Historic Drop | The Seven Talas Mentioned in Ancient Indian Texts | Dropped by Karah-Jade

In Indian religions, Patala (Sanskrit: पाताल, IAST: pātāla, lit. … Patala is often translated as underworld or netherworld.
“In Mahatala, the fifth regionreside the great serpents; and in Rasatala, the sixth, the Dai- tyas and Danavas. The chief Nagas, or snake -gods, under their monarch Vasuki, occupy the lower most of the subterranean kingdoms, that which is especially called Patala.”
 (Europe?)  Atala is ruled by Bala – a son of Maya – who possesses mystical powers.
(Asia?)  Vitala is ruled by the god Hara-Bhava – a form of Shiva, who dwells with attendant ganas including ghosts and goblins as the master of gold mines.
(Africa?)Rasātala at the sole of the feet of the universe form of Vishnu is the home of the demons – Danavas and Daityas, who are mighty but cruel. They are the eternal foes of Devas (the gods).
(North Amer?)  Mahātala is the abode of many-hooded Nagas (serpents) – the sons of Kadru, headed by the Krodhavasha (Irascible) band of Kuhaka, Taksshaka, Kaliya and Sushena. They live here with their families in peace but always fear garuda
(South Amer?) Patala or Nagaloka, is the lowest realm and the region of the Nagas, ruled by Vasuki. Here live several Nagas with many hoods. Each of their hood is decorated by a jewel, the light of which illuminates this realm.
Peace Love and Divine frequency to my beautiful family! So much drop during this Pentacost Season! May The Most High Bless us all with Discernment and Wisdom

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