Now, if the nature of Good and Evil is shown on Earth, then I have no doubt this same nature permeates throughout the whole Universe..... This question is something that I would contemplate often when learning about UFOs (or UAP as "Unidentified Ariel Phenomenon"), beings called "Aliens", and the mystery of other hidden worlds. However, it seems that just by understanding the "reality" of these religions and the stories of the Gods, (and where they came from) is definitely not what people think (nor want to believe).
Now, since finding Michael the Archangel to being the Angel called "Azazil" or Iblis from Islamic sources, it's shown that History is not telling the truth on who this Angel is. The God of fire is shown to be the same Angel who is called Michael and is why Blavatsky states him to be called Iblis of the Jinn.
Here is an excerpt from Madame Blavatsky's "Secret Doctrine": Origin of the Satanic Myth: "[[Vol. 2, Page]] 394 THE SECRET DOCTRINE. Before the creation of Adam, two races lived and succeeded each other on Earth; the Devs who reigned 7,000 years, and the Peris (the Izeds) who reigned but 2,000, during the existence of the former. The Devs were giants, strong and wicked; the Peris were smaller in stature, but wiser and kinder."
"Here we recognize the Atlantean giants and the Aryans, or the Rakshasas of the Ramayana and the children of Bharata Varsha, or India; the ante- and the post-diluvians of the Bible. Gyan (or rather Gnan, true or occult Wisdom and knowledge), also called Gian-ben-Gian (or Wisdom, son of Wisdom), was the king of the Peris.*"
"He had a shield as famous as that of Achilles, only instead of serving against an enemy in war, it served as a protection against black magic, the sorcery of the Devs. Gian-ben-Gian had reigned 2,000 years when Iblis, the devil, was permitted by God to defeat the Devs and scatter them to the other end of the world. Even the magic shield, which, produced on the principles of astrology, destroyed charms, enchantments, and bad spells, could not prevail against Iblis, who was an agent of Fate (or Karma).*
Iblis is described as having a "shield" to battle against the beings called "Devs". Then here is Michael the Archangel carrying the "shield" that is used to battle against the different entities.
Then you can connect this story to the legend of "Red Horn", who is shown to have red hair and bird like. Based from the "Ho-Chunk mythology" states this excerpt in the Wiki: RedHorn: "Red Horn (also known as 'He Who Wears (Human) Faces on His Ears') is found in the oral traditions of the Ioway, and Hocągara (Winnebago) (whose ethnology was recorded by anthropologist Paul Radin, 1908–1912). The Red Horn Cycle depicts his adventures with Turtle, the thunderbird Storms-as-He-Walks (Mą’e-manįga) and others who contest a race of giants, the Wąge-rucge or "Man-Eaters", who have been killing human beings whom Red Horn has pledged to help. Red Horn eventually took a red haired giant woman as a wife. Archaeologists have speculated that Red Horn is a mythic figure in Mississippian art, represented on a number of Southeastern Ceremonial Complex (SECC) artifacts. Hall has shown that the mythic cycle of Red Horn and his sons has some interesting analogies with the Hero Twins mythic cycle of Mesoamerica."
Based from the website "symbols.com" details this on Red Horn: "The Red Horn symbol featured strongly in the Mississippian culture. The Mound Builders believed that Red Horn was one of the five sons of Earthmaker whom the Creator formed with his own hands and sent to earth to rescue mankind."
"Red Horn was a great hero and led war parties against the enemies of the people and supernatural monsters and demons from the Underworld including the Great Serpent and the Horned Panther. Red Horn legends of the Ho-Chunk and Winnebago tribes include adventures with Turtle and the thunderbird and battles against a race of giants."
"The above picture shows a Red Horn Symbol, a great hero in Mississippian mythology and known as “He Who Wears human heads as earrings” to the Sioux. His name is interesting as the Mississippians cut off the heads of their enemies as a trophy of their success. The severed head proves his prowess as a great warrior. The Warrior Symbol depicts a man carrying a head. This action was part of the culture of the Mississippians and the severed heads of enemies were displayed on 40 foot wooden pools during their Chunkey games."
Again, the Angel that led the war parties which is based on the legions of Angels to fight against the monsters Giants and other entities. Then they described "Red Horn" as having "faces for ears", thus revealing that this is Michael the Archangel that fought against the monsters and Giants.
There are many stories of these giants based from the claims of some American Indian tribes, to stories from the "Book of Enoch". But before we dive into this subject, we have to know and understand who the sage "Kashyapa" is, and how he is called "the progenitor" of the Earth.
Now, here in the Wiki states this: "Kashyapa (IAST: Kaśyapa) is a revered Vedic sage of Hinduism. He is one of the Saptarishis, the seven ancient sages of the Rigveda, as well as numerous other Sanskrit texts and Indian mythologies. He is the most ancient Rishi listed in the colophon verse in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad.....Kaśyapa, alternatively kacchapa, means "turtle" in Sanskrit. According to Michael Witzel, it is related to Avestan kasiiapa, Sogdian kyšph, New Persian kašaf, kaš(a)p which mean "tortoise", after which Kashaf Rūd or a river in Turkmenistan and Khorasan is named. Other relations include to Tokarian B kaccāp ("brainpan"), Polish kacap ("brainpan", "hardliner"), Tokarian A kāccap ("turtle", "tortoise"). Frits Staal agrees that Kaśyapa means tortoise but believes that it is a non-Indo-European word." He would be one of the Rishis that was saved with King Manu, to be on the boat being led by Vishnu's avatar Matsya (Fish Form, as Dagon). "Kashyapa is mentioned in numerous Hindu texts such as the Puranas and the Hindu Epics. These stories are widely inconsistent, and many are considered allegorical. For example, in the Ramayana, he is married to the eight daughters of Daksha, while in the Mahabharata and Vishnu Purana he is described as married to thirteen daughters. Some of the names of the thirteen daughters Kashyapa married in the Hindu text Vishnu Purana are different than the list found in Mahabharata. Some texts describe him as son of Marichi and a descendant of the solar dynasty, others as a descendant of Uttamapada who married Daksha's daughters, and yet others relate Kashyapa as a descendant of Hiranya Kashyapa. These texts may correspond to different characters, all named Kashyapa."
(Daksha is the god that had his head cut off by one of Shiva's demons called "Bhairava", and then replaced with the head of a goat. He had indirectly got his daughter killed, because she was with Shiva with whom he had disapproved)
The Puranas and the Epics of Indian tradition mention Kashyapa and his genealogy numerous times. These are inconsistent, with allegorical stories exalting him as the father of all gods, men, demons and empirical universe, in some conflated as the Kurma avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu. In the Vishnu Purana, Kashyapa marries thirteen daughters of Daksha: Aditi, Diti, Kadru, Danu, Arishta, Surasa, Surabhi, Vinata, Tamra, Krodhavasha, Ira, Vishva and Muni. Kashyapa, in the Vishnu Purana and Vayu Purana, is attributed to be the father of the Devas, Asuras, Yakshas, Dravidas and all living creatures with various daughters of Daksha."
"He married Aditi, with whom he fathered Surya or alternatively Agni, the Adityas, and in two inconsistent versions Vamana, an avatar of Vishnu, is the child of Aditi and Kashyapa. In these fables, Kashyapa is the brother-in-law of Dharma and Adharma, both of whom are also described as married to other daughters of Daksha."
"After the famous Samudra Manthan (the churning of the ocean), when the devas and asuras churned the ocean and got the amrit pan (nectar/pot of immortality), Lord Vishnu’s Mohini Avatar took the pot and made the devas drink the nectar, leaving the asuras empty. Feeling the circumstances to be unfair, Diti, the mother of asuras, asked her husband Sage Kashyapa to bestow her with great sons that will ruin the devas. Sage Kashyapa, as a righteous husband agreed to this and gave Diti two sons, Hiranyaksha and Hiranyakashipu. Both sons were mighty and defeated the devas. Hiranyaksha was however killed by Varaha Avatar of Lord Vishnu, because he trapped Bhūmi Devi (Goddess Earth) in the cosmic ocean."
"Hiranyakashipu took over the world and stopped the worship of gods, and established himself as a god. He was killed by Narsimha Avatar of Lord Vishnu, when he tried to kill his own son, Prahlad, when he found that Prahlad became a devotee of Lord Vishnu. Diti was more furious, but she could not wish to harm Lord Vishnu as he is a member of the Tridev and planned to kill Indra, the king of devas. She went to Sage Kashyapa again and demanded a son that would kill Indra (since he was the one who requested the Tridev to help). Sage Kashyapa impregnated her with a son that would kill Indra, but also told that it is only possible if she does ritualistic ceremonies to Lord Vishnu everyday. Diti did that and she did the rituals everyday."
