The Book of Genesis

Project: The Genesis
Author: Lem Chuck Moth

Started date: September/01/2011
Last updated: September/30/2017
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According to contemporary Christian belief, the book of Genesis is the Bible's testament about God and his creation. As the introduction to Christianity, the book included accounts of God in his early interference with men. From the formation of the Universe to the creation of Adam and Eve, the Genesis provided highly abstract accounts of our physical Cosmos and its development under the God creator. On the story of creation, sketchy descriptions provide hints on how God created our universe and its living things including both animals and humen beings in six days. In most of the accounts God expressed his wishes and no detail information was given on how those wishes were realizing. Following the Abrahamic schools of religious practices, religious scriptures were compiled to gain acceptance from the general audience rather than to sustain academic values and our own findings show that the book of Genesis was not an exception. As we shall argue later, the conception of God and his creation is much more complex than that was portrayed by the Christian view as based currently on the literally interpretation of the old testament. The dilemma started when Christians were made to believe in a personal god of the Jewish people, powerful enough to create human kind out of nothing, but had all the problems to convey his people to obey his rule. This limited view contradicts their own general conception that God is one and as its creator, rules the Physical world and all living things that were created in it. This knowledge base of the physical reality in connection to the God creator, actually constitutes the theist current set of views. To the atheist communities however, the Bible Genesis' accounts of God and creation are too abstracted and, as far as literally interpretation is concerned, is incompatible with science. Looking in a different perspective, we shall attempt to bring out these obscurities back to light. By cross referencing to their earlier versions, many of these accounts could be referred to the whole Middle Eastern development of the Moon God Tsin whom we shall identify as the personal (living) god first of Abraham and later of the Israelite People. Known in the east as Meru, the Moon God was crucial in the development of the western culture that along with the Man Culture was responsible to bring up humanity from its birh to its current stage of today. Happening during the Buddhist Bhadrakalpas, humanity had been developped through the birth of Adam and Eve and had been guided through by both the Sun and the Moon Gods until the end of the last kalpa when God decided to unlish the great flood upon human kind to perish except the family of Noah. After the flood, the three sons of Noah, Ham Sem and Jephet were actually representing three different branches of human race that were descended from modern men to spread around the globe after the Great Flood. They all were God's people who through sins rebelled and continued to rebel against God.

Of the Source and the Interpretation
The source of the Genesis is as controversial as its content. With no reference, its bibliography was up to speculation. As well as most Christians are inclined to believe that it was the work of God or at least inspired by him, many scholars however speculate that it was the work of Moses or one of his descendants. The postulation is plausible since the exodu 's account was happening during Moses's lifetime. After that, a big part of its account was written primary to serve as the history of the Israelite People 's relationship with God. The focus on Israel as the center of God's attention would set the old testament furthermore into becoming the history of the Israelite people. Following the same misconception, Christians got the wrong perception that the God of the Bible was actually the god of the Jewish people exclusively. The dilemma was when the Christian churches attempted to expand the religion to the rest of the world through the marketing claim that the Jewish God Yaweh was one and the only one god of the universe. Knowledgeable audience from the scientific community and to the least extend other branches of the same western Abrahamic School did not share the same belief. The Sumerian tradition conveys instead that from Adam to Abraham, the Israelite people as well as other human beings were originally worshipping the same god. The discrepency, as we shall argue, happened when the offsprings of Abraham started on their own religious practices following the delusional knowledge of God and Evil. While emphasizing on a universal god, Zoroatrianism created confusion among the Abrahamic schools, notably in the new created branches of Christianity and Islam. To start, the ill distinction between God and his effect had led to the wrong impression that Jerusalem is always the site of God's dwelling. Another controversial subject was about the Garden of Eden where Adam and Eve were conceived and lived to be literally located between the Tigris and the Euphrate River. As many attempts to verify using scientific methods had failed to locate such holy place between the two rivers some scholars suggested that metamorphism should be considered when trying to interpret its many accounts. Of its source, many scholars believe that it was retrieved from the Torah, which was on its own account including myths from earlier Sumerian clay tablets (Notes: The Sumerian Accounts of Creation and the Flood Myth). We shall further more conclude that the Genesis is actually a scripture of the Meru Culture concerning its intervention with the Israelites in particular, and the Middle Eastern people in general. By focusing on selected accounts of the Genesis itself, we shall identify that Meru was actually the God of Abraham. We shall start by the general conception of God and his creation and throught it would work on selected topics of the old testament to draw our conclusion.

We shall then explain why Meru banned the knowledge of witchcrafting (Of God and Evil) and promoted the knowledge of Life. At the same time, we shall make reference to both Hindu and Buddhist Cosmogony if needed, when dealing with other religious conception or mythology of the Bible. In the overall correlation to the intervention of God (of the Universe) on nature, the findings would allow us to validate the Hindu conception of the Trinity of divine interference with humanity in general.

The Notion of God
Through out the history of mankind, religious schools had recorded supernatural events that were believed to be of God' s manifestation and compiled into sacred scriptures for future reference. The dilemma was that there are many different versions of God' s presentation during his manifestation so far recorded through out the history of mankind. It proves that (even restricting on God's effect into the physical world) the nature of God intervention is already too complex for human total comprehension. To solve the problem, abstraction in the form of mythology was often used by religious scholars to simplify the phenomenon that happened in most cases as a complex series of events. Cross reference with other sources could be beneficial for better comprehension of the scripture. Focusing on the Genesis 's account, we found the reference in eastern sources very much helpful in clarifying some of its mystical contents. We start by relating the word "God" in western scripture to the word "Yang" of the Austroasiatic cosmogony. Of its abstract form, God or Yang is referring to the supreme authority of both the physical and spiritual worlds whose existence could only be verified through his manifestation. In Buddhism, God's manifestation was divided into many kalpas of his intervention into earthly humanity. Each Kalpa is associated to a supreme Buddha on his mission to leed humanity into Nirvana. Of its concrete form, God or Yang is a title referencing to a Buddhisatvas for his mission to start a new kalpa and finish it with his own enlightment and the helping of close associates to get the Arahantship. In this Kalpa, Hindu had classified three kinds of God's intervention as observed through out his descendants. Pantheism is based on the belief that God interfered in the physical world as part of nature. Recorded in the early accounts of the Rig-Veda, they were actually retrieved after the actual practice of Shamanism (Brahmanism in its early stage) or their own experience with nature. The personal interference through incarnation of a living-God or a Holy Ghost was found to be recorded during the Meru reign as a cakravatin (universal) ruler of Middle East and the west. The account of the Ho, the Iswa (or Iswin) and the Aryaman 's exploit were next to be recorded (in the Rig-Veda) to be classified as the theist form of God's interference of which Hindu scholars attributed later to Lord Siva. Last and not least, Buddhism was conceived by Buddha Gautama to lead humanity into the ultimate salvation through his Dharma. Because it emphasized on God' s morality rather than God's direct intervention, it was often perceived as Atheism. The Trinity is then conceptually formed as a complete set of God' s intervention (into humanity) as the overall effect of the same Unniversal God (Notes: The Trinity and its classified view of God's Intervention). With that conception in place, we shall try to identify the God of the Bible through his creativity as described in the Book of Genesis. We start by linking the Noah Flood 's account of the Bible to the Southeast Asian flood 's stories involving a divinity called Yang Bot helping the flood survivors to cope with the flood (Prehistory: The Noah Flood). Known in Buddhist tradition as King Samanta, Yang Bot was a Buddhisatva who started our current Kalpa in the search for enlightenment. His mission was to sustain humanity during the Great Flood and to create the Man Culture and Race after the catastrophic event. Of his legacy, he was later deified as Lord Brahma by the Hindu Cosmology and became the founder of Brahmanism. On the same premises, we shall identify that the God Father of the Genesis was actually the combined essence of Brahma and the work of Meru (later deified as Siva) in their intervention of the world civilization through out our current Kalpa (Notes: The God Father of the Genesis). Since past encounters also happened in a very few occasions and in selected sites, there was emphasis of making his presence restricted to Middle East only. Jewish, Christian and Muslim alike were made to believe that the god father (as presented in the Genesis) was their god and to the worst case only theirs (exclusively). While each school fought for the authenticity of theirs claim, they contradicted themselves with theirs own instilled notion of a universal god father who was in fact responsible for the whole of humanity of the world. This confusion between God and his effect (of a living-god) was in fact the result of the knowledge of "God and Evil" that was wrongly applied into the cosmogony of the Abrahamic religions. On the same misconception, theologians wrongly classified Abrahamic religion as theist and failed to recognize that the Meru development at Middle East was just a small part of his overall mission for the whole world. Like other entity of the physical world, the Meru' s living-godhead also has his life cycle. In that regard, we shall argue that the rest of Meru's reign as a living-god was going to meet its end-time. The Meru's exodus from Judea that was in accordance to the cosmic transition in the Sumerian discipline of Trinity, explain the orphanage of western religion at its current stage, in regard to the presence of the godfather. In its late development, the Meru Culture was already complete its life cycle and gave birth to Buddhism.

