Brief history from the Mid-Confluence until the removal of Buddhism by the Agnivanshi Rajput clans (the descendants of the gods/Aryans) - Part 4 (Scythians; Sakya; Chandala/out-castes)
NB: This article can be found after the following introductory passages.
Before you read this article, please note that, from 1996, I (Pari, the author of this article) had begun to see numerous visions. I was trying to understand what was happening to me. As I was trying to understand this, I began writing all the articles which can be found in this website. Each article is a continuation of the earlier one. So what I had explained in earlier articles were not explained in subsequent articles. This had also allowed me to keep developing what I have to explain. After I had written numerous articles, people were asking me as to which articles they had to read in order to understand something or the other. Thus, in 2015, I began to write books. All the knowledge which a person needs, so as to understand the contents of a book, are given in the book. Thus, a person could understand the contents of a book without having to revert to other articles or books. However, a better understanding could be had through reading the other books. I had also begun writing my first book “Holographic Universe : An Introduction” because I began to have a good understanding on the structure of the Holographic Universe through experiences, guidance from God, research, etc. It should be remembered that my articles were written while I was trying to understand what was happening to me. So, the emphasis in the articles may have been on my own roles (due to the afterlife of my past births). In my books, I concentrate on just explaining knowledge and not really on giving an explanation on my own role. It should be noted that since there are so many articles, I find it very difficult to update the articles. So there may be information in them which has not been updated. I try my best to keep my eBooks updated. Anyway, to have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my earlier articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at my List of Articles. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding. It should be noted that all my articles were written based on time being cyclic. Click here to understand the basics of the Cycle of Time.
Brief history from the Mid-Confluence until the removal of Buddhism by the Agnivanshi Rajput clans (the descendants of the gods/Aryans) - Part 4 (Scythians; Sakya; Chandala/out-castes)
(posted on 18-10-2013)
Written by Brahma Kumari Pari, LL.B (Hons)(Lon), LL.M, PhD.
NB: there is a brief explanation on the cycle, at the end of this article, for those who are not familiar with the Cycle of Time. For convenience, I am referring to those who walked out of the divine world, at the end of the Silver Age, as the Anunnaki since they have been referred to as the Anunnaki in the Sumerian myths. The Sumerian mythological names/roles like Enlil, Enki, Ningishzidda, Marduk, Anunna etc were only some of the roles which they were using.These people/souls had used many roles during the Mid-Confluence (Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages). Their actual names were considered as being insignificant. I have begun an explanation on this at: Egyptian Ren & Mythical Names – Part 1 (Name of the Soul) and at Egyptian Ren & Mythical Names : Part 2 – Ancient Naming System.
In "Links to Other sites & Introduction", I have begun an introduction as to which souls were playing the roles of the Anunnaki, Anunna rulers, Enlil, Marduk, Aryans, Anaryans, mapmakers etc.
Title: Brief history from the Mid-Confluence until the removal of Buddhism by the Agnivanshi Rajput clans (the descendants of the gods/Aryans) - Part 4 (Scythians; Sakya; Chandala/out-castes)
(includes a brief discussion on Gautama; Gautama gotra; varna system and caste-system; Nambudiri Brahmins and the Nairs; removal of Buddhism in India; Muslim Rajputs; Sindhis; Aryan-anaryan war; Shankaracharya; ex-BKs; PBKs; Sakyamuni; democracy during the establishment of the Sakya kingdom)
Contents : As has been explained in “Brief history from the Mid-Confluence until the removal of Buddhism by the Agnivanshi Rajput clans (the descendants of the gods/Aryans) - Part 3 (Extermination of the Kshatriyas by Parasurama), Enlil and Enki (as Parasuram) had handed over the earth to the ones who were playing the role of Kashyapa, after the Kshatriyas were exterminated. Then, when Kashyapa re-established the warrior clan, not all the warrior clans were allowed to play a role on the world stage. Some warrior clans were completely exterminated. One of the solar warrior clans which was exterminated was the Scythian clan. I have begun an explanation on this at:
Manu (on Rotation), Manvantara, Ayodhya and the Scythians
The Sakyas are not the descendants of the Scythians. The Scythians were warriors who were in the Middle East and they were used by Ninurta (the Sumerian name for the son of the King of Bharath). The King of Bharath and the King of Lemuria had ruled the world together (along with the other rulers of the 4 kingdoms of Bharath, Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis). They also had control over what was happening in the Middle East. They played the role of Parasuram so as to exterminate the Kshatriyas who were misbehaving. Based on their instructions, the Scythians were hunted down until they were exterminated. The Scythians ran into Russia as they were being hunted down; and there are no signs of their existence after their final extermination in Russia. When the Scythians were being exterminated by Parasuram, they went into hiding and they became nomadic barbarians. Since they had gone into hiding, it took some time to exterminate the Scythians.
