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The O'Odham: Native-Americans With Ancestors From India? By Gene D. Matlock, BA, M.A.

Sacrificer           Gene D. Matlock, BA, M.A.
Sacrifice code       wfor0373
Sacrifice date       25 march 2009

The O'Odham: Native-Americans
With Ancestors From India?
By Gene D. Matlock, BA, M.A.

The english word brother comes from the hindi word

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  • Hindu scholars have always claimed that in remotest
    times, their ancestors visited every part of the
    globe, mapping it accurately, and mining gold and
    copper in such places as Michigan, Colorado,
    Arizona, England, Ireland, Peru, and Bolivia. Known
    to us as "Indo-Europeans," they lost their grip on
    the world in about 1500 BC., retreating to what are
    now Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Northern India.
    However, they continued to visit the Americas in
    their large teakwood ships, many of them 250 feet
    long and five- to six-masted, until about 1200 A.D.
    After that, the sectarian fanaticism and
    territorialism of their religious leaders,
    rebellions among their conquered subjects, constant
    internecine rivalries, and troubles with Moslem
    invaders forced them into isolation.
    No Westerner naively accepts India's claims of
    having once dominated the world. Right? Well, some
    of us do.

    In an essay entitled On Egypt from the Ancient Book
    of the Hindus (Asiatic Researchers Vol. III, 1792),
    British Lt. Colonel Francis Wilford gave abundant
    evidence proving that ancient Indians colonized and
    settled in Egypt. The British explorer John Hanning
    Speke, who in 1862 discovered the source of the Nile
    in Lake Victoria, acknowledged that the Egyptians
    themselves didn't have the slightest knowledge of
    where the Nile's source was. However, Lt. Colonel
    Wilford's description of the Hindu's intimate
    acquaintance with ancient Egypt led Speke to Ripon
    Falls, at the edge of Lake Victoria.

    The Hindus also claim that the gospel of their deity
    Shiva was once the religion of the world and the
    progenitor of all religions coming after it. "Isvar
    was the only god in India, the whole of Asia, the
    southern parts of Russia, Mediterranean countries,
    Egypt, Greece, the whole of Europe, the human
    inhabited places of both Americas…and also in
    England and Ireland. In all these lands, Isvar was
    the religion with slight variations in the
    pronunciation of the word Isvar….the Isvar religion
    is the mother of all religions in the world,
    including Christianity and Islam."

    (Remedy the Frauds in Hinduism, by Kuttikhat
    Purushothama Chon; p. 36.)

    While the languages our forefathers spoke thousands
    of years ago would be completely unrecognizable to
    us now, the names of their deities (those that
    survived to this modern age) may be immediately
    recognizable to their respective modern adherents,
    such as the Christians, Jews, Moslems, Jains,
    Buddhists, and Hindus. Names of deities tend not to

    Isvar was and is especially visible (to discerning
    eyes) in our own Southwest as well as in Northern
    and Central Mexico. Some tribes even worshiped God
    Shiva's wives and consorts. Spanish priest, Andres
    Perez de Ribas wrote in his book, My Life Among the
    Savage Nations of New Spain, that a Northern Mexican
    tribe worshiped two deities: Viriseva and a mother
    goddess named Vairubai. Viriseva means "Lord Siva"
    in Sanskrit. Vairubai has to be (a mispronouncing
    of) Bhairava, another name of Siva's consort,
    Goddess Durga.

    A few Hindu scholars insist that not all their gods
    and religious traditions are natives of the Indian
    subcontinent. When the ancient Nagas retreated to
    India, they also took back the deities and religious
    traditions they had acquired abroad, incorporating
    them into "Hinduism," a term meaning "The Indus
    Valley Way of Life."

    Historian Chon states: "There are strong indications
    in our ancient texts that the places and events
    described in them are lying outside the geographical
    limits of India But when we talk of geographical
    limits, …are they the national boundaries of
    post-independent India? Or are they the boundaries
    of India, the ancient?"

    (Remedy the Frauds in Hinduism; p.30.)
    I'm especially impressed with the traditions of the
    Pimas (Akimel O'Odham) and Papagos (Tohono O'Odham)
    of Southern Arizona and Northern Mexico. Although I
    could write a lengthy article about Isvarist
    (worship of the Hindu deity, Shiva) practices in
    practically every Southwestern United States,
    Mexican, Central and South American Indian tribe,
    even India-Indian spiritual geography is reproduced
    abundantly in the O'Odham nation.

    Though the pre-conquest era O'odhams were relatively
    primitive, the Spaniards admired them for their
    intelligence, industry, and high philosophy. Some
    Catholic missionary priests thought they were the
    progenitors of the Aztecs.

