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Positioning the Plates in Oahspe

Positioning the Plates in Oahspe

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This reference is a comparison of Plate Images of Pictures in Oahspe, original vs most logical placement. In 1882, the positioning of the image plates in Oahspe were for the most part placed on the wrong pages by the book publishers and editors. However, after several years of research and comparison, involving the content of the images and of the text, I was able to determine far better correlations between these pictures and the text which directly refers to them. As a consequence, the results show the past and best projected place for the plates are categorized side by side in this research work.
This reference is a comparison of Plate Images of Pictures in Oahspe, original vs most logical placement. In 1882, the positioning of the image plates in Oahspe were for the most part placed on the wrong pages by the book publishers and editors. However, after several years of research and comparison, involving the content of the images and of the text, I was able to determine far better correlations between these pictures and the text which directly refers to them. As a consequence, the results show the past and best projected place for the plates are categorized side by side in this research work.

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Positioning the Plates in Oahspe Positioning the Plates in Oahspe

Robert Bayer
(2006)
1

It would be safe to assume that the plates of the images found in Oahspe have nearly always struck its readers as
quite mysterious. Some of course are quite clear, for example, showing what the asu race looked like, how the
Temple of Baughghanghad appeared !!,""" years ago, or which #anic symbols are used for the Tablet of Se$moin.
%et so many of the others seem very difficult to understand, such as Panic, Yi’haic, Vedic, Hebraic, and Sanscrit
Primaries &a non'nglish language(, Orachnebuahgalah &very complex ideas( or Mathematical Problems &very
complex ideas, )*+ in a non'nglish language(. ,onsequently, many firsttime readers of -ahspe may glance over
these images, but any pu..lement seemed best to ignore in order to seek and understand inspiration from the truly
profound spiritual meaning within its text.
The preparation for, channelling, and completion of -ahspe is one of the great contributions of spiritual light ever
made to our world. Therefore, /ohn *ewbrough deserves much appreciation for his extensive efforts. %et when 0r.
*ewbrough completed the editing of -ahspe for its initial publication, less than perfection was achieved in regard to
the 1"some plate images which were included within its pages. #erhaps this was even desirable in the eyes of the
angels because such imperfections would help keep -ahspe from becoming 2divine and worshipful3 to its readers
and followers.
Not immaculate is this Book, Oahspe; but to teach
mortals how to attain to hear the Creator's voice, and to see
His heavens, in full consciousness, whilst still living on the earth; and to know of a truth the place and condition
awaiting them after death. Oahspe ! Oahspe" #$%
2
The issue before the more modern readers such as ourselves, however, is can we revise some of the errors in
editing which *ewbrough was not able to finish in time prior to -ahspe$s initial publication4
,oncerning the image plates, the answer should be affirmative. Some typical errors included the unnecessary
duplication of plates &see plates 5, 1, and !6(, missing plate numbers, and the hodgepodge combining of plates &see
plates 78 to 77(. *evertheless, the most important need in connection to the plates is the repositioning of them so
that the image is referenced by a corresponding text. In other words, the plates and text which go together most
closely in meaning, should go together in position as well. I recall first seeing the The Signature, which was
originally placed at the end of the Book of ragapatti, and concluded that this image was the signature of
9ragapatti himself. :hat other reasonable conclusion was there, since no text anywhere near this plate made the
slightest reference to what was shown in it4 0y thinking now is that this conclusion is wrong.
It seems fairly obvious that around half of the plates in Oahspe are placed randomly throughout it! In fact, this might
not be so troubling if there were no text which made reference to these images anyway, however, this is not the
case. There exists text throughout -ahspe which can make some clarifying reference to virtually every plate. The
angels are said to have placed *ewbrough in charge of the editing of -ahspe. It follows that /ohn *ewbrough was
naturally anxious to publish -ahspe, the most ama.ing book of this age, as soon as possible. :ithout a computer, it
could have taken at least several years of hard study to have determined the locations. So *ewbrough did the best
he could and those he could not locate were placed throughout the book in a somewhat random fashion.
But now we are blessed with the researching power of computers. ) solution is possible. The problem with having
images with no corresponding text nearby is that Oahspe will thus be more difficult to understand than it needs to
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be. In fact, if the text and plates do not match, some doubt is cast upon the meaning of the text and often a fair
degree of confusion can be associated with those plates themselves. ,onversely, placing images ad;acent to their
related text passages should help to further explain both text and image, as each will provide meaningful context for
the other. The end result should be that Oahspe will become more comprehensible to its readers.
This study of the plates involved looking for matching ideas or terms between the text of Oahspe and the plate$s
image, its title, and < or its caption. The guiding principles of my research in determining the best ad;acent position for
the plates was to discover text which=
&!.( most fully described the image, title, or captions,
&6.( defined a new spiritual concept at the earliest point,
&8.( was made more comprehensible itself through the study of the image, or
&>.( was the only existing text with at least some referencing connections between itself and the plates.
If no corresponding text could be found, such as in The Signature, then the plate$s position remained where it was.
