I. The Nakshatras or Lunar Mansions
This paper will primarily discuss certain star systems and asterisms that different groups of extraterrestrials either originate from or have settled down in. We discussed this subject in Level IV to some degree, but now we want to look at it from a Vedic perspective and sometimes also from the perspective of other ancient texts in order to compare and envision where there may be some correlations.
To some extent, I did the same thing in Level IV, primarily from a Sumerian/Akkadian perspective—thus, I could leave that part out and immediately begin the exposure of where the Vedic counterparts of the gods dwell, but I have decided to do this differently. Instead, I will repeat some of the information from Level IV, but also add some material to it, and then, as soon as a previous star systems from Level IV has been reviewed, I will reveal the Vedic counterpart. This way, the reader, whether or not he or she has read Level IV, can compare the information from the two levels of learning and be able to see the correlation. This will make a longer paper, but I hope and think that it will also make a more interesting read.
Some people have commented to me over the years that it is not that important to know where the aliens come from—it’s enough to know that they are here. We see saucer-shaped UFOs in the skies, as well as cigar-ships, triangular ships, and many other different geometric shapes and forms, but the attitude from some is, why does it matter where they come from?
I certainly think it does for a few reasons. First, if our country is invaded by soldiers from another country, don’t we want to know who the enemy is and where it comes from? Then, on the flip side—if another country is helping us in any way, don’t we want to know who they are? Wouldn’t it be arrogant not to care? I think so. Second, and most important for our case—we want to compare the different star systems and constellations with other ancient texts to see if they correlate. If they do, there is a big chance that we have found the origins of a certain group of ETs. Of course, the records may not always tell the truth, and even if they correlate from one ancient text to another, they may still have been edited, or the information was wrong to begin with. Although this is always a dilemma, we may also ask ourselves why they would lie about their origins or whereabouts. From researching this subject for a number of years now, it seems to me that the Alien Invader Force (the AIF) is proud of their domains and what they have conquered. Hence, if you ask me, I would say that we probably can generally trust the records in this case, albeit they may also “brag,” and say they conquered more space than they actually did, but again, when looking at it in context, it paints a picture that, to me, seems fairly correct. However, before we eagerly dig into this, we need to look at the term Nakshatras.
Nakshatra is a Sanskrit word and it literally means “star.”
Quote #1: Nakshatra (Sanskrit: नक्षत्र, IAST: Nakṣatra) is the term for lunar mansion in Hindu astrology. A nakshatra is one of 27 (sometimes also 28) sectors along the ecliptic. Their names are related to the most prominent asterisms in the respective sectors.
The starting point for the nakshatras is the point on the ecliptic directly opposite to the star Spica called Chitrā in Sanskrit (other slightly different definitions exist).
The nakshatras of traditional bhartiya astronomy are based on a list of 28 asterisms found in the Atharvaveda (AVŚ 19.7)
In classical Hindu mythology (Mahabharata, Harivamsa), the creation of the nakshatras is attributed to Daksha. They are personified as daughters of the deity and as mythological wives of Chandra, the moon god, or alternatively the daughters of Kashyapa, the brother of Daksha.
Each of the nakshatras is governed as ‘lord’ by one of the nine graha in the following sequence: Ketu (South Lunar Node), Shukra (Venus), Ravi or Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Mangala (Mars), Rahu (North Lunar Node), Guru or Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shani (Saturn) and Budha (Mercury). This cycle repeats itself three times to cover all 27 nakshatras. The lord of each nakshatra determines the planetary period known as the dasha, which is considered of major importance in forecasting the life path of the individual in Hindu astrology.
In Vedic Sanskrit, the term nákṣatra may refer to any heavenly body, or to “the stars” collectively. The classical sense of “lunar mansion” is first found in the Atharvaveda, and becomes the primary meaning of the term in Classical Sanskrit.
As it says here, “The starting point for the nakshatras is the point on the ecliptic directly opposite to the star Spica,” which makes it quite possible that Lucifer’s Rebellion and the Galactic War that followed were planned and started somewhere in the neighborhood of the Spica star system.
Now we also learn that there are 27 or 28 sectors along the ecliptic, and each sector is dominated by a prominent star. I dare say that these prominent stars are the stars inhabited by the AIF—they are the star systems they have conquered over the eons. Some belonged to the Orion Empire before the invasions, but not all of them. Others were just invaded because they were good strategic outposts. Some say that our solar system, Sol, was invaded because of its strategic position in the middle of Pesh-Meten, the “business- and trade route in Sector 9,” but we know that there were other reasons as well.
If we again put our eyes on Quote #1 (above), we see that the Lord of each nakshatra determines the planetary period, which is known as the dasha. This is considered of major importance in forecasting the life path of individual humans in Hindu astrology.
If we really start pondering here, what is astrology? In modern terms, astrology is the position of the stars and their asterisms, which are supposed to determine our present and future. We mention stars and planets in association, but what about the “Lords?” Apparently they had a lot to say about it in Vedic time, so why not now? I just want to mention that there are many ways to manipulate a human.
In Quote #1, the first sentence, Lunar Mansion is mentioned. Let us take a look at what that is.
Quote #2: A lunar mansion is a segment of the ecliptic (often called a station, or house) through which the moon moves in its orbit around the earth, often used by ancient cultures as part of their calendar system. In general, though not always, the zodiac is divided into 27 or 28 segments relative to fixed stars – one for each day of the lunar month, which is 27.3 days long – and the position of the moon is charted with respect to those fixed segments. Since the position of the moon at given stage will vary according to the position of the earth in its own orbit, the mansions of the moon are an effective system for keeping track of the passage of seasons.
The Nakshatras or Nákṣatras (lit. “stars”) are the Indian form of the lunar mansions. They usually number 27 but sometimes 28 and their names are related to the most prominent constellations in each sector. They start from a point on the ecliptic precisely opposite the star Spica (Sanskrit: Chitrā) and develop eastwards. In classical Hindu mythology, the creation of the nakshatras is attributed to Daksha. They were wives of Chandra, the moon god. The nakshatras of traditional bhartiya astronomy are based on a list of 28 asterisms found in the Atharvaveda (AVŚ 19.7) and also in the Shatapatha Brahmana. The first astronomical text that lists them is the Vedanga Jyotisha. The mansions are important parts of Indian astrology.
Lunar Mansions are, in other words, just the Moon and how it moves and affects the different “Houses” in Vedic astrology. In order to keep things simple, there is no need for us to distinguish between Nakshatras and Lunar Mansions—it will make no difference in respect to what we will discuss. Nevertheless, I want the reader to at least have seen that there is a distinction. We may, in a later discussion, bring in “Lunar nodes” however, but I will explain when that time comes.
Not only do we have a “Lord” and a “Deity” for each nakshatra, we are also going to see how well the star systems they are in control of correspond with star systems we have mentioned in the previous level of learning.
We are going to start with Mother Goddess and Khan En.lil and a few asterisms they are in control of (aside from the obvious Orion), and go from there. I will normally explain in Sumerian/Akkadian/Greek/Roman/Egyptian/Arabic terms first—or any of these six ancient mythologies, followed by the Vedic ones, in order to make it easier for the reader to follow and not having to go back and forth between Level IV and Level V.
II. Star Systems and Constellations in Domain of the Orion Empire
Before we begin, there is one thing I want to remind the reader of continuously—throughout all these papers, we are usually only covering a little tiny piece of space compared to what is out there. If we look at our own galaxy, the Milky Way, for example (fig. 1), we see the circled area. That’s approximately the section of the galaxy that we are covering with our constellations—it’s a mind-blowing small part of the Universe. Especially as there are billions of other galaxies similar to ours out there (and this is just in the 4% Universe). Essentially, we know very little, or next to nothing, about what is going on in the Universe outside the white circle in fig. 1.
Let us begin with the star systems and constellations close to our own solar system, which we know with quite some certainty belong to the Orion Empire.
Cetus. Cetus refers to a “sea monster” in Greek mythology. Today, however, we call it “a whale.” This constellation is located in the part of the sky that contains other water signs, such as Aquarius, Pisces, and Eridanus.
Mother Goddess has of course always been associated with the Ocean—i.e. the Cosmic Ocean as well as the oceans of the Earth because She is also the incarnation of Planet Gaia, before someone with ill intentions and a big ego changed the name to EArth.
Interestingly enough, in the 1700s, Cetus was also depicted as a “dragon fish,” which is another clue (Queen Nin is of the Dragon race). Another association comes directly from the Bible:
Quote #1: In Jonah2:1 (1:17 in English translation), the Hebrew text reads dag gadol (דג גדול), which literally means “great fish”. The Septuagint translates this phrase into Greek as mega ketos (μέγα κῆτος). The term ketos alone means “huge fish”, and in Greek mythology the term was closely associated with sea monsters. Jerome later translated this phrase as piscis grandis in his Latin Vulgate. However, he translated the Greek word kētos as cetus in Gospel of Matthew 12:40: “For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.”
This is highly symbolic. The belly of the huge fish, also associated with a whale, is a metaphor for a female womb. What womb are they talking about? Any womb? No, I would suggest they are talking about the Womb of the Mother, just as Artemis is referred to as the “Goddess of the Hunt” as well as the “womb.” Also, in the reference to Cetus in Wikipedia, it says that “Cetus has also been variously depicted with animal heads attached to a piscine body.” This links Cetus with Pisces and Orion (the Hunter). The most prominent star in Cetus is Mira, which is a red giant, located 200-400 light-years from Earth.
Pisces. When we look at the constellation of Pisces from a mythological standpoint, we soon find that it is related to Poseidon/Neptune, Vishnu, Christ, Aphrodite, and Eros. These gods are all epithets of En.ki. However, when we backtrack and take a look at the Sea monster in Cetus, we see that Mother Goddess was already associated with fish before the AIF did their claim, and the male aspect of the monster, Typhon, was on the side of the Titans and therefore also Orion. Thus, I would say with quite some certainty that this star sign was hijacked by the Patriarchs sometime after Lucifer’s Rebellion, and at least to some degree belongs to them at this point, and a rewriting of records took place somewhere along the line.
Pisces has the constellation Aquarius to the west and Aries to the east. Al Rischa is its brightest star, and is a white A2 star, 139 light-years away.
Eridanus is another water-sign, represented by a river—usually the Po River in old Greece. It’s placed to the south of Orion’s foot, and its name comes from being Orion’s “footstool.” Eridanus is yet another constellation that was taken over by the AIF—either during the original Wars in Heaven or later in history.
