uneducated and highly superstitious with a vivid imagination. This is a fatal mistake and quite an arrogant statement from people who have not actually looked into these scriptures but think they know what the scriptures are about.

We need to remember that when ancient people were in direct contact with the gods, they had to describe their experiences from their level of knowledge. They may have been uneducated in certain terms, but compared to today’s common man, these ancient people had experiences that most of us have never had, and therefore, having first-hand experiences, they may, in certain terms, be considered more educated than we are.

One example of what I mean is that the ancient Indians knew the diameter of the Earth as being 8000 miles, which is close enough to our modern figures.[70] Moreover, the same text gives the diameter of the moon as 480 yojanas, which is about 2400 miles. This can be compared with modern 2160 miles.[71]

x.i. The Star Lanes Described in the Vedic Texts    

Since Level II, I have written about Pesh-Meten, one of the star lanes that is used here in Sector 9, mainly for business and trade but also so that some star races can travel on the cosmic currents across the galaxy and beyond. This is just one star lane of many, and we discussed this in some detail in Level IV. The Vedic texts describe the same kind of star lanes, used by the cosmic beings.

x.ii. Pitr-yāna—the Star Lane of Death and the Planets of Hell

One of the star lanes is called Pitr-yāna in Sanskrit, which means road to the ancestors[72], or path of the fathers[73]. It is said in Višṇu Purāna to begin near the constellations of Scorpio and Sagittarius and extend to the south in the direction of the star Agastya, also known by us as Canopus.[74] [75] This star lane in particular was traveled, for instance, by the Vedic hero, Arjuna, and it’s interesting how the texts describe where he starts these journeys. It says that “Arjuna entered a region of stars where there was no light from the sun, the moon, or fire.”[76] What is described here sounds very much like the KHAA—beyond māyā. Moreover, it says that Arjuna was “driving on the roadway of the Siddhas,”[77] which is something that is mentioned over and over in the texts, referring to the cosmic energies—the Siddhas. The Siddhas can possibly also be translated to “cosmic winds.” Pitr-yāna is also spoken of as the “road of the stars” and the “path of the gods,”[78] which I am quite certain refers to Pesh-Meten.

Here follows a more thorough description of the Pitr-yāna star lane:

Quote #22: According to the Viṣṇu Purāṇa, this roadway lies to the north of the star Agastya, and south of Ajavithi (the three naksatras Mula, Purvasadha, and Uttarasadha, outside of the Vaisvanara path). The region of the Pitas, or Pitrloka, is said in Vedic literature to be the headquarters of Yama, the Deva who awards punishments to sinful human beings … This region, along with the hellish planets, is said in the Bhāgavata Purāņa to lie on the southern side of the universe, to the south of Bhu-mandala, the earthly planetary system.[79] [80]

Let us start with clearing up the different terms in the above quote. First we have “Agastya,” which we mentioned before was the star Canopus. Mŭla corresponds to the stars ε, ζ, η, θ, ι, κ, υ, λ, μ and ν Scorpii in the tail/sting of Scorpius.[81] Mŭla lies in this nakshatra (lunar node), which is one of the 27 sectors along the ecliptic. Purvasadha and Uttarasadha (above) correspond to parts of the constellations Scorpio and Sagittarius, and the star Canopus belongs to the constellation Carina. The star lane also continues into the Carina-Sagittarius spiral arm of the Milky Way, and with the star Canopus mentioned in particular, we can get a feel for where something important may reside. What could that be?

Fig. 11. The Pitr-yāna star lane, in a galactic perspective coming in from Scorpius, via Sagittarius and toward the Galactic Center. Here we can also see the Sun and the Orion Arm, in perspective to the star lane.

Well, if we continue reading from the quote above, we find something very interesting. Along the Pitr-yāna star lane we have the headquarters of Yama. Yama, or Yamaraja, is the Vedic Lord of Death! Thompson writes,

Quote #23: Those familiar of Yama are charged with the conduction of time.

