Kongpo Creation Myth
A Recollection Of Lucifer
By James Donahue
Watching a late-night
television documentary about a quest by French researcher Frederique Darragon in southwestern China and Tibet, a brief mention of local mythology caught our attention.
Darragon visited and
photographed an estimated 200 strange multisided towers throughout the region for the Discovery Channel special. She also
took samples of wooden floor beams and carbon dated them. Some of the towers were up to 1,200 years old.
While their origins were
not included in local mythology of the region, the natives had a strange name for the towers . . . bdud khang, or “demon
houses.” All were open structures, most had window type openings at different levels, and were several floors or stories
tall. No one knew why they were built or who make them.
The documentary stated
that the Kongpo people consider themselves Tibetan. “They all believe in the creation myth of the children of the she-demon
and the monkey,” a report on a Discovery Channel website said.
Jiarong and Minyag people as well as the Tamang of Nepal, who are also Buddhist, and the Qiang Zu, who are not Buddhist, also
believe in the same creation myth.”
Why is this significant?
It means that local mythology
carries a story that precedes Buddha. Also significant is that the myth appears to be the backbone of whatever religious belief
system exists for the Qiang Zu people. The story has continued to exist in spite of the fact that the territory is under the
rule of Communist China, where religious belief systems have not only been discouraged, but illegal for about half a century.
Because the people of
the area are illiterate and isolated from the outside world, tracking the origins of the myth and the builders of the towers
was blocked from Darragon, even though she traveled to the area on several occasions and spent a lot of time with the native
The stories were almost
Non-existent except for
that one thread . . . the creation story involving the children of the she-demon and the monkey. Where did that originate?
Anyone listening to Psychic
and Prophet Aaron C. Donahue’s stories about the origins of the human race, or anyone who has studied the ancient stories
in the Book of Enoch, Epic of Gilgamesh and even the Book of Genesis, knows something quite profound occurred on Earth an
estimated 40,000 years ago.
Donahue envisions Lucifer,
the alien, coming to Earth and altering the genetic makeup of the primate, putting his own DNA in the beast and turning the
ape into a human. The first woman, Lilith, was a hairy ape. Eve, Adam’s second wife, was hairless.
The old stories talk
about gods coming down and fornicating with the women, and creating children who became giants on the Earth. Were the gods
not aliens who came in ships out of the skies? The implantation of new genetic information in the cells of unborn children
is the primates could have been interpreted as “fathering” these altered children.
That the children were
clearly different is reflected in the description of them as “giants.” That does not necessarily mean that they
were larger in stature, although it might have reflected a more upright stance. What was more apparent was that the children
were bright and hairless. They grew up to be a superior race of humans living in a world of apes. Indeed, they were giants
among the natives.
It is odd that the natives
of Tibet would remember the women who
bore these children as “she-demons.” Indeed, the spiritual beings that walk the Earth on an astral plane are marked
in religious circles as demons. According to angelic teaching, the demons are reflected as evil, while the angels are considered
That these women were
presumed to have submitted to the sexual desires of the gods marked them as she-demons. That they were apes when this occurred
is reflected in the monkey part of the myth.
To know and understand
the truth is to realize that we have been fooled for a very long time.