"One day, she became tired and fell asleep after the ritual, forgetting to wash her feet before sleeping. This made her womb vulnerable, and Indra took a tiny form and entered her womb, and using his weapons he cut the foetus into 49 pieces. These 49 pieces were later known as the Maruts. Due to the rituals she performed, the evil thought of killing Indra went away and she did rituals daily."
From his wife Aditi: "Aditi (Sanskrit: अदिति = "limitless" or "boundless”) is a Vedic goddess in Hinduism, the personification of the infinite. She is the goddess of the earth, sky, unconsciousness, the past, the future and fertility. She is the mother of the celestial deities the Adityas, and is referred to as the mother of many gods. As celestial mother of every existing form and being, the synthesis of all things, she is associated with space (akasa) and with mystic speech (Vāc). She may be seen as a feminized form of Brahma and associated with the primal substance (mulaprakriti) in Vedanta.....Aditi is a daughter of Daksha and Panchajani. The Puranas, such as the Shiva Purana and the Bhagavata Purana, suggest that Daksha married all of his daughters off to different people, including Aditi and 12 others to Kashyapa rishi. When Kashyapa was living with Aditi and Diti in his ashrama, he was really pleased with Aditi’s services and told her to ask for a boon. Aditi prayed for one ideal son. Accordingly, Indra was born. Aditi. Later, Aditi gave birth to others, namely Varuna, Parjanya, Mitra, Amsa, Pusan, Dhatri, Tvastra, Aryaman, Surya, and Bhaga."
(The 12 gods are the 12 tribes in this perspective)
From Diti: "In Hinduism, Diti (Sanskrit: दिति) is the Mother of Demons and supporter of Demonic attributes. She is mother of both the Marutas and the Asuras (Daityas) with the sage Kashyapa. She is said to have wanted to have a son who would be more powerful than Indra. She is said to have killed her previous children because they tried to murder her. Diti used black magic to keep herself pregnant for one year."
"Indra used a thunderbolt to splinter the fetus into many pieces, from which originated the Marutas. Diti is one among a group of sixty daughters of Dakṣa and Panchajani. Her sisters included Aditi and Satī, among many more. She is one of the thirteen wives of the sage Kashyapa. Her two most famous sons were Hiraṇyakaśipu and Hiraṇyākṣa, who were the gatekeepers of Lord Vishnu at Vaikunta & who are said to have failed to keep their dharma and were slain by Vishnu in subsequent rebirths until they went back as the gatekeepers Jaya and Vijaya. Diti also had a daughter named Holikā. She is usually depicted as being cruel to both her husband Kashyapa and her sister Aditi. She is obsessed with trying to bring the Asuras into power. She is a bitter enemy of Aditi's sons, the gods, and she was instrumental in gaining control and autonomy over them."
From Kadru: "In Hindu scriptures, Kadru (Kadrū) is usually regarded as the daughter of Daksha. Kashyapa married Kadru and twelve of Daksha's other daughters. Kashyapa was the son of Marichi, who was the manasputra or mind-born (spiritual) son of Brahma. Kadru was the mother of a thousand nāgas."
From Vinata: "According to Hindu legends, Vinata is the mother of birds. She is one of the thirteen daughters of Prajapati Daksha. Married to Kashyapa along with her 12 sisters. She bore him two sons, named Aruṇá, and Garuda (Suparna)." From Surasa: "In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Surasa is one of the 12 daughters of Daksha, who are married to the sage Kashyapa. She became the mother of the nagas (a class of serpents), while her co-wife and sister Kadru gave birth to uragas, another class of snakes. Vasuki, Takshaka, Airavata and other sons of Surasa are described to live in Bhogavati."
Below is the battle between Hanuman the monkey god and Surasa who is said to be the mother of serpents. Here Surasa is depicted as a black woman whereas other paintings show her to be in monstrous form.
From Surabha: "Kamadhenu, also known as Surabhi (सुरभि, Surabhī), is a divine bovine-goddess described in Hinduism as Gou Mata, the mother of all cows."
From Krodhavasa: "In Valmiki Ramayana, Krodhavasa is the wife of Kashyapa. She was the daughter of Daksha. She gave birth to demons who were also known as Krodhavasas. As she was very short tempered, the children born to her were ferocious animals, birds and fishes, all monsters species with sharp-teeth."
From Ira: "Ira is a male and female given name. In Sanskrit, Ira (इरा ih-RAH) is the name of the goddess Saraswati (Goddess of wisdom and knowledge), short for Iravati. Ira (इरा) is the daughter of Daksha who was married to the sage Kashyap. In Russia and Finland, Ira is a female given name, a version of the name of the Greek goddess Hera, Ήρα, queen of the gods and wife of Zeus."
From Muni: "Muni is the wife of Kashyapa, one of the 62 daughters of Daksha and his wife Panchajani (daughter of Virani.) The Bhagavata Purana states that the Apsaras were born from Kashyap and Muni."
And from Danu: "Danu, a Hindu primordial goddess, is mentioned in the Rigveda, mother of the Danavas. The word Danu described the primeval waters which this deity perhaps embodied. In the Rigveda (I.32.9), she is identified as the mother of Vritra, the demonic serpent slain by Indra. In later Hinduism, she becomes the daughter of the god Daksha and his spouse Panchajani, and the consort of the sage Kashyapa."
At this point, the Danavas are the Asuras due the mother being one and the same. Interesting enough, the Celtic Lore also details the Goddess Danu, and how she is connected to either the "Danube river", and the probable theories connecting to the "Tuathedanaan".
Now, based from Genesis Chapter 3:15 states: "And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel."
Below would show Krishna stepping on the serpent kaliya, however based from the said changes reveals that it's based on the Garuda battling the Naga, to where we have Michael as Agni defeating the dragon god.
This is where the battle between the Devas and the Asuras takes place, as they are called the "Gods and Titans", "Aesirs and Jotunns", "Angels and Jinn" (Demons) to Devas (Suras) and Danavas (Asuras) in Hinduism. Now, when I would look up shows like "Shiva Purana" and "Vishnu Purana", they tend to show the Devas to be under their God Vishnu, and the Asuras under their God Shiva. And at times the Asuras are shown with having horns, dresses that look like the American Indian attire, and the Danava Vritra is shown as having "Red Hair".
It's interesting as the story of Samudra manthan states this: "Indra, the King of Svarga, while riding on the elephant Airavata, came across Sage Durvasa who offered him a special garland given to him by a nymph. Indra accepted the gift and placed it on the trunk of the elephant as a test to prove that he was not an egoistic deva. The flowers on it had a scent that attracted some bees. Annoyed by the bees Airavata threw the garland on the ground. This enraged the sage as the garland was a dwelling of Sri (fortune) and was to be treated as a prasada or religious offering. Durvasa cursed Indra and all devas to be bereft of all strength, energy, and fortune. In battles following the incident, the Devas were defeated and the Asuras, led by Bali, gained control over the universe. The Devas sought Lord Vishnu's help, who advised them to treat the Asuras in a diplomatic manner. The Devas formed an alliance with the Asuras to jointly churn the ocean for the nectar of immortality and to share it among themselves. However, Vishnu told the Devas that he would arrange for them alone to obtain the nectar."
"Finally, Dhanvantari, the heavenly physician, emerged with a pot containing the amṛta, the heavenly nectar of immortality. Fierce fighting ensued between the Devas and the Asuras for it. To protect it from the Asuras, Garuda took the pot and flew away from the battlefield. The Devas appealed to Vishnu, who took the form of Mohini and, as a beautiful and enchanting damsel, distracted the Asuras; then, she took the amṛta and distributed it among the Devas, who drank it. An Asura named Svarbhanu disguised himself as a deva and drank some nectar. Due to their luminous nature, the Sun god Surya and the moon god Chandra noticed this disguise. They informed Mohini who before the nectar could pass the Asura's throat, cut off his head with her discus, the Sudarshana Chakra. From that day, his head was called Rahu and his body Ketu, which both later became planets. The story ends with the rejuvenated Devas defeating the Asuras and that's why the eclipse mode of the moon means Rahu swallows moon as his revenge. Although, rahu only has a head and no body. So the god moon chandra comes out from the throat of rahu and we see the moon again in sky."
Now, here is where it gets interesting as we will detail a race called "Rakshasa", in which are deemed "Man-eaters". Here the Wiki states this:
"Rakshasa (Sanskrit: राक्षस, rākṣasa) is a supernatural being in Hindu mythology. As this mythology influenced other religions, the rakshasa was later incorporated into Buddhism. Rakshasas are also called "man-eaters" (nri-chakshas, kravyads). A female rakshasa is known as a rakshasi. A female rakshasi in human form is a rakshesha. The terms asura and rakshasa are sometimes used interchangeably."
