Dreams, Optimism, Wisdom



Erle Frayne D. Argonza



…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. …


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]



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Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Guru Ra

A very popular legend among the Bruneians is the story of the great warrior Awang Semaun. The narrative about the great warrior reveals facets of the early kingship (sultanate) formation of Brunei and the institutions interwoven with it.

What I wish to highlight in the tale though is a more recondite facet: the tale’s revelation of the early egg-laying or oviparous way of laying children by the early Lemurians. Divine wisdom had revealed that the first phase of Lemurian races were gigantic, hermaphroditic types who reproduced largely through egg-laying.

The oviparous early Lemurians would later be recycled over and over in diverse folklore across the globe. A sample narrative of it is the story of Awang Semaun. Below is a summary of the legend.

[Philippines, 16 June 2011]



Awang Semaun: Tale of a Brunei warrior

Foundation narrative: Awang Semaun was said to have 13 siblings from 13 different mothers, all legendary Brunei warriors who found Kampong Ayer and whose cries of ‘baru nah’ (‘now we found it’) gave Brunei its name. Picture: Rozan Yunos collection / Rozan Yunos –

Sunday, May 25, 2008

IF ONE were to mention the name Awang Semaun to any Bruneian, he or she would conjure up a description of a strong brave warrior who has contributed to the existence of Brunei.

According to legend, Awang Semaun is said to be the younger brother of Awang Alak Betatar (who eventually became the first Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Muhammad Shah). Awang Semaun was made a Damong by his brother and he also later became the Pengiran Temenggong (one of the four wazir or viziers) who assisted the Sultan in governing the country.

Who was Awang Semaun? According to Brunei legends and one of the most famous epic poems which bore his name, Syair Awang Semaun, he was one of 14 brothers which included Awang Alak Betatar, Pateh Berbai, Pateh Mambang, Pateh Tuba, Pateh Sangkuna, Pateh Manggurun, Pateh Malakai, Pateh Pahit, Damang Sari, Pateh Sindayong, Damang Lebar Daun, Hapu Awang and Pateh Laila Langgong. The brothers all lived in different places with Awang Semaun and his brother Damang Sari living in Garang, near Kuala Labu in Temburong.

It was said that the father fathered the 14 children in his journeys . His grandfather was known as Sang Aji Brunei. His name is mentioned in another epic poem, Syair Negara Kartagama, written in 1365 where he was known as Sang Aji Baruwing (a variant of the name “Brunei”).

According to oral legends, despite being married for quite some time, he was childless. One day while walking outside his palace, he found a giant egg and brought it back to the palace. That night a young boy by the name of I-Pai Samaring was hatched. He later married the daughter of Sang Aji and gave birth to Alak Betatar.

While the princess was pregnant, she was craving for a tembadau (wild cow). I-Pai Samaring went hunting and managed to hit a tembadau with a spear but it got away. I-Pai Samaring followed the bloody trail through several villages. At each village, he married the daughter of the chieftain as it was considered a great honour. He married 13 times before he eventually found the tembadau.

Each of those wives later gave birth to the brothers of Awang Alak Betatar. When Awang Alak Betatar grew up, he went in search of his brothers and brought them together. They later went in search of a new place to build a country and when they found the location at the present Kampong Ayer, their cries of baru nah — “now we found it” — gave Brunei its name.

Awang Semaun is mentioned in a number of local folklores and legends. Whether he is the same Awang Semaun in all the other legends, one will never know.

According to Iban folklore, Awang Semaun or Sumaun is the son of Derom anak Sabatin. Derom, together with his father, alighted in Tanjong Batu (bordering Sarawak and Indonesia). Sumaun and his brother Serabungkok moved to Naga Rajang when they were grown up. Serabungkok married Lemina and gave birth to Dayang Ilam who later married Raja Semalanjat. The Ibans are said to be descendants of Serabungkok.

