The first beings to appear on Earth were believed to be reptilians and insectoids, who took physical form through the animal kingdom. These beings expressed the opposing cosmic forces of light and darkness. On the other hand, the fish served as a reconciler between these forces, remaining neutral towards both. Following the teachings of the fish during the lunar age, future magicians could reconcile these opposing forces within themselves. This could be achieved through a state of deep trance or absence of the senses, also known as Samadhi or the Duat. The realms of Hod and Netzach represent the veil of Maya, the first illusion of duality. The fish is the path to realizing and awakening to harmony within diversity. However, the process is still in its early stages, as the Sefirah of Tiferet and the higher reaches of the astral plane have yet to be formed.
It is important to note that while Tibetan Buddhists aim to merge the mind with boundless light, Chan Buddhism focuses on the fusion of the mind with cosmic darkness. The former is associated with insectoids, while the latter is linked to reptilians. Neither of these races was meant to be the dominant expression of the planetary dream or the core of human spiritual evolution. Instead, they acted as planetary custodians, greatly aiding human development and functioning as a spiritual exoskeleton. The fish is the true backbone of humanity's planetary spiritual evolution.
A major event took place on Earth during the shift from the First Age to the Second Age. The extensive ocean that formerly engulfed most of the planet started to retreat, exposing the land and facilitating the rise of amphibians. The Tarra age commenced, ushering in a period of progress and heightened consciousness on Earth. Tarra possessed the power to perceive and identify the existence of the newly emerged beings, representing Hod and Netzach. This crucial event not only laid the groundwork for the establishment of the Tiferet Sefirah and the lower Astral realm but also marked the beginning of the solar era. As a result of these changes, a semi-planetary empire developed during the Third Age alongside reptilian-insectoid species. The Avians, a highly advanced extraterrestrial race such as the Garudas, lived in this kingdom located in the higher astral plane. They became third-generation guardians of humans and may have contributed to the formation of the first Atlantis. These three kingdoms were crucial to Earth's evolution and had a significant impact on Taoist China.