A lucid Chinese account relating to the
- The Akan, sections 6.1, 7.1, 7.2 and 7.3
- Article: As above so below: Earth and Galactic humans, on the website
I was hanging out at a cafe known as 'the psychic cafe' in my local area. It is a neat, homely place with all kinds of interesting books. All the food is made home-cooked by two elderly ladies. The psychic is actually a guy who does readings for those who pay for it. Unfortunately since I started going to this place , I’ve only seen young women visit him. He doesn’t seem to have any guys come in to see him.
This is where I came across the book Ancient Tales and Folklore of China by Edward T.C. Werner. Written perhaps at the turn of the 20th century, the author looks at Chinese culture from the point of view of a European observer, with some of the mental superiority attitudes that are sometimes found in the writings of some European authors of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Nevertheless he delivers an interesting account, compilation in fact, of Chinese myth, legend, history and culture.
The Taoists have a story of a being known as P'an Ku, known to have created the world. On page 129 of the 1995 reprint of the book, section entitled An Avatar of Pan Ku there is given a lucid account of the creation of the world (presumably a Galaxy Game) by (in this account) a Game Creator, known as P'an Ku, whose soul then inhabits his creation. The account is now given:
When P'an Ku had completed
his work in the Primitive Chaos, his spirit left its mortal envelope and found
itself tossed about in empty space
without any fixed support. 'I must,' it said, 'get reborn in visible form;
until I can go through a new birth I shall remain empty and unsettled.' His
soul, carried on the wings of the wind, reached Fu-Yu T'ai. There it saw a
saintly lady named T'ai Yuan, forty years of age, still a virgin, and living
The newly born took the name Yuan-shih T'ien-wang, and his mother was generally known as T'ai Yuan Sheng-mu, 'The holy mother of the first cause'
The reader may here see some parallels with the Game Creator and the guardian being he created to look after his creation. The 'woman' T'ai Yuan, is actually not a woman at all, as it clearly states in the story that T'ai Yuan is androgynous. The author of the book, who couldn't get past the notion of gender duality, likely ascribed the feminine gender to T'ai Yuan because the story goes on to talk about pregnancy and birth.
The 'immaculate conception' here is also interesting, in the sense that it parallels what has been said earlier about the Ancient Earthers being able to give birth by themselves (by replicating their DNA, however the soul that inhabits the body will be different) or together with another Ancient Earther. See section 7.1 of the Akan book for more on this.
Because of what we know about the Ancient Earth humans from Credo Mutwa, Robert Monroe and others it is possible to glean more info when one comes across a story such as this one. The most important point here is that the Game Creator(s) could choose to inhabit the bodies of the Ancient Earthers.