Who Are Yazidis ? Are Yazidis Hindu ?What Are The Similarities Between Yazidi And Hindu?

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  1. Hindu

    Hindu Member Staff Member

    Yazidis constitute population of 7,00,000 people around the world and the majority of them live in the northern zone of Iraq. after doing some research I am pretty sure that aside; so are the descendants of Hindus as they have many similarities with Hindus and there seems to be connected with them, Listed below are a few points: Yazidis have pyramid shaped temples gopura which is similar to the Hindu temples

    Females light lamps both among yazidis and hindus

    Yazidis kiss a peacock shaped lamp and similarly Hindus light a peacock shaped lamp.

    Melek Taus is worshiped by Yazidis men and its done by burning fire as shown in the picture, similarly Hindus do yajnaandhavan to worship gods as shown in the picture:

    Yazidi mural which can be seen the wall of the holy Lalish temple shows some historical similarity with Hindus as You can see saree in the picture which is part of the Indian Hindu culture.


    Yazidis originated in India, they worship Peacock Angel Tawsi Melek (Peacocks are not found in or around Middle east).
    The Hindus know Tawsi Melek as Murugan, the legendary son of Shiva and Shakti. Among his numerous alternate titles are Skanda, Sanat Kumara, Karttikeya, and Subramaniya. Like the Yezidis Tawsi Melek, the Hindu Murugan is the king of the universe and moves through his domain as a young boy astride a peacock, or simply as a peacock. Murugan’s identity as one of seven angelic beings is manifest within some Hindu scriptures that refer to him as Sanat Kumara, the leader of the Seven Kumaras. Yezidis believe in One GOD who created the world and entrusted it into the care of seven Holy Beings , the prominent one being Peacock Angel. The Lalish Yazidi temple has the snake symbol at the entrance of the temple which is quite similar to Subrahmanya (avatar of snakes) and is worshipped in Pooja related to snakes for example in Naag Panchami Though Yazidis are mostly unaware of their heritage and history. Note: Pictures in the article is not directly or indirectly owned by me, i have taken them from the internet and from various websites

    Yazidi unlike Hindus have yellow sun which symbolizes 21 rays and likewise number 21 is said to be very scared to Ganesha followers


    Yazidis also use Aarti plates unlike Hindus do


    Yazidis unlike Hindus believe in reincarnation concept and this birth cycle is part of Hindus as well as yazidis Even after living in Muslim dominated area of the middle east yazidis do not circumcise unlike the Hindus , it may not be the strongest reason to prove my point but it gives a push to prove my point Yazidis unlike Hindus pray with folded hands.
  2. Hindu

    Hindu Member Staff Member

    Yazidis pray at the time of sunrise as well as at time sunset, just like the Hindus do and they both face towards the sun while praying Yazidis also have a symbol unlike Tilak ( putting color on forehead ) which is followed among Hindus and yazidis get marked on the forehead unlike Hindus as shown in the picture below:

    Apart from the similarities listed in the post there are many more similarities between both and below are few more pictures that will help in understanding the Similarities Between Yazidi And Hindu


    Here is another picture that will help in understanding whether yazidis are Hindus or not



    Thanks and regards
    "The Hindu Forum"
  3. Speechless world

    Speechless world New Member

    March 08, 2015
    Demonstration held by the Yezidi women in Mount Shingal/Sinjar on the occasion of International Women's Day, The Yezidis are appealing to the international community and international human rights organizations to move their conscience toward the law, humanitarian and toward the rights of women and children to liberate the abducted Yezidi women and children those, who are still held are being raped and sold by Islamic State terrorist organizations…
  4. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    After 229 days in ISIS captivity, 34 Yezidis were able to escape from the ISIS hell in Shingal this morning.
    Pictures are shown below:



  5. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    <<<<<<< Easy Facts About Yezidis >>>>>>

    In Yezidism, after death the body is washed. The body is buried immediately thereafter, the head pointing east and the face turned toward the north star. They are buried in conical tombs with hands crossed and dressed in all white

