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The Wisdom Bringers — A New Video from Sakro Sawel

The wisdom bringer Osiris

A depiction of the Egyptian god Osiris, one of the great wisdom bringers mentioned in the video below. Relief from the temple of Seti I, Egypt. Photo by H. Grobe [CC BY 3.0], from Wikimedia Commons. Cropped.

Ancient legends, sacred texts, and cultural narratives from around the world speak of great wisdom bringers who in the ancient past established civilization and the Religion of the Sun around the world after a great flood disrupted life on the planet.

Some of these historical wisdom bringers included the Egyptian gods Thoth, Horus, and Osiris, Odin / Wotan of the Norse and Germanic cultures, Votan / Viracocha / Quetzalcoatl of Central and South America, Svarog in the Slavic tradition, and Manu in the Vedic civilization. Oftentimes the stories about these wisdom bringers, their appearance, entourage, way of being, their wisdom and supernatural abilities, their message, and ultimately their legacy bear remarkable similarities.

In this new video from Sakro Sawel, Lara Atwood discusses some of these similarities as well as the wisdom bringers’ mission and legacy:

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About the author

Jenny Belikov

Jenny Belikov is a researcher and practitioner of the ancient religion of the sun and the Managing Editor for The Spiritual Sun, where she also researches and writes about ancient sacred sites; spiritual texts and practices; the latest discoveries in archeology, archeoastronomy, and related sciences; as well as the exploration of various facets of the lost civilization of the sun.


  • Thanks very much to all , for presenting such a wonderful video it is very inspiring and uplifting ,a great source of knowledge and extremely helpful

  • Do you think that human sacrifice is acceptable? Why did sun worshiping people groups across the globe do such things regularly if Osiris and Quezecoatal forbade it?

    • Hi J.

      The Religion of the Sun is against any kind of animal or human sacrifices, and historical records as well as myths contain accounts of the wisdom bringers (such as Oprheus, Quetzalcoatl, Viracocha, Jesus, Osiris, etc.) actually dissuading people from such practices. Although historically animal and human sacrifices have been at times associated with “sun worship,” the practice of such sacrifice was not something taught by the wisdom bringers and is a sign of the degeneration of the social and spiritual values of those who turned to such practices.

      If you’re interested, check out the section titled “Against Animal and Human Sacrifice” (which is at the bottom of the section about the central tenets of the Religion of the Sun; click on the + sign to expand it) for more information on this subject. Here’s an excerpt from that article:

      “As Quetzalcoatl taught, practitioners of the Religion of the Sun use only flowers and incense (and also candles, ornaments, and pictures, etc.) upon their altars. The ritual killing of either animals or people is viewed in ancient texts of the Religion of the Sun as a cowardly act (to shed the blood of innocent beings as an offering instead of doing good deeds ourselves and making amends honorably for our own misgivings), and as an insult to the sacredness of life itself.”

    • I think that page Jenny linked to has a good explanation.

      Just to add some things from my personal view, though I’m sure there’s research out there on this which is a lot more comprehensive.

      If I look at Christianity in the last 2000 years I see a lot of things like: the inquisition, witch hunts, persecution of ‘heretics’, wars fought in its name, forceful conversions of pagans, states and empires using it as a tool to gain power and exert control, and even things like modern branches with genuinely weird and off-putting practices. etc.
      These actually don’t represent what Jesus taught at all, many years ago. It shows that people with their own interests used it as way to achieve what they wanted, some perhaps genuinely wrong in thinking they were supported by goodness, some intentionally to gain power over others and nations, and probably some influences that were genuinely evil and hijacked the religion at some stages to do evil.

      So I personally see it as a mistake to bunch all of that together and put one stamp on it. Also on a personal level if I wanted to pursue the spiritual message in such a religious stream I’d try to go back to the original source message.