"Rakshasas were believed to have been created from the breath of Brahma when he was asleep at the end of the Satya Yuga. As soon as they were created, they were so filled with bloodlust that they started eating Brahma himself. Brahma shouted "Rakshama!" (Sanskrit for "Protect me!") and Vishnu came to his aid, banishing to Earth all Rakshasas (named after Brahma's cry for help). Their literary origins can be traced to Vedic sources through Hymn 87 of the tenth mandala of the Rigveda. They are classified amongst the Yatudhanas, mythological beings that consume raw flesh. Rakshasas were most often depicted as shape-shifting, fierce-looking and enormous creatures, with two fangs protruding from the top of the mouth and having sharp, claw-like fingernails. They are shown as being mean, growling like beasts, and as insatiable man-eaters that could smell the scent of human flesh. Some of the more ferocious ones were shown with flaming red eyes and hair, drinking blood with their palms or from a human skull (similar to representations of vampires in later Western mythology). Generally they could fly, vanish, and had Maya (magical powers of illusion), which enabled them to change size at will and assume the form of any creature. The female equivalent of rakshasa is rakshasi."
"In the world of the Ramayana and Mahabharata, Rakshasas were a populous race. There were both good and evil rakshasas, and as warriors they fought alongside the armies of both good and evil. They were powerful warriors, expert magicians and illusionists. As shape-changers, they could assume different physical forms. As illusionists, they were capable of creating appearances which were real to those who believed in them or who failed to dispel them. Some of the rakshasas were said to be man-eaters, and made their gleeful appearance when the slaughter on a battlefield was at its worst. Occasionally they served as rank-and-file soldiers in the service of one or another warlord. Aside from its treatment of unnamed rank-and-file Rakshasas, the epics tell the stories of certain members of the "race" who rose to prominence, some of them as heroes, most of them as villains."
Now here is where it gets interesting, as the legend of the Ramayana, it states that Ravana's kingdom was located in Sri Lanka. So, when he kidnapped Sita (Ram's wife) he takes her upon his vimana, which are considered "flying ships". Vimanas are supposed to be flying ships or floating ships: They fly through the air mimicking the Extraterrestrial ships described be the ancients. The battles in the air is what all the myths indicate as the battle of the Devas against the Asuras. You can also look up the location from where Ram and his army was supposed to have built a bridge, (as the story stated) from mainland India to Sri Lanka.
This will connect to the God of fire fighting against the Giants that was eating mankind in the story of RedHorn: "Red Horn was one of the five sons of Earthmaker, whom the Creator fashioned with his own hands and sent to earth to rescue humanity. During his sojourn on earth, he contested both giants and water spirits, and led war parties against the bad spirits who plagued humanity. As Wears Faces on His Ears, he is also said to be a star, although its identity is a subject of controversy. Under the names "One Horn" (Hejąkiga) and "Without Horns" (Herok'aga), he and his sons are chiefs over the small hunting spirits known as the herok'a and the "little children spirits". Red Horn, as chief of the herok'a, has a spiritual and sometimes corporeal identity with the arrow."
"According to legend, Red Horn is one of the five great soteriological spirits fashioned by the Creator's own hands, sent to earth to make the world safe for the least endowed of Earthmaker's creation, the "two-legged walkers". The first spirit to be sent down to earth to help humanity was Trickster (Wakdjąkaga), whose foolishness made it necessary to recall him. Earthmaker next sent down Bladder (Wadexuga), whose arrogance led to the loss of all but one of his 20 brothers, so he too was recalled. Then Earthmaker made Turtle (Kecągega) and charged him to teach the humans how to live, but Turtle brought them war, and was in his turn recalled. The fifth and last of these heroes dispatched by Earthmaker was Hare (Wacdjįgega), who conquered all the bad spirits who had preyed on humanity."
"By accident, however, he introduced death, but made up for it by creating the Medicine Lodge, by whose discipline members could achieve immortality. Earthmaker made Hare in charge of this earth, and to each of the other three spirits he gave an otherworldly paradise to govern. The penultimate savior figure in this series was Redhorn. He had quite nearly succeeded, but was killed in a wrestling match with the enemies of the human race. Although later revived, he too was recalled, although the reasons for his failure are obscure."
"The adventures of Red Horn are set out in a set of stories known as the "Red Horn Cycle". The Red Horn Cycle depicts his adventures with Turtle, the thunderbird Storms-as-He-Walks (Mą'e-manįga) and others who contest a race of giants, the Wąge-rucge or "Man-Eaters", who have been killing human beings whom Red Horn has pledged to help. In the episode associated with this name, Red Horn turns himself into an arrow to win a race. After winning the race Red Horn creates heads on his earlobes and makes his hair into a long red braid called a he, "horn", in Hocąk. Thus he becomes known as "Red-horn" (he-šucka) and as "He who Wears (Human) Faces on His Ears" (įco-horúšika). In one episode an orphan girl who always wears a white beaverskin wrap is pressured by her grandmother to court Red Horn. Despite the girl's adamant refusal, the grandmother insists. She eventually relents and goes off to find Red Horn, who is surrounded by other girls. She teases him, and unexpectedly, he smiles at her. The other girls were jealous, they push and shove her and tell her "You don't know anything."
"Red Horn and his friends prepare to go on the warpath and are camped just outside the village. During this time the women bring the warriors moccasins and the she brings a pair to Red Horn, who accepts them. When the warriors return from battle, they play a prank and have the sentries proclaim that Red Horn and one of his friends are dead. The grandmother begins to cut the hair of the orphan girl, as if she were already Red Horn's wife. When he comes into view and it is apparent that he is not dead, the grandmother laments "I have wrecked my granddaughter's hair." The victors dance for four days, and many of the young men approach Red Horn to recommend their sisters to him. He takes no interest, and asks instead, "Where does the girl in the white beaverskin wrap live?" At night Red Horn shows up at the girl's lodge and lies down next to her. Her grandmother throws a blanket over them and they are married. In another episode, with their lives staked on the outcome, the giants challenge Red Horn and his friends to play kisik (lacrosse)."
"The best giant player was a woman with long red hair just like Red Horn's. The little heads on Red Horn's ears caused her to laugh so much that it interfered with her game and the giants lost, but Red Horn married the girl with the red hair. The giants lost all the other contests as well. Then they challenged Red Horn and his friends to a wrestling match in which they threw all but Red Horn's friend Turtle. Since Red Horn and his fellow spirits lost two out of the three matches, they were all slain."
(This details the battles of the God of fire against the Red Haired giants as one of the groups that was causing havoc upon mankind)
Then the story of Viracocha states this: "Viracocha is the great creator deity in the pre-Inca and Inca mythology in the Andes region of South America. Full name and some spelling alternatives are Wiracocha, Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqutra, and Con-Tici (also spelled Kon-Tiki, the source of the name of Thor Heyerdahl's raft)."
"Viracocha was one of the most important deities in the Inca pantheon and seen as the creator of all things, or the substance from which all things are created, and intimately associated with the sea. Viracocha created the universe, sun, moon, and stars, time (by commanding the sun to move over the sky) and civilization itself. Viracocha was worshipped as god of the sun and of storms. He was represented as wearing the sun for a crown, with thunderbolts in his hands, and tears descending from his eyes as rain. In accord with the Inca cosmogony, Viracocha may be assimilated to Saturn, the "old god", the maker of time or "deus faber" (god maker), corresponding to the visible planet with the longest revolution around the sun."
"According to a myth recorded by Juan de Betanzos, Viracocha rose from Lake Titicaca (or sometimes the cave of Paqariq Tampu) during the time of darkness to bring forth light. He made the sun, moon, and the stars. He made mankind by breathing into stones, but his first creation were brainless giants that displeased him. So he destroyed it with a flood and made a new, better one from smaller stones."
(Again, this details the "larger stones" as they are the Giants being destroyed so that the smaller ones can be created)
Then in the Rig Vedas HYMN LXXXVII. Agni. states this: "1. I BALM with oil the mighty Rakṣas-slayer; to the most famous Friend I come for shelter Enkindled, sharpened by our rites, may Agni protect us in the day and night from evil. 2 O Jātavedas with the teeth of iron, enkindled with thy flame attack the demons. Seize with thy longue the foolish gods' adorers: rend, put within thy mouth the raw-flesh caters. 3 Apply thy teeth, the upper and the lower, thou who hast both, enkindled and destroying. Roam also in the air, O King, around us, and with thy jaws assail the wicked spirits. 4 Bending thy shafts through sacrifices, Agni, whetting their points with song as if with whetstones, Pierce to the heart therewith the Yātudhānas, and break their arms uplifed to attack thee. 5 Pierce through the Yātudhāna's skin, O Agni; let the destroying dart with fire consume him. Rend his joints, Jātavedas, let the cater of flesh, flesh-seeking, track his mangled body." "6 Where now thou seest Agni Jātavedas, one of these demons standing still or roaming, Or flying on those paths in air's midregion, sharpen the shaft and as an archer pierce him. 7 Tear from the evil spirit, Jātavedas, what he hath seized and with his spears hath captured. Blazing before him strike him down, O Agni; let spotted carrion-eating kites devour him."