    Every Yezidi family have a Shaykh, a Pir (spiritual guide), a hosta, a mentor and a brother and sister for the afterlife

    Yezidis use soil and holy water as medicine from around the tomb of Sheikh ‘Adî in Iraq is sometimes used for healing illnesses. The Sheikhs and Pyirs perform healing rituals as one of their regular functions

    Yezidis get a mark placed on forehead with holy soil during prayers and holidays.
    They also receive “Barat” (a holy soil from SheikhAdi tomb or Lalish) for protection and holiness

    Most Yezidi religious texts have been passed on exclusively by oral tradition, such as by Kawwals (priests) visiting and telling stories, myths and spiritual religious to villagers

    Yazidis kiss a peacock shaped lamp remembering the Peacock Angel, TwasiMelek

    Yazidi temple at Lalish has black snake symbol at the entrance. Black snake is very symbolic, Yezidis believed the black snake saved Noah from drowning during the flood

    Yezidis holy books, the Black Book, was stolen by the British in colonial times and is being kept somewhere in London

    The Yezidis are prohibited wearing colour blue clothing, because it links to TwasiMelek, because TwasiMelek selected this colour for himself.

    Yazidis celebrate thanksgiving on regularly daily basis. Every meal is cooked by a Yazidi household, a plate of that food is given away to the Neighbour or to a villager in thanks to mother nature for her abundances. The plate is never supposed to be returned empty.

    Married Yazidis have bridesmaid and best man called Sister/brother of the after life

    Yazidis holy day is Wednesdays

    Yazidis priests wear all white

    Yazidis three golden rules:
    1. Rasti (truth). Every Yezidi should be truthful, should protect himself/herself from lies. He/she should stand behind his/her word and decision and always see the truth, say the truth and defend the truth.
    2. Nasin (knowledge). This implies to being conscious. In other words, every Yezidi should know himself/herself, his/her environment and should have a strongly andpositively motivated belief.
    3. Shermi (Shame). This means to stay away from wrongdoing. A person, who has the sense of shame and shyness, will never do things to be later discredited. To hold their head high and to remain clean are the feelings which are of importance to the Yezidis.

    Yazidis believe that God is ONLY kind. God acts alone and does not have an evil partner.

    Yezidism acknowledge that every religion reflects a truth.

    Yezidism maintains that every religion reflects a truth.

    Yazidis believe it is better if everybody cater for their own religion and should be free to exercise their beliefs.

    Yazidis do not preach their religion but preserve it among themselves.

    The Yazidis respect all religions and expect the same from the all religions.

    At the end of each of their prayer, the Yazidis asks of their God to give blessings for humanity at large first and then to the Yazidis.

    Each Yazidi village has their own spiritual house lord (Khodan) and they make Pilgrimage to the house annually, where the towns people dress up in fine clothes and celebrate all day long.

    Yazidis love alcoholic beverages.

    Yazidis are nicknamed as Sun-greeters

    Yazidis religiously rely on the abundance of Mother Nature's natural resources and have many rituals dedicated to earth. Such as, the Yazidis believe that when Earth accepted humanity to live on her body God made spring as a Thank You by adorning Earth in flowerets.

    Yazidis believe in and practice the universal humanistic principals.

    The Yazidis are world's best agriculturists and shepherds. They understand Earth's language, Gratitude.

    Yazidis believe in reincarnations

    Yazidis have more festivals than the days in the calendars. There is something to celebrate on any given day.

    Traditional Yazidi weddings lasts 7 days.

    Yazidis are creationists.

    Yazidis believe there are 7 dimensions to our reality

    Yazidis believe in the power of making good deeds.

    Yezidis pray three times a day. The Sunrise, Midday and Sunset by facing the sun and each prayer is. After they complete their prayer, they kiss the soil.

    Yazidis have Lalish Valley as their holy place of worship

    Yazidis celebrate Easter called "Sere Sal". Autumn Seven Days, Fasting 3 days in December

    !!!!!!!!!! More truth about Yezidis !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    The Yazidis are Men, Women, and Children of our human family. They are not different more than you and I.