?ntil a suitable translation of this plate is discovered or accomplished, no further action can be taken. It is
conceivable that Mai &@!( of Se’moin &2a king$s signature3( is the referring text but what I can translate on my own of
this plate points away from this location. 0y hunch now is that it may also have been meant to be placed ;ust before
the very first verse of -ahspe, as some characters could be interpreted as referring to the spiritual light which
reveals truth to mankind on earth. This was the only plate to which I could find no clear reference. I would be
grateful if someone could point me to a translation of it already written up in a past 9aithist publication such as &he
'aithist (ournal, )osmon *oice + or )osmon ,nit-.
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I think you will see in the concluding below that both the text and plate image make more sense when placed
ad;acent to one another. The complete results of this research can be viewed in the following pages.
I welcome all suggestions and analysis on this pro;ect.
If only we could have been there in the early !55"sA Still, we can only be very grateful and determined to live out the
universal truths which the ,reator shares with us through not only Oahspe, but through the cosmos, and especially
within ourselves.
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This table is intended to illustrate as aurately as possible !hih plates !ere not plaed near the atual te"t !hih re#ers to the$% &t
ontains the i$age' title' aptions' original Oahspe position' the proposed repositioning o# the plates' and the (ey te"t re#erring tot the
plates% )onerning eah te"t re#erene notation' arro!s indiate !hether the i$age goes be#ore * + , the te"t' a#ter * B ,' or
!ithin * C , the lines o# te"t to !hih are being re#erred% The highest -uality o# i$ages a.ailable ha.e been used in this dou$ent%
Plates and )aptions
Original
Plae$ent
/e!
Plae$ent
Re#erening Te"t
The 0oie o# 1eho.ih%
)pology= The universe is fullD all things are members.
Speech they have= bid them speak. The recorder of
their words be thou. Such is #anic &earth( language,
the first language. :hat saith the bird4 The beast4
The stars4 The sun4 )ll4 It is their souls speaking.
The soul hear thou, and repeat it. This light leadeth
thee to origin.
1eho.ih &21+ 3456
)ll was. )ll is. )ll ever shall be. The )ll spake, and
0otion was, and is, and ever shall beD and,
being positive, was called Ee and Eim. The )ll
0otion was Eis speech.
3ign o# the )reator%
1eho.ih &27 8
ne"t
3456
,hief over all that live on the earth I made 0anD male
and female made I them. )nd that man might
distinguish 0e, I commanded him to give 0e a nameD
by virtue of my presence commanded I him. )nd man
named 0e not after anything in heaven or on the earth.
In obedience to 0y will named he 0e after the sounds
the wind uttereth, and he said '-IhA :hich is now
pronounced /ehovih, and is written thus=
6
6therea' 4t$ospherea' and the 6arth%
', ', ', 'therea. )ll that lieth between the dotted line
and the earth is atmospherea. E, Earaiti, highest lower
heaven, founded by 9ragapatti. 9, Feredho, second
highest lower heaven founded by 9ragapatti. !, 6, 8, >,
7, @, G, third lowest heavens founded by 9ragapatti.
These seven were called the Seven Eeavenly
0ountains, and known by the name )oasu. &See
Hedas.(
9ragapatti 02
108
1eho.ih
&&2 58
!. /ehovih said= I created the earth, and
fashioned it, and placed it in the firmamentD
and by 0y presence brought man forth a
living being. ) corporeal body gave I him
that he might learn corporeal thingsD and
death I made that he might rise in the
firmament and inherit 0y etherean worlds.
6. To es I gave dominion over corporD with
es I filled all place in the firmament. But
corpor I made into earths and moons and
stars and sunsD beyond number made I
them, and I caused them to float in the
places I allotted to them.
8. 's I divided into two parts, and I
commanded man to name them, and he
called one etherea and the other
atmospherea. These are the three kinds of
worlds I createdD but I gave different
densities to atmospherean worlds, and
different densities to the etherean worlds.
>. 9or the substance of 0y etherean worlds
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I created 'the, the 0ost Iarified. -ut of
ethe made I them. )nd I made ethe the
most subtle of all created things, and gave
to it power and place, not only by itself, but
also power to penetrate and exist within all
things, even in the midst of the corporeal
worlds. )nd to ethe gave I dominion over
both atmospherea and corpor.
Pri$ary 0orte"%
The power that maketh planets.
Ben &&2 1:8 1eho.ih &&&268
9or each and every corporeal world created I a vortex
first, and by its rotation and by the places in the
firmament whither it traveleth, caused I the vortex to
conceive the corporeal world.
6arth and her Plateau"%
:hen /ehovih condensed the earth, and it became
firm and crusted over, there rose up from the earth
heat and moisture, which continue to this day. But
/ehovih limited the ascent of the substances going
Ben 0&&&2 208 1eho.ih &02
;<118
)s I cause water to rise upward as vapor, and take a
place in the air above, let it be a sign and testimony of
other places in atmospherea whereon dwell the spirits
of the lower heaven.
