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Yuga (English: Vast [yu] + Body [ga]) is the name of a legendary civilisation that, according to Mark Probert (or his channel, E Yada Di Shi'ite), existed in the Himalayan Mountain region approximately five hundred thousand years ago and ceased to exist following a cataclysmic earthquake.
According to the Yada seance reports, the civilisation was founded by Ni Sep Ni Ha ("seventh son of Ha"), who came from Nali ("river of great force"), a nation situated in what is now the Gobi Desert, which was destined to be destroyed in a flood. Ha and his followers had migrated east to the mountains, eventually coming to a valley region that was home to large, hirsute, wide-eyed beings they called "Yuga"; the Nalian settlers quickly established themselves on the land, enslaving the original inhabitants and eventually driving them into the higher mountains (as an origin of the Yeti story).
In the later era of the Yu civilisation, which was said to have existed for just over a millennium, there was a major city in Yuga known as Kaoti ("City of Temples"), based around thirty-three temples, where a heliolatric mystic order called "Shi'ite" (not directly related Shia Islam) trained the priestly class.
The civilisation purportedly ceased to exist following a major earthquake that killed some eighty-million people (2/5ths of all citizens of Yuga), one thousand and twenty-four years after it came into being.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Probert, Mark (1963), "E Yada di Shi'ite", The Magic Bag, San Diego: Inner Circle Kethra E'Da Foundation, Inc., p. xxvi, http://amzn.to/13N4OsQ
- ↑ di Shi'ite, E Yada; Probert, Mark, Rising Above Personality: a lecture by E Yada di Shi'ite through the deep trance medium Mark Probert, educate-yourself.org, http://educate-yourself.org/wow/eyada21nov56transcript16mar08.shtml, retrieved 2016-12-23 [November 21, 1956 at Buffalo, New York]
- ↑ di Shi'ite, E Yada; Luntz, Alfred; Probert, Mark, Lecture by Yada di Shi'ite and Professor Luntz, soulwise.net, http://www.soulwise.net/ya681104.htm, retrieved 2016-12-23, "There were 33 of them and I notice in your world today, you are still as extravagant in your temple building as we were in my time." [November 4, 1968 at Carmel, California]