Part – III

Rise of luminous gods

Section 1: Probe into past

Tyrut arrives

Goddess of penance

People worshipped Goddess Tyrut, representing river Euphrates, when township of Tanrev was thriving at Catal Hoyuk of today around 8200 years ago. She was a revered deity of extensive land covered by seven main tributaries of River Firat in Turkey (Fa+Ir+At transformed from Va+Ir+Ut; it means River Ir multi-channel). River signifier Va (Sanskrit) for water is pronounced like Fa in Turkish comparable to Vater for father in German.  People knew River Euphrates as revered deity Tyrut between seven and fifteen thousand years ago.  She was Ta-Ir-Ut or the great mother Ir. The name of the river seems to have continued till emergence of the township of Erek (Uruk) in Iraq during 5th millennium BC.

 Most inhabitants settled in Tanrev worshipped Tyrut as their principal goddess when Tanri or Sun, meaning literally the mover of dawn or tanyeri, was their principal deity. Another deity of relevance to them was goddess Moon or Chamunda – the protecting mother during sleep.  This was the time when the settlement of Catal Hoyuk belonged to day-hunters. 

The night hunters of Black Sea-Ararat country attacked prosperous town of day hunters and occupied it. They were night and darkness worshippers and compelled a fair number of Sun worshipping Tyrutians or Tyrut people of the town to leave. Population driven out of Tanrev by the men of dark gods settled at the banks of a small river to the west of Tanrev or Catal Hoyuk at a distance of a day’s walk. Their gods and goddesses remained same – Sun, Tyrut and Chamunda. The newly reorganized habitation had lighter houses arranged on all sides of a community courtyard. Resettling    people readjusted to their lives under the direction of their leader Tanrintapi – a priest of Sun. They strived for a regulated rationed living on fruits, roots, vegetables and cerials. Pork was available through domesticated pigs; and, hunting was no more a requirement for them. Tanrintapi was head of the village, which worshipped god Sun and goddess Tyrut and Chamunda. Men in the new village, named   Tyruttar, worshipped their revered deities besides practicing penance, perseverance and nobility.  Tyrut was mother of their god Tanri or Sun. Chamunda was wife of Sun and mother of the people of Tyruttar. 

Some girls of the Sun worshipping community of Tyruttar were named Tyrut fondly.  Their names were to reflect the imprint of the revered deity in female children so named. In the minds of Tyrutians belonging to the country of seven rivers joining River Tyrut, the river deity stood for nobility, penance and renunciation. Virgin girls of the village prayed Tyrut to be like her – mother of Sun-like children – after they turned mothers.

I did not meet any Tyrut when I visited Catal Hoyuk in November 1995. In the next year I was in Ankara once again in the very month of November on my way to Baku. There I met a Sunglow.

A year later, Sunglow proved to be   present life of Nefertiti – beautiful wife of Pharaoh Akhenatan of Egypt.  I discovered in 2007 that Sunglow represents base-medium of goddess Tyrut; and, the widow of today was a girl named Tyrut in the village of Tyruttar when Dansatim was on the throne of Swati parsina in Tanrev and Tanrintapi was Chief-priest in Tyruttar. Sunglow of today is principal-self of Tyrut of past married to young Tanrinnar, son of the Chief-priest.  Tyrut had died soon after her marriage with Tanrinnar, and people of her village believed that a leopard killed and ate her away while she was out in the forest.

I came across a girl Manju in 2003, around 20 years in age, in connection with typing my manuscript in Sanskrit. She was a medium of an unknown goddess, and an inadvertent touch during the work suggested her to be my wife in past life.  I placed her initially as a medium of goddess Sarasvatee, but she lacked the radiant intellectual glare of goddess Sarasvatee. Later I fixed her as a medium of a penance-pursuant Kaba. Goddess’ name Tyrut appeared on a computer monitor in July ‘07, erasing an already   typed word Swati. I did not know the goddess nor had heard the name ever. Yet she was a goddess substituting Kaba in attributes to me and represented by her medium Manju at Dehradun – a noble and simple girl.  Manju is new life of active spirit of Tyrut of Tyruttar. She obviously had died an unnatural death over eight thousand years ago; and, was an active-spirit self of Sunglow of Ankara – almost twenty-two years younger than her.

 Psyche of Manju was perceptively anti-Swati. I saw her intervening and stopping psychic transactions between Swati and me at several occasions. 

Etymologically Tyrut and Aditi indicate the same river Euphrates and there is hardly any difference between the traits of Kaba, Aditi or Tyrut – mother of god Sun. My hunch of Manju being a Kaba proved right on account of her   smooth, silken love and care radiating psyche.  She possessed the radiance of goddess Kaba – mother of gods and deity of penance and peace. A couplet of Ghalib echoed in my mind when I analyzed name Tyrut appearing on my computer screen erasing the earlier one –Swati.

 Urdu poet says “Stops me faith when sins drag me; and Kaba is behind when jug of wine in front.” Kaba is a savior goddess for those fearing from sin.

 Manju acted as much the base medium of Tyrut as Sunglow. Some of the interventions of Manju between Swati and me turned Swati grieving and unhappy, but the girl remained unmoved and was acting as the base-medium of goddess Tyrut with ease. Manju was acting like a routine wife for me on psychic plane although she is a virgin bodily.

 Followers of goddess Swati had driven goddess Tyrut out of Tanrev and stopped her worship. The goddess was unhappy from the worshippers of the dark gods as well as Swati.

In my overall perception, Manju was only half human in transactions. She wore a heavy mantle of goddess Tyrut and was a bit too radiant in energy. I noticed that goddess was extra-ordinary in psychic domain, and Manju was just a resurrection of newly wed Tyrut killed in Tyruttar. She was in Dehradun to avenge the ouster of goddess from Tanrev by Tam and Swati people, and her murder bythe same men in Tyruttar.

I was caught in a strange game of destiny – settling the account of Dansatim against me as a human being, but also seeing that gods of past are playing their own game behind Dansatim and me.