The Elder Gods Glossary

Before you are the definitions for The Message, in the Glossary from the Elder Gods. This is how you are recommended to interpret 777. It is the meaning and definition you attribute to a word that gives it its power. Look for the true and enlighten meaning in a term. As a Quod Superius Being, Swami Vivekananda, once said: “Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life; dream of it; think of it; live on that idea. Let the brain, the body, muscles, nerves, every part of your body be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success, and this is the way great spiritual giants are produced.”


七 10000 hours (noun): A Quod Superius Being, Malcom Gladwell, discovered that 10.000 hours is the number of mastery. Someone who has practiced a craft for that long, would look like a natural. The top Human Beings in their fields are the ones who achieve the 10.000 hours quicker and apply it continuously.


七 Act of service (noun): Currency of the Elder Gods and Enlighten Beings. Assist others without asking nothing in return. Give something with love.

七 Adrenaline (noun): Hormone segregated by the adrenal medulla in response to strong stimulus like stress. It increases blood pressure, heart rate and your heart with send more blood to your muscles and area impacted. Is a great hormone to recognise and use to empower you, not allowing it to overcome you.

七 Aggregation (noun): The era after the knowledge age as described by the Quod Superius Being Peter Drucker. When there is so much information and knowledge that only be aggregating and summarising is possible to digest it by Human Beings.

七 Agni (noun): Hindu for the god of fire. It is one of the three deities of the Vedas. In Sanskrit means fire.

七 Anthropologist (noun): Human Being who is dedicated to the study of humans, social relationships, origins and cultures.

七 Anuttara Samyak Sambodhi (noun): Sanskrit word meaning supreme perfect wisdom or complete Enlightenment. It is an attribute of every Buddha and Elder God.

七 Appleous (noun): Person belonging to the tribe of Apple corporation.

七 Aranyakas (noun): The Aranyakas are the Philosophy behind ritual sacrifice and part of the Vedas, ancient Indian texts. Aranyaka means in Sanskrit produced, born or belonging to the wilderness.

七 Atharvaveda (noun): The Atharvaveda means knowledge in Sanskrit and is the “knowledge storehouse with procedures for everyday life”. The text is the fourth Veda, in the Vedic scriptures of Hinduism with rituals and mantras.

七 Atma Jnana (noun): Is the highest of knowledges. Jnana is Sanskrit for ‘knowledge’ and Atma for ‘individual self’. Is the knowledge of the Self and that equivalent of the Elder Gods.


七 Bible (noun): Any authoritative book containing the sacred writings of a religion. Sometimes referred to the sacred writings of the Christian religion.

七 Bliss (noun): From the Christian Bible the joy of heaven. Perfect happiness.

七 Bodhi (noun): In Buddhism it is the understanding of Buddha regarding the true nature of things. For the Elder Gods is the awakening process that is needed in the path to Enlightenment.

七 Bodhidharma (noun): Indian Buddhist monk, who taught in China on the 6th Century AD and considered to be the founder of Zen Buddhism.

七 Bodhisattva (noun): A being that reached Enlightenment and stayed on the same Realm due to great compassion.

七 Brahmanas (noun, plural): Sanskrit commentaries and thoughts in the four Vedas. They describe and include instructions for rituals, myths, hymns and others. 


七 Chakras (noun, plural): The seven energy centres in the body related to the nerve centres along the spine. In Sanskrit means wheel.

七 Chameleon (noun): Someone who adapts to situations and uses camouflage that change with environment. An old world lizard, with origin on the word “lion of the ground”.

七 Children (noun plural): Plural for a young Human Being below the legal age of majority. Can also be measured based on the maturity and mental age of a person.

七 Coach (noun): Derives from old wagon, that would take people from one place to another. A trainer or instructor that will guide someone to an outcome.

七 Competent Man (noun): A person who has a depth of experience and knowledge in multiple areas. Can do a lot of things perfectly or exhibits ability in many areas. A form of polymath.

七 Conscious (adjective): Quality of awareness, awake and alert to external situations or within oneself. Ability to experience in depth and fully an object, person, being with your mind and body.

七 Crave (verb): Desire something intensely. In Old Norse means strong.

七 Cruxes (noun plural): A vital or decisive point in climbing, life or situation. Difficult obstacle to overcome. In Latin means cross.


七 Demons (noun plural): Evil spirits or Beings who become corrupted in the path to Enlightenment. They are lost and will want to impose their way on other Beings.

