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PUNDJEL & GENESIS IN MELBOURNE, LUNAR PITRIS IN QUEENSLAND MYTH January 3, 2014

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PUNDJEL & GENESIS IN MELBOURNE, LUNAR PITRIS IN QUEENSLAND MYTH

Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

 

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-20.shtml

 

Myths of the third type are, on the other hand, characteristic of the south-easterly portion of the continent. Although in many cases 12 there are no detailed stories of the creation of mankind, the statement being merely that the first men were created, more definite myths do occur. Thus, the tribes in the vicinity of Melbourne say that in the beginning Pundjel made two males from clay. “With his big knife he cut three large sheets of bark. On one of these he placed a quantity of clay, and worked it into a proper consistence with his knife. When the clay was soft, he carried a portion to one of the other pieces of bark, and he commenced to form the clay into a man, beginning at the feet; then he made the legs, then he formed the trunk and the arms and the head. He made a man on each of the two pieces of bark. He was well pleased with his work, and looked at the men a long time, and he danced round about them. He next took stringybark from a tree, … made hair of it, and placed it on their heads — on one straight hair and on the other curled hair. Pund-jel again looked at his work, much pleased . . . and once more he danced round about them. . . . After again smoothing with his hands their bodies, from the feet upwards to their heads, he lay upon each of them, and blew his breath into their mouths, into their noses, and into their navels; and breathing very hard, they stirred. He danced round about them a third time. He then made them speak, and caused them to get up, and they rose up, and appeared as full grown young men.” Some of the Queens-land tribes declare 14 that the moon created the first man and woman, the former being made from stone and rubbed all over with white and black ashes, while the latter was shaped from a box-tree and rendered soft and supple by rubbing with yams and mud. In South Australia, on the other hand, there is apparently a belief in the creation of men from excrement which was moulded and then tickled, this causing the image to laugh and become alive.

REFLECTION

 

‘Two men’, two (2) root-races of early humans: Hyperborean or Pangaean races. ‘Clay’ signifies the earth which, in turn, contains all the 100+ elements of matter known in chemistry, all elements found in man’s body.

 

Observe the very graphic processes involved in creating or evolving the early humans, which looks very much like some laboratory scientists creating species using scalpels and surgical instruments. The ‘dance’ signifies the energizing of the species in order to bring life to it, ‘life’ literally meaning ‘vital energy’ or prana, which is the Breath in other cultures.

 

The Queensland version directly indicates the role of the ‘lunar pitris’ or fathers in creating the first humans, signified by the ‘moon creating the first man and woman’. Those first races were actually asexual in birthing, with a hermaphrodite race appearing in a phase of the evolutes.

 

That version about first humans made of white or black ashes indicates knowledge of the primordial humans. ‘White’ signifies the etheric-to-astral humans who were as ‘white as light’, not yet bio-physical in form. The ‘ash’ signifies the sub-races of Lemurians who were indeed black or very dark in skin hue.

 

[Philippines, 30 June 2011]

 

SEPTENARY LAW, GALACTIC BREEDING IN MELANESIA, CELEBES TO N.ZEALAND TALES December 21, 2013

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SEPTENARY LAW, GALACTIC BREEDING IN MELANESIA, CELEBES TO N.ZEALAND TALES

Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-14.shtml

IN Melanesia, and perhaps also in New Zealand, one of the themes found to be characteristically developed was that of the swan-maiden, i. e. the descent of a heavenly maiden to earth and her capture and marriage by an earthly hero; and since tales embodying this motif are numerous in Indonesia, a consideration of the remainder of the mythology of this region may well begin with examples of this type. The Toradja in central Celebes say that once a woman gave birth to seven crabs which, in terror and disgust, she threw into the river. The crabs gained the bank, however, and there fixed seven places for bathing and built a house; but when they entered the water, they put off their crab disguise and assumed their human form. One day, when they were disporting themselves in the river and had left their crab garments on the shore, seven men crept up and stole their clothing, thus making it impossible for the maidens to resume their animal guise; and each of the men then took one of the maidens as his wife.

REFLECTION

 

7 places, 7 men marrying maidens, 7 crabs. What else can be unearthed from the archetypes other than that, first of all, the septenary law is well embedded in them?

