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Corrado Malanga – Complete multilingual bibliography

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The universe our abductees described was best represented by the Jewish Kabbalah and we noticed that this pantheon originated from a pre-Israelite culture, therefore Egyptian and Babylonian.

Before continuing this excursus back in time, there are some issues we must readdress. The first is related to the false Hebrew Israelite monotheism. In reality, the Jews are not a monotheistic people but rather monolatrous.

This means that of all their gods, they identify one as superior to all the others and also coorrado the founder, according to the traditions of their people. In some ways, corfado ancient Egypt was the representation of a theocratic state, where the caste of priests was actually entrusted with power and the Pharaoh was a manifestation of God on Earth: Do you want me to be your God too?

But then, the Egyptians had stolen these Gods in turn from the Babylonian culture and while memories and legends certainly become hazier the further we go back in archefipi, it must also be pointed out that the closer we draw to the source of the myth, the more it resembles reality. Just like a game of Chinese Whispers.

Therefore, as we go back in time, we must replace Jesus with Christ, or rather Krishna. But who is Krishna really? A return to the roots In the previous article, we connected creation symbolism as described to us by abductees, starting from the consciousness that created the two creators and so on.

It was easy to demonstrate how everything was perfectly described in the Jewish Kabbalah. Now we are ready to go back even further, in search of the Gods of the Indus Valley, or rather, the aliens described by the inhabitants of this planet over twelve thousand years ago. Everything is explained in the myth so we will follow it and all the legends connected to it in order to discover an incredible convergence of views that goes beyond space and time to demonstrate, once again, that myth lives inside of man because there is no present, past and future.

Instead everything happens now and that is why the myth describes a timeless corado with its Gods and legends that were, are and will be.

The only thing that changes is the interpretation our mind provides us with, depending on the different prerequisites within each of us. The myth of Oannes, the fish man Along the path back to our roots we encounter an anthropomorphic fish-shaped deity from the African and Babylonian civilisations, a myth which has obviously been recycled repeatedly to reach the present day.

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This deity attracted our malanta because, when describing the bestiary of aliens mostly anthropomorphicour abductees told us of snakes, amphibians, insects, birds and mammals but there was one missing form that we would have expected to come across: There was no fish alien. So maybe there was no fish God?

There were even fish entities in the perfect depiction of aliens in Star Trek, the hit TV series that taught America about the conquest of space: But oddly enough, these entities did not emerge during our work with regressive hypnosis.

He said to call him Oannes.

According to Eastern mythology, he emerged from the Eritrean Sea and was an animal with the faculty of reason; yet he had the body of a fish. Below his fish head was another head and human feet, attached to the fish tail. His voice and language were human and articulated. Oannes lived among men without eating and, although they were still very primitive, he taught them their letters, sciences, arts and other skills, including agriculture. Every evening he returned to the sea and stayed in the water, because he was an amphibian; he also wrote a book on the origin of things and civilized living.

Who or what was this mysterious being? Was it a fantastic and legendary creature to whom we can attribute the sudden evolution of human society or, as many ufologists claim, a space visitor on a mission to Earth?

The first were typically biblical creatures, light beings superior to man in both their nature and wisdom and in direct contact with the Almighty. The Philistines worshiped an amphibious amlanga called Dagon or Odakon that was depicted along with his partner Atargatis, who had a fish tail and human body.

The Dogons will have obtained such knowledge from these strange creatures who taught men how to live and cultivate crops more efficiently. And during the reign of King Euedoresco, another fish-man named Odacon appeared. Posthumous mystifications As time has passed, the original idea of the Fish God has been lost, but it still conveys some symbolic aspects.


The figure of Christ is represented by the fish symbol, but not really to recall the God Oannes, malwnga whom Krishna only had an indirect relationship as we will see. In Maoanga times, the Christians were an illegal sect and had to recognize each another by using secret symbols when they met. One Christian began the fish sign with his stick and another completed the design with his stick: Jesus Christ Son of our Saviour Malana.

And finally, we find similarities between the myth of Oannes and the use of the Tiara for the high prelates of the Vatican; in fact this strange headgear comes from the myth of the Oannes fish god.

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Who would have thought it? We took this as our inspiration as we sought to include Vishnu in our mosaic and alien bestiary. And it was easy, http: InRene Guenon wrote an article, translated from Spanish to Italian by Anna Polino, on the symbolism of the fish and the octopus and dolphin in particularespecially in the Vedic and Greek traditions, and their symbolic relations with Christianity.

It was no doubt carried there by the great stream which, flowing from the Primordial Tradition itself, later gave life to the doctrines of India and Persia. In fact, in the Vedas and Avesta, there are several texts which explicitly state the Hyperborean origin of the Tradition, and even indicate the main stages of its descent towards the South.

It seems that similar memories, in the west, have been preserved in Celtic traditions, yet they are difficult to reconstruct with afchetipi fragmentary data having survived into the present. Moreover, we should notice that certain aquatic animals play a role in the symbolism of the peoples of the North especially. We will use the octopus as an example: Another fact which bears corradl these considerations is that in India, the fish form Matsya-avatara is considered as the first of all the manifestations of Vishnu, which marks the very beginning of the present cycle, and therefore directly related to the starting point of the Primordial Tradition.