"8 Here tell this forth, O Agni: whosoever is, he himself, or acteth as, a demon, Him grasp, O thou Most Youthful, with thy fuel. to the Mati-seer's eye give him as booty. 9 With keen glance guard the sacrifice, O Agni: thou Sage, conduct it onward to the Vasus. Let not the fiends, O Man-beholder, harm thee burning against the Rākṣasas to slay them. 10 Look on the fiend mid men, as Man-beholder: rend thou his three extremities in pieces. Demolish with thy flame his ribs, O Agni, the Yātudhāna's root destroy thou triply. 11 Thrice, Agni, let thy noose surround the demon who with his falsehood injures Holy Order. Loud roaring with thy flame, O Jātavedas, crush him and cast him down before the singer. 12 Lead thou the worshipper that eye, O Agni, wherewith thou lookest on the hoof-armed demon. With light celestial in Atharvan's manner burn up the foot who ruins truth with falsehood."
"13 Agni, what curse the pair this day have uttered, what heated word the worshippers have spoken, Each arrowy taunt sped from the angry spirit,—pierce to the heart therewith the Yātudhānas. 14 With fervent heat exterminate the demons; destroy the fiends with burning flame, O Agni. Destroy with fire the foolish gods' adorers; blaze and destrepy the insatiable monsters. 15 May Gods destroy this day the evil-doer may each hot curse of his return and blast him. Let arrows pierce the liar in his vitals, and Visva's net enclose the Yātudhāna. 16 The fiend who smears himself with flesh of cattle, with flesh of horses and of human bodies, Who steals the milch-cow's milk away, O Agni,—tear off the heads of such with fiery fury. 17 The cow gives milk each year, O Man-regarder: let not the Yātudhāna ever taste it. If one would glut him with the biesting, Agni, pierce with thy flame his vitals as he meets thee."
"18 Let the fiends drink the poison of the cattle; may Aditi cast off the evildoers. May the God Savitar give them up to ruin, and be their share of plants and herbs denied them. 19 Agni, from days of old thou slayest demons: never shall Rākṣasas in fight o’ercome thee. Burn up the foolish ones, the flesh-devourers: let none of them escape thine heavenly arrow. 20 Guard us, O Agni, from above and under, protect us fl-om behind us and before us; And may thy flames, most fierce and never wasting, glowing with fervent heat, consume the sinner. 21 From rear, from front, from under, from above us, O King, protect us as a Sage with wisdom. Guard to old age thy friend, O Friend, Eternal: O Agni, as Immortal, guard us mortals."
"22 We set thee round us as a fort, victorious Agni, thee a Sage, Of hero lineage, day by day, destroyer of our treacherous foes. 23 Burn with thy poison turned against the treacherous brood of Rākṣasas, O Agni, with thy sharpened glow, with lances armed with points of flame. 24 Burn thou the paired Kimīdins, brun, Agni, the Yātudhāna pairs. I sharpen thee, Infallible, with hymns. O Sage, be vigilant. 25 Shoot forth, O Agni, with thy flame demolish them on every side. Break thou the Yātudhāna's strength, the vigour of the Rākṣasa."
Then from there we can connect this to the Bible, as the God of fire is described as a "Consuming fire" who goes to fight against the Giants in the land. This is literally the same story as the Rig Vedas states from above.
Deuteronomy Chapter 9: "1Hear, O Israel: Thou art to pass over Jordan this day, to go in to possess nations greater and mightier than thyself, cities great and fenced up to heaven, 2A people great and tall, the children of the Anakims, whom thou knowest, and of whom thou hast heard say, Who can stand before the children of Anak! 3Understand therefore this day, that the LORD thy God is he which goeth over before thee; as a consuming fire he shall destroy them, and he shall bring them down before thy face: so shalt thou drive them out, and destroy them quickly, as the LORD hath said unto thee."
"4Speak not thou in thine heart, after that the LORD thy God hath cast them out from before thee, saying, For my righteousness the LORD hath brought me in to possess this land: but for the wickedness of these nations the LORD doth drive them out from before thee. 5Not for thy righteousness, or for the uprightness of thine heart, dost thou go to possess their land: but for the wickedness of these nations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee, and that he may perform the word which the LORD sware unto thy fathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob."
(Then there are verses in the Bible detailing the presence of Giants in the lands)
Genesis 6:4 "There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown."
Numbers 13:33 "And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight."
Deuteronomy 2:11 "Which also were accounted giants, as the Anakims; but the Moabites call them Emims."
Deuteronomy 2:20 "That also was accounted a land of giants: giants dwelt therein in old time; and the Ammonites call them Zamzummims;"
Deuteronomy 3:11 "For only Og king of Bashan remained of the remnant of giants; behold, his bedstead was a bedstead of iron; is it not in Rabbath of the children of Ammon? nine cubits was the length thereof, and four cubits the breadth of it, after the cubit of a man."
Deuteronomy 3:13 "And the rest of Gilead, and all Bashan, being the kingdom of Og, gave I unto the half tribe of Manasseh; all the region of Argob, with all Bashan, which was called the land of giants."
Joshua 12:4 "And the coast of Og king of Bashan, which was of the remnant of the giants, that dwelt at Ashtaroth and at Edrei,"
Joshua 13:12 "All the kingdom of Og in Bashan, which reigned in Ashtaroth and in Edrei, who remained of the remnant of the giants: for these did Moses smite, and cast them out."
Joshua 15:8 "And the border went up by the valley of the son of Hinnom unto the south side of the Jebusite; the same is Jerusalem: and the border went up to the top of the mountain that lieth before the valley of Hinnom westward, which is at the end of the valley of the giants northward:"
Joshua 17:15 "And Joshua answered them, If thou be a great people, then get thee up to the wood country, and cut down for thyself there in the land of the Perizzites and of the giants, if mount Ephraim be too narrow for thee."
Joshua 18:16 "And the border came down to the end of the mountain that lieth before the valley of the son of Hinnom, and which is in the valley of the giants on the north, and descended to the valley of Hinnom, to the side of Jebusi on the south, and descended to Enrogel,"
2 Samuel 21:16 "And Ishbibenob, which was of the sons of the giant, the weight of whose spear weighed three hundred shekels of brass in weight, he being girded with a new sword, thought to have slain David."
2 Samuel 21:18 "And it came to pass after this, that there was again a battle with the Philistines at Gob: then Sibbechai the Hushathite slew Saph, which was of the sons of the giant."
2 Samuel 21:20 "And there was yet a battle in Gath, where was a man of great stature, that had on every hand six fingers, and on every foot six toes, four and twenty in number; and he also was born to the giant."
2 Samuel 21:22 "These four were born to the giant in Gath, and fell by the hand of David, and by the hand of his servants."
1 Chronicles 20:4 "And it came to pass after this, that there arose war at Gezer with the Philistines; at which time Sibbechai the Hushathite slew Sippai, that was of the children of the giant: and they were subdued."
1 Chronicles 20:6 "And yet again there was war at Gath, where was a man of great stature, whose fingers and toes were four and twenty, six on each hand, and six on each foot: and he also was the son of the giant."
1 Chronicles 20:8 "These were born unto the giant in Gath; and they fell by the hand of David, and by the hand of his servants."
King David (Khan) and his men would battle the Giants in the surrounding lands. (Look up the Kingdom of "Tataria", as this land is wiped out of History to further obscure the truth) However, it was the God of fire that took down these Giants right before their eyes as Deuteronomy 9 states. I find this to be Amazingly accurate....
Now, based on the termination of the Giant race, can this also parallel to the sudden extinction to the "Neanderthal" hominids? When looking up this topic, it seems that there is a debate on how this group of Hominids had disappeared, whether from disease, "ear infection", violence, or the incapability to adapt to the changing climates. And this is "prior", to the sudden presence of the Modern Humans, to which some Scientist deemed that the Neanderthal and modern humans must have mated together at point. Based from the "Smithsonian Institute", states this: Why did Neanderthals go extinct?
"Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis) were widespread across Europe and Western Asia for a long time, starting about 400,000 years ago. But things began to change when populations of Homo sapiens (earlier members of our own species) migrated from Africa to Europe at about 45,000 years ago. Five thousand years later not a single Neanderthal remained. What happened? To find out, Smithsonian Insider posed a seemingly simple question to Briana Pobiner, paleoanthropologist at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History."
Q: So, why exactly did Neanderthals go extinct? Pobiner: "It is hard to know exactly why many species are on the verge of extinction now, let alone species in the deep past that are already gone. However, we can assume some of the same basic ecological processes driving animals to extinction today are part of the puzzle."
