Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Indonesia and Its Atlantis Connection

Theosophy states that we have seven root races. We now exist in the Aryan, fifth root race. The first four were the Polarians who were primarily spiritual (Astral/Etheric) and did not leave physical remains. The second (tee Hyperborean) were also non-physical (etheric). The Lemurians, the third root race were the first with physical bodies although they did not resemble a body as we know of it today. The Lemurians and the fourth root race, the Atlanteans bodies and minds developed over at least a million year period. I will into that aspect of the soul/physical evolution in another article. The Atlanteans are generally considered to have had great occult and/or technological powers and inhabited the first Atlantis near Indonesia until the Great Deluge and the survivors fled and established the second Atlantis near India. The Atlanteans are judged as the ones who destroyed the continent due to their abuse of psychic power. Each root race consists of seven sub races. It was from the fifth sub-race of Atlanteans, known today as the Semites, that the first Aryans emerged, migrating to India and producing what was known in those distant times as the Rama Empire. According to one interpretation they were rivals to the Atlanteans in the leadership of the ante-dilluvian World and it led to a war between the two empires, including ancient nuclear warfare.

Tomorrow's blog will go back further in time but today I do want to mention the ancient fish caught in Indonesia, four feet, 110 pounds that were believed to be extinct for 65 million years. Several other live specimens have been discovered. I always find it interesting how the past catches up with us. There is a park in that area called Leang-leang Prehistoric Park. Archaeologists have found rock paintings on cave walls. Scattered ancient animals bones and stones are found throughout the area. Scientists are preparing to piece together a rare complete skeleton of a prehistoric elephant found in the tropics of Indonesia. It is rare that a fossil of an animal is ever found in such a hot, humid climate but believe he was submerged in quicksand in Java some 200,000 years ago. It was apparently covered by volcanic sediment that protected it from high temperatures, erosion and decay.

It is believed that Indonesia must have existed during the Pleistocene period (4 million years BC) when it was linked with the present Asian mainland. It was during this period that the Homonids made their first appearance and Java Man inhabited the part of the world now called Indonesia. When the sea level rose as the result of melting ice north of Europe and the American continent, many islands emerged, including the Indonesian archipelago. There is a definite connection between Lemuria, Atlantis, Indonesia and South India. More to come...

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