The latter are functionaries equipped with mystic powers that enable them to regulate the process of transmigration of souls. Yama is the Vedic lord of death, who supervises the process of transmigration.[82]

There is more! Thompson continues discussing Yama in another part of his book, mentioning Whitley Strieber’s famous encounters with the small Grays. Strieber has said that his visitors told him, “We recycle souls.”[83] Strieber, naturally, pondered a lot over this statement and came up with the following idea: “Could it be that the soul is not only real, but the flux of souls between life and death is a process directed by consciousness and supported by artistry and technology?”[84]

This is entirely a Vedic statement and so is the corollary that our actions are watched and evaluated by beings who control our destination between lives. Lord Yama being the Vedic Lord of Death, supervising the process of transmigration, corresponds totally to what I have conveyed in previous levels of learning. The Grays are the coordinators of the afterlife process, according to Strieber’s visitors, Nigel Kerner[85], and myself, to name a few. The two former consider the Grays being a star race of their own, with their own motives, but I consider them, in most cases, AIF beings in a space suit and in some cases future humans—half biological and half robotic—following the commands of their “superiors,” who are the AIF. These diverse Gray entities look slightly different from each other—thus, we have the diverse “races” of Grays that UFO researchers are describing (see previous levels of learning).

I am personally convinced, as the reader knows, that the “Grays” in both these forms are the ones who have been assigned the mission to get humans through the afterlife process, so we can be recycled again. However, the Grays may be executing the process of recycling souls, but they are not in charge of it. Therefore, who is Lord Yama? With our previous knowledge from Level IV, it is not that hard to figure out. Who is the Lord of the Underworld? We have learned that it is a being called King (or Lord) Nergal, who corresponds with Lord and later with his son, Lord Marduk. Together with Queen Ereškigal, these three are in charge, not only of the Underworld/Netherworld but also of all the afterlife dimensions. More about this later, from a Vedic perspective.

In the Fourth Level of Learning, we discussed a lot about star constellations, spiral arms, and who may use which star lanes etc., and Sagittarius was often mentioned as a very important constellation and spiral arm for both the AIF, the Goddess, and the Orion Empire. In the last millennia, in particular, Sagittarius has been related to a very special being:

Quote #24: The Babylonians identified Sagittarius as the god Nergal, a strange centaur-like creature firing an arrow from a bow.[22] It is generally depicted with wings, with two heads, one panther head and one human head, as well as a scorpion’s stinger raised above its more conventional horse’s tail. The Sumerian name Pabilsag is composed of two elements – Pabil, meaning ‘elder paternal kinsman’ and Sag, meaning ‘chief, head’. The name may thus be translated as the ‘Forefather’ or ‘Chief Ancestor’.[86]

Here we have Nergal mentioned once again, so we can, with good conscience, establish that Nergal/ (and to some degree, Marduk) is equated to the Underworld also in the Vedic texts. Moreover, we can see that Nergal, as the “elder paternal kinsman and Sag,” has elevated himself to become our “Forefather” or “Chief Ancestor”—we have heard this and similar stories many times now in the papers.

Now, let us return to Yama again. The following quote should give even more clarity to this discussion.

Quote #25: The Bhāgavata Purāṇa describes Naraka as beneath the earth: between the seven realms of the underworld (Patala) and the Garbhodaka Ocean, which is the bottom of the universe. It is located in the South of the universe. Pitrloka, where the dead ancestors (Pitrs) headed by Agniṣvāttā reside, is also located in this region. Yama, the Lord of Naraka, resides in this realm with his assistants.[2] The Devi Bhāgavata Purāṇa mentions that Naraka is the southern part of universe, below the earth but above Patala.[3] The Vishnu Purāṇa mentions that it is located below the cosmic waters at the bottom of the universe.[4] The Hindu epics too agree that Naraka is located in the South, the direction which is governed by Yama and is often associated with Death. Pitrloka is considered as the capital of Yama, from where Yama delivers his justice.[87]

Remember that the Vedas say that you can access the Universe—or the Multiverse—in two ways. You may reach out and journey outside of your body in order to reach your destination, or you can reach it by going inward to search for the destination inside your body. This is particularly interesting because this shows that at least initiated Indian people knew how to use their physical bodies to travel across the Universe.

The star Canopus (alpha Carinae) has, in the Vedic texts, been pointed out as the destination of souls after departing the human body—at least as one of the destinations. We have, 1) The Underworld, 2) the ether around our planet and 3) Canopus, or alpha Carinae, a white-yellow supergiant star of F-type, approximately 300 light-years from Earth. If I may, I’d perhaps suggest that all these three destinations are plausible, but not at the same time. Souls may go to one place first, being transmigrated to the second station at one point and end in the third, where the soul is getting directions and advice by the Council of Elders[88]before she (the soul) is shot down into a new body here on Earth. I have learned that Nergal/ has access to at least some of the Mes, or the Tablets of Destinies, from which Khan En.lil used to read to souls who were uncertain which path to choose next—it used to have a lot to do with education and the “Universities” that we talked about in Level IV. Now, in Nergal’s hands, we can presume that it has all been changed and distorted. Khan En.lil used to do the procedure in Arcturus, but apparently, if we are to believe the Vedic books, it’s done in Canopus these days—or was, when the texts were written.