The Living-gods
In all existing theologies, the most common of all God' s intervention is his incarnation as a living god or Personal God among mankind. While a human being is born and reborn according to his normal birth-death cycle, a Man (living-God) is born in human form with a specific mission to accomplish in regard to humanity. For instance, Buddha Gautama was quoted to come from the divinity plane of Tusita and he was born as a Man to search for enlightenment and his ultimate mission was to lead humanity to its ultimate salvation. Born as a human being, he is biologically subject to the same law of the natural science while his spirit is on the other hand associated to the Supernatural world of divine nature. His supernatural power is however constrained to the natural law of the physical world. In conformance to his teaching, Buddhist discipline moreover restricted his work to be of a human being and his achievement was not supposed to be done through supernatural power. He had made it clear that his mission was accomplished mainly through his own merit accumulated through many existence of natural life. Nevertheless, Buddhist cosmogony also emphasize of spiritual interference (especially of Brahma and Indra) to assist him in achieving his mission. In perfect harmony with nature, Buddha functions through his acquired merits and his achievement would blend perfectly with his law of evolution. His ability to perform miracles was often mentioned by followers but hardly proved to the skeptics who see in a living god just a high achieving human being. It is said that Buddha Gautama once had displayed all kind of supernatural miracles but warned all his disciples not to seek the knowledge. To believers, a Man or living god can also involve with humanity after his death as a Holy Ghost and presented itself to the believers as fire (or energy) or simply through other spiritual manifestation. With that concept of a living god or Man set in place, we shall look on concrete evidences from the Sumerian world to identify the god (more precisely the living god) of the Genesis who conceived Adam and Eve as the progenitors of modern men. From the vestiges of its archeology's site, we know that the God Tsin was then reigning supreme as the god King of the Sumerian Cakravatin Empire (The early civilization: The development of the Sumerian Culture: The Sumerian Culture). As the Hindu God Siva, the Sumerian God Tsin was a deified Godhead of Meru who was making his way to reign over Middle East through marriage with the queen of the West. On the other hand, the Buddhist Tradition confirms that Meru was in the same line of descendants from the primordial King Mahasamanta as other Cakravatin monarchs of the Sumerian world. Deified as one of the Trinity, Siva has also a time-limited for his reign, The Hindu Cosmogony confirms Meru's rule to be of a complete Yuga. All these findings clearly indicate that Meru was in fact the Living Moon God Tsin of Sumer. Until his last incarnation as Buddha Gautama who went straight to Nirvana after his death, the Moon God Tsin stayed with humanity through more occurrences of birth as a human being. His direct descendants who ruled Mesopotamia as Cakravatin monarchs were also taking part of his Middle Eastern development. This multiple incarnation was necessary in the accomplishments of various missions and purposes that he needed to accomplish. Through space and time, he was remembered by many references that were given to him, through out all his intervention. For instances, the reference as Hara (Ho-la) is better known in Muslim world as Allah while Isvara (Isva-la) is better known in the Torah as Yaweh. In Sivaite folklore that binds all Meru' s exploit as the Moon God Tsin, Hara and Isvara were two of the many more Sakan references to God Siva during his reign over the world. Buddhist believes that Buddha Gautama was also a living-God (Man) who, in correlation to the Trinity, had the mission to lead humanity to salvation. While reviewing the old concept of Trinity composing of the Sun, the Moon and Sura godship, Hindu institutions had mix opinion about Buddha's proper place among God's manifestation. Vishnuism later included Buddha Gautama as an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Hinayana Buddhists however rejected the inclusion since they perceived that Vishnuism was demonic and were conceived through the false godship of Osiris and Isis' s pantheon. The Sumerian tradition moreover confirms that he is in the direct lineage of King Samanta through Meru's lineage. Mahayana Buddhism treated Buddha Gautama to be of both Sivaist and Vishnuist background and conceived Hariharalaya as a new symbol of the third Trinity's membership.

Of Heaven and Earth
In the Genesis, Eden is a place on earth where the god of heaven interferes directly with the early humanity. In Buddhism, mount Himalayas constituted the northern tip of Jumbudvipa where the living-gods originated and dwelled while carrying on their mission of their earthly assignment (Notes: The last four Buddhas of the Bhadrakalpa). It was where King Samanta started a new generation of humanity at the start of the Kalpa. Folk-tales claim that it was connected directly with the heaven through a silver ladder (or a rope) of which God and his angels used to descend to the earth to carry on his mission and climb back after the task was done. His son Uru was known later to extend the Eden west into Mesopotamia where his descendants could spread humanity through out the western globe. The place called Kurdistan that was located at the western footstep of mount Himalayas, might have been the western holy site of the Man Culture. Etymologically, Kurdistan (Kuru-Desa-Tan) is meant to be the "ream of Kurudesa" and was the same as Kuruksetra that, according to Hindu cosmogony was the country of the Sun God Uru the progenator of the Man race. While Uru continued to spread the Man culture westward, the original Man Race extended itself to the Kun-Lun range of the Himalayas. The Chinese called them the Kun-Lun people who through their ancestral home land of Southeast Asias, inherited the abnormal Hemoglobin E trait (HbE) of the Great Flood Survivors they split into two groups (Eden: The thalassaemi belt from Asia-Pacific to Europe: Figure 36: p.213). The Beta thelassaemias were restricted to Southeast Asia and Middle East. In contrast, the Alpha thalassaemias bearers were spreading along the vast geographical distribution that includes Africa and the Polynesian group of the Pacific islands. According to the Hindu folklore, they were actually the rulers of Mahabharata' s human race. The other place that was proved to be among the ancient sites of the world civilization of today, was Ur. Archeology found vestiges that dated back at around 3800 BC, old enough to predate most of the vestiges that were so far found in Middle east. Named after the Sun God Uru, Kurdistan and Ur represented the extension of Kuruksetra of the Mahabharata outside of the Tian country. The finding leads us to believe that right after the Great Flood, Uru sent some of the earlier flood survivors to find safer ground and started their new life. Among the first to venture out were the Malays who were already mastering their sea traveling skill. Ethnography points out that the austroasiatic speakers Orang Asliens were actually theirs ancestors. Living surrounded by the sea, evidences show that they were already mastering the sea navigation through small canoes or boats and rafting. Since their life-style did not depend on agriculture, they could start venturing out early by living on root crops that were found to be abundant in Africa, the pacific islands and South America. Evidences show that despite their backward life-style, they were already living in communities under their village 's chief or medicine man. Known as Shaman (Xia-man), these community leaders were in fact members of the Manu's organization. Toward the west, Ur was founded as a stop to facilitate theirs connection back home with the Xia Dynasty. Toward the east theirs first stop were at South America where they met their Polynesian compatriots coming from the Pacific Islands. In Sumerian Folklore, the new explored territory was referred as the earth (Kia) under the relationship of the goddess Kia that was known also as the mother earth. At later date, a descendant of king Samanta named Meru also made his journey to Middle East. With him, court members bearing the Beta thalassaemias were spreading in a smaller terrain that could be identified as the ream of the Meru Culture. It included Middle Eastern countries where Meru settled as a cakravatin monarch after marrying the queen of the west. During its early development, evidences show that his empire had extended to the east where the legendary Yellow Emperor and later the Quin (Jin) Dynasty ruled China. The Eden stayed until the start of the Kalayuga during which the Meru Culture started to degenerate. As the new generation of earth's rulers became mortal, the Silver ladders disappeared (the rope was cut off) leaving the gods to fend for themselves on the surface of the earth. At the same time, men started to disperse themselves around the globe and consequently created their own world by separating themselves from the original Bharata Kuru. Along with the displacement of the Eden from Southeast Asia, the diversion of language and Culture occurred. In the process the conception of Eden changed its conception and its name accordingly. The Kambujas called it Babylon while the Hindus called it Dvaravati. As Babylon is meant to be the gate of Gods in Semitic Language, Dvaravati was meant to be the abode of the gate (of God) in Sanskrit while Jerusalem is meant in Hebrew to be the place where God dwelled. They were members of the Sky Gods of the Sumerian pantheon namely the Moon God Tsin and the Sun God Uru. The Queen of the west was from the beginning considered as a goddess, but was not worshipped in the Sumerian pantheon during the early phase of the Meru Culture. As her power was enhanced by the Red Energy, Hindu priest later revered her as the goddess Kali (Notes: The Goddess Kali). Under her rule, a new generation of western gods and angels were portrayed to have wing and were known as the Anunnaki.