On the other hand, Semaun had a son name Tugau and the Melanaus are said to be the descendant of Tugau. According to Iban legend, Sumaun went to Brunei in search of his fortune.

According to the Muruts in Ulu Lawas, Semaun was said to be a seer and a very strong man. One rainy day when he was taking shelter under an overhang by a hill in Long Bawan, he stood up forgetting that he was under an overhang. An existing hole where he stood up — complete with the shape of his ears — can still be seen today. In another place his footprint can be seen when he jumped from one hill to another.

It was said that he went away to Padian (Brunei) and was never heard of again.

However, the Brunei legends stated that Awang Semaun was the brother of Pateh Berbai and is of Brunei origin.

According to local Temburong folklore, Awang Semaun left behind a giant vase used for keeping water. The local people said that the giant vase can sometimes appear and a number of locals have claimed to have seen that magic vase.

One local head village who worked in the area in the 1920s said that he saw the vase at least 10 times. He described the vase as having an opening of about two feet in diameter, its length up to 30 feet and a broad middle of about 20 feet in diametre. The vase will be found half submerged in the river. The British Resident who heard the stories tried to search for the vase in vain. The elderly folks said that a magic vase like that will not be found by those who went searching for it.

It was said that Awang Semaun converted to Islam in Johor. During the reign of Awang Alak Betatar, he instructed Awang Semaun to go to Johor in search of a Johor Princess who became Awang Alak Betatar’s consort. The Johor Princess had a bird named pinggai (burong pinggai). When the Princess was taken to Brunei, the bird came to Brunei to search for her. It came together with a ship which sank when it arrived in Brunei. The sailors were said to be assisted by the Kedayans who lived in Berakas. From the Kedayans, the sailors heard that the bird had flown to a place which eventually became Kampong Burong Pinggai.

From that village, the emissary from Johor discovered that the Princess had married the Brunei Sultan. However, the Princess, together with her searchers from Johor, managed to persuade Awang Alak Betatar to return back to Johor for the Johor marriage ceremony there.

In Johor, Awang Alak Betatar converted to Islam and took the name Sultan Muhammad, Pateh Berbai became Pengiran Bendahara Seri Maharaja Permaisuara and Awang Semaun became Pengiran Temenggong.

On their return back to Brunei, the Johor Princess’ followers stayed in Kampong Burong Pingai.

Some also said that the Johor Sultan “persuaded by her happiness and the fame and glory of Brunei” — as described by Saunders in his History of Brunei — journeyed to Brunei and formally installed Alak Betatar as Sultan and his brothers, including Awang Semaun in the offices of state which became traditional to Brunei and presented the new Sultan with the royal regalia.

We only know Awang Semaun through legends. We do not even know of his descendants. We will never know the truth about him.

But the name Awang Semaun lives on as one of Brunei’s great warriors.

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Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

The Philippines abounds with stories about the ‘Yamashita gold’, a part of which accordingly went to the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos. Incidentally, certain writers did pen some well researched books about the subject, the result ending among the ‘controversial’ topics in town.

Just exactly where did Yamashita, Japanese ‘tiger of Malaya’ fame, get all those tons of gold isn’t difficult to imagine. The gold bullions and treasures were plundered from the Asian territories where the general’s forces went, carted to the Philippines en masse, before being transited to Japan for use by the Imperial state.

The ceaseless bombing raids by Allied forces of Japanese occupied territories and naval contingents proved too much at some point. To avoid further risks, the Japanese state decided to bury the remaining gold treasures in 160+ underground bunkers in the Philippines.

According to some estimates, the part of the gold treasures that were dug by Marcos’ people in the Philippines amounts to 1.33 million tons at conservative estimates. Optimistic estimates say the total must be past 1.7 million tons. So huge a hoard, that analysts now claim over 86% of the world’s gold is in the Philippines.

