By Som Benegal
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By all these means 46 Gene D. Matlock 47 they increased their life and strengthened it; and at last they attained the position of the Spiritual Man. As the Nei Ching says, the Sapients and the Spiritual Men could choose to leave their bodies and explore the universe, or they could choose to remain in their bodies and enjoy the physical and material world. There were no limits put upon them. Naturally, such a life would make most of us happy. The Nei Ching continues to say: “They were succeeded by the Sages, The Sages attained harmony with Heaven and Earth and followed closely the laws of the eight winds.
There is a name of mother goddess as Dhan+vandari or Tan+vandri. By comparing the above two, possibly the word Tengri may be referring to Mount Meru, where the mother goddess abides. Since I claim that Jesus Christ is a spiritual and blood descendant of the ancient Krishtayas (Aryans), I will let the word “God” predominate in my discussion of the original human concept of Jesus Christ. Naturally, there are many words for “God” in the world. Perhaps the most common word of God in the Gene D. Matlock 45 pre- and post-diluvial world was and is the Turkish Tengri or Tenri.
Another mistake I made in my investigations was my concentration on the “forest” called India and not enough on its “trees,” such as the Greeks, Turks, Armenians, and the sub-continent Hindus themselves. I also fell into a trap that some Hindu activists set for me. They claim that the so-called “Aryan invasion” was a concoction of white racists. They insist that the Aryans were lily-white. But later on, I found out that the Aryans were of all races. I finally had to conclude that the Turks (Kurus or Aryans) were the most numerous and influential of the “trees” in giving India and Greece mankind’s first fully developed civilizations and religions.
A Panorama of Indian Theatre by Som Benegal