Another controversial attribution to God is the Garden of Eden. According to Christian belief, it was where Adam and Eve were conceived and lived until God chased them out. This is another account of Genesis that literally interpretation becomes a problem not only on the garden itself, but on its two knowledge trees as well. Once again, We would base our interpretation on the general knowledge of the world religion and to adjust our view according to the Sumerian account. Our finding shows that the Garden of Eden was located at the east where knowledge trees are planted beside the botanical fruit tree. From the Knowledge trees, the fruits from the Tree of Life are for human consumption while God forbade the fruit from the trees of the Knowledge (of everything). To be more compatible with the Genesis s knowledge of Good and Evil, we shall call it the knowledge of God and Evil (Notes: The Knowledge of Everything).

The Orchard of the Man Culture
The Bible describes the location of the Eden to be at the source of four rivers and from its description, no such place could be found today (Notes: The four rivers). With some adjustment we could locate it either at Kurdistan of Turkey today and at Ur of the lower Mesopotamia. The problem was that the Euphrate and the Tigris rivers do not have a common source as stated in the Genesis' s account, but instead merge at Ur before flowing into the Persian Golf. With some adjustment, the two places could be potentially the real location of the Genesis's Garden of Eden. Its antiquity stood out from other mystic places where Adam and Eve were conceived and took residency with God whom they later betrayed. The findings would make Ur as the best possible site of the Genesis's Garden of Eden. Nevertheless, no concrete evidences so far found of such garden 's existence at both Kurdistan and Ur. Instead, they show that Southeast Asia was the orchard of human Culture four times already under the initiatives of primordial Buddhas. What we do next is to make sure that the rest of Eden's account of the Genesis would fit into the same metaphor. In the next account of Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruits of Knowledge, the Genesis did not provide any specific reference of what kind of fruit they ate and why God forbade them to consume the fruit at the first place. To make it more obscure, folklore added natural flavor into the account that make the story line even more controversial. When they were eating, it is said that one of the fruits was stucked in Adam's throat and caused the lump in his throat. Through inheritance, all his male descendants are born with it and that explains why the lump is called the Adam's apple. This folk belief was by all means unscientific and to say the least unrealistic, but to Christian scholars it added appealing to the Genesis's story. Through time and space, the folklore was spread and accepted as a true fact and became one of the delusions of Christianity as seen by critics. Many other accounts of the Genesis also contained similar abstract reference that create misinformation when trying to make literally interpretation. As we had seen, the location of the Garden of Eden presents itself as one among mystified places mentioned in the Bible, the same way that many other ancient sacred places were found to be all around the world through the dispersion of the Meru Culture. As indicated in the Bible that it is located at the East, it was actually tended at Southeast Asia but was later transplanted at the congregation of the two rivers when the Sumerian court settled itself at Ur (The Man Race: the Human Civilization: The Eden of the Man Culture). Either as the god 's dwelling place or the cultural birthplace of human specie, Ur represented itself as the seat of the next human Culture. Evolved from Brahmanism, the Meru Culture (later known as Sivaism) was actually originated at the eastern footstep of Himalayas where the real great flood myth originated. Located in the heart of the tropical region, the Eden of Southeast Asia was well disposed to be much more than the orchard of tropical fruit trees. As we had argued, it was also the orchard of ancient knowledge trees that became later the staple for the development of human mentality around the world. True to the claim that Jumbudvipa was the birthplaces of four primordial Buddhas as described in Buddhist literature, evidences show that Southeast Asia was the birthplace of ancient human cultures, four time conceived during each of the four Buddhist cycles. Due to its geographical isolation, some of the knowledge were preserved and could be found to exist until recent days among indigenous tribesmen of the deep forest. Among them, were worshipers of the Sun God who still practiced the art of headhunting and cannibalism (Kamboja Desa: The exploit of Funan: Pi kien or the Island of the Kambujas). Oral tradition said that the Lawa tribesmen inherited the knowledge from theirs ancestors of previous Kalpa and intended to keep it despite the objection of King Samanta. For that, they rebelled against him and continued to practice theirs knowledge outside of his circle. Its knowledge base connection to spirituality led to the bad application in the ancient world that were banned by both Sivaism and Buddhism. Among its application, the knowledge could extend human physical life that led to the emergence of the giant (Yakkha)'s race in the early phase of the Kambojan rising (Kamboja Desa: The Exploit of Funan: Pi kien or the Island of the Kambujas). Buddhist manuscript of Mahavamsa confirmed that Nagadvipa was then infested by Yakkhas, roaming among Southeast Asian natives. Buddha Gautama had to venture out of his safety zone to drive them out to free the natives from the harmful bad practices. Banned by both the Sivaite and Buddhist schools, the knowledge gradually disappeared from Southeast Asia. Nevertheless, the knowledge already had its explosive debut at Middle Eastern homeland of the Kambujas despite the objection of the Moon God Tsin.