However, this is nalanga the place to dwell on this connection, which is quite extraordinary in corrzdo similarity of detail. In fish form, at the end of the previous Maha-Yuga, Vishnu appears to Satyavrata, who is to become the Manu or Legislator of the present cycle under the name of Vaivaswata. He tells him that the world is going to be destroyed by the waters, and he orders him to build the ark to hold the seeds of the future world; then, in the same form, he himself guides the ark over the waters during the cataclysm.

We have here one of the clearest allusions to the Primordial Revelation: The affirmation of the perpetuity of the Veda is moreover directly connected to the cosmological theory of the primordiality of sound among the senses the quality of Ether, Akaga which is itself the first of the elements ; and this theory is ultimately the same in other traditions when they speak of creation by the Word.

The primordial sound is the Divine Utterance by which, according to the first chapter of Genesis, all things were made. During the cataclysm which separated this Maha-Yuga from the previous one, the Veda were concealed in a state of envelopment in the conch shell shankhawhich is one of the chief attributes of Vishnu.

Therefore the conch is considered to contain the imperishable primordial sound aksharathat is, the monosyllable Om, which is the name par excellence of the Word in its manifestation in the three worlds and coerado the same time the essence of the triple Veda thanks to its three elements AUM.

Moreover these three elements matraswhen reduced to their essential geometrical forms and graphically arranged in a particular manner, form the very shape of the conch; and by a rather remarkable concordance, this is also the shape of the human ear, the hearing organ, which in order to perceive sound must in fact be arranged archetipu conform with the nature of the sound itself.

All this is clearly connected with some of the most profound mysteries of cosmology. But who can still understand the truth of this traditional science when in the state of mind that constitutes modern thinking?

Firstly, because it was the oldest tradition at our disposal, secondly because the closer we get to the source, the less the information has been manipulated by history and historians, or so we find. Thus we archetili that in India there is an idea that the world was created at the hands of the Trimurti, which corresponds to the Christian Holy Trinity. In the Hindu religion, the Trimurti Sanskrit: According to the belief in the Trimurti, these figures are simply different aspects of the Divine attributable to the same and only God also called Tsvara or Saguna Brahmanthis principle is similar to the Trinity of the Christian religion or the Triad of many Indo-European gods Odin, Thor and Freyr, Arvhetipi and Pluto, etc.


Therefore, if we investigate these three aspects of the Trimurtimore more thoroughly, we risk making an error of interpretation.

Instead, the Trimurti relates to the triple manifestation of creation, in which Brahman is the Consciousness, the Kabbalistic Crown of the Tree of Life, Vishnu it the first Creator, that is, the Kabbalist Knowledge and Shiva is the second Creator, that is, Wisdom. But Brahma is something else! In fact, if we compare Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma to the three figures that come from the description of the soul during deep hypnosis, our theories are confirmed.

Brahma should not be confused with Archetipk while Brahman represents the principle of immutability, the infinite, immanence and transcendent reality, the Divine Origin arcuetipi all beings, Corraso is its agent, just like other personified deities; he is an aspect of Tsvarathe essentially ego-conscious Brahman with attributes.

Brahma is the first being to be created at the beginning of each cosmic Cycle or kalpahe is the first manifestation of Brahman and for this reason he is not considered the architect of the universe, the father of all beings.

The jalanga of Brahma have various elements, each of which has its own value and its own meaning: He is traditionally represented with four heads, four faces, four arms and four legs, and every head is intent on reciting one of the four Vedas. In each of his malxnga hands he holds: Water is the archetype of the mind: The passing of time is connected instead to the spiritual appearance in SIMBAD, which is the colour of fire, while the soul is the representation of timelessness and emotion in all cultures, hence why it remains in the heart of Jung and all primitive men.

As the Supreme Principle of the universe, Brahma resides in the heart, the vital centre of man. To be specific, the smallest ventricle is the organ which symbolically represents integral unity that includes the physical body, the energy field and the divine spirit.

In ancient times, it was said that the heart was the abode of intelligence because it was assimilated to the abode of the Universal Intelligence.

The final part of Veda, the Upanishads, says: You must look for what resides in this place and you will recognize it The original lotus flower has tree petals for Egyptians and Easterners as well as the Nordic people, who have the version of the Triskel symbol. It represents the tree of life, and the flower is the body that contains three things: Brahman Brahman contains the four aspects of Brahma: Mapanga Brahma is the whole of the manifestation, that is: After creating the prerequisites corrrado create the rest, Brahman creates its first two creatures who we call archetipu two corraco And this is where the surprises start.

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Vishnu This is the first Creator, known by this name. Vishnu is considered an all-encompassing deity, with different appearances. He is known as purusha, maha purusha or paramatma, the Supreme Soul, and as sheshin or Totality, in which all souls are contained. Over time, Vishnu incarnates in the ten manifestations listed below. The Ten Avatars of Vishnu, or Dasavatara, are in chronological order: The first real aspect is connected to evolution.

In fact, fishes gave rise to amphibians from which birds, snakes and mammals were born. In this sense, the first creation has to incarnate and manifest as a fish.

In fact, according to the theory of evolution, we may assume that if the conditions for change were missing on a planet, the fish would have no incentive to leave the water for their survival and would never have created subsequent species.

Fishes would have evolved just as they are.