      Many of the religion of the sun’s times of influence in different parts of the world are very ancient. What others, sometimes thousands of years later, did with remnants of it is not necessarily representative of the original practice. Many early anthropologists and historians though used the accounts of the tail end of these traditions (though it’s worth mentioning that obviously many of the traditions around the world encountered by explorers have no links to the religion of the sun at all) and presented these, along with their own postulated ideas, to the public. This had a lasting influence on how the general public saw things and likely even today still plays a bigger part than it should in how we perceive things.

      Rather than relying only on accounts of late observations from people, like Posidonius in the north west of Europe for example, to sort of paint ‘the whole picture’— modern archaeological understanding on this has changed considerably due to advancements in scientific means, such as radiometric dating and more developed excavation techniques.
      Many of the ancient stone sites in Britain with their solar and celestial alignments for example date to nearly three thousand years before the arrival of the Roman observers, and archaeological digs do not show them being used for human sacrifice in those periods, or even ever at all. So early antiquarians’ own postulated views are obviously in many cases no longer correct (like here:

      In South and Mesoamerica there are many cases of these totally horrific acts. But what I didn’t so well realise before is just how many different cultures, in different areas and over vast periods of time were present there. It is a great pain to see some of the beautiful wisdom (the feathered serpent, stepped pyramids, the symbolic art in sculpture etc.) be so vilely desecrated by the evil, abhorrent and dark practices of human sacrifice.
      So it’s amazing to read those accounts of how the wisdom bringers totally opposed it, in action and in what they taught.
      I also think it’s important to understand the deeper ‘esoteric’ meaning of sacred symbolism used by some ancient cultures, because it shows itself to be from a source of good, a secret guide of information for reaching out to the divine, which is of a completely different nature to people and societies who allowed human sacrifice.

      • Yes, those are good points Karim. The example of how the message of Christianity was distorted throughout history is a shocking example of what can happen when pure spiritual teachings are perverted to fit the agendas of people with bad intentions or actions.

        As you mentioned, events like the inquisition, persecution of heretics and using religion for empire building to control a population were far from the original teachings of Jesus. It’s a pity that the atrocious actions of people who have distorted a spiritual teaching can then become associated with the actual teaching itself, when looking back at historical fragments without the fuller picture.

        It’s then a tragedy that if these misinterpretations then become mainstream, history effectively becomes re-written, which denies people access to the original spiritual message that was once given to humanity. That’s why sites like this one and Sakro Sawel are so valuable, as they help to put humanity’s spiritual and cultural history into a wider and much more inspiring context, which offers people the opportunity to embark upon a spiritual search that is still relevant today.

    • I think it’s quite clear that human sacrifice is not an acceptable part of any spiritual practice, as it’s in direct opposition to the principles of developing love towards all, a principle that you could say is at the heart of all true spiritual teachings.

      • Yes, that’s right Ella. Sacrificing the innocent is clearly in direct opposition to any true spiritual practice, as it is completely opposed to the universal principle of developing love for all and I’m sure any spiritual beings would be absolutely appalled by the act.

        The animal sacrifice used in some older religions also struck me as odd. It didn’t make any sense that people felt their sins would be forgiven if they took another life. I guess these practices can happen when people lose the symbolic meaning of sacrificing the animal within, meaning our own inner states, in order to gain spiritual virtues. It’s a much easier option to not work upon removing the negativity from within ourselves, but to instead push the blame onto another creature, whether a human or animal.

        It’s a pity that pure spiritual teachings can become distorted over time, which is why this and other related sites are so valuable in re-establishing the core spiritual principles.

    • During some reading I came across an event that in a way related to this question raised.

      Towards the end of the Aztec empire, when all these horrible customs were going on, another turn of their 52-year cycle was approaching, which they believed signified a change. The Emperor Montezuma II (who was resented by subject tribes due to the demands of victims for sacrifice *1) wanted to know whether this change would be good or bad (and according to some researchers he’d already heard whispers of a different people arriving in neighbouring lands. *2)
      In the Chrónica Mexicana *3 it reads that he called on many different people from his own city and from surrounding towns to foretell what they saw of him in their dreams and in daytime visions and signs. Some conveyed the ill omens they had seen and were consequently thrown in prison by him to starve to death. Others underwent similar or worse fates as he called his soldiers to go to the villages, to kill their families and to ransack and burn down houses. (The writing on this makes him seem to me like an unjust ruler, mad and desperate.)