Quote #2a: Hesiod, in the Theogony, calls it “deep-eddying Eridanos” in his list of rivers, the offspring of Tethys. Herodotus (III, 115) points out that the word Eridanos is essentially Greek in character, and surmises that consequently the river supposed to run around the world is probably a Greek invention. He associated it with the river Po, because the Po was located near the end of the Amber Trail. According to Apollonius of Rhodes and Ovid, amber originated from the tears of the Heliades, encased in poplars as dryads, shed when their brother, Phaeton, died and fell from the sky, struck by Zeus’ thunderbolt, and tumbled into the Eridanos, where “to this very day the marsh exhales a heavy vapour which rises from his smouldering wound; no bird can stretch out its fragile wings to fly over that water, but in mid-flight it falls dead in the flames;” “along the green banks of the river Eridanos,” Cygnus mourned him—Ovid told—and was transformed into a swan. There in the far west, Heracles asked the river nymphs of Eridanos to help him locate the Garden of the Hesperides.
Eridanus contains many stars, and it’s quite possible that some of them are still in the possession of the Orion Empire. The star we are perhaps most familiar with is Epsilon Eridani, only circa 10 light-years from Earth. In Ufology, we often hear that star races who are visiting Earth or have visited Earth in the past are from this star system. Interestingly enough, astrophysicists have found that Epsilon Eridani has exoplanets orbiting its orange sun (see fig. 6 and fig. 7.)
In fig. 8 we can see a comparison between our own sun (to the lower right) and ε Eridani to the left, in sizes as well as in colors.
Ursa Major (The Big Dipper, The Great Bear Constellation.) This has been a major Sector 9 domain for the Orion Empire. The “Bear,” as we know, is associated with Mother Goddess. Also, according to our Vedic expert, Richard L. Thompson, the Big Dipper plays an important role in the Vedic texts. This is also, according to some, where the real “Seven Sisters” are located—they are the seven main stars that create the Great Bear Constellation. The Seven Sisters represent the Seven Dragon Queens, who are the “daughters” of the Queen of the Stars Herself.
Moreover, The Big Dipper and The Little Dipper are probably the two star constellation people have the easiest time finding in the night sky because they have such easy and distinguishable patterns.
ii.i. The Orion Empire in the Vedas
Now it’s time to look at the Vedas to see what they have to say about the origins of the Gods. Let’s start with the Owl Nebula (fig. 9.)
The Owl Nebula is located next to the star Dubhe—Alpha Ursa Major, which has a huge impact in the Vedic tales—something that is acknowledged by the Vedic expert, Dr. Richard L. Thompson. According to his research, the Rakshasas were descended from the celestial Sage Pulastya, whom apparently lives on one of the stars in the Big Dipper (Ursa Major) constellation. The Big Dipper in Sanskrit is Sapta-ṛṣi (Seven Sages). The Sages were said to be roughly human in shape and form with huge stature, great muscular strength, and frightening facial features, which included prominent teeth and pointed ears (another race with pointed ears and of huge stature were the Vulcans from the star system Vega—Mother Goddess’ Helpers when Planet Earth was seeded. We are also used to hearing about creatures with pointed ears in our fairy tales. Little do people know that these fairies and creatures in our children’s books are based on real creatures from out in the Universe). Some also describe the Rakshasas as short and quite wolf-like, albeit walking on two legs (similar to how I described the Sirian race in Level II—they and the Rakshasas may be one and the same species that has migrated over time).
Let us now look at the definition of Dubhe.
Quote #3: The traditional name Dubhe comes from the Arabic for “bear”, dubb, from the phrase ظهر الدب الاكبر żahr ad-dubb al-akbar “the back of the Greater Bear”. The other traditional name Ak was meaning The Eye.
Now it starts to get quite interesting. We know that the “Bear” is closely related to Mother Goddess, and here we have it in Arabic. We also have a reference to the “Eye,” as in Yoni, the “Eye of Creation.” Let’s move on, and we’ll get to the Vedas:
Quote #4: …This star as Kratu, one of the Seven Rishis.
Thus far, the Owl Nebula and Ursa Major both belong to the Orion Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, but stars change locations, and Ursa Major, the “Great Bear,” has always been a very important outpost for the Orion Empire.
Kratu and the Rishis are both Vedic terms that we can follow up on. Kratu, for some reason, it’s hard to find information on. However, there is some.
Quote #5: Kratu is no more widely known than Pulaha. He married Sannati (Humility), another daughter of Daksha, by whom he had “sixty thousand Bālakhilyas, pigmy sages no bigger than the joint of the thumb; chaste, pious, and resplendent as the rays of the sun.”
Quote #6: Kratu’s wife, Kriyā, gave birth to sixty thousand great sages, named the Vālakhilyas. All these sages were greatly advanced in spiritual knowledge, and their bodies were illuminated by such knowledge. Kriyā was the sixth daughter of Kardama Muni, and she produced sixty thousand sages, who were known as the Vālakhilyas because they all retired from family life as vānaprasthas.
If the reader recalls, the Rishis and the Sages are two terms for the same beings. They are, among other things, the scribes, who wrote down exactly what the first generation of Olympian gods told them. They were considered very wise and didn’t like confrontations, such as in battles and in wars. They were more artistically oriented, according to the Vedas. Rishis and Sages are of course also terms, like so many others, that were “borrowed” from the Orion Empire after the “Devas” had invaded. The equivalent to Rishis exist in Orion as well, but perhaps not as scribes—probably more as teachers of sorts.
Via the Orion Arm we now have a connection to Rishis, Mintaka, and the Orion’s Belt. Instead of just saying that the Rishis came from Ursa Major, we can now probably pinpoint them down even more, to having a direct link to the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy—the Womb of the Mother, or Yoni, the “Eye of the Mother.”
It is hard to find something very distinct beyond the “godhood” of Brahman/Brahma/Vishnu/En.ki. Aditi, who is Vishnu’s mother, and in Hinduism is the most prominent name for Mother Goddess, mentioned almost 80 times in the Vedas, but no hymn is dedicated to Her, although She is mentioned in some of them. Very little is said, which only makes sense, but we have at least managed to see a link between Orion and the Divine Feminine in the Indian texts.
III. Domains Conquered by the AIF with Marduk in Charge
Now, when we are going to link the AIF, I decided to start with Marduk and eventually get to En.ki. First, the star systems and constellations that Marduk seems to control are much fewer than the ones taken over by En.ki. Also, those over which En.ki controls are sometimes shared with Marduk. In fact, that is how I believe it was done—regardless of whom the AIF invaded, En.ki’s DAKH warriors were the ones doing the job. Often En.ki himself controlled the troops, and sometimes he passed the command over to Marduk. On occasion, En.ki simply let his son take command over a certain star race, star system, or asterism. This is why it seems that we must distinguish between the ownership of En.ki and the ownership of Marduk when it comes to certain stars and constellation. In reality, the two probably often shared ownership and command in many cases.
Regardless, I’ve decided to distinguish between father and son and what each of them own, according to the evidence we have. I want to begin with the star system that is most obviously Marduk’s domain.
Draco. Here we need to distinguish for those who are not that savvy in astronomy, astrophysics, and astrology. Draco is the star constellation itself—the asterism—while Alpha Draconis, or Thuban, is the alpha star in the Draco Constellation (see fig. 10.) The north pole of the ecliptic is in Draco —thus, Draco can be seen all year round will.
In UFOlogy, the Draco constellation is often said to be inhabited by vicious dragon-like aliens—something between Dragons and Reptilians. They are supposedly visiting us here on Earth, are most commonly known as Dracs or Dracos, and wouldn’t hesitate to kill humans. They are also famous for raping human females and sometimes make them pregnant. They are usually huge in stature and tremendously strong.
Very little of this is true, however. What people have experienced and seen are their experiences, and I am not going to invalidate them, but again, we have the shapeshifting phenomenon to take into consideration, understanding that an interdimensional star being can take on any shape and form he or she wants.
What seems to be true, however, is that the Draco Constellation once was a part of the Orion Empire as well—thereby the myth of the dragon-like beings we hear of. However, Draco was invaded a long time ago which was discussed in Level II and Level IV, and many of the original inhabitants of the asterism were brutally slaughtered by the AIF in a horrendous war. I know for a fact that this war took place, but at this point, I have very little details about what really happened other than that eventually the resistance broke down, and the Draco Headquarters in the Thuban star system was defeated. The few survivors of the original population, just as here on Earth—if we compare with the Namlú’u—were taken as prisoners and made into a slave race. This was a highly developed race before the AIF invaded and a space-faring race as well. They were also, in general, highly dedicated to the Orion Empire and its values. Hence, the Dragons who refused to become slaves were tortured and killed (unless they changed their minds), and a small minority started working for the AIF, as “Minions.” Marduk was given this star constellation as a reward from his father for being a great strategist (two warlords patting each other’s backs). This is the picture up until this day.
This is what some mythology has to say about it.
Quote #7: In Greco- Roman legend, Draco was a dragon killed by the goddess Minerva and tossed into the sky upon his defeat. The dragon was one of the Gigantes, who battled the Olympic gods for ten years. As Minerva threw the dragon, it became twisted on itself and froze at the cold North Celestial Pole before it could right itself.
Sometimes, Draco is represented as the demon son of Gaia, Typhon.
Minerva is the Roman counterpart to the Greek goddess Athena and also an Olympian goddess, indicating that she was an ally of the AIF. In fact, we have the mythology to prove it as well.
Quote #8: Although Athena appears before Zeus at Knossos — in Linear B, as [….], a-ta-na po-ti-ni-ja, “Mistress Athena” — in the Classical Olympian pantheon, Athena was remade as the favorite daughter of Zeus, born fully armed from his forehead.
Athena, at first, is Ishtar, depicted with her owls. She is also Inanna, Isis, but foremost—Queen Ereškigal, as we have discussed earlier. There are others who have made the same conclusion, such as Ellie Crystal of Crystalinks.com—a well-respected database on mythology, UFOlogy, mysteries, spiritual matters, and conspiracies. The webmaster says, “Ereshkigal was also Inanna and Ishtar…” and then she shows the evidence later on her page. What I managed to prove in Level IV was that Ereškigal took over the persona of the goddess with many names—Minerva, Athena, Aphrodite, Ishtar, Isis, and Inanna, to name a few. In other words, it was the infamous Ereškigal who helped “slaying the Dragon” in the Draco constellation with the rest of the AIF—or the Olympians, if you will. Just for the record, Ereškigal thus had a key role in the destruction and takeover of the Draco Constellation. However, she didn’t seem to be given any control over it, unless she is in charge of one or two of the smaller star systems in Draco.
