naga tribes

where did blood types originate from? we can tell (most modernly) by the higher percentages in different places.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type_distribution_by_country

where did my blood type genetics originate from? being that my mother is 0-  & father is b-

~naga  bloodline tracing~

my ancient “modern” tracing of 0 naga comes from (african ~ arabian~  egyptian ~mediterranean – spanish~ celt-iberian~ gaelic black irish)  (urilic-finno, celt, arabic)

&   b naga comes from ~ (indian ~bangladeshi & bombay ~ rajastan~ pakistan -~egyptian~ ~arabian~ tibetien~ ~ siberian(russia ukraine)~  )    (indo-european chinese hebrew-arabic) ~

0 naga is the oldest bloodline in the world, b naga being the second oldest, then a naga & ab naga which had developed over time in south east asia.

0 nagas of atlantis infused with b nagas of lumuria

http://atlantisrisingmagazine.com/article/where-atlantis-meets-lemuria/

so where is the root of the nagas? where did we come from?

ab nagas came from south east asia – (neanderthal- dravidians)  (hybrid giants)

a nagas came from australia , migrated through asia,  siberia, eastern & northern europe.(neanderthal) -blue eye gene ( tall giants) – aryan bloodline- (illuminati- reptillian bloodline) -direction- north

b nagas came from kumari kandam, lumuria & north india into south central asia  (dravidians) dark & green eyes (serpent bloodline) – direction middle

0 nagas came from atlantis. ( homo heidelbergenisis)- cro magnon  -dark eyes – direction -south

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kumari_Kandam

The Lost Continent of Kumari Kandam

The Lost Continent of Kumari Kandam

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Most people are familiar with the story of Atlantis, the legendary sunken city as described by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato. Till this day, opinion is still divided as to whether this story should be understood literally or taken merely as a morality tale. Further east in the subcontinent of India is a similar tale, though it probably is less well known compared to that of Atlantis. This is the ‘lost continent’ of Lemuria, frequently connected to the legend of Kumari Kandam by speakers of the Tamil language.

The term Lemuria has its origins in the latter part of the 19 th century. The English geologist Philip Sclater was puzzled by the presence of lemur fossils in Madagascar and India but not in mainland Africa and the Middle East. Thus, in his 1864 article entitled ‘The Mammals of Madagascar’, Sclater proposed that Madagascar and India were once part of a larger continent, and named this missing landmass ‘Lemuria’. Sclater’s theory was accepted by the scientific community of that period as the explanation of the way lemurs could have migrated from Madagascar to India or vice versa in ancient times. With the emergence of the modern concepts of continental drift and plate tectonics, however, Sclater’s proposition of a submerged continent was no longer tenable. Yet, the idea of a lost continent refused to die, and some still believe that Lemuria was an actual continent that existed in the past.

One such group is the Tamil nationalists. The term Kumari Kandam first appeared in the 15 th century Kanda Puranam, the Tamil version of the Skanda Puranam. Yet, stories about an ancient land submerged by the Indian Ocean have been recorded in many earlier Tamil literary works. According to the stories, there was a portion of land that was once ruled by the Pandiyan kings and was swallowed by the sea. When narratives about Lemuria arrived in colonial India, the country was going through a period when folklore was beginning to permeate historic knowledge as facts. As a result, Lemuria was quickly equated with Kumari Kandam.

Bhagavata-Purana, 10th Skanda

Bhagavata-Purana, 10th Skanda. Image source .

The story of Kumari Kandam is not regarded as just a story, but seems to be laden with nationalistic sentiments. It has been claimed that the Pandiyan kings of Kumari Kandam were the rulers of the whole Indian continent, and that Tamil civilisation is the oldest civilisation in the world. When Kumari Kandam was submerged, its people spread across the world and founded various civilisations, hence the claim that the lost continent was also the cradle of human civilisation.

So, how much truth is there in the story of Kumari Kandam? According to researchers at India’s National Institute of Oceanography, the sea level was lower by 100 m about 14,500 years ago and by 60 m about 10,000 years ago. Hence, it is entirely possible that there was once a land bridge connecting the island of Sri Lanka to mainland India. As the rate of global warming increased between 12,000 and 10,000 years ago, the rising sea levels resulted in periodic flooding. This would have submerged prehistoric settlements that were located around the low-lying coastal areas of India and Sri Lanka. Stories of these catastrophic events may have been transmitted orally from one generation to another and finally written down as the story of Kumari Kandam.

One piece of evidence used to support the existence of Kumari Kandam is Adam’s Bridge (also called Rama’s Bridge), a chain of limestone shoals made up of sand, silt and small pebbles located in the Palk Strait extending 18 miles from mainland India to Sri Lanka.  This strip of land was once believed to be a natural formation, however, others argue that images taken by a NASA satellite depict this land formation to be a long broken bridge under the ocean’s surface.

The location of Adam’s Bridge between India and Sri Lanka

The existence of a bridge in this location is also supported by another ancient legend.  The Ramayana tells the tale of Sita, Rama’s wife, being held captive on the island of Lanka. Rama commissions a massive building project to construct a bridge to transport his army of Vanara (ape men) across the ocean to Lanka.

As with most so-called myths, it seems likely that there is at least some truth to the ancient Tamil legends of Kumari Kandam, but just how much, is yet to be determined.

By Ḏḥwty

References

Jayakaran, S. C., 2011`. The Lemuria Myth. [Online]
Available at: http://www.frontline.in/navigation/?type=static&page=archiveSearch&aid=20110422280809000&ais=08&avol=28

Mahalingam, N., 2010. Lemuria and Kumari Kandam. [Online]
Available at: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/tamil-nadu/lemuria-and-kumari-kandam/article482101.ece

Naga

HINDU MYTHOLOGY
Alternative Titles: nāga, nagi

Naga, ( Sanskrit: “serpent”) in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, a member of a class of mythical semidivine beings, half human and half cobra. They are a strong, handsome species who can assume either wholly human or wholly serpentine form and are potentially dangerous but often beneficial to humans. They live in an underground kingdom called Naga-loka, or Patala-loka, which is filled with resplendent palaces, beautifully ornamented with precious gems. The creator deity Brahma relegatedthe nagas to the nether regions when they became too populous on earth and commanded them to bite only the truly evil or those destined to die prematurely. They are also associated with waters—rivers, lakes, seas, and wells—and are guardians of treasure.

Three notable nagas are Shesha (or Ananta), who in the Hindu myth of creation supports Narayana (Vishnu) as he lies on the cosmic ocean and on whom the created world rests; Vasuki, who was used as a churning rope to churn the cosmic ocean of milk; and Takshaka, the tribal chief of the snakes. In modern Hinduism the birth of the serpents is celebrated on Naga-panchami in the month of Shravana (July–August).

The female nagas (naginis or nagis) are serpent princesses of striking beauty. The dynasties of Manipur in northeastern India, the Pallavas in southern India, and the ruling family of Funan (ancient Indochina) each claimed an origin in the union of a human being and a nagi.

