Sirian traditions in Samarkand (Uzbekistan)

February 2011

Olga Kiritidi seems to be better known for her first book entitled Entering the Circle. In her second book, Master of Lucid Dreams, Olga goes deeper into Asia to meet a 'master of lucid dreaming' whose tradition reminds me a bit about some of what Castaneda wrote regarding dreaming. One part of this book that caught my attention was when Olga's teacher was relating to her some of the histories and traditions of his lineage. The story below is about an Annunaki (Sirian-Reptilian) 'goddess' called 'Anakhita' and how in ancient times she established herself in the region now known as Samarkand in Uzbekistan. It is also about events that led to the creation of the spiritual system known as Zoroastrianism. The story is remarkable to say the least, inasmuch as it directly connects this Annunaki 'goddess' to the Sirius star system. I have only reproduced a small part of chapter 7, the entire book is quite an interesting read.

Excerpt from Chapter 7 of Master of Lucid Dreams
Pg 114 – 119

 “The traumas of people from the past continue to live in their modern-day descendants even though most of them don’t have any awareness of it. Telling their stories [i.e. the stories of people from the past] will help heal these ancient traumas and change something critically important in the lives of many modern people. So you have to retell these stories later, after you hear then from me and you return to your own home.”

 That said, he [Olga's teacher] continued after a short pause, “This place is very old. It has layers of history. They connect; they influence each other, and continue to have a life, keeping a connection with us through direct lines of power transmission. I am connected to the oldest face of this town, to the very beginning of what is now called Afrasiab. Do you know who he is, this Afrasiab?”

 “It is a person’s name. Afrasiab”

 “There is an old legend about him. Some parts of it were lost, some were intentionally erased from people’s memories but the legend is still alive. I  will tell it to you as I learned it. And even though you may find some parts of it strange and confusing, it has to be told this way.”

 “It says that Afrasiab was as fearless as a tiger. He was a ruler of this place at the time of the Golden Time, the time when the world didn’t know division. He served his god with devotion and received power in return”

 “Who was his god at that time? That was a long time ago, right?” [This is Olga asking]

 “His god was a god of sun and of Alive Time, a ruler of the sky and a commander of thunder. By his god’s will, sacred waters of life flowed from the top of the world mountain and gave birth to everything alive. His god was a woman, Great Mother Anakhita [i.e. ANAK-H-TT] and Afrasiab served her like a tiger. He was faithful and devoted because he knew her love. Women were equal with men then and power was distributed equally. Anakhita had both men and women priests who served her. Afrasiab was not one of them, but he built the temples of fire, serving Anakhita throughout his kingdom, and he protected these temples. They were called sufa, and you may still find the remains of some of them when you walk eastward through the ruins.

 “In sufa they preserved the Golden Time, until it started to change from jealousy. Two brothers were the highest priests of Anakhita. One of them, Zaratashta, at some point started to think that he should have more power than his brother. He became the enemy of his brother and the enemy of the goddess who gives life. She learned of his desire when he prepared to steal her sacred treasure and she ran away with it. He ran after her. When he was about to grasp her, she tore the necklace she wore that contained the treasure and threw it to the bottom of a lake hidden at the base of the mountain. She filled the lake with milk rain, and hid the treasure.

 “So Zaratashta became powerless and angry, and he promised to get revenge.

 The goddess removed herself from this world because she knew that jealousy had already settled in it. She hid herself in the star Sirius which had been her home before. She continued to rule from there. Afrasiab, who learned this story, didn’t sleep, didn’t eat. But walked miles and miles until he finally found that secret lake. There was an island in the middle of the lake with a Haoma tree growing on it. The Haoma tree contained the juice which Anakhita used to connect the Earth and the stars where she used to live before coming to Earth.

 “Afrasiab camped near the Haoma tree and learned about the lake. He learned that the treasure was hidden at the bottom, at the deepest roots of the tree. He learned from the white bird living on the tree how to gather seeds from the Haoma tree. He threw them into the circle of sacred fire in the sufa which he built on the island, just as the white bird taught him. He breathed in a smoke from the sacred fire and attained power.

