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The division of the archipelago era

Jakarta (DreamLandLibrary) - To understand the history of the archipelago, it is also necessary to understand the division of time written by Maharaja in the Kingdom of Dahana Pura with the title Sang Mapanji Sri Aji Jayabaya in his works Jayabaya Pranitiradya and Jayabaya Pranitiwakyo. (Mahaprabu Jayabaya lived about ten generations earlier than written in official history)

Time Distribution
The period of creation of the earth to its end point is 3 Times [Big Age] or Tri Times, and each Times is divided into 7 Ages [Medium Ages] or Sapta Kala, and 1 Age of Ages is divided into 3 Ages of Kala [Small Ages] or Prey Kala, and managed to sort the history of the kingdoms in the archipelago that the majority has been removed from official history.

Tri Kali or the 3 Great Ages consists of:
1. Kali Swara - an era full of natural sounds
2. Kali Yoga - Middle Ages
3. Kali Sangara - end times

Each Great Age is 700 solar years old, a calculation of years different from the Christian and Javanese years, the year used from the beginning of civilization. Conversion of every Great Age [Times] each is different], now that has been successfully converted is the calculation of Kali Sangara [end times], where 1 [one] Solar Year is equivalent to 7 Wuku Years, one Wuku year consists of 210 days which means 1 [one] Solar Year during the Great Sangara era is 1,470 days.

The following is a description of the division of the ages accompanied by the pedigree of the Great Kingdoms in the Archipelago starting from the Kali Swara, Kali Yoga, to Sangara River.

1. Kali Swara [era full of nature sounds]
Divided into 7 Middle Ages [saptakala], namely:

1.1. Kala Kukila [bird]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.1.1 Prey When Pakreti [understand]
1.1.2 Prey When Pramana [alert]
1.1.3 Prey When Pramawa [bright]

Parent kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages when Kukila:
Keling, Purwadumadi, Purwacarita, Magadha, Gilingwesi, Sadha Keling

1.2. Kala Buddha [the rise of kingdom]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.2.1 Prey Kala Murti [power]
1.2.2 Prey When Samsreti [rules]
1.2.3 Prey of the Mataya [united with the Creator]

Parent kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Buddhism:
Gilingwesi, Medang Agung, Medang Prawa, Medang Gili / Gilingaya, Medang Gana, Medang Pura, Medang Gora, Grejitawati, Medang Sewanda

1.3. When Brawa [brave]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.3.1 Prey Kala Wedha [knowledge]
1.3.2 Prey of the Arcana [place of prayer]
1.3.3 Prey Kala Wiruca [died]

Parent kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Brawa:
Medang Sewanda, Medang Kamulyan, Medang Gili / Gilingaya

1.4. Kala Tirta [Flood]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.4.1 Raksaka Prey [importance]
1.4.2 Prey When Walkali [greedy]
1.4.3 Prey When Rancana [trial]

The Parent Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Tirta:

Purwacarita, Maespati, Gilingwesi, Medang Gele / Medang Galungan

1.5. Kala Rwabara [miracle]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.5.1 Prey Kala Sancaya [association]
1.5.2 Prey of the Kala Byatara [power]
1.5.3 Prey When Swanida [rank]

The Parent Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Rwabara:
Gilingwesi, Medang Kamulyan, Purwacarita, Wirata, Gilingwesi

1.6. Kala Rwabawa [busy]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.6.1 Prey Kala Wibawa [influence]
1.6.2 Prey Kala Prabawa [strength]
1.6.3 Prey Kala Manubawa [meeting / meeting]

The Parent Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Rwabawa:
Gilingwesi, Purwacarita, Wirata Anyar

1.7. Kala Purwa [beginning]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
1.7.1 Teak prey [true]
1.7.2 Prey Kala Wakya [obedient]
1.7.3 Prey Kala Mayana [place of maya / Hyang]

Parent kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Purwa:
Wirata Kulon [Matsyapati], Hastina Pura

2. Kali Yoga [Middle Ages]
Divided into 7 Middle Ages [saptakala], namely:

2.1. Kala Brata [imprisoned]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.1.4 Prey of Kala Yudha [war]
2.1.5 Prey Kala Wahya [when / time]
2.1.6 Prey Kala Wahana [vehicle]

Kingdom of Mother Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Purwa:

Hastina Pura
2.2. Kala Dwara [door]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.2.1 Prey Kala Sambada [as appropriate]
2.2.2 Prey Kala Sambawa [miraculous]
2.2.3 Prey Kala Sangkara [lust]

Parent Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Dwara:
Hastina Pura, Malawapati, Dahana Pura, Mulwapati, Kertanegara

2.3. Kala Dwapara [the gods]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.3.1 Prey Kala Mangkara [doubtful]
2.3.2 Prey When Caruka [scramble]
2.3.3 Mangsa Kala Mangandra [dispute]

Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages when Dwapara:
Pengging Nimrata, Galuh, Prambanan, Medang Nimrata, Grejitawati

2.4. Kala Praniti [conscientious]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.4.1 Prey Kala Paringga [gift / favor]
2.4.2 Prey Kala Daraka [patient]
2.4.3 Prey Kala Wiyaka [smart]

Parent Kingdoms Archipelago in the Middle Ages When Praniti:
Purwacarita, Mojopura, Pengging, Kanyempuan, Quotations, End, Jenggala, Singasari