In Buddhism, nagas are often represented as door guardians or, as in Tibet, as minor deities. The nagaking Muchalinda, who sheltered the Buddha from rain for seven days while he was deep in meditation, is beautifully depicted in the 9th–13th century Mon-Khmer Buddhas of what are now Thailand and Cambodia. In Jainism the Tirthankara (saviour) Parshvanatha is always shown with a canopy of nagahoods above his head.

Naga people (Lanka)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cobra symbolism in a Sri Lankan Hindu statue of the Nainativu Nagapooshani Amman Temple

Cobra symbolism in a Sri Lankan Buddhist statue. According to Buddhist scripture the Naga king Muchalinda shielded the Buddha from getting wet in the rain by coiling round him and holding his large hood above the Buddha’s head.[1]

The Naga people, also known as Cheras, among with the Yakkshas, were an ancient tribe who ones inhabited Sri Lanka. The Naga people appear until the third century BCE as a distinct group in the early Sri Lankan chronicles as well as early Tamil literary works.[2] In the third century BCE they started to assimilate to Tamil language and culture.[3]

The Nagas had by the 9th century AD or probably earlier assimilated into the major groups, the Sri Lankan Tamils and Sinhalese. Naga identity was visible in history through persons with the name Naga added to their personal names.[4][page needed] According to several authors they may have been a race of the Dravidians.[5][6]

Origins[edit]

The Yakshas and the Nagas are depicted in the Pali epic Mahavamsa as the early inhabitants of Lanka when Vijaya arrived in the island in 500 B.C.[citation needed][a] According to Manogaran, some scholars also “have postulated that the Yakshas and Nagas […] are the aboriginal tribes of Sri Lanka”.[6] Holt concludes that they were not Tamils, but a distinct group.[2][b]

Ancient Naga tribes[edit]

The Oliyar, Parathavar, Maravar and Eyinar who are widespread across South India and North-East Sri Lanka are all Naga tribes.[citation needed]

Early Tamil literary works such as Kaliththokai mention that many Naga tribes such as Maravar, Eyinar, Oliar, Oviar, Aruvalur and Parathavar migrated to the Pandyan dynasty and started living there in the Third Sangam period 2000 years ago.[citation needed]

Ramayana[edit]

See also: Nāga

In the Ramayana, the mythological island Lanka is been often identified with Sri Lanka. The inhabitants of Lanka were mentioned as non humans, mainly referring to the Rakshasas and Yakshas, but also mentioning the Nagas.[6] Indrajit, the son of Ravana was married to Sulochana, a Naga princess.

Naga territory[edit]

An early copper coin discovered at Uduththurai port carries the name Naga bumi in Tamil, referring to the Naga Dynasty of the North.[citation needed]

History[edit]

Naga Nadu[edit]

By the time Buddhism had reached Tamilakam, the twin epics of ancient Tamil Nadu Silappatikaram (5-6th century CE) and Manimekalai (6th century CE) were written, speaking of Naga Nadu across the sea from Kaveripoompuharpattinam.[10]

Manimekalai speaks of the great Naga king Valai Vanan and his queen Vasamayilai who ruled over Manipallavam, todays Nainativu, which is also known as Nagadeepa. [11]Their daughter, the princess Pilli Valai had a liaison at Nainativu islet with the early Chola king Killivalavan; out of this union was born Prince Tondai Eelam Thiraiyar, who historians note was the early progenitor of the Pallava Dynasty.[12] He went on to rule Tondai Nadu from Kanchipuram. Nainativu was referred to as Manipallavam in ancient Tamil literature following this union. Royals of the Chola-Naga lineage would go on to rule other territory of the island, Nagapattinam and Tondai Nadu of Tamilakam.[citation needed]

Cīttalai Cāttanār, the author of the Manimekalai, reflected the perception at the time that Naga Nadu was an autonomous administrative entity, kingdom or nadu stretching across coastal districts, distinguished from the rest of the island also ruled intermittently by Tamil kings.[citation needed]

The Pali work Mahavamsa and the Tamil work Manimekalai, mentions a dispute between two Naga kings, which was settled by the Lord Buddha.[4][page needed]

Ptolemy in his 1st century map of Taprobane mentions Nagadiboi. Ptolemy mentions in 150 CE that King Sornagos (Chora Naga of Anuradhapura), a descendant of this lineage, ruled from the early Chola capital of Uraiyur during this time. Kaveripoompuharpattinam received many adulatory comparisons to the Naga capital Kadiramalai in the classical period.[citation needed]

Culture[edit]

Irrigation[edit]

It is also believed they were great irrigation engineers who built water storages.[1] The Giant’s Tank dam and reservoir system in Mannar, Sri Lanka is considered by some (Such as Author, Mudaliyar C. Rajanayagam) to have been built by the Nagas based on the extensive ruins and the presence of villages with surrounding the port with Naga name (e.g. Nagarkulam, Nagathazhvu and Sirunagarkulam).[13]

Snake worship[edit]

Sri Lankan Tamil Hindus since ancient times have regarded the cobra as a divine being by the passing down of Naga traditions and beliefs. Further, a cobra can be found entwining itself round the neck of the supreme Hindu god Shiva as the serpent-king Vasuki. Cobras can also be found in images of Vishnu.[1][5]

The Myths of Naga Origin
By:- R.B. Thohe Pou *
Introduction

The Nagas inhabit in four states in India and in the Western parts of Myanmar. The Nagas live between Brahmaputra and Chindwin River specifically from 930E to 960E longitudes and 240N to 270N latitudes.1 The area is about 100,000 Sq.Km of the Patkai range within the longitudes between 930E and 970E and 231/20 N and 280N latitudes.2

According to J.P. Mills, the Nagas live in the area, “bounded by the Hudkawng valley in the north-east, the plains of Brahmaputra valley to the north-west, of Cachar to the south-west and of the Chindwin to the east. In the south, the Manipur valley roughly marks the point of contact between the Naga tribes and the very much more closely interrelated group of Kuki tribes Thadou, Lushei, Chin, etc,”3

In India they are found in Nagaland, four Districts in Manipur, one District in Assam and two Districts in Arunachal Pradesh. In addition to this, many Nagas inhabit in Western parts of Myanmar (Burma). In Myanmar, Nagas are concentrated in the Somrah Tract bordering India, which comes under Kachin state and Saging Sub-division.

There are 45 major tribes with the population about 3 millions in 2001. There are 13 tribes in Nagaland, 17 tribes in Manipur, 2 tribes in Assam, 3 tribes in Arunachal Pradesh and 10 tribes in Myanmar. According to Naga National Right and Movements NNC, there are 77 tribes, which includes the sub-tribe and major tribes. According to 2001 Census, the Nagas from Nagaland and Manipur comprise of about 2.7 millions and the rest of the Nagas comprise of about 0.3 millions of population.

The Nagas have no written historical record about their origin and the route of migration to their present inhabitation; some writers believed that Nagas immigrated from three directions – North East, North West and South East. However it is a general believe that the majority of the Nagas immigrated from South East through the corridor of Indo-Myanmar border to the Naga Hills.