      “Yes, they agreed, a change is to come, the present order of things will be swept away” *4

      Montezuma also ordered a class of his magicians and priests to go to the sacred cave of Cinalco, functioning as a sort of passageway to Tula (*5), where they would find the great sage Huemac, King of Tula. (Huemac according to many writers is another name for Quetzalcoatl. *6 )

      “…After a time they returned and reported that they had entered the cave and reached a place where four roads met. They chose that which descended most rapidly, and soon were accosted by an old man with a staff in his hand. This was Totec, who led them to his lord Huemac, to whom they stated the wish of Montezuma for definite information.” *7

      (Tula is a name for the sacred land where Quetzalcoatl reigns, and where he mentions he is obliged to return, ‘the place whence comes the Sun’ *8. )
      (the ‘place where four roads met’ is also mentioned in the Popul Vu and other texts in reference to other dimensional worlds. *9)

      “The reply was vague and threatening, and though twice afterwards the emperor sent other embassies, only ominous and obscure announcements were returned by the priests.” *7

      Very clearly they received a negative message from Huemac/Quetzalcoatl. And perhaps— as many symbolic omen are future predictions of fate as a consequence of past action or current merit— this was indicative of a disapproving judgement by him about the cruel ways of the Aztecs and the consequences to follow from such behaviour?

      And indeed exactly on the turning year of the 52-year cycle the Spanish conquistadors arrive on Mexican soil and the Emperor, unable to be clear on how to act based on these omens decides to welcome the conquerors with open arms, seeing in them the returned gods of old. (Montezuma’s first actual speech to the Spanish Cortes can be read in the link below. *10)

      It appears to me like a peculiar and interesting turn of events, like destiny or karma in action if you like. Where it seems to me that such abominable customs can’t go on forever and its their own inclination to cruel ways that allows moral decline, followed by a lack of clarity, and consequent misconception of the omens. Thus allowing him and his offtrack nation to be conquered.

      One thing seems clear to me though from this event. How the Emperor and the terribly ruthless ways of the Aztecs at that time are something totally different and completely off track to the earlier introduction of influence and civilising visits of the Wisdom Bringers in those lands.
      Here’s only just a few quotes out of D. G. Brinton’s book ‘American Hero-Myths’ mentioning accounts of how they are described:

      “But it was not Quetzalcoatl the god, the mysterious creator of the visible world, on whom the thoughts of the Aztec race delighted to dwell, but on Quetzalcoatl, high priest in the glorious city of Tollan (Tula), the teacher of the arts, the wise lawgiver, the virtuous prince, the master builder and the merciful judge.” *11

      About the servants of Quetzalcoatl: “They have all the traits of beings of supernatural powers. They were astrologers and necromancers, marvelous poets and philosophers, painters as were not to be found elsewhere in the world, and such builders that for a thousand leagues the remains of their cities, temples and fortresses strewed the land. … and like their master they were skilled in every art of life and virtuous beyond the power of mortals.”

      On Kukulcan “…He appeased the strife which his brothers’ acts had aroused, directed the minds of the people to the arts of peace, and caused to be built various important structures.” *12

      On guide, instructor and civilizer Itzamna: “As city-builder and king, his history is intimately associated with the noble edifices of Itzamal, which he laid out and constructed, and over which he ruled, enacting wise laws and extending the power and happiness of his people for an indefinite period. *13

      Also the many many groups of peoples on the New World continent expectingly looked towards the return of their wisdom bringer in the future and the accounts describe the wonderful things he will again bring to them— revealing the same things he initially brought. (Fertility, abundance, bountifulness etc. in short: “…come back from their celestial home to claim their own on earth and bring again the days of Paradise.”*14. These attributes accompanying his return are also interspersed, I believe, with references to the inner spiritual treasures an individual gains from the incarnation of the spiritual light/sun within, which these wisdom bringers also symbolically represented.

