Posted by Susan S (220.127.116.11) on November 16, 2000 at 15:25:44:
In Reply to: nagas posted by Judith R. Matkari on November 11, 2000 at 01:57:14:
I went to see my Tulka today and I had gone to talk about death and Murder and then I through in the Nagas and he just looked at me as where does this Lady keep getting her questions from.
What we all have said so far is pretty right on and the Nagas are used in both traditions and are both wrathful and protectors. He is going to make me go look for the answers in the books I have here, guess its my exercise for the week or something. Smile but Nagas are protectors and the idea is to respect that and don't, excuse the word, piss them off, as they are pretty powerful.
If anyone of us have got corbras around us, it is high and spiritual and thank goodness we have them with us. I have bombarded him with questions so will let us and go look for the original story as I told him about our Christian story of Adam and Eve and still (self) believe that is true. You are correct that they are usually by swampy water or close to water and I will go do some researching on this. There is also Puga's done on the Naga and many Lamas have their name connected to them. That the best I can do for this evening.
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