According to the report on the province of Assam in 1854 by Mills A.J. Moffatt, the British first came to contact with the Nagas in 1832 when the Captain Jenkins and Pamberton along with 700 soldiers and 800 coolies or porters to carry their baggage and provision marched across the Naga Hills in their attempt to find a route from Manipur to Assam. When the British came to the Naga Hills, the Nagas continued to raid the British troops in different villages. The fight between the Nagas and British continued till 1880 when the fort of Khonoma was finally fell into the hand of British troops.

After 1880, the British troops dominated in many parts of the Naga Hills but the Konyak tribe continued to fight the British till 1939.4 The British administered in most of the Naga villages but they did not controlled over in all the Nagas villages. When the British left the Nagas Hills after the India got Independence, the Nagas declared Nagaland (Nagalim) as an Independence Nation on 14th August 1947. But the Indian Government did not recognize the unilateral declaration of the Naga National Independence and the indigenous Naga people continue to struggle to get sovereignty from the Indian Government.

What some of the authorities of Nagas say about Nagas?

The Nagas belong to the Mongoloid stock. The Philologists have grouped Naga languages as belonging to the Tibeto-Burma family. There are some Naga villages, which have different dialects, which cannot be understood by other villagers but each tribe has common language. For instance, there are three Poumai Naga villages, which cannot be understood by other villagers. The Tangkhul Nagas – every village has a different dialect, which is not understandable by other villagers.

The Nagas are very courageous, industrious, cordial, colorful, amicable and truthful. They have a sense of humor, very candid and hospitable to any strangers too. Different authorities on Nagas commented on Nagas. To quote Dr. Verrier Elwin, “They are a fine people, of whom their country is proud, strong and self reliant, with the free and independent outlook characteristics of highlanders every where, good to look at, with and unerring instinct for color and design, friendly and cheerful with a keen sense of humoured, gifted with splendid dances and a love of song.”5

J.H. Hutton, an authority on Nagas commented, “One of the first characteristics that strikes a visitor to the Angami’s country is his hospitality, a hospitality which is always ready to entertain a visitor and which forms a curious contrast to the very canning frugality of his domestic economy…Another very striking trait of the Angami is his geniality. Both men and women are exceedingly good humoured and always ready for a joke.”6

J.P. Mills commenting on the Lotha Nagas he wrote, “Their sense of humor is well developed and they are always already with a laugh.”7 It is a Naga tradition, they treat their guests with great hospitality and honor their guests by offering with meats and rice beer. Maj. Gen. Sardeshpande, one of the Indian Authors on Nagas comments the Khiamungans and Konyaks Nagas as,

“Nagas are magnificent. You have to see and live amidst them to believe this simple statement. A very large majority of us know little about them. The little that we now is about their nakedness, headhunting and anti-national, hostile, underground, insurgent activity for the last thirty years of independence India’s consciousness of it north-eastern periphery…By nature they are suspicious, sensitive, wary, distrustful, inward-looking, volatile and very very proud. There cannot be a better friend than the Naga once he identifies his friend; there cannot be a worse foe than the Naga once he feels deceived or let down. Deep inside his inscrutable exterior and penetrating eyes there is tremendous warmth, great geniality. Sharp intellect and immense good-will.”8

Shimray R.R., one of the Nagas Authorities on Nagas wrote about the Nagas as, “Indeed, they are fierce looking and hostile to those with bad intentions, but certainly not all the attributes are right. They are, on the contrary, very good to those who are good to them, and friendly to those who are friendly and exceptionally hospitable to those who come with good intentions.”9

Many authorities on Nagas wrote that Nagas are amicable, hospitable and humorous. In addition, the Nagas love democracy, equality, justice and freedom of life from every aspect of life. The Nagas seniors do not expect high respect and reverend from their juniors as they believe in equality and freedom in life. Every one believes in equality and there is no system of slave and master in Naga society. The Nagas are a big family where there is no division of caste, creed and religion. The Nagas are generally candid, amicable and hospitable people but they also endowed with their own weak points and negativism. They are orthodox, conservative, and sensitive to their traditions and do not like criticism.

Myth of Nagas Origin

Many ethnologists had studied the tribe of Nagas since ancient time. The British were the pioneers who encountered the Naga people and studied about them. The Nagas have not its own written history about their origin. But the folksong, folk-tale and legends of different tribes of Nagas are the sorts of Naga history that we can trace the origin of the Nagas.

The different authorities on Nagas hypothesized or contributed their opinions about the origin of Nagas. Some authorities traced the origin of Nagas to the head-hunters of Malay and the races of Southern Seas. While the other authorities, traced the origin of Nagas to China. The British who were acquainted with Nagas since in the early 19th century (1832) studied the different tribes of Naga people. The Nagas are different in many aspects from other tribes in Northeast India.

The uniqueness of this tribe brought the curiosity to the British ethnologists to study and wrote about them. Some of the pioneer ethnologists who studies and wrote about Nagas were Dalton, Sir James Johnstone, J.P.Hutton, J.P.Mills, Woodthrope, H.H.Godwin Austin, Mackenzie, Damant etc. Most of the pioneer ethnographers on Nagas were soldiers. The authorities of Nagas were non-professional Anthropologist. This may be one of the reasons that no one study deeply on Nagas’ origin and etymology of the word NAGA and bring out satisfactory explanation with evidences.

Some of the important notes and documents on Nagas were lost and damaged in 1879 insurrections. Damant had Manipur Dictionary and a paper on Angami Nagas, but the Nagas destroyed in the Kohima stockade. The pioneer ethnologists had tried their best to accumulate the information on Nagas but they have inadequate knowledge and information about the Nagas, perhaps due to communication gap (interpreter) and not written history.

There may be slight difference perspective on Nagas by the outsiders and insider writers but the work of the pioneer authorities on Nagas should be acknowledged and appreciated regardless of their incomplete knowledge (notion) on Nagas. The different authorities on Nagas have different perspective about the origin of Nagas. One of the pioneer authorities on Nagas, Sir James Johnstone, who came to contact the Naga people in 1874, wrote about the origin of Nagas as,

“Where the Angami came from must be uncertain till the language of our Eastern Frontier and scientifically analysed. The late Mr. Damant, a man of great talent and pioneers of research, had valuable paper regarding them in hand, but it perished in the insurrection of 1879. The probability is, that they came originally from the South-Eastern corner of Thibet.”10

The folktale and legends of Nagas does not trace their origin from Tibet. But all the stories of origin pointed to the southeast. The folktale and folksong did not support the above theory of Nagas’ migration from Tibet. When James Johnstone came to contact the Nagas in 1874 at Samagudting, an old Naga (centenarian) told him that they had come from the North East and were the Seventh generation living there. Another pioneer authority on Nagas,

J.H. Hutton wrote, “Where the country near Manipur is a much more difficult problem and one quite beyond the scope of this book. All sorts of origins have been connected with the Head-hunters of Malay and the races of the Southern Seas on the one hand, and traced back to China on the other hand.”11

He also stated that the terrace rice cultivation system of Angami is resembled with those tribes of Bontoc or Igorots in Philippines. He did not precisely state about the origin home of Nagas. W.C. Smith a missionary and Sociologist traced the origin of Nagas to the southward movement through Brahmaputra valley.