      On a side note, the extent of the abundant accounts of the ancient presence of these wisdom bringers among the New World people is hugely exciting!

      2. American Hero-Myths. A study in the native religions of the western continent. By Daniel G. Brinton. Chapter III The Hero-God of the Aztec Tribes, §5 The Return of Quetzalcoatl.
      3. Crónica Mexicana. By Hernando de Alvarado Tezozomoc. Chapter 108.
      4. American Hero-Myths. Ch. III §5.
      5. Ibid. §3 Quetzalcoatl, the Hero of Tula. Here Brinton makes it clear that Tula refers not to any specific terrestrial city, but an otherworldly realm.
      6. Ibid. Ch. III §5. footnote 128.
      7. Ibid. Ch. III §5.
      8. Ibid. Ch. III §3.
      9. Ibid. Ch. III §5. footnote 129.
      10. Montezuma’s speech to Cortes.
      11. American Hero-Myths. Ch III §3,
      12. Ibid. Ch IV §2. The Culture Hero, Kukulcan.
      13. Ibid. Ch IV §1. The Culture Hero, Itzamná.
      14. Ibid. Ch. III §5. The Return of Quetzalcoatl.

      • Thanks for sharing that research Karim. The degeneration of the Aztec culture is an unfortunate example of how detached a society can become from its original spiritual values.

        Although the setting is different, similar atrocities are happening today, where innocent people are being sacrificed for the political or financial gain of others.

  • Just re-watching this video, I was caught by the description of the 7 wisdom bringers and noted how we have 7 days of the week, two of which are Sunday and Wednesday (Wodin/Odin’s day), but there are others too: Saturday (Saturn’s day is another symbol of the Father)!

    It seems that even in a normal everyday life, we can still find influences of what Lara and the teams have presented here!

    • Oh yes, I completely forgot about that Craig! I remember hearing years ago about Wednesday being originally Wodin’s day, but somehow didn’t make the connection again recently. Thanks for the reminder!

      It seems there is a spiritual or celestial connection with each of the days of the week, especially in connection with Norse gods. We have Sun day, Moon day, Wodin’s day, Thor’s day, Frigg day and Saturn day. Apparently Tuesday comes from the old English for “fire day” too.

      • So much of the Germanic religion has been lost/destroyed yet the day names retain their ancient connections, at least in English. Although probably the vast majority of people wouldn’t know what they come from (I sure didn’t until looking it up).

      • That’s interesting Michael, seeing as Tuesday is commonly associated with Mars, the red ‘fiery’ planet, in ancient Indian (where it’s known as (Maṅgala) as well as Western cultures.

        It seems this common connection between the days of the week and planets/luminaries and their presiding gods exists throughout the Indo-European languages and should logically be seen beyond that – throughout the world and within cultures of different ages if the connections come from the higher worlds. I believe there’s something profound hidden within the seven-fold division of the week – that it’s one example of how sacred lore exists around us, unnoticed. 🙂

        • Oh, that’s interesting Ella. I didn’t know about the association of Mars with Tuesday. Yes, the fact that there are seven days in the week also seems symbolic, due to the spiritual significance of that number.

        • Ella, I agree with your statement about how sacred lore, such as the symbolic significance of the names to each day of the week, often goes unnoticed but I also find it amazing to see that these IE names have managed to survive for this long and continue to be used today despite all that, which is good news for those of us who are still interested in learning more about their origin. By the way, in Latin, the word for Tuesday is “Martis” or “day of Mars” and the same word basis is also found in the family of the (more modern) Romance languages (ie. Mardi in French, Martedi in Italian, etc.).

