Regarded as the originator of the Dzogchen school of Buddhism, Garab Dorje was miraculously born to a virgin and daughter of King Dharmasoka of India.
was placed in a burning pit for seven days.
Remembering a dream foretelling his
divine birth, the princess drew him from the pit unscathed and named him Rolang Dewa.
The Indian Savior and demon slayer Karttikeya was born from a seed of Shiva (Third Aspect of Hindu Trinity, Holy Spirit), via Agni (God of Fire), who dropped it into the Ganges (waters of life, Yesod).
was sometimes called Agnibhuva (Agni's son) and Ganga-putra (Son of Ganges), a boy bright as the sun and beautiful as the moon.
Karttikeya was (as recommended by Jesus to Nicodemus) born of water (of Yesod, the sexual force) and (the fire) of the Holy Spirit.
In another version of Karttikeya's birth it was written that he was born from fire that fell from the third eye of the god Siva (Holy Spirit) into a lake (waters of Yesod) near Madras.