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The Covenant
 
 
The Spanish conquistadors were surprised to find many traditions of the Incas almost identical with the Knights of Christendom, and suspected one of the apostles must have visited Peru in earlier times. However, the answer to the mystery may lie in what the Inca Capac revealed, "that the Inca reign ended with the twelfth king." It was as though someone previously drew up a contract that expired with him. The Incas were devout keepers of their ancestry and religious traditions much like the Old Testament people. In fact, most of the American Indian's have notably similar traditions. There is an interesting story from the Central American "Popol-Vuh,"the writings taken from an ancient Quiche book, that describes the fourth attempt at creating humans, which may have some bearing on the dynastic mystery:
 
"It took place before the beginning of dawn, when
 
neither son nor moon had risen, and was a wonder-work
 
of the Heart of Heaven. "Four men" were created, and
 
they could reason, speak, and see in such a manner as to
 
know all things at once, They worshipped the creator with
 
thanks for existence, but the gods, dismayed and scared,
 
breathed clouds on their eyes to limit their vision, and
 
cause them to be men and not gods. Afterward, while the
 
four men were asleep, the gods made for them beautiful
 
wives, and from these came all the tribes and families
 
of the earth."
 
The Legend's of the Jews relate that Adam and Eve were born in a place named Achuzan, at the center of the earth, which the Hindus said was an island. http://philologos.org/__eb-lotj/ The legends mention that Adam and Eve, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, and Jacob and Leah were all buried in the sacred mountain caves on this island between "the Abyss and Paradise."
 
Dr. Daniel Ruzo, a well-known researcher of Peru, heard about a remarkable monolithic carving of a huge figure on a plateau overlooking the village of San Pedro de Casta located about 90 km east of Lima, Peru between the Santa Eulalia and the Rimac Valleys. The Marcahuasi plateau is a little over 12,500 feet above sea level.

 


The Peca-Gasha dipicting many races.

 
The name Peca-Gasha means that it's the head of a narrow pass leading to the megalith forest beyond. What impresses me is that many of the aged rock carvings resemble stories in the Jewish legends; vague memories of a place forgotten by time and cataclysm. The Huanca Indians say it is an ancient place of magicians, or giant gods. There are two large stone altars.
Mayoralas faces the western sunset and is located above an abyss.
The Cancaucho altar is gigantic and faces the eastern sunrise.
On a nearby hill reposes a king or priest upon a throne with his hands folded in prayer. Do the two alters represent the ancient
center of the earth between the Abyss and Paradise?
 
The mysterious high priest Melchizidec also said he could be found at Adam's birthplace....in keeping with the religious traditions of the flood generation; a sacred birth-death custom still maintained by the Incas when the Spanish discovered them. Were the four Old Testament patriarchs the same people mentioned in the "Popol-Vuh" who were born at the center of the earth, rather than in the "heart of heaven?"
 
The Egyptian priests claimed to have the same ancestry as the Greeks, and that they recorded 14,000 years of history indicating they were civilized from pre-historic times. As a member of the royal household, Moses was educated in the Egyptian temples where he learned the hieroglyphic writing of that era. he also had access to the ancient stories about his ancestors who lived in the western hemisphere before the flood. But what does this have to do with the contract that ended with the twelfth Inca King?
 
Earlier I referred to Dionysos, the grandson of Poseidon, who ruled Meru and twelve other islands of the ocean. The reference indicated that the Brahman were his vassels before he was changed into a serpent. The rise of the Brahmans
brings us to the story of the grandfather of the twelve tribes of Israel. Popular sources (ei, Genesis) relate that Abraham was the progenitor of the chosen people, the seed of the promised land, and first of the Patriarchs, the Friend of God, and the Mohammedian Father of the Faithful. His name means "exalted father." To rest in Abraham's bosom was the summit of eternal peace. He is regarded as father not only to the Jews and Islamic people, but to the people of India he may have been a-Brahman, or high priest who praised the supreme soul, Brahma; the first person in the hindu trinity with Vishnu, the redeemer....and Siva the destroyer. The name brahma originally meant magic, which after all is the base of ritual. Remember that the aborigines of Peru said the pre-historic rulers were giant, bearded magicians, as were all the deified personages of the western hemisphere.
 