)s I made a limit to the ascent of the clouds, so made I
a limit to the places of the different kinds of substances
in atmosphereaD the more subtle and potent to the
extreme, and the more dense and impotent nearer to
the earth.
:
upward, and the boundary of the limit of moisture was
as the clouds that float in the airD and the heat was of
like ascent. )nd whilst the moisture and heat rise
upward, they are met by the etheric substance of the
vortex of the earth, and the moisture and the gases of
the air assume the form of needles. -n the side of the
earth facing the sun the needles are polari.ed and
acting, driving forthD the which is called lightD but on the
face of the earth opposite from the sun the needles are
in confusion, and this is called darkness. /ehovih said=
That man may comprehend the structure of the belt
that holdeth the earth, I will give him a sign high up in
the air. )nd /ehovih caused the vapor in the firmament
to be fro.en and fall to the earth, white, and it is called
snow. 9or the snowdrop showeth the matrix in which it
is molded. /ehovih said= Jet this be a sign also, that
even as there riseth up from the earth heat and
moisture, there are representatives of all things on the
earth which have evaporated upward, and all such
things rise up to the level of the density like unto
themselves, every one to its own level, and they take
their places in the strata of the vortex. These are called
plateaux, or spheres, for they surround the whole
earth. Some of them are ten miles high, some a
thousand, some a hundred thousand or more miles.
)nd all these spheres that rotate and travel with the
earth are called atmospherea, or lower heavens.
)ccording to the condition of these different plateaux in
atmospherea, whether they be near the earth or high
above, so shall the spirit of man take its place in the
first heavenD according to his diet and desires and
behavior so shall he dwell in spirit on the plateau to
which he hath adapted himself during his earth life.
;

3e=$uan 9ir$a$ent%
/ehovih said= Behold, I caused all living creatures to
gestate in darkness. )nd this shall be testimony to
end of the world, that, when I created life on the face of
the earth, she travelled in my se$muan firmament.
>ord=s 4
th
&0215?15
1eho.ih &02
13<168
0an sought to know the progress of things. /ehovih
answered him, saying=
-pen thy eyes, - manA There is a time of childhood, a
time of genesis, a time of old age, and a time of death
to all men. 'ven so is it with all the corporeal worlds I
have created.
9irst as vapor the vortex carrieth it forth, and as it
condenseth, its friction engendereth heat, and it is
molten, becoming as a globe of fire in heaven. Then it
taketh its place as a new born world, and I set it in the
orbit prepared for it.
In the next age I bring it into seKmu, for it is ripe for the
bringing forth of living creaturesD and I bestow the
vegetable and animal kingdoms.
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The 6arth in 3e@$u%
/ehovih saith= In the time of seKmu I brought the earth
into aK;i, and ;iKay, and darkness was upon the face of
the earth for the space of three thousand yearsD and
yet for other three thousand years half darkness
covered all the land and water. Behold, - man, as I
have given to females a time to bring forth their young,
so gave I to the earth a time for the conception of the
living species on the land, in the water and in the air
above, and I called the time the era of seKmu. )nd it
came to pass, when the earth was in the midst of Ta.a,
there fell upon the earth, for a space equal to twelve
days, condensed nebula in dust and stones and water
combined, sufficient in some places to cover up the
forests /ehovih had made. )nd that which fell was hot
like molten ironD and the trees and forests of the
valleys were beaten down, and covered up, and burnt
to blackness. /ehovih said= )nd these shall remain on
the earth, for in the time that followeth, man shall seek
the coal, not knowing whence it came. )nd it will bear
witness of the regions of aK;i and ;iKay in the firmament
of heaven.
Ben 0&&&2:8 1eho.ih 02
3<14 8
Tell me, - my ,reator, whence came life4 This unseen
within me that is conscious of being4 Tell me how all the
living came into life.
/ehovih heard the words of man and Ee answered him
saying= Jet a sign be given to man that he may
comprehend seKmu. Thereupon /ehovih caused the ;elly
fish and the green scum of water to be permanently
coming forth in all ages, that man might understand the
age of seKmu, when the earth and the shores by the
water, and the waters also, were covered over with
commingled atmosphere and corporeal substance. )nd
this substance was called seKmu, because by /ehovihKs
presence quickened Ee it into life, and thus made Ee all
the living, both the vegetable and animal worlds. *ot
that seKmu is ;ellyfish or the green scum of waterD for
the earth in this day produceth not seKmu abundantlyD
nevertheless the ;ellyfish and the green scum of water
are signs of that which was in that day of the earth.
/ehovih said= Because of 0y presence quickened I into
life all that live, or ever have lived.
Because I am male and female, even in my likeness,
thus made I them. Because I am the power to quicken
into life, so, in likeness of 0e thus, made I them, and
with power to bring forth.
)ccording to their respective places created I the livingD
not in pairs only, but in hundreds of pairs and
thousands, and in millions.
)ccording to their respective places and the light upon
seKmu, so quickened I them in their color, adapted to
their dwelling places.