"In the case of Neanderthals, we think competition and changes to their habitat due to climate change were two of the main factors. Neanderthals were fairly specialized to hunt large, Ice Age animals. But sometimes being specialized isn’t such a good strategy. When climates changed and some of those animals went extinct, the Neanderthals may have been more vulnerable to starvation."
"We also think Homo sapiens had a competitive edge over Neanderthals. There is evidence that early Homo sapiens had long-distance trade networks, possibly buffering them against times of climate change when their preferred foods were not available; Neanderthals did not. Neanderthals had physical features that helped them survive cold climates, like large noses to humidify and warm dry, cold air and short, stout bodies to conserve heat, but early Homo sapiens had technology that Neanderthals didn’t, including sewing needles to make clothing, important during the colder periods of the Ice Ages. Homo sapiens also had innovative tools like bows and arrows and seemed to have a more diverse diet than Neanderthals."
"We don’t have evidence of direct combat between the two species, but we know they interacted, because they interbred. Some would say Neanderthals didn’t go extinct, because everyone alive today whose ancestry is from outside of Africa (where Neanderthals never lived) carries a little bit of Neanderthal DNA in their genes."
Based from the "News Stanford.Edu." states this: The slow kill: "Archeological evidence suggests that the initial encounter between Eurasian Neanderthals and an upstart new human species that recently strayed out of Africa — our ancestors — occurred more than 130,000 years ago in the Eastern Mediterranean in a region known as the Levant. Yet tens of thousands of years would pass before Neanderthals began disappearing and modern humans expanded beyond the Levant. Why did it take so long?"
"Employing mathematical models of disease transmission and gene flow, Greenbaum and an international team of collaborators demonstrated how the unique diseases harbored by Neanderthals and modern humans could have created an invisible disease barrier that discouraged forays into enemy territory. Within this narrow contact zone, which was centered in the Levant where first contact took place, Neanderthals and modern humans coexisted in an uneasy equilibrium that lasted tens of millennia."
"Ironically, what may have broken the stalemate and ultimately allowed our ancestors to supplant Neanderthals was the coming together of our two species through interbreeding. The hybrid humans born of these unions may have carried immune-related genes from both species, which would have slowly spread through modern human and Neanderthal populations."
"As these protective genes spread, the disease burden or consequences of infection within the two groups gradually lifted. Eventually, a tipping point was reached when modern humans acquired enough immunity that they could venture beyond the Levant and deeper into Neanderthal territory with few health consequences."
"At this point, other advantages that modern humans may have had over Neanderthals — such as deadlier weapons or more sophisticated social structures — could have taken on greater importance. “Once a certain threshold is crossed, disease burden no longer plays a role, and other factors can kick in,” Greenbaum said. Why us? To understand why modern humans replaced Neanderthals and not the other way around, the researchers modeled what would happen if the suite of tropical diseases our ancestors harbored were deadlier or more numerous than those carried by Neanderthals."
“The hypothesis is that the disease burden of the tropics was larger than the disease burden in temperate regions. An asymmetry of disease burden in the contact zone might have favored modern humans, who arrived there from the tropics,” said study co-author Noah Rosenberg, the Stanford Professor of Population Genetics and Society in the School of Humanities and Sciences. According to the models, even small differences in disease burden between the two groups at the outset would grow over time, eventually giving our ancestors the edge."
“It could be that by the time modern humans were almost entirely released from the added burden of Neanderthal diseases, Neanderthals were still very much vulnerable to modern human diseases,” Greenbaum said. “Moreover, as modern humans expanded deeper into Eurasia, they would have encountered Neanderthal populations that did not receive any protective immune genes via hybridization.” The researchers note that the scenario they are proposing is similar to what happened when Europeans arrived in the Americas in the 15th and 16th centuries and decimated indigenous populations with their more potent diseases."
"If this new theory about the Neanderthals’ demise is correct, then supporting evidence might be found in the archeological record. “We predict, for example, that Neanderthal and modern human population densities in the Levant during the time period when they coexisted will be lower relative to what they were before and relative to other regions,” Greenbaum said."
When looking up Robert Sepehr's video on "Werewolf and Vampire wars", he details some interesting things based on the Neanderthals. It shows that in the given articles, the Neanderthal's were found to be "Cannibals", thus eating people. Here is an Article from the website "phys.org":
The caves that prove Neanderthals were cannibals: "Deep in the caves of Goyet in Belgium researchers have found the grisly evidence that the Neanderthals did not just feast on horses or reindeer, but also on each other. Human bones from a newborn, a child and four adults or teenagers who lived around 40,000 years ago show clear signs of cutting and of fractures to extract the marrow within, they say. "It is irrefutable, cannibalism was practised here," says Belgian archaeologist Christian Casseyas as he looks inside a cave halfway up a valley in this site in the Ardennes forest. The bones in Goyet date from when Neanderthals were nearing the end of their time on earth before being replaced by Homo sapiens, with whom they also interbred."
"Once regarded as primitive cavemen driven to extinction by smarter modern humans, studies have found that Neanderthals were actually sophisticated beings who took care of the bodies of the deceased and held burial rituals. But there is a growing body of proof that they also ate their dead."
"Neanderthal bone fragments Cases of Neanderthal cannibalism have been found until now only in Neanderthal populations in southern Europe in Spain, at El Sidron and Zafarraya, and in France, at Moula-Guercy and Les Pradelles. The caves at Goyet have been occupied since the Paleolithic era. The 250-metre- (820-feet-) long galleries were dug into the limestone by the Samson, a small stream that still flows a few metres below."
"They began to reveal their secrets in the middle of the 19th century thanks to one of the fathers of palaeontology, Edouard Dupont (1841-1911). A geologist and director of the Royal Museum of Natural History of Belgium, he searched several caves, including that of Goyet in 1867, and collected an enormous quantity of bones and tools."
"Just a few years after Charles Darwin first expounded his theory of evolution, Dupont published the results of his own research in his book "Man During the Stone Age". But his discoveries remained in the archives of the museum (now called the Brussels Institute of Natural Sciences) for more than a century."
"That was until 2004, when the institute's head of anthropology Patrick Semal discovered, hidden in amongst the drawers of what Dupont thought were human bones, a jaw tip that clearly belonged to a Neanderthal. Scientists have since been painstakingly sorting through fragments that Dupont thought were animal bones to see if there are other traces of ancient man." 'Extract the marrow': Now an international team led by Helene Rougier, an anthropologist at California State University Northridge in the United States, has proved from the bones found at Goyet that the Neanderthals there were cannibals. The bones show traces of cutting, "to disarticulate and remove the flesh," said Christian Casseyas, who also leads tours for the public at the caves."
"The Neanderthals "broke these bones in the same way that they broke those of the reindeer and horses found at the entrance of the cave, certainly to extract the marrow", he adds. Rougier, whose work on the Belgian cave was published last July by Scientific Reports, a journal of the Nature group, told AFP that "indeed, we can conclude that some Neanderthals died and were eaten here", which is a first in Northern Europe."
"Some of these bones have also been used to make tools to touch up the edges of flints to re-sharpen them," says Rougier. But the reasons for the cannibalism remain a mystery, as to the extent to which the Neanderthals ate their dead. "Was it systematic? Was it only at certain particular moments?" she asks. "I don't know how to interpret the reason behind this cannibalism. It can be purely food, but it can also be symbolic ... The reason remains open," she says."
Then based from the website "livescience.com" states this: Neanderthals Were Cannibals, Study Confirms By Andrea Thompson December 04, 2006: "Neanderthals suffered periods of starvation and may have supplemented their diet through cannibalism, according to a study of remains from northwest Spain. Paleobiologists studied samples from eight 43,000-year-old Neanderthal skeletons excavated from an underground cave in El Sidrón, Spain since 2000. The study sheds light on how Neanderthals lived before the arrival of modern humans in Europe."
"Researchers found cut marks and evidence that bones had been torn apart, which they say could indicate cannibalism. "There is strong evidence suggesting that these Neanderthals were eaten," said the study's lead author, Antonio Rosas of the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales in Madrid. "That is, long bones and the skull were broken for extraction of the marrow, [which] is very nutritious."
"According to Rosas, there is evidence of cannibalism in Neanderthal remains from other European sites. "I would say this practice… was general among Neanderthal populations," he said. Teeth from the remains [image] showed evidence of periods of starvation or minimal nutrition, particularly during difficult life transitions like weaning or adolescence, according to Rosas. Teeth grow by adding thin layers of enamel, but when some change in the natural development of the individual occurs, the enamel is deposited more slowly, or stops altogether, Rosas explained. Outside forces like climate or illness could also affect tooth growth, he said."
