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2950: In Hindu lore and religion Surya, the sun or sun god, is traditionally depicted seated on a lotus in a chariot of gold drawn by seven horses or by a single horse with seven heads.
The Sanskrit word surya comes from the root sur or svar `to shine', and Surya's brilliance is portrayed by rays of light surrounding his head.
From the God Star, Sirius, Surya holds the balance for natural forces in the earth. He is assisted by his chela, the ascended master Cuzco, whose etheric retreat is at Viti Levu in the Fiji Islands in the South Pacific.