More than a thousand years before the foundation of Greece and Rome, proud and industrious Black men and women known as the Dravidians of the Kush Kingdom created a powerful civilization in the Indus Valley of India around 4,000 BC. The Indus Valley is in northwest India in what is now Pakistan. They became the African kings in India which was shared in the previous blog and drove the region’s commerce, culture, and belief systems. They were the Ethiopians of the ancient Cushite Empire…sometimes referred to as Nubia of the Kush Kingdom and/or of the Kush-Punt region of Ethiopia. They were also known as Puntites. People from this region were also named Nagamada, NagaNuda, or Naga. Dravidian is not considered a religion but a system of various beliefs.


The Yamuna & Ganges Rivers showing the migration to the Dekkan Plateau in the South of India. The City of Harapppa is at the top of the rivers in India.

The earliest mention of the Naga appear in the Ramayana and are mentioned in the Mahabbarata which described the Naga were in the Dekkan Plateau, the southern grasslands of India; however, this was after they migrated from the north to the south through other cities along the Yamuna and Ganges Rivers as early as 1300 BC. The Dravidian classic, the Chilappathikarm, clearly states that the first great kingdom of India was Nagamada.

PUNTThe Puntites were the greatest sailors of the ancient world. Dravidian literature dating back to 500 BC shares information about them. The Aryans describe the Naga as “half man and half snake”. They were known as warlike people who used the bow and noose. The first God of India was a “dreadlocked” Black man called Shiva. Modern Dravidian Indians bear the close similarity to East Africans.


 Art found at the Harappan Excavation Site

After Ethiopian Africans came to India, the Harappan Civilization followed and brought their culture with them. There was a DNA study of a woman who lived in a Harappan site 4,600 years ago. This site in India that was excavated  in the 1920s was also known as the Indus Excavation. The cells of DNA came from the Harappan study and matches the excavated material discovered at the site of Shahr-j-Sokhta which dated to the period of 2700-2300 BC. The city had trading routes that connected Mesopotamia and Iran with the Central Asian and Indian civilizations and as far away as China.

The Dravidians and Harappans came to North India before the Aryans and later they all migrated to South India due to a climate change disaster caused by a drought. There was a city named Harappa which was named for the Harappan culture. These cultures began using clarified butter, also known as “ghee” before the rest of the world. The Dravidians taught the Aryans about city life, and the Aryans taught the Dravidians their culture of Sanskrit. The merging of these cultures became a complex new Indian culture.

The Iron Age was dated between 1200 BC and 600 BC, and it began with the clank and clatter of the blacksmith’s anvil. The Aryans or Kuru Kingdom arrived in India around 2000 BC and 1500 BC. It is the period of the origin of Sanskrit and Vedism in India.

The Hindu religion is based on the Vedas. The Aryan language is close to Vedic Sanskrit. The Vedas were composed in Sanskrit and define the Hindu religion. Veda means “knowledge and wisdom” which is defined as “to know” from the Proto-Indo-Euro root…the root of all languages. The surviving Vedas may be the ones written in the 16th Century AD. The transmission of the knowledge of four of the Vedas was accomplished orally until 500 BC when it was written. In one of the lessons this author was taught by Spirit, it was shared that we should “learn, understand, know, and then teach”.

“Ari” is from the Sanskrit language and way of life. Ari means faithful, devoted, and kind people. They came from European Germanic or Nordic people who wandered or migrated through India and Iran and into what is now North America. However, before this they also wandered to Europe from other lands (it has been stated they lived in Atlantis and left that land before people began experiments). They came to North America before the American Indian…leaving their Aryan legacy. Along the way through India and Iran, some established a home in Iran and are the Indo-Iranian people. However, Peruvian people also wandered North and South, up and down, up and down over years, from Peru to land that is now Western America.

There were Aryan tablets found in Iran detailed with flowers and vines. They were described in symbols meaning:

Oh Man, where is our crown, From eternity it passes on, Where is  your soul, but from the infinite it grew, Forever and forever, If it but select to you.