          It’s incredible to see how our ancient ancestors had incorporated the same sacred principles into their daily lives and how they had also come up with the same ways of honouring these principles and deities, regardless of the differences in language.

  • Thanks for sharing this new video Jenny. The Sakro Sawel video series are so valuable in the information they provide, as well as being so well crafted.

  • Looking at one of the images of Osiris in this video and hearing more about him it occurred to me how it would be something absolutely amazing to have such an advanced spiritual person, connected to light, having the authoritative position in society of king. It’s something that’s hard to even imagine in today’s world, where the real light has been driven out and is unknown to people at large.

    I’ve said it before but videos such as these really make me wish I had a timemachine to see many of the wonders of the past…. 🙂 But you know, even though it might appear that way, perhaps time is not such an absolutely limiting factor as we might think? There are still many ancient sites standing around the world that we can visit and feel the energy of, sacred texts have been translated from which we can grasp wisdom, the amazing solstices and equinoxes can be celebrated as the ancients did, spiritual practices can be done today to tap into events in other dimensions and more importantly the journey of the spiritual sun can be undertaken to transform oneself!

    So in fact I shouldn’t complain too much about lacking a time machine. 🙂 Great Vid!

    • It’s interesting you mention you wish you could have a time machine. I’ve had similar thoughts in wanting to see these amazing people in action!

      I’ve been reading the Kolbrin, and came across a passage which seems to sum up the ‘mission’ of these Wisdom Bringers, but also seems, in a way, to hint at the religion of the sun:

      [Hurmanetar said] “Upon you there is a great destiny, may you reach out and grasp that which your heart desires, and having attained it use it to deliver all men from the darkness of ignorance. Go forth like the sun who throws his rays down like a net over the land to enlighten it. Go to a land where the honest man will be made rich and the dishonest man impoverished, for the balances must be adjusted so that riches cease to be the reward of dishonesty and deceit. Go to a land where those holding places of power and position will stand forth as examples of goodness and honesty; where none but the worthy occupy high positions; where those who have possessions and estate use these to succour the needy and resist the strength of those who oppress the weak and unprotected”.

      Ancheti said, “But where is this land and how shall I find it? ”

      Hurmanetar answered, “Were there such a place, what good purpose would you serve by going there? What you will have to do would have been done already by another”.

      ~ The Kolbrin, ch10 (book of Gleanings).

      • That seems like a very relevant message related to the task of the wisdom bringers indeed! and how these things must be created and brought about, within and in the world. Thanks Craig that’s inspiring to read. The first line seems so important, to ensure to attain it within. Or, in my view, nothing would be able to be held together.

      • That’s a great find Craig, thanks for sharing. It’s describing a land totally opposite to anything we have today 😮 and when I try imagine just a little bit what it would be like to live in a place like this, well it would be like living in a fairytale, or legend, wonderful and freeing.

      • Thank you Craig, what an inspiring collection of stories Kolbrin is!
        It seems almost impossible to imagine that the truly wise would also have power and wealth. Not only because it is a total opposite today (the more rich, the more depraved a person usually has to be to even get there in the first place), but also because of an idea that seems to be prevalent that a truly spiritual person can not be rich. It looks like we may have fanatical views in different ways, but in the end it just comes down to using whatever we were given wisely, in accordance with the Divine laws, unselfishly, for the good of all.

    • Hi Karim, maybe you could investigate the akashic records in the astral plane for that period. It could be an inspiring practice 🙂

      • 🙂 Yes, maybe.

        I haven’t quite been to those ‘memories of nature’ in the way that I’ve read they can be seen. Though I haven’t dedicated a specific program of practices towards achieving it.

        I’ve seen though that studying research can teach a lot which I didn’t about yet. Giving an intellectual grasp but also give deeper insights according to knowledge we already have within, if we’re using a good source. I’ve noticed that this research can then be further complemented by receiving inspiring relevant experiences out-of-body.

