Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 2: Manu, the patriarch mnouch

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 2: Manu, the patriarch mnouch

Published March 26, 2010

The trailer … Gypsy Camp near Arles … 1888 – Vincent Van Gogh


Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 2: Manu, the patriarch mnouch


The overlap of reading ancient texts of the Bible, the Vedas and Puranas, among others, enables us to reconstruct the true history of traveling people … The names of travelers, according to times and regions, are: Sinti, Zott, Luri, Jat, nuri, dom, domarai, athengani, Gypsy, gypsies, gypsies, gypsy, gypsies, gypsies, etc. … They now claim a common name of their choice: be all called roma

The mnouchs

The mnouchs are an indigenous people who lived in Anatolia human north, bordering the Black Sea, at about – 7000 BC This word, mnouch, in the Gypsy language, means: man Thus the gods édenistes learned that word from the mouth of Adam, when he presented his environment, asking him to name Genesis 2 19 Jehovah Elohim form the soil of any animal of the field, while volatile skies, he brought to the glébeux to see what their cry. Everything the glébeux cries for the living, that’s his name. The 20 glébeux Cree names for every beast, for all volatile skies, every beast of the field. But at glébeux he had not found help against him. Mnouch, was behind the name: gypsy

Adam, the mnouch

When édenistes arrived on land, they set up their base in the Garden of Eden View Destination Earth, Book I: Gods, Part 3: The édenistes, Chapter 5: The sixth day Desiring to have the manpower, they captured one or more mnouchs, they have genetically modified to get them like servants Thus in -6951 BC, was “born” Adam, ex mnouch, and the first individual GM As a single household is not enough, they make clones To ensure the sustainability of the workforce, they will be cloned Eve from Adam, and thus to achieve a species that reproduces Genesis 2 7 Jehovah Elohim formed the glébeux: Adam, dust of the soil: Adama. He breathes into his nostrils the breath of life, and what is the glébeux, a living being. 8 Jehovah Elohim planted a garden in Eden in the east. He then puts the glébeux he had formed.   Genesis 2 21 Jehovah Elohim dropped a torpor on glébeux. He sleeps. It takes one of his ribs, and closed the flesh underneath. 22 Jehovah Elohim built the side, he had taken the glébeux, as a woman. He brought to the glébeux. The 23 glébeux said: “This one, this time it is bone of my bone, flesh of my flesh, it will be Isha woman shouted: yes, man Ish it is taken “. The interpretation of this text is confirmed by the Chinese legends View Destination Earth, Book I: Gods, Part 4: The Asians, Chapter 5: 3 august: Nu Wa 1 – The manufacture of men

Adam and mnouchs

The mnouchs lived in Anatolia from the north, along the Black Sea, at about – 7000 BC, when arrived édenistes They were driven from their territory by those entrants who have captured many prisoners The mnouchs had to withdraw to the interior, at a safe distance from the base of Eden To -6776, according to the puranas, the return of their base édenistes heavenly Adam is expelled with all his tribe, the Garden of Eden, for violating the ban on entering certain parts of the camp It remains the custodian of this database, but now does this work from the outside, the base being guarded by soldiers édenistes, archangels warriors, with their lightsabers Genesis 2 23 Jehovah Elohim the returns from the Garden of “Eden, to serve the soil which he was taken. 24 It expels glébeux and actually remain in the east of the Garden of “Eden the cherubim and the flaming sword to keep spinning the road to the tree of life.   View Destination Earth, Book I: Gods, Part 3: The édenistes, Chapter 6: Eve and the serpent Adam and his clan then occupy the area around the Garden of Eden They hunt their new territory, mnouchs to occupy their space The mnouchs had to withdraw again to the interior, a little further …

Sirius B

Gradually, as we fill in this puzzle 4D, since the beginning of book one, the pieces fall into place more easily … After activation of the guard base, the édenistes entrust it to Adam, asking well not enter the grounds prohibited This happens so mandatory after -6951, the year of “birth” of Adam They then return to their base located in celestial orbit of Sirius B View Destination Earth, Book Two: the people, the first part: The people édenistes, Chapter 8-11 The Puranas tell us that mnouchs were expelled again in -6776, when the tribe of Adam was driven from the base after the return of édenistes to have entered the compound prohibited This period of 150 years should be sufficient for édenistes, to get to Sirius B, make their report, note the new instructions and return These 150 years must be reduced by the period necessary to instruct Adam, Eve, to clone, and to organize the work of men The distance Earth – Sirius B is 8.3 light years We saw in the previous chapter that édenistes and the Atlanteans were moving in space according to the Vedas at a speed of light 297,144 years They therefore had to travel to, as for the return, a minimum of 10 days and a half …