'ach and every living thing created I new upon the
earth, of a kind each to itselfD and not one living thing
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created I out of another.
Jet a sign be upon the earth, that man in his darkness
may not believe that one animal changeth and
becometh another.
Thereupon /ehovih gave permission for different
animals to bring forth a new living animal, which should
be unlike either its mother or father, but he caused the
new product to be barren.
/ehovih said= )nd this shall be testimony before all men
that I created each and all the living, after their own kind
only.
)s a testimony to man, behold the earth was once a
globe of liquid fireA *or was there any seed thereon. But
in due season I rained down seKmu on the earthD and by
virtue of my presence quickened I into life all the living.
:ithout seed created I the life that is in them.
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4su' the 9irst Rae%
4h=3hong &A2
10 8
1eho.ih 0&2118
-ut of seKmu I made man, and man was but as a tree,
but dwelling in haKkD and I called him )su &)dam(.
6therean Borlds and Road!ays #or
3un<Phalan"es%
Ben &&2 24 8 1eho.ih 0&2138
I spake in the firmament, and 0y voice reached to the
uttermost places. )nd there came in answer to the
sounds of 0y voice, myriads of angels from the
roadway in heaven, where the earth traveleth. I said to
them, BeholdA ) new world have I createdD come ye and
en;oy it. %ea, ye shall learn from it how it was with other
worlds in ages past.
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A@sar@Cis%
The end of the seKmuan age, that is, the time of the
termination of creating animal life. /ehovih said=
Behold, I quickened the earth with living
creaturesD by 0y breath came forth all the living
on the face of the earth and in the waters
thereof, and in the air above the earth. )nd I
took the earth out of the dark regions, and
brought her into the light of 0y ethereal worlds.
)nd I commanded the living to bring forth, by
cohabitation, every species after its own kind.
)nd man was more dumb and helpless than
any other living creature. /ehovih spake to the
angels that dwelt in Eis ethereal worlds, saying=
Behold, I have created a new world, like unto
the places where ye were quickened into lifeD
come ye and en;oy it, and raise man upright
and give him words of speech. 9or these will
also be angels in time to come.
Thor 0&2 168 1eho.ih 0&&25+ In the time of the earth, when man was
brought forth from mortal to immortal life,
the earth passed beyond seKmu and the
angels of heaven remained with corporeal
man, but not in the semblance of mortals,
but as spiritsD and by virtue of their
presence, strove to make man wise and
upright before /ehovih. ?pon the earth the
number of such angels was millions.
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)e.or(u$' Road!ay o# the 3olar Phalan" #or
25'000 Dears (Part &)%
9or the grades, see Table of #rophecy. The figure of
the Serpent represents the Solar #halanx
4ph &2 38 1eho.ih 0&&&2
1<28
/ehovih said= )nd Lod shall cause a record to be kept
in heaven, of his dominions and his Jords. )nd
he and they shall en;oin it upon their successors
forever to keep a like record.
)nd in the times of my harvest a copy of these records
shall be taken up to 0y etherean kingdoms and filed
with 0y -rian ,hiefs and )rchangels in the roadway of
the travel of the great serpent, for their deliberations as
to the progress and management of the inhabitants of
the earth and her heavens.
)e.or(u$' Road!ay o# the 3olar Phalan" #or
25'000 Dears (Part &&)%
9or the grades, see Table of #rophecy. The figure of
the Serpent represents the Solar #halanx
4ph &2 38 1eho.ih 0&&&2
1<28
3456 43 4BO06
15
Outline 5ap 3ho!ing the >oality o# Pan' the
3ub$erged )ontinent%
)os$ogony
A&2148
3ethantes &&2
27<2:8
Lod said= To each of you have I given a great division
of the earth, and each division shall be named after
you, each in its place.
This, then, was the rank assigned= :aga &#an(D /ud
&)sia(D Thouri &)merica(D Hohu &)frica(D and +is
&'urope(. )nd the lands were called after the names of
the Jords and so entered in the books of heaven in
Eored, by command of Lod in the name of /ehovih.
Eissetion o# the Freat 3erpent%
Ben &A2108 3ethantes
0&&2:8
-n one side the rising moon, the setting sun on the
otherD beneath lay the black clouds and great corporeal
oceanD and yet high above twinkled the stars and the
planets of the Lreat Serpent on his long ;ourney.
16
6arth' >o!er Gea.en'
and 6therean Gosts Eesending%
3ethantes A&A2
24?30
3ethantes
A&A212<148
Suddenly a light came down from the firmament, like a
new star, twinkling, with a halo extending wide on every
side. )ll eyes were turned up, full of expectancy.
Eushed and still, the ninety millions stood.
#resently the star assumed a brighter phase and
spread its halo outward, with horns descending, like a
crescent, such as is formed in sacred worship when a
Lod standeth in the midst. Jarger and brighter the light
grew, and tremulous and waving like sheets of fire.