Thuban is the alpha star in the Draconian asterism, and Thuban was the pole star in ancient times (something we also discussed in Level IV). Albeit it is not the brightest star in the constellation, it still got the Bayer designation Alpha Draconis—mostly because of its former position as the pole star, but perhaps also because of a more subtle reason, being the Headquarters of Marduk’s Draco Constellation. Marduk and Ereškigal are consorts today, from what it seems, and therefore, it is also likely that the Queen of the Underworld has some authority in that region of space—albeit, as I said earlier, we have little evidence of that.
I know I have brought this up before, but readers may ask how a rebel group, such as Lucifer’s, can just come in and take over entire star systems and sometimes entire asterisms. We can see the answer to that question here on Earth as well when we study Guerilla warfare. It is often harder to defeat an “invisible” enemy such as a guerilla group than it is to fight a legion of soldiers in open battles. This is also exactly what happened. Lucifer had planned these strikes for a very long time before he executed them, and once he attacked, he did it with guerilla warfare in mind. The Orion Empire, which was totally unprepared for such a treasonous act, lost control over the situation, and Lucifer’s allies managed to do more damage than can be imagined before the Empire eventually stabilized itself from the shock and managed to strike back. Not until then can we call it a “war.” Before then, it was simply strategic invasions, similar to when Hitler invaded Poland in 1939. After the initial shock, the real war started, and it hasn’t stopped since. Some say it will not stop until one of the two Empires is destroyed. Although this whole thing started quite badly for the Orions, they are now confident that Lucifer and his Empire will fall and be destroyed but the problem is that many star beings—including humans—will lose their lives before it’s over. In addition, how many star systems and entire constellations will perish before peace will come? No one has the answer to that.
However, Thuban is a star of spectral type A, which means it is white in color—quite similar to Vega, but bigger and more massive than both Vega and our own Sun. It’s distance from Earth is a little more than 300 light-years, although all these distances are just for the record—they don’t really mean anything, especially when space travel from one point in space to another can be instantaneous for a star race that masters nano-travel. If they don’t, there are Einstein-Rosen bridges to use. Ridiculously enough, I just read on a scientific website that astrophysicists now claim that there are no such things as black holes anywhere in space, but that’s a discussion for another time—just something I wanted to mention in passing.
Thus, in summary, there is some truth to the claims from the UFO community about the dragon-like Draconians, but the inhabitants vary extensively in appearance, from Draconian, to Reptilian, to the Aquatic Bird Tribe, to humanoid—and more. Again, it’s irrelevant because most of them are able to let their avatars shift shape and form as they see fit. There are no giant Reptilians walking around in Pentagon. Yes, there are probably beings from Draco there, but you and I wouldn’t be able to distinguish between them and the rest of the humans who work there—at least not by their looks. Those of us who have some background knowledge might be able to notice something “alien” about them, but it would be rather subtle, if any.
Last, I want to show another reference, indicating that Marduk represents the Draco Constellation (my emphasis in italics.)
Quote #9: Because Thuban was the pole star 5000 years ago the ancient Egyptians keenly observed it. Some of Draco’s stars were part of their constellation of Hippopotamus and some were of the Crocodile. They appear on the planisphere of Denderah and the walls of the Ramesseum at Thebes. The hieroglyph for the Hippopotamus was used for the heavens in general while the constellation is supposed to have been a symbol of Isis Rathor, Athor, or Athyr, the Egyptian Venus. Draco’s stars were also said to represent the falcon headed god Horus.
On occasion, we do see humanlike figures with crocodile heads in Egyptian and Sumerian artifact. For the most part, however, I’m sure that star beings were depicted in such a way only to emphasize which constellation they originated from. It didn’t necessarily have anything to do with how they looked like. I seriously doubt there were any “crocodile-headed aliens” walking around amongst humans in ancient times—it’s a matter of metaphors.
In Level IV, we discussed that Osiris (En.ki) and Isis gave birth to Horus, who is another name for Marduk.
In addition to being in charge of the Draco Constellation, Marduk also shared (and still shares) ownership of several other star systems and asterisms, which will be evident when we look at the Vedic information and the Nakshatras in relation to Marduk and En.ki. I have not completed much research into other mythologies, such as the Mayan, Aztec, Aborigine, Native Americans, Native Canadians, Scandinavian, and others. That may be something for the future because this level of learning will be long enough just to scratch the surface of the Vedas. Hence, I think it would be best to turn our attention to the Vedas to further show where Marduk has his responsibilities, aside from being “Lord of the Earth”, or “Satan,” or whomever (when Lucifer/En.ki is too busy elsewhere to use the title Satan. Some people have asked me if there is any comparison between the myths I’ve been researching and the beings in the Urantia Book when it comes to Satan and Caligastia, the “Devil.” In a sense, we can see Lord En.ki being Lucifer and Satan, while Marduk is Caligastia, the Devil who is Satan’s emissary on Earth).
Now, I want to once and for all emphasize that the Fifth Level of Learning is the last level, despite what I wrote in the previous paragraph. There will not be a Sixth Level of Learning. I am saying this so that the readers don’t misinterpret me and get false hopes (or nightmares, depending on what attitude they have toward the papers).
If we begin with comparing the Draco Constellation and its ownership between the Sumerian/Egyptian texts and the Vedas, the comparison is quite easy to find if we are willing to dig a little bit. In the Hindu religions there is a relationship between Draco and alligators, as we can see in the following reference.
Quote #10: In early Hindu worship, Draco is given the form of an alligator known as ‘Shi-shu-mara’.
Then, if we follow the trail, Shi-shu-mara shows to be the Hindu equivalent to the Egyptian god Sobek, or Sobek-Ra, which of course caught my interest further due to the Ra connection. When I look up Sobek I find the following:
Quote #11: Sobek first acquired a role as a solar deity through his connection to Horus, but this was further strengthened in later periods with the emergence of Sobek-Ra, a fusion of Sobek and Egypt’s primary sun god, Ra.
The “primary sun god, Ra” in Egypt is, of course, no one else than Amen-Ra, or just Ra—both being Marduk.
Betelgeuse. Don’t let us get fooled when told that the Goddess’ Empire is called the Orion Empire. One of the major outposts of the Queen’s Empire in this Galaxy is located in Orion’s Belt and in the Big Dipper (Ursa Major). I have explained this before, but just to be clear—the Empire has very little to do with Orion per se because it spans all over the Universe and into other universes as well, which is not so strange when we know that She (or Her “Higher Self”) is the Creatrix of them all. I am reviewing this so that the reader will understand how the AIF can be in control of Betelgeuse, the Super Giant star in the constellation of Orion. Even people who are not savvy in astronomy have probably heard the name of this star at some point in their lives.
Betelgeuse is also known as Alpha Orionis, and is thereby the brightest star in Orion, seen from our earthly perspective. It is also the ninth-brightest star in the night sky. The star is expected to turn into a supernova in the next few million years. Whether that will happen or not, I would suggest is probably more in the hands of non-celestial forces than natural forces. Also, we have a tendency here on Earth to think of events as linear when they are not.
The Hindu Nakshatras (lunar mansions) tell us that the star system of Betelgeuse is under the control of the god Rudra, who is another name of the god Shiva, who is the equivalent of Lord Marduk, as I explained earlier.
With Betelgeuse in the upper left corner of the Orion Constellation and with the three stars in Orion’s Belt not too far away, constellation-wise, it makes the star a strategic outpost for Marduk and the AIF. Notice also that we have the star system Taurus (which includes the Pleiades) in the northeast, with the star Aldebaran not too far away. This was the star that Lucifer fled to after he was cast out of the Orion Empire.
Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon Corvi. Corvus is an asterism that may not be as well-known as Orion and Draco, but in a way, it’s just as interesting. This constellation belongs to the Southern Hemisphere and is Latin for raven or crow. Again, we have an association to the Bird Tribe.
Also, notice Spica on the above star map, located not too far from Corvus in the southern night sky. If the reader remembers, Spica was directly involved when determining the starting point of the ecliptic as far as the Nakshatras are concerned. In fact, these four stars in Corvus, controlled by Surya (the Vedic names for Marduk) are also called Spica’s Spanker, or “the Sail,” with gamma and delta pointing towards Spica. Thus, we can imagine that Corvus has some significance to the AIF—again, most probably a strategic one. Delta Corvi, also called Algorab, is a double star. Algorab means Raven. In Greece, the Corvus asterism is associated with Apollo, who in Babylon was called Marduk (all this makes it obvious who is lurking in this asterism).
Alpha, Sigma, and Tau Scorpius. Scorpius is a large constellation in the Southern Hemisphere, close to the Galactic Center in the starry night sky. The most recognizable star in this asterism is probably α Scorpio, more commonly known as Antares, a red super-giant of spectral type M1. We have discussed Antares in other places, and I have previously showed the reader the following picture, but it never ceases to amaze me—it’s a comparison in size between our own Sun and Antares (fig. 15 below.) In Egypt it was the symbol of Isis in the pyramidal ceremonies—Marduk and Isis were lovers for a while, as discussed in Level IV (if we can call a rape/victim relationship a lover relationship. However, we’re dealing with perverts, so anything goes).
µ Scorpio is said to be the fastest known nova with a period of about ten years, but we also need to remember when we are talking about novae that they are seldom natural, but more often the consequence of a war in that region of space. Someone, when a situation gets heated, may blow up a star—things such as that happen!
In the list of Nakshatras, the three above-mentioned star systems in the Scorpius Constellation are controlled by Indra, an Avatar of Shiva, whom we know is Lord Marduk.
Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Iota Librae. If we once again look at fig. 16 above, we can see the Libra Constellation next to Scorpius. These four stars in Libra are jointly ruled by Lord Indra and Lord Agni—“Chief of the Gods” and the “god of Fire,” respectively.
Libra is also the home of the star Gliese 581, which is a star with a confirmed planetary system consisting of at least 6 planets, according to our scientists. Three of these 6 planets are considered being good candidates for life. Gliese 581 d and g are the most promising candidates, we are told, while Gliese c is considered to be the first earth-like extrasolar planet within its parent star’s habitable zone. The star, Gliese 581 does not have a Greek letter in front of it from what I have found, so I am therefore not sure to whom this star system belongs, but it’s quite likely that it is under control of the AIF. Gliese 581 is located 22 light-years from Earth and is a red dwarf star of spectral type M3. It is therefore smaller and colder than our own sun.
Libra basically refers to “scale” and “balance,” which again is interesting for us. Many are aware of that in Egyptian mythology (but also in the Sumerian and Babylonian texts, etc.) the scale in not only referred to as “justice,” but is also a reference to the Afterlife. We learn that when we meet our “Maker,” this being decides where we are going next depending on whether our heart weighs lighter than a feather. If not, we have not lived an ethical and moral life (read “obedient life”), and we will not go to Heaven. In Egypt and Sumer/Babylon, this task is executed by the Sun god or his cohorts.
