Fifth Level of Learning, Paper 7: Deities Exposed in Hinduism and Middle-Eastern Mythology

by Wes Penre, Written on Thursday, August 21, 2014 
Posted on Monday, January 26, 2015
Edited by Professor Bob Stannard

I. “Lord of the Host” and “Leader of the Devas”

I know that it is very exciting and mind-tickling to read about all these alien races who supposedly are involved in human affairs. Many people who are into Ufology and Exopolitics probably feel the same way—they want there to be a lot of different ET races involved, but very few want to meet them in real life, unless it’s from a somewhat safe place—and maybe not even then.

When I am searching for references, I see many websites where the most fantastic ET races are listed as being current or past visitors to Earth—or just inhabitants of certain solar systems out there. Almost all of it is disinformation, and even if someone happens to list star races that we actually do know exist, people have a tendency to put most of them in their own category, with their own separate agenda.

I am sorry if I disappoint somebody now, but this is simply not the case. Planet Earth is currently Lord’s domain, and he won’t allow any star races access to this planet, unless he trusts them or has a use for them. If a star race would actually be able to come in, there would definitely be a war. This has happened, but thus far, the AIF has been able to keep the domain to themselves.

I am not saying there are not a lot of different star races lurking on Earth and in the solar system, but they are all part of the AIF—they answer to their boss, who is This is my conviction, or this trap we’re sitting in wouldn’t work.  In juxtaposition to this, there are benevolent beings—interdimensional of course—who are here, watching over us, wondering where we are going from here. I can imagine how they have to restrain themselves not to interact, but as long as we are walking around blindfolded, there is not much they can do. knows this and probably doesn’t feel very threatened by them—hence, he lets them be here, instead minding businesses he thinks are more important. I am sure he is not interested in chasing all these “intruders” one by one, or ten by ten. He would have to chase them like we are chasing flies—he’s there with the swatter, and the “fly” is gone, or somewhere else, out of his reach. can’t block each and every dimension from having access, once they have figured out Earth’s weird, manipulated frequency. Hence, single beings, or small groups of beings, are either here in our vicinity or checking in on us from a “distance.” In the “soul dimension,” there is no distance and no time as we think of it, so they don’t need to be in our vicinity (as we look at it) in order to oversee what’s going on.

This is important to know, so I wanted to start the paper with this little piece of information. It will soon be self-evident why I mention it here.

Now, let’s get back to the Vedas.

In the Vedas, we have something called The Elephant and the Owl, and I’d like us to consider that for a moment. If we start with the Elephant, it is associated with Ganesha, so let’s examine that.  

Quote #1: Ganesha (/ɡəˈneɪʃə/; Sanskrit (IAST): Gaṇeśa;  listen (help·info)), also spelled Ganesh, and also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is a widely worshipped deity in the Hindu pantheon.[2] His image is found throughout India and Nepal.[3] Hindu sects worship him regardless of affiliations.[4] Devotion to Ganesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains, Buddhists, and beyond India.[5]

Although he is known by many attributes, Ganesha’s elephant head makes him easy to identify.[6] Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles,[7] the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom.[8] As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rituals and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked as patron of letters and learning during writing sessions.[9][10] Several texts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography.[1]

In these two paragraphs, we see the usual jargon about “the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom.” We’ve encountered this a number of times before, but in this instance, let us highlight itbefore we continue.

Quote #2: The name Ganesha is a Sanskrit compound, joining the words gana (Sanskrit: गण; IAST: gaṇa), meaning a group, multitude, or categorical system and isha (Sanskrit: ईश; IAST: īśa), meaning lord or master.[15] The word gaņa when associated with Ganesha is often taken to refer to the gaņas, a troop of semi-divine beings that form part of the retinue of Shiva (IAST: Śiva).[2]

Now, as we moved on, we are suddenly encountering Lord Shiva, whom we know is Marduk. There are commentators, who interpret the term, “Lord of the Ganas” meaning “Lord of Hosts,” or Lord of Created Categories,” such as the five elements.

If we want to find similar motifs, where do we look? Well, how about Yahweh Sabaoth, which some say means “Lord of Hosts?” Moreover, many associate Yahweh Sabaoth with a war god. Now, who else is acclaimed war god? Well, we have the War God Ares, of course. Let’s look into this some more. Here is from[3]

ISAIAH 31:4-5

Quote #3: For thus says Jehovah to me, “As the lion or the young lion growls over his prey, against which a band of shepherds is called out & he will not be terrified at their voice nor disturbed at their noise, so will the LORD of hosts come down to wage war on Mt Zion and on its hill. Like flying birds so the LORD of hosts will protect Jerusalem. He will protect & deliver it. He will pass over (pacach also describes the “Passover” cf uses in Exodus)  & rescue it.[4]

Here we can see without any doubt that the Lord of Hosts is a war-waging god—and,

Quote #4: In the late Babylonian astral-theological system Nergal is related to the planet Mars. As a fiery god of destruction and war, Nergal doubtless seemed an appropriate choice for the red planet, and he was equated by the Greeks either to the combative demigod Heracles (Latin Hercules) or to the war-god Ares (Latin Mars) — hence the current name of the planet. In Assyro-Babylonian ecclesiastical art the great lion-headed colossi serving as guardians to the temples and palaces seem to symbolise Nergal, just as the bull-headed colossi probably typify Ninurta.[5]

I don’t want to confuse the readers with a lot of strange terms in my quotes, but at the same time, it’s good for us all, when we’re doing research, to become familiar with some foreign terms. If we don’t, it’s hard to get anywhere. It doesn’t mean we need to look up each and every word to find its meaning, but it’s nice once we get to the point when we can skim an article, or a paragraph, with unfamiliar nomenclature and still be able to see what is important in it just by scanning it.

Regardless, now we have an association between Ganesha, Nergal, and Ares, which corresponds with Marduk,, and Marduk, respectively.

What about Apollo?

