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about titans Yajuj and Majuj (Gog and Magog)

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    Posted: 12-Feb-2019 at 13:28
Ibn Fadlan, sent from Baghdad as ambassador to the Volga Bulgars in 921-922. and who left a description of his trip, in which, as is well known, the news about Russians, Khazars and Bashkirs is so precious to us, he says from the words of the Bulgarian Khan that “a people by the name of Visu, who has night less than an hour. According to Lerberg, shared by the newest researchers 40, in denial of Fren, who saw here the Finnish “All” - Visu, this is Ugra, which inhabited the region of the Northern Urals; with the inhabitants of this country, the Bulgars trade silently, receiving from there beavers, sables and squirrels; for Visa, further north, lives a terrible tribe of giants. The king himself once saw such a man: he was “12 cubits high, with a head the size of a large cauldron, with a nose — a span long, with huge eyes and fingers; the sight of him horrified him and his people; they spoke to him, but received no answer: he just stared at them. The king took him with him and wrote Disur (Wisu?) To the people in order to obtain information from them about this man. “He learned from them that this man belongs to the tribe of Yajuj and Majujja, who lived from them at a distance of three months, separated by the sea; they were men like beasts. " Another geographer Yakut (early 13th century) introduced this story into his famous dictionary (under the word Itil), although he doubted its veracity; similar stories have, however, the writers of the XII. 41 Al-Fargany (9th century) also mentions the Yajuj when describing the northern countries: “The seventh climate begins east of the north of the country Yajuj, then passes through the country of the Turk, then along the shores of the Sea of ​​Durzhdan (Caspian) ... As for ) that on the other side (farther) of these climates to the end of the inhabited area, of which we know, it starts east from the country of Yajuj, then passes through the country of Ta gas. ” Seeing the Tungus in the last title, as Fren suggests, or the Uygurs, according to Reno, the mythical Yajudjs are all the same exactly related to Northern Siberia. Ibn Haukal (X c.) And Al-Istahri (X c.) Say that the country of Yajuj is bordered in the north by the ocean; according to Idrisi (XII century) and Ibn-El-Vardi, their country is limited by a chain of mountains called Kokaya or Kornan, which are so steep that you cannot climb them, and if you climb up somehow, you still cannot reach the top eternal snows and thick fogs; these mountains stretch from the ocean to the limits of the cultivated land. It is beyond these mountains, in which the Ural chain can be understood, the Yablonovy Ridge or Altai, and the valley of which is teeming with enormous snakes, reptiles and beasts, in the land of darkness, clouds and impenetrable live the Yajuj and the Majuj. - Johnson Richard
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Interesting, RS, i'll have to look more into this.

Yajuj & Majuj are the Arabic version of the biblical Gog and Magog. (Hunor & Magor sons of Menrot?)

The high mountains sound maybe more like the Himalayas maybe?

Yajuj is abit like Yakut? or Yeti? or Yak "ox"? or Yablonovy?
Majuj & Magyar/Magor? or Manchu?

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Recently in Russia a translation of the Tibetan text of key instructions on yogic practice Chod, compiled by the great yogi and holy Tibet - Machig Labdon, was published. This text contains information about demonic entities called Yadud and Madud. First, it is immediately apparent that the Arab Yajudj and Majuj and the Tibetan Yadud and Madud are phonetically identical. Secondly, in Islam and Tibetan tantrism, these common nouns denote creatures of a negative, demonic plan. Third, and not least, in Islam and Tibetan Tantrism these names are given as paired, joined by the preposition and. Both in the Islamic version and in Tibetan, paired names have a common root - Juj and Dud, which indicates the single nature of both members of the couple, and at the same time, in each pair the names differ by the prefixes Yama and Ya- Ma, and this indicates that there must be some differences between the members of the couple. According to the text of Machig Labydon, for the Tibetan Yadud and Madud, the meaning of the common root dud is known, it is the Tibetan analogue of the Indian Mara (death demon), it is also known that the Tibetan Yadud and Madud are also called Podud and Modud. The prefixes in and of Tibetans denote the masculine and feminine gender, respectively. Bro Gog and Magog, they are not purely blooded people, they are from the Titan race whose Indo-Europeans locked in mountain of Tartar grief. Gog is an ancient Greek Gigs.
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