Quote #12: Libra was known in Babylonian astronomy as MUL Zibanu (the “scales” or “balance”), or alternatively as the Claws of the Scorpion. The scales were held sacred to the sun god Shamash, who was also the patron of truth and justice.
Utu Shamash is, as we all know by now, the equivalent to Lord Marduk, the ultimate Sun god. In the Vedas, as I mentioned above, he is, in this case, referred to as Indra, who is in charge of the previously mentioned four star systems in Libra. Also, we are told that “[t]raditionally, α and β Librae are considered to represent the scales’ balance beam, and γ and σ are the weighing pans.”
Spica. The star Spica, from where the ancient Galactic Wars may have originated, is also controlled by Marduk, or Tvastar, which is one of Shiva’s Avatars in the Hindu texts. Spica is the brightest star in the Virgo Constellation, and the 15th brightest star in the night sky. It’s a blue giant of spectral type B1, approximately 260 light-years from Earth. In fact, it’s a binary star system, and it’s b-component is also a blue giant, only slightly dimmer than the main star. Spica B is of spectral type B3. The following curious fact, we learn from looking up Spica in Wikipedia:
Quote #13: The name Spica derives from Latin spīca virginis “Virgo’s ear of grain” (usually wheat).
I was told by the Pleiadians, whom I was listening to a few months ago, that it was the “Anunnaki” who brought wheat to Earth so we could start agriculture. Apparently, we learn from the above quote that wheat may have been brought to Earth from the Spica star system. The question is, in that case, was it brought here by the AIF, or was it brought here by the Queen and Ninurta before the Invasion of Earth, when Spica belonged to Orion?
Ursa Minor (also Smaller Bear, Little Bear, and Little Dipper). Polaris (known as the Polestar) is the brightest star in Ursa Minor and is a yellow-white super-giant of spectral type F7, located 325-425 light-years from our solar system. It is listed as Alpha Ursa Minoris. Beta Ursa Minoris is only slightly fainter, being an orange super-giant of spectral type K4. It normally goes under the specific name Kochab. Kochab and Pherkad (Gamma Ursa Minoris) are said to be the “Guardians of the Pole,” or “the Indestructibles.” This, I’m sure, has a real story behind it. Planetary systems have been found in four stellar systems at the time of this writing on October 18th, 2014.
Both Ursa Major and Ursa Minor refer to bears—an adult bear and a cub, respectively. The Bear is closely associated with Mother Goddess, which we learned in Level II and in Level IV. Just as Ursa Major is often referred to as the “Seven Sisters,” so is also Ursa Minor—both constellations having seven stars building the patterns (thus we have three constellations with the nickname “Seven Sisters;” The Pleiades, Ursa Major, and Ursa Minor). The seven stars of the Little Dipper were said to be the daughters of Atlas—the Titan from where the continent of Atlantis stems, meaning the “island of Atlas.” He has also given his name to the Atlas Mountains. As a curiosity, the Atlas here mentioned is not, according to Plato, the same Atlas who was a King of Atlantis. The King of Atlantis with the name Atlas was the son of Poseidon, who was the first King of Atlantis. This would make Atlas Marduk, son of Poseidon/En.ki.
Both Ursa Major and Minor were originally part of the Orion Empire (this may very well be the reason why all the three asterisms are called “Seven Sisters”). Today, Ursa Major is more so than the Little Bear, which was taken over in a series of battles in a long gone past and is now given to Marduk by his father, En.ki, to control. This was a major achievement by the Alien Invader Force and a blow against their archenemy—Mother Goddess and the Divine Feminine. It is my guess that if Orion would like to get back what the AIF has conquered, Ursa Minor is quite high on the list.
Let us now look at some hints indicating that Ursa Minor was in the AIF’s possession during the Sumerian/Babylonian eras. We find such a hint in MUL.APIN, which is “the conventional title given to a Babylonian compendium that deals with many diverse aspects of Babylonian astronomy and astrology.” It contains a long list of stars and star constellations with references to the different gods and goddesses of old. It seems to be, as somebody said on Graham Hancock’s forum, “the Mul Apin is the definitive collection of Mesopotamian Astronomical knowledge. If its [sic] not in there they didn’t care about it.” One of the lines says:
Quote #13a: The star on its rope, the Heir of the Sublime Temple, the first ranking son of Anu [The star Polaris in Ursa Minor].
The first ranking son of “Anu” is of course En.ki, who is here referred to in association with Polaris in Ursa Minor. I am fully aware that En.ki was the one who first took control over the Little Bear, just as he was the one who took control over our own solar system, albeit it was done in a bloody coup in which Marduk got most of the credit from being the one who slaughtered Tiamat. In this case, En.ki gave Ursa Minor to Marduk after En.ki himself had it under his control. One story that tells us how it happened was when Damkina, the equivalent to Lilith, Inanna, and Isis, gained control over Ursa Minor. Isis was then copulating with En.ki in order to create a new human hybrid species after the Great Flood, approximately 11,500 years before the Common Era. When En.ki became sterile, his son Marduk took over the breeding program. Then, when Isis managed to escape, Queen Ereškigal became the female part of the breeding program and has been ever since. She also became in charge of Ursa Minor together with Marduk, simply kicking Isis off the throne of the Little Bear. Another name for Damkina was Damgalnuna.
Quote #14: Damgalnuna was a mother goddess in Mesopotamian mythology. She first appears as a consort of Enlil in Sumerian mythology, and later becomes the Akkadian Damkina, consort of Enki/Ea and mother of the god Marduk.
We see here the same old mistake that I have pointed out several times—namely that Isis/Inanna was never a consort of En.lil, but is instead Prince En.lil’s daughter. In the Akkadian Empire, Isis becomes Damkina, consort first to En.ki and then to Marduk. There is a reference to Isis and Ursa Minor as well in MUL.APIN.
Quote #15: The Wagon of Heaven, Damkianna [Ursa Minor].
Now, how can we find a correlation between the AIF and Ursa Minor in the Vedic hymns? Is there any such association? Yes, there is! For example, we have one in Bhagavad Gita:
Quote #16: the seven great seers: Kashyapa, Atri, Vashishta, Vishvamitra, Gotama, Jamadagni, and Bhadradvaja. They are identified with the stars of Ursa Minor.
These names may be unfamiliar with the reader for the most part, but there is one of these names that we have encountered before, namely Kashyapa, whom we discussed earlier being an Avatar of Vishnu. With the risk of being repetitive, Lord Vishnu is En.ki’s counterpart. The “seven great seers” are the seven Rishis, or Sages, who lived in the time before the Flood, and were the builders of Uruk, corresponding with the seven stars in Ursa Minor. Kashyapa/En.ki is listed amongst them, seemingly because he is considered a “teacher,” and the “keeper of wisdom.” As such, he probably sees himself as a Sage.
Alpha and Beta Pegasi. Here are two other stars, also under Marduk’s regime. It is stated in the Nakshatras that the Lord of these two stars is Guru (Jupiter), and Jupiter is, as we know, the Roman name for Marduk. He is also listed as the deity under the name of Ajikapada—a name we are not yet familiar with. Again, however, we have proof that this is Marduk, too—here from Nakshatra Purvabhadrapada—the Former Happy Feet, which is an interesting reference because in the Nakshatra, Alpha and Beta Pegasi are called Purva Bhadrapada, “the first of the blessed feet.”
Quote #17: Ajaikapada is viewed as a form of Shiva, and a vehicle for the transport of Agni (fire), representing the cleansing spiritual power of fire. Ajaikapada is the unicorn, related to Rudra god of storms.
Alpha and Delta Delphini. These two star systems are controlled by a deity named Mangala, whom we haven’t brought up earlier, either. Hence, let us quickly establish that Mangala is really the same deity as Marduk. Mangala is another name for Mars, which is always the equivalent to Marduk, the God of War, and the deity’s name can be either Mangala or Bhauma in Sanskrit, and his color is red (which corresponds both to Mars, the “red planet” and the color of Marduk). We also learn from Wikipedia that he is the owner of the Aries and Scorpius signs, which again corresponds well with my own research. Moreover, it says that he is “the teacher of the occult sciences!”This is again correct. At first, the “occult sciences” were taught by En.ki already in the Garden of Edin, but when Marduk became the “Lord of the Earth,” he became the Grandmaster of the secret societies—something I know many high level occultists will acknowledge as well. Moreover, Bhauma is the god of war and is celibate! Well, the latter is, of course, not true, as we all know, and probably thrown in there in order to muddy the waters. Furthermore, his mouth is that of a ram (another association with Marduk). The Moon and Jupiter are both “friendly” to him, and he rules over blood, muscles, and bone marrow (something to ponder!). The above list of attributes are all associated with Marduk (except for the celibate claim), which makes it evident that Bhauma/Mangala is the equivalent to Marduk. The dolphin (Delphinus) is also said by some to be associated with the Sirius star system.
Regulus. The name of this star is probably known by quite a few readers. It’s one of those that is sometimes mentioned in different medias for various reasons.
This star is said to be controlled by the Pitrs, “The Fathers”, Family Ancestors, which are defined as follows in the Vedic texts:
Quote #24: In the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of ancient India, the “fathers” were considered to be immortal like the gods and to share in the sacrifice, though they received different offerings. The “way of the fathers,” characterized by observance of the traditional duties of sacrifice, almsgiving, and the practice of austerities that lead to rebirth, came to be distinguished from the “way of the gods,” which was a way of faith directed toward the goal of liberation from rebirth.
In this case, it would probably be a good idea to emphasize the “way of the gods,” and the “liberation from rebirth.” This has to do directly with war and soldiers. Going to war was an honor in the old Hindu traditions. Successful warriors, who had survived many battles and actually managed to grow old without being killed, often took their own lives when they became old and couldn’t fight anymore. By doing so, they thought that they could achieve “liberation from reincarnation.” They were “wasting away” their bodies to attain liberation. The Indian warriors, due to their belief system, were unafraid to die. Going to the battlefield meant death, but it also meant that the warrior was fighting well. Of course, the more skilled, the less chance that he got killed in battle—thus, for many warriors, suicide was the only way to die an “honorable death.” Even the wife of a warrior often committed ritual suicide to honor her warrior husband.
In juxtaposition to this, Hindu traditions do not honor suicide amongst regular people, and they warn about the bad karma it creates. Then again, who said that religion makes sense?