The Sakyas were the descendants of the solar clan, in India, who were given a kingdom to rule (after Kasyapa was handed over the earth by Parasuram). From the fact that Gautama Buddha has the surname ‘Gautama’, it can be said that his ancestors were in India and not in the Middle East when Parasuram was exterminating the Kshatriyas.
Sage Gautama is one of the Saptarishis of the seventh Manvantara, in the Hindu cycle. The Saptarishis are the Seven Great Sages of a Manvantara. The Saptarishis are like the highest authorities who are guided by God. Sage Gautama was one of the Maharishis of the Vedic Age. The Vedic Age was during the Mid-Confluence.
Sage Gautama was the progenitor of the Gautama gotra/lineage, in India. Gautama’s descendants, which includes his students, belong to the Gautama gotra/clan. All the descendants of Gautama gotra would have ‘Gautama’ as their family name. Siddhartha Gautama was also having the surname of ‘Gautama’ which a descendant of the Gautama gotra would have. In the next part/article, I will be discussing the significance of Gautama Buddha being a descendant of Sage Angirasa.
When Parasuram was exterminating the Kshatriyas, the Brahmins were protecting some of the Kshatriyas within their own household (as Brahmins), in India. Thus, some of these Kshatriyas also began to use the gotra name of the family, which they were part of (when Parasuram was exterminating the Kshatriyas). The ancestors of Gautama Buddha were protected by those of the Gautama Dynasty. As members of the Gautama gotra, they had lived a life like all the other members of the Gautama gotra. Thus, ‘Gautama’ became their surname too. So their descendants began using the ‘Gautama’ surname too. However, in the Buddhist and Hindu texts, it has been stated that Gautama Buddha was a descendant of the Solar Dynasty.
According to the ancient Sri Lankan text called Mahavamsa, the Sakyas were the descendants of King Okkaka which is the Pali name for Ikshvaku (sanskrit). King Okkaka (Ikshvaku) was the descendant of Mahasammata. Mahasammata sounds very similar to the Hindu Manu. Okkamukha was the eldest son of Okkaka (Ikshvaku). Sivisamjaya was the son of Okkamukha. Sihassara was the grandson of Okkamukha. King Sihassara had eighty-two thousand sons and grandsons. These ‘eighty-two thousand sons and grandsons’ were the Sakyas. The youngest son of Sihassara was called Jayasena. Jayasena began the Sakya clan. Sihahanu was the son of the Sakya King Jayasena. Suddhodana was the son of Sihahanu. Siddhartha (Gautama Buddha) was the son of Suddhodana. Though it is being said that Sihassara had ‘eighty-two thousand sons and grandsons’ who became the Sakyas; logic tells us that it is not possible to have so many sons and grandsons. However, during those ancient days, one’s people were often seen and portrayed as the sons or descendants. Thus, one can understand why these people were portrayed as the ‘sons and grandsons’ of Sihassara.
According to the Hindu Puranas, the Sakya king was a descendant of the Ikshvaku Dynasty, son of Sanjaya and the father of Shuddhodana. Thus, both (the Hindu and Buddhist texts) state that Siddhartha Gautama is a descendant of Ikshvaku’s Solar Kshatriya Dynasty. So his ancestors must have been Kshatriyas who were protected by the people of the Gautama gotra, in India.
After Parasuram handed over all the lands to Kashyapa, the Kshatriyas who were on the righteous path were selected and given kingdoms to rule again. Thus, the Sakya king was also given a kingdom to rule. The Sakya king was given a new kingdom because Gautama Buddha was destined to be born in the Sakya Dynasty, as a descendant of the Sakya king. The Sakya Dynasty was for paving the way for the establishment of Buddhism; and this was something new that was happening during the end phase of the Mid-Confluence. The Anunnaki had foreseen that Buddhism would be established through the Sakya clan; and so they had given instructions for the establishment of the Sakya kingdom. The Sakya kingdom was portrayed as a kingdom that was established by the people because it was the gathering of people, who were left behind to carry out the Anunnaki plan, who were making sure that the Sakya Kingdom isestablished and continued until Gautama Buddha establishes his religion.
