I have been learning about my Rajputian heritage for a bit. My ancestors fled from India to Pakistan at the time when India and Pakistan were divided. Watch movie “Jinnah” to learn a bit about this particular history of the Sub-Continent.
You must have checked out my post “Rajputs are like Valkyrie” where I briefly talked about how Rajputs are like the Valkyrie clan of the Norse mythology. My first set of research showed me that the Rajputians were a very large genius race whose origins are difficult to trace because of how well they were mixed with other nations and how important it was to hide the reality of this unique heritage from everyone else.
After watching the Valkyrie fight for Thor in movie “Thor: Ragnarok”, I thought about the flying horse of the Valkyrie. I get lots of dreams of horses including dreams of flying horses. The next paragraph is just one of my lucid dreams about riding a horse—all of my dreams are in 3-D and they feel like real life. Most of my dreams about horses are still undocumented. I fell in love with horses when I was a kid; and, I still feel and recognize this bond. I belonged to a well-to-do Pakistani Punjabi family so my father would not let me mingle with the “people on the streets”. Thus, I used to stand next to my room’s window for hours; and, stare at the horse that was being managed by a poor man because he used it to earn his wages. I still remember being stuck to the window like glue for half an hour or more every other day. Several years after this experience, I can still dream of horses despite living a very busy Canadian lifestyle. Enjoy the thrill of my ever-youthful and psychic lucid mind as I narrate to you just one of my dreams about horses!
The night was dark and my house felt boring since I needed to do something very unusual and exciting. Thus, I rode my dark black horse through the narrow street with strength and pride of someone who was innately aware of this animal’s instincts. I felt his strong body pulsate with youth and life as I experienced the vibrations of his hooves travel through my thighs and spine and eventually touch my mind and heart. I was once again free to experience the rush and exhilaration of my body beating against the wind while seated on this magnificently proud creature. My usual calm self was now transformed into a very wild and unbeatable spirit that only wanted to make her horse run faster and faster.
I researched further today and found out that the Rajputians of Punjab were of Scythian origin.
The overwhelming majority of the population of Rajputana and Gujarat is of Scythic origin, and even a sizeable proportion of Punjab is too. Jats and Rajputs alone form approximately 28 % of Punjab population. [ Ibb.97 ]. Tod holds that Jats are one of the great Rajput tribes, and that both are Getae [ Ibb.97 citing Tod.I.52-75 and 96-101 ] The Jat Rajput ratio is 3:1 in Punjab [ Ibb.102 ] Adding the other Scythic races to the Rajput total yields well over 50 % of the population of Rajputana and Gujarat as Saka. Sakas no doubt dominated in the Punjab and parts of the Ganges valley as well, but they have here been more or less overwhelmed in the flood of Mughalloid (Indo-Muslim) immigration. Source: http://rajputana.htmlplanet.com/scy_raj/scy_raj4.html
According to the YouTube video “Horse Lords: A Brief History of the Scythians” the Scythians who had one of the first horse cultures on Earth were referred to as the Horse Lords. So the horses from my dreams might actually be an indication of my Scythian origin—I say “might actually be an indication” not “are actually an indication” because dreams are dreams and only some of them show the future. My mind is battling between two ideas: 1) If Lucid Dreams can open the future then perhaps they can also open the lineage; 2) But, I do not know for sure how far back it can go to trace one’s heritage although I know that to some extent Lucid Dreams allow for Remote Viewing into a different country.
Saying this, I am going to show you something even more interesting. The Irish are also Scythians!
Now, Magog, as we shall see in Appendix 3, was considered, with Ashchenaz, the father of the Scythian peoples, and the early Irish chroniclers were most emphatic in their insistence that the Irish were of Scythian stock. And there is good etymological evidence for this. The Irish were long referred to as Scots even before some of them migrated to the country that today bears their name, and as Brewer tells us:
‘Scot (is) the same as Scythian in etymology; the root of both is Sct. The Greeks had no c, and would change t into th making the root skth, and by adding a phonetic vowel we get Skuthai (Scythians), and Skodiai (Skoths). The Welsh disliked s at the beginning of a word, and would change it to ys; they would also change c or k to g, and th to d; whence the Welsh root would be Ysgd, and Skuth or Skoth would become ysgod. Once more, the Saxons would cut off the Welsh y, and change the g back again to c, and the d to t, converting the Ysgod to Scot.’ Source: http://www.ldolphin.org/cooper/ch8.html
According to Library Ireland, Odin, name of a well-known character from Norse mythology, was one of the gods of the Scythians. And, the Valkyrie from movie “Thor: Ragnarok” who I think are like the Rajputs used to protect Odin.
Like I think, LOL!