The Jewish legends relate that "the men in the generation of the deluge, married two wives, one for rearing children, and the other in order to persue carnal indulgences, for which reason the latter was rendered sterile by artificial means...They gave all their love and attention to the barren women, while their other wives spent their days like widows, joyless and in gloom."
 
This may not have been the exact case with Abraham and his wife Sarah, but he did sire a son from Sarah's servant, a dark young maiden named hagar. Later, through a miracle, Sarah gave birth to Isaac. while these children became the symbolic figures of two opposing heirarchy's, the secret of the Inca covenant may be revealed in the story of Isaac, the younger son of Abraham. This distinction of age is very important, because it is usually the eldest, not the youngest, who inherits the throne or whatever, but this was reversed by Isaac and maintained in Inca tradition.
 
There is no mention in the Bible that Isaac had the traditional two wives. Instead it says that his wife Rebecca carried twin sons who battled within her womb. Not only were they born with completely different dispositions, but they were physical opposites too.

 

Painting depicting birth of Esau and Jacob
 by Jean de Mandeville.
 
Esau, the eldest, had a fair, reddish complexion and full beard and hairy arms like most of the ancient kings, whereas, Jacob was dark, smooth skinned and beardless like most American Indians. Jacob was Rebecca's favorite, while Isaac loved Esau.
 
The Jewish legends reveal that Jacob always coveted the sacred cave of Machpelah, where Adam and Eve were entombed. He knew that his brother loved their father, so he made Esau swear on the life of Isaac, to sell him the claim on the patriarchal cave, for a large sum of money. He even had a legal document made out, which Esau signed before witnesses. Although Jacob bought his way into the heirarchy, God was not happy with this arrangement, and the legend says:
 
"Though no blame can attach to Jacob for all this, yet
 
he secured the birthright from him by cunning, and
 
therefore the descendants of Jacob had to serve the
 
descendants of Esau."
 
The biblical version alleges that when Esau came in from the field weakened by hunger, and begged Jacob to give him some food, the younger brother demanded, on the life of their father, that Esau sell him the birth-right first. Esau figured that if he died, what good was the birth-right, so he swore to give it to Jacob in return for his life. Jacob fed him some lentils and bread, after which Esau went away...never dreaming what family intrigue lay ahead.
 
The old patriarch was growing feeble and blind, and felt it was time to get his Will in order. he called his eldest son Esau and said, "Behold, I am old, and don't know the day of my death, so take your weapons and go get me some venison, that I may eat; and that my soul may bless you before I die."
 
Rebecca overheard them and while Esau was away, she told Jacob what happened, and together they plotted to make a meal for the old man from a young goat; with Jacob mascuerading as Esau. Jacob reminded his mother that Esau was a hairy man, and his father might get suspicious. She scolded him to do what he was told, so he put on Esau's clothes, a false beard, and gloves made from goat skin; then he carried the savoury meat to Isaac. The old man asked who he was and Jacob lied, "I am Esau thy firstborn; I have done what you asked; come and eat my venison, that thy soul may bless me."
 
His father was surprised that he brought down a deer so fast, and asked him about it, but Jacob explained that the Lord brought it to him. Still suspicious, Isaac asked him to come closer because his voice sounded like Jacob, and he wanted to feel his beard and hands. Then he asks his son to bring him the venison and wine, after which he takes one more precaution by asking the young man to kiss him. This allowed him to smell Esau's clothes. Finally satisfied, Isaac mistakenly consecrates Jacob as his successor in the heirarchy:
 
"The smell of my son is as the smell of a field which
 
the Lord has blessed; Therefore God give thee the dew
 
of heaven, and the fatness of the earth, and plenty of
 
corn and wine; Let the people serve thee, and nations
 
bow down to thee; Cursed by everyone that curseth thee,
 
and blessed be he that blesseth thee."
 
