Explanation of Terms:
The old World Year and the new World Year: The old World Year has just ended and the new World Year has just started. These terms refer to a cycle of time, and the transition of one into another. Many values of the old World Year are ceasing to be valid, and are transforming into new values proper to the the new World Year with its changing and transforming consciousness. For example, established religious systems will disappear and man will rely more on his own inner spirituality.
Rudolf : Jan-Anton van Hoek sometimes mentions Rudolf, sometimes calling him his brother. From what I can gather, Rudolf seems to presently be in the spirit world, appearing in Jan-Anton’s visions and relaying information. Apparently Rudolf and Jan-Anton seem to have been close friends since time immemorial.
Per refers to the Divine. It is not personified, it is beyond the All. In Per we are all the same, in Per we all share our being. Per is the goal of our evolution. It is the ultimate we can achieve.
The dhagh means world/planet and refers to the planet of Perk’oedhagh. The last survivors of its destruction came to Earth, established an empire and civilized the people.
The Cikivani (singular: cikivan) were light emperors (connected with the spiritual world and with the Divine) and thus in flesh incarnated Gods.
The Mûghal and the Bird-headed One : click here.
The vaja were the aristocracy of Perk’oedhagh. They ruled in the provinces.
A marl is the term for magician.
The means the spirit world, as it is understood in shamanism, or the spiritual worlds in general.
Demons in the texts of van Hoek are a class of highly spiritual, close to the Divine, and very powerful beings. More about them here.
The All is a term used to encompass all world, physical and spiritual, including the beings who inhabit these worlds or spheres. The four Immortal Emperors were beings who had control over the All, that is, over all these worlds.
The four Immortal Emperors: These are the first four emperors from the civilization that came to earth from the planet Perk’oedagh. They were exceptionally, spiritually evolved, wise beings who were familiar with both the material and the spiritual worlds (here called the Nearby Cosmos), and had a direct connection with the Divine (here called Per). They were thus called World Rulers. They did not die a physical death; they were able to transform themselves directly into the Divine.
The four Immortal Emperors were:
1. Arya, the Bird-headed One (formerly called Tças’hir)
2. Soerya, Lord of the Law for the Nearby Cosmos
3. Noer, Lord of the Law for the Earth
4. Goedân, the White Emperor
Hoetan was the first mortal emperor who ruled after Goedân.