    The Yezidis have engraved this principal within their thinking about life; “When you kill someone, you kill yourself”.

    Water, fire, wind, and other elements are considered sacred symbols of the freedom of life here on earth according to Yazidism.

    The Yazidis are falsely labelled in the Middle East as “Devil-Worshippers” because they do not believe in any evil spirits or the devil. This means, the Yazidis wholeheartedly believe that God is and can only be good and any evil thinking or actions only symbolizes a struggle between good and evil in the human mind. A person’s behavior represents his own soul as created by God. Life on earth is a test.

    The Yazidi believe that evil thinking is the understanding of separation, where as one might come to a conclusion we are not connected but yet, we all breath the same air, drink the same water, walk on the same earth. If the understanding of life where everything is sacred and important to the creation of existence is practiced then intellect conquers the soul, then human is good.

    Yazidis are a peaceful community who practices universal humanistic principals. As noted by scholars of lost civilization the "Yazidis are an essential piece of the puzzle regarding human history and there they must be protected."

    Yezidis new born baby are kept inside home for 40 days and 40 nights called "chilroj" "40 days"
    Yezidis have strong purity taboos: marrying outside of the group, having excessive contact with non-Yazidis, wearing blue clothing, eating lettuce or spitting on the ground
    Yezidis Boys are frequently circumcised by an Yezidis caste
    Yezidi children are baptized at birth
    Yezidi males have only one wife
    Yezdis are a very small ethnic and religious minority.There are only 700,000 Yezidis in the world, and 500,000 of Yezidis live in Northern of Iraq
    The Yezidi speak primarily Kurdish langauge except in some areas like the villages of Bashika and Bashane where they speak a dialect of Arabic with some words of Turkish and Kurdmaji
    Yezidis use the term 'zid' or 'z'd' to refer to themselves.
    Yezidis main holy site is in Mosul, Iraq.
    Yezidis follow two holy books: Kit'ba Cilwe (Book of Revelation) and The Mishefa Reş (The Black Book).

    Yezidis Superstitions:

    If Left eardrum is ringing, it means that someone is talking bad about you

    Putting a knife or scissor under your pillow at night helps keep ghosts away

    Wearing a small blue jewelry or the "Evil Eye” jewelry helps keep away bad spirits and wards off evil eye

    Hiccups in ancient times were telltale that you had stolen something

    You can’t spill hot water on the ground for it disturbs the ghosts

    You cannot whistle at night because it wakes the ghosts up

    It is bad luck to shower on Wednesday nights because that is when the spirits come home

    If you eat burnt bread you will find money

    If you wake up at night due to bad dreams you must say “Ya-Sheshems” three times or you will have more nightmares

    If a newborn child has a blue vein on their forehead it means the mother will have a baby boy next time

    Myths: Peacock Angel symbolizes as “evil eye” shows up in one form or another found in every cultural and religion.
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  6. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member


    Tawsi Melek and Sanat Kumara: The Kundalini Serpent

    As Skanda, Seyon and Agni, Sanat Kumara is the Kundalini Serpent. Skanda has "Kan" or Can in the name, which is the universal word for Serpent. Skanda emerged from Shiva, the Infinitie Consciousness, as the Kundalini Fire that created this universe. He was the buring hot semen of Shiva that brought the universe into existence.

    Tawsi Melek is also the Kundalini Serpent and fire of creation. In Egypt the fiery Phoenix who came from the Land of Fire and created the cosmos was also a peacock. In Tibet, the peacock eyes and crowns worn by Tibetan Buddhis deities are said to represent the fire that these deities emerged from. The seven red feathers on the body of Tawsi Melek repesent the Peacock Angel as the Cosmic Fire that is the synthesis of the Seven Rays.
  7. Aum

    Aum New Member

    The Yezidis and the Sharia (Islamic law); Kurdistan an Islamic state?