    About 5,000 BC or earlier, a brilliant deified
    Phoenician Naga king and philosopher named Kuvera
    (also Kubera) learned how to smelt copper, gold, and
    other metals. These activities took place in the
    kingdom named after him, Khyber ("Kheeveri"), which
    consisted of a group of craggy mountains in what are
    now Southeastern Afghanistan and Northeastern
    Pakistan (i.e. the Khyber Pass). According to Hindu
    mythology, Kuvera and God Shiva lived in the totally
    barren, mineral-poor, goldless, frigid, lofty,
    bell-shaped or pyramidical peak of Kailasa in
    Western Tibet.

    Edward Pococke stated in his book India in Greece,
    The Khyber; its region is wealthy and abounds with
    rubies; gold is found in the mines in its vicinity,
    and it (the Kheeveri kingdom) was likewise the
    ruling power in those early days. (p.220.)
    We derived our word "copper" from Kuvera's name.
    Eventually, the Nagas extended their influence over
    all of India. If you've intuited that Afghan Khyber
    (Kheever), Hebrew Heber (pronounced Kheever),
    Egyptian Khepri, Greek Khyphera, Cabeiri, Cypriotic
    Cip'ri (Kheep'ri), biblical Capernaum, Arabic
    Khabar, O'Odham Babo-Quivari (Kheeveri), Francisco
    de Coronado's search for the fabled Quivira
    (Kheevira), ad infinitum, are somehow linked, you've
    intuited correctly.

    But why do the Hindus and Buddhists worship Kuvera
    and Shiva in a barren peak and not in the Khyber
    mountain range itself? I don't want to get
    "mystical," but the "reason" for this anomaly is the
    world's best-kept millennium's-old secret. Besides,
    it's not the focus of this article.

    Kuh or Koh = "Hump; Mountain"

    while Vera or Vira = "Hero; Lord."

    The Nagas, also called Nakas and Nahu(a)s, were a
    highly civilized ruling, maritime and mercantile
    class who once inhabited what is now Afghanistan,
    Tibet, Pakistan, and Northwestern India. The Nag
    ("Self-Consuming Serpent") was one of their
    principal tribal emblems. The substance of Kuvera's
    teachings is that God, then called Dyau, Deo, Dyaus
    or Jyaus, put all the plants, animals, ores, and
    minerals on earth for Man's enjoyment. As long as
    Man protects the happiness and security of all
    humanity, he need not place any limits on his greed.
    Kuvera's teachings spread throughout the whole

    "Originally, the Asuras or Nagas were not only a
    civilized people, but a maritime power, and in the
    Mahabharata, where the ocean is described as their
    habitation, an ancient legend is preserved of how
    Kadru, the mother of serpents, compelled Garuda (the
    Eagle or Hawk) to serve her sons by transporting
    them across the sea to a beautiful country in a
    distant land, which was inhabited by Nagas, The
    Asuras (Nagas) were expert navigators, possessed of
    very considerable naval resources, and had founded
    colonies upon distant coasts."
    (The Encircled Serpent, by M. Oldfield, p. 47.)

    "Asura" is the Indian equivalent of Assyria (really
    Asuriya and Asir) and the Persian Ahura of
    Zoroastrianism. It derives from the name of the
    ancient Hindu sun god Ashur. The Naga capital was
    called Oudh, Iodh, Yudh, and Ayodhya. Located near
    what is now Herat, Afghanistan, it is not to be
    confused with todays Oudh or Ayodhya in the Indian
    state of Uttar Pradesh. The citizens of Oudh were
    called Oudh-am and Otia-Am. Am = "People" in

    In those days, only a few million people inhabited
    the earth. Most humans were cavemen and less. The
    Nagas didn't entrust their highly developed
    technologies to such aborigines. But they did teach
    them how to build simple thatch and adobe homes, and
    to raise vegetable and animal foods. They also
    taught them about the Creator of All Life, Dyaus or
    Jyaus. Even today the O'Odhams call it Jeoss or
    Josh. Joshi is one of God Shiva's many names. Some
    White Arizonians mistakenly insist that the O'Odhams
    derived this term from Dios (Spanish for "God"),
    Jesus, or Joshua.

    The innocent Arizona aborigines believed these Nagas
    from Oudh, Afghanistan (part of India until the late
    1700s) were gods. They even named themselves Oudham,
    which they pronounced as O'Odham or O'Ot'ham. An
    ancient Sanskrit word for "brotherhood; fraternity"
    is Ton; Tahun. The Papagos called themselves Tohono
    O'Odham, or "Oudh-am Fraternity." Tohono now means
    "Desert" in the O'Odham language. The Pimas settled
    along winding rivers, which seemed to look like
    writhing serpents. They named themselves Akimel
    O'Odham. "Akimel" derives from the Sanskrit
    Ahi-Mahal (Great Serpent). This name eventually came
    to mean "River."

    The Nagas dug deep wells in the desert, siphoning


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