"So mostly harsh winters, together with physiological difficulties in the life history of these people may explain what we found," Rosas told LiveScience. Rosas' team also noticed that southern Neanderthals had wider, flatter faces than northern Neanderthals. Exactly why this variation is seen is still a matter of debate, but according to Rosas the most likely explanation is adaptation to the climate. For example, people exposed to the cold environment of the North may have developed longer noses for heating the air, he said."
Based from "www.ancient-origins.net" states this on Lovelock Cave: A Tale of Giants or A Giant Tale of Fiction? "The Paiutes, a Native-American tribe indigenous to parts of Nevada, have an oral tradition that they told to early white settlers of the area about a race of red-haired, white giants or ‘barbarians’ that their ancestors referred to as the “Si-Te-Cah.” The story was written down in 1882 by Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins, daughter of a Paiute Indian chief in her book Life Among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims."
"These “giants” were described as being vicious, unfriendly and cannibalistic. In this story, the Paiutes speak of a great battle that took place which led to their extermination at site known today as Lovelock Cave. During the early part of the 20th century archaeologists found thousands of artifacts inside this cave leading to a lengthy excavation of the site and leading to some speculation that the Paiute legend was real." “Si-Te-Cah” or Saiduka literally translates as “tule-eaters” in the Northern Paiute language. The tule is a fibrous water plant, which according to legend, the giants wove into rafts to escape attacks by the Paiute. They used the rafts to navigate across what remained then of Lake Lahontan, an ancient lake that once covered most of northern Nevada during the last ice age. As the Paiute tale goes, after years of warfare, all the tribes in the area joined together to rid themselves of the Si-Te-Cah."
"One day, as the tribes chased down the last remaining red-haired giants, they took refuge in a cave. The Paiutes demanded their enemy come out of the cave and fight, but the giants refused. The coalition of tribes proceeded to shoot arrows at them while starting a large fire at the mouth of the cave. The smoke drove out a few who died in a hail of arrows while the rest were all either burned alive or asphyxiated. Over time, the entrance to the cave would collapse leaving it accessible only to bats and cut off from human contact."
"Lovelock Cave, known also as Bat Cave, Horseshoe Cave, Sunset Guano Cave and Indian Cave is located 20 miles south of modern day Lovelock, Nevada. It’s a very old cave that pre-dates humans on the continent and in prehistoric times was underneath Lake Lahontan. In 1886, a mining engineer from Lovelock named John T. Reid was told of the legend by local Indians, who took him to the site to prove it existed."
"Reid was unsuccessful in getting an archeological dig started immediately but two miners, James Hart and David Pugh, realized the value of guano as an ingredient of gunpowder, and created a company to start digging it out in 1911. They stripped a layer of guano from the cave approximately three to six feet deep, using a pick and shovel with little regard to the artifacts, and shipped some 250 tons of it to the Hawaiian Fertilizer Company in San Francisco."
"Alfred Kroeber, founder of the University of California Anthropology Department was contacted by Hart and Pugh when they reported finding prehistoric artifacts. This spurred the first archeological dig of Lovelock in 1912 led by L.L. Loud also of the University of California. A second dig took place in 1924 and after finishing the excavations, Loud collaborated on a report that was published in 1929. What L.L. Loud found was nothing short of amazing."
"Approximately 10,000 archaeological specimens were uncovered including tools, bones, baskets, and weapons. According to the report, 60 average-height mummies were unearthed. Duck decoys (among the oldest known in the world with feathers still attached) and a sandal over 15 inches long were excavated. A donut-shaped stone with 365 notches carved along the outside and 52 corresponding notches inside was found, which some scientists believe is a calendar."
"Interestingly, radiocarbon dating done on follow up visits found vegetable material dating back to 2030 B.C., a human femur dating to 1450 B.C., human muscle tissue dating 1420 B.C., and basketry dating back to 1218 B.C. Archaeologists concluded from this that human occupation of Lovelock cave, by this culture, started in 1500 B.C. Today's anthropologists call the people who lived in the area the Lovelock Culture with the Period lasting some 3,000 years. Many archaeologists believe that the Lovelock Culture was replaced by Northern Paiutes."
"There is some debate as to the veracity of the claims made regarding the Lovelock Giants. During the initial excavations, there were reports of mummified remains being found of two red-haired giants—one, a female 6.5-feet tall, the other male, over 8-feet tall. However, no such evidence remains."
"In Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins book, Life Among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims , she does not mention giants but does refer to ‘barbarians’. Skeptics claim that chemical staining by earth after burial was a likely reason why mummified remains have red hair instead of black, like most Indians in the area. A study done at the University of Nevada indicates the “giants” were about six feet tall, and not up to 8 feet tall as had been claimed."
"To others, the uncovering of 15” sandals at Lovelock Cave is proof enough that the Paiute tale is real. In an article published in the Nevada Review-Miner in 1931, in February and June of that same year, it was reported that two very large skeletons were found in the Humboldt dry lake bed near Lovelock, Nevada."
"One measured 8.5-feet tall and was later described as having been wrapped in a gum-covered fabric similar to Egyptian mummies. The other was supposedly nearly 10-feet long. Some other evidence for the Lovelock Giants includes a set of images showing a handprint, more than double the size of a normal man’s hand imprinted on a stone bolder in the cave which was released by Bigfoot investigators MK Davis and Don Monroe in 2013."
"Along the Peru/Bolivia border skulls have been found near Lake Titicaca, with claims being made they were from giants with reddish hair and elongated skulls. The legends tell of the Uros Indians making reed boats and living on islands on Lake Titicaca similar to the Paiute. The Incas apparently drove them to live this way much like the Paiutes’ ancestors apparently did to the giants at Lake Lahontan."
"Today, many of the original artifacts found at Lovelock (but no giants) can be viewed at a small natural history museum located in Winnemucca, Nevada. Objects such as the duck decoys are housed at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., and the basketry and bones belong to the Nevada State Museum."
"The site is significant in an archaeological context because it is an example of evidence that turned up, and was scientifically analyzed to confirm the legend that Paiutes elders told tribal children for years, even if not everything was entirely accurate and accounted for."
"The Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology at the University of California published a paper on Lovelock cave in 2005 had this to say: “The site has been extensively pot-hunted and many materials remain in private collections. Lovelock Cave, despite years of destruction, is one of the most important sites in the history of North American archaeology.” Lovelock Cave was officially designated a historical site in 1984."
In Japan, there are people called the Ainu who were pushed northward by the invading Yayoi people (Japanese) who are shown to be a tribe of white people. They are shown to be hairy and have a similar culture to the native tribes of the Pacific regions of America. If they were there prior to the arrival of the modern Japanese, then they could have something to do with the strange submerged structures of the Yonaguni Islands? (connecting to the lands of the Lemurian civilization) There is an Article (Visiontimes:Japan’s Famed Samurai Class Might Be Descendants of the Neglected Ainu) that shows the real origins of the Samurai:
"In popular consciousness, the Samurai are believed to have been descended from the Jomon, a prehistoric community that inhabited Japan. Ainu were believed to be racially different and “not really Japanese.” But Loring Brace, from the University of Michigan, disagrees. His study of historical documents and skeletal remains show that the Ainu are the descendants of the Jomon and that the samurai eventually descended from the Ainu people. In contrast, most of the Japanese are descended from the Yayoi, who moved in from China and Korea around 300 B.C. To support his theory, Dr. Brace analyzed 34 anatomical features from over 1,100 skeletons of Ainu, Japanese, and other ethnic groups. Skeletons of the samurai were from the victims of the Battle of Kamakura in A.D. 1333."
"Ainu people were characterized as having lighter skin, higher-bridged noses, and more body hair. Interestingly, the samurai were also described to possess these same features. Dr. Brace’s explanation also solves the mystery of why the facial features of the ancient Japanese ruling class are different from the modern Japanese – the samurai used to mix with the nobility, thereby passing on their genes to the upper classes."
Neglect of History: "Most Japanese communities considered the Ainu people as having a “low status.” The Japanese government only recognized the existence of the Ainu community just a decade back. Until 1997, the government tried to force Ainu people to discard their cultural practices, hoping that they would mix in with the broader Japanese culture. Though such efforts have largely stopped, the damage was already done as many chose to leave their culture behind in hopes of getting social approval."
“For much of the 20th century, Japanese government officials and academics tried to hide the Ainu. They were an inconvenient culture at a time when the government was steadfastly creating a national myth of homogeneity. So officials tucked the Ainu into files marked ‘human migration mysteries,’ or ‘aberrant hunter-gatherers of the modern age,’ or ‘lost Caucasoid race,’ or ‘enigma,’ or ‘dying race,’ or even ‘extinct.’ But in 2006, under international pressure, the government finally recognized the Ainu as an Indigenous population. And today, the Japanese appear to be all in,” according to the Smithsonian. In 2012, some members of the Ainu community came together to form the Ainu Party, with the aim of realizing a multicultural society in Japan."