The Knowledge of God and Evil
The Sumerian records of Gilgamest and Innana making their trips to the Netherland where the Garden of Eden is located confirms to us that the garden was actually located at Southeast Asia. The highly mystified account conveys that they were looking to find solution for their own dilemmas. In conjunction with the birth of Seth, our interpretation of the story line is that they were actually looking to build their own empire. Instead of finding the Meru societies where they can get the fruit from the tree of Life, they found instead supernatural practitioners of the local Lawa tribesmen whom they recruited to carry on the rituals for their own kingship. These religious figures were from the society of Sun worshipping Bull shamans who were masters of ancient magical art (Notes: The Ancient Magical Art). Beside Giantism, witchcrafting was another application of the forbidden knowledge that allowed humen to tap in the spiritual world and to use it for their own benefit (Notes: The Golden Bull). With the help of the eastern shamans, men started to use the knowledge to propel their life-style making the western world becoming the center of human civilization of today. More concrete evidences of that development could be found at Middle East. Following the myth of Gilgamesh, Kufu and his descendants started on their own odyssey to build their pantheons and to make themselves as divinity. To draw-in believers, he needs miracles to catch theirs attention. It is said that he had sponsored a study on resurrecting dead body back to life with a magician Djedi (Ae: The Making of a Legend: p. 25) and according to western belief, he had succeed in the study. The Pyramid was then built, not just a tomb to store his death body, but his preserved spirit as well. For worshipping, spirits had to be present when invoked and the practitioners communicate with the spirits through Idols. In the practices, they furnished themselves with divine images to convey upon members of their communities that theirs God were real. In the Egyptian pantheons, Godheads of strange forms were depicted for the purpose of idoling human spirit into an object for worshiping. From the Sumerian account of Gilgamesh and Innana trips to the Netherworld, we believe that the Egyptian priests learned the knowledge from a group of Southeast Asian Shamans who were specialized in Paganism. From the belief that a person's spirit could be trapped in his own preserved body, the queen Isis used it to restore her slain husband back to life. By promoting the forbidden knowledge into a full-blown application, she made herself rival of the Moon God Tsin and took the role of the new queen of the west. She then introduced the God Horus as a new deity that was going to challenge the supremacy of the Moon God Tsin and changed the western cosmogony for good. While God spiritual presence and blessing is granted according to God's grace and will, the idol's spirit is always there for the invocation. In a high stake situation, Isis was under the spell of the Kala Yuga that brought the Middle Eastern Meru Culture to start declining. What is dangerous was that trough complex rituals and sacrifices, bad or evil spirits were invoked to meet human need (Notes: The Evil Spirits). Through her influence, Hinduism already introduced Lord Vishnu as another cosmic figure of the Kala Yuga. One of his incarnations, Rama, was actually the spiritual preservation of the Ramaseus's mummification. Through witchcraft, Egyptian priest performed rituals on theirs preserved spirits to make them becoming the god-kings of the Egyptian pantheons. To give the final blow to the Meru Culture, Zeroastrianism introduced a single God' s concept that created more confusion in the western political and cultural arena. Consecrated as the only God of the Universe, Ashura worked through the invocation of a unified godhead of Soleiman (Solaman in Sanskrit) or Solomon to challenge the Aryaman of the Meru' s godhead. Through Tartarization, it was not before long that the practices were spreading into the ream of Man. In Buddhist temples of today, the art of passing on merits to the souls of the love-one was seen practiced along with other witchcraft rituals. At the same time, the presentation of Buddha' s images in display became a common practice inside a pagoda. It could be checked out that the first images were made during the Hellenistic era where Greek influence had been found in the earlier Mauryan and later the Gupta's periods. While the practice is harmless, the images often induce the wrong perception that Buddhism was based on idolism. This tendency of perceiving God's images as worshipping idols were even more widespread in Hindu practices. Back in Greece of the ancient time, it was a common practice that the images of God and Goddess were erected everywhere for both public view and worshipping.

The Knowledge of Life
Before he entered Nirvana, Buddha Gautama warned his disciple of the danger of using wrong knowledge that are numerous in number to be compared as the leaves of a dense forest full of trees. Because of their serious harmful side effects, Buddha warned and discouraged men from digesting wrong knowledges. The warning was actually the same one mentioned in the Bible concerning the consumption of the fruit from the Tree (of Knowledge) of God and Evil. As the tree of knowledge, the Tree of Life was not a real botanical fruit tree. It was actually an abstract representation of the knowledge base of life that extents Natural Science into the spiritual worlds as taught in the Sumerian religious institution (Notes: The Sumerian Knowledge of Life). According to the Bible, Adam and Eve broke God'd rule and were chased out from the Eden. As punished by God, the knowledge base of life was off limit to men and later to the Abrahamic schools of the west.The knowledge consists of the intervention of three divine energies represented by the Sun, the Moon and the Eclipse in their in the natural life sustaining of the earth. Known as the trinity of God's manifestation, the three brothers took turn to rule the physicale world. While both the Sun and the Moon have concrete shape of natural form, the eclipse was just an optical effect created by the movement of the Sun and the Moon in reference to the earth. In correlation to the banning of the Tree of Knowledge (of God and Evil) and the promotion of the Tree of Life, the Sumerian school revised the concept of the Trinity to exclude the eclipse god Sura from the list of divinity. At the same time, the Sivaite school extended the Sumerian cosmos into seven spiritual planes based on the complete spectrum of the white energy (The early civilization: The Development of the Sumerian Culture: The Sky Gods and the Spectrum of Energies). Each plane has its own space and time dimension that makes its cosmos unique in its environment. In that regard, theologians classified the Hindu cosmogony as pantheism. The Buddhist discipline moreover adds Nirvana (on top of all seven planes) as the only timeless and spaceless plane where the notion of Birth and Death has no meaning and was where Buddhahood actually resides. Like Meru, Buddha discouraged Buddhist practitioners from searching the knowledge of God or Evil and concentrated instead to find the path to Nirvana on their own merit. According to Buddhist teaching, there are more or less paths (or tunnels) connecting each one of the planes to the others (Notes: The Connecting Path). The connecting path between Nirvana and the Meru plane is quoted to be the most direct of all the tunnels between other spiritual planes. However, a spirit or soul could find it only through total abstenance of sins and free of bad karma. The restriction made Hinayana Buddhism appears to be atheist, but it was how God's Morality is supposed to work for humanity. On the other hand, Mahayana Buddhism emphasized on living gods to save humanity (through God's manifestation) from catastrophic events. Under theism, incarnation was a common theme of both Hindu and Buddhism for a living god (or Buddhistsatva) to intervene with humanity. For each energy, a living god would complete his mission in a time-frame of one yuga. The Kalpa (or super-Yuga) is on the other hand refers to the time frame that all seven spiritual energies need to complete their rule. Our Kalpa started with the primordial King Manu who, after the Great Flood, initiated the Man Culture to humanity. In the Sumerian cosmogony, he was known as the Sun God Uru and the progenator of the Sun Culture. Following on his footstep, his descendent spread out the Man Culture worldwide. Known also as the Jin (the Moon god Tsin in the Sumerian cosmogony), the next living god Meru started his reign at the Western World and established the Moon Culture that was actually the progression of the Man Culture. Last and not least, Buddha Gautama attained Nirvana and created Buddhism that will last through the next half of Yuga. Due to specific circumstances, he prophecized that the mission (of safeguarding current humanity) could not be completed in that time frame. It will be delegated to the next Buddhisatva whose name is Metreiya to carry on for the next half of yuga. Following the same process that king Samanta did before him, he will start on his own Kalpa when the time comes. He will be the last of the five Buddha to rule the physical world. The end of his rule completed the intervention of Buddhahood in humanity and along with his four predecessors's Kalpas make up the superKalpa of the physical world. Equivalent to a day of the Brahma's world, the superKalpa took five Kalpas of human's world to complete. Buddhists were taught that at each end-time, catastrophic events would happen to prepare the world for the next Cyclic mission of the future Buddhisatva (Notes: The Cyclic Mission of the Buddhisatva). Before it happens, prophecies are foretold for humankind to be prepared for its calamnity.

We had argued that the Aryan culture was conceived by the Aryaman or Meru who was then the Lord of the world (The Man Race: The Meru Culture: The Aryan Identity). As it center was transient, the culture evolved along its transitional path around the mount Himalayas. Through its long journey, the cultural expansion into the ream of men created diversion or difference through out the whole development of humanity. At each stop, religious schools added their own amendment deemed necessary for their own environment and political application. While most remained faithful to the core' s concept, many yielded to their own bad practices. Through its own ingenuity, each region created its version that suited its need. The difference of practicality, as we shall see, caused the cultural divergence of the Western civilization from its core Meru Culture.