Quote #5: Thus, the Greeks most often associated Apollo’s name with the Greek verb ἀπόλλυμι (apollymi), “to destroy”.[6]


Quote #6: The Hebrew term Abaddon (Hebrew: אֲבַדּוֹן‎, ‘Ǎḇaddōn), and its Greek equivalent Apollyon (Greek: Ἀπολλύων, Apollyon), appear in the Bible as a place of destruction and an angel, respectively. In the Hebrew Bible, abaddon is used with reference to a bottomless pit, often appearing alongside the place שאול (sheol), meaning the land of the dead.[7]

Here we have the “bottomless pit,” and a “place of destruction,” so we are back to the Underworld (Netherworld), interestingly enough. We can also see an association between Apollo and Abaddon, who are each other’s counterparts—i.e. they are both equated with Marduk. Few people, however, connect Apollo with destruction and the Underworld, but here it is—black on white.

Let us continue.

Quote #7: In Hindu (post-Vedic) tradition, Shesha (IAST: Śeṣa, Devanagari: शेष), also known as Sheshanaga (IAST: Śeṣanāga, Devanagari: शेषनाग) or Adishesha (IAST: Ādi Śeṣa, Devanāgarī: आदिशेष) is the king of all Nāgas (serpent deities), one of the primal beings of creation, and according to the Bhagavata Purana, an avatar of the Supreme God[1] known as Narayana.[8]

Naryana is thus the “king of all Nāgas. Then, who is Naryana?

Quote #8: Narayana (Sanskrit: नारायण IAST: Nārāyaṇa) is the Vedic Supreme God[1][2] (including his different avatars) in Hinduism, venerated as the Supreme Being in Vaishnavism. He is also known as Vishnu and Hari and is venerated as Purushottama or Supreme Purusha in Hindu sacred texts such as the Bhagavad Gita,[3] the Vedas and the Puranas.[9]

The Nagas—the serpent beings—are said to be associated with Patala, one of the Lower Lokas (see previous paper). Let’s look again at Patala (my emphasis in italics):

Quote #8: ‘In Hindu cosmology, Patala or Patal (Sanskrit: पाताल, Pātāla) denotes the seven lower regions of the universe – which are located under the earth.[1][2][3] Patala is often translated as underworld or netherworld. Patala is composed of seven regions or lokas,[4][5][6] the seventh and lowest of them is also called Patala or Naga-loka, the region of the Nagas. The Danavas (demon sons of Danu), Daityas (demon sons of Diti), Yakshas and the snake-people Nagas live in the realms of Patala.[2] According to Hindu cosmology, the universe is divided into the three worlds: Svarga (Heaven: six upper regions), Prithvi (earth) and Patala (the seven lower regions)- the underworld and netherworld.[10]

What I am intending to do is to show the reader how these few beings are in charge of every part of our environment—the airways, the planetary surface, the Underworld, the ether, and the entire solar system. There are no other beings and no other star races that are not associated with Lucifer to begin with, who have any real power in our solar system at this point in time! Ufology people and other researchers and truth-seekers may tell you otherwise and show you strange lists that include ET races that supposedly are here, having their own agendas. This is not so! The star races associated with Earth have a connection with Lucifer/, and that is what it’s all about. The lists you may see are just made up from off the top of somebody’s head and then spread over the Internet as if it were the truth. There is no evidence combined with these lists, but I have the evidence. The evidence is there, regardless of the belief system.

To this, I do have to add something, however. I already mentioned the interdimensionals, who are here to observe, but there are also at least two factions of Lucifer’s people, as it seems. These factions, however, stem from the same uniformed star races who came here to support Lucifer in his Rebellion. A take-over of the planet by making it into one unit—a One World Government and a New World Order—is imminent regardless which faction we’re talking about. They both want the same thing. The only thing they may be in disagreement with is how it should be done. On one level, it seems to be a human split more than an ET split, but these humans have some ET star races supporting them. We will talk more about that in a later paper.

To show the reader a little bit more what I mean, I am going to jump between a few mythologies just for a moment, and you’ll get my point, I believe.

With the quotes above, we are also back to the Egyptian mythology about their belief in the Afterlife and the Netherworld—this is a huge part of Egyptian mythology.

Now, when we’ve looked at the Elephant, let’s look at the Owl. The owl is connected with wisdom, something the reader may know, and funny also is that the word “owl” can be found in the English word knowledge, which I realized a few minutes ago.

The owl is associated with Sophia, according to some, and to Lilith, according to others. For those who don’t have a clear picture of Sophia, let’s quickly define her. This is the Gnostic view on her:

Quote #9: Sophia (Greek Σοφíα, meaning “wisdom,” Coptic τcοφια tsophia[1]) is a major theme, along with Knowledge (Greek γνῶσις gnosis, Coptic sooun), among many of the early Christian knowledge-theologies grouped by the heresiologist Irenaeus as gnostikos, “learned.” Gnosticism is a 17th-century term expanding the definition of Irenaeus’ groups to include other syncretic and mystery religions.[2]

In Gnostic tradition, Sophia is a feminine figure, analogous to the human soul but also simultaneously one of the feminine aspects of God.[citation needed] Gnostics held that she was the syzygy of Jesus Christ[citation needed] (i.e. the Bride of Christ), and Holy Spirit of the Trinity. She is occasionally referred to by the Hebrew equivalent of Achamōth (Ἀχαμώθ, Hebrew חכמה chokhmah) and as Prunikos (Προύνικος). In the Nag Hammadi texts, Sophia is the lowest Aeon, or anthropic expression of the emanation of the light of God. She is considered to have fallen from grace in some way, in so doing creating or helping to create the material world.


In most versions of the Gnostic mythos, it is Sophia who brings about this instability in the Pleroma, in turn bringing about the creation of materiality. According to some Gnostic texts, the crisis occurs as a result of Sophia trying to emanate without her syzygy or, in another tradition, because she tries to breach the barrier between herself and the unknowable Bythos. After cataclysmically falling from the Pleroma, Sophia’s fear and anguish of losing her life (just as she lost the light of the One) causes confusion and longing to return to it. Because of these longings, matter (Greek: hylē, ὕλη) and soul (Greek: psychē, ψυχή) accidentally come into existence. The creation of the Demiurge (also known as Yaldabaoth, “Son of Chaos”) is also a mistake made during this exile. The Demiurge proceeds to create the physical world in which we live, ignorant of Sophia, who nevertheless manages to infuse some spiritual spark or pneuma into his creation.

