Scythian warriors served the Assyrians and the Babylonians kings. They were known to be expert archers and metal workers. In Vedic writings they are called the “Saka” and are said to have ruled the ancient world for 7000 years. Saka is likely the origin of the words “Sacae” (Latin) and “Saxon.” The Saka are related to the Kushan-Yuezhi who called themselves Visha or the Vijaya. This is usually rendered “tribes” although the word refers to their two ruling royal houses, as in vijana , the splitting of wisdom. In Vedic tradition, pra-jna means “wisdom of the great house.” The words have multiple, related meanings (polysemic). In Vedic tradition the a-laya-vijña-na is the seed of the receptacle-world, but literally it means the receptacle of the seed, as in va-gina, symbolized originally by the pictograph V.
Karmic seeds - bija - are laid down in Alaya-vi-jña-na to produce karmic fruition. Alaya (aalaya) refers to a house, dwelling, or a receptacle. Bi is a variant of vi.
vi or bi - separation, division into two parts (social moiety)
jna - wisdom / to know
The divine Seed was regarded as giving life on earth and also immortality. Consider how the Bible refers to Christ as the Seed. Genesis 3:15 foreshadows the Messiah’s birth to the Woman who shall bring forth the “Seed” that crushes the serpent’s head. Jesus refers to himself as the Divine Seed in John’s Gospel.