The Birth of Adam and Eve
Like the notion of God, the creation of men in the book of Genesis is highly abstract and controvercial. As part of the knowledge of God and Evil, the search for a complete Knowledge of biological human creation ended up mostly in confusion. There are currently very strong differences between scientific and Christian views on the origin of life in general and the conception of human race in particular, either through creation or evolution (Notes: Creation vs Evolution). The problem arose when the births of Adam and Eve were literally interpreted as the biological creation of men by God (the Moon God Tsin to be exact) in a single event. Further reference would connect the account of human creation to its earlier version of the Meru Culture (The Man Race: The Shan Cosmology: The Human Creation). Retained in the Shan folklore, the account of four gods conceiving human bodies from the dumb clay could have been the original source. There are two processes that were emphasized about the birth of Adam. First the molding of his physical body using the dumb clay and the breath of God to make him alive (Notes: The Buddhist Conception of Life). The breath of God symbolizes the spirit or soul and without it the physical body has no life. To sustain life on earth, human souls need to be taken care properly and humanity is as important as the creating of human body itself. The mentioning of the four gods (instead of one universal God) was a reference to the last four Buddhas who had attained Nirvana in their lifetimes. According to Buddhist teaching, each Buddha was in the mission of creating his own version of humanity (the Man culture). While working on his enlightenment, each Buddha founded Buddhism (Buddhist constitution), set to be humanity's new code of law. On the other hand, the formation of human body from the dump-clay must to be referenced to a very older version. Unfortunately, the unavailability of such record would limit our understanding and prevent us from elaborating more of the subject. As we had stated that in each kalpa, living gods or Mans had played important roles in the occurrence of human evolution, natural selection process alone is not enough to the justification of forming a new specie or the extinction of the existing one. During this current Kalpa, Buddhist tradition states that modetrn men were already biologically created (in the current shape and form) and humanity was going to be administered by the descendants of King Samanta who himself was a descendant of the previous Buddha's Kassapa. To simplify our though experiment, we shall restrict the creation of Adam and Eve of the Abrahmic School to the latest of men's conception as described in the Book of Genesis. We start by our own observation that the Bible 's account on the presence of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden is not about the biologically conception of the first man and woman as generally thought, but about the conception of a new humanity after the man species had been formed. Found in the epic of Gilgamesh and Innana, the conception started with the trips of the two offspring of the Moon God Tsin to the Garden of Eden in the Netherworld. The dilemma started when both Gilgamesh and Innana made their trip to the Netherworld and came back with their own religious settings that broke away from the mainstream of the Meru Culture (Notes: The Trips of Gilgamesh and Innana to the Netherworld). Supposedly looking for the Tree of Life, it appears that they found instead the Knowledge tree of God and Evil of which they brought back home. Nevertheless, evidences show that the rebellious attitude against God already started earlier among theirs ancestors who ruled Egypt since the reign of king Kufu (2589-2566 BC). Later on, an obscure figure named Sargon who emerged from Kish, invaded Mesopotamia and built the Akkadian Empire on the conquered territory wrested from the previous Sumerian dynasty of Ur. Indication also shows that he was from the Egyptian court of the sixth Dynasty (2350-2170 BC) and was by heritage no stranger to the Sumerian Court of Ur. His conquest of Mesopotamia was part of the overall Kambojan development against the Meru stronghold of Middle East. Babylon was formed in 2300 BC as the Middle Kingdom of the Akkadian Empire. Historians noticed that after taking hold of Ur, Sargon continued to carry on the Sumerian tradition. However they also noticed major developments that set the next Semetic communities to diverge completely from the original Sumerian society. Among the changes, the build-up of military strength by paid soldiers for servicing the ruler and his court, was clearly a practice that was never been done by the Sumerian court before. His crime became later the source of western tradition of Seth usurping the throne of Egypt from his sibling Osiris. The Genesis said that God sent Cain to the east (of Eden) His reign was also closely connected to the emergence of Chronos or the Titan king whose venture in eastern Europe led to the emergence of the Greek Empire and to the most extend, the Shang Dynasty of China. Eve's development, as we shall see, came later during the Hyksos's rule over Egypt and continued on until the Han Dynast took over the throne of China.

The Pyramid' s Scheme and the Dispersion of Modern Men
After taking control of the Egyptian throne, Ku-fu started on an ambitious project to build his pyramid. Until now, scholars still are not clear about his rational to build such a big monument. Evidences however show that Ku-fu had established himself as a Cakravatin monarch and that he moved the Middle Kingdom from Mesopotamia to the heart of Egypt. It is believed that the Babylonians built the tower of Babel to challenge God' s power. It is said also that it was the tallest of anything built at the time. Any monument of such description must be hard to miss. However, archeology so far could not find such building in Mesopotamia that was believed to be the homeland of the Babylonians. It also said that God then inflicted on the tower's builders different languages so that they could not communicate between themselves. Among pyramids or ziggurats so far found in Middle East, the Pyramid of Giza was actually the tallest one. It was built by king Kufu who was a member of the fourth dynasty (2625-2500 BC). Nevertheless it was his predecessor, King Sneferu who was the founder of the fourth dynasty who started building pyramid as a royal tomb. Kufu was particularly anxious in making his pyramid of enormous size. His ambition clearly undermined the authority of the Moon God Tsin (Notes: The Tower of Babel). To elevate himself to the status of a Cakravatin monarch, Ku-fu built the Pyramid to enhance his own personal euphoria. He built the Pyramid not to please God but to contest his authority. The temptation to challenge God 's will was emphasized in the western tradition after Adam and Eve broke God' s trust by eating the fruit of God and Evil in the Garden of Eden. By its size alone, the Pyramid induced prestige that only God could command. It became since a distorted perception for the greatness and stability that stayed still until today. This stability-induced image of eternity was basically what the Western World based their concept of civilization on that was proved to be basically the bad effect from eating the fruit of knowledge (of God and Evil). In this conception, God was emphasized as a figurehead that took control of every action of men's destiny. While part of the belief is true, it took away the accountability of men' s own action. This belief is contradicting the Christian own view of God' s original purpose. It is mentioned in western scriptures that modern men were created by God to have their own free will. What missing in the statement is the condition that was imposed along with it. With their free will, God expected men to be responsible of their own action. The faith works well on the conscience for the true believers, but for the general audience it was a green light to commit sins first and then to request God's grace later. Losing access to the Tree of Life, Egyptian royal houses were particularly obsessed with the extension of life after death. Along with mummification, stone monuments were also built to stay. On their way up, they built their dedicated monument, stone by stone, hoping that when they died their body and mind could reside in it indefinitely. They might be right in many ways since the pyramids that they built lasted longer, even after their empire had been long crumbled. Needless to say, the western concept of eternity stayed on until modern days. Western nations that were fighting for their own longitivity also looked for the extension of life through materialism. Capitalism was basically formed after the concept that stones shall be collected and kept to sustain the pyramid's lifetime. The problem arose when there were not enough stones for every one to build their own pyramid. The same as any other resource exploited from the earth, the supply of stones is not unlimited. Along with the fight for resources, wars were made to look as a noble cause. The drive for self-security moreover took the upper hand and became basically the causes of current worldly crisis. The Persians, the Greeks and later the Romans took turns to conquer other nations and built their colonial empire based on military power. Through wars and conquests, the western colonization turned global and in the process transformed the whole world into a battleground. While the winners enjoyed all the benefits of the victory, the losers were made as war commodities. They were often drawn in a supporting role for another campaign against other target. As long as there were conquests to be made, the colonization brought along its path a sensation of success. As the mass generally suffered, only the top few and theirs close alliances were benefiting from the ordeals. Even then they would face with their own dilemmas. In their own environment, rivalry was already taking the upper hand and became the cause of many skirmishes that led to more open fighting. To their credits, two worldly wars were already committed. Yet they were still enjoying the prestige and support from many layers of their societies. While educational institutions appeared to be mute against governmental bad policies, religious institutions, not only failed to stop the aggression, but appeared to join into the campaign.