七 Desire (noun or verb): To wish, or crave for something. Can also be related to sexual appetite or lust.

七 Devil (noun): The top Demon and enemy of God in the Christian Bible. A person or animal regarded as wicked, cruel or malign. In Greek comes from Diabolos or enemy, slanderer or accuser.

七 Dream (noun, verb): A mind activity, usually using association, imagination and events during sleep. Something seen or felt during dream. Aspiration, hope or ambition, i.e. to consider the possibility. To experience. Can be also unrealistic as it is part of the fantasy realm.

七 Dreamland (noun): An ideal realm existing in your dreams or in your imagination. Can become real through action.

七 Duchenne smile (noun): A smile that is said to be the true smile. It contracts the muscle on the corners of the mouth, raises the cheeks and forms crow’s feet around the eyes.


七 Earnest (adjective): Sincere and intense conviction. Serious person that is true to itself.

七 Elder Gods (noun): The oldest divine and superior Beings in the Universes. They are the creators. These deities have been supporting Beings in multiple Realms and send messengers in times of need. They have reached Enlightenment and have power over Beings.

七 Endorphin (noun): Any hormone that is segregated by the Human body and interacts with brain receptors and act as neurotransmitter. They reduce sensation of pain and alter emotions.

七 Enlightenment (noun): See the light and awake to the ultimate truth. According to Buddhism is state in which Man is freed from the endless cycle of reincarnation. In The Message it represents the transcendent state and the divine connection with the Gods.

七 Enliven (verb): With spirit, invigorated. To make vivacious, cheerful or bright.

七 Ethos (noun): The spiritual characteristic of a culture, era or tribe, manifested by their attitudes and behaviours. Prevailing tendency or essence in a community.


Facebookeous (noun): Person belonging to the tribe of Facebook corporation.

Fear (noun): Typically thought by Human Beings to be a feeling of distress caused by perceived danger. It is a possibility that you should respect and acronym for ‘Face everything and rise’.


Galaxy (noun): One of the vast number of star systems that exits through the universes and is held together by gravitational attraction. A splendid gathering of Human Beings.

Gods (noun, plural): Supernatural beings who are worshiped as divinities as they control some part of a universe and are the personification of some force.

Googleous (noun): Person belonging to the tribe of Google corporation.

Grasshopper (noun): Student who is studying Enlightenment and the 777 Message. For Human Beings it will also refer to the Orthoptera insect that can jump 20 times his body length. Some grasshoppers apply 14 Newtons of force in a jump.

Gravitation (noun): The force of attraction that objects exert on one another due to their mass and that pulls them towards the centre of a body. Conduct that is dignified.

Green hat (noun): One of the six thinking hats described by a Quod Superius Being Edward the Bono. The hats represent a way to structure thinking and to reduce confusion. They are: white for facts and information; blue to structure thinking and organization; yellow for positive and benefits; black for negative and criticism; green for possibility and creativity; red for feelings and emotion.

Gyan (noun): The second messenger on 777. Sanskrit for knowledge, especially spiritual or religious knowledge. Gyan Nuntius is the Second Messenger and Lord. Older, wiser, embraced in knowledge and wisdom. He arrives in a wonderful shield to protect Men from themselves. Through his virtue he teaches others to think.


Happiness (noun): State of feeling, showing or expressing joy, satisfaction or pleasure. Normally achieved before meaning.

Hendiatris (noun): A figure of speech from the Greek, in which three words are used to express one idea, like the Olympics motto “Faster, Higher, Stronger.”

Heraclitus (noun): A philosopher and line of thought that believe that fire is the origin of all things and that permanence is an illusion. Everything is an harmonious process of constant change.

Holocaust (noun): Example of the mass murderers and genocide that Human Beings are capable of. There are not many other places in the Multiverses that experience the same.


Ikigai (noun): Is a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being”. Everyone has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep search of self.

Income (noun): Money that is received, often on a regular basis and through work or investments.

Infinity (noun): State of endless expansion applied to time, space or quantity. A dimension or quantity of large size that is unaffected by finite variations. On mathematical terms it refers to the concept of a value greater than any finite value.

Isha (noun): The first messenger of 777. Sanskrit for Lord. On The Message, she is the first Lord. Pure and protective. She appears before the night prayer in a shaft of light, dressed in beauty and mystery.