Shortly after the blessing, Esau returned with the deer he prepared for his father. The old man anguishes to the stricken Esau that he must have consecrated an imposter. Disheartened, Esau cried and begged his father to bless him also, but was refused. He then lamented, "Is he not rightly named Jacob, the supplanter? He took my birthright and now he took away my blessing. Haven't you anything left for me?"
 
Isaac wearily told him that he gave all the material wealth and power to his youger brother, and there wasn't anything left. Esau wept and continued to beg his father until he finally gave in:
 
"Behold, your dwelling shall be of the fatness of the
 
earth, and of the dew of heaven from above; and by
 
the sword shalt thou live, and shall serve your brother
 
and it will come to pass that you will have dominion
 
and break his yoke from your neck."
 
Esau hated his brother for what he'd done to him, and made up his mind that after Isaac died he was going to kill him. Rebecca warned Jacob and sent him away to stay with her brother Laban. During this period, Jacob fell in love with his beautiful, curvatious cousin Rachel. He offered to work seven years for her father if he could marry her. His uncle agreed, but switched daughters on the wedding night.
 
The following morning Jacob realized the older sister Leah was beside him in the nuptial bed. Shocked and angry, he confronted his uncle, who explained that the law demanded that the eldest marry first. he arranged for Jacob to work for him another seven years in order to have Rachel also. According to Jewish legend and tradition, it was Leah who gave birth to the children of Jacob and lamented, "Surely the Lord has seen my affliction; now maybe my husband will love me." It was she, not Rachel, who was entombed with Jacob and the others in the sacred caves of Brahma's Mount Meru.
 
I realize that it's difficult to reconcile the idea that the early Old Testament patriarchs may have been born and buried on the South American continent; yet no one really knows where the caves were. Most scholars think it was Jerusalem, but the real clues to their location is the geographic "center of the earth," on an island between the fiery (Pacific ring of fire?) Abyss, and Paradise. Egyptian, Greek, and Hindu writings refer to an island from which civilization spred out over the entire earth. Some archeologists feel that the oldest civilization on earth thrived on the American continent because of the widespread concentration of fossilized human works...like those found by James S. Wilson in 1860. 
 
Wilson discovered fossils of a highly developed civilization beneath six feet of marine mud under the forest of Ecuador, South America between Esmeraldas and Quito. The land had been occupied by civilized people (who even manufactured gold articles), then submerged beneath the ocean long enough to accumulate the marine deposit, after which it was again elevated to it's former position above sea level and reforested long before the 16th century Spanish conquistadors arrived. The remarkable part of Wilson's discovery is that the layer containing the civilization is as old as the drift strata of Europe's old stone age and identical with Guayaquil in which the bones of mastodons are found. The last of these great mammals perished on the American continent around 14,000 years ago during the same time period allowed for the sinking of Atlantis. Because of his remarkable discovery,Wilson received special recognition from Britain's Royal Geographic Society.
 
Strange as it may seem, can it be possible that Pizarro was blindly fulfilling the curse of Esau when he reached Peru? The bearded man of the sword was sent to convert and subordinate the lands of the west, at the very time the twelfth Inca King died. An Indian king whose royal line descended from a white man of god.
 
The irony of this story is that the Adamites, or Andean people, crossed the ocean to Egypt where the mother Meru changed to mother Isis, then Eve, and finally Mary, the mother of God....whose bearded sons returned to violently reclaim the empire with their swords. Did Spain change the name of her conquest from Meru to Peru?
 
Perhaps the mountain will eventually reveal her secrets within the network of subterranean tunnels beneath the surface of Ecuador and Peru. http://www.stangrist.com/tunnels.htm

 


Entrance to tunnel in Equador visited by Stan Grist.

 

Most historians feel the people of earth were united through a common language and religion in some remote age. The linguistic jungle of sounds and interpretation by many peoples over an abyssmal span of time, combined with events and legends, are transformed into a multi-colored swaddling of all the children of the earth clutched against the breast of their mother Meru. She secretly smiles; the last rays of the waning Sun re-assuringly sparkles her crown...moments before he slips into the deep purple night.

 

 

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