-From the volumes of “The Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East” by Baird T. Spalding. The tablets have been moved from Persia (now Iran) to Tibet for safe keeping.

Language scholars do not agree on the origin of the Indus Script. Linguist Asko Parpola proclaimed that the Indus Script and Harappan language are “most likely” to have belonged to the Dravidian family of languages; however, a person cannot make something true by stating that it is”most likely”.

As stated in this author’s treatise “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”, Aryans used Sanskrit in all their writings, and it is my innate belief that they were the authors of Sanskrit and not the Dravidians. The Dravidians learned the Aryan language. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dravidian_languages/

Blessings to all in seeing us through the Coronavirus.





The Sidi, also known as Siddi or Seydis, came from Africa, not as a singular group but from different parts of Africa throughout many years. History has almost buried this little known fact while slavery took a front row seat. They have acclaimed a place in the world community beyond the dark days of slavery. After their conversion to Islam, they called themselves Sayyad (descendants of Muhammad) and were consequently called Sidi. Sidi signifies lord or prince and is an expression of respectful address commonly used in North Africa and similar to Sahib in India. It is an honorable title for African natives in the west of India, some of whom were distinguished military officers and administrators of the Muslim princes of the Deccan Plateau which covers most of South India.

These people are known as Indo-African and can trace their ancestry mostly from the East African coast from Sudan, Ethiopia, and Mozambique. They came to India from East Africa as sailors, traders, and warriors in the Indian Ocean trade and stayed on in India to become known as royalty. They became royalty when the ruler of the state was killed in a palace coup led by an Indo-African general serving in the king’s army, and he proclaimed himself king. He was later dethroned by a member of a high ranking Indo-African general, who was loyal to the original ruling family and returned the throne to them. Another group of Indo-Africans called Shemali arrived from Kano, Nigeria. They came to India during a pilgrimage from Sudan and Mecca. A wealthy merchant named Baba Ghor assisted the Shemali to become prosperous through the mining and trade of the precious stone called Agate. They retain quite a few African customs, and the Baba Ghor story is proudly remembered.

There was a system of trade from Kerala through Northeast Africa and on to Rome including other parts of Europe. Ivory, gold, and other valuables from Zimbabwe and the Congo were sent to the East African coast and on to Kilwa, Mombassa, and Zanzibar. From there they were shipped across the Indian Ocean and on to India, Southeast Asia, China, and Japan.

The Indo-Africans are mostly Muslim. More than 250,000 descendants of Africa still live among the Indian people and are spread throughout India within the Indian population. Some groups have retained many African words but most of the heritage has been left behind. Some Sidi live in Gujarat in western India. An exclusive Sidi settlement is in Jambur, a village in the Gir forest. In Jambur, they have kept their lineage of music and dance as their only link to Africa. Junagadh near Jamburis is another Sidi community in which musical instruments and their names have survived time and are known as “goma’.

Sidi have also settled in Murud on the western coast of Maharashtra. A Janjira fort located there  was once the stronghold of Abyssinian Sidi who played an important role in the history of Bombay (known now as Mumbai) in the 17th Century. These Sidi prospered as warriors and great sailors. This fort remains in Murud, a small fishing village, as well as a palace. The fort is open to tourists but the palace is not. Cannons can be seen and are still in tact. They are the cherished weapons of the Sidi which were built from five metals.

African-Kings-in-India  MALIK AMBAR (1550-1626), in the middle, was among the most famous among the Indo-African people. His original name was Shambu from Ethiopia. After Ambar’s arrival in India, he was able to raise a formidable army and achieve great power in western India in Amadnagar. He was a brilliant diplomat and administrator. 


SADAR SINGH (1880-1991) was a Maharaja (Sanskrit title for “great king”) of Jodhpur, or Marwar, a region of southwestern Rajasthan site in western India. Jodhpur, ruled by the descendants of the Rajputs, was founded in 1450. Saradar Singh succeeded as Maarajain in 1895 at the age of 15. His uncle, Maharaja Pratap, and a council of regency assisted him for the first three years until he reached 18. Singh and Pratap are very popular names in India to this day.