In the Pistis Sophia, Christ is sent from the Godhead in order to bring Sophia back into the fullness (Pleroma). Christ enables her to again see the light, bringing her knowledge of the spirit (Greek: pneuma, πνευμα). Christ is then sent to earth in the form of the man Jesus to give men the Gnosis needed to rescue themselves from the physical world and return to the spiritual world. In Gnosticism, the Gospel story of Jesus is itself allegorical: it is the Outer Mystery, used as an introduction to Gnosis, rather than being literally true in a historical context. For the Gnostics, the drama of the redemption of the Sophia through Christ or the Logos is the central drama of the universe. The Sophia resides in all of us as the Divine Spark.


This meant, according to the Gnostic interpretation, that the Sophia has her dwelling-place “on the heights” above the created universe.[11]

In other words, if we translate this to my papers, Sophia is the Queen of the Stars, who created the material universe—including Earth—and “made mistakes,” according to some, by losing Her domain here—the solar system, in other words. The rest are Gnostic viewpoints on Jesus’ role in all this, etc., which is nothing more than AIF propaganda, as we know it, but at least the reader gets an idea whom we are talking about when we say Sofia.

Now, if we’re going back to where we were, looking at the owl, we were discussing that Sophia and Lilith had some association to this Bird of Wisdom. However, who else has association with Wisdom with a capital “W?”

Fig. 1. The One-Eyed Odin from the Norse mythology.

Quote #10: In Mesopotamian religion and mythology, Enki, also known as Ea, was the God of wisdom and intelligence. Wisdom was achieved by restoring balance.

In Norse mythology, the god Odin is especially known for his wisdom, often acquired through various hardships and ordeals involving pain and self-sacrifice. In one instance he plucked out an eye and offered it to Mímir, guardian of the well of knowledge and wisdom, in return for a drink from the well.[33] In another famous account, Odin hanged himself for nine nights from Yggdrasil, the World Tree that unites all the realms of existence, suffering from hunger and thirst and finally wounding himself with a spear until he gained the knowledge of runes for use in casting powerful magic.[34] He was also able to acquire the mead of poetry from the giants, a drink of which could grant the power of a scholar or poet, for the benefit of gods and mortals alike.[12]

As the reader can see, we can go on and on, exploring one religion or culture after another, coming to a very similar result—in this case it is already easy to see that the Lord of Asgard (or Asgård in Swedish—the Heaven for humans, where the Norse gods lived), Odin, is another counterpart of Lord The one-eyed god can also be considered as “he with the all-seeing eye.”

To get to what I want to show the reader, we are going to stay in the Underworld. We will continue to look into the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi, in whom we see a link between the Elephant and the Owl. Ganesha, as we have seen, is connected with Shiva (Marduk), and his consort is often portrayed as Shakti. It is important to point out, however, that there are many Shaktis in the Vedic texts, and Vishnu’s consort is merely one of them. More than a name of a person, it also can denote consort in general. We don’t have space to look into each one of these Shaktis, but when I mention her, I am referring to Lord Vishnu’s consort, unless something else is indicated. In fact, it is believed that “Shakti” originally was the personification of the seven stars in the Pleiadian star cluster.[13] The Owl is then being associated, e.g. with Lakshmi, one of Vishnu’s nine “Shaktis”, i.e. wives. Sophia, we have already noticed is related to Ishtar, who is the counterpart of Inanna, but also of Isis, which is important to remember—something not all people who are into studying this are aware of.

I understand if the reader feels a little overwhelmed by all the names, but it was set up that way by and his son just so people would not have the patience and means to find things out. Now, perhaps for the first time, you have the chance to understand out history as it happened on the most solid timeline, which brought us here. Hence, I have narrowed this down to a level where we all can understand it if we don’t have time to deep-study it. I am aware that this level is more demanding that the previous, but it is Level V—The Fifth Level of Learning—after all.

The Owl, I said, is associated with Lakshmi, so let’s look up Lakshmi.

Quote #11: Lakshmi (Sanskrit: लक्ष्मी lakṣmī, Hindi pronunciation: [ˈləkʃmi]) is the Hindu Goddess of wealth, love, prosperity (both material and spiritual), fortune, and the embodiment of beauty.[14]

Lakshmi is the Goddess of “wealth,”—“both material and spiritual wealth,” amongst other things. Maybe the reader has also noticed that all these schools are associated with “enlightenment,” [15] which is, in turn, associated with Luciferianism.


Quote #12: Lakshmi is described as bestowing coins of prosperity and flanked by elephants signifying her royal power. However, in some texts, she has an owl as her vahana.[16]

Here we see Lakshmi’s association with the Owl, and below (in fig. 2) we see Vishnu and Lakshmi, one of his consorts,[17] sitting together. In another passage, she is said to be Ulkavahini—One who Rides an Owl.[18]

Fig. 2. Lord Vishnu with Lakshmi on his right.

I just mentioned that Lakshmi is one of the nine Shaktis (wives) of Vishnu. However, the characters I am exposing here are mainly Shiva (Marduk), and his consorts. After all, it seems that Lakshmi was related to

In Level IV, I argued that Marduk also took over’s wife, Queen Ereškigal, after was no longer able to reproduce, and started copulating with her in order to create a new human hybrid race. In other words, Vishnu took over’s role with Lakshmi to create a new human hybrid race. Even if he never took Lakshmi as his consort, Vishnu’s desire for Lakshmi is clearly noted in the scriptures.

Quote #13: As soon as the gods saw Lakshmi, they all fell in love with her beauty. Shiva claimed Lakshmi as his wife, but since he had already taken the Moon, her hand was given to Vishnu, whom Lakshmi herself preferred.[19]

There is little doubt that Lakshmi is a Hindu name for Ereškigal.

II. More Interesting Revelations Regarding the “Jesus Myth”

How does Jesus fit in with the Hindu religion and the Vedas? Indeed, there are some interesting points I’d like to make in addition to what we earlier have collaborated on one of the biblical main characters. Again, we need to follow a trail. This time, we will start by looking into a Hindu persona named Rishabha.