Yama’s domain, however, is located “below the cosmic waters, at the bottom of the universe,” which corresponds closely with’s “Abzu,” the “bottomless pit,” or the “Netherworld,” where Lord Yama/Osiris/Nergal and his associates dwell: “Pitrloka, as mentioned, is considered being the capital of Yama, from where Yama delivers his justice.”

Loka in Sanskrit is often related to planets, and Pitr is the name for the dead, which makes Pitrloka denote the “Planet of the Dead,” or “Star of the Dead” (star and planet often being the same thing in Hindu religion), where Lord Yama delivers his “justice,” together with the Council of Elders. From what it sounds, Pitrloka is located either in the Canopus star system or very close by.

x.iii. Deva-yāna—the Pathway of the Gods

There are more star lanes mentioned in the different Vedic scriptures, so let us go ahead and discuss another one.

The Vedas also tell us precisely the path that the hero, Arjuna, who was half human and half Deva (which is what the Vedas would call a “demi-god” [a human hybrid in our terms]—more on this later), traveled. This is the description of another star lane, which is Sanskrit is called Deva-yāna.  Thompson explains:

Quote #26: It states that the Path of the Gods (deva-yāna) lies to the north of the orbit of the sun (the ecliptic), north of the Nāgavīthī (the nakṣatras Aśvinī, Bharanī, and Kŗttikā)  and south of the stars of the seven ṛṣis. Aśvinī and Bharanī are constellations in Aries, north of the ecliptic, and Kṛttikā belong to a group of 28 constellations[89] called nakṣatras in Sanskrit, and asterisms or lunar mansions in English. The seven ṛṣis are the stars of the Big Dipper in Ursa Major [which we learned earlier in this paper, Wes’ comment]. From this information, we can form a general idea of the Path of the Gods as a roadway extending through the stars in the northern celestial hemisphere.[90]

This is, for us, an interesting star lane because it takes us to both the much discussed Big Dipper and to the Pleiades (Kṛttikā).[91] Thus, the Vedas tell us that this lane goes through the northern sky—north of the Pleiades, and south of the Big Dipper (Ursa Major). Aśvinī and Bharanī are told to be constellations in Aries, and the pathway is going north of Aries as well. 

Fig.12. The Northern Hemisphere in April. Here we see Ursa Major in the north, 
Taurus (The Pleiades) in the north-east, and Aries in the east (right-click on image and choose “open image in new tab” to enlarge).

Another “star lane” is called Vihāyasa, which means “mystic skyway.” Of this one, not much is being said, except that it was used by a young princess called Ūṣā, who hired a female yogi named Citralekhā, who took Ūṣā’s lover, Aniruddha, from his bed while he was still sleeping and using her yogic power to take him away to meet with his girlfriend. Citralekhā was then using the mystic skyway, Vihāyasa, to travel from A to B. This may, however, not so much be a star lane as it is a metaphysical skyway here on Earth, which beings could use—perhaps similar to how we use roads and highways in 3-D—to quickly take us from one point to another.

Thereby, I hope I have given the reader a comprehensible introduction to the Vedic cosmology. Of course, it has only touched the surface—if that—but for our purpose, it will be all we need in order to understand what kind of ride Lord Vishnu and his cohorts are taking us on in the old Hindu scriptures.

Paper #2 will brief the reader on some of the most important and common species mentioned in the Vedas. Most of them are considered “demi-gods;” whereas, we would normally consider them being hybrids—not necessarily human hybrids, but interbred ET races.


The purpose for this series of papers, as with anything and everything I have been writing, is to express my own conclusions, based on the research I have done. It must in no way be considered the ultimate truth and must not be considered anybody else’s truth until that person has thoroughly thought these things through and decided that he or she may agree with what I have concluded, in part or as a whole. If somebody does not agree, it must be that person’s right to individual thinking.

Moreover, I do not want any religion, cult, secret society, or followers to be created out of my material. Also, I am not a guru or a leader of any kind, and I refuse to be treated or viewed as such. At the most, I am a student of the unknown and the mystics who wants to teach and share my experiences and the knowledge I think that I have gained.

Thank you,




[4] Ibid.


[6], qv.

[7] This word is hard to pronounce in our language—particularly if we use it in a sentence. Hence, it is probably more appropriate to pronounce it “Kaa,” just as it sounds.