The Sins of Men
It is said that Adam was created in God image and according to Middle Eastern belief, he could be as much powerful as God himself. He became God's favorite and was brought to the highest rank of all God's subject. With favoritism under focus, God's decision induced widespread jalousie in his court. When Satan refused to bow before Adam, the first of God's reaction was to punish him despite the latter' s protestation. In the Book of Jobs, Satan failed to convince the Moon God Tsin of men's tendency of betraying him by inflicting pains and suffering to Job (Notes: The Book of Job). According to western scripture, God then banished him with his fellow angels from heaven. Satan and his followers could then be identified as members of the Sumerian court who were evicted from Ur during the early reign of Ku-fu at Egypt and brought their know-how to form their own communities outside the ream of the Meru Empire. The height of his status and the bride of his look were the source of his prejudice and the cause of his downfall. They were chased down by God from heaven to the underworld which was, according to the Sumerian folklore at the south of Eden. They were in fact the first spreaders of the Aryan Culture at the Gangetic India that was then still untapped by the Meru Culture (The Indus Valley: The early civilization: The Arianization of the Transgangetic India). According to Western scripture, Satan is said to spend the rest of his existence driving men astray from God and by doing so was perceived as the antichrist (AntiMeru or MArA). His action and his close association with the Pagan priests who were reviving Osiris to life and took the role of the Sun God Ra of the court of Isis earn marked him by the western Cosmogony as the devil himself (Notes: Satan vs Devil). He was actually responsible for the academic development of the western world through the third generation of mankind Jephet. The Arameric invention of alphabet, in particular, was actually the work of Satan. After the death of Abel, the next generation of man race continued to challenge God's authority. Unconcerned with the original God's plan, Seth rose up to claim himself as a cakravatin monarch of the Middle Kingdom' s Dynasty. Under his rulership, Ur and the rest of Mesopotamia became part of Egypt. It was from this time on that Ur received its Semitic name of Babylon. After a millennium of glory, Seth' s enterprise was scrambling and ready to collapse. The next God's interference could be seen as another attempt to draw men back to him. Abraham was instructed by God to make a trip to Egypt to meet the Jews who were then the power holder of Egypt. Originated from Ur, Abraham was chosen because he was one of the most faithful to God among the few that could be found in Judea. Being the stronghold of the Sumerian Cultural Center of the past, it is not a surprise that the Old Faithful to Meru could still be found in Ur. It was a new beginning of God's intervention with the descendants of Adam of which circumstances already indicated a bad omen that was going to happen to his court. Unconcerned of his fate, the Pharaoh was more interested in the beauty of Sarah than to the message of God brought by Abraham. Pharaoh chased Abraham out of Egypt after finding out that Sarah was the latter' s wife and that his advance to her appeared to trigger the bad omen to himself and to his court. Pharaoh obviously did not want to stand God's intervention and instead of submitting himself as God's subject, he ejected Abraham (and his God) out of his court. The next accounts of the Jew people who were descendant of Seth, as well as other references to God's intervention were obscure. It confirms that during the compilation, the universal God who once took care of the Jews like father was mostly forgotten. The only God's legacy that stayed with them was mostly the fear of his retaliation. The next event concerning the rise of the Hyksos dynasty taking control of the throne of Egypt was actually the revival of the Osiris back to power. To revenge, the new Egyptian Pharaohs took the Jews as slaves. Instructed by God, Moses led them out from Egypt and established themselves at the promise land. After Israel was formed, the Jews were once again thriving and lost themselves again to their own vicious drive. In the Old Testament, the Israelites built themselves to become a strong nation and became a Middle Eastern powerhouse during the reign of King Solomon (Notes: Solomon as a king or a dynasty). As they fell into the mainstream of Assyrian and Babylonian (Kambujan) bad practices, they lost the sight of their godfather. To rescue them, the Moon God Tsin had to present himself as the god of Abraham for not to be confused with other Egyptian gods. At the time, evidences show that the third generation of the Egyptian Pharaos Ramasura were asserting themselves as the third avatar Rama of God Vishnu.

With the knowledge of God and Evil, it is expecting that the Western World was well disposed to be master of their religious dogma. In the least expectation, they should know exactly about God to whom they revered and his rival (the devil) to whom they should fear. Evidences so far show that it was not the case. Under the mainstream of Idolized practices, confusion took the toll of Middle Eastern religious school. As politic and religion mingled together, the notion of God and Evil is often up to the head of state to define and to the head priest of the Church to preach. The confusion drove the Meru Culture out of Middle East and settled the Eclipse Culture in its place.

The Worshipping of Idols
In the Shan Cosmogony, the Eclipse God Rashu was as ancient as his two rivals, the Sun and the Moon (The Man Race: The Shan Cosmology: The Three Celestial Brothers). During the Kala Yuga, the Eclipse God is overtaking the Moon God Tsin and while holding on to his catch, he induced modern men into deep delusion. The Moon God Tsin is about to face his tough rivalry from the ancient world. To revive back the life of her slain husband, Isris brought eastern priests to perform the necessary rituals of spiritual revival of Osiris. They were from the Sun worshipper's bull clan who, in turn, brought with them their God Ashura (Sura) and his culture to the West. At the east, the phoenix bird was well known for its mythical power to rise from the ash. At the West, the Phoenix changed its form from a peaceful heron, peacock or swan to a more aggressive symbol of a falcon or an eagle. In an adaptation to suit the Western life-style, the Phoenician culture turned on its aggressive mode. In the next development, the Sun God Ra gathered his strength through aggressiveness in Assyria and was making his final preparation to overrun Ur. The battle that was recounted later in the Hindu Epic of Mahabharatha between the Kauruvas and Pandavas marked the next declining phase of the Meru Culture. Led by Krishna, the Pandavas won over their adversary and took control of Ur. While the Kauruvas were forced to surrender, the Sun God Ra took the Egyptian throne and formed the Ramaseus Dynasty of Egypt. As they drove out the last family members of Seth, they also took the rest of the Egyptian Israelites as slave. Like the majority of modern men, the Israelites saw the success story as being mandated by God and they adjusted their faith accordingly. Under the Assyrian rule, they were exposed to many lesser Gods that had been introduced into the mainstream of Egyptian worshipping pantheons. Idols were made to represent Godhead as priests were trying to attract worshippers to attend their institutions. Following the resuscitation of Osiris, mummifying the kings after their death became a common practice in the Egyptian court. The practice could be checked out easily at the time of the New Dynasty after mummies of the Rama Dynasty had been unearthed by archeology. On the belief that the spirit of powerful monarchs could be trapped eternally inside their bodies, one could invoke their spirits for help the same way as praying to God himself. It is important to note that Rama became later consecrated as an avatar of Vishnu. The Ramaseus dynasty was known to rule the Egyptian throne after dethroning the previous Moses dynasty and taking their family' s members into slaves. It is important to note that theseclose families of Moses apparently had no relationship with Abraham who failed to bring them back to God as instructed. When God ordered Moses to lead them out of Egypt for freedom, the Israelites were already fervent to the Egyptian bad practices of worshipping. During their long and hard exodus, their insecurity led them to look for alternate mean of self-assurance beside God. When Moses was absent from their camp out to meet God in mount Sinai, they built the Golden Bull and worshipped it. Under the Assyrian influence, the Israelites had adopted the custom of making Idols and worshipped them before Zoroastranism had promoted Sureiman as the only God against the Sumerian God Tsin. In Christianity, the devil that represents the antagonist of God, was idolized as an demonic bull with wings. To the Israelites it was instead an idol of the Golden Bull, a confused image with that of the Sun God Uru. Fearing God's retaliation, the Israelites came back to their senses for a short time, but their confusion stayed to drift them apart from their god for good. The incidence was probed to be just another situational adjustment to cope with God's assertion during the new start of cosmic fight between the Moon God Tsin and the Eclipse God Asura. Before the god Asura releases his catch, the darkness would take over the Moon God Tsin. As mentioned in the Bible, after helping the Israelites to found their new country on the Caanite territory, the Moon God Tsin fount out that the Israelites soon fell back to their own bad practices. To make the matter worst, they joined into the mainstream of the early Zoroastrianism development allowing the god Asura to win over the Moon God Tsin.