“It is this southward movement which brought this people down the Brahmaputra valley when they were forced into the mountain vastness or otherwise isolated tract and became the ancestors of the Nagas and other more or less wild tribes. This southward movement pressed on down through Burma and the Malay Peninsula to Borneo and to the Philippines where we have the Dyaks, Igorots and related groups.”12

The hypothesis given by him also may be untenable since the Naga tribes traced their origin to southeast and supported by folk-tale and folk songs. One of the Indian authorities of Nagas, Murot Ramunny writes, “The original home of the Nagas, before they reached the areas they now occupy, is rather difficult to ascertain. Different authorities have connected them with headhunters of Malay, the races of the southern seas, while other trace them back even to China.”13

About the origin of the Nagas, a Naga scholar Dr. Horam also traced the Naga origin to the Southern Seas. He stated that Nagas custom and culture are similar to those tribes in the Southern Seas in many aspects. He writes,

“There can be little doubt that at one time the Nagas must have wandered about before they found this their permanent abode; from their myths and legend one gather that there is dim relationship with the natives of Borneo in that the two have a common traditional way of head hunting; with the Indonesians, as both use the loin loom for weaving cloth. The embroidery on the Naga clothes resembled the kind done on Indonesian clothes.”14

The recent study of the origin of Nagas was by a Naga scholar name R.R. Shimray. He supported Marshall’s view of Indo-China southwards movement. Thus he wrote,

“The Nagas and other tribal of North East India followed the Southward movements toward Indo-China. It has been seen that the ancestors of the Nagas had lived at Sea Coast in the remote past. This has been inferred from the various evidences that the Nagas at one distant past were living near the Sea. This theory is further supported and upheld by the very fact that the last take-off in their migration was from Thangdut in Burma (previously called Hsawngsup and pronounced as Samsok in Tangkhul). The last migration from Samsok (Thangdut) in Burma to Makhel in Mao, Longpi and Hunphun in Ukhrul District is very clear and most recent and is supported by historical facts and monuments.”15

According to Keans, the movement of population had undoubtedly been first southward from the Asiatic mainland, then from the Archipelago eastward to the Pacific. In accordance with this view, it is sure that Nagas were one of the groups from Asiatic mainland who migrated southward direction but they retreated to North West direction to the Naga Hills after reaching the Southern seas of Moulmein. Some tribes from Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia are seems to be the same group of Nagas who retreated from the Southern Seas.

It is believed that some other groups of Nagas went down further from Moulmein to Malaysia, Indonesia and Philippines. Quoting Shimray’s view, “It is very probable that the Nagas had first followed the southward movement and after reaching the coast or some Islands, they turned North-west leaving their brothers somewhere near the coast or perhaps in some Islands.”16

When we study the history of Malaysian origin – they also traced back their origin to Yunnam province in China. The Nagas once lived near the Moulmein seas coast but probable they did not lived in the Island. If they lived in Island there is less possibility to retreat to Naga Hills. But it is sure that once they lived near the Seas coast or must have come from the Seas coast.

It is supported by historical facts (folktale, folklore, legends etc) and the evidences showed that Nagas uses the cowries-shells and conch-shells in decorating their dresses (kilts), which is not found in the hills. The cowries-shells are not found in Naga Hills but the Nagas are fond of cowry’s shells and familiar with the marine shells in decorating their Kilts (pant). They must have used marine shells during their sojourned and acquired the knowledge from the Southern seas of Myanmar.

Shakespeare, who wrote the history of Assam, also wrote that Nagas are resembled to those tribes of Dyaks and they loved the marine-shells, which is not found in Naga village. Thus he wrote, “They recognize a slight resemblance in matters of counting name domestic implements, in a way village architecture and their Head-hunting propensities to those of the Dyaks, while their love marine-shells (which they part with but rarely) may seem to point to a bygone home near the Sea, though they are far inland-residing community.”17

Dr. Horam, an eminent Naga scholar writes, “Some people believe the present group of Nagas came from the Philippines where there is a place called Naga”18 However the above belief is just an assumption because the Naga village (present Naga city) in Philippines was name by Spanish troops only in 1573, when they discovered a flourishing Bikol village with abundance of NARRA TREES in that place.

This Naga city is named after Narra trees, in Bikol Narra is known as Naga. The folk songs and legends of Poumai Naga narrated that they (Nagas) came from Deimaofii, (literal meaning Island or land with water) and ultimately reached MAKHEL following the big rivers.19 Here Deimaofii may also refer to Seas Coast since the Nagas probable did not come from Island. One of the Naga Scholars Late Shimray also believed that Nagas must have come from the seacoast or at least some Islands. Thus he wrote,

“The hypothesis that the Nagas must have come from the seacoast or at least seen some Islands or the seas is strengthened by the life-style of the Nagas and the ornaments being used till today in many Naga villages. The Naga being left undisturbed for such a long time, have retained the culture of the most ancient times till today. Their fondness of Cowries shells for beautifying the dress, and use of Conch shells as ornaments (precious ornaments for them) and the facts that the Nagas have many customs and way of life very similar to that of those living in the remote parts of Borneo, Sarawak, Indonesia, Malaysia etc. indicates that their ancient abode was near the sea, if not in some islands.”20

The folktales and folksongs precisely tell that the Naga crossed the Indo-Myanmar border and came to the present Naga Hills. According to the folktale and mythology of Poumai Naga, the Pou or Shiipfowo was one of the old man who led the Nagas from Indo-Myanmar to MAKHEL (Dispersal site of Nagas) where, all the Nagas were dispersed to various parts of Naga Hills. The entire groups of the people who emigrate from Irrawaddy valley (Myanmar) to MAKHEL were known as NAGA. \

It was only after they dispersed from MAKHEL, they called by the name of tribe naming after their progenitor (forefather). For example, Poumai Naga tribe is named after their progenitor name POU and Mao tribe after the name of MEO. Thus different name of the Naga tribes like Seema, Lotha, Angami, Ao, Tangkhul, Poumai Naga etc came to exist after they departed from MAKHEL.

The whole Naga tribes came for a meeting for a deliberation at Shajouba Village near the Makhel before their departure from Makhel. According to the legend of Poumai Naga, a man name POU (of the prominent leader of Naga) erected his walking stick on the ground after the meeting and left for home. But his walking stick sprouted and rooted inside the earth. The then walking stick growth to be a wild pear tree (Tyaobe) is still alive at Shajouba near Makhel. Whether it is sprouted from Pou’s walking stick or not – the Pear tree is believed to be planted during the Nagas departure from Makhel. The Nagas called this Pear tree as departure tree since it was planted during their departure. The wild Pear tree (Tyaobe) or departure tree planted during their departure meeting is a very important tree, which is still kept reverence by all the Nagas who migrated from Makhel.

The falling of any branches from the wild pear tree due to storm or wind signifies the bad omen. If any branches of that tree fall, the Makhelian (Poumai, Angami, Mao, Tangkhul, Zeliangrong Seema, Lotha, Maram and other Nagas) who dispersed from the dispersal site observed a day, which is forbidden to work in the field. People were strictly restricted to choke-off even a small branch from that tree. It is believed to be a sacred tree for the Nagas. It is believed that anybody who cuts down any branches of that tree will die instantly and heavy rain and storm would come to the areas.