 “Taking off his clothes, Afrasiab dived into the lake three times, and at the third dive, he reached the treasure at the bottom. It was the key to immortality. Goddess Anakhita saw this and was pleased with his courage. From her home on Sirius, she sent down to Earth forty beautiful men and women, forty ancient spirits to serve Afrasiab. [i.e. the Annunaki woman sent forty extraterrestrials from Sirius to serve her devotee Afrasiab]

 “After two thousand earthly years, Afrasiab decided to leave the Earth. He made a mysterious creation as Anakhita had taught him: a temple-fortress made of a shiny metal shaped in a perfect spheroid form, hermetically closed [i.e. he built a space ship!]. He hid himself in it. Inside were artificial stars, including a sun and a moon. Their light illuminated a wondrous garden [i.e. it was probably a hydroponic garden]. Afrasiab had everything he wanted inside this temple. His two thousand years of earthly life almost over, Afrasiab was ready to raise his temple to the top of the highest mountain, where Anakhita visited a few times each year [i.e. his ship was designed to meet the mothership, not to travel all the way to Sirius]. To be closer to her in those times, he created seven shining columns which could have transported the temple to the mountain top.

 “But on the very last day of his two thousand years, when he was walking through his garden, he saw a man, who was dark complexioned, his face hidden. He approached him carefully and the moment he looked at him, Afrasiab recognized it was his own shadow, walking on its own, as if it were another being.

 “This happened because the jealousy of Zaratashta was carefully preserved throughout this time and Zaratashta was waiting for the end of the Golden Time on Earth for his revenge to come. His poison reached Afrasiab’s temple and Afrasiab saw his own shadow through it. Yet all happened by the will of the great goddess Anakhita. She knew that soon the Golden Time would be gone, replaced by rivalry, and that people would forget her knowledge. She chose for Afrasiab the fate of sacrifice, of becoming the Alive King of the Dead because he had a treasure of immortality, so he could help people in their transition from life to what is beyond  death in the coming time when they would forget her love [so perhaps the meaning of this is that Afrasiab became like a wraith, neither alive nor dead. He probably died after 2000 years but his ethereal body had  become ‘immortal’, not about to go through the process of disintegration as is the case with those who practice inner and outer alchemical methods. Perhaps. In any case it sounds like she ditched him, so his goddess could not ‘save’ him from himself]

 “The spheroid temple-ship of Afrasiab never went to the highest mountain. It disappeared from the world. It went into the world of the ancestors where Afrasiab became the first human King of the Dead [i.e. the spaceship shifted dimensions and entered the ethereal realm, the world of dreams and the world of the ancestors].

 *As far as this space ship is concerned, I wonder if there is any connection in any way with this story.

 “Since that time, the temple-fortress of Afrasiab appears as a shining spheroid ship among the mountains and flies between the kingdom of ancestors and Anakhita’s kingdom. He helps those who die to be saved from the second death.” [This last line is absolutely crucial to the understanding of Afrasiab’s fate.  Afrasiab had become ‘ethereally immortal’. The second death occurs when after death of the physical body, the ethereal body/ghost disintegrates to free the astral-mental sheath. Those who hold on to their ethereal bodies do not break their connection with physical existence.]

 “This was the beginning of the battle. We carry the consequences of it in our memories in the way we record experience. It affected both individual and collective memories. The memory became divided and many shadows were created. When Zaratashta promised to get revenge, he knew he wouldn’t do it himself; he waited for it to be done differently. His memory of anger and fear streamed like a fluid through memories of generations of his descendants, looking for a place to settle. Finally, it found a boy who was always second in things. He knew it hurt not to be first. His older brother served Anakhita as a pries, while the boy was allowed to serve not the goddess but her son, Akhura Mazda. In his life, love was lacking. Serving her son didn’t resolve the hurt of envy of his brother, so he because obsessed with becoming the first. He left his tradition, family, and house, and travelled to other lands to preach his own beliefs and to become the first of all priests. This boy’s name was Zoroaster. [It seems to me that the man telling this story belongs to the Afrasiab/Anakhita camp, so he will see the others as ‘bad’]

 “He allowed Anakhita’s temples to be destroyed so his brother’s faith wouldn’t be above his and so his brother wouldn’t be the first. He would. To become different, Zoroaster had to change the tradition to its opposite. In the place of unity he put separation. Everything was separated into two: black and white; good and bad; first and las. This was the final end of the Golden Time. [i.e. byebye “Law of One”, as per the RA Material of the Sirian tradition]

 “The boy became the first to install new rules. To keep them, he had to change the culture’s memory. In his preaching, he blamed Afrasiab for all sins and made him an enemy in the eyes of his people. Zoroaster darkened his name, but only on the surface, since ‘underground,’ [i.e. Inner Earth?] Afrasiab still remains the living king, and forty ancient spirits still support him at the will of the goddess Anakhita [this Annunaki woman called Anakhita still has her supporters on Earth]



 the annunaki

Picture of an Annunaki and followers (Photo credit: Internet)