Quote #14: In Hinduism, Rishabha is the eighth Avatar of Vishnu of the twenty-two incarnations listed in the Bhagavata Purana.[20]

Quote #15: He [Rishabha] was the first of the twenty-four tīrthaṅkaras or “ford-makers”, teachers who established the Jain teachings. According to legends, he belonged to the Ikshvaku dynasty of ancient Ayodhya.[21]

Rishabha was thus the eight avatar of Vishnu, and the first one who established the “Jain teachings,” which is the same as “Jainism. So, let’s continue,

Quote #16: In Jainism, a Tīrthaṅkara is a human being who helps in achieving liberation and enlightenment as an arihant. According to Jain scriptures,[1] that which helps one to cross the great ocean of worldly life is a tīrtha “ford” and a person who fills that role is a tīrthaṅkara “ford-maker”. Tīrthaṅkaras achieve liberation and enlightenment by destroying their constraining (karmas) and becoming role models and leaders for those seeking spiritual guidance.[2][3] They also seek Kevala Jnana, a state of permanent, perpetual, absolute knowledge of the Soul; it is the precursor to final liberation from the cycle of birth and death.

The twenty-four known tīrthaṅkaras in this time cycle revitalized the Jain religion by establishing the fourfold sangha order which consists of male and female monastics (sadhus and sadhvis) and male and female lay persons (Śrāvakas and Śrāvikas).[22]

Twenty-four is an important number. We have seen it in the Wes Penre Papers, Level III, when we discussed the RA Material and the Council of Saturn that took advice from the Council of 24. Also, there is an interesting references to “24” in the Bible—The Book of RevelationsKing James Version.

Quote #17: And round about the throne were four and twenty seats: and upon the seats I saw four and twenty elders sitting, clothed in white raiment; and they had on their heads crowns of gold.[23]

This brings us to the Horsemen in the Bible.

Fig. 3. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Quote #18: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are described in the last book of the New Testament of the Bible, called The Book of Revelation of Jesus Christ to Saint John the Evangelist at 6:1-8. The chapter tells of a book or scroll in God’s right hand that is sealed with seven seals. The Lamb of God, or Lion of Judah (Jesus Christ), opens the first four of the seven seals, which summons four beings that ride out on white, red, black, and pale horses. Although some interpretations differ, in most accounts, the four riders are seen as symbolizing Conquest,[1] War,[2] Famine,[3] and Death, respectively. The Christian apocalyptic vision is that the four horsemen are to set a divine apocalypse upon the world as harbingers of the Last Judgment.[24]

It’s suggested that Vishnu had (at the time the Vedas were written) incarnated—or sent down an Avatar—twenty-two times in our history to function as teachers in order to enlighten the masses. Jesus would be one of the last in this series of avatars, and many people of many religions are now waiting for another coming of such an Avatar (the biblical “Second Coming of Christ”). Vishnu, as we know, is, and therefore, it makes all the sense that Jesus Christ would have been an Avatar of Vishnu/ (as a side note—see how Jesus is described as the Lion of Judah. What does the lion represent? It represents the Sun. This is one of many references to Jesus being the “Sun God.” Marduk, perhaps more than, is described as the Sun god, but also notice when you read the New Testament that Jesus has one calmer side and one more aggressive side of himself. YHWH/Jehovah had the same “problem” in the OT. It’s therefore reasonable to assume that and his son were both acting as the same god/son of God at different times).

Now, let us recapitulate this. What does all of this tell us? We have learned in these papers that enlightenment is wisdom, and wisdom is related to the Owl and the Serpent. Whom, then, are the Serpent and the Owl associated with? Well, the Serpent is associated with Satan and/or Lucifer—the “Light-bringer” or “Light-bearer” (light is information). The Owl is associated with both Marduk and Isis. We have also seen that the lower lokas (Vedic Realms) are associated with wisdom/enlightenment as well, being the dwelling place of all three of the “Emissaries of Light”—, Marduk, and Ereškigal; both in her Ereškigal persona and as the persona of Inanna/Isis, after she stole it (see Level IV).

III. In Summary: Who’s the Father and King, and Who’s in Charge of the Devas and of the Asuras?

In the previous paper, we discussed the different groups of beings in the Veda scriptures and where they belonged in the Hierarchy.  Perhaps, the most important ones to keep in mind are the Devas and the Asuras—they are the two groups who allegedly are always at war with each other.

In order to remove the confusion on this subject, let me explain something. If the reader goes on the Internet or begins reading books regarding ET races, you will soon find all these different ET races who are combating each other (I’ve brought this up before, but now I want to put another angle to it). There are a few groups, such as the British Royal Family, still claiming the Divine Feminine, and thus the Orion Empire (most of them unofficially), but the way they have done their business over here, it’s treason at best, and they have since long been forbidden entry into Orion. We can sometimes see some of the wars here on Earth being played out by opposing groups, wanting the same thing but using different means to get there. Then we have the Vatican, of course, who are Enkiites big time. Because of the Jesuits, they have infiltrated many governments—particularly in the USA.

Albeit there are different factions of the AIF, working with different targets instead of being totally united with each other, these are not the Devas and the Asuras, which people may have thought. The Asuras are quite obviously the AIF in general—case closed! The Devas, however, are a little more complicated to explain, although it becomes obvious once it’s done. To begin with—in the ancient past—the Devas were the equivalent of Mother Goddess and Father God (Queen of the Stars and Khan En.lil, although I believe that Khan En.lil has never claimed to be “God;” he just naturally became looked upon as such because of his relationship with the Queen). However, after the coup d’état, we know that the role of the Devas was taken over mainly by three deities—Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva (Marduk), and Kali (Queen Ereškigal) (although Ishtar/Inanna/Isis played a smaller role in it, too). They were the ones who then took over the positions as the Creator(s) of the Universe, and although Queen Nin and Khan En.lil were sometimes mentioned on rare occasions, the real power was designated to the AIF leaders.

Therefore, the unholy trinity could be said to consist of, Marduk, and Ereškigal—they were the Devas. The rest of the AIF were the Asuras, in conjunction with the lower deities and demons, also mentioned in the previous paper. This is rather simplistic, but it works well for our purpose.

