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The Pleiades

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Does anyone know anything about the Pleiades and their connection to Lord Murugan?

There is a book out by the Himalayan Academy written by Gurudev (Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami )

He talks about the Pleiades..a friend summed up the book for me:

" its all about Devonic prophecies revealing divine human origin. its about man's untold journey to Earth from the Pleiades (a constellation which is the astral avatara of Murugan) millions of years ago, and the struggles faced in ensuing eras as souls matured into their ultimate destiny and Divinity"

Anyone have any info on this?

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Hi Nirmala,

That's so true. Murugan is a Pleiadian God indeed.

Pls read more below:

http://www.astroved....or-the-pleiades

Hope that helps.

Jai Skanda <3

Just so you know, this thread is over ten years old, so I doubt the people involved are going to respond. Welcome to the club, by the way!

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Does anyone know anything about the Pleiades and their connection to Lord Murugan?

There is a book out by the Himalayan Academy written by Gurudev (Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami )

He talks about the Pleiades..a friend summed up the book for me:

" its all about Devonic prophecies revealing divine human origin. its about man's untold journey to Earth from the Pleiades (a constellation which is the astral avatara of Murugan) millions of years ago, and the struggles faced in ensuing eras as souls matured into their ultimate destiny and Divinity"

Anyone have any info on this?

It doesnt exist its just a book.

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The Pleiades myths are one of those sets of myth that can be similar all over the world , in variant time and cultures. Even here, where it has no contact with other cultures.

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http://www.pleiade.org/pleiades_02.html

The Pleiades also figures in the Dreamings of several language groups. For example, in the central desert region, they are said to be seven sisters fleeing from the unwelcome attentions of a man represented by some of the stars in Orion. The close resemblance of this to Greek mythology is believed to be coincidental - there is no evidence of any cultural connection.[4]

However, stars were commonly used to measure time and the seasons and to regulate daily activities before written culture, and long after in some cultures. The myths of the Australian Aboriginal people are, as around the world, to do with moral lessons and various reminders such as when to eat certain types of food, which is itself a cultural connection in the general form of the stories. Therefore, the study of the stars is probably the oldest knowledge on earth, such that it remains an intriguing possibility that aboriginal star knowledge does contain some fragments of a much older original culture. Aboriginal people came to Australia from Asia 50,000 years ago (well before Greek culture formed 3-4,000 years ago), and presumably the Aboriginal people originally came from Africa. While there is no hard evidence of a cultural connection, the possibility should not be written off and the door is open to research to construct models of older human cultures, through the tracing of these narratives and other means such as linguistics.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Aboriginal_astronomy#Pleiades

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A little astronomy: The Pleiades are what is known as an "open cluster" of quite young stars, of which we only see a few of the brightest, still surrounded by the gas and dust of their birth. That they are only a few million years old argues against their being the home of any sort of "ancient civilization."

Over time the forces of the galaxy at large (mainly of a tidal nature) combined with the individual stars moving relative to one another in a chaotic way (they are far to small compared to their size for there to be hardly any chance of a collision) will disperse the group. The sun was probably also born in such a cluster.

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