Manu, the patriarch mnouch

To -4900, the deluge … The édenistes leave their base of Eden and moved to Mount Kunlun The Hebrew of Noah, the descendants of Adam, fled on their arch built with technology édenistes View Destination Earth, Book I: Gods, Part 3: The édenistes, Chapter 11: The Flood The Hindu Vedas tell us that Manu, the ancestor and patriarch mnouchs, having saved the god fish Matsya avatar of Vishnu, the latter informed him of the impending deluge View Destination Earth, Book I: Gods, Part 5: The Atlanteans, Chapter 14: Avatars of Vishnu The mnouchs, driven this time by the flood, will have to go much further! The Vedas and Puranas, we learn that the patriarch Manu, led his people up North India They lived peacefully with the indigenous and Indo-Europeans who are coming to -4311, and until historic times, to + 400

The mnouchs, settled in Kamboja, Punjab and Rajasthan They are farmers who will become warriors Jat or Jatt, named after their leader The bhatti, the Chudasama and form the Jat somavamsha chandravamsha or branch of lunar Rajput The Rajput, composed of solar lineage, lineage and the lineage of lunar fire, are part of rajanya, the warrior caste The rajanya will then call the Kshatriyas

 The White Huns

The Gupta dynasty will unite the northern India in the fourth and fifth centuries This necessarily means unification constraints for Jat, and especially a vassal warrior This requires them to provide men and arms to kings Guptas, threatened by shvetahûna kings, called the White Huns White Huns, nomadic Dzungarie in northern Xinjiang, Hephthalites are called by the Greeks, yeta by the Chinese and the Indians by shvetahūna The White Huns have invaded many times in this period Persia and India When the white Huns settled in Transoxiana, the ancient Sogdiana and his capital, Samarkand, they became a serious threat to the Guptas The rock of Junagadh, Gujarat, is covered with two series of Sanskrit texts, dating from about -150 to the first series and 457 for the second This second series mentions a victory by King Skandagupta to 454 against the tribes of Huns white

First exodus of jatt

These wars and political unrest will cause the first waves of migration of jatt to Persia, from the year 400 They will now be called by the Persians: Luri or Zott, persanisation Jatt, name of their mythical king Some of their descendants are still in Iran But most continue west into Anatolia Others go north to Armenia Further south still in Iraq, in Palestine and then to Egypt The zotts now living in Egypt, speak Persian

Bahram Gur

History of Behram Gur has been reported by Hamsa of Isfahan, about 950, and confirmed by the Firdusi poet, author of the book of Kings, circa 1000 AD Around 420 AD, the Persian Shah Bahram Gur, the Sasanian dynasty, brought in Luri musicians to Persia He asked the king Shangul, king of Kamboja, Kashmir today, to send 12 .000 Luri musicians, men and women, to distract his people Arrived in Persia, he assigned them a land and gave them seeds and livestock, so they fertilize the area After a year, Lori had eaten all the cattle and grain, and were destitute Bahram Gur flew into a rage and made them take off their musical instruments and their land He then asked Lori to make a living traveling the country singing … This is a poetic version … Reality must be this instead: The Persian Shah Bahram Gur, exceeded the invasions of the Huns white on its territory, the border of the Kamboja being a sieve, went Shangul threaten the king, his kingdom to annex It then promised to keep its borders, and as a token of goodwill, he offered him 12,000 Luri slaves Bahram Gur assigned them a region not used to fertilize and develop A year later, Lori, had eaten all the livestock and grain … Breham Gur, angry, drove them, not without having previously seized all their possessions, which were often made by their musical instruments They had to leave on foot and sing to survive …