The folktale and folksong of Poumai is convincing that the old man POU led the Naga people from Indo-Myanmar border to the Naga dispersal site (Makhel). It is because the wild pear tree is still alive as evidence. The Nagas considered the wild pear tree as sacred and no one dares to cut any branches from that wild pear tree (Tyaobe). The folksong and folktale of Tangkhul tribe also supported that the Nagas came from Myanmar. Thus Shimray an authority of Nagas wrote,

“The party that went to the right (Northeast) were the Tangkhuls and the Somras. The legend goes that one very brave man called ‘Shimray’ led Tangkhul Nagas. This party went on cutting down the bananas trees so that those who would be coming after them may follow the sign. However, since the banana trees sprouted quickly, the later wave of migration followed the left party thinking that it would be difficult to catch them (Tangkhuls). This is why the majority of the Nagas are found in the Mao-Maram, Tamenglong and Nagaland areas. The Tangkhul and Somrah Nagas were very small in number compared to the other party went leftward.”21

The legends of Tangkhul narrated that they went to Northeast and other greater group went to northwest and settled at Makhel, Senapati District, Manipur, from there the various Naga tribes were dispersed to the Naga Hills. The majority of the Tangkhuls might have went to the north east side during the retreat from Myanmar to Manipur, but the historical facts showed that many of the Tangkhuls were the descendants of Pou or Shiipfowo who were dispersed from Makhel.

The Moi clan (now Muivah clan, Tangkhul) was the descendants of Pou. Basically the Muivah clan was Poumai. The folktales and legends precisely shows the evidence that Nagas were migrated from Myanmar and settled at MAKHEL (Dispersal site of Nagas). The folktale and legends of different tribes of Naga showed that they were migrated from Myanmar. However still there is not any scientific proof about the original place of Nagas, where from they came to Naga Hills.

From the oral history, we may conclude that Nagas hailed from mainland of China who migrated to Myanmar along the rivers and corridors. They migrated to the Southern Seas of Myanmar along the rivers and lived near the Seas coast of Moulmein (Myanmar) for generations before they retreated to Irrawaddy and Chindwin valleys. They lived for generations in Irrawaddy valley but most probably they were driven out to the hills by more advanced races in warfare. The Nagas emigrated from Irrawaddy valley through Indo-Myanmar corridor and settled down at MAKHEL (Dispersal site of Naga tribes), where they were believed to be dispersed to various parts of Naga Hills.

References

1. R.R. Shimray (1985): Origin and Culture of Nagas, New Delhi: Somsok Publications,p-2
2. Vashum R., (2000): Nagas’ Right to Self Determination-An Anthropological Historical
Perspective, Delhi: Mittal Publications, p-9 (cf. Raising et al 1994:1)
3. J.P. Mills (1922): The Lothas Nagas, London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd., p-xvi
4. Iralu D. Kaka (2001): Nagaland history and their relations with other communities,
http:kuknalim.com/modules.php?name=history 5. Op cit. Shimray (1985) p-10
6. J.P. Hutton (1921): The Angami Nagas, Oxford University Press,p-39
7. J.P. Mills (1922): The Lotha Naga
8. Gen. Maj. Sardespande (1987): The Pakoi Nagas, Delhi: Daya Publishing House,p-vii
9. R.R. Shimray (1985): Origin and Culture of Nagas, New Delhi, Samsok Publications,p-6
10. Johnstone Sir James K.C.S.I (1896): Manipur and the Naga Hills, Delhi Cultural Publishing House, p-28
11. J.P. Hutton (1921): The Angami Nagas, Oxford University Press,p-8
12. op.cit. shimray (1985), p-3
13. Ramunny Murot (1998): The world of Nagas, Delhi: Northern Book Center, p-5
14. M. Horam (1975): Naga Polity, New Delhi: B.R. Publishing Co. p-28
15. Shimray R.R.(1985), p-21
16. Ibid p-13
17. Shakespeare L.W. (1914): History of upper Assam, Upper Burma and North East Frontier, p-197
18. Horam (1975), p-25
19. Personal interview (2003): Saluni P. (Head man Koide village) interviewed on 23 May
at Koide village and Vio R. Ex-MLA interviewed on 3rd June at Vakho village.
20. Shimray (1985), p-13
21. Ibid, p-31

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Naga Kingdom

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This article is about the Nagas in Indian epic literature. For the present day Naga people, see Naga people. For the mythological Nagas, see Nāga.

In the Mahabharata the Naga Kingdom is the territory of a hardy and warlike[1] tribe called Nagas. They were also considered as one of the supernatural races like the Kinnaras.

The Sanskrit word Naga[edit]

The word Naga in the Sanskrit language means snake or serpent. It seems likely that the Naga people were a serpent-worshipping group who were later described as serpents themselves in ancient Indian literature. Ayus people were Serpent cult people from the beginning. Serpents are reptiles with “hoods”. Snakes are reptiles without hoods. Maha Vishnu’s Sesha Naga was a huge serpent with 7 hoods. That needs to be differentiated from Shiva’s one headed snake.

References in Mahabharata[edit]

Mahabharata epic begins with history of Nagas, in astonishing detail, spanning the initial chapters in the first book (Adi Parva). These chapters were distributed into three sub-volumes called Paushya, Pauloma and Astika.

Naga races

  • MBh (1,57)

Naga race in north-west India was almost exterminated by Janamejaya, the Kuru king in Arjuna‘s line, who conducted the massacre of Nagas at Takshasila. This massacre was stopped by Astika, a Brahmin whose mother was a Naga. The names of the principal Nagas known widely for their achievements, and slain by Janamejaya is mentioned at (1,57). They were described to be belonging to different Naga races:-

Takshaka‘s Race  :- Puchchandaka, Mandalaka, Pindasektri, Ravenaka; Uchochikha, Carava, Bhangas, Vilwatejas, Virohana; Sili, Salakara, Muka, Sukumara, Pravepana, Mudgara, Sisuroman, Suroman and Mahahanu. (Takshaka’s son Aswasena is mentioned as belonging to the Airavata’s race at (8,90). This could mean that Takshaka’s race, was a branch of Airavata’s race.)

Kauravya‘s Race  :- Aryaka, Kundala Veni, Veniskandha, Kumarka, Vahuka, Sringavera, Dhurtaka, Pratara and Astaka. (Kauravya’s race is mentioned as a branch of Airavata‘s race at (1,216).

Dhritarashtra‘s Race :- Sankukarna, Pitharaka, Kuthara, Sukhana, and Shechaka; Purnangada, Purnamukha, Prahasa, Shakuni, Dari, Amahatha, Kumathaka, Sushena, Vyaya, Bhairava, Mundavedanga, Pisanga, Udraparaka, Rishabha, Vegavat, Pindaraka; Raktanga, Sarvasaranga, Samriddha, Patha and Vasaka; Varahaka, Viranaka, Suchitra, Chitravegika, Parasara, Tarunaka, Maniskandha and Aruni. (Dhritarashtra was Airavata’s younger brother (1,3).)