Cautious of not wanting to lag behind in the investigations, I did my own intuitive research about the matter. Using both meditation and dream visions as tools, I conducted my investigations in the years 2000-2002. To my amazement, I was shown visions of the gold hoard—piles of gold in a huge vault or so.

The Marcos gold has been scattered accordingly in many countries (6 as of year 2000), and entrusted to the illegitimate children of Marcos (revealed by a fellow mystic R. Somera, c. 2000). In a dream vision in 2001, I was talking to a man (stranger) who told me that they were returning a chunk of the Marcos gold that was worth U.S. $75 Billion.

I was overwhelmed by the amount, which by the way was just chunk. The 1.33 Million tons, at over $1000 per ounce today, is worth over U.S. $ 1,000 Trillion. No wonder that the global oligarchs are salivating for the gold, part of which they negotiated at some point to be diverted to the U.S. to beef up its bullions and bankroll new treasuries (care of the Tri-Lateral Commission or TLC).

To my mind, both the Marcos and Yamashita gold, including those inside secret bunkers that remain untouched, are just but tips of an iceberg. The gold treasures of Southeast Asia could go much bigger than that, a fact that made the British mad about the region during the colonial times.

Just exactly where all that gold came from remains a tightly-held secret though. From the vantage point of archeology, which discovered that metallurgy (for iron, gold, silver, copper) began in the region as early as 5,000 BP (before present), huge gold hoards is hardly a secret.

My knowledge of ancient wisdom is telling me that metallurgy, being an ancient science in Lemuria (from old to Atlantean-era Mu), may have been dormant in the consciousness of the Malays and Indo-Mongoloids after the great flood that ended the last glacial period. That science was simply being revived by the descendant tribes of Mu notably the Malays, circa 5000 BP.

Not only that, to stretch out your imagination, the post-deluge Malays may have been in contact with the Underground Cities’ people. The underground cultures were nurtured by groups that escaped the floods before they happened, precisely by building underground cities that later thrived and advanced to a level befitting a cosmic civilization (they can travel through hyperspace).

The contact with certain virtuous Malays may have made the Underground or UG people to share technology as well as actual hoards of precious metals to make them jump-start the leap to ‘high culture’ and prosperity. By the century of 1400s, Southeast Asia was the wealthiest region in the world, which historians of the West recognize as a fact. Malay ‘high culture’ was also markedly established.

Whether the gold will be finally controlled by Filipinos of today is doubtful. It is likewise doubtful whether the global oligarchs, led by the House of Rothschild, will be able to own and control the Philippine gold as their loot, no matter if they have in their possession some chunks of it.

Virtue went with the production and collective ownership of those colossal gold hoards. No person or people can ever have control of the total gold who are lacking in virtues whatsoever. While there may be certain virtuous individuals in the Philippines, the same virtuosity doesn’t approximate the Filipinos at all, who are deeply mired in worldliness just like their Western counterparts. Certainly, the global oligarchy that is the seat of evils can never take possession of the gold hoard at all.

My inner wisdom is telling me that, upon the ascension of Earth to higher dimension after 2012, the same gold hoard will be tracked, identified, recorded, gathered, and finally controlled by the Light Forces that will arrive in full force to retake Earth for the Almighty Creator. The metal will then be used for diverse purposes.

Chief among the usage of the gold later would be for economic purposes. The need to have a gold reserve standard, which is now being clamored across the globe, will finally take place, with the planetary state taking stock of this hoard itself. It will securitize the entire global economy which will run without money or currency.

Part of the gold will also be used for healing and balance purposes. Together with crystals, gold can aid in balancing an entire city. The new cities of the future will install crystal crucibles in their strategic corners, and let us add gold in those crucibles. The same metal will be used to create medical instruments for healing purposes.

Likewise will gold be used for communications purpose. Like the way we use copper, gold and other metals will undergo more innovations in the future for the same purpose. Terrans can even communicate with peoples across the other edge of the Milky Way, and maybe those in other galaxies, using gold/metals and crystals as mediums.

