ONE, following from the day below, we return to the topic of megalithic works of art, this time in India, in search of the third-eye on sculpture, we find ourselves in the midst of the druids yet again, whereby the giants and genii at the earliest times in the world are purported to have built some of the megaliths of India, at least in legend and local folklore, see below for more Potter’s American Monthly, the article on Glen Onoko from the same issue, curious that,

TWO, without any prior knowledge we run into the druids again and the following quote, “The Brahmins of Asia and the Druids of Europe were therefore constantly to be found in the recesses of the sacred grotto and in bosom of the embowering forest.” We are on the island of Elephanta, off the coast of Bombay, its namesake the carved elephant that is described as beyond life, reminiscent of our elephant at Glen Onoko, smaller than life and furthermore there is a horse carving on Elephanta reportedly just as good, indeed Wer Bee says Hee Hee, carrying along, the heroes and princes of India are said be revered as gods, at least here in this pagoda, and we continue our search for the third-eye motif, alike the uraeus, maybe different, the blaze of glory as it will be called, and furthermore which we see above, we see above, we see above, we see above on the multi-faced, mutli-faceted sculpture drawn above in replica of the monument, some form of tripartite divinity that has something or other on the position of third-eye, third-eye, the third-eye, or slightly above, where else but India would we find, would we find sacred art with the most closely approximate form of something Egyptian, of Egyptian motifs, that is indeed the story of the flood, the Rishis and Alexander the Great, whose invasion of India was purported in one maybe alternative history of the world to have been motivated by the desire to find and learn from the Rishis as the keepers of sacred knowledge from before the flood, indeed, we proceed, back to Potter’s American Monthly from eighteen seventy-eight, some years after the civil war, the American Civil War, the population back then, population back then far more literate and the writings here, writings here very much on point and in line with our current investigations, Little Guy, thank you much indeed, on topic of India and the monuments of Elephanta, some notes, and as below,

“of no received school of architecture,” forty or fifty colossal statues in bas relief, they are not detached from the rock but they appear three-dimensional, indeed a technique of high skill and very much like our General at Onoko, however that sculpture may a category unto itself,

“the pyramidal helmet of the warrior,”

“crowns ingeniously wrought, and splendid with jewels, some without ornamentation, save that of curled or flowing tresses,”

“…sceptres and shields,” enormous bust of three headed deity nearest the energy, and just like three megaliths, just like the three megaliths of Onoko, we wonder how far back the Aryan masters went, indeed here we have the old world in its oldest form, the real deal, and the new world in its oldest form, who are you, Brahmin, Magi, Druid, all the same, curious development here, curious indeed,

“An immense jewel sparkles like a solitary star in the pyramidal cap that crowns the head.”

The sacred lotus is held in the left hand of Vishnu,

Mahades, the destroyer, grasps a snake in his right hand,

Brahma is the first head of the three, and all focus on the position of the forehead and crown, as Brahma may be what we are looking upon in Pennsylvania,

The priest of the deity wears the three fold cord of Brahma, a sudpar, or priest, priest-kings here too,

“Farther on, is the figure of an Amazon,” looks like what exactly, four-arms, a right fore-arm resting on the head of a bull, hand of the more posterior right arm grasps a hooded snake, a hooded snake, maybe like the hat wearing genius of lower egypt, Uati,

India, Scythia and Herodotus, Semiramis and the invasion of India, get the hint maybe we are looking at something Aryan here, cavern pagoda location, is this reminiscent of a Mithraeum, sun worship here very real,

On to the Island of Salsette, the city of Canarah, the name Can, maybe can, maybe not, indeed six hundred statues and woods brimming with antiquities, mitre-caps worn by two statues, earrings as well,

Do we use feet here as a whole unit, yes we do apparently, vis-a-vis twenty-seven foot tall altar, indeed just as wide in diameter, hieroglyphics here as well, serpents, horses, elephants and lions, sculpted all about,

“The blaze of glory streaming from the radiated crowns on the heads of all the Avatars, speak their descent from the regions of light and glory.” Indeed, indeed, MARK FOUR, and nothing more,

THREE, Back to druids, back to the firmament, we here of an Irish king whose intention upon return to the royal fortress of Tara was to, “watch the firmament, so that no hostile being from the air might suddenly descend upon Erin unknown to him. This precaution assuredly has an astrological significance. The ancients believed that hostile influences, usually spiritual, were in the habit of descending from the heavenly bodies.” Excerpted again from Druids, Their Origins and History, Spence, Lewis, 1949, 1995.

Oaks and the moon, Diana, Egeria, the Vestal Virgins, the Romans, the Greeks, the Italians, the Spanish maybe not, maybe not, maybe not, indeed, the Gauls, the Belgae, the Britons, the Irish, and the Celts, many overlapping groups here, who the druids among the priest class among of something maybe, maybe much earlier indeed,

“servants of the old Roman goddess of cornfields”

the oak and its union with the spirit of fire or lightning, the druid being the living representative of the lightning or fire god, that indeed the point, the firmament machines, indeed strange quote as follows,

“Romulus, the mythical founder of Rome, is said to have contrived machines which mimicked the roll of the thunder and the flash of the lightning, and in a sense this apparatus equates with the solar or “lightning” wheel of the Druid Mog Ruith, which he constructed with the aid of Simon Magus, and the “flying-machine” of the mythical British monarch Bladud.

Whatever that means, we are talking firmament machines and the construction of megalithic temples and the like, how do we say, done another way.