During the Mid-Confluence, it was theruler of Atlantis who was often using therole of Gautama. It was also the ruler of Atlantis who was playing the role of Adi Buddha, in India (during the end phase of the Mid-Confluence). Thus, one can understand why Siddhartha Gautama has ‘Gautama’ as his family name. The role of the Gautamas may have been totake care of the ancestors of Siddhartha Gautama, so that the founder of the Buddhist religion can be born in that family. Siddhattha Gautama means “descendant of Gautama who is capable of achieving the desired goals”. When Siddhartha was enlightened, he became Gautama Buddha. Buddha means ‘the enlightened one’. The fact that the Sakyas had the ‘Gautama’ surname suggests that they were not running away like the Scythians but were being protected by the Brahmins in India.
The fact that the Sakyas were given a kingdom to rule suggests that they were the virtuous ones. If one looks at the Hopi legends, one would notice that the ones who behaved badly were not used again when the gods were establishing the new world. Something similar happened in India too. This is why there are the out-castes in India. The out-castes were the fallen gods and their descendants who were influenced by the vices. Thus, they were not given a place in the civilizations, in India; just as the bad ones were not given a place in the new Hopi civilization (as portrayed in the Hopi myths). I have begun an explanation on this at:
The Ancient Hopi People
People could live a better life in the civilized city-states. Thus, during the Mid-Confluence, the people who did notflow along with the governance of the Anunna and Anunnaki were not allowed to live in the civilized world. They were being punished, for having been influenced by the vices and for not flowing along with the system/governance of that time. Thus, they were left outside the civilized world.
In India, the civilized world was given a varna system (caste system) as a social structure. The people, who were left outside the civilized world, were referred to as the out-castes. In the Manusmirti, there are provisions on how one of the out-castes, the Chandala, should be treated. The Chandalas were not members of the chaturvarna system (four caste system) in India. The Chandalas were supposed to be the people with the Brahmin mother and Sudra father. The Brahmin mother actually connects them to the Confluence Age. The Confluence Age is the Age of the Brahmins.
It is the people, at the end of the cycle (during Kaliyug), who are truly Sudras because the souls within them are in the most tamopradhan state (where the vices play the most significant role). However, it can be said that the Sudras began to exist from the beginning of the Copper Age because some of the people were beginning to use the vices from that time. The Sudra father (of the Chandala) reflects that the Chandalas were the people who were influenced by the vices, during the Mid-Confluence. The Chandalas were portrayed as having a Brahmin mother because their ancestors were the gods of the first half cycle. It was through the Brahmins (of the Confluence Age) that the gods of the first half cycle were created.
There are no limits to creativity. So the varna of the parent was also reflecting the time when the people were involved with using the vices. The Mid-Confluence was divided into four ages/division: Golden Age, Silver Age, Copper Age and Iron Age. I have discussed this at:
Vishnu Avatars in the Four Ages
The people who were influenced by the vices, in the Golden Aged phase of the Mid-Confluence, were portrayed as the children of Brahmin and Sudra parents. The ones who began using the vices, from the Silver Aged phase of the Mid-Confluence, were portrayed as the children of Kshatriya and Sudra parents. The ones who were influenced by the vices, during the Copper Aged phase of the Mid-Confluence, were portrayed as having Vaishya and Sudra parents; and so on. The Sudra parent was a reflection that the vices were being used. All those who were influenced by the vices were also portrayed as Anaryans, in the myths. After the Mid-Confluence, when the people became more body-conscious, all that which has been stated about the ‘mixed varna’ began to be used to make sure that people do not marry outside their caste.
During the post-Maurya period, some people (who were not flowing along with the Anunnaki plan) were regarded, or declared, as Sudras. These people were already well-established in their caste. So, even though they were declared as Sudras, they also maintained their original caste. Thus, even though the Nairs (of Kerala) had been regarded as Sudras, by the Nambudiri Brahmins, the Nairs say that they were the descendants of the Naga Kshatriyas. The Nambudiri Brahmins were also some of those who were flowing along with the Anunnaki plan to remove Buddhism in India, after Buddhism was established. This was why the Nambudiri Brahmins were involved with replacing Buddhism with Hinduism, in India. As a result, during that time when the Nambudiri Brahmins were replacing Buddhism with Hinduism, the Buddhist temples and monasteries were being destroyed or taken over for carrying out Hindu practices.
Originally, at the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, people had not been branded with a caste. Thus, the out-castes had no other caste to continue using (as their actual caste). Being a god or a ‘fallen god’ was not a caste within the mortal civilizations. The ‘fallen gods’ had become the Anaryans. They were no longer seen as gods because they were being influenced by the vices and/or were keen on acting in a way which wasnot the system of that time.
