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This section includes given in old books and legends descriptions of love infatuations, liaisons and marriages of different types of reasonable inhabitants of the Earth among themselves, and also children born from such liaisons and marriages. In the articles "Great mixing and formation of human races", "Types of people and their ties (relationship) with previous inhabitants of the Earth" and "On the formation of Europeoid, Negroid, Mongoloid and other races. A view (sight) after two years" I have shown that descendants of such marriages (intermarriages) have determined the diversity of human races and variety of modern types of people

Liaisons and marriages of Fomorians with men and women of the Danu People (the Tuatha de Danann, elves)

On the page "Fomorians" the description of true appearance of these mysterious people is given, who are presented as "crowds of abominable giants and monsters" - one-eyed, one-armed and one-legged giants, or as giants with a shapeless monstrous appearance and a different number of eyes and extremities. In Irish sagas and legends there are also absolutely other Fomorians - werewolves espoused with men and women of the people of Danu (the Danu people). Here they have an appearance of perfect girls and young men - well matched Tuatha (read more...)


Liaisons and marriages of Nagas with people
In spite of that Nagas are more often described as one or several (two, three, five, seven, ten, thousand) headed snakes with blue, green, red, black and white skin with an upper part of a body of cobra with one pair of legs or quite without legs from the subterranean world, Patala, Nagas-werewolves lived often enough in a human appearance among people. Similarly people sometimes lived together with nagas in their world. And in that and the other case full-blown descendants were born from marriages of people and Nagas (read more...)

Liaisons and marriages of Rakshasas with people
There are many enough descriptions of love infatuations, liaisons and even marriages of Rakshasas (both a male and female) with people. So, the sovereign of Rakshasas Ravana had the whole harem of concubines stolen by him in different parts of the world. His sister, the giantess - Rakshasi Shurpanaksi - "abominable, thick, heavy, with chinks of eyes [squint-eyed], red hair, frightening by sight, with a squeaking voice … with a hanging belly", in her turn, came to love with Rama. The hero of the "Mahabharata" Bhimasena (Bhima wolf-bellied) married on Rakshasi Hidimba (read more...)

Marriages of Adityas with Daityas and Danavas (read more...)

Liaisons and marriages of Daityas and Danavas with native inhabitants of the Earth. Formation of generation of giants
According to the "Mahabharata", after landing of Daityas and Danavas on the surface of Earth (in the end of the Oligocene) their leaders entered into marriages (intermarried) with earth queens and became earth governors:
"Spiteful Daityas... have entered in bosoms of earth queens and, having accepted appearance of human beings, were born among members of imperial families". Ordinary Daityas and Danavas entered into intimacies and marriages "with various beings and communities", living on Earth (from courts to ploughers and animals), and soon "the Earth so severely was oppressed by mighty Daityas, proud by own strength and hordes that … neither wind, nor celestial snakes, nor mighty mounts could not support Earth, so severely trampled by demons - Danavas" (read more...)

Liaisons and marriages of fallen angels with native inhabitants of the Earth 

In my book "Dissappeared inhabitants of the Earth" I have compared Daityas and Danavas with fallen angels - the Sons of God of the Genesis, the guards of the Book of Enoch and the nephelims of "Tikuney Zohar". The Ethiopian version of the book of Enoch speaks that guards "defiled with human daughters, and have taken wives to themselves, and have acted as sons of land, and have given birth to sons-giants". The Genesis also narrates, that they were "strong, since the old days nice people" (read more...)


Marriages of Apsaras and people-monkeys
Еще одним примером междинастических браков является брак между вождем обезьяньего племени по имени Кессари и прекрасной апсарой Анджаной. От этого брака у нее родился сын, который должен был "обладать чудесной способностью прыжком возноситься в небо, стремительный в полете". Мальчика назвали Хануман. Он стал великим предводителем людей-обезьян ванаров, а возможно, и прародителем этого вида разумных существ (read more...)


Liaisons and marriages of Apsaras with people and other inhabitants of the world

В древнеиндийской литературе апсары традиционно выступают в роли небесных танцовщиц и куртизанок и соблазнителей асуров (демонов дайтьеd, данавов, змее-людей) и людей. Иногда они влюблялись в них, вступали в законные браки и рожали детей, которые превращались в царей и героев. Один из примеров - изложенная в "Махабхарате" и "Падма-пуране" история трогательной любви апсары Шакунталы - героини одноименной драмы известного индийского поэта Калидасы, жившего, вероятно, в IV или V в. - и царя Душьянты (read more...)

Liaisons and marriages of mermaids with people
В средневековых хрониках имеется немало свидетельств об имевшей место интимной близости моряков и русалок. Из них можно заключить, что русалки делали это почти также как и люди. Немецкий натуралист И. Йонетонус полагал, что, судя по количеству молочных желез, у русалок рождался только один детеныш (read more...)

 
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