We know that there are different sects and cults within the Hindu religion, and some worship Brahma, who often is equivalent to Lord Vishnu. Thus, in these cases, Lord Vishnu is the Brahman—the first-born being in the Universe, according to Vedic beliefs (although the original Brahman was Queen Nin, before she was overthrown by Shiva/Marduk in the Battle of Tiamat). Now, to make it just slightly more difficult, Lord Vishnu is not always on top of the Pyramid—some sects and cults are strong Krishna worshipper, and as such, they claim Lord Krishna on top of the Pyramid—thus being the Brahman. There are also those who worship Shiva, and others are still worshippers of the Divine Feminine.

For simplicity’s sake, we are going to accept the most common denominator regarding the belief amongst the Hindus, which is that Lord Vishnu is Brahma and the Brahman—the Firstborn. This also corresponds with what we concluded in Level IV—that Lord (Lucifer) is in charge of the AIF. In Hindu tradition, this means that Lord Vishnu is the King of the Devas and the Asuras.

Sometimes we hear that Lord Shiva is in charge of the Devas and the Asuras, and this has confused some people. However, there is a difference between being a King, having enormous power over things, and being in direct charge of everything. In this case, Lord Vishnu is the King but has delegated his obligations down the line. In other words, he let his son, Lord Shiva, become the Leader of the Devas and Asuras—the military General, as it were (as a side note—has the reader noticed that Lord En.lil is not present in the Vedas; at least not as far as I have seen. I am talking about Prince En.lil now, namely Ninurta. This is most possibly because of what I told the reader in Level IV—Prince Ninurta was not present on Earth very often after the coup d’état—contrary to what Sitchin and others claim).

In conclusion and in simple terms—the Father and the King of the Devas and Asuras is Lord Vishnu (, sometimes assuming the name of Kashyapa (and many other names),[25] and the Leader of the Devas and Asuras (I will call him the General of the Devas and Asuras) is Lord Shiva (Marduk), sometimes assuming the name of Indra (and other names).[26] There is seemingly a constant battle between the Devas and the Asuras, but in the big scheme of things, they are on the same side, unless we are talking about Queen Nin and Khan En.lil as being the Devas and the AIF being the Asuras, which would be the more correct way of looking at it. However, this is not the way it’s generally looked at in the Hindu religion.

Interestingly enough, the ancient East Indian texts tell us that not only is Lord Vishnu the Father of the Devas and the Asuras (the gods and semi-gods) but also of all humanity.[27] This, of course, is a direct link between Vishnu and as being the same genetic engineer. This is not the only reference to this fact, but I’d like to show the evidence—one evidence followed by another—as they pop up in the context.

We have already showed that Vishnu and Kashyapa are one and the same—Kashyapa also being an ancient Sage,[28] full of wisdom, so they say (mostly self-proclaimed, however). It is mostly under the alias Kashyapa as Lord Vishnu is considered the father of humanity.

There is another related parallel in the Vedas, too. In the previous paragraph, I mentioned that Lord Vishnu in the form of Kashyapa was also an ancient Sage—and as Brahma, he was in charge of the Seven Rishis mentioned in the Vedas. One of the important tasks the Rishis had was to write down history as it was dictated by the Chief Sage, Vishnu, or the General, Shiva. The Pleiadians are certainly not the only ones who say that there are different versions of the ancient texts—one version that was meant for us humans to digest and consider being our true history, and then the real history, which was only known to the highest initiates of the secret societies and the Mystery Schools of old. The real history is now hidden, and according to the Pleiadians, they are buried in Antarctica, and other, for now, unreachable places for mankind.[29] [30]

Conversely, there is a direct link between the Hindu “Seven Sages” and their counterpart in the Sumerian texts:

Quote #19: The Apkallu (Akkadian) or Abgal, (Sumerian) are seven Sumerian sages, demigods who are said to have been created by the god Enki (Akkadian: Ea) to establish culture and give civilization to mankind. They served as priests of Enki and as advisors or sages to the earliest “kings” or rulers of Sumer before the flood. They are credited with giving mankind the Me (moral code), the crafts, and the arts. They were seen as fish-like men who emerged from the sweet water Abzu. They are commonly represented as having the lower torso of a fish, or dressed as a fish.[31]

This is useful information. Now we know who it was who wrote down our history on the stone tablets and in cuneiform in ancient Sumer and Babylon as well as in India before that. There still may have been a few humans who were assigned as scribes as well, but the main duty of the scribes were Sages.

Fig. 4. A bird-headed Apkallu on a relief at the palace of 
Ashurnasirpal II; collection of the National Museum in Warsaw.

Moreover, the Akkadian Apkallu may have been fish-like men, just as some Avatars of are described (read Poseidon, Oannes, and Neptune, etc.), but they were apparently also bird-like, i.e. belonging to the “Aquatic Bird Tribe,” which I have claimed for so long now. More evidence to my claims are coming in my direction (fig. 4). These kinds of evidence are hard to dispute.  

Here are some more historical references to the Akkadian/Sumerian Sages:

Quote #20: The Apkallus are referred to in several Sumerian myths in cuneiform literature. They are first referred to in the Erra Epic[4] by the character of Marduk who asks “Where are the Seven Sages of the Apsu, the pure puradu fish, who just as their lord Ea, have been endowed with sublime wisdom?”[5] According to the Temple Hymn of Ku’ara, all seven sages are said to have originally belonged to the city of Eridu. However, the names and order of appearance of these seven sages are varied in different sources. They are also referred to in the incantation series Bit Meseri’s third tablet.[6] In non-cuneiform sources, they find references in the writings of Berossus, the 3rd century BC, Babylonian priest of Bel Marduk. Berossus describes the appearance from the Persian Gulf of the first of these sages Oannes and describes him as a monster with two heads, the body of a fish and human feet. He then relates that more of these monsters followed. The seven sages are also referred to in an exorcistic text where they are described as bearing the likeness of carps.[32]

Fig.5. The archeological mound of Eridu, the city where the seven sages first appeared.

We have these strange-looking alien beings coming up from the ocean, teaching humanity their own history, and written down by the Sages. They certainly must have made an impression on the people who met them—who definitely believed they were gods and therefore more eager to swallow the truths and the half-truths this Aquatic Bird-Tribe was telling them. A similar thing most probably happened in the Indian valley. The old saying that “history repeats itself” is certainly appropriate to use here.