This Article details how the Ainu are a "Caucasoid" race, "prior" to the Yayoi people. This confirms that there were other nations in those lands (as the black, Dravidian, and white tribes) before the people came being led by the fire God.
Japan in the 1800s details a group of fishermen encountering a saucer shaped object coming up the shore. Upon record, it is stated that they saw strange symbols etched onto the ship and inside was a woman carrying a box, and was reported to have had "red-hair", this is called "The Encounter of Utsuro-Bune".
In the website called "ufoweeklynews.com" states this on this incident: "In early 19th Century Japan, there would be a surge of UFO sightings all around the same time and all concerning the exact same craft and experiences. What all the witnesses claim to have seen is also very similar in appearance to modern day UFO sightings. These close encounters of the third kind were clearly documented and still exist to this day."
"Utsuro-bune, translated as ‘hollow ship’ is one of the oldest recorded instances of a modern UFO or as some may argue, USO sighting. Deep in Japan’s book repository is a document that dates back to the early part of the 1800’s called Hyouryuukishuu, translated as ‘Tales of Castaways’. This document includes stories of Japanese mariners who got lost at sea and ended up in unfamiliar nations. Within the texts is also the story of the Utsuro-bune (hollow ship), which tells of an incident when an unidentified ship made of red sandalwood and metallic materials, approximately three meters by five meters in size and with crystal or glass windows, washed up on a beach in Harashagahama in Hitachi province on the east coast of Japan. At the time the Japanese public were living in a state of national seclusion and so stories of these would have caused a great excitement."
"When the craft was spotted by fishermen, they brought it ashore and on investigation they realized that inside there was a woman of around 18–20 years old with pale a complexion and red hair. The strange woman was holding a wooden box of around 60 centimeters in length that was clearly very important to her as she kept everyone away from it. The woman was speaking a strange language and inside the craft there were strange symbols carved that no one could understand. Being something of a spectacle, many from the villagers flocked down to see what was happening and none could decipher the strange woman’s language. Many drawings were made of the incident and some that survive to this day are considered to be the earliest known drawings of a UFO or USO. In this instance it was reported that the woman was eventually returned to the craft and then sent back out to sea."
"What is unusual about this UFO sighting, is that the same scenario happened exactly the same in many locations across Japan. Each time with the same woman and the same box that she held so secretly to her chest. There was much speculation into the contents of the box, with some suggesting that it could have contained the severed head of her husband and being the cause of some scandal in her home country, she was send away in the craft as a way of punishment, with death not being a suitable punishment for a woman of high standing such as a princess. This is a possibility as a theory, as it is documented that at one of the sightings a local man gave a speech and said: This woman may be a daughter of a king in a foreign country and might have been married in her home country. However, she loved another man after marriage and her lover was put to death."
"Since she was a princess previously, she could get sympathy and avoid the death penalty. She had been forced to be put in this boat and was left to the sea to be trusted to fate. If this conjecture is correct, her lover’s severed head is inside the square box. In the past, a similar boat with a woman inside drifted ashore in a beach not far from here. In that incident, a severed head placed on a kind of chopping board was found inside the boat. Judging from this kind of second-hand information, the contents of the box may be similar. This may explain why the box is so important to her and she is always holding it in her hands. We may be ordered to use much money to investigate this woman and boat. Since there is a precedent for casting this kind of boat back out to sea, we had better put her inside the boat and send it away. From a humanitarian viewpoint, this treatment is too cruel for her. However, this treatment would be her destiny."
"There is also evidence from a later investigation by Kyokutei Bakin in 1844. He examined the book called ‘Roshia Bunkenroku’ which translates as ‘Records of seen and heard things from Russia’, which describes in detail the traditional clothing of Russia at the time and also mentions that many Russian women had natural red hair. He also noted that he had once witnessed the symbols written on the side of a British whaling ship and some of them had a striking resemblance to some of the symbols that were found inside of the mysterious craft that washed up on the shores of Japan. In 2007, Dr. Kazuo Tanaka reopened the investigation into the Utsuro bune phenomena and began to examine the evidence surrounding it. Dr. Kazuo comments in his findings on the similarity between the craft witnessed in the early 1800’s and modern day UFO’s, and how it would have been a very big coincidence that so many people imagined a craft of such a shape 200 years ago, especially as at the time Japan was completely cut off to outsiders and outside news. Dr Kazuo also intensely investigated all of the ships in Japan at the time and could not find anything similar to the UFO. In interview, Dr Kazuo also claims that the key to the modern day UFO phenomena lies in the Utsuro-bune."
Sacred Doctrine:[[Vol. 1, Page]] 415 THEOLOGICAL ETYMOLOGIES. DEMON EST DEUS INVERSUS. "While it is very probable that the Gibborim (the giants) of the Bible are the Rakshasas of the Hindus, it is still more certain that both are Atlanteans, and belong to the submerged races."
Now, based from the "Fomorians" states this: "The Fomorians (Old Irish: Fomóire, Modern Irish: Fomhóraigh or Fomhóire) are a supernatural race in Irish mythology. They are often portrayed as hostile and monstrous beings who come from under the sea or the earth. Later, they were portrayed as giants and sea raiders. They are enemies of Ireland's first settlers and opponents of the Tuatha Dé Danann, the other supernatural race in Irish mythology. However, their relationship with the Tuath Dé is complex and some of their members intermarry and have children. The Fomorians have thus been likened to the jötnar of Norse mythology. The Fomorians seem to have been gods who represent the harmful or destructive powers of nature; personifications of chaos, darkness, death, blight and drought. The Tuath Dé, in contrast, seem to represent the gods of growth and civilization."
"In Old and Middle Irish, the race is usually called the Fomóire or Fomóiri (plural), and an individual member is called a Fomóir (singular). In Middle Irish, they are also called the Fomóraiġ (plural) and a Fomórach (singular). This is spelt Fomhóraigh/Fomhóire (plural) and Fomhórach (singular) in Modern Irish. They appear as the Muiridi in the Irish version of the Historia Brittonum of Nennius. In English, they are called the Fomorians, Fomori or Fomors. The etymology of the name is debated. The first part is now generally agreed to be the Old Irish fo, meaning under, below, lower, beneath, nether, etc. The meaning of the second part is unclear. One suggestion is that it comes from the Old Irish mur (sea), and that the name thus means something like "the undersea ones".
"This was the interpretation offered by some medieval Irish writers. Another suggestion is that it comes from mór (great/big) and means something like "the great under(world) ones", "the under(world) giants" or "the nether giants". A third suggestion, which has more support among scholars, is that it comes from a hypothetical Old Irish term for a demon or phantom, found in the name of The Morrígan and cognate with the archaic English word "mare" (which survives in "nightmare"). The name would thus mean something like "underworld demons/phantoms" or "nether demons/phantoms". Building on this, Marie-Louise Sjoestedt interprets the name as meaning "inferior" or "latent demons", saying the Fomorians are "like the powers of chaos, ever latent and hostile to cosmic order".
(This is pretty much a reference to the Asuras as the chaos and destruction. Then based on "under sea" or coming from the earth, depicts the same story as the Asuras who would be in the underworld, while the Devas would be in the Heavens, hence the term "Heaven for God" and "Hell for the Devil". However, the term "Deva" amongst the Zoroastrians changed to Daevas as the Devils, while the Asuras are the good Gods also called "Ahuras")
In this excerpt states this: "The second Battle of Mag Tuired was fought between the Fomorians under Balor and the Tuatha Dé under Lug. When the two forces met on the field of battle, it was said that to attack the fierce Fomorian flank was like striking a head against a cliff, placing a hand into a serpent's nest, or facing up to fire. Balor killed Nuada with his terrible, poisonous eye that killed all it looked upon. Lug faced his grandfather, but as he was opening his eye Lug shot a sling-stone that drove his eye out the back of his head, wreaking havoc on the Fomorian army behind. After Balor's death the Fomorians were defeated and driven into the sea." This "eye" is the third eye of Shiva, that when looked upon will burn up with flames. It's also similar to the stare of death by the Basilisk as well. This story of the Tuathedanaan is basically the battles of the Gods and the Titans.
However, when you look up "Tuathedanaan", some sources would state this to be from the People of the Goddess Danu, who in turn would be the children of Diti: "The Tuath(a) Dé Danann, meaning "the folk of the goddess Danu"), also known by the earlier name Tuath Dé ("tribe of the gods"), are a supernatural race in Irish mythology. They are thought to represent the main deities of pre-Christian Gaelic Ireland. The Tuatha Dé Danann constitute a pantheon whose attributes appeared in a number of forms throughout the Celtic world."