Thereby, it seems that the star Regulus had some significant connections to the afterlife of soldiers and royalty who committed suicide as an honorable thing. Watching over all this was Lord Ketu, which is another name for Lord Indra (Marduk): “In ancient Tamil astrological scripts, Ketu was considered as incarnation of Indra.” Interestingly enough, “Ketu” is also referred to as a “shadow planet,” which has a lot of impact on human lives and the entire creation. Now, what does a “shadow planet” refer to? A shadow can be said to be a mirror or something that reflects what we can see. Hence, a shadow planet may refer to a planet in the KHAA—the VOID. Thus, it could be said to signify dark matter. Ketu also has to do with both good and bad karma. It is also mentioned that people who come under the influence of Ketu can achieve great “height,” particularly spiritual. If Ketu is related to the star Regulus, and those who come in contact with him evolve spiritually, and we have the Pitr connection, referring to warrior ancestors who committed suicide, the spiritual evolvement that is mentioned probably refers to the “loyal soldiers,” who died in the service to the gods. These warriors may have been liberated from future reincarnations to serve other purposes in other dimensions. A whole paper could probably be spent on research on the star Regulus alone, residing in the Leo Constellation. In this paper, we, unfortunately, only have time to scratch the surface. If a paper could be spent on research on Regulus, a full book could be written on the Afterlife, with my own research as a base. I may very well do that one day soon. However, here is some basic information on this mysterious star. Regulus is 79 light-years from our solar system, and is of spectral type B7, which means it is a giant, blue star. It also has three star companions and is therefore a multiple star system. In Arabic, the word Regulus means “heart of the lion.” In MUL.APIN, the star is listed as LUGAL, which means “the star that stand in the breast of the Lion: the King.”
Hydra. The Hydra Constellation in general seems to be controlled by the AIF—or was so when the Nakshatras were recorded. I don’t think that much has changed since then. Hydra is usually compared to and represented as a water snake, where Sigma Hydrae represents the snake’s nose.
In the Vedas, the serpents are the equivalent to the Nagas—the snake beings from the Underworld. This constellation says to be represented by them, and to a degree, controlled by them. However, the “Lord” of Hydra is Budh, who is the equivalent to the planet Mercury. The Roman god Mercury is the Greek god Apollo’s counterpart, and Apollo is, as we have learned, Marduk.
Gamma, Delta, and Theta Cancri. Cancer is another constellation under control of the Alien Invader Force and ultimately by Lord Vishnu. The Nakshatras say that these three star systems in Cancer are run by a deity named Bṛhaspatī (Brihaspati), “Lord of Prayer of Devotion.” Brihaspati is also the equivalent to Jupiter, and/or in control of Jupiter, and we know that Jupiter is associated with Marduk.
Brihaspati is the guru of the Devas, in charge of earthly religions, and even the personification thereof. He is also the chief “’offerer of prayers and sacrifices to the gods,’ with whom he intercedes on behalf of mankind.” The overseer, however, i.e. the “Lord” of this star sign, is Shani (Saturn), and Saturn is associated with Ea/En.ki.
IV. Star Systems and Constellations under En.ki’s Control
When we read the Enûma Eliš or the Vedas in particular, we may easily get overwhelmed by the enormous number of names that we need to keep separate—something we have discussed earlier. One of the first questions that hits us is probably, “How many gods are there?”
This is a question that hypothetically should be easy to answer because the scriptures generally say that there were around 200 Fallen Angels who ascended to Earth, while others name only three. At one point 400 is mentioned, or 200 myriads. This is all taken from “the Book of Enoch.”
Quote #18: Most sources quote 2 Enoch as stating that those who descended to earth were three, but Andrei A. Orlov, while quoting 2 Enoch as saying that three went down to the earth, remarks in a footnote that some manuscripts put them at 200 or even 200 myriads. In The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: Apocalypic Literature and Testaments edited by James H. Charlesworth, manuscript J, taken as the best representative of the longer recension, has “and three of them descended” (p. 130), while manuscript A, taken as the best representative of the shorter recension, has “and they descended”, which might indicate that all the Grigori descended, or 200 princes of them, or 200 princes and 200 followers, since it follows the phrase “These are the Grigori, 200 princes of whom turned aside, 200 walking in their train” (p. 131).
This, in other words, doesn’t tell us much. It also seems to depend on who the translator is and how he translated the texts. Zecharia Sitchin is more in line with that 200—perhaps even 400 of them descended. The commotion didn’t happen because there were many gods present at one time, but because they managed to get humans to fight at their sides—against each other.
To clear this up, and according to my own research, it is apparent that there were only three Bloodliners (meaning of the Royal Blood of the Heavens)—perhaps four, as we need to include Isis/Inanna in this as well. The rest of the gods mentioned are regular soldiers and scientists from different solar systems, but they were always under control by one or more of the “Bloodliners.”
The big confusion is to figure En.ki out—at least in the beginning, before we start noticing his pattern. He had a myriad (to use that word) of aliases throughout time, and most people think that the majority of them are different deities, when, in fact, they are his avatars and made-up aliases. At first, when I took on the Vedic hymns, I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to sort things out, but to my great relief, I soon discovered that I had learned enough by researching the Sumerian texts to be able to spot En.ki’s mindset to see how and where he created his Avatars and aliases. Also, as we have access to the Nakshatras—the Lunar Mansions—we also get an idea where they reside, or originated from. That makes the puzzle more complete and the threads easier to follow.
Before I begin discussing En.ki here, I want to alert the reader because this is in no way going to be complete. He had so many Avatars and identities that it would be virtually impossible to bring them all up in a series of papers such as these. However, the best thing is that we don’t need to! Just as I did, the reader will soon be able to see a pattern, and in the future, when you encounter a name from the Vedas that is not mentioned in these papers, you should be able to look at a few sources online, and by checking out his or her characteristics or family tree, it should be fairly easy to establish who this being is. That, I think, is pretty cool, and if it can be achieved, which I think will be no problem, I will be very encouraged. We’ll nail them down!
Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Aquilae. We have talked a lot about En.ki and the Aquatic Bird Tribe, so let us begin with a constellation that is associated with birds. Aquila has nothing to do with water, although it sounds as if it should. Aquila is Latin and simply means eagle. Maybe amongst some readers, who are familiar with “conspiracy theories” (I certainly don’t like that word—it’s become humiliating) and the Illuminati, may right away relate the Eagle to the Great Seal of the U.S.A. If so, it is a correct association. Lord En.ki owns America! It’s not as if he doesn’t “own” other parts of the world too, in his own mind, but the U.S. is probably the apple in his eye in the sense that he sees it as the New Atlantis. Remember that En.ki, as one of his Avatars, Poseidon, was the King of Atlantis, and his son, Atlas, was his successor. Thus we often see the Eagle associated with the United States of America. Before America, Aquila was known as the Vulture in Rome, which again is quite telling. However, even in Greek-Roman mythology, this asterism was associated with the eagle, holding Zeus’/Jupiter’s/Marduk’s thunderbolts. Another thing of interest is that this constellation is stretching out in a way that it lies flat in the Milky Way itself, and not in the more barren parts of space. Hence, there are lots of nebulae and neighbor stars in the immediate vicinity, which makes this asterism particularly valuable. All this is considered “resources,” and can be utilized for multiple purposes.
In previous papers, we have discussed Garuda, the great mythical bird creature, whom we also associated with Marduk. Moreover, Garuda is the Hindu name for Aquila. Also, the Phoenix Bird—the mythical gigantic bird which sets itself on fire at the end of an era in order to ring in a new era —is associated with Garuda/Marduk. It is also suggested that the Phoenix is the symbol for ringing in the New World Order and a One World Government, and was the original symbol for the United States of America, but was later changed to an Eagle.
Alpha Aquilae also is known as Altair, a white star, bigger and hotter than our Sun and at a distance of only 17 light-years. I believe many readers have heard of this star, and there are rumors of certain star beings living there. The Nakshatras say that the three stars—alpha, beta, and gamma—belong to Vishnu. In Sanskrit, Aquila is called Sravana. Altair means “the Flying Eagle.”
In Japanese astrology, Altair is ill-omened, portending danger from reptiles! By all means, I don’t think it was a coincidence that one of the first home microcomputers was called “Altair 8800!” Assign numerology to this and you have 8+8+0+0=16. 1+6=7, which is the number of the particular Universe over which the AIF has control. Now, which universe are we discussing here? Remember that the Goddess’ “holy” numbers are 12 and 13, but the AIF typically use 7 and 11—7 being the number of the Holographic Universe, according to my hypothesis. Go back to the First Level of Learning, Science Papers 2 and 3, and you will see that LPG-C’s universe/Multiverse is built around the number “7,” and so is the Multiverse of the WingMakers, and likewise the Urantia Book. Numerology can be quite revealing, and just by looking at it the way we just did, we are able to see who is in control of what.
Beta Aquilae. Also called Alshain, this is a yellow star, similar to our Sun. Albeit a little dimmer, with an orange hue around it, it is classified as a sun-like star. Alshain means “balance,” and is located at a distance of about 45 light-years—another close neighbor.
Gamma Aquilae. Tarazed is an orange-hued giant star, 460 light-years from Earth. Just as Alshain, it means “balance.” It’s spectral type is K3III. Scientists say that this is a very young star—only about 100 million years old, and that it will soon burn out and become a white dwarf. Of course, say the scientists, no life can ever develop in such a star system—especially as the star has already, despite its young age, become a giant. Again, we need to remind the scientists that this is irrelevant. A star race may very well have moved into the star itself, let’s say 5 million years ago, and is still thriving there. Few people understand that beings can live—and are living—in and on the star itself. When we understand that, it puts star systems in a totally new perspective.
This third star in the Aquila Constellation refers to birds in many independent cultures. Here is how it was looked upon in Persia:
Quote #19: Persian šāhīn means “royal falcon”, “beam”, and “pointer”, and gave its name (as “falcon”) to Beta Aquilae. In the catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi Al Mouakket, this star was designated Menkib al Nesr (منكب ألنسر – mankib al-nasr), which was translated into Latin as Humerus Vulturis, meaning the eagle’s shoulder.
Here the title “Royal” is included, which gives an extra hint, not only to the AIF, but to one or more of the few Royal Star Beings who were part of Lucifer’s Rebellion—in this case, Lucifer himself—Lord Vishnu.
Alpha Andromedae and Gamma Pegasi. The Andromeda Constellation has long been claimed Orion territory. I believe it still is, even if its brightest star, Alpha Andromedae, may have fallen into the hands of the AIF.