I will show much more evidence how different Vedic creatures correlate with the Sumerian creatures and also which star systems and/or star constellations they originate from. This also gives us great clues how these beings look like in their “natural form,” although they of course are shape-shifters and can take on any shape and form they like.  Nevertheless, we are going to see that what I will call the Aquatic Bird-Tribe is quite dominant amongst the AIF conspirators, although other types of beings are present as well.

IV. What Did All These Sailors See? Were They All Just Drunk, or are Mermaids for Real???

What we notice more and more the deeper we research these star beings is that many, if not most of them, are aquatic in nature. They are connected to water. In the beginning, I was quite certain that this was just a metaphor and that the ancient texts were just talking about the Cosmic Ocean as the “Sea.” This is not the case—these star beings are bird-like aquatic beings, and their three main elements are the ether,  water and air! Although the Cosmic Ocean metaphor applies on occasion, I always had the feeling there was more to it, and this is it!

I’m going to spend this section expanding on this concept, and I am going to use available resources to do so. I have already made a jump start by discussing and his connection with the Bird Tribe and him living in the Sea in his different Sumerian counterparts, or Avatars. Later on, we’ll see that his Vedic counterparts have connection to water as well, but we are going to start at another end and work the way there, just to eventually end up in another paper that will bring up the issue further.

We were discussing Jesus in Section II above, so let’s do a light start there, and that will bring us to the real issue. Our trail begins in Greek, with the Goddess Semiramis.

Quote #21: According to the legend as related by Diodorus, Semiramis was of noble parents, the daughter of the fish-goddess Derketo of Ascalon in Syria and a mortal. Derketo abandoned her at birth and drowned herself. Doves fed the child until Simmas, the royal shepherd, found and raised her.[33]

Each tradition, be it Greek, Roman, Sumerian, Vedic, or whatever, has its own specific story details that are unique for that tradition, but the main stories across the board often correlate. Here we see again how the Greek mythology talks about a fish-goddess (water), but also about doves that fed her as a child (bird). Where else have we heard of doves? Let’s take a look at the Bible. Matthew 3:16.

Quote #22: As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him.[34]

Interesting how in one single Bible verse, both the water and the bird are mentioned. Here, God is the metaphor of a dove. Now, unusually for these papers, we’re going to move to Syria, and a Syrian legend.

Quote #23: Atargatis /əˈtɑrɡətɨs/ or Ataratheh (/əˈtærəθə/; Aramaic: ‘Atar‘atheh or Tar‘atheh‎) was a Syrian deity, the chief goddess of northern Syria (Michael Rostovtzeff called her “the great mistress of the North Syrian lands”), Ctesias also used the name Derceto for her. and to the Romans as Dea Syriae (“Syrian goddess”). Primarily she was a goddess of fertility, but, as the baalat (“mistress”) of her city and people, she was also responsible for their protection and well-being. Her chief sanctuary was at Hierapolis, modern Manbij, northeast of Aleppo, Syria. She is sometimes described as a mermaid-goddess, because of a fish-bodied goddess at Ascalon. However, there is no evidence that Atargatis was worshipped at Ascalon, and all iconographic evidence shows her as anthropomorphic.[35]

We also saw a reference to Derceto (Derketo) in Quote #21, in Greek mythology. Here, in Syria, she is primarily a “goddess of fertility” and also a goddess of protection. However, here is an interesting line from Quote #23: “She is sometimes described as a mermaid-goddess, because of a fish-bodied goddess at Ascalon.” The next sentence says that there is no evidence that Atargatis was worshipped at Ascalon, but as I just showed in Quote #21, the same thing is mentioned in the Greek legend. Let us look up the definition of mermaid:

Quote #24: A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with the upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Africa and Asia. The first stories appeared in ancient Assyria, in which the goddess Atargatis transformed herself into a mermaid out of shame for accidentally killing her human lover. Mermaids are sometimes associated with perilous events such as floods, storms, shipwrecks and drownings. In other folk traditions (or sometimes within the same tradition), they can be benevolent or beneficent, bestowing boons or falling in love with humans.[36]

Fig. 6. A mermaid. Keep in mind her red hair for later reference.

For the records, mermen (male mermaids) exist as well in the old legends, but we don’t hear very much about them in these terms, but they would be the mermaids’ male counterpart, of course. We hear about Poseidon being a fish-man (merman) at times, as well as Oannes,, and their counterpart—, who always has been equated to water. Aquarius, the water sign, is’s astrological sign. However, when I mention mermen, I’m more thinking about creatures who swim in the ocean, being observed by fishermen and sailors in general—more commonly centuries ago.

Now, let us return to Atargatis, where we left out in Quote #23.

Quote #25: Her [Atargatis’ or Ataratheh’s] consort is usually Hadad. As Ataratheh, doves and fish were considered sacred by her, doves as an emblem of the Love-Goddess, and fish as symbolic of the fertility and life of the waters. According to a third-century Syriac source, “In Syria and in Urhâi [Edessa] the men used to castrate themselves in honor of Taratha. But when King Abgar became a believer, he commanded that anyone who emasculated himself should have a hand cut off. And from that day to the present no one in Urhâi emasculates himself anymore.”[37]

This is another reference to a very insane part of humanity’s history. Just as I told the reader in Level IV how the monks used to castrate themselves in order to follow their “cause,” after was castrated himself by his brother, Ninurta, and became a “goddess,” men in Syria did the same thing, until a reasonably sane king put an end to it. It’s a sad event that mankind is so easily misled that they are willing to do anything to please those who have put themselves as authority or because of religion. In the case of the latter, people often did it voluntarily, while in the case of obeying a king, they mostly did it out of fear.

Anyway, here we also have a reference to Hadad, being Atargatis’ consort and fish and doves being sacred animals. As we look back at our more correct ancient history, we start seeing a pattern—these two animals, being fish and doves—were often sacred in certain parts of the world. We have also seen a relationship between Jesus and the dove. Now, let’s look at Hadad in order to eventually narrow this down to show the reader my point.