    The draft of the Constitution of the Kurdish region in northern Iraq provides in Art. 6 that this Constitution considers the principles of Islamic Sharia as a main source of legislation. It reaffirms respect for religious minorities, but immediately adds:

    "It is not allowed to adopt a law that is inconsistent with any provision of the foundations of Islam."

    Thus, the Kurdish constitution do not present a free democratic basic order, such as Germany. No law may contradict the Sharia. The Yezidis, and also other religious minorities and atheists must be subordinated to these regulations, even if their worldview and religious commandments contradict this. Thus Kurdistan do not separate Islam and the state, as the modern states do to ensure neutrality and freedom of religion. Even freedom will only be guaranteed, when it coincides with the Sharia. Therefore, no liberal constitutional order is present, that only sets limits of freedom, if freedom is affected by another. Thus, for example, in a free democratic basic order apostasy (blasphemy) is not illegal because it does not interfere with the freedom of other persons. In countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, they will be punished with death.

    What position do the Sharia commend in Serfedin? (the Yezidi faith)
    The sacred texts of the Yezidis lead us with respect to the Yezidi collective memory of the Sharia. In Serfedin is the Sharia abhorred as the most evil. Sharia is used in the sacred texts as a synonym for a lie, as the worst evil known on earth, from which it applies to free himself. The "supporters of Sharia" as it is called in the sacred texts are vile, vicious and fanatical people who should not be trusted under any circumstances.

    In the Creed of the Yezidis it is stated:

    "We are happy to keep us away from the Sharia"

    History illustrates how horrible life was for the Yezidis under the sharia of their neighbors (Ottomans, Arabs, Kurds, etc.) That the Sharia is so strong repulsive in their sacred texts is not surprising.

    And now the Yezidis should subdue an Islamic state, called Kurdistan? Alone for religious reasons Yezidis can not be part of a State, whose law is based on Sharia. The only solution is that the Yezidis get their own autonomy and self-management. Then the Kurds can do whatever they want with their Sharia state.

    Translated from "Die Geschichte der Eziden":
  8. Aum

    Aum New Member

    More Truth about Yezidis
    Yezidis are different in religion, and had their own separate unique culture, language and political structures they become as victims of various forces that transverse the Middle East over the past 6,000 years. Yet they survive to this day.

    Yezidis are not Kurds, but Kurds were Yezidis at one time. However, today the Kurds which comprise a nationality are not the same as the Yezidis, although they speak the same language.

    Yezidis believe in one God without any companion, and the seven Angels. Most of Kurds have become Muslims and were deprived from their Yezidi religion and origins, many by force.

    The Yezidis have preserved their religion in spite of the horror of massacres, expulsions and assimilation and forced conversion.This point is important in that the Yezidis today are an independent people, religion and culture. They should be recognized as such and protected. They are an important part of our past.

    Yezidis were there at the very beginning of human civilization. Above all they are survivors. There are according to some authorities 650,000 to a million Yezidis today.

    Let us hope that the Yezidis continue to thrive and prosper in the 21st Century as they are an important part of our history and of humanity. To lose the Yezidis is to lose part of our own human heritage.

    Yezidis greatest wish is to simply be left alone and treated fairly but because of their location Kurds and Arabs tend to exploit their religious peculiarity. They're defined as 'takfiri' i.e. infidels, and even worse than Christians because they’re not “People of the Book”

    Facts about Yezidis

    Yezidism is an oral religion, with no texts, formal doctrine, theology or religious education, therefore ritual plays a paramount part in keeping alive religion and community spirit

    Yezidis carry Sanjak known the most important sacred object is the image, or as they call it the sanjak, of Tawusi Melek image, the Peacock Angel fashioned in bronze or copper

    Today modern Yezidi communities, especially in the Diaspora, seem to be embracing the image of the peacock as a symbol of Yezidi identity, religion and culture, of “Yezidiness” in one word

    Many Yezidi publications in the Diaspora, and most Yezidi websites now carry the image of the peacock

    Yezidis religious dignitaries are dressed in white, the colour of Yezidi religion, represents purity. It is also said that formerly all Yezidis used to dress in white, to denote the purity of their (religious) path.