The Wrath of God
Even before the exodus of the Moon God Tsin from Middle East, bad practices of the Israelites already took a toll on the Meru culture. Under the God Asura, Middle Eastern communities were heading to a cosmic showdown. Through the Red energy, men let materialism the take over the Ten Commandments of God Morality. Growing up into prosperity and fame. the next generations of Egyptian rulers made the mistake of assuming that they were invincible. Little they know that their empire would be taking turn to become history. Under their own Sun God Ra, a faction of modern men was formed by the goddess Innana who represented herself as the new queen of the west. After they succumbed the rulership of Seth, they took the Israelites as slaves. God then instructed Moses to free and to lead them in the long exodus journey out of Egypt into the so-called promise land. After Israel was formed, God set up an altar for them to worship him. The relationship between men and God appeared to be good until Solomon built the first temple of Jerusalem. By then Israel was already split into two political and religious factions. At the south, the two tribes of Judea appeared to be still faithful to the god Tsin but at the north, we could not say the same for the Israelite tribes. Despite all God's preparation during the first foundation of Israel, the habit of the Israelites did not change. Along with time, they were more occupied to build their wealth and in the process lost all sight of their God. With their successful drive in exploiting the material world, they embraced a broader range of religious concepts and ideas from partners in the commercial business and to the most extend, adopted some practices of their faith. That was obviously not in the god of Israel's original plan. In the course of their bad habit, they knew deep down that they were driven by sins. Despite the fears of God's retaliation they continued to search for material gain. Presenting themselves still in their religious records as devotee to the beloved godfather, they shifted all the blame to Satan for any miscommunication with him. When God was enough and decided to drive them out of Jerusalem, they were completely lost in their own agenda. After the attack of Babylon on Jerusalem, the first temple was destroyed. When that happened, the Israelites blamed on Babylon for the attack while God had made it clear that it was all along God's plan and doing (Notes: The first Destruction of Jerusalem). While the Bible has accounts of Judean eminent figures were brought to Babylon for God's next plan, there was no mention about the fate of the people of the northern Israelite country. Due to the lack of information, Scholars had speculated many theories on how they received their fate during the Babylonian attack. From being sold as slaves to the lost of their homeland, modern scholars made the Israelite Jews to be the victims of God' s tough resolution against them. From that reason alone, many turned themselves atheist. There are however indications that it was not exactly the case. Evidences show instead that the dispersion of the Jews was not entirely due to God's wrath or to the Babylonian attack. While the poor folks were left to their own destiny and suffered all possible hardship brought by the war, the aristocratic Israelites had already moved to find safe havens in Europe. Among the prospectus European countries that were open to the Jew migrants, Italy was well known of its fertile land that constituted a stable ground for the next development of the Latin Culture. Located not too far from Mesopotamia, it was too good to be ignored by the early agriculturist Sumerian of Middle Eastern and later of Egyptian origin. With that prospective in view, it is not hard to imagine that Italy became the target of the Middle Eastern leadership drive for expansion. The adoption of Paganism in western Europe proved that members of the Egyptian royalty already made their ways into this untapped northern region of the globe (Notes: Early Aryanization of Europe). It is thus not surprising that during the early formation of Rome, the Egyptian court of the Ptolemy era already made their heavy investment in the new country. After the fall of Israel, the migrant Jews would find Italy a place that offered them full security and the opportunity to sustain their wealth. The rise of Rome into a prominent figure in politic, economy and military power soon after the fall of Israel was actually not a coincidence. The concentration of the Jewish communities that stayed until today confirms that Italy was actually one of the destination of Jewish migrants after the fall of Israel. Rome became the main destination of the Israelite refugees who brought the latest of their know-how to spread on the western European continent. Through their perseverance, the Jews were particularly successful of their business endeavors. With higher income, they brought themselves higher standard of living and in the process brought-up the image of Rome as a whole to become the most wealthy community of Europe, if not of the world during the time. Along with the booming of the sea-trade business, Rome became next the epicenter of Ta-tsin to extend its frontier and influence to all parts of Europe and beyond.

