Alice Bailey sure likes to reference the Hindu fire god, Agni, in her work. I haven’t found her mention Indra yet. The reason for this is Agni is Prometheus who is Satan-Moloch-Lucifer and so on. Agni is the god of fire and burnt offerings as was Prometheus. If you are having a hard time following me, read Hessiod’s Theogony. Only Agni is mentioned in her glossary. Agni’s two men on a horse is very similar to the Freemason/Templar symbol of two men on a horse:
Agni, the Vedic god of fire, has two heads, one marks immortality and the other marks an unknown symbol of life. Agni has made the transition into the Hindu pantheon of gods, without losing his importance. With Varuna and Indra he is one of the supreme gods in the Rigveda. Due to the link between heaven and earth, and deities and humans, he is associated with Vedic sacrifice, taking offerings to the other world in his fire. InHinduism, his vehicle is the ram.
Mr. Moloch himself, Prometheus-Agni-Lucifer-Satan-Loki-Set..incurred the wrath of Zeus for offering the concept of burnt offering to humans. For that Zeus tried to dilute the bloodline of Prometheus with Pandora (one of Zeus’ own bloodline descendants).