But to think of gold as coinage materials will be a strange fiction story by then. To repeat, there will be no money in the future economy, goodbye to currency and to hoarders of monies, and so gold won’t be necessary to securitize money or serve as coin.

To conclude, Filipinos who will survive the 2012 event will have something to be proud of: their collective wealth serving the planet’s common good. Filipinos do exude service or karma yoga, so they better share the same gold selflessly to the rest of the Earth, and take not a single ounce of it for personal use.

[Philippines, 24 May 2010]












Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

Birds of the same feather flock together,” so says an idiom in metaphysics. Tons of discourses were already produced from out of this ‘birds discourse’, with sociologists and anthropologists leading the fray, concerning the ‘law of attraction’.

Many more discourses were generated from out of the ‘bird’ archetype in fact. Depending on the context, the meaning of each narrative would vary.

To add to the discourse, let me share some notes about the mythical bird called phoenix. In my country, among our southern ethnicities, a parallel mythical bird is the ‘sarimanok’. ‘Manok’ means chicken, while ‘sarimanok’ is something not like chicken but mythical and more potent than chicken or any bird for that matter.

Inner wisdom is telling me that the difference between the phoenix and sarimanok is quite hairline: the phoenix pertains to the category of the individual, while sarimanok pertains to the collective category. Other than that, they more or less reverb with the same resonance.

The resonant message from out of both mythical archetypes is that of being reborn. The Law of Reincarnation & Karma is indicated right away by any narrative that explicitly predicates on rebirth which is what both archetypes refer to.

The phoenix is referent for individual rebirth across time. Be born, then grow to mature age, and then at old age you die. But after some time, depending on the balance of your incurred karmas, you will be programmed to be re-embodied.

The sarimanok operates more on the collective level though. A ‘spirit of the race’, marking the collective mind, would equivalently be born, grow old, and then die. At some future time, it will be reborn again, as it finds manifestations in new forms, in a new people. Let’s look at a parallelism below.

In German lore, it is an old zeitgeist that will be deceased soon and then be reborn at a later time in another context. In our Malayan experience, it is our kamalayan (awareness) that is born, grows old, and dies, and then later gets to be reborn at another time and context.

Both individual and collective levels of awareness streams are equally important, as any Aspirant would realize. At the individual level, we work out each of our own liberation agenda, undoing our negative karmas accumulated through time, so that at some future time we won’t need to be reborn again.

At the collective level, we gradually work out, as a people, to purge negativities from out of our collective unconscious. This is a far more difficult task than we can imagine, for the task involves everyone else in an ethnicity, race, or nation. In the Philippines, spiritually sensitive people here are aware that our ancient kamalayan is back today, and it is challenging us to reform and evolve.

The beauty of it all is that, across the world’s cultures, we have the archetype of the Messiah. This loving wonder-figure is the one who serves as exemplar to help us rise above our limitations and predicaments, transcendence thus leading to our individual and collective liberation or kalayaan (freedom).

Even the phoenix had to be re-invented a bit to include the Messiah in its ambit of meanings. It had also meant, according to some mystical circles, as the Resurrection. Akin to Yeshua ben Joseph, “Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again.”

Any figure who dies and is reborn is death-less. The Messiah, a ‘son of God’ (Ascended Being, Christed Being), has shown the way to deathlessness. If we follow the Messiah’s ways, we will also be deathless someday and will no longer need to be reborn.

So if we join the three (3) archetypes, we have the triad of the phoenix, sarimanok, and Messiah. From phoenix and sarimanok (indicating duality) to Messiah (indicating Oneness), from sensate-material to transcendental, from worldly to saintly living, these we can cull from the sublime triad.

Let me conclude at that point. So mote it be.

[Philippines, 24 May 2010]








Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

Gracious afternoon to you all!