 

‘Descend of a heavenly maiden to earth’ is indicative of beings of higher dimension, signified by a ‘maiden’ who is further signified by the ‘swan’. The mission of these beings was to aid in breeding a new race, notably a physically morphed race, of which the Lemurians were the beginning. The breeding of the new race is signified by the maiden’s marriage to a hero.

 

The Celebes myth of a woman giving birth first to 7 crabs indicates the first human types that were very phlegmatic in movement akin to crabs’. Eventually, ‘they put off their crab disguise’, which means the ‘crab’ phase is just but a phase in the evolutionary process, which was later superseded by another evolutionary phase where more human looking races appeared. The general evolutionary epoch was those of Earth humans who reproduced sexually, the same epoch of Twinflame soulmates beginning for the planet, at the mid-Lemurian ‘root race’.

 

7 family races for each of a sub-race of humans, and 7 sub-races for every ‘root-race’. Theos Sophia or divine wisdom was very clear about the matter.

 

[Philippines, 29 June 2011]

 

DIVERSITY OF MALAY CREATION MYTHS: SOME MORE CASES December 18, 2013

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DIVERSITY OF MALAY CREATION MYTHS: SOME MORE CASES

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

 

Good day from Filipinas, the Pearl of the Orient!

 

The previous articles demonstrated samples of cosmogonic myths from across the ASEAN region and our sibling Polynesians. Below is a cross-cultural summary of myths coming from the region.

 

As an observer, please feel free to browse the diverse archetypes and seemingly shifting meanings. As already articulated earlier, the myths and legend of the region are the repositories of ‘ancient wisdom’ or ‘divine wisdom’, also known as Theos Sophia.

 

[Philippines, 29 June 2011]

 

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-12.shtml

In Minahassa the deity makes two images of earth, one male and one female, whom he vivifies by blowing powdered ginger into their heads and ears. The Bagobo of Mindanao say 98 that after the creation of the sea and land, and the planting of trees of many kinds, the creator took two lumps of earth, and shaping them like two human figures, he spat on them, where-upon they became “man and woman.” In Sumatra the Dairi Battak say 99 that after the deity, Batara Guru, had finished the earth, he desired to people it and accordingly first sent down a swallow, which returned, however, saying that it did not like the dwelling assigned to it. Batara Guru then wished one of his children to descend, but none of them were willing to exchange their heavenly for an earthly home. Determined to succeed, the deity himself came down to earth, bidding the swallow return to the sky to bring thence some earth from which he might shape man. With the material so provided, Batara Guru made two images, one male and one female, and set them in the sun to dry. After they had become hard, he muttered a magic formula over them seven times, and when they then began to breathe, he repeated another formula with which one may force another to speak. Then the two images spoke and said, “What do you wish of us, Grandfather, that you cry thus loudly in our ears?” and he replied : ” I have called to you so loudly because I have created you in order that you might speak. Never forget that I am your grandfather. Obey my commands and never refuse to follow them.” This the newly created pair promised to do.

An interesting variant of ordinary creation-myths occurs in southeastern Borneo. Here the two wonder-trees on the new-formed earth mated and produced an egg, from which a phantom maiden came. A divine being descended to earth, and seeing the lifeless and intangible character of the maiden, went to get what was necessary to give her life and substance; but while he was away another deity became active, and gathering earth for her body, rain for her blood, and wind for her breath, made the beautiful shade alive and tangible. When the first deity returned and discovered what had happened, ‘in anger he broke the vessel that he had brought; and the water of life which it contained flew in every direction and watered all plants, which thus acquired the power of springing up after having been cut down; but man did not receive any of the precious fluid and so failed to acquire immortality. The use of stone as a material, instead of earth, occurs among the Toradja in Celebes.’°’ The heaven father and earth mother having made two stone figures, one male and one female, the heaven deity returned to the skies to procure the breath of immortality with which to infuse life into the images; but in his absence the wind blew into them and vivified them, and on this account man is mortal. Another version 102 omits the attempt to secure immortality. A somewhat different form of origin-myth describes a series of attempts at creation in which different materials are tried, the first trials being failures, although success is finally achieved. Thus the Dyaks of the Baram and Rejang district in Borneo say that after the two birds, Iri and Ringgon, had formed the earth, plants, and animals they decided to create man. “At first, they made him of clay, but when he was dried he could neither speak nor move, which provoked them, and they ran at him angrily; so frightened was he that he fell backward and broke all to pieces. The next man they made was of hard wood, but he, also, was utterly stupid, and absolutely good for nothing. Then the two birds searched carefully for a good material, and eventually selected the wood of the tree known as Kumpong, which has a strong fibre and exudes a quantity of deep red sap, whenever it is cut. Out of this tree they fashioned a man and a woman, and were so well pleased with this achievement that they rested for a long while, and admired their handiwork. Then they decided to continue creating more men; they re-turned to the Kumpong tree, but they had entirely forgotten their original pattern, and how they executed it, and they were therefore able only to make very inferior creatures, which became the ancestors of the Maias (the Orang Utan) and monkeys.”