Alpha Andromedae. Here we have another joint “ownership,” if we want to acknowledge the AIF as owners to something that they stole in an unprovoked war. Either way, this star system is said to be controlled by Lord Shani on the top level with Ahir Budhyana as the deity. Shani is defined as Saturn, which makes it pretty easy to see who that is. We never discussed the Avatar Shani when we compared the different Hindu gods because of space limitations, but it seems as if we need to mention him briefly here. As we know, Saturn was originally Prince Ninurta/En.lil’s planet, which was stolen from him by Lord En.ki. Saturn was (and is) considered perhaps the most important outpost in the solar system because of its major stargate, but also because of other important attributes. From what I have dug up regarding Saturn, it’s obvious that it’s in Lord En.ki’s domain. Thus, it’s therefore obvious that Shani equates to En.ki.
Ahir Budhyana is defined as an East Indian name, meaning “serpent or dragon of the deep.” That gives typical associations to the Underworld. Hence, who can this being be? Well, Hindupedia.com has the following to say about this individual:
Quote #20: Among the extant Vaiṣṇava Āgamas of the Pāñcarātra school, the Ahirbudhnya Saṃhitā is an important work. ‘Ahirbudhnya’ is one who, in the form of an ‘ahi’ or serpent, is the ‘budhna’ or foundation of the world. So, literally it refers to Śeśa or Ananta, the thousand-hooded Serpent, on whose head the whole world is said to be supported, according to some of the purāṇas. It is also mentioned as one of the names of Śiva who, according to the Vaiṣṇava scriptures, is a great devotee of Viṣṇu. In this work he is identified with Śiva. ‘Saṃhitā’ is a general name given to any systematically arranged text.
We find that Airbudhnya (here merged into one name, with a couple of letters changing place, which was a common thing back in those days) is the counterpart of Lord Shiva, who is Lord Marduk, from what we have learned. Thereby, we know that Vishnu is the Lord of Alpha Andromedae, and Shiva is the “deity.” It’s a joint ownership, from what it seems.
Alpha Andromedae is known by two more common names, albeit I assume that many people haven’t heard these names before. They are Alpheratz (or Alpherat) and Sirrah (or Sirah). It’s located 97 light-years from us, and is a triple system. Their spectral types are B8, A3, and G5, which makes them blue-white, white, and yellow, respectively.
When people in this field of research hear the word Andromeda, they inevitably come to think about Alex Collier and his The Andromedans, whom he presented as a benevolent race—a race he had visited and spent quite some time with, allegedly. Out of these visits came a trail of lectures, articles, interviews, and books. How much of his information was genuine I let the reader decide. I am just saying, thread lightly! Alex Collier was embraced and interviewed by a notorious disinformation agent who called himself Val Valerian, aka John Grace. Valerian is a “former” Intelligence Agent, who mixed a decent amount of relevant information with disinformation that could easily lead the truth-seeker astray and manipulated into practicing some very dark rituals, inspired by Aleister Crowley’s Ordo Templi Orientis (the OTO), Grade IX. His followers were at the time often quite clueless of the quite severe distractions.
In Arabic, Andromeda means “the head of the woman in chains,” where the chained woman is the mythological Andromeda.
Gamma Pegasi. This star has the common name Algenib, not to be confused with Alpha Persei, which confusingly has the same name, for some reason. Algenib is a bright-blue giant star of spectral type B2. Its distance from Earth is approximately 400 light-years—a similar distance as to the more well-known Pleiadian star system.
Above, I have given a few examples of asterisms and star systems controlled by Lord Vishnu or one of his Avatars. There are many more of these “heavenly places” that are controlled by Lord Vishnu, and instead of going into details about all of them, I will list them here below, briefly pointing out the most significant things about each of them, in case there are any.
Gamma Aquarii. White star, spectral type A0. Distance from Earth: 164 light-years. Controlled by the Vedic deity Varuna, “god of cosmic waters, sky and earth.” Interesting reference: “In post-Vedic texts Varuna became the god of oceans and rivers and keeper of the souls of the drowned. As such, Varuna is also a god of the dead, and can grant immortality.” We discussed Varuna earlier and established that he is equivalent to Lord En.ki—god of the cosmic waters, sky, earth, the Underworld, and death and Afterlife, as we can see here above. That should cover everything between Heaven and Earth. En.ki really considers himself being the Prime Creator.
Alpha, Epsilon, and Zeta Lyrae—Vega. Although all invasions are extremely traumatic for those involved, I have a certain place in my heart for the Vegans (also called the Vulcans). The reader probably recalls that the red-haired Vulcans were here together with the Queen of the Stars and Prince En.lil (Ninurta), creating the Living Library and seeding Planet Earth with what would become one of the most beautiful planets in this sector of the Universe, or one of the most wonderful planets in the Milky Way Galaxy, according to some. The Vulcans were the Titans of old, and when Mother Goddess created the Namlú’u—the primordial, androgynous man—She was using the Vulcan template. When the AIF invaded Earth about half a million years ago, most Vulcans on the planet were either killed or imprisoned. As if this was not enough, as soon as possible after conquering Earth, Lucifer and his band of Fallen Angels made it part of their revengeful agenda to fly in with an armada to invade Vega, the star system of the Vulcans. The Vulcans were a very peaceful species, consisting of more spirit than form, and therefore did not know how to fight and defend themselves on that level. Thus, the majority of the Vulcan species was slaughtered when Vega was invaded, but similar to when Earth was taken over, there were Vulcans who managed to flee, and the survivors of the “Vegan Invasion” fled to Orion, where they were taken under the wings of Mother Goddess and Khan En.lil. Some, however, were again captured and imprisoned, while a few, amazingly enough, sided with the AIF. It’s unclear if this was done because of fear or if they actually in some unknown way were manipulated into this alliance. I let that remain unresolved for now—perhaps, the future will reveal to us what happened that made some members of this otherwise Goddess-oriented race to side with their adversary.
The Vegan star system was once a very beautiful place, as well as Earth, but is now, according to some, quite a desolate place, carefully guarded by Lord En.ki’s DAKH armada.
According to the Nakshatra, the three above mentioned star systems, with Vega being Alpha Lyrae, a bright white star of spectral type A0, on a distance of only 25 light-years from Earth, are now controlled by Brahma. Brahma, who once upon a time was associated with the Goddess, and in some cases with Khan En.lil, is now considered being a Vedic title for En.ki, as we talked about earlier in Paper #9.
Another very interesting thing with Vega is something that may be 500,000 years old visible evidence of the Vegan Invasion, in which atomic weapons were definitely used to annihilate the Vulcans and other life forms that existed there at the time. This is from Wikipedia:
Quote #21: Vega became the first solitary main-sequence star beyond the Sun known to be an X-ray emitter when in 1979 it was observed from an imaging X-ray telescope launched on an Aerobee 350 from the White Sands Missile Range. In 1983, Vega became the first star found to have a disk of dust. The Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) discovered an excess of infrared radiation coming from the star, and this was attributed to energy emitted by the orbiting dust as it was heated by the star.
The disk of “dust” could perhaps be evidence of atomic war, with missiles also directed toward the star itself to make it unstable, and therefore contribute to the intended extinction of this spiritual race.
Astronomers have recently discovered some evidence of a planet system orbiting Vega. They believe that the dust could have to do with the creation of this planetary system, but they are not sure. We leave it with that for now.
There are more indications in our own history of the AIF invasion of the Vegan star system. If we examine the name Wega (which later became Vega,) it comes from an Arabic translation and loosely means “falling” or “landing,” as in “the falling eagle.” We are back to the Bird Tribe again, but the Vulcans were not of the Bird Tribe. They were clearly much more humanoid—looking similar to us humans—albeit gigantic in stature and with pointed ears. In Latin, Vega means “fallen eagle/vulture.”  Also in ancient India, which we are particularly interested in here, it means “eagle” or “vulture.”  This interpretation was then migrated to the western world as well, where it kept the same meaning. It’s easy to see, after what we have learned so far, that this specific definition of the star system was rooted after the Vegan Invasion. The reference to the Bird Tribe has solely to do with the AIF possession of the Vegan solar system. It acted as a statement—“This is now our domain!” A similar statement was made when Neil Armstrong and his team allegedly landed on the Moon in 1969, saying, “The Eagle has landed!” The Eagle was the name of the space shuttle. It was a statement that had to do with possession, and the American flag was nailed into the Lunar dust.
Interesting also is that the famous astronomer, author, and film producer, Carl Sagan, who always got very irritated when people asked him if Earth had ever been visited by aliens, set his novel, Contact, to the Vegan vicinity. That man knew many things that he never spoke openly about.
Delta and Epsilon Sagittarii. Delta Sagittarii is a double star in the southern constellation of Sagittarius. Its distance to Earth is about 348 light-years, and their spectral types are K3III, which means that they are orange giants. This star system is otherwise fairly unknown to the general public and has no joint history with the Earth from what I know. Epsilon Sagittarii is also a binary star system, but is closer to Earth—143 light-years. Its spectral type is B9, indicating that it is a blue-white giant. The traditional name of this star is Kaus Australis, and is listed in MUL.APIN as MA.GUR8, meaning “the Bark,” which could be referring to the Wolfen-Reptilian race of Sirius.
Sagittarius, in general, is known as the constellation of Mother Goddess—Sagittarius also being the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy. These are two separate things but are still related to each other as being the Goddess’ domain. The AIF has taken over parts of that Constellation but by no means the Center of the Galaxy—something they will never be able to take over, and I doubt they will even try. It would be too stupid and 100% doomed to fail. They don’t have—and will never have—the power to do so. Neither will any other star race.
After the take-over, the new ruler of Delta and Epsilon Sagittarii is Apah, God of Water. That is a giveaway. Who is the god of the Water (and we’re talking of the AIF now)? Correct, it’s Vishnu or En.ki. Without having to take anything for granted, we can easily look it up to get confirmation.
Quote #22: Agni, the god of fire, has a close association with water and is often referred to as Apām Napāt “offspring of the waters”. The female deity Apah is the presiding deity of Purva Ashadha (The former invincible one) asterism in Vedic astrology.
Agni, the god of Fire, is of course, En.ki (which we established in Paper #9), and here we see that he is connected to water. We also have an unusual reference to the female deity, Apah, who is said to preside over Agni/Apah as the Goddess of the Waters; in other words, Mother Goddess. However, she is listed as the former invincible one, and Apah is denoted as a male “God of Water.” As we have seen so many times before, this is how the AIF presents a hijack of the persona of one of the higher deities, i.e. Queen Nin or Khan En.lil.
Beta, Delta, and Pi Scorpionis. These three star systems in the Scorpius Constellation are ruled by Mitra, and the Lord is Shani (Saturn). We all know who took ownership of Saturn after the Titan War—Lucifer. It seems, however, as if we have a joint ruler ship again, with Vishnu on top, and Mitra/Marduk as the front ruler. It says in the Vedas that Varuna and Mitra are very close, but they are considered two separate entities. Varuna is, as we have discussed earlier, an Avatar of En.ki, but Mitra is worshipped as a Sun god, which is more associated with Marduk.