[9] Ibid.

[10] Alien Identities, p. 269, op. cit.

[11] Bhaktivedanta, 1992, Part 11, p. 396.


[13] Chaitanya-charitamrita, Madhya 24.318, op. cit.,

[14] Srimad Bhagavatam 6.16.37.

[15] Srimad Bhagavatam 2.10.10, op. cit.

[16], op. cit.

[17] Ref.: Pleiadian lecture from around 2013.

[18] Various Pleiadian lectures, channeled by Barbara Marciniak.

[19] Thompson, p. 286



[22] , op. cit.

[23] Thompson, p. 207, op. cit.

[24] These are not the same as the particular scribes whom choose in order to write down our history. The latter were specially selected and moved to other solar systems in the Big Dipper.

[25] Thompson, p. 207.

[26] Ibid.

[27] However, there is growing group of people today, who are going back to the conclusion that Earth is flat—they call it “The Flat Earth Hypothesis.” The reader can google it and will find information about this.

[28] Bhāg. Pur. 10.75.13, 19, 22, 23, 26.

[29] Thompson, 1995, p.203.

[30] Thompson, 1989, pp. 74-78, 85-88.

[31] Thompson, “Alien Identities,” 1995, p.203, op. cit.

[32] Ibid., p. 208.

[33] Thompson, 1995, p.260.

[34] Ibid.



[37] Ibid.

[38] Ibid.

[39] To us, that doesn’t sound very ancient when we put it in our perspective, but we need to remember that we are way ahead of mainstream science, and for them, 5000 years back in time is ancient when it comes to human cultures and civilizations. Science still doesn’t understand that mankind, in different shapes and forms, have been present on this planet for millions—perhaps billions—or years.



[42] Ibid., op. cit.

[43], op. cit. (If a link is not working: before you discard it as a “dead link,” first check the following: when a URL starts with https, which indicates a secure webpage, it may not always work in some browsers. Either try and copy and paste the link to another browser, or delete the “s” in https and try again. My browser is set to “secure browsing,” and hence automatically adds the “s” to http wherever the webservers or browsers allow it—they don’t always do).

[44] Thompson, p.221, op. cit.

[45] Ibid.

[46] Ibid., p.222.

[47] Bhāgavata Purānas, 11.15.21., op. cit.





[52] Ibid.

[53] There are also those who have worked on debunking this whole story, saying that Tesla was working with the Global Elite altogether, and that he voluntarily used his genius to service the Elite, but was betrayed by them. As it often is, the truth is probably somewhere in between.

[54] Bhaktivedanta, 1982a, Canto 4, Part 3, pp. 31-32, op. cit. Also recited in Thompson, 1995, p. 220.

[55] Bhāg. Pur. 11.15.12, op. cit. Also recited in Thompson, 1995, p. 220.


[57] Bhattacharji, Sukumari (1970). The Indian Theogony: A Comparative Study of Indian Mythology from the Vedas to the Purānas, p.35-37. CUP Archive.

[58] Bhag. Pur. 3.26.1-72.

[59] Thompson, p. 306, op. cit.

[60], op. cit.


[62] Thompson, 1995, p.257, op. cit.

[63] Ibid., p.382, op. cit.

[64] When Thompson’s book was written, in 1995, Pluto was still a planet.

[65] There may be a reason for this. According to John Lamb Lash, who has deep studied the Gnostic Nag Hammadi texts, says that the Archons, who would in part correspond with the AIF, were only in charge of the planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto were not mentioned in the Nag Hammadi texts. The mentioned planets, however, were given to the Archons by the Goddess Sophia, who is the Goddess’ embodiment of Planet Earth (I call Her Gaia in my papers).

[66] Thompson, 1995, p.204, op. cit.

[67] Ibid., op. cit.

[68] Ibid., p.201ff.

[69] p.203, op. cit.

[70] Sŭrya-siddhānta; Sastrin, 1860, p.11, and Thompson p.203.

[71] Thompson, 1989, p.25.

[72] Spoken Sanskrit Dictionary.


[74] Wilson, 1865, pp.47-84.

[75] Thompson, p. 229.

[76] p.264.

[77] p.265.

[78] Hridayānanda, 1992, Part 13, pp.447-48.

[79] Bhag. Pur. 5.26.5.

[80] Thompson, p.264, op. cit.


[82] Thompson, p.262, op. cit.

[83] Strieber, 1988, p.241.

[84] Strieber, 1988, p.210.

[85] “The Song of the Greys,” and “Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls.”



