Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 9: The Ikshvaku

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 9: The Ikshvaku
Published July 19, 2010

The rider of Ikshvaku …

DESTINATION EARTH

Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 9: The Ikshvaku

The end of the Civilization of the Thar Valley

From 2000 BC. BC, the Indo-Europeans begin to leave the cities of the valley of the Thar In 1800 BC. AD, most cities have been abandoned This is the result of the atomic bombings of the war of 10 suns by Yi The river Sarasvati was engulfed in what is now the Thar desert The region is too highly radioactive to live, and for long … Even today, 4000 years later, the radioactivity is 50 times higher than normal …

The Ikshvaku

In the Vedas, rivers, seas and most geographic locations, are deified In fact, we must translate it by the appointment as a god, places the component areas of the Atlanteans, the Indo-European The best known example is the goddess Ganga and Ganga In the Vedas, in line with Suryavamshi there the dynasty of the sun Ikshvaku was one of the first kings of this dynasty Ikshvaku represents the two rivers and Vaksu Drishadvati The river Vaksu is known by its Greek name of Oxus, he has acquired in the period of Alexander the Great, and Amu Darya today Drishadvati the river, is known by its Greek name Jaxartes, also awarded in the period of Alexander the Great, and Syr Darya today

Vedas and Hinduism

The Vedas are a legendary epic, dating – 3900, recounting the arrival of the gods on earth, and their history Hinduism is the religion that ensued The sacred texts based on the Vedas have been rewritten, and thus interpreted, of – 1500 to – 600, to make it the foundation of Hindu religion

Ikshvaku according to Vedas
The genealogy of the dynasty Ikshvaku is mentioned in the Ramayana and ii.102.4 i.69.17-32-29, as follows: Brahma creates 10 Prajapatis, divine creatures from his mind One of them was Marichi Kashyapa is the son of Marichi and Kala Kashyapa is regarded as the father of mankind Vivasvan or Surya is the son of Kasyapa and Aditi Vaivasvata Manu, first called Satyavrata, Emperor of Dravidian, is the son of Vivasvan It is considered the first god of the dynasty Ikshvaku Ikshvaku is the son of Manu Vaivasvata Kukshi is the son of Ikshvaku Etc …

Ikshvaku in Hinduism

Ikshvaku is according to Hindu historical tradition, the son of Manu the first man and the little son-of Vaivasvata Surya, the sun god and founder of the dynasty Suryavansha It gives its name to the dynasty Ikshvaku, whose capital is Saketa Saketa, Ayodhya today, is a holy city of Hinduism, because it was the capital of the kingdom of Koshala, which was considered to be the kingdom of Rama Ikshvaku was the first to apply his kingdom in the Manu smriti, inspired by religious rules Hindu Vedas Surya is the sun god, son of Aditi and Kashyapa It is sometimes depicted as a warrior Iranian boots, with four arms, golden hair bronzed skin He has four wives: Saljnâ, knowledge Rajni, sovereignty Prabha, light Chaya, the shadow It is the father of: Manu, the first man and lawgiver of humanity Yama, the god of death Yami, who became after his death the river Yamuna, a sacred rivers of Hinduism

Hindu adaptations

Vaivasvata Manu is a god, son of god and goddess, and father of dynasties of gods His father is Surya, the sun god who can not be the father of a man … It should not be confused with Manu, the patriarch of romas, can be regarded as the first man Hindus have confused the two characters in their sacred writing late They have actually decreased the Vedic empire to include everything in India and so do the Indian religion Hinduism They thus completely erased all the foreign gods in India and incorporated them into their rewriting Ikshvaku became the first high priest of this new religion of the Vedas traditional outcome

The territories of Ikshvaku

In Vedic times, the Ikshvaku, represents lands that are largely either side of two rivers, and Vaksu Drishadvati, the confines of the Himalayas to the sea Kashyap, divinity of the Vedas The Vedic Ikshvaku includes regions of Sogdiana, Bactria, Margiana and Hyrcania The countries that make up this region today are: southern Kazakhstan, the region of the Aral Sea, the Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgystan on the Tajikistan, north eastern Iran, Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan

The Vaksu and Drishadvati

In Vedic times, the two rivers flowed into the sea Kashyap, known today: the Caspian Sea This sea has retained since Vedic times, its Sanskrit name … To 500 years, there has been a geological event that has dug a canal that will be added to the Amu Darya to enable emptying into the Aral Sea The river was then supplied with water, the two seas at once, the Aral Sea and the Caspian Sea In the 1700s, a new geological event cuts the course of the Amu Darya that flowed into the Caspian Sea Since that day, the Amu Darya no longer flows in the Aral Sea This allowed the Aral Sea to lie to the north and well to intercept the Syr Darya Since then, the two rivers do throw more in the Caspian Sea, but in the Aral Sea Political leaders, in Soviet times, used the two rivers to irrigate cotton fields Since they arrived almost dry to the Aral Sea, which has lost more than 75% of its surface and 90% of its volume … Several projects are underway, which helped stop the disappearance of the sea It seems that the same have have seen a slight increase in surface area and volume But the road is still long to return to its original area of 1989 …

The colonization of Ikshvaku

The colonization of Ikshvaku by Indo-Europeans began their arrival in the valley to the Thar -4300 Mainly for raw materials from these regions, the Indo-Europeans built trading posts, which quickly became city states The excavations at the sites have documented their presence in the 4th and 3rd millennium BC They also confirmed a sudden development to the second millennium, corresponding to the end of the Indo-European presence in the valley of Thar and their influx into the territories of the Ikshvaku The gradual decline of the cities of Ikshvaku is found from -1500 BC

The colony of Indo-European Ikshvaku

The Indo-Europeans, fled to their colony to Ikshvaku – 2000 BC. BC, their territory after the Thar have been devastated by war Yi They are found safe, with neighbors Tocharian Taklamakan See in this book, the third part: The Tocharian, Chapter 3: The Tocharian in Xinjiang The presence of Bactrian Indo-European at that time, is attested by texts of Xinjiang, but also by the objects found in the excavations of sites Ikshvaku These excavations show the presence of a brilliant civilization with strong characteristics of Vedas On some vessels, there are representations of snakes containing suns … Swastikas, of triskells, seals and bracelets of the Valley Civilization Thar were found during excavations in the Karakum, to Gonur-depe, capital of ancient Margiana and many other sites excavated

The Atlanteans

The many objects found in sites of Ikshvaku confirm an entente cordiale, political and trade with other people of Atlantis The kelts in northern Europe, the Middle Eastern Sumerian, Egyptian African, the Indo-European Valley Thar, the Tocharian Tibet to Manchuria and the islands of the Indian Ocean to the Pacific, the Maya of India, Indonesia and America, were all regular diplomatic and commercial relations What was it with the Atlanteans of Atlantis? Before the second Star Wars lost -3800, had to be good relations between Atlantis Indeed, they all expressed support for Atlantis in this conflict against the édenistes After the defeat, these relations have deteriorated because of the large tribute claimed by the Atlanteans to pay for war damages caused by édenistes It was followed by civil war that has caused Atlantean in Atlantis -3000 See the first book: The Gods, Part 5: The Atlanteans, chapters 27 to 29 The Atlanteans of Atlantis have not benefited from the golden age of Atlantis from -3000 to -2400 …

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