The ancestors of the Indo-African kings married within the elite Indian people. The royal Sidi and their descendants are largely integrated into the Muslim upper class. They are mostly farmers or unskilled workers  but some have become professional such as doctors, lawyers, and as businessmen.

 See: 4 African Kings Who Ruled India That Have Been Erased From History (The Pan African Alliance)



The word “planet” is derived from the Greek word meaning “wanderer”. At first thought, it is easy to define what a planet is; that is, a large and round body. However, after a second thought, it is thought how large and how round should an asteroid be before it becomes known as a planet, and /or how large can a planet be before it becomes a dwarf or a star?

A blog was written and posted by this author as of 8/17/2015 titled “Planets – Life is a Cosmic Phenomenon” in https://www.fay-louisekapec.com/blog. The information for this posting was channeled by Helen Schreiber as of 1973. It was published in Chapter 10 “Creation of Mankind-The Master Design” of the treatise “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”.  The twelve planets were identified in 1973 by a highly evolved Spirit Mentor “Double Star” as: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Charon, and the last planet was named Planet X or 2003UB313.

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) at a meeting in Prague in 2006, proposed there are twelve (12) planets in the Earth’s solar system instead of the nine (9) previously named. Ceres, Pluto’s moon Charon, and the UB313, also known as Xena, would join the traditional nine planets. This conclusion came after the “Union” redefined what a planet is. It included the smaller solar system bodies such as comets and asteroids. This then shall agree with the channeling of 1973.

The IAU now describes a planet as the following: “A planet is a celestial body that (1) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it  assured a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape, and (2) is in orbit around a star, and is neither a star nor a satellite of a planet”. Gravity is the determining factor. Nature decides whether or not an object is a planet”. According to the IAU, there are two conditions to be satisfied for an object to be called a “planet”; that is, the object must be in orbit around a star while not being itself a star, and the object must be large enough, or must be in orbit around a star while not being itself a star, and the object must be large enough, or more technically correct, massive enough, for its own gravity to pull it into a nearly spherical shape.

The IAU now names the twelve (12) planets in our Solar System as Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Charon, and 2003UB313 (or now named Xena). Pluto was officially named a planet as of 11/14/2019 and, at that time, became a fact. According to the 1973 channeling, this then fundamentally agrees with the IAU. The IAU further defines a planet for official use as a pluton. Plutons are distinguished from classical planets in that they reside in orbits around the Sun that take longer than 200 years to complete; that is, they orbit beyond Neptune. Plutons typically have orbits that are far from being perfectly circular (and yet can become circular over time). 

Also, in the 1973 channeling, it was shared that there are twelve (12) planets, not only in our solar system, but in other solar systems in other Universes. When a planet close to a Sun is formed, the last planet of the twelve planets implodes or disintegrates and breaks up into tiny particles and “feeds” or intermingles with the Universal Life Force or Electromagnetic Energy Force. Then eventually, over billions of years (maybe more), these particles come back to the Sun, and the Sun absorbs them. When the Sun has absorbed enough, the Sun gives birth to a new planet, and each planet moves into a new position. The central part (or core cell) of the new planet is pure white light. The core than expands and divides into another cell and is held together by the Universal Life Force. Not all imploded planets return to its Sun…some escape from its gravitational pull and are drawn into the next larger solar system. Eventually, over billions of years, the solar system in which the Earth is located shall be drawn into the next larger solar system and shall cease to exist. Does the “black hole” play a part in this?

The thought for the day is: Let no person pull you down low enough to hate them! Peace and blessings.



Atoms are particles in the makeup of the Universe. The word is derived from the Greek word “atomus” which means uncuttable or indivisible…”a” means “not” and “tomus” means “cut”. Atoms are almost clear in color. They are hard and cannot be divided or cut according to Democritus; however, this reasoning was dismissed in the late 1800s (see the explanation near the end of this post). Atoms were named by Democritus.

