Tathagata –The ruling council of the Vimāna-vāsin. Literally translating to “the perfect ones” represent the 9 first generation immortals of the realm. The first were Dyaus pitar and his consort Prithivi who were the students of Ak Obhya zZen the savior of the Gäwazaii War circa 4.1009 a.g.e..

Dyaus and Prithivi were joined by former rival Waralden Olmai spreading the teachings of their master throughout the realm and searching for the 6 remaining first generation immortals.  The Tathagata have served as the guiding force of their realm of existence. They have fostered alliances with the Alanday Collective, The Oirey Them and have been active in Idam since the 2nd Gawazaii incursion.


  • Dyaus pitar The Guardian – Regarded in India as the sky-god and father of god. Usually mentioned in association  with the earth goddess Prithivi.
  • Prithivi/Avenger – Worshipped in India as the earth goddess. Mother of Acala Bashir and wife of Dyaus pitar. The most powerful of the Tathagata.
  • Susanoo (Thunder) – Worshipped in Japan as god of the winds and of the ocean. Also in confused with the Norse Thunder God Thor. Associated with snakes and dragons.
  • Waralden Olmai (Dragon)  – One of the most esteemed gods of the Lapp. The name comes from the old Norse  veraldar god (‘world god’) The guardian of the east, Dhṛtarāṣṭra, in India is known as the king of the celestial musicians, the gandharvas. He is coloured white and has as his symbol a stringed instrument. In China he is called Ch’ih-kuo (in Japan, Jikoku; in Tibet, Yul-‘khor-bsrung) and is associated with summer.
  • Vaisravana/ Dark Star the Gaurdian of the North n India Kubera is called king of the yakṣas and is shown coloured yellow, holding a banner in the right hand and a mongoose in the left. In China he is called To-wen (in Japan, Bishamon; in Tibet, Rnam-thos-sras) and symbolizes autumn
  • Tia-yi of the 9 palaces/ Nova the gaurdian of the South Virūḍhaka, in India is king of the giant kumbhaṇḍas (pot-bellied gnomes). He is coloured blue or green and carries a sword. In China he is called Tseng-chang (in Japan, Kōmoku; in Tibet, ʿPhags-skyes-po) and symbolizes spring
  • Tarini the rising star/ Champion  – “She who delivers” also”, “Star”. She was the 3rd immortal
  • Sumbharaja/ Ion – Guardian of the madalas. He has three eyes, six arms, and in his crown bears the image of Akobhya. The eldest of the 1st Gen Vasin. he guardian of the west, Virūpākṣa, in India commands the serpents (nāgas). He is coloured red and has as his symbol a small shrine, or a jewel, and a serpent. In China he is called Kwang-mu (in Japan, Zōchō; in Tibet, Klu) and is associated with winter.
  • Vasudhara  /  The Redeemer – regarded by the Buddhist as the goddess of riches, She is the consort of  Vaisravana. She is portrayed as yellow