    Older people from the isolated Sinjar mountain, especially women, still dress in all-white dresses.

    Religious dignitaries also wear a black girdle, rista, died black with a substance made from the sacred zerguz tree, and a red belt across their chest

    Some Yezidi myth recount that when Adam’s material body was created, God requested that the Angel Jibrail (Gabriel) enter it to give it a soul.

    Jibrail accepted only on condition that he could wear the red belt and white headgear (today also worn by religious dignitaries) Other versions claim that he demanded to wear the khirqe.
  9. Hindu

    Hindu Member Staff Member

    The Yezidis New Year, Ser Sal “Charshma Sor” and Hindu's New Year are in the same Month of April.

    Yezidis : New Year starts on 15th of April.
    Assam : New Year starts on 14th or 15th of April.
    Bengal : New Year starts on 14th or 15th April.
    Tamil Nadu : New Year starts on 13th or 14th of April.
    Punjab : New Year starts on 13th April.

    The Yezidis:

    The Yezids believe that April 15 commemorates that Tawsi Melek first came to earth in order to calm the planet’s quaking and spread his peacock colours throughout the world. Part of the New Year celebration is the coloring of eggs, which collectively represent Tawsi Melek’s rainbow colors that he blessed the world with and displays in his form of the Peacock Angel. The eggs are principally colored red, blue, green and yellow. Yezidi women also place blood-red flowers and shells of the coloured eggs above the doors of the Yezidis so that Tawsi Melek can recognize their abodes.

    The Hindus:

    Hindus light oil lamps and decorate the house with auspicious flowers those with the color like pink, red, purple or yellow. Rangoli design is also an attractive part of New Year decorations. Indians get up early in the morning, take bath and wear new clothes. They bring home deities of Goddess Laxmi (Goddess of wealth) and Lord Ganesha. Prayers are offered and parsed is distributed among the family members. At the time of New Year, gifts and sweets are exchanged with each other. People consider this festival to be an auspicious time to begin New Year.

    Great Simple Truth about Yezidis

    Yezidis believe that God first created TawsiMelek from his own (God's) illumination (Ronahî) and the other six archangels were created later.

    God ordered TwasiMelek not to bow to other beings. Then God created the other archangels and ordered them to bring him dust, soil (Ax) from the Earth (Erd) and build the body of Adam.

    Then God gave life to Adam from his own breath and instructed all archangels to bow to Adam.

    The archangels obeyed except for TwasiMelek. In answer to God, TawsiMelek replied, "How can I submit to another being! I am from your illumination while Adam is made of dust.”

    Then God praised him and made him the leader of all angels and his deputy on the Earth. (This probably furthers what some see as a connection to the Islamic Shaytan, as according to the Quran, he too refused to bow to Adam at God's command, though in this case it is seen as being a sign of Shaytan's sinful pride.)

    The Yazidis believe that TwasiMelek is the representative of God on the face of the Earth and comes down to the Earth on the first Wednesday of Nisan (April). Yazidis hold that God created TwasiMelek on this day and celebrate it as New Year's Day.

    Yazidis argue that the order to bow to Adam was only a test for TwasiMelek, since if God commands anything then it must happen. (Bibe, dibe). In other words, God could have made him submit to Adam, but gave TwasiMelek the choice as a test.

    Yezidis believe that their respect and praise for TwasiMelek is a way to acknowledge his majestic and sublime nature.
    This idea is called "Knowledge of the Sublime" (Zanista Ciwaniyê).

    One of the key creation beliefs held by Yazidis is that they are the descendants of Adam. It depends on the humans, themselves, as to which they choose. In this process, their devotion to TwasiMelek is essential, since it was he who was given the same choice between good and evil by God, and chose the good.

    >>>>> More Simple truth about Yezidis <<<<<

    Nishans literally means “signs,” are small metal objects belonging to Sheikh and Pîr families (caste).

    They both denote the special descent or the family and are held to possess supernatural powers themselves.

    Sheikhs and Pîrs are the hereditary castes of religious leaders. Both words mean “elder” in Arabic and Kurdish respectively.