A similar tale is found among the Iban and Sakarram Dyaks, only reversing the order, so that after twice failing to make man from wood, the birds succeeded at the third trial when they used clay. Farther north, among the Dusun of British North Borneo, the first two beings “made a stone in the shape of a man but the stone could not talk, so they made a wooden figure and when it was made it talked, though not long after it became worn out and rotten; afterwards they made a man of earth, and the people are descended from this till the present day.” The Bilan of Mindanao 107 have a similar tale. After the world had been formed and was habitable, one of the deities said, “Of what use is land without people?” So the others said, “Let us make wax into people,” and they did so; but when they put the wax near the fire, it melted. Seeing that they could not create man that way, they next decided to form him out of dirt, and Melu and Finuweigh began the task. All went well until they were ready to make the nose, when Finuweigh, who was shaping this part, put it on upside down, only to have Melu tell him that people would drown if he left it that way, for the rain would run into it. At this Finuweigh became very angry and refused to change it, but when he turned his back, Melu seized the nose quickly and turned it as it now is; and one may still see where, in his haste, he pressed his fingers at the root. Another account says that the images made of earth were vivified by whipping them. In a few cases we find that man was supposed to have been made of other materials. Thus the Ata in Mindanao declare 109 that grass was the substance used, whereas the Igorot in Luzon say 110 that the ancestors of all others than themselves were made from pairs of reeds. In Nias one version states that man was formed from the fruits or buds of the tree which grew from the heart of one of the earliest beings, while various gods developed from the buds on the upper part of the tree. “When these two lowest fruits were still very small, Latoere said to Barasi-loeloe and Balioe, `The lowest fruits are mine. But Balioe answered, `See, then, if you can make man of them. If you can do that, they belong to you; otherwise, not.’ Latoere being unable to form men from them, Lowalangi sent Barasi-loeloe thither; but he could shape nothing more than the bodies of men, although he made one male and one female. Then Lowalangi took a certain weight of wind, gave it to Balioe, and said, `Put all of this in the mouth of the image for a soul. If it absorbs all of it, man will attain to a long life; otherwise, he will die sooner, just in pro-portion to the amount which is left over of the soul that is offered him.’ Balioe did what Lowalangi had told him, and then he gave the people names.” In a few instances still other substances are said to have been used from which to make man.

 

ROCKS, SWEAT BRED MAN: CELEBES, SUMATRA, FORMOSA MYTHOS December 16, 2013

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ROCKS, SWEAT BRED MAN: CELEBES, SUMATRA, FORMOSA MYTHOS

 

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

 

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-12.shtml

Another tale of the origin of mankind from eggs is found among the Battak of Sumatra. In Celebes we have already seen how the first divine being was born miraculously from the rock or from the sweat which formed upon it; and an actual origin of mankind from a rock, which split open of itself, appears in Formosa.”

REFLECTION

 

Formosa (Taiwan) was once predominantly populated by Malay ethnicities, Malays who shared folklore themes with many of their neighbor cultures such as Sumatra (Battaks) and Celebes.