440px-Democritus2Democritus was born around 450BC and left the Earth around 90 years of age. He was born in ancient Anatolia in a Greek settlement now modern day Turkey. Reportedly he came from a noble wealthy family, and a Persian monarch gave his father, who marched for Persia in the Second Persian War, several Magi. Democritus was apparently instructed by these Magi (wise men) in astronomy and theology. The idea of atoms goes back to ancient Greece and this Greek philosopher.

Because of his wealth, Democritus was widely traveled and learned from many philosophers and scientists. Great scientists and thinkers would get together to discuss the Universe and Earth as expressed in the treatise “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”. At these meetings, for instance, Plato and Aristotle would also attack Democritus. Plato is also known to have been at a dinner party of his uncle and shared a story of Atlantis being sunk into the sea after a one-day catastophic rainfall. They all lived in the approximate age of 400BC. The study of atoms became the study of the Universe. They also philosophized on “truth”. Democritus not only perceived particles of matter as atoms, but that they also existed as “Soul” to him. He also perceived they were separated by “voids” in the Universe.

It was stated by Democritus that atoms were indestructible and always have been and always will be in motion. He also believed there are infinite numbers and kinds of atoms which differ in shape and are so small they cannot be seen by the naked eye. His theory on atoms was that  there was emptiness between atoms, and the Universe as composed of nothing but tiny atoms that came together to form larger units. He believed the existence of many worlds which were either in a state of growth or decay (exploding or imploding). Democritus is known as one of the founders of modern science because his methods and theories closely resemble those of modern astronomers and physicists. 

Greeks used mathematics and reason, not experiments, to describe atoms. Democritus was a pupil or disciple of Leucippus who was a Greek philosopher. Aristotle is known to have credited Leucippus with originating the theory of atomism; however, it is difficult to distinguish his contribution from that of his famous pupil Democritus. Leucippus originated the philosophy of particles but Democrtus worked on the project and named them atoms. These thinkers, with Democritus, believed that the solidity of a material corresponded to the shape of the atoms involved: that is, iron atoms are hard, water atoms are smooth and slippery, fire atoms are light and sharp, and air atoms are light and whirling. This reasoning was later elaborated by Renee Descartes and is a major example why Democritus is considered to be an early scientific thinker.

Democritus’ atomic theory can be summarized that the worlds were infinite, created, and perishable. However, nothing was created out of nothing, and that nothing was destroyed so as to become nothing…that the atoms were infinite both in magnitude and number, and were born about through the Universe in endless revolutions…and that, therefore, they produced all the combinations which are incapable of being affected or influenced by external circumstances and are unchangeable by reason of their solidity. These were the thoughts of Diogenes Laertius in “Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers”.

An atom is composed of tiny particles of neutrons, electrons, and protons. Protons and neutrons are in the center or nucleus and electrons fly around above in a small cloud. Human bodies are essentially made up of atoms consisting of hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen. Each cell is a small Universe.

Humanity’s understanding of the Universe has evolved over many thousands of years and has been the subject of ongoing discoveries. Almost a hundred years after Dalton argued for the existence of the indivisible atom, and at the same time as Einstein was providing a way to directly measure these atoms, Thomson and Rutherford discovered that the atom was NOT indivisible at all. Instead, it was made of even tinier bits.

Joseph John Rutherford discovered the negative charged particle electron and inner structure of atoms in 1897. He also examined the electromagnetic theory of light of James Clark Maxwell and introduced the concept of electromagnetic mass of a larger particle. Ernest Rutherford , a student of Thomson, found that the atom consists of mostly empty space with the center having a positive nucleus.

Dark Matter was discussed in the authors blog of 10/31/2010, Voids were discussed in a blog of 9/15/2015, and Atoms were discussed in a blog of 11/14/2015 under Superstring Theory. Scroll down to each of these dates on the website https://www.fay-louisekapec.com/blog/.