"The Tuath Dé dwell in the Otherworld but interact with humans and the human world. They are associated with ancient passage tombs, such as Brú na Bóinne, which were seen as portals to the Otherworld. Their traditional rivals are the Fomorians (Fomoire), who seem to represent the harmful or destructive powers of nature, and who the Tuath Dé defeat in the Battle of Mag Tuired. Each member of the Tuath Dé has associations with a particular feature of life or nature, but many appear to have more than one association. Many also have bynames, some representing different aspects of the deity and others being regional names or epithets. Much of Irish mythology was recorded by Christian monks, who modified it to an extent. They often depicted the Tuath Dé as kings, queens and heroes of the distant past who had supernatural powers. Other times they were explained as fallen angels who were neither good nor evil. However, some medieval writers acknowledged that they were gods."
"They also appear in tales set centuries apart, showing them to be immortal. Prominent members of the Tuath Dé include The Dagda, who seems to have been a chief god; The Morrígan; Lugh; Nuada; Aengus; Brigid; Manannán, a god of the sea; Dian Cecht, a god of healing; and Goibniu, a god of metalsmithing and one of the Trí Dé Dána ("three gods of craftsmanship"). They have parallels in the pantheons of other Celtic peoples: for example Lugh is cognate with the pan-Celtic god Lugus, Nuada with the British god Nodens, Brigid with Brigantia; Tuirenn with Taranis; Ogma with Ogmios; and the Badb with Cathubodua. The Tuath Dé eventually became the Aos Sí or "fairies" of later folklore."
"The Old Irish word tuath (plural tuatha) means "people, tribe, nation"; dé is the genitive case of día and, depending on context, can mean "god, gods, goddess" or more broadly "supernatural being, object of worship". In the earliest writings, the mythical race are referred to as the Tuath Dé (plural Tuatha Dé). However, Irish monks also began using the term Tuath Dé to refer to the Israelites, with the meaning "People of God". Apparently to avoid confusion with the Israelites, writers began to refer to the mythical race as the Tuath Dé Danann (plural Tuatha Dé Danann). The Old Irish pronunciation is and the Modern Irish pronunciation is in the West and North, and in the South. In Latin they are referred to as the Plebes Deorum or "folk of gods." A poem included in the Lebór Gábala Érenn also refers to the Tuath Dé as the clann Eladan. Danann is generally believed to be the genitive of a female name, for which the nominative case is not attested. It has been reconstructed as Danu, of which Anu (genitive Anann) may be an alternative form. Anu is called "mother of the Irish gods" by Cormac mac Cuilennáin. This may be linked to the Welsh mythical figure Dôn. Hindu mythology also has a goddess called Danu, who may be an Indo-European parallel."
"However, this reconstruction is not universally accepted. It has also been suggested that Danann is a conflation of dán ("skill, craft") and the goddess name Anann. The name is also found as Donann and Domnann, which may point to the origin being proto-Celtic *don, meaning "earth" (compare the Old Irish word for earth, doman). There may be a link with the mythical Fir Domnann and the British Dumnonii."
Very interesting as the Goddess Danu connects to "Anu", as the "Anunnaki" that came from the Heavens. Below is a scene from the 2018 movie "Aquaman". This is King Nereus of Atlantis with Red hair being played by the actor Dolph Lundgren.
Based from the Red Horn Story details this segment called Giants or Man Eaters (Wą́gerúcge) by Richard L. Dieterle:
"Giants are a malignant race who flourished in primordial times before they were brought into check by the great spirits. Although they would frequently sojourn on the island earth where humans live, their home is in a Spiritland on the other side of the Ocean Sea.1Since two Wolf Spirits reached it floating on a small ice berg, it apparently lies in the arctic north. There the wind blows cold and fierce, and the ground can be covered in snow.2On the other side of the ocean, tribes of Giants flourished. Some of them protected their mortality by removing their hearts and wrapping them in bundles of feathers which they hid away on a platform. These Giants were killed by the Thunderbird, Ocean Duck, who found their hearts and burned them to ashes.3Like other spirits, the Man Eaters can be divided into two tribes: the Good Giants and the Bad Giants. Most seem to have belonged to the tribe of Bad Giants who indulge their appetite for human flesh, but the Good Giants have belied their name by abandoning the practice of eating people.4Originally, they too had eaten people, but the spirit called "Young Man Gambles Often" (Hocįcįwakiųk'ega), caused them to vomit up everything within them, until finally they disgorged ice from their stomachs. This it was that caused them to eat humans. After that, they enjoyed the same food that humans ate.5While the stomachs of Giants contain ice, their heads contain wampum, which is to say, sea shells.6In at least one case, a Giant had a heart made of stone, so that the only way that he could wed a mortal woman was for Earthmaker to replace it with one of flesh."
"Not only are the Giants by nature man eaters, as their Hocąk nameWáñgerúcgereveals, but male Giants are as tall as trees,8four times the height of a man.9On the other hand, Giant women, who are particularly noted for their beauty,10are about the same size as humans.11Despite the hostility and dietary proclivities of Giants, humans are part Giant themselves. Once humans were smaller and rather uniform in size. In ancient times men took Giant women as brides, and over time the admixture of the two bloods produced a race of variable heights such as we are today. Particularly large humans merely take after their Giant ancestors.12Some large human men are thought to be reincarnations of Giant Spirits, usually of the Good Giant tribe, judging by their benevolence.13One cannibal Giantess, some call "Pretty Woman," had hair said to be, variously, red,14orange,15or yellow.16Despite her superior skill in lacrosse, her life was spared by the victorious good spirits, and she was adopted into human society.17In one account she marries Redhorn's father; in another, Redhorn himself."
"The Man Eaters have a mysterious association with ice. Redhorn's father gave his Giant wife, Pretty Woman, an emetic which forced her to vomit up an ice cube. This was found to be the cause of her cannibalism.19There was a race of such man eaters known as "Ice Giants," who in winter would appear around the periphery of villages hoping to pick off people who strayed too far from the campfire. The Ice Giants were unconquerable by mere mortals, but they could be placated by offerings of tobacco, red feathers, and food, which were offered in the early evening.20The Giants, being confident of their command of the ice, once challenged an incarnated Wolf Spirit to a contest to see who would first succumb to the cold. The Wolf Spirit won the contest because he was able, unlike the Giants, to radiate heat whenever he sat atop a mound of snow."
"Human beings were the favorite food of the Bad Giants who would go to some lengths to get it. On occasions they massacred whole villages in order to eat the inhabitants.22Like other man eaters, such as the Bad Thunderbirds23they would let some people live just to fatten them up so that they would be all the tastier later.24Good, fat humans, apparently make excellent soup as well.25When the Giants wanted to "eat soup," as they put it, one way to get it was to challenge the humans to games of chance. These games, however, were not idle sport, but contests in which lives were wagered on the outcome. If the humans won, they would kill the Giants wagered; if the Giants won, they would kill and eat the humans that they had won. Since the Giants were so large, they almost always won when they played against mortal humans.26As a result, many of the good spirits, taking pity on the abused humans, would descend to earth and give them their aid. Turtle, the spirit who invented war, was the most prominent and active of these. When the Giants prepared to engage in games or in war, they would generally paint themselves black from head to toe,27although on other occasions, they were known to have painted themselves completely red.28One of their favorite games was dice. To get their dice, a Giant would pound his chest and cough up birds, which he would then throw up into the air like regular dice. In keeping with the icy associations of the Giants, the species was usually the snowbird.29One of the most popular contests was lacrosse."
"The Giants would often be led by an amazon like Pretty Woman. Nevertheless, in whatever game they engaged, they were almost always defeated by the good spirits,31the single exception being wrestling. Although they were never able to out-wrestle Turtle, they were able to defeat both Redhorn and the Thunderbird, Storms as He Walks.32On another occasion they out-wrestled a white Wolf Spirit, then killed and ate him.33When Morning Star came to earth, he also faced a challenge from the Giants to wrestle. As a warm-up, he grappled with an oak and pulled the entire tree out by the roots and slammed it to the ground. This so frightened the Giants, that they fled and ceased to bother the humans for decades.34Once when Turtle and Morning Star were on earth to help the mortals, they nearly wiped out the race of Giants, sparing only an old man, a little boy, and an infant girl, whom they forced to eat grass. After this indignity, they threw them across the sea.35More than once the competing Giants were wiped out with the exception of just two individuals.36
Despite the conflict between humans and Giants, we know at least one case where the Wangerucge bestowed a blessing upon a Bear clansman. Four Giant brothers who lived in the heavens, along with other spirits, gave this man a warbundle and sacred warpath songs that led to many a victory."
"There may be a few solitary Giants left, since in historical times an Ice Giant attacked a man on the Wisconsin River between Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids. It was only because he was carrying a powerful medicine with him that he was able to fend off his huge opponent until his friends could come to his rescue.38Others, however, say that this race of malignant man eaters disappeared completely around 1840 when the last of them was killed off by a Good Giant who reduced himself in size to live among the humans and bless them."