Even the civilization of the gods had to come to an end because the world was changing into the world of mortals. Thus, the descendants of the gods (who were not within Manu’s mortal civilization) were, later, turned into the Rajput Kshatriya clan because all the people in India had a caste (except the out-castes). Originally, the descendants of the godswere not categorized as members of the mortal civilization. Thus, originally, they did not have a caste (until they were transformed into the Rajput warriors). In my articles, I am not going to discuss how some of the Rajputs were influenced to become Muslims. However, it should be noted that even the Muslim Rajputs had helped to bring about the decline of Buddhism in India. It may be possible that they were, originally, planning to only use the Muslims for completing their task. This may be why it is being said that the Muslims were more successful, in bringing about the decline of Buddhism in India, than the others. It may be possible that, due to the interactions with the Muslims, some or many Rajputs had got entangled into relationships with the Muslims.
At the end of the Mid-Confluence, even those helping within the civilization of the gods did not have a caste. From experiences, I would say that even the Sindhis were from the civilization of the gods. This may be a reason why it looks like as if the Sindhis had only adopted the ‘Brahmin caste’ later on. All other Brahmins are associated to the temples; but the Sindhis are not associated to any temple. This means that they had adopted the ‘Brahmin caste’ at a later date, after the worship practices were well-established in Manu’s mortal civilization. Thus, the Sindhis were not able to become like the other Brahmins because all the other Brahmins can only teach the mantras etc to their descendants. Maybe, it had to be like this because the Sindhis had to be used to begin the Brahma Kumaris.
During the Mid-Confluence, the Sindhis were playing the role of the helpers and/or as Brahmins in the civilization of the gods. It was the Anunna rulers (parents of Enki and Enlil) who had first begun joint rule in India. As per this joint rule agreement, the King of Bharath played the role of the king and the King of Lemuria played the role of the sage/brahmin. The parents of Enlil and Enki had remained as rulers in thecivilization of the gods, in Northern India. It may be possible that some of the Sindhis were the descendants of those playing the role of the Brahmins in thekingdom of the gods. Those Brahmins were not attached to any temples because the gods did not do any ‘worship’. It was only the mortals who were given the worship practices and the temples. The descendants of the Brahmins (of thecivilization of the gods) may have gathered the others, who were helping in the civilization of the gods, into their Brahmin clan since the civilization of the gods had to come to an end. Thecivilizations of the gods were mainly existing inside the huge Vimanas (flying chariots) and not on earth, though they were based in Northern India.
During the Mid-Confluence, since the Chandalas were the gods who had walked out of the divine world, they had flowed along with the system that had been established in India. Thus, the Chandalas had done the following, which were some of the instructions that were given to them, as a form of punishment:
1. dispose the corpses of unclaimed dead people and dead animals,
2. execute criminals,
3. wear the clothes of dead and executed people,
4. eat from discarded dishes,
5. live outside the village, away from other Indians,
6. wear ornaments of iron (since they were those involved with paving the way for the iron aged human rights and since this path involves using the vices).
The people who were supposed to have been influenced by the vices, during the Golden Aged phase of the Mid-Confluence, were not really using the vices. However, they knew that they had a role to play for the development of human rights for the mortals of the second half cycle. What the Anaryans had done, had helped towards the development of better human rights for the mortals. Thus, present day people might view them as their heroes. However, during the Mid-Confluence, their behavior was considered as being bad because it was not as per the existing system of that time. So they were being punished. Many people had died during the Aryan-Anaryan war. So the Chandalas were being punished by being made to dispose the dead bodies, etc. At that time, the varna system was not a system that declared the status of the people. This was why even a Chandala could teach Shankaracharya the lesson that there was no difference between the Chandala and the Brahmin; and why Shankaracharya could form the view that God Shiva (or god Shanker) had taken the form of the Chandala to teach Shankaracharya the lesson.
It was Enki (the King of Lemuria) who had often been portrayed as god Shanker, in the myths. Enki was also helping the Anaryans even though he was mainly helping Enlil (the King of Bharath). This is also a reason why, in the myths, god Shanker has been associated to the Chandala.