Then shot down toward Eored and 0oeb three rays of
light, piercing, and in advance of the central orb. )nd
the three rays were red, blue, and yellowD but the
crescent beyond was white, and it shone abroad over
the heavens, so that the corporeal sun and stars in the
firmament were invisible.
Types o# Raes%
I$hin, I$huan, %ak.
4h=3hong &A2
20 8
1
st
>ords 1
st
&02:8
In those days the relative proportion of the races of men
were= IKhins, one hundredD IKhuans, three hundredD
druks, five thousandD %aks, five thousandD and of
monstrosities betwixt man and beast, three thousandD
but the latter died each generation, for they had not the
power of procreation amongst themselves.
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The 6arth in 1i@ay%
Ben &&&2 258 Osiris A&&&268
/ehovih said= To further manKs ultimate glory, I have
decreed the earth to ;iKayKan fields for three thousand
years, in which thy fruit shall have its full growth.
The
6arth and the >o!er
and Gigher Gea.ens around it%
', ethereaD B, periphery of the earth$s vortex. This line
was called by the ancients, the bridge of ,hinvat. )ll
within this area is called atmospherea. The center is
)yles2 &&&2
208
4h=3hong
&2208
)sKshong said= -n the fourth day, - /ehovih, I will cross
,hinvatD on the fifth, descend toward the earth. Bring
me, - 9ather, Thy messengers from the lower heaven. I
will converse with them.
1:
the earth= !, !, !D -, the ocean. !, 6, 8 represent the
atmospherean plateaux. M, M, M represents
atmospherean oceans.
6thereans 0isiting the 6arth%
), atmosphereaD B, ethereansD ', earthD ,,
4h=3hong &&&2
68
4h=3hong &&2
1<28
/ehovih spake to )hKshong, saying= -n the evening of
the third day shalt thou move thy etherean ship toward
the earth. )nd when thou arrivest within an arrafonN
thou shalt halt for another three days, that thy
magnificence may awe the men and angels of earth
with the power and glory of 0y emancipated sons and
daughters.
)hKshong proceeded as commanded, and when he
came within an arrafon &6",""" miles(, halted for three
days, and the magnificence of the scene overcame the
stubbornness of men of earth and angels in
atmospherea. )gain /ehovih said=
1;
distance=6",""" miles.
Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (1)%
Travel of the great serpent during the 9IIST period of
ninethousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
1%1+
)yles &2128
Sethantes was, then, the first Lod of the earth and her
heavens, and his place was within the arc of :an. )nd
during his cycle of three thousand years, he raised up
from the earth fifteen hundred million Brides and
Bridegrooms to /ehovih.
)fter Sethantes came )hKshong, sub,hief in the
realms of Eieu :ee in the Eaian arc of Hehetaivi. )nd
during the cycle of )nakaron, also three thousand
years, )hKshong raised up from the earth a harvest of
two billion two hundred million Brides and Bridegrooms.
The third cycle was under the dominion of Eoo Je,
surveyor of OakayenKsta in the arc of Limmel, and his
harvest was three billion seven hundred millions.
The fourth cycle was under ,Kpe )ban, ,hieftainess of
Sulgoweron in the arc of %an, and her harvest was four
billion eight hundred millions.
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Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (2)
Travel of the great serpent during the S',-*+ period
of ninethousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
1%1+
)yles &2
158
The fifth cycle was under #athodices, roadmaker in
,hitivya in the arc of %ahomitak, and his harvest was
six billion four hundred millions.
The sixth cycle was under Loemagak, Lod of Iseg, in
the arc of Somgwothga, and his harvest was seven
billion nine hundred millions.
The seventh cycle was under Loepens, Lod of Oaim, in
the arc of Srivat, and his harvest was nine billion three
hundred millions.
Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (3)%
)os$ogony
1%1+
)yles &2
1:8
The eighth cycle was under Eycis, Loddess of Iuts, in
the arc of Eohamagollak, and her harvest was nine
billion four hundred millions.
The ninth cycle was under SeeKitcicius, inspector of
roads in Oammatra, in the arc of /usyin, and his harvest
was ten billion one hundred millions.
The tenth cycle was under 0iscelitivi, ,hieftainess of
the arches of Jaw.gowbak, in the arc of *u, and her
harvest was ten billion eight hundred millions.
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Travel of the great serpent during the TEII+ period of
ninethousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (4)%
Travel of the great serpent during the 9-?ITE period
of ninethousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
1%1+
)yles &2
308
)ccordingly the eleventh cycle, which was under
Lobath, Lod of Tirongothaga, in the arc of SuKle,
brought forth a harvest of six billion seven hundred
millions.
The twelfth cycle was under 9Kaiyis, Loddess of Jooga,
in the arc of Siyan, and her harvest was two billion six
hundred millions.
The thirteenth cycle was under Fineathaes, keeper of
the ,ress, in the arc of -leganaya, and his harvest was
one billion two hundred millions.
Ben 02 118 )yles &2
258
Now will I bring the earth into a'jiyan fields and forests
for a long season; for I shall again reproduce the
I'husans; and the time of a generation shall be thirty-
three years. For my harvests shall be of fruit that is
mature and full of ripeness.