        Also I’ve found physically visiting sacred sites and areas still in existence today can give a sense of the mystical experience of the past!
        I’m currently reading quite a lot of Thor Heyerdahl’s work mentioning some of the potential pathways of these culture bearers. So rather than ‘random’ sacred sites I had the idea that it would be nice to follow in the wake of these wisdom bringers … and visit sacred areas they’ve been to and where they left their mark. If I have the chance of course 🙂

        Do you have a certain inspiring astral focus currently?

        • I guess it’s just a matter of working out your priority for the time with the astral, whatever that may be. At the moment mine is just to be able to call a Master and have some astral experiences in general, since it’s been a while since I have. Experience is really the best inspiration if we can get it! What about you Karim?

          • Yes I agree, tasting that sense of the reality of the astral again (especially if we haven’t had experiences like that for a while) can be a great inspiration.

            I’m currently trying to use inspiration in a similar way. I had a dream experience a few days ago where I was in a beautiful forest, not a European one but more like an equatorial one (Central America?) with big leaves at ground level, very lush. Then I heard a male voice singing through the forest, followed by a gentle repeat of a harmonious whole group?, the sound seemed to move through the forest and leaves.

            So in the evening when going to bed I’ve been trying to do some mantras followed by visualising myself in those scenes. Would love to find myself there again. 🙂

          • That sounds like a beautiful and inspiring dream experience Karim. I hope you manage to get back there again! 🙂

  • It’s thrilling to see these videos continuing to expand on the origins of man and civilization, the cycles of time and the truth of history. I’m reading Hancock’s The Magicians of the Gods at the moment, and though it’s very well written, easy to read and erudite, I find these presentations of the general picture and the more mystical side really helpful to tap into the magic of the message.
    Thank you so much Lara!

    • Did any other things in particular stand out to you from reading this book recently? I mean it must contain a lot, but maybe there’s also some insightful or surprising facts that happened to stand out?

  • Thank you so much Lara and the team for these videos. This is all quite eye-opening for me, and I can imagine for many others as well… Just some years ago, I didn’t even properly know who Svarog was, and when I finally realised he was Slavic god, now I am learning he may have actually been a real person! 🙂 It is really amazing what these videos bring to humanity. I hope we can all take advantage of this enlightening information.

    I have also started counting these wisdom-bringers, trying to figure out who exactly those 7 men were. So far I got these:
    – Odin/Wotan (Norse and Germanic people, plus according to the videos, this wisdom bringer may have appeared in SouthAmerica too),
    – Masaw (Hopi),
    – Osiris (Egypt),
    – Quetzalcoatl, (America),
    – Svarog (Slavic),

    Then there are Kukulcan and Viracocha also in America, which would make 7, but it is also possible that some of these are the same person.

    I am also not sure if it was 7 sages in total, or maybe many times 7 sages, like for example in different periods.

  • Another wonderful video. It is astounding that there are so many similarities in almost every ancient civilisation around the world. Not only are these similarities in architecture, but interestingly they are on the same alignments around the world and are aligned with the stars, as well as the sunrise and/or sunset at the solstices and equinoxes.

    What a monumental task and dedication the Wisdom Bringers had to spread their knowledge not only about creating new civilisations, but also reviving the religion on the Sun – all at a time when the world had been so devastated by flood and much had been lost.

    It is unfortunate that over the thousands of years since, much of this knowledge has again been lost. Our scientists and anthropologists can only theorise about why and how things were built the way they were, and the way they practised their religion.

    We are so very fortunate, however, that not all has been lost and that this knowledge and its significance is again resurfacing.

    Thanks again for this brilliant and inspiring video.

  • Another excellent and intriguing video presentation from Sakro Sawel and so much information to take in at once! I got really excited when I saw the featured title “The Wisdom Bringers”, a topic I’m keen to learn more about. The incredible research and work that went into making these video installments are greatly appreciated.

  • Thanks Jenny for sharing.