Quote #26: Hadad (Ugaritic — Haddu) is a Northwest Semitic storm and rain god, cognate in name and origin with the earlier attested East Semitic Akkadian (Assyrian-Babylonian) god Adad. Hadad was also called “Pidar”, “Rapiu”, “Baal-Zephon”, or often simply Baʿal (Lord), but this title was also used for other gods. The bull was the symbolic animal of Hadad. He appeared bearded, often holding a club and thunderbolt while wearing a bull-horned headdress. Hadad was equated with the Indo-European Nasite Hittite storm-god Teshub; the Egyptian god Set; the Greek god Zeus; and the Roman god Jupiter, as Jupiter Dolichenus.[38]

Now we start getting more evidence as of who is who. Hadad is related to being a storm and rain god—in Babylon also known as Adad (whom we mentioned in Level IV in relation to the Great Deluge). Hadad is further associated with the Bull (Taurus/the Pleiades), the thunderbolt, and wearing a bull-horned headdress. In Egypt he was known as Set, in Greece as Zeus, and in Rome as Jupiter. We can hardly get any clearer and more solid references to Utu Shamash a.k.a. Lord Marduk. Then, if Hadad/Marduk is the male counterpart of Atargatis, she must be Inanna/Ishtar/Isis. This, of course, was already hinted at when the texts started mentioning “fertility goddess,” although fertility goddess can also be applied to Ereškigal.

There is more:

Quote #27: As a consequence of the first half of the name, Atargatis has frequently, though wrongly, been identified as ‘Ashtart.[16] The two deities were probably of common origin and have many features in common, but their cults are historically distinct.[39]


…she appeared repeatedly with her consort, Hadad, and in the richly syncretic religious culture at Dura-Europos, was worshipped as Artemis Azzanathkona.[20] Two well preserved temples in Niha, Lebanon are dedicated to her and to Hadad. In the 1930s, numerous Nabatean bas-relief busts of Atargatis were identified by Nelson Glueck at Khirbet et-Tannûr, Jordan, in temple ruins of the early first century CE;[21] there the lightly veiled goddess’s lips and eyes had once been painted red, and a pair of fish confronted one another above her head. Her wavy hair, suggesting water to Glueck, was parted in the middle. At Petra the goddess from the north was syncretised with a North Arabian goddess from the south al-Uzzah, worshipped in the one temple. At Dura-Europus among the attributes of Atargatis are the spindle and the sceptre or fish-spear.[40]


Not unnaturally she is identified with the Greek Aphrodite. By the conjunction of these many functions, despite originating as a sea deity analogous to Amphitrite, she becomes ultimately a great nature-goddess, analogous to Cybele and Rhea: In one aspect she typifies the protection of water in producing life; in another, the universal of other-earth; in a third (influenced, no doubt, by Chaldean astrology), the power of Destiny.[41]

Here we have a reference to Aphrodite, whom I earlier equated with Inanna and her aliases in different cultures, just to eventually land in Egypt as Isis. A pair of fish confronted each other above Atargatis’ hair (again, it makes me think of the Pope’s fish hat). Inevitably, as this trail of evidence that keeps pouring in like stormy water (no pun intended), it leads us to Arabia and the Middle East, but also to Nigeria in Africa and the Yoruba Religion. So, bear with me here—the evidence is overwhelming.

Quote #28: In the Yorùbá religion, Ṣàngó (also spelled Sango, Shango; often known as Xangô or Changó in Latin America and the Caribbean; and also known as Jakuta) (from ‘=shan, ‘to strike’) is perhaps one of the most popular Orisha; also known as the god of fire, lightning and thunder. Shango is historically a royal ancestor of the Yoruba as he was the third king of the Oyo Kingdom prior to his posthumous deification. In the Lukumí (Olokun mi = “my dear one”) religion of the Caribbean, Shango is considered the center point of the religion as he represents the Oyo people of West Africa, the symbolic ancestors of the adherents of the faith. All the major initiation ceremonies (as performed in Cuba, Trinidad, Puerto Rico and Venezuela for the last few hundred years) are based on the traditional Shango ceremony of Ancient Oyo. This ceremony survived the Middle Passage and is considered to be the most complete to have arrived on Western shores. This variation of the Yoruba initiation ceremony became the basis of all Orisha initiations in the West.[42]

Shango, as a god of fire, lighting and thunder, can now, without having to provide tons of evidence, easily be equated with Marduk and his West African connections (and when it comes to Africa—not only Egypt).

Now, after the introduction to the West African culture is made, let’s continue:

Quote #29: Following Oduduwa, Oranyan and Ajaka, Sango (or Jakuta) was the third Alafin (king) of Oyo. In Professor Mason’s mythological account of heroes and kings, contrary to his peaceful brother Ajaka, he was a powerful and even violent ruler. Moreover, he is said to have had supernatural forces because he could produce thunder and lightning. He reigned for seven years, the whole of which period was marked by his continuous campaigns and his many battles. The end of his reign resulted from his own inadvertent destruction of his palace by lightning. During his lifetime, He was married to three wives namely Osun, Oba and Oya. Oya (who is his favorite) was a mystical creature who can transform into human form although is basically an animal.[43]

So, Shango (Sango) had three wives—please keep this in mind as we move on to the Arabic/Islamic mythology (my emphasis is in italics, as usual).

Quote #30: Al-Uzzá (Arabic: العزى‎ al-ʻUzzá [al ʕuzzaː]) was one of the three chief goddesses of Arabian religion in pre-Islamic times and was worshiped as one of the daughters of Allah by the pre-Islamic Arabs along with Allāt and Manāt. Al-‘Uzzá was also worshipped by the Nabataeans, who equated her with the Greek goddess Aphrodite Ourania (Roman Venus Caelestis). A stone cube at aṭ-Ṭā’if (near Mecca) was held sacred as part of her cult. She is mentioned in the Qur’an Sura 53:19 as being one of the goddesses that people worshiped.[44]


Al-‘Uzzá’s presence in South Arabia has been thoroughly effaced by time but her presence has not been obliterated far north at Petra of the Nabataeans, who had deities with Arabian names early in their history, whom they later associated with Hellenistic gods, al-‘Uzzá becoming associated with Isis and with Aphrodite.Excavations at Petra since 1974 have revealed a temple, apparently dedicated to Isis/al-‘Uzzá, now named after some carvings found inside, the Temple of the Winged Lions (Hammond). Inscriptions record the name of al-‘Uzzá at Petra.[45]

Fig. 7. The goddess Al-Uzzá. Note the two fish above her head.