Shankaracharya was also one of those who was being guided to bring about thedecline of Buddhism in India. He helped bring about a decline in Buddhismthrough introducing Hindu teachings that were similar to the Buddhist teachings. A Chandala was portrayed as teaching Shankara an important lesson about the religion which Shankara was preaching and the Chandala was associated to Shiva because the ancestors of the Chandala were the gods who had been created through the previous Confluence Age. Thus, even though the Chandalas had been left outside the civilized world, they had preferences for the revival of the Deity Religion in India (which was being done through Shankara and others).
The Varna system was meant to give people jobs in the civilized world. However, with time, the Varna system had transformed into the caste system when people became body-conscious and began to seek status for the self.
The criminals which the Chandalas were executing, during the Mid-Confluence, were the anaryans. These Anaryans were the people who were continuing what the Chandalas had started. So the Chandalas were being made to execute them. Marduk (the son of Enki) began to use the anaryans to take over world rule from the Enlilites. Thus, a fierce Aryan-Anaryan war began to take place during the end phase of the Mid-Confluence.
The souls, who were within the Mid-Confluence Aged Chandalas, have now become the XBKs or ex-BKs. One reason why these people are making defamatory statements about the Brahma Kumaris, in the internet, may be because they are influenced by memories of how they were treated badly by the Enlilites (during the Mid-Confluence). But these ex-BKs may not know that they are being influenced by these memories because memories, from past births, are not supposed to emerge. However, if very strong memories had been created in past lives, they can influence the soul (even though they do not emerge, so that the soul can know of what is influencing him).
The souls, who had supported Marduk during the Mid-Confluence, have formed their own Confluence Aged movement which I refer to as the PBK movement. From what the PBKs are saying and doing, it would seem like as if they are trying to topple over the administrators of the Brahma Kumaris so as to take over. It does not seem like as if the PBKs are properly evaluating their own words and actions. It seems like as if they are continuing the Aryan-Anaryan battle now. Everything is happening as per the World Drama. The World Drama is supposed to be entertaining and colourful. The Sanskrit word ‘Varna’ means colour. The Varna system (caste system) in ancient India was a reflection of the colourful World Drama.
Considering the fierce Aryan-Anaryan war that took place during the Mid-Confluence, one can wonder if the Mid-Confluence Aged Aryans could also be categorized as ‘Anaryans’. This may be why members of one Confluence Aged group, who had left the Brahma Kumaris and the PBK movement, say that since the Golden Aged world cannot be seen to exist, there must be something wrong with what the Brahma Kumaris are saying because the aim of the Brahma Kumaris is to establish Satyug on earth. They say that since they cannot see the Golden Aged world, the Brahma Kumaris has not achieved its aim. Frankly speaking, I am not sure as to how anyone is going to see the Golden Aged world, on earth, when the Aryan-Anaryan war is continuing to take place now. It has been prophesized that the Aryan-Anaryan battle will continue, at the end, before the two groups unite and the Golden Aged world gets created.
During the Mid-Confluence, the people who were behaving badly were either exterminated or they were turned into the out-castes. However, the Shakyas were not turned into out-castes; and they were also given a kingdom to rule. The fact that the Sakyas were being used for theplan of establishing Buddhism also suggests that the Sakyas were willing to flow along with the Anunnaki plan. In the Bhagavath Gita, Krishna says that the Aryans are those who carry out their duties in accordance to the Vedic instructions. It was the Anunnaki who had given the instructions that were accepted and used as the ‘Vedic instructions’. The Vedas were also written based on the instructions of the gods/sages (who were portrayed as the Anunnaki in the Sumerian myths). Since the Sakyas were flowing along with the Anunnaki plan, they must have been Aryans and not Anaryans. In the myths, the father of Gautama was portrayed as a virtuous man who did not want his son to become the Buddha because it was meant to portray that Gautama’s father was an Aryan (one who follows the Vedic instructions). He was not an anaryan. Buddhism was actually meant to confuse the anaryans.
The myths portray that Kaundinya began to play a prominent role because he had mastered the Vedas. So he was appointed as a royal court scholar of King Suddhodana (the Sakya King who was the father of Siddhartha Gautama). The fact that Kaundinya/Kondanna and other Brahmins were playing a significant role in the palace of the Sakya king suggests that the Sakyas were righteous rulers who were following the ways of Hindu Dharma.
Further, Kaundinya was also helping Gautama Buddha to establish his religion. Even Vasistha and other Brahmins were having a good relationship with Siddhartha Gautama. It was because everyone was flowing along with the Anunnaki plan that Gautama Buddha was referred to as the Sakyamuni.