As a young lad I was taught, like everyone else, tales that came straight from ancient folklore. As each nation has its own indigenous narratives to pass on to younger generations, so does my nation possess our indigenous tales. The Philippines is so wealthy with folklore, that I feel it is a privilege to be born here due to this wealth.

I’ve been saying all along in my notes that folklore is the best source of ‘ancient wisdom’ among the Malays. Not scriptures, but folklore are the repositories of ‘higher mysteries’ in Southeast Asia. Such as the knowledge of physical stature which is the subject of physical anthropology and paleontology.

Among the lore subjects that caught my attention with wonderment was the one about giants. Our narratives do have them, and fact is when I entered the university and began studying sociology (major) and anthropology (minor), I encountered lots of other narratives from the diverse ethnic communities across the archipelago. I was amazed at the presence of the ‘giant discourse’.

There is the narrative about Biuag & Malana among the Malawegs and Ibanags. Biuag was a giant while Malana was a warrior-hero. Across the Matalag River each one positioned himself, poised in combat, with a beautiful lady as reward for the winner. Malana, who was more agile and cunningly smarter, eventually was victor.

There is a parallelism of that narrative with the story of Achilles in Iliad. At one point, Achilles had to face a giant who was champion for a group of Greeks. He quite so easily out-maneuvered and killed the rather phlegmatic giant.

Just by gathering some dozens of indigenous narratives to find out whether giants are present in them would suffice to discover a pattern.  Incidentally, as far as the Philippine side of the Malay massif is concerned, our documentation of folklore has been thorough and comprehensive, which indicates positively such a pattern.

The pattern is the clash of two (2) races of people: one of giants, and another of mainstream humans. Often the giant operates alone or is solitary, with exaggerated heights of standing as tall as a 100-foot tree or so. But that is poetic language which was the language of antiquity, so shorn of exaggeration we would see instead a race of man—represented by the solitary giant—who was taller than the average-height humans of the time.

Note that the average heights of Ibanags and their cousin ethnicities (Igorots, Itawes, Malawegs, Ivatans for example) must have been past six (6) feet. The ancient Ibanags were of stocky physique, but agile and battle-ready, as indicated by folk narratives about warriors.

Using 6.5 feet as average for man (a bit less for women), we can estimate that the giants squared off by the Ibanags in battles (signified by Biuag) must have been at least nine (9) feet tall. Some members of that race must have been within the range of 10-15 feet, which anthropologists of today would flatly refute as ridiculous.

According to ‘ancient wisdom’ (see Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine) the races that preceded us were indeed gigantic in stature. Two patterns of phenomena would be noticed as follows: (1) a new breed of smaller stature were created (genetically bred) from the older giants; and, (2) within a race, the stature would become smaller and smaller in height across time.

The Ibanags of today as well as their cousin ethnicities are just above 5 feet in average height, a drop of more than a foot from their ancient pedigrees. Besides, the physique of present Ibanags are slim and non-stocky, that slim built seemingly the pattern since after the advent of Western colonialism.

If the ancient giants were the pedigree of the shorter-height Malays (Ibanags among them), then we can safely say, using ancient wisdom, that the giants were the Lemurians of antiquity. From out of the Lemurians were bred the Malays who more fittingly belong to the Atlantean or 4th ‘root race’. The Lemurians ranged from 25-35 feet, bred to adapt to the environment where giant predatory mammals roamed the Earth.

Even the early Malays, who were properly ‘Atlantean’ (part of the worldwide ‘root race’) peoples, were of heights averaging 15 feet at one juncture. That’s almost three (3) times higher than the current Malays who are just past five (5) feet in height. The Malays surely have dwindled in height and physique across time, maybe due to in-breeding.

In the West, we can find a parallelism among the Italians. Their ancient pedigrees, Etruscans and Romans (Latins), were of stocky built and past six (6) feet tall. Vandals also joined the ancient Romans, who were likewise very tall and stocky, and co-populated Italy. Today, look at how the resulting people of Italians have become much shorter in height that seems to average just above 5.5 feet.