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The 6arth (white spot) in 4@Ci%
Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (5)%
Travel of the great serpent during the 9I9TE period of
ninethousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
)yles &2
338
The fourteenth cycle was under Tothsentaga, road
maker in Eapanogos, in the arc of 0anechu, and his
harvest was only six hundred millions.
The fifteenth cycle was under *imeas, Lod of
Thosgothamachus, in the arc of Seigga, and his harvest
was only forty millions.
The sixteenth cycle was under *eph, Lod of
Sogghonnes, in the arc of )rbroohk, but he failed to
bring forth any harvest.
3piral /ebula%
Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
)yles &&&238
Lather together, - ye -rian ,hiefs, and ye etherean
LoddessesD and ye that dwell in the roadway of the
great serpent. ,all ye a council of 0y everlasting rulers
of worldsD and of them that plant my aK;ian gardens and
0y ;iKyaKan fieldsD and of them that whirl 0y nebulous
vortices in the firmament.
)os$ogony
&2158
4ph &21<38
In the time of the world twentyfour thousand years
before the Oosmon era, the great serpent &solar
phalanx( being in the arc of *oe, in the etherean
heavens, and of the Sum of Eowt and ;iKya eighty
seven, the earth and her heavens were in great
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Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (6)%
Travel of the great serpent during the SIPTE period of
ninethousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
darkness. But the spirit of /ehovih moved upon Eis
highraised Lod, )ph, in etherea, to consecrate new
dominions on the earth and her heavens. )ph said=
I, )ph, Son of /ehovih, Lod in the arc of *oe, in Sum of
Eowt, in etherea, came to hada, heaven of the red star,
in /ehovihKs name. In Eis wisdom, power and love,
manifested in mine own resurrection, to become
companion to Lods and Loddesses and -rian ,hiefs
on the thrones of high heaven, proclaim=
To the atmospherean spirits of the earth, and to the
spirits of the first, second and third resurrections,
abiding on the earth, or near thereto, either with mortals
or withoutD to their Lod and Jords, and to their Savior,
and to all holy ones by /ehovih raised up for the
redemption of men and angels.
Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (7)%
Travel of the great serpent during the S'H'*TE
ninethousand years after man$s creation.
Showing also the -rian fields in ethereal, with
their comparative densities and symbols. Not an
original plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
Thor &22<38
In the Eoly ,ouncil of Lods and Loddesses in +onKga,
the voice of /ehovih came to Thor, saying=
0y Son, behold the red star, the earthD she courseth
from 0os to +ae, and now draggeth in the swamps of
)sath. Behold, thou shalt deliver her through thy
dominions, three thousand two hundred years. 'ven
now approacheth the dawn of Lhan.
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3tar Borshipers%
3aphah <
3e=$oin 1158
>ord=s 5
th

0&23<138
The Jord provided unto the inhabitants of the earth,
oracle houses, wherein the Jord could speak face to
face with mortalsD through his angels, chosen for this
purpose, did the Jord thus teach mortals.
#ersuading them to industries, and peace and
righteousness, after the manner of the IKhins.
Teaching them of the stars and sun and moonD showing
them how to find the times and seasons of the earth.
Inspiring them to observe the stars, and to name them,
which names are preserved to this day.
I have established landmarks, saith the Jord. :hat I do,
man cannot do. I lift the barbarian upD he giveth over his
cruel practices by my command.
I call him to the observation of the stars, and he
heedeth my voice.
Behold, - all ye that say there is no Jord, I have left a
remnant of the barbarians. Lo try your hand. Jet them
that find the cause of the progress of man, to come of
the earth, go raise up the barbarian.
I say to man= Lo commune with the spirits of the dead,
and man doeth it. I say= ,ome away from such worship,
and fall down before the stars, and man doeth it.
/ehovih said= 0y Jord, 0y Lod, go thouD call man to
one thing today, and let him worship it. )nd tomorrow
call him to another, and let him worship it. 9or man shall
fall down and worship everything in heaven and earth.
By trying them shall man know them. 9or in the day of
my glory, kosmon, man shall put away all worshipful
things, save 0e, his ,reator.
The Jord Lod said= Through the worshipful talents man
can be raised up. 'ven as to great learning, man will
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not pursue it till he first worshippeth it.
In the time of -siris, the Jord named the stars in
heaven after the legendary names of Lods and Jords.
)nd the Jord taught not that man should worship them,
but that he should learn their glory and ma;esty in the
firmament.
The 6arth in the )ross<Roads o# Gorub%
/ehovih said= In Eorub I delivered 0y first Eoly Book to
mortals, through 0y Son, Farathustra. )fter that I
carried the earth in darkness, that it might be perfected
for the generations of men to come afterward. Thus
provided I nations which I delivered through ,apilya,
0oses, and ,hine.