Beta Scorpii is also called Graffias and is a blue giant star of spectral type B, and its distance from Earth is 470 light-years. This star is significant enough to appear on the flag of Brazil, and USS Graffias was once a U.S. navy ship named after the star.
Delta Scorpii is a binary star system, consisting of two blue giants of spectral type B, and their distance to Earth are approximately 490 light-years. Other than that, there is nothing remarkable about this star system that I am aware of—at least nothing that relates to this research.
Last, we have Pi Scorpii, which is a triple star system at 590 light-years distance. The spectral type of the two main stars is in the B-class, meaning they are blue giants, while the third star is more distant and much smaller.
Arcturus. This is a star of great interest to us because of its history. We discussed this star at some length in Level II and Level IV when we talked about Lucifer’s Rebellion. Arcturus is also said to be Khan En.lil’s star system, and in UFOlogy, it is almost always connected with benevolence.
From what I understand after connecting the dots, Khan En.lil and Queen Nin are still in control of some of the Arcturus system, but not all of it—they lost some of it during the wars that followed Lucifer’s Rebellion. The Lunar Mansion (the Nakshatra) tells us that Arcturus is run by Vayu, the “Wind god.” This is a deity we haven’t come across earlier, either, so I’ll give the reader a quick rundown on who he is. Besides being the Lord of the Winds, he is also the father of Hanuman. Some readers may remember Hanuman from the previous paper, but for those who don’t, Hanuman incarnated together with Lord Rama and was the “ape-man” who assisted Lord Rama in whatever way he could. He also found Lord Rama’s kidnapped female partner, Sita, who told Hanuman not to save her—because of a soul agreement she had with Rama she was obligated to wait for Rama to come and release her, and therefore she had to reject Hanuman’s assistance. In the previous paper, I presented evidence that Rama was an Avatar of Lord Vishnu, and Hanuman was an Avatar of Shiva—En.ki and Marduk, respectively. Hence, if Vayu is the ruler of Arcturus, according to the Nakshatras, he must be an Avatar of Lord Vishnu.
Arcturus is also called Alpha Boötis and is the brightest star in the northern celestial hemisphere. Arcturus is of spectral type K1III and is therefore an orange super-giant. The distance from Earth is approximately 37 light-years.
Denebola (Beta Leonis), is a white star of spectral type A3, at a distance from Earth of about 36 light-years, so from an astronomical aspect, it’s almost a neighbor.
In Chinese astrology, Denebola was believed to portend misfortune and disgrace and was therefore not considered to be a benevolent star system. The scientists of today think that this star system is a good candidate to have planets around it because it seems as if it was created in a similar way as our solar system, i.e. from a debris disk of cool dust that was orbiting the star. Albeit the scientists are correct in that the star is surrounded by planets, they still don’t know how solar systems are created. Of course, at the highest level scientists know, but they are not allowed to share their knowledge with mainstream science.
Denebola is controlled by a deity called Aryaman, “the god of patronage and favors.” If we take a research Aryaman, we find that in old German and Saxon mythology his name was Irman, and if we move further up north to Scandinavia, this deity is directly associated with the Norse god of gods—the one-eyed Odin. Using simple syncretism, we can easily associate Odin with En.ki. Odin’s son is Thor, the god of lightning and thunder—famous for his powerful hammer. Thor is of course the Norse version of Marduk, who is known as the god of lightning and thunder in many different mythologies, such as in Greece, where he was known as Zeus, the god of thunderbolts. Thereby, we have evidence that Vishnu/En.ki is the ruler of Denebola.
Delta and Theta Leonis. These two star systems are run by a deity called Bhaga—a god of marital bliss and prosperity, and also of wealth. Note as well that the name “Bhaga” is the first part of the name of the Vedic texts, “Bhagavad Gita,” and the Capital of Iraq, Baghdad, is also taken from this deity’s name. Thus, he must have been considered a powerful god in history and mythology.
In “En.ki and the World Order,” verse 23, it says, “He next addressed the foreign lands granting Meluha wealth, abundance and prosperity, saying to that in the ‘Land of black soil, may all your silver be gold! May all your copper be tin-bronze! Land, may all you possess be plentiful!’” This gives a hint to whom Bhaga is, but Bhagavad Gita and Bhagavad Purāna are still the best references. Bhaga in those scriptures means “Lord” as in “Lord Buddha” or “Lord Krishna,” or even “Brahman,” the Creator of All. In Hinduism, it really doesn’t matter which of the above references we are using; they all refer back to the same deity—Lord Vishnu, who ultimately carries all these titles.
Delta Leonis is called the “hip of the lion,” and is a white star of spectral type A4—58 light-years from Earth. Astronomers think that this star may be a part of the “Ursa Major Moving Group.” We talked about the Moving Group in Level IV, but as a brief reminder, this is “a set of stars with common velocities in space and thought to have a common origin some 300 million years ago. Its core is located roughly 80 light years away. It is rich in bright stars including most of the stars of the Big Dipper.” It’s believed to once have been an open cluster, and from there all these stars were created and spread over a region about 30×18 light-years. Except for two stars, the rest seem to be moving in a common direction toward a common point in Sagittarius. This is interesting because all the moving stars in Ursa Major are composed of related stars. It is very uncommon for a whole asterism to have all the stars related to each other. It’s interesting because Ursa Major is originally Mother Goddess’ constellation, and so is Sagittarius, as well as the Sagittarius spiral arm. The Center of the Galaxy is also related to Sagittarius.
Theta Leonis is located 165 light-years from us and is slightly brighter and hotter than Delta Leonis with its spectral type being A2. This particular star is not a part of the Ursa Major Moving Group.
35, 39, and 41 Arietis. There are three different Nakshatras, controlled by En.ki that I have saved for last because they are arguably the most interesting. The three stars in Aries are the first of the three Nakshatras. Aries in general is often associated with Marduk, but these three star systems are not. Both the “Lord” of these stars and the “Deity” thereof are associated with Lucifer and Ea, respectively. Marduk is not even mentioned in this context.
The sign Aries in general is often associated with rage and war and as death and rebirth, albeit that is not as well-known. However, the deity of these three star systems is Lord Yama, whom we have addressed earlier, and who is the Lord of death, dharma and the Underworld. Dharma, which is a term with multiple meanings. In this instance, it means “cosmic law and order.” In the Rigveda, it means “what is established or firm.” Figuratively, it means “sustainer,” “supporter” of deities, and that “which is true.”
The symbol for these three stars in Aries is the yoni, which is the female sex organ, with Lord Lucifer as Venus the “Morning Star” being the overseer.
When Yama is involved, however, we know it has to do with death and the Underworld, and therefore, these three stars are somehow connected with what happens after death. We have seen this with other stars as well, and how this is actually related is an interesting topic for me to perhaps research in the future. As of this writing, I am not certain how these stars in Aries associate with life after death nor whether they are even applicable to all souls—they can be the destination of souls with certain characteristics, for example. Because we are discussing Aries, it may, again, have to do with “warrior spirits,” although this is only a wild assumption. To know for certain, I need to do a much more focused research on this particular subject.
Another option is that it could have something to do with animal spirits and where they go after their animal bodies die. The reason I am suggesting this is because of the writings of the astrological researcher Ian Ridpath, who says that the Lunar Mansion (the Nakshaktra we are discussing) is represented by animal ritual sacrifice—especially in Chinese traditions.
This is what Richard Thompson had to say about Yama—just as a recap. Vedic Lord of Death. Those familiars 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 supervises the process of transmigration. The familiars of Yama have exert control over their subtle bodies. Yama and the recycling of souls. The “subtle bodies” are of course our avatars or light-bodies.
35 Arietis is a blue star of type B3, while 39 Arietis is a green-yellow star of type F2. Last, 41 Arietis is also a blue star, slightly dimmer than 35 Arietis, of spectral type B8, and on a distance of 165 light-years. 53 Arietis, which is not amongst the three stars we are currently discussing, may still have an interesting history. Apparently, it once belonged to the Orion Nebula but was ejected from there approximately five million years ago, possibly because of a supernova explosion. This may, time-wise, correspond with the Galactic Wars in that area of the Heavens, and the supernova explosion may have been due to the misuse of atomic weapons (fig. 29).
The Pleiades. For the reader, this may not come as a shock, as you probably recall that there were beings from the Pleiades who descended here on Earth long before the biblical Flood and mated with human females, creating the so-called Nephilim—Giants of old and renown. In the UFO and New Age communities, the Pleiades are often associated with blond, Nordic beings of a benevolent nature. However, the Nakshatras do not say that some of the stars in the Pleiades are occupied by the AIF—they basically say that the Pleiades in general are inhabited by the AIF. If we are to believe that, it means that the whole asterism has fallen into the hands of the Alien Invader Force.
The Deity that is listed in the Nakshatra in relation to the Pleiades is Agni, the “god of fire,” and the Pleiades are the “stars of fire.” In the Nakshatra, the Pleiades are also called Krittaka, which is a very old name for these stars—personified as “the nurses of Kārttikeya,” which is yet another name for Vishnu/En.ki—literally meaning Him of the Pleiades.”
If we go back to Paper 9, we decided that Agni is a Deva and the acceptor of sacrifices. That could apply to both Marduk and En.ki as many of Agni’s attributes do. This is not a coincidence because we know that, occasionally, father and son swap chairs and play each other’s roles. Another typical example of that is the biblical Jehovah.
Agni is also a god who arises from the water and dwells in the water—a typical attribute for En.ki in the semi-physical forms of Poseidon and Oannes et al. In the case of who’s the “owner” of the Pleiades, we can clearly see the fire and water attributes, which definitely denotes En.ki as being Agni.
Aldebaran. Aldebaran, aka Alpha Taurus, aka the Bull constellation in which the Pleiades reside, is brought up as a separate Nakshatra. In this Fifth Level of Learning, the reader will encounter the star Aldebaran being mentioned frequently because it is a very important star in the context of our discussions. This was also the star that Lucifer fled to and inhabited for quite a long time after his rebellion a very long time ago.
The Nakshatra, therefore, proves that I was correct in this star’s relation to the “Light-Bearer.” Here, it is called Rohini, the “Red One,” referring to the color of this giant sun. It is also known as brāhmī. The Deity in charge is Brahma or Prajapati, the Creator. Just as we have learned, the title Brahma was hijacked by the AIF and used by them as the Highest of the gods of the material universe. For some, this Highest being is Vishnu, and for others it is Krishna. For us it doesn’t matter because Krishna is Vishnu’s Avatar.