Our own anthropologists actually discovered bones of past seven (7) feet in height, somewhere in Central Philippines. But wary of the theoretical crisis that the bone finds would spark, the scientists decided to keep the find as a top secret, never to be talked about in conferences. What hubris and smugness from our own local experts!

No secrets can ever remain secrets in the Philippines anyway, due to the power of the oral tradition. And so the archeological find did reach the ears of many quarters, the mass media and scientific community included, and we keep tab of it as controversial finds though factual.

Who knows the ancient Malays of the post-glacial period did recede in size so radically? Such a size would later be reduced from an original 15 feet to 7.5 feet as indicated by the Central Philippine diggings. And now, from that 7.5 feet (of Neolithic times) we were reduced to our present 5.5 feet average.

As I was saying all along, folklore is a veritable source of high knowledge or ‘higher mysteries’ or ‘ancient wisdom’. If we cannot find physical evidences of giants in archeological diggings, then let’s find them in myths and legends. It won’t take long and archaeology will follow, gradually unveiling ancient giants who were in fact our father races.

[Philippines, 24 May 2010]








Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

Magandang araw! Good day! Buenos dias!

This time around, I’ll share to you the cosmic-galactic facet of the Tagalog creation myth. As I’ve already elaborated elsewhere, the Malays (of whom Tagalogs form a part of) were created by a cross-galactic race (light-skinned) from out of the Lemurian descendants (dark-skinned), thus producing a tanned race that was lighter than the Lemurians.

Being a new breed then of Pacificians (from the Pacific Ocean), the Malays belonged squarely to the last races of the Atlantean ‘root race’ (see H.P. Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine). They were bred almost at the same time as the White race that was a hybrid of light-skinned cross-galactic humans and the red-skinned Atlanteans.

To go back to the Tagalog creation myth, let me quote from a previous article: “The myth goes that there was once a bamboo floating listlessly by the oceans. The bamboo finally ceased to float as it landed on a coast in the Philippines. As it did so, a white dove flying above descended on the bamboo and pecked it accordingly. The bamboo then split, and out came Malakas and Maganda. The Filipinos are their descendants.” (See “Tagalog Creation Myth: Science of Birthing Revealed.”)

That being the synopsis of the mythos, let me re-stress that it is a coded message about the birthing of the Tagalogs/Malays. This time, the cosmic-galactic facet will be taken as the paradigm base. Let me take up the signifiers (code items) one by one:

  • Ocean/sea mystically refers to the unconscious or ‘causal plane’ element. That was where the ‘bamboo’ came from, to note. It means the awareness level of the Malays and their breeders corresponded to that level (7th Density at least) before the descent of humanity to its low 3rd Density level today.
  • Ocean also indicates the mass inundation of the Earth after the end of the glacial period. The last of Lemuria’s subcontinents sank across time as the ice caps melted and elevated the seawaters to much higher levels.
  • The ‘bamboo’ is referent for DNA as a whole, which is almost similar with the previous interpretation. This time though, note that DNA in the higher dimension is different, as it has more strands (12) than biological DNA (2).
  • Inside the bamboo are the two prospect gender, male and female. The Yin and Yang. Duality in One. Indeed, even the soul of a human has both masculine and feminine elements. So is the DNA, whether higher or lower dimension type.
  • Bamboo floating in the ocean/seas also signifies the attempts by the survivors of the post-glacial deluge to survive via floaters. Much like Noah’s floater. Noah was in fact of Lemurian roots, and produced a branch of tribes that would settle later in Western Asia. The same floaters brought survivors to lands that emerged after the floods receded, lands in the Pacific Ocean (including the Philippines).
  • From the ocean/seas, it landed in the coast. Soil signifies matter, as well as the maternal element (matter is Latin ‘mater’ or mother). It also signifies the physical plane, with the element of solidity (earth element) as dominantly marked.
  • A dove, white in hue, signifies the Galactic humans and their space vehicle. The myth reveals that the same Galactic breeders experimented on a new race. Quite observably, the same breeders or ‘creators’ used the species of humans already present then, who birthed through sexual procreation means (male and female in sexual intercourse). The earlier Lemurians were oviparous (egg-laying), while the latter were sexual in pro-creation.
  • The dove landed on the shores, as one can see. This means the Galactic creators, who came from the Air above (air is 6th Density or mental plane), had to descend to a lower dimension to be able to breed the Malays. Terrans were originally 5th Density in habitat, so it makes sense that the light-hued creators had to descend at least one Density lower from their domain.
  • The dove pecked the bamboo. This could mean that the creator race was also sexual in breeding or sort of, and it is possible that they actually pro-created with the Lemurian descendants. Otherwise, the new breed could have been created through laboratory means, which could also be possible.
  • Malakas and Maganda came out of the bamboo. Obviously, two (2) genders were involved as products of the breeding. And both of the genders were involved in birthing the ancient Tagalogs/Malays, who would later be among the chief tribes of the Filipino nation.