The Sanskrit word ‘sakya’ means ‘capable or able’. It was used as the name of the Sakya clan because it was only the descendant of that clan which would be able to turn the Anunnaki plan into a success for the establishment of Buddhism. Shakyamuni means "sage of the Sakya clan". Gautama Buddha was referred to as the Sakyamuni because he was the descendant, in the Sakya clan, who was destined to play the role of Gautama Buddha. The Anunnaki knew that he would be playing this role and so they had paved the way for him so that he can begin his religion. As per the World Drama, Gautama Buddha became the founder of the Buddhist religion.
During the Mid-Confluence, the Anunnaki and others had gathered together so as to make decisions. The decision that was taken by them, collectively, was seen as having been taken by God because the Anunnaki were seen as the instruments of God. After the eight Anunnaki gods had died, the people continued to carry out the Anunnaki plan in a democratic manner. The people would gather together to make decisions, as was previously done by the Anunnaki. However, these decisions were seen as being taken in a democratic manner and the decisions were not seen as thedecisions of God. Though they were doing things in a democratic manner, there was still the Hindu Dharma custom that the Brahmins have a role to play with the kings. This custom had been created when the King of Lemuria and the King of Bharath began joint rule in India; with the King of Bharath playing the role of the king and the King of Lemuria playing the role of the sage. When the mortal civilizations were begun, the best Brahmins were used to play a role with the kings. They were playing a role with the kings like how Enlil (King of Bharath) and Enki (King of Lemuria) were playing a role together. However, after the Anunnaki had died, these Brahmins were playing a role with the kings in a democratic manner. They did not use a system where any Brahmin could just get involved in their democratic system. This was to make sure that only the Brahmins who were flowing along with the Anunnaki plan were used. The ‘so-called Brahmins’ who were not really ‘true’ Brahmins could be ignored. This custom was being used by the Sakyas since they were flowing along with the Anunnaki plan. Where the Sakyas were concerned, the democratic rule was only for what has to be done for the establishment of Buddhism. They need not be concerned about the removal of Buddhism in India, after that. Since the people were acting together, after the Anunnaki had died, it was as if the Sakya King was elected by democracy.
According to the Hindu Puranas, the Sakya king was one of the last descendants of the Ikshvaku Dynasty. He was portrayed in this way because he was one of the last to be used for the Anunnaki plan. After Siddhartha Gautama and Ashoka the Great played their role, for the establishment of Buddhism, the role of the Agnivanshi Ksyatriyas was supposed to begin.
Everything was happening as per the plan of the Anunnaki. However, the Anunnaki were not there to carry out the plan. Thus, a group of people were given the duties to carry out the plan in a democratic manner. After the plan was carried out, there was no more need to do anything in a democratic manner. So the Hindu Dharma way of ruling the kingdom began to be applied again, i.e. the king should only do everything after taking the advice of the Brahmins. This was to make sure that the actions taken by the king were as per the Hindu Dharma, the Law of Karma and the World Drama.
The solar Dynasty in India was more a spiritual warrior clan than an army which killed people. This was also a reason why one of the last solar descendants was destined to play a spiritual role as Gautama Buddha, so as to guide the anaryans onto the peaceful path. The members of the Solar clan are under a duty to make sure that the people behaved in a virtuous manner. The members of the Solar Dynasty are supposed to be obedient people who followed the Vedic instructions. Thus, the Sakyas had flowed along with the Anunnaki plan for paving the way for Gautama Buddha. Their Sakya descendant was also destined to begin the Buddhist religion which will have to be used by the anaryans. This was to confuse and weaken the anaryans. However, Gautama Buddha did notpreach his religion with the intention to confuse the anaryans. Gautama Buddha began preaching for the benefit of the people. He founded the Buddhist religion with pure intentions. Gautama Buddha was a true prophet. Thus, only he was seen as the founder of the Buddhist religion.
To have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at: Pari's List of articles. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding.
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1. Holographic Universe: An Introduction
2. Grow Rich while Walking into the Golden Aged World (with Meditation Commentaries).
Also See List of books written by Pari.
NB: All my articles are based on time moving in a cyclic manner, in the order as follows:
1. the divine world in the first half cycle: involving the Golden Age (Satyug) and then the Silver Age (Tetrayug).
2. the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages: where the world transforms back into the ordinary state (after a vice was entertained). For convenience, I refer to this Confluence as the Mid-Confluence.
3. the ordinary world of the second half cycle: involving the Copper Age (Dwapuryug) and then the Iron Age (Kaliyug).
4. the Confluence Age (at the end, now): through which the world is transformed back into the divine Golden Aged world.