Part – II

Ire of gods and sorrow of souls

Section 2: Gods admonish

Siva, Lonkha and Blei

A brave idolized Blei in his own image  

Blei is god in Khasi language wherein idol means blei-thaw or god-making.  I collected the oldest idol of the Indian god during a fieldwork of Kachchh, accidentally. I brought home a massive Paleolithic tool form a hill feature south-east of Haji-pir.  It is a hand axe dating back half a million years ago.

On a close examination I discovered it to be a blei-thaw and a deliberately carved lateral profile of   a human face with low fore head.  Men were low-forehead then, and a brave hunter making   stone-tools carved deliberately a humanoid face of his god of hunting –  Hanuman (cover page). He made the blei-thaw by adding the profile of nose and chin in an Acheulean tool.  He was god Bajrong Blei or Powerful God. He is adapted as Bajrang Bali among Hindus of the day and mentioned as Bali in Rigved.

God created man in his own image tells scripture. Is it so? Or did a brave hunter of bygone past make a blei-thaw conceiving god in his own image and modifying his un-finished hand axe to depict him?

Whatsoever the fact, Bajrong Blei is an active and powerful god of valor, I noticed while handling the last leg of Buddhist Tantra related to whore Amrapali. I saluted the deity and availed massive quantum of energy from  him between June 3 and 6, 2008 to consume and finish the witch-like Tantrist female named Amrapali of sixth century BC. Goddess Lonkha was his equal partner to help me in my operations against the Tantrist  whore of Vaishali.

Bajrong Blei or Bajrang Bali is powerful god of valor in my perception and as readily available for help as god Siva. People commonly worship the deity as monkey-god Hanuman these days. Thanks to an idiotic appreciation of word bynnar (man) of Khasi language as van-nar (forest-man) in Sanskrit initially. It contracted later as vanar (monkey).  Hanuman is a Sanskrit speaking  man in Ramayana of  Valmiki