Similarity between Hindu Flood Legend of Manu and the Biblical Account of Noah
Of course, we all know that there are many of these flood stories to source, but in relation to my last thread
(Bible Sourced from Hinduism),
I thought it would be good to show you the true reason
for the Flood Stories. You already know the story of Adam's fall into sin, but do you realize what the flood actually represents? Reference the link
to both the Hindu comparison and to the one I just linked above. Look at the 10 dimensions. Water above are the Gana of Sattva. Waters below are
the waters of Tamas, or Ignorance. Baptism is immersion into the waters of life (Samsara), for the express purpose of rising to new life. Let's
compare the Bible symbolism to the Hindu story.
1 Peter 3
19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits— 20 to those who were disobedient long ago when God waited
patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built. In it only a few people, eight in all, were saved through water, 21 and this water
symbolizes baptism that now saves you also—not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a clear conscience toward God.
Note that the risen Christ entered Hell, making proclamation in the underworld that souls would be liberated from below (Abyss) to above (LIFE). The
process, of course, is to be born again. We then find that baptism is symbolism for beasts in the water, being saved from hell. The ARC saves 8,
while God saves the beasts by scattering the seed around the Earth so to speak. In other words, this story is not about a boat and flood at all.
It's a narrative early man knew about their own immersion into the Buddha Body. As with all biblical stories, they have a token to learn about the
real world we occupy, not just the narrative of actual experience. While I do not dismiss the story, I know for sure the truth behind it in
HINDU MANU NARRATIVE
Satapatha Brahmana Manu Flood Narrative Complete
"In 1872, the amateur Assyriologist, George Smith, made a discovery that would shock the world. Whilst studying a particular tablet from the
ancient Mesopotamian city of Nineveh, he comes across a story that many would have been familiar with. When Smith succeeded in deciphering the text,
he realized that the tablet contained an ancient Mesopotamian myth that paralleled the story of Noah’s Ark from the Book of Genesis in the Old
The narrative is an amazing riddle, that I will show you. It's symbolic of the same 1 Peter revelation.
1. In the morning they brought to Manu 1 water for washing, just as now also they (are wont to) bring (water) for washing the hands. When he was
washing himself, a fish came into his hands.
1:8:1:22. It spake to him the word, 'Rear me, I will save thee!' 'Where from wilt thou save me?' 'A flood will carry away all these creatures 2: from
that I will save thee!' 'How am I to rear thee?'
1:8:1:33. It said, 'As long as we are small, there is great destruction for us: fish devours fish. Thou wilt first keep me in a jar. When I outgrow
that, thou wilt dig a pit and keep me in it. When I outgrow that, thou wilt take me down to the sea, for then I shall be beyond destruction.'
---I will simply help you along here. Jesus made his followers fishers of men. The fish in question is the one he raises from the dead back to live
above. Immersion into the waters of life is baptism for Manu as the fish himself, or Egoic mind of amnesia in the lower six dimensions of time and
4. It soon became a ghasha (a large fish); for that grows largest (of all fish) 3. Thereupon it said, 'In such and such a year that flood will
---Gospel of Thomas
8. And he said, "The person is like a wise fisherman who cast his net into the sea and drew it up from the sea full of little fish. Among them the
wise fisherman discovered a fine large fish. He threw all the little fish back into the sea, and easily chose the large fish. Anyone here with two
good ears had better listen!"
Thou shalt then attend to me (i.e. to my advice) by preparing a ship 1; and when the flood has risen thou shalt enter into the ship, and I will
save thee from it.'
1:8:1:55. After he had reared it in this way, he took it down to the sea. And in the same year which the fish had indicated to him, he attended to
(the advice of the fish) by preparing a ship; and when the flood had risen, he entered into the ship. The fish then swam up to him, and to its horn he
tied the rope of the ship, and by that means he 2 passed swiftly up to yonder northern mountain.
1:8:1:66. It then said, 'I have saved thee. Fasten the ship to a tree; but let not the water cut thee off 3, whilst thou art on the mountain. As the
water subsides, thou mayest gradually descend!' Accordingly he gradually descended, and hence that (slope) of the northern mountain is called 'Alarm's
descent 1.' The flood then swept away all these creatures, and Manu alone remained here.
---Manu finds a high place of safety as the rest of humanity sinks into the sea. I leave it to you to see into this.
7. Being desirous of offspring, he engaged in worshipping and austerities. During this time he also performed a pâka-sacrifice: he offered up in
the waters clarified butter, sour milk, whey, and curds. Thence a woman was produced in a year: becoming quite solid 2 she rose; clarified butter
gathered in her footprint. Mitra and Varuna met her.
Tell me what you see in this picture related to the Roman
Catholic Chruch and Mithra?
Varuna (/ˈvɜːrʊnə, ˈvɑːrə-/; Sanskrit: Varuṇa वरुण, Malay: Baruna) is the Hindu god of water and the celestial ocean, as well as
a god of law of the underwater world. A Makara is his mount. His consort is the Hindu goddess Varuni.
Now that I get you started, find a verse from the Flood Narrative of Manu and continue to find artifacts connecting this to the World Religion we are
studying. Know this: We are in the waters of baptism now! What does this mean?
AMN in Hebrew means Amen, TRUE (East).
AMN in Greek means Lamb (West).
Latin and Greek
Amn - Lamb
Amni - River of Life
Amnio - Bowl catching the sacrifice of a Lamb in ancient Rome
Amnion - Sac covering the baby in the womb
Amniotic - Fluid of the womb. Also mixed with the blood of the amnio in ritual sacrifice
Amnesia - Condition of the Lamb at birth
Anamnesis - Rediscovery of forgotten knowledge or talents as residual images left behind by past lives (you must be born again)
Amnesty - When God forgets
dAMNation - When God remembers sin
TRUE LAMB is the AMEN.
Where are we in these waters of life? We are swimming in an ocean of light. One simple root in Hebrew (East) simply needs a key from the West. Make
two into one.
Look at the next post for a rather amazing conclusion.
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