2.5. When Teteka [newcomers]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.5.1 My Prey When [getting ready]
2.5.2 Prey When Prawasa [forced]
2.5.3 Prey Kala Bandawala [war]

Parent Kingdoms Archipelago in the Middle Ages When Teteka:
End, Galuh, Magada, Pengging

2.6. Kala Wisesa [very powerful]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.6.1 Prey of Mapurusa [sentosa]
2.6.2 Prey When the Nisditya [extinct giant]
2.6.3 Kaka Kindaka Prey [disaster]

Parent kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages of Wisesa:
Pengging, End, Mojopoit [Majapahit]

2.7. At Wizard [slander]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
2.7.1 Prey Kala Paeka [slander]
2.7.2 Prey Kala Ambondan [rebellion]
2.7.3 Prey When Aningkal [kicks]

Parent Kingdoms Archipelago in the Middle Ages When Wizard:
Mojopoit, Demak, Giri

3. Kali Sangara [end times]
Divided into 7 Middle Ages [saptakala], namely:

3.1. Kala Proud
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.1.1 Dangerous Prey [nobleness]
3.1.2 Prey Kala Warida [confidentiality]
3.1.3 Prey Kala Kawati [unite]

Parent Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages when Proud:
Pajang, Mataram

3.2. Kala Sakti [power]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.2.1 Prey When Girinata [Shiva]
3.2.2 Prey When Wisudda [appointment]
3.2.3 Prey Kala Kridawa [dispute]

The Parent Kingdoms of the Archipelago in the Middle Ages:
Mataram, Kartasura

3.3. Kala Jaya
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.3.1 Prey Kala Srenggya [haughty]
3.3.2 Prey When Rerewa [disturbance]
3.3.3 Prey When Nisata [impolite]

Parent kingdoms in the Middle Ages of Kala Jaya:
Kartasura, Surakarta, Ngayogyakarta

3.4. Kala Bendu [punishment / calamity]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.4.1 Prey Kala Artati [money / material]
3.4.2 Prey Kala Nistana [place of contempt]
3.4.3 Prey When Justya [crime]

Parent kingdoms in the Middle Ages of Kala Jaya:
Surakarta, Ngayogyakarta, Indonesia [Republic]

3.5 Kala Suba [praise]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.5.1 Prey Kala Wibawa [authoritative / influential]
3.5.2 Prey Kala Saeka [united]
3.5.3 Prey When Sentosa [sentosa]

3.6. Kala Sumbaga [famous]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.6.1 Prey When Andana [giving]
3.6.2 Prey When Because [of pleasure]
3.6.3 Prey Kala Sriyana [beautiful place]

3.7. Kala Surata [towards the end times]
Divided into 3 Little Ages [prey of time]:
3.7.1 Prey Kala Daramana [wide]
3.7.2 Prey Kala Watara [simple]
3.7.3 Prey Kala Isaka [handrail]

Source:
Timmy Hartadi - Turangga Seta
Yogyakarta | Wuku Medhangkungan
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Presented at the Nusantara Exploration discussion
MCR, Yogyakarta | Tuesday December 15, 2009

Source: http://www.facebook.com/notes/sohirin-disainer/sejarah-panjang-nusantara-sejarah-nusantara-sebar-narasi-alternatif/392949485721

Source: http://hwww.candi.web.id/reference/pembagian-jaman/

There is no such thing as Indonesian territory in the Palaeocene geological periods (70 million BC), Eocene periods (30 million BC), Oligacene periods (25 million BC) and Miocene periods (12 million BC). The widely held opinion is that the embryo of the Indonesian archipelago was formed in the Pleistocene period (4 million years BC). But this land is still united with the Asian continent. It is also believed that there have been signs of the emergence of Homonids (a species believed to be the forerunner of humans) that inhabit this area. In its development at this time in the mainland which is now called Indonesia emerged a species known as the "Java Man". This creature, which is still a species of Pithecanthropus Erectus, was found in fossils in Pacitan - Central Java, and they are believed to be the first Indonesian population.

At the end of the Pleistocene the shape of the earth changed due to the melting of the ice caps in the polar regions which resulted in rising sea levels in all parts of the world. Many lands were inundated, then into the sea and dartan that was not flooded into the island. At this time what is called the Indonesian Archipelago is now formed. Changes in land area also triggered the transfer of the inhabitants who lived on it.

In the period of about 3000 BC - 500 BC in the Indonesian territory it was already inhabited not only by indigenous people but also by Sub-Mongoloid migrants from Asia and Indo-Arians from the South Asian sub-continent. It is believed that they all eventually mixed and descended descendants as what inhabits the archipelago now.

Important movements and migrations are when Indian migrants, especially those from Gujarat, Southeast India, enter Indonesian territory. This happened at the beginning of the century AD.

This contact and interaction gave rise to the introduction of writing to the Indonesian population. Pallawa script and Sanskrit language brought by immigrants from India began to be used in Indonesia (the western part) and continued to develop until the writing and language of Kawi or Old Javanese. This can be seen in the characters and that used in inscriptions found in Kalimantan, Java, Sumatra and other islands.

The initial relationship between the inhabitants of Indonesia and India (the southern part) which originated from trade expanded even further. More culturally advanced India at the time dominated the exchange of influences. Hindu beliefs and religions began to develop in Indonesia, forms of work began to take shape in Indonesia and many Indian life behaviors were adopted by all levels of society, especially in Java and western Indonesia.

Source: http://doks.indonesiakuno.com/ik overview/pra-sejarah/
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