    This information is by far in a class of it’s own and I’ve enjoyed every moment of the video. Please keep them coming.

  • Thanks for this, a well done high quality production as usual!

    It was interesting to hear that the various wisdom bringers could in fact be different people, but fulfilling a similar role. I wondered about that point.

    Magician of the Gods does a great job of bringing together all the evidence for the lost civilization of the sun and the various wisdom bringers actually existing and where they went. These videos though really help expand on that information (and more) from the point of view of the Religion of the Sun. Looking forward to the next one already!

    • I agree Jordan, I just finished watching “Magician of The Gods” and “Fingerprints of The Gods” by Graham Hancock on Youtube. Both are brilliant and it puts the nonsense we are fed on notice.

  • I’ve been reading some of Thor Heyerdahl’s work on Easter Island, his approach with a genuine wonder and in search of mystery is very contagious. Yet he’s very capable. Makes me really want to explore these places, as well as those mentioned in this video. 🙂

    Also in tracing some references to their mentioned sources it becomes more obvious to me how much research and work goes into trying to figure out the past! I imagine Graham Hancock must’ve also done so much work to get to the accumulated insights or theories he has come to.

    I am also really properly impressed by all the research work Lara has done and is doing. It becomes apparent to me how this must be an incredible amount of work!!! Even having directions based on the knowledge of the religion of the sun, still to actually connect the dots in history, to go through the fields and fields of information out there to do this…. it’s a huge work. A lot of perseverance that’s become apparent. When it all comes together though, serving this great purpose, it becomes something very magical!

    Thoroughly enjoyed this video and already look forward to watching it again and again, and to look deeper into some of the subjects mentioned in it.

  • The myriad similarities of the wisdom bringers and their works around the world are astounding and impossible to be a coincidence.

    I hadn’t known that the wisdom bringer of the Hopi people bade them build their settlements aligned to the constellation Orion, just like the Great Pyramids of Egypt are aligned to it. Also how these totally unrelated cultures from vast distances of time and space all describe their wisdom bringers with such similar personal attributes – like those statues showing them standing with their hands on their bellies, and the bucket type object they were carrying. You would think that various ancient cultures would have distinct styles of dress so that they would describe them in their own ways and not with so many exact similarities.

    It’s interesting new information for me to hear that the god Svarog was also a genuine real person who brought civilization and spirituality to the Slavic people.

    All in all it seems like a wondrous mission of self-sacrifice, mercy and love that these divine beings came to bring true spirituality back to humanity, rebuilding our world, and left us with such an immense and important legacy. So it is a shame that they are almost completely forgotten nowadays, or if remembered as part of myths, certainly not given the credit they deserve. And yet they’ve stayed with us so to speak, watching over us throughout the ages from the higher dimensions.

    Thank you Jenny, and thank you for putting this information together and presenting it so beautifully Lara and the team at Sakro Sawel.

  • Fantastic video very interesting the information your talking about and the importance of this knowledge that these Wisdom Bringers brought to humanity, I guess its a shame that this information has been lost or just considered not relevant in these times of materialism

  • What a great source of knowledge and information (within this video) that is provided to those seeking an alternative reality. The simple fact that anyone can find out for themselves this level of information is enlightening – via the Astral dimensions. I found this video very well presented and more importantly easy to comprehend.

    Thank you very much for your time and efforts in sharing this vital information.

  • Dear Lara and Sakro Sawel team…another informative, eye opening and perspective shifting video. It would seem human history has not been taught accurately, ignoring vital facts and timelines that align ancient civilizations with a far greater understanding of spiritual concepts and practices – those of Solstices and Equinoxes as having a deeper spiritual significance than that given to them by our modern day thinking. Our modern day civilization seems to lack this deeper and more spiritual understanding of the purpose of life and the reasons for celebrating Solstices and Equinoxes. The Wisdom Bringers certainly risked their lives to ensure this spiritual knowledge survived after the last cataclysm…

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