    Each Yezidi must have a Sheikh and a Pîr, which probably reflects the influence of Sufism and its master-teacher relations on Yezidism.

    According to Yezidi belief, their ancestors were holy beings "khas" possessing the divine essence or sirr (literally “secret.”)

    From these ancestors they have inherited their leading position and certain miraculous powers, as well as the so-called “signs,” small metal objects of great sanctity.

    These signs are usually fixed onto special bags, which contain sacred dust balls, or berats, taken from the earth around the grave of Sheikh Adi in Lalish.

    These berats are believed to possess great powers, bringing blessing and protection to the household. They are also used in curing rituals.

    Berats are made from earth soil from Lalish and holy water

    ^^^^^ Yezidis moustache ^^^^^

    Yezidis are forbidden to cut their moustache and in the past Yezidi men were distinguishable by their extra large moustaches.

    Having a moustache is still universal among Yezidis, even though younger ones often cut their moustaches short, thereby drawing criticism from more traditional people

    The injunction to have a moustache is taken less seriously among the Yezidis of Turkey and the Caucasus.

    Religious dignitaries, Feqirs and Qewwals must not cut their beard or moustache

    !!!!!!! More about Yezidis !!!!!!!

    Wearing the Tausi Melek thread on wrest. This thread is prayed and blessed in Iraq. The red thread is for the heart which is love and the white thread is for Purity which is peace

    The Three Day Fast of December is one all Yezidis are expected to observe. Fasting occurs from dawn until sunset, and the nights are given to feasting, merry making and some prayer. As for the Eda Roji, the holiday, It is held on the first Friday of December, according to the Oriental calendar

    Yezidi is one of the oldest religions in the Middle East and has suffered from discrimination, oppression, and have been subjected to many genocide attempts, mainly due to their different beliefs and culture

    During the festive week Sept 23- Oct 1, baptisms of Yezidi children and the purification of holy objects occur at the Zemzem (holy water) and the water of the White Spring. I

    Yazidis prayer

    The testimony of my faith:

    "God is one. Tawus Melek is truly God's chosen one on earth.
    Sheikh Adi, our teacher, sent by the one God through Tawus Melek.

    Tawus Melek is my testimony and my faith;
    he seals my heart, and feeds my soul with the pure teaching of God.

    The sun is the direction I stand
    during the time of morning prayer as it rises in the east.

    Praise God and honor to Tawus Melek!
    There is no Mahdi but Isa;

    Sheikh Adi has taught this to us.

    Dear God, distance us from the evil ones and all those you have rejected, and preserve and safe keep the true community of Yazids in all parts of the world.

    We are grateful, Lord for your protection,
    and ask you to protect this country in which we reside.

    Praise God and honor to Tawus Melek!"
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  10. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    Yazidis are a peaceful community who practices universal humanistic principals. As noted by scholars of lost civilization the "Yazidis are an essential piece of the puzzle regarding human history and they must be protected."
    Yezidis traditionally believe in the reincarnation or the transmigration of souls, which they liken to changing clothes so that the soul can attain spiritual purification. Its's impossible for outsiders to convert to Yezidism – one must be born a Yezidi.

    The Cosmology of the Creation of the Universe by Tawsi Melek was anciently taken around the world. Indigenous names were then inserted into it to replace the Peacock Angel, such as Enki, Dionysus, Quetzlcoatl, etc. Here is a synthesis of cosmologies from various cultures that essentially say the same thing.