  1. HB: Holy Bible, King James version
  2. HGNB: Good News Bible, Today's English Version
  3. Eden: Eden in the East, Stephen Oppenheimer
  4. AEgypt: Ancient Egypt, by David P. Silverman
  5. HGod: A History of God, by Karen Armstrong
  6. DSS: The Dead Sea Scrolls, By John DeSalvo
  1. Chronology
    3800 BC: The foundation of Ur; 3272-2987 BC: The reing of NrMer (Egypt); 2625/2130: The foundation of the Old Kingdom; 2589-2566 BC: The reing of Kufu (Egypt); 2300 BC: The foundation of Babylon (Akkadian Empire); 1980/1630 BC: The foundation of the Middle Kingdom; 1539/1075 BC: The foundation of the New Kingdom; 1300-1046 BC: Shang or Yin dynasty (China); 1046-221 BC: Chou Dynasty; 550-330 BC: The Achaemenid Empire took control of Middle East;
  2. Religious Mythology vs fictional myths
    It could be distinguished between fictional and non-fictional myths (Prehistory: Introduction: Tradition as a Source of Prehistoric Data). Religious mythology was found to be containing both kinds. The use of fictional myths was depending upon how the religion was created and applied to the general audience. It is a common practice that religious laymen added theirs own commentary when preaching to his audience. To make it more appealing, fictional myths are often added to support theirs view or argument. With the elapse of the time, original myths were tainted and became distorted while fictional myths were accepted as part of the religious dogmas. Within Buddhist communities, the Hinayana (the small vehicle) school of Buddhism based their religion on Buddha's teaching and mythology was restricted to the bare minimum necessity. On the other hand, Mahayana (the big vehicle) Buddhism allowed more freedom to include fictional mythology in their teaching to the need of the general audience. It could be said the same , as well for other so called religions of today.
  3. The Sumerian Accounts of Creation and the Flood Myth
    Southeast Asia was actually the source of most the myths that were found first inscribed in ancient Sumerian tablets and later included in western scriptures. Accounts of the Torah and the Bible's book of Genesis could also be regarded as refined stories of the Sumerian folklore brought by the Meru court to Middle East. It is interesting to note that many other versions, were also found spreading around the world (Civilization: Notes: Manu Vaisvata). Their disparity could be explained as the outcome of the overall mixing of languages imposed by God among men. That could be said also about the Sumerian account of Creation (Enuma Elish) and of the flood myth (Atrahasis) since they were mostly compiled outside of the Meru Culture.
  4. The Christian View of the Bible
    We agree with the Christian View that the Genesis was compiled according to God's inspiration. Nevertheless, we disagree that it should be literally interpreted for the general audience. During the English translation from its original languages (Hebrew, Aramic and Greeks), the translators already found themselves facing with the same dilemma. Realizing that the "word by word" translation of the King James version might mislead Christian of its real intended message, a new team of translators emphasized on expressing the meaning in a manner that are more understandable by the general audience (GNB: Preface). Still there are believers who insist on literally interpretation of the Genesis as conferment to its intended meaning.
  5. The Trinity and its classified view of God's Intervention
    Asking which of Brahmanism, Sivaism and Buddhism has the right view about the existence of God. The answer is all of the above since they all based on God's existence for the application of their religious disciplines. Asking which of Panthism, theism and Atheism has the right view about God's manifestation, the answer is all of them. God manifests himself in any way possible through each occurrence of the Trinity to take care of the birth, maturity and the salvation of humanity. Current Abrahamic schools 's dogma that was based on theist view alone is incomplete.
  6. Enuma Elish
    The Enuma Elish is the Mesopotamia story of creation, which predates the Old Testament story of the creation in Genesis and was discovered in the library of Ashurabanipal located in Nineveh (DSS:Enuma Alish). The fact that it was kept in the heart of the Assyrian Empire reveals to us that it had its source from Paganism of the Ashura School of belief.
  7. The God Father of the Genesis
    In Christianity, God manifested in the world of men through three different forms. The reference to Jesus Christ as Son of God is specific to be a man who was born from a human couple Marie and Joseph. His ancestry with King David of Israel made him part of the divine family or Man. On the contrary, the God Father of the Old Testament was presented mostly in the spiritual form of the Moon God Tsin' s Holy Ghost.
  8. The Goddess Kali
    Kali is derived from the Sanskrit word Kala meaning time. As a prime dimension of the physical world, she was considered as the most powerful goddess of the Meru World. Fueled by the Red Energy, the Kali epoch represented chaos and suffering during her manifestation on humanity.
  9. The Knowledge of Everything
    The Knowledge of Good and Evil (in the King James Version) or the Knowledge of Good and bad (in the Good News version) are two of the English interpretations that could be literally done from its original source. It was not morality that God forbade humanity to consume, but the knowledge of everything (including God and Evil) that God did not want human kind to tap in simply because it is out off human comprehension. Many researchers of both religious and scientific institution (including Einstein) all experienced disappointment when trying to embark on this knowledge.
  10. The four Rivers
    In the King James Version, the four rivers were Pison, Gihon, Hiddeckel and Euphrates. They were the same as in the Good News version except that the third river was mentioned as the Tigris.
  11. The Ancient Magical Art
    Unlike modern magical art that uses trick to make illusion for reality, ancient magical art used Spiritual preservation to change reality.
  12. The Golden Bull
    In the Hindu folklore the Bull is the representation of the agricultural stock of the Man Race. Originated from the primordial king Samanta, the Bull Nanda became the carrier of Lord Siva. It is said that not all the Bulls joined the court of Meru. Some had chosen to stay outside of the Meru Culture to work on their own religion. When Gilgamesh and Innana came to look for the Tree of Life, they found instead the Tree of Knowledge that was carried on by these Sun worshipping Bramhans. They were actually Brahmans of Rashu Clan who were more focusing on the Red (Kala) Power to launch the discipline of the Rashu Cult.
  13. The Evil Spirits
    Evil or Bad human spirits are the antagonist of God and thrive on earth during the absence of God's intervention. Under strict Sivaist and Buddhist discipline, human spirits or souls are judged and sent to hell for cleansing before they can reborn. In Buddhist Cosmogony, Hell is not only about punishment but is also about correction; even high meritual souls have to be cleansed of their bad karmas to prevent evilness from getting hold of them. With no correction, sins accumulated until the soul could no longer be saved by normal religious proceeding and became evil.
  14. The Sumerian Knowledge of Life
    The Cambodian uses the Sanskrit word "Dharma-jAte" meaning the Law of Life as the translation of the western word "nature". Compared to Natural Science, the Sumerian knowledge of Life is based on the abstract concept of the cosmogony instead of the physical cosmos itself. Its Law of Life supplements the Law of Natural Science through the spiritual connections with other worlds (that are the seven spiritual planes of Heaven and Hell).
  15. The Connecting Path
    Equivalent to the Wormholes in scientific terminology, the connecting path is the shortest connection facilitating the fastest way possible between two planes. In Buddhist Cosmogony, spiritual planes constitute the seven stages of heaven. Only spirits could travel between planes. Due to the specific restriction of each color, each plane is more or less connected with Nirvana. only the Meru world that was made up by all seven energies combined, has all direct connecting paths with each one of the seven planes and to the most extend Nirvana.
  16. The Cyclic Mission of the Buddhisatva
    The SuperKalpa is the biggest time frame so far known in the Buddhist cosmogony. The conception is based on the fact that each spiritual plane is infinite. Our world (the Meru World) is spirituality infinite. but each of its physical elements is not. Subjected to the same rule of the impermanent of the Physical World, the Milky Way would last only through a finite number of SuperKalpas. It is for safeguarding human spirits from the final catastrophic event (that might occur to our current galaxy) that the cyclic mission of the Buddhahood is supposed to take place.
  17. The Buddhist Conception of Life
    Buddhism later replaced the dumb clay by the four elements of the physical world: earth, water, fire and air. They were actually the minimum requirement for human body to be formed. Scientifically speaking, the earth is known to have all its biological elements (earth), liquid (Water), energy (fire) and gazes (air) to sustain life in the physical form. It is moreover important to note that the physical body by itself does not have life.
  18. Creation vs Evolution
    Empirically, scientists found in the DNA structure, information that might shed light to biological formation of life but it is so complex that only a small part was by far understood. Until Scientist decode completely the DNA genome of human specie then the mystery of human creation could be explained. At the mean time, we shall stand behind our assumption that what is called physical creation in religion is in fact complex and could be modeled as an infinite series of both micro qand macro evolutions. As well as microevolution is concerning the change of shape and form in the adaptation of any species to its surrounding environment, the macroevolution is what needed to create a new species.
  19. The Trips of Gilgamesh and Innana to the Netherworld
    After returning back home, their faith had changed and two new versions of Middle Eastern scriptures were written to become the backbone of two new religious systems for the western world. In their own Genesis, they presented themselves as Adam and Eve who, after rebelling against God, were chased out from the garden.
  20. The Tower of Babel
    The only tallest buildings so far found in Middle East were the Pyramids and they were built not in Mesopotamia but in Egypt. After Ku-fu broke himself out from the Meru lineage, Babylon that was meant to be the gate of Gods (the Middle Kingdom) was then moved to Egypt. By the time, the emergence of the Semitic language had already been noticed in the Sumerian clay tablets found in Mesopotamia. It was the start-up of the next series of events as mentioned to be the split of languages around the world, believed to be inflicted by God.
  21. The Book of Job
    Satan failed his test because by the time, he had no deep understanding of the nature of mankind. When they are down and suffering, men seek the assistance of God and obey him. When they achievement success through wealth and power, they started to challenge God's authority. The Moon God Tsin soon found out of his mistake when men started to build the Tower of Babel and in the attempt to stop men's quest to challenge him, broke them apart by inducing them to speak different language. His measure did not stop men from self-indulgence and the challenge to God continued along with the fight for supremacy between their own kind.
  22. Satan vs Devil
    It is important to note that Satan and the devil were two different entities. Due to his Ashura' s connection, the devil was often depicted as a demonic bull (or goat) with wings. It represented a group of eastern Bramhans belonging to the Bull clan that refused to join in the Meru Development. On the other hand, Satan was once a high-ranking minister of Meru who was ousted from heaven by refusing to bow before Adam. He was often portrayed in western folklore as a handsome bull with wings.
  23. Solomon as a king or a dynasty
    Solomon might have been a king from the beginning, but became later a reference to the third dynasty of Israel's royal house. With a close relationship with the queen Sheba, Solomon commanded respect by all the Arab countries.
  24. The first destruction of Jerusalem
    The Bible clearly indicates that it was God who instructed Nebuchadnezzar to invade Jerusalem and went a great length to recompense the Babylonian army for the hard service that they rendered to him.
  25. Early Aryanization of Europe
    The fact that the God Aryaman was often invoqued In the Rig Veda (along side the Pagan Gods Varuna and Mitthra) led us to believe that the Man and later the Meru Culture had also spreat to Europe after its settlement at Middle East. More study about their transition from hunting-gathering to the agriculturist life-style might reveal approximately when European commuities made their first contact with the Man Culture, before their civilization was eclipsed by the birth of Zeus.