Joneses (noun): A Human Being neighbour, of social equal, who appears to be in a privilege monetary position.


Katha (noun): The third messenger on 777. It is an Indian style of storytelling, which are a ritual event for Hindus. Normally involves professional storytellers. Katha Nuntius is the Third Messenger and Lord. She is an avid storyteller, relaying pure messages. It is the word that carries her. She comes to Worlds when they are in need of revelations and moral values. Consequences of Human Beings actions do bear significance to all and must be shaped.

Kena (noun): Another messenger on 777.

Knowledge (noun): Consciousness and awareness gained by experience and learning. Facts and feelings common to a group of people and understood by them.

Kumbaya (noun): Spiritual song played in campfires.


Leader (noun): A person who guides, inspires and directs others for a goal. Someone who places his team members above himself.

Life (noun): The existence of an individual human being or being. State that distinguishes living being from dead ones. Force that sustains beings between their birth and death.

Love (noun): To have great affection for someone else, manifested as passion, longing, fondness. In The Message is used mainly as the benevolent attitude of Gods toward Men and between Beings.


Magnetic (adjective): Exerting a powerful attraction. A body that attract certain substances, such as steel, as a result of a field of force generated by an electric charge.

Mandukya (noun): Another messenger on 777.

Mantra (noun): Any of the parts of the Vedic literature which includes psalms of praise. Any sacred word that by concentration carries some spiritual power. From Sanskrit ‘instrument of thought.’

Meditation (noun): Commonly described as the act of contemplation or reflection. In The Message it refers to clean your mind of thoughts and practice mindfulness.

Miracle (noun): Any amazing or wonderful event. It can be what you want it to be. From Latin meaning ‘to wonder at’.

Mirror Neuron (noun): A mirror neutron is a Human Being neutron that fires when that Being acts and when he observes the same action, executed by someone else. It is what allow you to learn and replicate through observation.

Money (noun): Medium of exchange that works as a currency issues by the Human Beings government. A particular form of currency.

Motivation (noun): Desire to do, incentive or drive. A reason for a Being to act or behave in a particular way.

Multiverses (noun): Aggregation of all existing matter. Collection of multiple universes that can exist in parallel realities.

Mundaka (noun): Another messenger on 777.


Neuroplasticity (noun): Brain plasticity is the process in which the brain neural connections and synapses are altered as an effect of environment, stimulus or other behavioural reason. It is what allows the Human brain to change itself.

Neurosicence (noun): Group of sciences that deal with the structure of the brain and function of the nervous system.

Nuntius (noun): From Latin meaning ‘messenger’.


Oxytocin (noun): The hormone of Love. In medical terms is a hormone released by the pituitary gland that causes delivery and stimulates the ejection of milk in women.


Paranthropus (noun): The scientific name often applied to a primate fossil, first found in South Africa in 1938.

Personal worth (noun): Personal or Self worth is the perception you have about yourself and the intrinsic value you sense you are worth.

Pituitary gland (noun): The major endocrine gland that is a pea-sized organ attached to the base of the brain. It controls growth and development, as well as the interaction with the other endocrine glands.

Polymath (noun): An individual of wide knowledge and experience, normally that can do extremely well a considerable number of activities. Someone who seeks to be a specialist generalist. Like the Quod Superius Being Leonardo Da Vinci.

Pulling a MacGyver (noun): A resourceful person, named after an American action-adventure series.


Quis possit esse a Mentoris: Latin meaning “Anyone can be a mentor”.

Quod Superius Being: Latin meaning “Superior or Higher Being”. Referring in The Message to various Men, leaders in their fields, that are a source of wisdom.

Quran (noun): The Islamic sacred book that is believed to be the word of God as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel and written down in Arabic.


Realm (noun): A kingdom or royal domain. A region or sphere within which anything can happen. Related to a field or area.

Reliance (noun): Trust and dependence on someone or something.

Rich (adjective): Well supplied with wealth. All richness come from relations, purpose, meaning and acts of service. Ultimately richness comes from the heart. Human Beings usually and incorrectly associate it with money.

Rigveda (noun): An ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns. It is one of the canonical sacred texts of Hinduism known as the Vedas.


Sacred Knowledge (noun): Wisdom and conscious related to the spiritual world and the Gods. It is needed in the path to Enlightenment. Widely described in the Vedas.