I hope everyone shall enjoy the holiday season with blessings.         Shanti, Shanti, Shanti !!!!




Space has always been taken for granted by Mankind thinking it is “emptiness” after all…a backdrop to keep everything else. Time also ticks on. But if physicists have learned anything, it is that space and time form a system of such staggering twists and turns that it may defy the most dedicated efforts to understand.

Albert Einstein saw what was coming in November 1916. A year earlier he had formulated his Unifield Field Theory or Spacetime Theory of Relativity. He theorized that gravity is not a force that widely spreads by itself through space but a feature of Spacetime itself. When a ball is thrown high into the air, it arcs back to the ground because Earth distorts the Spacetime around it so that the paths of the ball and the ground interact again. A friend of the author of this blog who lived in the area of Einstein’s home saw him throw a boomerang into the air. Was this another way for him to experiment? He also contemplated merging general relativity with his other brainchild…the Nascent Theory of Quantum Mechanics which deals with light diffraction to make an image 3 dimensional. It occurs when a wave meets an obstacle. The wave bends when meeting the obstacle. This theory has since become extinct.

As predicted by Einstein in 1916, a massive object-like Earth distorts Spacetime surrounding it. It is like a bowling ball that is dropped on a trampoline. The larger the objects, the more that Spacetime is distorted by that object. If a marble were circling around the bowling ball on the trampoline, the Gravitational Waves are rippled in Spacetime that travel outward from the source.

Einstein did not complete his Unified Field Theory before leaving this Earth. Even today, there are almost as many contending ideas for a Quantum Theory of gravity as scientists working on the idea. As the center of the idea is approached, a mathematical dead end arises…theorists cannot form a systematic path to a conclusive end because its time line ends there. The very Spacetime that would define the location of the uniqueness of the central gravity of the black hole ceases to exist. It is hoped that Quantum Theory could focus a microscope on that point and track what becomes of the material that falls in the hole (which could just keep going through) but it must have a proven formula.

A very similar difficulty occurred in the late 1800s when the mathematics of a “black body” was contemplated. The black body was thought of as a hole full of electromagnetic radiation. Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism predicted that such an object would absorb all the radiation that it impacts upon, and it could never come to be in balance with surrounding matter..it would absorb an infinite amount of heat from a reservoir maintained at a fixed temperature. In thermal terms, it would effectively have a temperature of absolute zero (discussed earlier in Part 1). This conclusion contradicted observations of real-life black bodies such as an oven. Following up on work by Planck, Einstein showed that a black body can reach a thermal balance. Even theories that set out to preserve a conventional idea of Spacetime, end up concluding that something is hidden behind the front of this featureless black hole and does hold a meaningful reality. Other scientists preceding and contributing to Einstein’s work are: Faraday, Helmholtz, and Maxwell mentioned above. In addition, Heinrich Hertz’s discovery of radio waves confirmed the theories of these three scientists (mentioned in the treatise I authored). . .”The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”

TED JACOBSEN Even in a vacuum, with no particles around, the  electromagnetic and other fields are internally entangled. Theodore (Ted) Jacobson, a theoretical physicist at the University of Maryland, is known for his work on the connection between gravity and thermodynamics. He proved that Einstein’s equations of describing gravity in his Field Theory can be derived from thermodynamic consideration. In 1995, he argued that entanglement provides a link between the presence of matter and the geometry of Spacetime…which is gravity; that is, stiffer or a more rigid force in Spacetime. Dr. Jacobson is currently researching dark energy and cosmic explanation. He wrote “Thermodynamics of Spacetime: The Einstein Equation of State”.  

Scientists shall continue work on a black hole theory and the dynamic solution of the merging of thermodynamics which is the relationship of all forms of energy. Understanding the Universe in order to truly understand the force of Spirit within it is a final goal.

For the US readers, please enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday. Do not eat too much turkey…remember this meat makes a person sleepy.TURKEY