>i(a A022 9ragapatti
&&&218
But the dawn cameD and in the wing of Loomatchala,
home of 9ragapatti, -rian ,hief in the etherean worlds
high standing, came the Hoice, /ehovihKs word, saying=
0y SonA Behold, the dawn of dan neareth the border of
Eorub. The wailing earth, the red star, cometh apace.
)nd Lod and Jords call out the name of 0y infant Son,
Farathustra.
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Outline 5ap 3ho!ing the Original /a$es
and Ei.isions o# the 6arth%
)os$ogony
A&2148
9ragapatti
0&&&22<68
9ragapatti said= :hat shall be the divisions of the earth,
and who the Jords thereof4 )nd when the Eouse had
expressed, then 9ragapatti said= In the name of
/ehovih, these shall be the divisions of the earth, to wit=
/affeth on the east and north, by the sea and to the ice
regions, and on the west to the mountains of -hKeKloo,
which shall be called the first division.
To the east and south, water and water, and to the
west, the highlands of 'K.arD and its name shall be
Shem.
The south land shall henceforth be called )rabinKya,
encompassed by the sea. )nd north of this, the first
country of the brown red race shall be called Eeleste,
bordering on Shem and /affeth on the east, and
extending half way to the sea on the west.
?ropa shall be Loddess of the west part, and it shall be
called after her. )nd the two great west lands shall be
called *orth Luatama and South Luatama. )nd all the
islands of the earth shall be called -ceKyaD and the
waters of the earth shall be called -ceKa, signifying, in
likeness of the earth and sky.
9or the seven divisions of the earth there shall be seven
rulers of the rank Jord LodD and for South -ceKya, one
ruler of the rank JordD and for *orth -ceKya, one ruler of
the rank JordD and for /apan &FhaKpahn(, one ruler of
the rank subLod.
The 3ignature%
9ragapatti
A>&&&2 318
Oahspe
&21+
/o a.ailable translation so orret plae$ent is
unertain% But it see$s to be a passage o# great
i$portane and o# a entral the$e to OahspeH
hene' plae it near the beginning%
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Iarathustra, lived over ninethousand years ago.
#lato, #liny, and )ristotle wrote of him, stating
unaminously, that he lived at least six thousand years
before their time. painting b- Newbrough% Color
version is not an original plate.
/O/6 Fod=s Bord
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Jg<sa%
Fod=s Bord
A&A21;8
Fod=s Bord
A0&210<118
)sha said= %ea, - king. )nd yet, because of our long
acquaintance, I ask of thee one boon, which is, that I
may be put to death according to the #anic rites which
were before the flood4 )nd if, perchance, it be proved
to thee there is a Lod with power to release me, and he
so doeth it, then shall not thy hand be raised against
me4 The king said= Thy boon is granted.
)ccordingly, a wheel of uhKga was built and )sha was
bound upon it, the king having appointed a guard to
watch him till he should die. But because of the kingKs
fear that the test might be tampered with, he caused the
yogernot &;augernot( to be set up in his private pia..a,
with the uhKga facing the Late of Jyons, so that his
private attendants might also watch.
2:
The 6arth in Ogo(u(%
/ehovih said= -ut of the etherean mountains of
-cgokuk &darkness(, I brought the earth, prepared for
my four Sons= )bram, Brahma, #o, and 'awahtah.
)nd I numbered the earth at onehundred, for it had
attained to fullness. Showing the position of the earthKs
western hemisphere in aK;i in the seven years of the arc
&in 6,5>5 Before Oosmon, which caused the
destruction of the races of -echKloKpan, the 0ound
Builders of )merica(. It was the tail of this nebulous aK;i,
that forty years later fell upon upon )ribania, causing
the retrogression of the Israelites from the light of
/ehovih
>i(a A&&2 2:8 Ei.inity A&&&2
1<38
(ehovih prepares a wa- for the birth of .bram, /o,
Brahma, and 0a12ah1&ah.
In the one hundred and eightieth year preceding the
dawn of danD that is to say, two thousand nine hundred
and twenty years after 9ragapatti and Farathustra,
/ehovih sent swift messengers with six thousand
etherean looKis from the *irvanian fields of ,henKgotha
in etherea.
)nd the swift messengers brought these words with
them, to wit= Lreeting to thee, Lod of the red star and
her heavens, in the name of /ehovihA By the love and
wisdom of ,pentaarmi;, *irvanian Loddess of
Eaotsaiti, we speak in the 9atherKs name. #eace and
;oy be unto thee, - Lod, and to thy subLods and
Jords, and Jord Lods and Loddesses. -ne hundred
and eighty years of darkness will now come upon thy
kingdoms. )nd then the darkness will go away, and
dawn will be in the places thereof. )nd in the time of
darkness, behold, the nations of the earth will go down
in great darkness.
But the light of the 9atherKs #resence will not be
destroyed. ) little seed shall endure amongst mortals.
That that seed may be propitious to the labor of thy
Loddess, who will come in that day, she sendeth
herewith two thousand etherean looKis for HindyuD two
thousand for /affeth, and two thousand for )rabinKya.