[88] See Michael Newton’s books on the Afterlife.

[89] Some say 27 constellations [Wes’ comment].

[90] Thompson, p.264, op. cit.


2 thoughts on “Fifth Level of Learning, Paper 1: Hindu Cosmology

  1. Hello Wes,
    I respectfully disagree with your theory that Shiva is Enki/marduk and his wife Ereskigal. I was brought up in the Brahmanical Vedic tradition where Vedas are mostly orally passed on from one generation to the next. Having said that, I am no expert in the Vedas or Sanskrit language even after 15 years of study in both subjects. I was born into a community that practices Shaktism. Only after reading your papers did I connect the dots and realize that she is the Queen of Orion from her characteristics described in your papers. The mother goddess is ironically a non-aryan deity who was worshiped by the aborigines in India before the “Aryans” came to India. I believe that the Aryans who came to India were the AIF.

    My origins are in the western state of Goa and the two main temples there are dedicated to the Mother goddess known as Shanta durga and her consort Shiva. As Shantadurga she sits on a throne wearing a gold crown with fish carved on either side of her crown.
    As children we were taught the peculiar characteristics of the gods. The mother goddess is a physical manifestation of Adi Parashakti. In sanskrit, Adi= ancient, from the beginning, para=supreme, shakti=energy (the primordial energy) She is a cunning strategist in war and peace. She almost always wins against her husband who she defeats in games of dice and chess. It is believed that he lost all his possessions to her in a game of dice and dejected came to Goa to be away from her. However, she follows him everywhere he goes and likes to keep an eye on his whereabouts. She takes care of all matters pertaining to the world (ensuring peace and justice are her priorities) and its creations like a queen does. She is also a very devoted and protective mother to 2 sons called Ganesha and Skanda/Kartikeya. Both were created from her body as per the ancient texts and are not biologically Shiva’s sons.

    Ganesha is the elephant god who is the head of the Ganas (army of ghosts, goblins and misfits) Could this be the Mikh makh warriors? I don’t know. In sanskrit, Gana=misfits and Esha=god or one who leads. Ganesha’s animal or mount is a mouse. He is an extremely popular god in India. While learning Sanskrit, I asked my teacher why he had the head of an elephant and the reply was that he might have been wearing an astronaut’s helmet which was construed as an elephant’s head. Wasn’t prince Ninurta known as the lord of the airways?

    Skanda is the brother that is not worshiped in our community. In fact he is non existent and I always wondered why that was. His name translates as one who attacks or leaps. He is also the god of war with peacock as a mount. He is the one known as “Enki”.

    Shiva is the goddess’ consort and has his own temple ( The dog like wolfen being is portrayed on the top of his crown. This is not found in the mother goddess’ temple. He is characterized as mostly quiet and detached from worldly affairs which he leaves to his wife. He never expects anything is return if asked for favors. He does go into a flying rage if provoked but is known to calm down very quickly. He is likened to a coconut, hard from the outside but soft from the inside. His wife has a very calming effect on him and is dependent on her spiritually and emotionally. Without her, he has no power. He is however the goddess’ muscle power. She is the brains and he is the brawn. Together they are the power couple! I believe he is Anu.

    In the ancients texts, Shiva lost his manhood while wandering around in the forest naked and aimlessly after his wife Sati committed suicide. He was in extreme emotional pain and didn’t realize he was naked. I do remember Anu losing his manhood to Alalu and believe that the story is a bit distorted in the Indian texts. When Shiva’s manhood fell on the ground, it is possible that it became the Linga (mark of Shiva) with the mother goddess’ yoni which implies that he is her consort and together they represent the primordial energy of the universe.

    The other theory I have is that the animals that symbolize these beings were probably used to describe some of their characteristics. The goddess is portrayed with a lion (royalty and a powerful being), Ganesh is symbolized by a mouse (humble but efficient), Shiva has Nandi (stubborn and strong) and Skanda with the peacock (egotistical and narcissistic).

    Given the above, I just know that Shiva is Anu and the Goddess is the Queen of Orion. Sitchin, Lessin and Tellinger have said otherwise but I believe that their theories are flawed for all of the reasons above.

    Your research on nano travel and how souls take up bodies is spot on and were concepts I was exposed to as a child. It is not a foreign concept for me but I can imagine how this might come as a shock to many people who would like to dismiss it outright.

  2. The Babalonians had fish gods also & on their priests back was an effigy of them. This can still be seen in the Catholic & Episcopalian churches, as a bishops Mitre head dress (a fishes head). – G.

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