 

As the summary says, ‘the divine being was born miraculously from the rock or from the sweat which formed upon it’. Now that has a double meaning: the ‘rock’ that signifies the earth element and all the 100+ matter elements known in today’s chemistry, and ‘sweat’ that signifies the ‘sweat-born’ humans of the early ‘root races’.

 

In the Formosa version, the rock ‘split open of itself’ reveals that even the earth and its minerals are endowed with consciousness no matter how feeble this seems to us. The 1st Evolutionary Round is the mineral phase which took many hundreds of millions of years. Without this phase, the 2nd Round of vegetative life and the 3rd Round of animal life couldn’t have evolved. Such rounds thus showing capacity for life-bearing, the 4th Round was made possible as the devic-man phase.

 

The ‘divine’ was born from the ‘rock’ or ‘sweat-born’ is surely a tough nut to crack. It could be one way of articulating the Law of Evolution: that a human can become Divine in the distant future by passing first through the mineral, vegetative, animal, devic-man, and onwards till divinity is first experienced when one attains moksha or Self-realization through Yoga (union).

 

The greater that divinity will be ensured when one mutates to a Mahatma, the phase of spiritual perfection. At that stage, the route to Dhyan Chohan becomes clearer, the route when one becomes a living Deity or Avatar (manifestation of God). At the end of the Manvantara, the man-turned-divine being is ensured of re-integration with Godhead yet retaining his/her identity, hence ensuring his/her return as a creator deity or archangel in the next Manvantara (great cycle of life).

 

[Philippines, 24 June 2011]

 

FEEBLE MIND HUMANS IN MALAY MYTHOS December 12, 2013

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FEEBLE MIND HUMANS IN MALAY MYTHOS

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

 

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-12.shtml

Another version speaks of only two eggs, from which a human pair came forth and bore seven sons and seven daughters, who were, however, without life. At the command of the deity the husband went to get for them the germs of life, bidding his wife in his absence on no account to stir outside her mosquito-curtains; but she failed to obey, and as she looked out a blast of wind came and blew into the children, so that they breathed and became alive; whence man is mortal, and wind (or breath) is his only life….

REFLECTION

 

This is another Malayan version of the egg-laying humans of pre-sexually procreating Lemurians. Among early humans, both male and female aspects were in one individual, though during those times their souls were collective souls yet. Individuated souls only came later, which in latter mystical circles are called ‘soul fragments’.

 

‘7 sons and 7 daughters’ echo exactly the Septenary Law as applied to human Evolutes: 7 sub-races for each of the 7 ‘root-races’ of man (from manu or thinking being). The ‘deity’ signifies all the creator beings—Elohim, elemental & devic hierarchs (ascended beings in stature), evolved extra-terrestrials known as ‘solar pitris’ and ‘lunar pitris’—represented in the singular.

 

‘A blast of wind came and blew into the children’ signifies the Breath archetype or Life-Force. ‘So that they breathed and became alive’ has a double meaning:

(a) the feeble minded early humans whose mental faculties were indeed so weak (it took the 5th ‘root race’ of Aryans to perfect mental development) even if relatively they were still strong in Spirit; and,

(b) the failed experiments on many species-formation, experiments that were endowed with souls (collective souls) that at the beginning could have been de-programmed or erased, till finally the experiments succeeded.  

 

That is, there were indeed human experiments that failed to move, so it took more experiments by the ‘solar pitris’ and ‘lunar pitris’ (pitris = fathers) before successes were achieved. In our present lingo, the pitris are the extraterrestrials notably the evolved ones, though we admit to the role of dense aliens of cold-blooded reptilian/lizard origins that also intervened in Terrans’ evolution. 

 

[Philippines, 24 June 2011]

 

FAILED BREEDING EXPERIMENTS, REPTILOIDS, OVIPAROUS MAN IN BORNEO TALE December 10, 2013

FAILED BREEDING EXPERIMENTS, REPTILOIDS, OVIPAROUS MAN IN BORNEO TALE

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

 

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-12.shtml

…From southeastern Borneo comes a different tale. After the world had been made by spreading earth on the head of the great serpent which swam in the primeval sea, a deity descended upon it and discovered seven eggs formed of earth. Taking two of these, he found in one a man, and in the other a woman, but both lifeless; whereupon, returning to the upper world, he asked the creator for breath, that the pair might become alive. While he was gone upon his errand, however, another deity came down and blew into the mouths of the two lifeless forms and vivified them, so that when the first deity returned, he found himself forestalled, and man-kind, which he had intended to make immortal, was now subject to decay and death. …

REFLECTION

This myth is a reproduction of related myths about the involvement of the ‘great serpent’ (Reptiloid extraterrestrials) which ‘swam in the primeval sea’ (resided in the astral plane, notably the mid- and upper astral).