The invasion of the white Huns

Skandagupta death in 467, the winners of the Huns in 454 white, set off a civil war of succession between his son to those of his half-brother Budhagupta son of Purugupta, emerged victorious and reign until 476 to 496 The Gupta empire appears weakened by these civil wars, which allows the Hun leader to seize white Toramana Rajasthan and west of the Ganges valley, around 500 His son continues Mihirkula inward invasion of India, but 528 is pushed by a coalition of Indian Kings In the Indian tradition, the invasions of white Huns have left an image of terror The Gupta empire, weakened by the wars broke out in the mid-sixth century, the main vassal kingdoms having regained their independence

The invasion of Muslims

Invasions of Muslims in India starting in 711 Mohammed bin Kassim captured Sind in 712 Mahmud of Ghazni launched his first attack against India in 1000 In 1018, after massacring the population, it destroys Somnath, one of the richest Indian temples The scholar al-Biruni who accompanied Mahmud of Ghazni during his campaigns, says in his “History of India”: “Mahmud utterly ruined the prosperity of the country and performed singular feats, reducing the Indians to atoms of dust scattered. Their scattered remains naturally maintain the deepest aversion to Muslims ” Mahmud of Ghazni regards India as an area of pillage: after each of his expeditions, he returned to Ghazni laden with booty and numerous slaves Muhammad Ghuri resume the conquest of India in 1175, and he conquered Delhi in 1193 One of his generals, Qutb-ud-Din Aibak, plundered Kanauj and Benares where he demolished the temples and commits major massacres His second, Muhammad Khilji, the invasion continues and submit Bengal in 1202 Iltutmish, the first ruler of the dynasty ilbaride, drove back the Mongol attacks that begin in 1220 The khaljis seized Devagiri, then conquered Gujarat in 1299 Malik Kafur, slave Hindu Gujarat, eunuch, became the favorite, then general of the Sultan of Delhi Ala ud-Din Khalji Having conquered and plundered the Deccan, he reached the southern tip of India in 1311 Tughluq Dynasty, from 1320 to 1414, the Delhi Sultanate reached its greatest territorial expansion, stretching from the Himalayas in northern Tamil country In 1398 Tamerlane, or Timur Lang, Turkish Muslim king of Transoxiana, ravaging Afghanistan, and he reaches Delhi killing people and plundering the city The Delhi Sultanate falls prey to infighting that will make a succession of Muslim dynasties, the Sayyid dynasty in 1414, that of Llodi until 1526 In the sixteenth century India was divided into numerous kingdoms, mostly Muslims and Hindus a few In 1526, Babur seizes the Sultanate of Delhi and founded the Mughal Empire, the Arab-Persian mughal, meaning Mongol Zahir ud-Din Muhammad, known as Babur, which means: the leopard, Mongolian and is claimed to be the 14th descendant of Ghenghis Khan by his mother, and the fifth descendant of Tamerlane by his father Sher Shah then expanded the empire by capturing Delhi, Agra, Lahore and the Punjab, Bengal and Sindh in 1541 in 1543 He then conquered Gwalior, Malwa, Chanderi, the Marwar, Jodhpur, Ajmer and the fortress of Chittor in 1545 Sher Shah divided the empire into forty-seven provinces He created the rupee, currency and fixed weight as guaranteed by the state, still in force today

At the cost of incessant wars, wars of succession, conquest and reconquest after rebellion, the Mughal empire will reach its climax with Prince Khuram which was crowned in 1628 under the name of Shah Jahan, which means: king World In 1631, Mumtaz Mahal, which means: wonder of the palace, died while giving birth to their fourteenth child Shah Jahan, love for his favorite wife, he erected a mausoleum in Agra, the Taj Mahal, the jewel of Mughal architecture On the death of Aurangzeb, his successor, in 1707, the Empire is threatened from all sides and bursts It is the decline of the Mughal with the plunder of Delhi in 1739 by Persian The English who are based in India and is based in Madras in 1639, taking advantage of the disunity of India The British East India Company will progressively take control of the country from Bengal where she is well established

The exodus of Zott It is recognized that it is the Muslim invasions of India that have caused the exodus of the most massive Zott, from 11th to 13th century Mahmud of Ghazni who took more than half a million slaves after his victory in 1018, has contributed largely to these mass exoduses But from the first invasion in 711, waves of migration have resumed In 820, there are already Zott on the banks of the Tigris in Mesopotamia, now Iraq In 855, the Persian chronicler Tabari says that many Zott were captured as slaves by the Byzantines in their attack against Syria



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