Here, in the South Arabian, pre-Islamic/Islamic texts, we have another reference to Aphrodite/Isis/Inanna/Ishtar. Again, we have two fish symbols on top of her head, referring to her aquatic nature (fig. 7). Also, instead of having three wives, the Chief Deity, Allah, has three daughters, whereof Al-Uzzá is one (see my italic emphasis in the first paragraph of Quote #30 above). Let’s examine Allāt, being one of these three daughters (my emphasis in italics).

Quote #31: Especially in older sources, Allat is an alternative name of the Mesopotamian goddess of the underworld, now usually known as Ereshkigal. She was reportedly also venerated in Carthage under the name Allatu.[46]

Fig. 8. Allāt/Minerva/Ereškigal. Statue of the 2nd century AD from As-Suwayda, Syria (Roman province). National Museum of Damascus

We are now starting to come full circle, returning to the Underworld and Queen Ereškigal of old Mesopotamia/Sumer/Babylon. Let’s continue with Allāt, collecting even more evidence:

Quote #32: The goddess occurs in early Safaitic graffiti (Safaitic han-‘Ilāt “the Goddess”) and the Nabataeans of Petra and the people of Hatra also worshipped her, equating her with the Greek Athena and Tyche and the Roman Minerva. She is frequently called “the Great Goddess” in Greek in multi-lingual inscriptions. According to Wellhausen, the Nabataeans believed al-Lāt was the mother of Hubal (and hence the mother-in-law of Manāt).

The Greek historian Herodotus, a writer of the 5th century BC, also considered her being the equivalent of Aphrodite:

The Assyrians call Aphrodite Mylitta, the Arabians Alilat [Greek spelling: Ἀλιλάτ], and the Persians Mithra. In addition that deity is associated with the Indian deity Mitra.[47]

All these cultures (Rome, Greece, Sumer, South Arabia, Egypt, West Africa, etc.) believed that this goddess was either the greatest of them all, or one or the greatest. The ancient Egyptians, for example, did not think that the Underworld was something bad—it was part of the afterlife process. The Book of the Dead, for example, does not look at the Underworld as a negative place—it describes it as a guideline for the soul, finding herself in a place of options and opportunities after the death of the shell (the body). The soul of the dead person could continue her journey in a direction that suited her the most in order to evolve in a more rapid pace. Little did they know that this was (and is) a great deception, and ultimately leads directly into the AIF’s dimension of “recycling of souls.”

In addition to what we’ve mentioned thus far regarding Ereškigal,, and Marduk, by looking at the above quotes, we can conclude the following: we have established Queen Ereškigal’s link across the different cultures—she is the counterpart of Minerva in Rome and Athena in Greece., who is equated with being Ereškigal’s consort in the Underworld, took many wives—something we knew since earlier—and we have showed additional evidence that Marduk is sometimes intertwined with his father,—especially when we touch the Underworld subject.

Let us re-examine Ereškigal’s Greek counterpart, in order to make the circle complete.

Quote #33: 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. The story of her birth comes in several versions. In the one most commonly cited, Zeus lay with Metis, the goddess of crafty thought and wisdom, but he immediately feared the consequences. It had been prophesied that Metis would bear children more powerful than the sire, even Zeus himself. In order to forestall these dire consequences, after lying with Metis, Zeus “put her away inside his own belly”; he “swallowed her down all of a sudden”. He was too late: Metis had already conceived.[48]

The above text is interesting even if standing alone by itself—it shows the Divine Male giving birth to the Divine Female, which is the opposite of the truth; another masquerade of the Patriarchal Regime.

Now consider this: if Athena is equated to Allāt and Ereškigal, and Allāt is one of Allah’s daughters, would Zeus then be Allah’s counterpart? We are once again back to and Marduk (I sometimes think of as Marduk Sr. and’s son as Marduk Jr. The same think could be said about Zeus—on most parts, Zeus is equated with Marduk [Jr.], but on occasion, he is equated with, although that doesn’t make sense in a broader perspective when we look at the Pantheon. Zeus clearly is a “younger god,” i.e. one of those who “came after”—one of the Invaders.)

Then, if we go back to Semiramis and her link to Isis, a certain picture starts to emerge, perhaps. Many are waiting for a male “Messiah” to come down to save mankind—many even say that this Messiah will be either or Marduk. However, could it be that the AIF is pulling our legs in a way very few people have thought of? Could it be that people are waiting for someone whom they don’t expect? Maybe the “Anti-Christ” is still a male (Marduk), but if the following is the case, the Universe has once and for all lost the heir of the Throne of the Orion Empire. Consider this: the Dove is a (Divine) Feminine symbol. If we then take Semiramis and her counterpart, Isis, into consideration, we have, not a male Messiah, but a female!

Wes Penre, Thursday, August 21, 2014


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

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

Thank you,




[4] Is 31:4, 5-note











[15] As noted in a previous level, enlightenment is initially related to Prince Ninurta (En.lil), from where the word enlightenment stems from (EN[LIL]ightenment).








[23] KJV,  “Authorized Version,” Cambridge Edition, 1611, “Book of Revelation 4:4,” op. cit.






[29] Pleiadian Lecture, Mars 2014.

[30] In fact, just recently, they have found civilizations buried under the ice of Antarctica, and they are currently working on digging in out as best as they can.




[34] KJV Version, Matthew 3:16,  

[35] Also, as a side note, when we look up these “mythological” gods and goddesses—particularly in Wikipedia—we see references to rock bands as well with the same names; often in the genre of heavy metal or death metal. This is a totally different subject, but these band members are not ignorant—they know quite a lot about the occult, and the different mythologies of the world. They use their knowledge to mind control and to distract the masses. That is what the music industry is all about—their sole purpose; and to make tons of money, of course…





[40] Ibid.







[47] Ibid. Italic not in original.


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