Amusingly, this mythos speaks of ‘seven eggs formed of earth’. The line signifies that during the oviparous or egg-laying phase of human evolution (1st, 2nd, 3rd sub-races of Lemurians), the Reptiloid species began to intervene in the genetics of Terrans. Note that Terrans then were still in the astral dimension.

That the eggs were lifeless is evidence of the failed experiments in the early phases when many extraterrestrial species from different star systems intervened. The ‘breath’ signifies the Life-Force, without which sentient life cannot be possible.

As the myth reveals, while the Reptiloids could have been out for some errands, another group of extraterrestrials, perhaps the evolved ones, proceeded with their experimentations on ‘two eggs’. This now looks like the XX genes of males (first ‘egg’) and the XY for females (second ‘egg’), which when put together begins the life of a fetus. A 2-strand DNA suggested, which means mankind on the descent phase of evolution—also termed the devolution phase.

 

Of course, in the devolution to physical plane life, mankind’s lifespan eventually narrowed to just decades long, thus the decay and mortal life. Contrast that to the early humans who didn’t even need to reincarnate, as they were able to evolve back to the higher dimensions with just one embodiment down the surface, after living for thousands of years.  

[Philippines, 24 June 2011]

 

OVIPAROUS LEMURIANS IN FILIPINO MYTH December 7, 2013

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OVIPAROUS LEMURIANS IN FILIPINO MYTH

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

 

Source: http://www.oldandsold.com/articles29/mythology-12.shtml

 

Quite widely distributed, on the other hand, is the belief that mankind originated from eggs. In the Philippines a bird laid two eggs, one at the source of a river and one at its mouth, a woman coming from the first and a man from the second. For long years the man lived alone, until one day when he was bathing, a long hair, floating in the water, entangled his legs so that he reached the bank with difficulty. Examining the hair, he at once determined to find its owner, and so travelled upstream until he met the woman, whom he then married.

 

REFLECTION

 

The mythos is a capsule version of the Limokon creation myth. As discussed in an earlier article, the myth does highlight the egg-laying or oviparous phase in human evolution. Anthropogenesis is the occult term used for human evolution in divine wisdom or Theos Sophia.

 

The evolution of humans from the shadowy, etheric Pangeans to the oviparous Lemurians, took many eons to pass. The time element counted by the millions of years, as etheric humans first appeared over 100 million years ago. The sexed humans, who procreated as Man and Woman in union, appeared roughly 16-18 million years ago.

 

It coincides with the coming of Ancient of Days, who begged that humans be allowed to reincarnate and procreate sexually, so that they won’t ever again have sex and generate monstrosities of offsprings with animals. Yes, Companions in Light, the early humans did experiment on sexing with animals by over-shadowing them and using the animal vehicles (bodies) to have sex. In the process, many human souls were trapped in the monstrosities they created.

 

That was when Sanat Kumara, or Ancient of Days, decided to plea for Terrans, and proposed that reincarnation be the law for them. Thus approved by the Council of 24 Elders, Sanat Kumara came to Earth, bringing along 6 other Kumaras via Venus, and helped Terrans in bringing them back to the Almighty Providence through re-incarnation, Twinflame mating, sexual procreation, and dharma.

 

As the myth suggests, Man and Woman lived separately for a long long time, which signifies the eons it took for hermaphroditic and oviparous humans to exist. The ‘hair’ of the woman signifies the ‘electric’ qualities inherent in the Femine, which matches with the ‘magnetic’ qualities of the Male. The Law of Duality/Polarity once again embedded and revealed in a Malayan (Filipino) myth.

 

[Philippines, 24 June 2011]