    1. Before the Creation there existed only the Supreme Being.

    The Yezidis believe in the existence of a solitary Supreme Being leading up to the creation of the universe. Their belief of a Supreme Being is shared by many cultures. In India, this solitary Supreme Being is known as Brahman or Shiva. In the pre-Creation Phase the Supreme Being is also known in India as Narayana, the sleeping deity who rides upon the back of the Serpent Shesa. In this symbolical scenario the Cosmic Ocean represents the un-manifest energy that is destined to become a vast sea of physical energy in the Creation Phase, and the Serpent Sesha represents the coiling and spiraling form that the manifest energy is destined to assume. All this will occur when the sleeping Narayana awakens to begin a new cycle of creation. The Quiche Maya pre-creation scenario is similar to that of the Hindus with one exception; there is no sleeping figure of the Supreme Being. Instead, only the Serpent Quetzlcoatl, the blue-green Plumed Serpent is mentioned as floating upon the face of the Cosmic Ocean while the existence of the Supreme Being is implicit. The Hebrews are consistent with the Mayan scenario and refer to their Primal Serpent as the Elohim that “Moved upon the Face of the Waters.” -Mark Amaru Pinkham

    2. At the Beginning of Time the Supreme Being “awoke.”

    When the Supreme Being “awoke” from his long slumber he initiated the creation of the universe. His awakened consciousness emanated a stimulating light that catalyzed the physical manifestation of the Cosmic Ocean and its Primal Dragon occupant. In relation to this Creation Phase the Yezidis maintain that Tawsi Melek – their version of the Primal Dragon - was born from the Light emanations of the Supreme Being. Similarly, the Quiche Maya record in their “Popul Vuh,” that as Quetzlcoatl the Primal Dragon came forth as “an ever increasing light” – an event that is ostensibly echoed in Genesis wherein the Elohim proclaim “Let there be Light, and there was Light.” Hindu cosmology describes this Creation Phase as the Spirit Narayana awakening and catalyzing through his light the manifestation of the physical Cosmic Ocean of energy that moves in the spiraling shape of the Serpent Shesha.

    3. The Creation Phase of the Universe is often represented as a Cosmic Egg that floats upon the Cosmic Ocean.
    Many ‪‎cosmologies‬ maintain that the physical Primal ‪‎Dragon‬ was born from a Cosmic Egg or Pearl that emerged in the Cosmic Ocean of physical energy. Within this Cosmic Egg or Pearl was the Primal Dragon whose material body would expand to become the fabric of the universe. From a western cosmological perspective, the egg or pearl corresponds to the first primal point of matter that expanded or exploded as the Big Bang.
    The Mishefa Re, The Yezidis’ “Black Book” given them by Tawsi Melek, asserts that the first physical manifestation of the Supreme Being was a white pearl, that he entered as its essence. In the Chinese tradition the pearl, which is made through the union of water and fire inside of an oyster shell, is a manifestation of the androgynous Dragon.
    The appearance of the Cosmic Egg is a theme found in the cosmology of the Greek Pelasgians or “Sea People,” who imagined its appearance to be the result of the union of two Primal ‪‎Serpents‬, a male and a female, that moved through the Cosmic Waters. After the ‪‎Cosmic‬ Egg was created the male serpent, Ophion, coiled around it until it hatched and took the form of the Three Worlds.

    ( More truth about Yezidis )

    The stylized peacock motif that is found in many Yezidi temples is the form that Tawsi Melek assumed when creating the universe, the stages of which are delineated within it.

    Both the inner blue body of the peacock, as well as the yellow solar disc behind it, represent the Supreme Being from which the Cosmic Peacock emanates. The three feathers on the head of the peacock denote the universal Trinity (father, mother, son, etc.), as well as the Three Primary Great Angels, and the trinity of powers that are wielded by the Cosmic Peacock: creation, preservation and destruction. T

    he seven red feathers denote both the Seven Great Angels that are part of Tawsi Melek, as well as the seven spirits that inhabit the Seven Astrological Planets of the Solar System, and the Seven Days of the Week.

    The twelve feathers that surround the peacock represent the Twelve Months of the Year as well as the twelve parts of the Primal Dragon or Cosmic Peacock that become the Twelve Zodiacal Signs, the “Circle of Animals.”

    The circle or ball that the Cosmic Peacock stands upon is both the Cosmic “Pearl” that the Supreme Being originally inhabited as well as the symbol for Earth, the planet that Tawsi Melek landed upon and gave both life and color to. Tawsi Melek- Sanat Kumara then made Earth his own and became its king.

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