The Vasuh Letters

The term Vasuh is a ninzuwu word but has connection to all cultures through the world. In Ninzuwu philosophy; the Vasuh letters also known as the  Dehfu “books of life.” Are kept and copied by Johuta meaning”song of purification or the spirit of life”. The term Dehfu is derived from the Sanskrit tafu, which means “make fire.” Johuta ”song of purification” teaches that what has fire also has life. This can be seen in the first vasuh letter zhee which means “light of the goddess”; similar to the Holy Spirit in Christianity. Also the Chakras also represent the Archangels.

In Hinduism:   The Term Vasuh is similar to the Hinduism word “Vasu”  which are attendant deities of Indra, and later Vishnu. They are eight elemental gods representing aspects of nature, representing cosmic natural phenomenon. The name Vasu means ‘Dweller’ or ‘Dwelling’…. Vasu is also the name of the eighth chakra (group) of Melakarta ragas in Carnatic music. The names of chakras are based on the numbers associated with each name. In this case, there are 8 Vasus and hence the eighth chakra is Vasu”; 8 elemental gods including Indra equal nine deities in all.

Indra is often associated with the “lightning bolt.” In the Ivory Tablets of the Crow (Ninzuwu philosophy text) describes the nine Vasuh letters and the Soul of Fire Prayer, as a lightning bolt:
“Stay with the Soul of Fire. It is a Prayer of Fire that has been preserved. From a time that was before time.It is the Power of Lightening. Crooked in its shape (big Dipper). It is the Prayer of Fire.”

In Norrish:  Eindri, the name used in the Edda text for the European and Norse “god” called Thor, was remarkably close to the Hindu god, Indra. The Indian Vedas, which were inspired by the Lemurian and Sumerian legends and accounts, describe Indra as tall, fair, invincible, and armed with a bolt.

 In Sumerian/ Ancient Mesopotamia: Indra name also derived from the Sumerian title of Sakh for the Father-god In-Dur as the enthroned Lord.  In Sumerian legends The Dur of In-dur is the Bowl of Utu or bowl of the Sun (chakras)  was believed by some to be the Holy Grail. Interestingly, this bowl, dedicated to the Sun god, has eight lines. This is similar to the Vasuh petroglyphs appearing in the Ivory Tablets as the eight Vasuh letters are all emanations of the first, which means light of the goddess.

In Buddhism: In Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism, Marici is a deva or bodhisattva associated with light and the sun. ). In Taoism and Chinese folk religion, Marici is known under the epithet of the Lady of Dipper Mother.

In Taoism, Doumu remains a popular deity and is often referred to as Queen of Heaven.She is also revered as the mother of the Nine Emperor Gods who are represented by the nine stars in the Beidou constellation.[3] Legend has it that one spring day a queen went to bath in a pond. Upon entering she suddenly felt “moved” and nine lotus buds rose from the pond. Each of these lotus buds opened to reveal a star which then became the Beidou constellation (Big Dipper).