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Hoax: Siliwangi VIII converted to Islam


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Jakarta (DreamLandLibrary) - Defeating and destroying a nation without having to fight, is to mislead the history of the nation, which is its enemy.

Also read: Hoax: Brawijaya V converted to Islam

The question is whether Arabs see Indonesia as an enemy, the same question can be asked, do other countries also see Indonesia as an enemy.

The answer, is not a matter of enemies or not enemies, but they want to control our natural resources, for the prosperity of their people. So in all sorts of ways (machiavellian), until how dare they claim that they are "Defenders of God" - while if they pray, they still ask to be protected by God.

Before reading "Siliwangi VIII converted to Islam", you need to keep in mind, why the Dream Land Team is very concerned about the need for the purity of Nusantara History

This is how they destroy our nation:
First, they obscured, misled, and confused the history of the archipelago
Second, they decide on knowledge about Our Ancestors
Third, they fabricated New History
According to the Chronicle of Cirebon in his early days Prabu Siliwangi merad (Gone / Moksa / Ngahiyang) after Pajajaran (Galuh) was defeated by Cirebon.

It seems necessary to explain beforehand, that there are also many people who do not know, that King Siliwangi is a title for Raja Pajajaran, which started from the son of King Wangi, who became King Siliwangi I

Also read: Prabu Siliwangi VIII's Prediction

Written in the Stone Inscription, it seems that King Siliwangi died normally, and the throne was handed over to his son King Surawisesa (King Siliwangi IV).

In the Carita Parahyangan Manuscript, the government of Sri Baduga is explained, including:

"Purbatisi Purbajati, where is my maturity, the enemy is a fierce enemy. Like kreta tang lor kidul kulon wetan has a taste of cretan.

Meaning:
The teachings of the ancestors were held in high esteem so that no enemy would come, whether in the form of warriors or mental illness. Happy prosperity in the north, west and east. The only ones who don't feel prosperous are the households that are greedy for religious teachings.

From this manuscript, it is known that many Pajajaran people have converted to Islam.

However, if it is also considered that King Siliwangi Sri Baduga Maharaja (King Siliwangi III) embraced Islam, this is still "possible" because there is no clear source, which states so.

In the Carita Parahyangan Manuscript, it was explained that King Siliwangi was circumcised, but circumcised was Sundanese Pituin Culture, aka Original Sundanese Culture. Thus, the circumcision of King Siliwangi III did not necessarily make King Siliwangi III embrace Islam. This can be further explained by the fact that Jesus Christ (Jesus Christ) was also circumcised, and surely Jesus Christ did not embrace Islam.

King Siliwangi III has a very well-known name in Bogor, namely Sri Baduga Maharaja Ratu Aji (Aji - Not Hajj). Whether disengajja or not, many write Aji as Hajj, as stated in the paragraph above.

From there interpreted that King Siliwangi VIII, which is actually a descendant of King Siliwangi VIII as a Muslim.

Even though King Siliwangi III himself was a devout Hindu, until the end of his life ..

Prabu Siliwangi Moksa (Ngahiyang)
Moksa is only known in Hinduism. So those who reach moksa are certainly penganut agama Hindu.

It turns out that what is mostly told in stories as the mongsa Siliwangi is King Siliwangi III, whether this is intentional or not.

Intentional because in order to disrupt history, unintentionally, because he has many wives, which is unusual in Sundanese culture.

Deliberate, even though the grave is clearly known, this is only to confuse. Because moksa people don't have graves.

As long as the term Prabu Siliwangi began to be used, the most famous King Siliwangi was Jayadewata alias Pamanah Rasa aka Sri Baduga Maharaja (King Siliwangi III) had 150 or 151 wives.

So it is not surprising, if he has always been a byword in Sundanese society.

Meanwhile, Prabu Raga Mulya alias Prabu Suryakancana (Prabu Siliwangi VIII) was the one who was moksa. He was the last King until the Kingdom of Pajajaran collapsed (collapsed) in 1,579 Maeshi.

Sribaduga (Prabu Siliwangi III) or Sri Baduga Maharaja Ratu Aji (Aji - Not Hajj) is the ancestor of Prabu Suryakancana who also holds the title "Siliwangi" (Prabu Siliwangi VIII) from the path of Nhay Kentring Manik Mayangsunda who is still Hindu.

The figure of Nhay Kentring Manik Mayangsunda who still adheres to Hinduism is recorded in the Bogor Pantun, Ageman Sunda Buhun Scripture.

This is why Putri Padmawati (Kentring Manik Mayang Sunda), prefers to remain in Kadaton Surabima in Sindang Barang, not in Pakuan. Suspected because for the sake of more to solidify his belief in the Sunda Agarna (So an sich is actually not Hinduism - But Buhun / Sundanese Ancestor Religion)

Putri Padmawati's ancestors came from "Nusa Bima" not from Pajajaran (Partini Sardjono, 1991). Therefore, his father, Prabu Panji Haliwungan (Susuk Tunggal) named his Sura as Sura Bima.

His son, Prabu Guru Gantang from historical records is called Prabu Surawisesa (1,521 AD - 1,533 AD), born in Sindang Barang ..

The descendants of King Siliwangi III (1,482 AD - 1,521 AD), enthroned in Pakuan (now Bogor) of the Empress (Garwa Padmi) are as follows:
  • Surawisesa (1,521 AD - 1,535 AD), enthroned in Pakuan
  • Ratu Dewata (1,535 AD - 1,543 AD), enthroned in Pakuan
  • Ratu Sakti (1,543 AD - 1,551 AD), enthroned in Pakuan
  • Ratu Nilakendra (1,551 AD - 1,567 AD), left Pakuan because of the attack by Hasanudin and his son, Maulana Yusuf
  • Raga Mulya (1,567 AD - 1579 AD), known as Prabu Surya Kencana, ruled from Pandeglang
Raga Mulya (Prabu Siliwangi VIII) was the last king of the Sunda Kingdom with the capital at Pakuan Pajajaran. This name in the Wangsakerta script is also referred to as Prabu Suryakancana.

In Carita Parahiyangan, known by the name Nusya Mulya, Prabu Suryakancana is not domiciled in Pajajaran, but in Pulasari, Pandeglang.

Therefore, he is also known as Pucuk Umun (Panembahan) Pulasari, who may be domiciled in Kaduhejo, Menes District on the slopes of Mount Palasari.

So what is meant is that King SIliwangi Moksa is the last Siliwangi, namely King SIliwangi VIII, also known as Prabu Suryakancana (Raga Mulya). It is known from the Pantun Bogor, that the ancestors of the mother consort Nhay Kentring Manik Mayang Sunda who are Hindu.

Prabu SIliwangi VIII is told to be imprisoned in Kaduhejo Gunung Palasari, Banten, at a location thought to be the center of his ancestral Salakanagara kingdom. He also told merad (Gone / Moksa / Ngahiyang) in this place.

The term "Nu Siya Mulya" means you think Mulya,

This is likely an insult to his self as a result of being defeated in war. All the descendants of King Siliwangi Sri Baduga Maharaja from Garwa Padmi Nhay Kentring Manik Mayang Sunda were destroyed (mud).

In Pustaka Nusantara III / 1 and Kertabhumi I / 2 stated,

"Pajajaran vanished ekadaśa śuklapaksa Wesakamasa sewu limang or punjul siki ikang Śakakala"

That is,
"Pajajaran disappeared on the 11th bright part of the Wesaka month in 1501 Saka."

The date coincides with May 8, 1,579 AD

Also read: The Final Trip of King Siliwangi VIII (1,567 AD - 1,579 AD)

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