Nagas, Pannagas and Uragas

Nagas were mentioned as born of Surasa and Pannagas another Naga race, was mentioned as born of Kadru at (1,66). Pannagas and Nagas were mentioned as separate but related Naga races at (3,85). Pannagas were mentioned to denote Nagas at (3-172,180,289) (7-142) (9,45) (12,47) (13,98) Nagas destroyed by Arjuna at Khadavaprstha is described as Pannagas (5,124). Pannagas and Uragas were mentioned as separate but related races at (6,65). Uragas were mentioned to denote Nagas at (1-1,172) (3-167,179,187,223) (many other references) Uragas and Nagas were mentioned as separate but related Naga races at (3,158) -in Yaksha territory; also at (7-160,198) At (1,172) is mentioned that Uragas along with Yakshas, Rakshasas, Gandharvas, Pisachas and Danavas as aware of the history of Arya kings.

The names of the principal Naga Chiefs[edit]

At (1,35) (Birth of Nagas) the name of principal Naga chiefs were mentioned as:-

Sesha (Naga Ananta) was the foremost, and then Vasuki. Then were born Airavata, Takshaka, Karkotaka (linked with Nala, king of Nishadha), Dhananjaya, Kalakeya (was also mentioned as an Asura clan), the serpent Mani, Purana, Pinjaraka, and Elapatra, Vamana, Nila, Anila, Kalmasha, Savala, Aryaka, Ugra, Kalasapotaka, Suramukha, Dadhimukha, Vimalapindaka, Apta, Karotaka, Samkha, Valisikha, Nisthanaka, Hemaguha, Nahusha (Nahusha was also described as a king in the Lunar Dynasty; Pururavas (first king of Lunar dynasty) -> Ayus – > Nahusha), Pingala, Vahyakarna, Hastipada, Mudgarapindaka, Kamvala Aswatara, Kaliyaka, Vritta, Samvartaka, Padma, Mahapadma, Sankhamukha, Kushmandaka, Kshemaka, Pindaraka, Karavira, Pushpadanshtraka, Vilwaka, Vilwapandara, Mushikada, Sankhasiras, Purnabhadra, Haridraka, Aparajita, Jyotika, Srivaha, Kauravya, Dhritarashtra (also mentioned as a Gandharva king), Sankhapinda, Virajas, Suvahu, Salipinda, Prabhakara, Hastipinda, Pitharaka, Sumuksha, Kaunapashana, Kuthara, Kunjara, Kumuda, Kumudaksha, Tittri, Halika, Kardama, Vahumulaka, Karkara, Akarkara, Kundodara, and Mahodara.

At (5,103) (Matali’s history) the name of principal Naga chiefs were mentioned as:-

Vasuki, Takshaka, Karkotaka, Dhanjaya, Kaliya (linked with river Yamuna and Vasudeva Krishna), Nahusha (also a king belonging to Lunar Dynasty), Aswatara, Vakyakunda, Mani, Apurana, Khaga, Vamana, Elapatra, Kukura, Kukuna, Aryaka (linked with Bhima), Nandaka, Kalasa, Potaka, Kalilasaka, Pinjaraka, Airavata, Sumanmukha, Dadhimukha, Sankha, Nanda, Upanandaka, Apta, Kotaraka, Sikhi, Nishthuraka, Tittiri, Hastibhadra, Kumuda, Maylapindaka, the two Padmas, Pundarika, Pushpa, Mudgaraparnaka, Karavira, Pitharaka, Samvritta, Vritta, Pindara, Vilwapatra, Mushikada, Sirishaka, Dilipa, Sankha-sirsha, Jyotishka, Aparajita, Kauravya, Dhritarashtra, Kuhara, Krisaka, Virajas, Dharana, Savahu, Mukhara, Jaya, Vidhira, Andha, Visundi, Virasa, and Sarasa.

At (14,4) (Last moments of Bala Rama) the name of principal Naga chiefs were mentioned as:-

Karkotaka and Vasuki and Takshaka and Prithusravas and Varuna and Kunjara, and Misri and Sankha and Kumuda and Pundarika, Dhritarashtra, and Hrada and Kratha and Sitikantha of fierce energy, and Chakramanda and Atishanda, Durmukha, and Amvarisha, and king Varuna

At (1,65) (Genesis) the names of the sons of Kadru were mentioned as:-

Sesha or Ananta, Vasuki, Takshaka, Kumara, and Kulika are known to be the sons of Kadru.

At (2,9) Nagas linked with Varuna were mentioned as:-

Vasuki, Takshaka, and the Naga called Airavata, Krishna and Lohita (see Lauhitya), Padma, Chitra, Kamvala, Aswatara, Dhritarashtra, Valahaka, Matimat, Kundadhara, Karkotaka, Dhananjaya, Panimat, Kundaka, Prahlada, Mushikada and Janamejaya wait upon Varuna. Many Asuras also is mentioned as waiting upon Varuna. Nagas, Daityas (a clan of Asuras), Sadhyas and inferior Devas were mentioned to follow Varuna (3,41).

Prominent Nagas[edit]

Naga King Takshaka[edit]

Main article: Takshaka

Acts of PandavaArjuna and Naga Takshaka was the cause of enmity between Kuru kings and Nagas. Arjuna killed Takshaka’s wife who dwelled in the Khandava Forest. Takshaka killed Parikshit the grandson of Arjuna by poisoning him in league with Shringi. King Janamejaya conducted a massacre of Nagas to avenge his father Parikshit’s death. Later a sage named Astika ended this enmity between Kurus and Nagas.

Naga King Nahusha[edit]

Nahusha is mentioned as a Naga at (1,35) (5,103).

At (13,99) Nahusha is mentioned as ruling even the Deva territories, and later degraded to the status of a Naga king. It is repeated at (12,342). The history of Nahusha becoming the king of Deva territories is mentioned at (5-11 to 17). He was powerful and renowned. Power corrupted him and he was later banished from the throne of Deva territories. It seems he later lived as a small king of the Naga race. Yayati (a king of Lunar Dynasty) is mentioned as his son at many places in Mahabharata. Thus, it seems, he later became known as a king belonging to the Lunar Dynasty of kings in ancient India.

A snake (a viper) attacked and afflicted Bhima in a forest called Visakhayupa, situated at the source of river Yamuna. This incident is mentioned at (3,176). At (3,178) that snake is described as Nahusha. He is mentioned here as the son of Ayus (Pururavas (first king of Lunar Dynasty) -> Ayus -> Nahusha), thus he becomes a forefather of the Pandavas. This raises a doubt whether the lunar race of kings originally branched from the Naga race of kings. Many kings in the line of Purus and Kurus, all being branches of the lunar race, like Dhritarashtra and Janamejaya also were mentioned as Nagas at various places. Kuru city Hastinapura also is some times mentioned as Nagapura (one of its meaning being the city of Nagas).