The Lord of Rohini is Chandra, the Hindu Lunar god. Moon gods, in general, are, as we know, associated with Lord En.ki, and as Chandra, we certainly recognize his attributes. He was born in the Ocean of Milk and nearly blinded the other gods with his bright, glowing body. In addition, Chandra (just like En.ki) is famous for having a series of disastrous love affairs (sex is one of the major attributes of En.ki’s). Chandra is also the middle name of the god Rama; Rama being another of Vishnu’s Avatars, as we have discussed previously.
Aldebaran is a K5 star, which actually makes it more bright orange than red in color. It is also a double-star—something that is more common in the Universe than we think. Single stars, as our Sun is supposed to be, are more of a rarity. Aldebaran is 65 light-years from Earth.
In Paper #12, we are going to spend much time with Aldebaran because there is so much important material that needs to be covered on this particular star. Before and during World War II, a group of red-haired women, part of the so-called Vril Society (Vril related to the cosmic energy), channeled what seems to have been “the Anunnaki,” residing on planets around the giant star. We are going to discuss this in more detail than I’ve ever done before (although I brought it up at some length in my e-book from 2009, “The Myth Around Supriem David Rockefeller”), as new information has surfaced. However, there is much more about Aldebaran than this group of psychic women, as we will see.
Zeta Piscium. This is the 27th, and last, of the Nakshatras—and this star system, as well, is associated with En.ki. The name of this Nakshatra is Revati, which means “prosperous.” The symbol is a fish, or a pair of fish, and the deity’s name is Pushan—the “nourisher,” the “protective deity.”
Let’s start with researching “Revati,” and we’ll find that it’s symbolized by fish, or a pair of fish, and is also associated with the sea. This connects the star system with En.ki, in the forms of Poseidon and Oannes, etc. Then, if we continue researching Pushan, we see that the root of the word in Sanskrit is Peh2uson, which according to Herman Collitz, may be connected to Pan and Faunus (who both are related to En.ki)—something Collitz suggested already back in 1924.
Zeta Piscium is a white star of spectral type A7, 148 light-years from Earth. It’s not a star system that has brought us much attention over the years, so there is not too much information to be found about it. It has three components—one main star and two binary stars orbiting it. The A-star is the one mentioned above and is almost twice the size of our Sun. The second component is a white-yellowish dwarf of type F7, and the third star is a white dwarf.
There is something more I’d like to bring up regarding En.ki and Pan. When we think of this Greek mythological figure, we often picture him as a faun with a tail. He is also known as being a trickster, a seducer, and a hyper-sexual being—perhaps something similar to this:
We can also see the resemblance of Satan in him. Now, look at fig. 32 below, which supposedly is a Sumerian drawing of En.lil and Nin.lil, but…is it really En.lil? Look at the tail and the hooves.
V. Asterism Ruled by Queen Ereškigal
The last being to be mentioned here is the one who is in charge of the 19th Nakshatra called Mula, which means “the root.” This being is Queen Ereškigal, joint ruler of the Underworld in liaison with En.ki and Marduk. This means that the three main AIF gods we have concentrated on in these papers all have their own asterisms and/or star systems in the Nakshatras under their control.
Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa, Lambda, Mu, and Nu Scorpionis. Here is somebody who apparently is in charge of more or less an entire asterism—at least nine of the stars in it! This is not very common. The deity who rules the Scorpius Constellation is called Nirṛti, which is a feminine name. Her masculine counterpart is Nirṛta, which is another name for Rudra—Marduk.
Before we research Nirṛti, I would like to research the word Mula—the name of the Lunar Mansion. In the definition, it says that Mula is ruled by Nirṛti, who is the goddess of dissolution and destruction— which indicates it is Ereškigal, doesn’t it? However, let us investigate some more and research Nirṛti.
The Shatapatha Brahmana states that Nirṛti is “associated with pain and as the southwest quarter is her region, pain is associated with the southwest. However, elsewhere in the same text (V.2.3.3.), she is mentioned as living in the south, the direction of the kingdom of the dead.”  This indicates exactly what we need to know—this goddess has the very same attributes as the Queen of the Underworld. The fact that her counterpart in Rudra—the Vedic name for Marduk—is also a giveaway, defining who she is. Together, the two are ruling the dimensions of the Dead and the Afterlife in both the Sumerian, Akkadian, and Vedic scriptures. Also, “[s]he is depicted on this temple holding a sword and a severed head, and standing over a prostrate body.” Where have we seen something similar before? (See fig. 32 below).
Researcher and author David Kinsley, whom I referred to in footnote #124, says that there is little evidence that Kali and Nirṛti are one and the same, although the thought of it as a possibility had apparently entered his mind—or he must have had it pointed out to him. I would say I disagree with him—there are too many similarities. Also, Kali is the Goddess of the Underworld, and so is Nirṛti. There’s proof already there, in addition to the rest I have found (see above).
In mythology, the constellation Scorpius is quite interesting and is related to Orion. It is the story of Artemis, who is Mother Goddess, and Orion, the Great Hunter. I wrote about this story in an earlier paper. However, there are a few things I’d like to add now that we know who is in charge of Scorpius.
The story states that Artemis sent a scorpion to deal with Orion when he boasted too much and said he would kill every animal of the Earth. Artemis was the protector of these animals (as Mother Goddess she is, as we know, in charge of the Living Library, but also an incarnation of Mother Gaia—Earth). Zeus (who is equated with Marduk) threw Orion and the scorpion up in the Heavens, and they both became star constellations. However, there is a variant of that story, saying that Artemis took a liking to Orion and that it was Apollo (Marduk) who got the scorpion and had it sting Orion.
Thus, we have gone through the Nakshatras and discussed which gods and goddesses are in charge of which star systems or constellations. As usual, they are the same old names coming back repeatedly, and after a while, it becomes even predictable. This is good, however, because when we notice it becomes predictable, it’s when we really have found insights into who is controlling us behind the scenes. We realize that there is no doubt anymore that this is actually true, and therefore, it’s necessary to bring up all these different instances—it becomes as clear as the clearest sky. Therefore, I hope that it, occasionally, is beginning to get predictable because then we have come a long way.
The Nakshatras do not go into in any details about which star races inhabit certain solar systems, other than that they sometimes mention the Nagas and Asuras, but we know there are many more races out there that are either collaborating with the AIF, the Orions, or are on their own quest. This is not very important in the larger scheme of things, albeit I know that many readers, and people in general, are quite curious to know the details.
The next paper will discuss star systems and constellations that are not covered in the Nakshatras, showing who is in charge of those, but it will also introduce quite a few new and very interesting revelations that I’ve encountered lately and would like to share with the readers.
Sometime in the future, I am hoping to be able to summarize things a little better. I may, for example, present an Appendix listing the different gods and which star systems and asterisms they are in charge of. In addition, I may use a map for star systems and constellations—one showing the Northern Hemisphere and another showing the Southern Hemisphere. In these two maps, I will then highlight the stars and constellations that are owned by different gods. This way, the reader can get a better overview of our part of the Galaxy and the relationship between the different star locations and their gods. However, at the point of this writing, I don’t know when this will be a reality.
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.
 Messier and New General Catalog are exchangeable in astronomy and astrophysics. Messier (M) is the older system to name and count stars and other celestial objects, while New General Catalog (NGC) is the newer system, which was supposed to substitute the Messier Catalog decades ago, but it never happened. Hence, both catalog numbers are often shown side by side.
 Richard L. Thompson, Alien Identities, 1995, p. 238.
 SB 4.1.39, Translation and Purport, op. cit.
 Anonymous source.
 Bakich, M. E., (1995): The Cambridge Guide to the Constellations, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 21, 22.
 Ibid. (We need to keep in mind that astronomers and astrophysicists are comparing this with Earth circumstances. If a planet does not have similar conditions, they don’t believe there can be life there. What they don’t take into consideration is that life is multidimensional.)
 A small letter following the name of the star, such as Gliese 581 d, means that this is the 3rd planet from its sun as far as our scientists know—the small letter a represents the sun itself, but is hardly ever written out. Gliese g would thereby be the 6th planet.
 Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 10, Stanza 6, op. cit.
 Nakshatra Purvabhadrapada—the Former Happy Feet, p.2, op. cit.
 Rogers, J. H. (February 1998). “Origins of the ancient constellations: I. The Mesopotamian traditions”. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, no.1 108: 9–28.
 See Quote #1 in this paper.
 Richard Hinckley Allen, “Star-names and their Meanings, New York, 1899, pp.59-60.
 Knobel, E. B. (June 1895). “Al Achsasi Al Mouakket, on a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Mohammad Al Achsasi Al Mouakket”.Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
 I refuse to call it “the Vegan War” because it was not a war—it was an invasion. Vega was taken over, unprovoked. It was a slaughter of a peaceful, very spiritual star race. More than that—they are our original ancestors.
 Glassé, Cyril (2008), The new encyclopedia of Islam, Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series (3rd ed.), Rowman & Littlefield, p. 75.
 Knobel, E. B. (June 1895), Al Achsasi Al Mouakket, on a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Mohammad Al Achsasi Al Mouakket, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 55: 429.
 That is, a vulture on the ground with its wings folded. (Edward William Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon)
 Olcott, William Tyler (1911), Star Lore of All Ages: A Collection of Myths, Legends, and Facts Concerning the Constellations of the Northern Hemisphere, G.P. Putnam’s sons, ISBN 0-7873-1096-4.
 Houlding, Deborah (December 2005), Lyra: The Lyre, Sktscript, retrieved 2007-11-04.
 Rogers, J. H. (February 1998), Origins of the ancient constellations: I. The Mesopotamian traditions, Journal of the British Astronomical Association 108 (1): 9–28.
 Thompson, p. 353.
 Burnham, Jr. 1978, pp. 245–252.
 Some claim that our Sun is a double-star as well and have an “invisible” companion, which however became visible for a while several months ago.
 Bepin Behari and David Frawley, Myths & Symbols of Vedic Astrology. Lotus Press: 2003, p. 251.
 H. Collitz, “Wodan, Hermes und Pushan,” Festskrift tillägnad Hugo Pipping pȧ hans sextioȧrsdag den 5 november 1924, pp 574–587.
 David Kinsley, (1987, reprint 2005). Hindu Goddesses: Visions of the Divine Faminine in the Hindu Religious Tradition, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, p. 13.
 Sukumari Bhattacharji, (2000). The Indian Theogony: Brahmā, Viṣṇu and Śiva, New Delhi: Penguin,pp. 80-81.