The Lemurians could have exercised gender equality, as indicated by the mythos. From the Lemurian descendants to the proto-Malays, the same cultural trait was disseminated. When the Moslems and Spaniards arrived in the islands, they discovered the prevalence of such a sociocultural trait among the islanders.

In closing, let me re-echo a thesis declared in a previous article: “As I’ve been saying all along, the contributions of Malays to the Teaching (‘God’s Word, higher mysteries) are found more in their folklores rather than their scriptures. Malayan scriptures are Islamic, Buddhist, and Christian, or impositions from outside. Folklores are originally their creative production, and are repositories of High Knowledge and wisdom. Such a thesis is exemplified by the Tagalog creation myth.” (See “Tagalog Creation Myth: Science of Birthing Revealed.”)

[Philippines, 23 May 2010]









Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

Mystical-esoteric circles across the world have been making noisy contentions since the late 19th century yet about the contributions of certain cultural families to the higher mysteries (Christians’ ‘word of God’, yogi-gurus’ ‘the Teaching’). Western philosophers have been enamored particularly to Indian, Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, Egyptian, Meso-American, and native North American streams of esoteric thought.

There is an observed undercurrent of ethnocentrism in those thoughts for sure. Western esotericists and occultists have been particularly hyper-valuing the Atlantean ‘tradition’, for the simple reason that Atlantis was part of Western hemisphere. It’s ethnocentrism pure and plain.

The same circles have been pretty silent about other cultural streams’ contributions to the Teaching. A deafening silence, for instance, can be discerned about Malay contributions to the Teaching, a silence that can be misconstrued as racist condescension towards the brown-hued peoples of Southeast Asia whom they subconsciously regard as “halfway between monkey and man.”

Let us take the case of mantras that have fundamental import for purification, protection, and prosperity purposes. If one reads the works of JJ Hurtak, one would rather see the ethnocentric propensity to regard the Jewish stream as the core of all invocative interventions. The rationale advanced is that the high knowledge was passed on by Enoch directly, or by God Almighty, and so contesting such a rather ex cathedra truth is tantamount blasphemy.

I would have none of those subtle dirty tactics of Western thinkers and their cult followers across the globe. The truth of the matter is that all cultures of the planet have contributed in no small measure to the build up of the Teaching (higher mysteries, God’s ‘word’, universal knowledge, mystical science…). Inclusive of such contributions are the invocative interventions or mantras.

Malay culture is among the major cultural families the world over. There must be around 350-400 million Malays across the southeast Asian region, making them so diverse in form. Malays were among the last races of the 4th ‘root race’ (Atlantean), and were among those who survived the deluge that marked the end of the last glacial period (which ended Atlantean civilization and hegemony).