Samaveda (noun): An ancient India collection of Vedic Sanskrit melodies and chants. Part of the scriptures of Hinduism and one of the four Vedas.

Samhitas (noun): Part of the scriptures of Hinduism and the most ancient layer of text in the Vedas, consisting of mantras, hymns, prayers, litanies and benedictions.

Scarcity (noun): The state of being in short supply or shortage. Lack of something. Poverty.

Self (noun): A person’s essential being that distinguishes them from other beings. Especially considered as the object of introspection and discovered through meditation, live experience and introspection.

Septem (noun): The author of 777 and named after “seven” in Latin.

Shabbat (noun): The 7th day of the Jewish week and the day of rest and abstention from work.

Shifu (noun): Master in Mandarin.

Shruti (noun): In Hinduism it is the most-revered body of sacred literature, considered to be divine. Shruti works have been heard and transmitted by earthly sages as revelations.

Singer (noun): A true artist who uses music as an expression of self and to entertain.

Skadoosh (noun): Word said by Po when you preform the mushi finger hold. It is performed by holding one’s finger with your pinkie held up, then bring it down causing the destruction of the victim with awesomeness.

Socratic Method (noun): A pedagogical technique in which a teacher does not respond directly to a question, but instead answers with another question. The student should come either to the answer to the questions or to a deeper awareness of the limits of his knowledge.

Soul (noun): The spiritual or immaterial part of a human being or animal that is considered to be immortal and its energy can cross Realms.

Sperm (noun): Synonym for semen that is a Male Being reproductive fluid.

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (adjective): Wonderful, extremely good.

Survival (noun): State or action of continuing to live or exist. Relevant when an accident or difficult situation arises.


Taittiriya (noun): Another messenger on 777.

Tantra (noun): A Hindu or Buddhist mystical text. Adherence to the doctrines or principles of the tantras that include mantras, meditation, yoga, and rituals.

Terraqueous (noun): Inhabitant from planet Earth.

The Message (noun): The collection of 777 aphorisms relayed by the 7 Elder Gods that came to Earth.

Theragatha (noun): For the Buddhist it represents the verses of elder monks combined in a Buddhist scripture.

Tripitaka (noun): Is the name of the Buddhist sacred scriptures. Also referred to as Tipitaka, Composed about 500 BC.


Upanishads (noun, plural): Series of Hindu sacred texts written in Sanskrit before 200 BC. They portray the central philosophical concepts of Hinduism. They concern the nature of ultimate reality and the path to human salvation.


Vedas (noun): Referring to any of the four collections of the Indian scripture: the Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, and Atharva Veda. They describe the ideas and practices of Vedic religion Written before 700 BC they contain hymns, philosophy, and guidance on ritual.

Victim (noun): A person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of an accident or other event. Applies to moral victims too and not only physical.


Wealth (noun): All richness that is created and accumulated by coming from relations, purpose, meaning and acts of service.

Willpower (noun): A muscle of the human brain. The faculty by which a person decides or takes initiative. Determination, resolve, tenacity.

Wise Man (noun): A Being educated, close to Enlightenment that has pure knowledge. Person venerated by their experience, judgement and wisdom. Can be versed in astrology, magic or witchcraft in some cultures.


Yajurveda (noun): One of the four Vedas of Hinduism and the one of prose mantras. Compiles in Sanskrit formulas that were said by a priest while an individual performed rituals.

Yin Yang (noun): From Chinese philosophy, it relates to two principles, one negative, dark, and feminine (yin) and one positive, bright, and masculine (yang). Their balanced interaction influences the beings.

Yoga (noun): The Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline which includes breath control, meditation and adopting specific bodily postures. Done for health and relaxation reasons.


Zone (noun): Referred in The Message to being in the zone, or flow, which is a mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement and enjoyment.

Messages for the upcoming Millenium

Seven Messengers travelled through the Galaxy, crossing Time, Space and Multiverses, from the place where the Elder Gods still care about their People. They travel to other universes in times of need. A shadow of uncertainty, fear, growing extremism, separatism, war, despair and growing chaos looms over Earth. And so they arrived to deliver The Message and help the Human race. To save Humanity from themselves. Because if the current trend continues, the same behaviours and attitudes on a mass scale, the cancer will spread and Human Beings will kill this planet. Many Worlds have perished due to the lack of Knowledge of its beings and when Equilibrium is broken. Not this one.
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