  • In Book 12 and 13 Nahusha is mentioned as a learned king conversing with many sages like Bhrigu, Chyavana and Agastya

Naga chief Aryaka[edit]

Nagawanshi Aryaka (sansk. आर्यक) was mentioned to be a member of Naga king Vasuki‘s palace. He was described as related to PandavaBhima. He was the grandfather of the father of Kunti, the mother of Bhima. He recognized Bhima as his kinsmen when the Nagas rescued Bhima, a boy then, and brought him to the palace of Vasuki. Bhima was food-poisoned, tied up and thrown into river Ganges at a place called Pramanakoti, by Duryodhana (1,128).

Aryaka is mentioned to have born in the race of Kauravya. Kauravya is born in the race of Airavata. Aryaka’s son was named Chikura. Chikura was slain by a Suparna. Chikura’s wife was the daughter of a Naga named Vamana. Chikura’s son was named Sumukha. Matali, the charioteer of Deva king Indra chose Sumuka as his daughter Gunakesi’s husband (5,103).

Naga Prince Iravan[edit]

Main article: Iravan

During a 12-year-long pilgrimage over the whole of India, Arjuna, leaving Indraprastha, arrived at the source of the Ganges (now known as Rishikesh) where it entered the plains. There he met a Naga woman, Ulūpī. She took Arjuna to the mansion of Kauravya, king of the Nagas. Kauravya himself was mentioned as an Airavata. Arjuna spent one night with Ulūpī and came back from the palace of Kauravya to the region where the Ganges enters the plains (1,216).

Ulūpī’s former husband was slain by a Suparna and she was childless. A son named Iravan was born to Arjuna and Ulūpī. But Ulūpī’s brother hated Arjuna since he destroyed the Nagas dwelling in Khandava forest and so abandoned Ulūpī and his son.

Iravan grew in the territory of Nagas, protected by his mother. Later when Arjuna visited the region to the northeast of the Naga territories, he went and met Arjuna. He accepted him as his beloved son, and asked him to render assistance in battle when required. Iravan entered the Kurukshetra War with an excellent cavalry force driven by Naga warriors (6,91). He participated in the war (6-84,91) and was slain by the Rakshasa Alamvusa, the son of Risyasringa (6,91).

  • Ulūpī is mentioned as interacting with Arjuna‘s another son Vabhruvahana, born of another wife Chitrangada at (14,79).
  • Ulūpī and Chitrangada are mentioned as being accepted into the palace of Hastinapura at (14,88)
  • Ulūpī and Chitrangada are mentioned with other wives of the Pandavas at (15,1).
  • Ulūpī and Chitrangada are mentioned as departing, when Pandavas set for their last journey (17,1).
  • A weapon used in Kurukshetra War is named a Naga weapon (8,53).

Other Nagas[edit]

Intermixing of other Indian races with Naga race[edit]

  • Naga Nahusha is also mentioned as a king in the Lunar Dynasty of Arya Kings (3,178).
  • A king named Riksha in the race of Puru (a branch of Lunar Dynasti is mentioned as marrying the daughter of a Naga in the race of Takshaka (1,95).
  • Naga Aryaka is described as the grandfather of Kunti‘s father. Kunti is the mother of Pandavas. (1,128).
  • Iravat was mentioned as the son of Arjuna and a Naga woman named Uloopi, born in the race of Airavata (6,91).
  • Sage Somasrava, the priest of Janamejaya was the son of a Brahmin named Srutasrava and a Naga woman. (1,3).
  • Sage Astika was the son of a sage in the race of Yayavara Brahmins (1,13) and a Naga woman (sister of Vasuki) (1-14,15,48). Though but a boy, he had great gravity and intelligence. And he was reared with great care in the palace of the Nagas (1,48). He prevented the massacre of the Naga race by Janamejaya (1-15,56).
  • Naga women alias Nakar women of Kerala married Namboodiris of the Aryan race resulting in one of the sub-caste of Nair clan of Kerala.

Other references[edit]

  • The Daitya heroes Sunda and Upasunda defeated the Devas, Yakshas, Rakshasas, Nagas and Arya kings. (1-212,214)
  • Rakshasa king Ravana also defeated all of them (3,289).
  • Naga women were mentioned to be very beautiful (3,263) (4,9) (6,105).
  • In the Harivamsa, Karkotaka and his Nagas were mentioned to be vanquished by Kartavirya Arjuna, the thousand human armed Chandravanshi Yadava King of Haihayas.
  • Yakshas, and Rakshasas, and Nagas were mentioned to use 17 types of crops for their food. This crops were mentioned as produced by a king named Prithu, the son of Vena (12,58).
  • At (14,44) the word Uraga is used to denote all the reptile-species and the word Naga is used to denote all snakes, where it mentions Nagas are the foremost among the Uragas.

See also[edit]

naga mythos

The deluge that ended the Golden Age wiped out a race of ‘giants’ but the serpent gods survived and returned to rule. They were described as having the face of a human, but the tail of a dragon.

The Indian-Hindu name for Anunnaki Hybrids was Nagas.

Jame Churchward also described a reptilian type race such as what is described by the Dzyan and Indian Hindu. Churchward said the Nagas came from Lemuria.

Like the Nommo from Sirius and the Annedoti of Babylonia legend, the Nagas were said to have a close connection to water and entered their underground centers through wells, lakes and rivers. The Nagas were said to be the offspring from the interbreeding of humans with the serpent gods.

According to Indian Epics the reptilian Nagas intermingled with the white people and although their relationship was often one of conflict and distrust, the two interbred to produce a reptilian-mammal hybrid that became the ‘Aryan kings!’. These are the ‘divine’ royal bloodlines or demi-gods and are the same bloodlines that ruled ancient Sumer.

In Media, now Turkey, the Iranians knew the kings as Mar, which means snake in Persian (Mars=Snakes). They were called the ‘dragon dynasty of Media’ or ‘descendents of the dragon’.

In the late 19th Century Churchard was shown ancient tablets in the secret vault of a monastery in northern India. They told the story of how the Naacals or Nag Mayas (serpents) from the continent of Lemuria (MU) had traveled to India via Burma to establish a colony there. These tablets described the destruction of MU, the motherland, and how the Naga Mayas or Nagas had traveled to India.

The Vedic scholar David Frawley explains how the Vedas, reveal that the earliest royal bloodlines of India, the priest kings descend from the Bhrigus who arrived from a place across the sea. The Bhrigus were an order of adepts initiated into the ancient knowledge (Gods, Sages and Kings: Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civilizations) that the monarchs of these bloodlines included the ‘serpent king’ Nahusha.

They expanded into five tribes that populated a large part of the Indian population. Churchward says that the Nagas also populated China, Tibet and parts of Asia which is very likely… and that their goddess religions were also the origin of the Maya people of Mexico.

Researcher Michael Mott, in “Caverns, Cauldrons and Concealed Creatures” writes,

“The Nagas are described as a very advanced race of species with a highly developed technology. They harbor a disdain for human beings, who they are said to abduct, torture, interbreed with and even to eat. The interbreeding has supposedly left a wide variety of forms, ranging from completely reptilian to nearly human in appearance.”

The Priest kings of the Peruvian Incas were symbolized by the snake and wore bracelets and anklets in the image of a snake.