Malays were most likely bred from out of the dark-skinned Lemurians of antiquity. Of gigantic stature, the Lemurians gave birth to the black peoples today. During the advent of the dark-hued Lemurians, a branch of it would become the Polynesian race. A branch of the Polynesians were further isolated and chosen to breed a more light-colored hue of brown pedigree, the Malay race.

One would find in many folklore scattered across island Southeast the traces of the conflicts between the parent race (tall dark-skinned Polynesian-Lemurians) and the offspring race (brown shorter height Malays). There is hardly any ethnic group in the region where the belief in giants doesn’t exist. The ‘shorties’ (Malays) turned out to be smarter and agile than the ‘gigantes’ (Polynesians) who would in the end lose or are isolated.

The Philippines alone, which the Hierarchy chose for me to embody, has about 100 ethnic groups. Scholars have already accumulated research materials about the folklore of the islanders, which indicates a vast storehouse of symbolic constructs that outmatch those found in the West or ‘middle East’ (another ethnocentric Western invention).

Let’s take the category of myths and legends. The Anglo-Saxons have just but a single narrative of Beowulf, which was evidently culled from the Nordic-Teutonic traditions of antiquity. In contrast, the Filipino legends have a variegation of versions, such as Lam Ang of Ilocos, Biuag & Malana of Cagayan, and so on.

If a coterie of scholars would consolidate all the folklore of Filipinos, Malaysians, Indonesians, Bruneians, Southern Thais, Timorese, indigenous Formosans, and related ethnicities, they would most likely be overwhelmed with the magnitude of results. At least 100 volumes of an encyclopedic compendium would be the result.

During our centennial celebration of Philippine Independence in the 1990s, scholars from the University of the Philippines generated around ten (10) encyclopedic volumes of folklore. That is just the tip of the iceberg of Malay folklore, as one can see.

My contention is that it is in folklore where we can mine the higher mysteries and discover their parallelisms and similarities with those already established (e.g. Vedic, Tibeto-Lama, Tao, Hebrew…). While typical esotericists would use scriptures of their choice cultures for mining higher mysteries, among the Malays it would be in the folklore rather than scriptures.

Only astigmatic or parochial minds would reduce scriptures as the sole basis for extracting higher mysteries such as universal laws. Any Western esotericist who’d claim “Hey those Malay guys don’t have scriptures at all so their contribution to high knowledge is negligible” is as smug as the bigoted Victorians imperialists of yesteryears.

Such bigots have a one-dimensional way of looking at things, a fixed idea about sources of knowledge (their way—scriptures), and turn out to be incompetent in dealing with mystical studies amid their university exposures and doctorate degrees even.  Ignorance killed the cat, so did ignorance snuff out the chance for mining Malay culture for mystical knowledge.

No wonder that among the 144,000 White Robes sent forth at the ‘end of time’, thousands were embodied here in Southeast Asia. We have Teachers everywhere here, in all sub-regions of the southeast, who hopefully would unearth the Light that has been seemingly trapped in the antechambers of Malay culture.

We have no need to import other traditions here in fact. Even in meditation tools, we have indigenous ones embedded here, now being unearthed by Teachers and seers. I don’t even have to mention martial arts and healing (herbals included), fields that have clearly demonstrated the practical aspects of the Teaching that has been embedded in Malay culture.

So, while the scripturalists of the traditional mold go their way of flattering themselves with having unveiled truths, let the folklorists go ahead and unveil the same truths from out of the folklore of the Malays. For the Teachers sent forth here as embodied Malays, go ahead and spread the Teaching silently, gradually sharing in the process your learnings about the Malay stream of higher mysteries.

In ending this note, let me invoke AKO YAONG AKO. It is Filipino for I AM THAT I AM. I discovered this mantra translation a year ago, and I invoke it every now and then. Ako Yaong Ako! Siya Nawa.

[Philippines, 13 May 2010]