Cecrops, the first Mycenaen king of Athens, was depicted as a human with a serpent tail.

In Arab poet Firdowsi‘s Book of Kings, the history of Iran completed in AD1010, tells the story of the birth of Zal, the ‘Demon’ or ‘Watcher’ offspring, whose appearance horrified his father, King Sam. This Watcherhybrid called Zal married a foreign princess named Rudabeh, a descendant of the ‘serpent king’, Zahhak, who was said to have ruled Iran for a thousand years.

As you see the serpent or reptilian lineage can be found on every continent…, many times interbreeding with humans that have been interbred with Nordics, which carries the blonde hair and blue eyed traits. These Nordic features are for some reason very desirable to the Serpent cultures and as legend goes ‘to be descended from Noah’ is a code for the illuminati bloodlines.

Through the study of the works of James Churchward and Mark Pinkham (The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom) we can further trace the lineage of Dann back to Lemuria and Atlantis.

A branch of the Atlanteans and Lemurians, called the Carians (Carian = “Serpent Sea People of the Atlantean Fire God”), the Eus-Cara (same meaning as Carians) and the Tuaraks (“Serpent People of the All Glorious Fire God”) colonized the planet.

The Tuarkes became the Tuaraks who settled in North Africa with the Atlantean knowledge; the Eus-Cara became the Basques of Spain; and the Carians became known as the ‘Phoenicians’. (Churchward also documents the Carians in the Americas.)

The Taureg people of North Africa today, descendents of the Tuarkes, have allowed some visitors to see their ancient cavern systems in the Ahaggar Mountains where they have murals of their Atlantean ancestors holding snakes and swords with tridents on the blades. People invited into the underground temples of the Tuaregs claim to have seen green reptile ‘monsters’ called ‘Ourans’ , which the Tuaregs worship as the physical representation of their serpent goddess or ‘grandmother’. The Tuaregs also perform a dance in honour of the Atlantean fire god, Voltan or Votan.

According to Tibetan holy Book of Dzyan verifies this tunnel system stating that “there were fighting between builders and destroyers and fighting for space”. Forces of light were forced to leave many territories which they inhabited before.

The system of underground tunnels was encircling the whole planet. The western tunnel network had its beginning under Atacama desert in Chile and went in direction of Tiahuanaco – Cuzco – Mount Shasta – Grand Tetons, under American mainland and under Atlantic ocean towards Atlas mountain range in western Africa and then under Ahaggar/Tibesti mountain ranges towards their final station – the Giza pyramids.

One important center was under Mato Grosso region in Brazil, where Agartha had strong connection with Atlantean cities on the surface. The Himalayan network was of extraordinary importance. Here underground civilization developed as a mirror of Atlantean colony which existed on the surface in the area of contemporary Gobi desert.

Of course it was no desert then, it was a subtropical paradise. Himalayan network had its source under the Gobi desert and it expanded under Takla Makan desert and then onwards under Pamirs, Altai, Karakorum, Baltistan, under Kunluns and under Chang Tang plateau towards Himalayas. The Atlanteans and Lemurians established established colonies in Egypt, then known as Khem or ‘Land of the Fire Serpent’.

Khem was the name of the deity symbolized as a black goat and later called ‘Pan’.

The goat is still a symbol of worship for the Illuminati and Satanists today under the name Baphomet. There are many surviving records that claim a lineage of Egyptian kings going back tens of thousands of years before the formation of the Egyptian civilization described by official hisotians. This supports the stories of an Atlantean/Lemurian colony in Egypt long before the cataclysm . (David Icke , Children of the Matrix).

The colonization of Greece is far older than officially claimed as well. The Atlantean colonists of Greece worshipped a serpent goddess called Athene or Neith. This deity was symbolized as a serpent, snake, sphinx or goddess covered by snakes. You will see that wherever the reptilian bloodlines have located, the worship of a serpent goddess has always been the center of their rituals under names i.e. Athene, Barati, Isis, Semiramis, El, Artemis, Diana and Hecate.

Other Atlantean/Lemurian colonists were known as the Pelasgians (People of the Sea) the Danaans and the female Amazons. The Pelasgians worshipped the serpent Moon goddess Dana, later Diana (Artemis), and then later Atlantean goat god called Pan. They first landed on the Peloponnesus in Greece and settled in Arcadia, according to ancient Greek records. Arcadia has always been a sacred place to the Illuminati bloodlines and was apparently a name for Atlantis. This colony (called Athenians) went to war with Atlanteans before the deluge.

The Dananns left Atlantis to settle in Asia Minor (now Turkey), Greece and the islands of Aegean.

The name Danaans derived from their serpent Moon goddess, Dana or Diana. The Danaans made the headquarters of their serpent worshipping culture on the island of Rhodes, a name that originates from a Syrian word for serpent…

Rhodes was the home of the Danaan brotherhood of initiates and magicians known as the Telchines.

The Greek historian, Diodorus, said these initiates had the ability to heal, change the weather, and ‘shape-shift’ into any form. The name Rhodes, which is connect to the German “Rot”, meaning red, as withRothschild (Red-Shield) became a code name for the bloodlines.

Malta, too, was was an important center in 3500 B.C. and the home of a major Mystery School.

Under Malta is a vast network of tunnels and megalithic temples where secret rituals took place and still do today. Malta’s original name was Lato, named after Mother Lato, the serpent goddess. The Knights Templar secret society was formed in the late 11th century to protect the reptilian bloodline or ‘Le Serpent rouge ‘ the red serpent or serpent blood, together with their associated order, the highly secretive Priory of Sion.

The Danaans also settled on Cyprus and in ancient times it was known as Ia-Dan or the “Isle of Dan”. The name of the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea, a place so important to the Druids, has the same origin, no doubt. The Tauras Mountains in Turkey, the Balearic Islands and Syria were other Danaan settlements and they traveled from Atlantis to Britain where they became known as Tuatha de Danaan or the “People of the Sea” .

The female Amazons were another branch of the Hesperides or Hespera, a name for Atlantis. They, too, followed the goddess Athene or Nieth and venerated her symbol, the double-headed axe. They founded shrines to the goddess in many places, including the famous centre for Diana worship at Ephesus and other locations along the Turkish coast. The ‘Canaanites’ also descended from Atlantis/Lemuria.

Mark Amaru Pinkham describes the migration of Atlanteans to ‘Canaan’ in the Return of the Serpents of Wisdom:

“One branch of these Atlantides were the Tyrrhenian, the people after whom the present Tyrrhenian Sea is named.

The Tyrrhenian eventually split in half to become the Etruscans, the Carians or Phoenicians, a tribe which eventually migrated to Canaan, a territory of the Asia Minor Coast, which can be translated as the ‘Land of the Fire Serpent'”

  • Britain, one of their colonies

  • Europe

  • Scandinavia

  • North Africa

  • the mountains of Turkey

  • Iraq

  • the Americas 

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/sociopol_brotherhoodsnake06.htmhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_kingdoms_and_royal_dynasties

blood type A, B, 0 AB negative is the draco dragon reptile bloodline the oldest & the most recent royal bloodline

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