2;
4noad%
,$vork$um and )$hiss$a,orpor, embracing nine
phalanxes. 9irst of Spe$ta period. 'arth, 8 Q G@7,G>>.
Litche, 5@. Eem, !!. 'ntrance to Eyrim, @,""" year.
Ben 0&&&2 ; )penta<4r$iC
&21<28
/ehovih spake to ,pentaarmi;, Loddess of Eaotsaiti,
in *irvana, in the arc of Speta, ,ommander of the
South fields of )barom, in the -rian #lains of
Bilothowitchieun, of a reign of two hundred thousand
yearsD Surveyor for -tsias, ten thousand yearsD Jeader
of the -ixan, seventy thousand yearsD ,aptain of
LeliyasK roadways, in the forest of Jugga, twenty
thousand yearsD 9ounder and Iuler of Isaas, thirty
thousand yearsD Trencher of the Eaigusets swamps,
four thousand yearsD Loddess of *or, Loddess of
'unigi, Loddess of #outu, each ten thousand years,
saying=
0y +aughter, behold, the red star and her heavens
come thy way. She will cross the arc of Speta, four
years and thirtytwo daysK riding. -pen thou thy fields in
)barom, and give her forty yearsK indulgence, for this is
the first of her deliverances.
1i@ni-uin 3!a$p' in 6therea%
Ben 0&2 48 )penta<4r$iC
221:8
Still onward, upward sped the airavagna, her hosts
viewing the scenes on every side, here most, the
richest part and most glorious places of )alkwatka.
:here the etherean worlds, rich in the glitter of swamps
shining on the countless rainbow arches and crystal
pyramids, afford an extensive view of the new -rian
boundaries of -tesonKs broad kingdoms. Eere course
the thousands of excursionists from the measureless
regions of the Euan lights, where are to be seen a
million varieties of fireships, of si.es from ten miles
across to the breadth of a world, in unceasing travel, in
tens of thousands of directions, onward in their ways,
every several one a history of millions of years, and of
thousands of millions of souls, and every soul rich in the
knowledge of thousands of worlds.
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Po, lived about fivethousand, ninehundred years
ago. It was he who undermined the Ean Oingdom.
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original plate.
/O/6 1
st
Fod &&21+
Gistory o# Po is !ithin this boo(%
4bra$ , afterward called )braham, lived
approximately sixthousand years ago. Eis heart was
as a gentle as a woman$s, yet he was fierce to look
upon. painting b- Newbrough% % Color version is not
an original plate.
/O/6 1
st
Fod 0&&&21+
Gistory o# 4braha$ is !ithin this boo(%
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Brah$a and Duti.% Brah$a' an 'ast Indian
lawgiver, cotemporaneous with #o and )bram. Ee was
a large man of great strength, and ranked the highest
spiritually of all mortals. Ee reestablished the
Farathustrian religion in India. Du<ti.' fairest of
women, wife of Brahma. painting b- Newbrough% %
Color version is not an original plate.
/O/6 1
st
Fod A&021+
Gistory o# Brah$a is !ithin this boo(%
6ah<!ah<tah, sometimes called Eiawatha, lived
about sixthousand years agoD a man of great stature,
most beloved in the hearts of the )mericans even unto
this day in the sacred dance in monotonous voice
amongst the *ative )mericans.
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original plate.
/O/6 1
st
Fod
AA&021+
Gistory o# 6a!ahtah is !ithin this boo(%
32
Too(<3hein' high chief of the flat heads of the region
of south central region of *orth of )merica.
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1
3T
Fod AA0&&2
44?44
1
3T
Fod AA0&&2
348
Then came 'awahtahD came first to the kingdom of
Tookshein, and to his queen, ,heguh, in the land
)nagoomahaha, the flatheads. Told them all the words
of the Lreat Spirit, 'goquim.
)he<Fuh' !ife and queen of TookShein. % Color
version is not an original plate.
1
3T
Fod AA0&&2
4:?4:
1
3T
Fod AA0&&2
348
Then came 'awahtahD came first to the kingdom of
Tookshein, and to his queen, ,heguh, in the land
)nagoomahaha, the flatheads. Told them all the words
of the Lreat Spirit, 'goquim.
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The 6arth in Kas=(a(%
/ehovih said= that 0y Lods might learn to master the
elements of 0y heavens, I brought the earth into the
etherean 9orest of Oas$kak. )nd lo and behold, angels
and mortals fell in the darkness. )nd )nuhasa;
established the names Jord Lod and +e$yus &+yaus(
&+eity( as worshipful on the earth. Before that time,
man worshipped 0e under the term Lreat Spirit. )nd
man build the great pyramid as a monument of his own
darkness.
>i(a A&&2 318 Bars A&21<38
)nuhasa; said= I, the Jord, your Lod, being the )ll
Eighest, through your choice, decree, for sake of
harmony and concert in our labors, the establishment of
a +eKyus.
)s the ,raoshivians have had a +iva &+ivinity(, so will I
have a +eKyus. )nd by virtue of mine own authority I
proclaim ye, my Jords and Jordesses, as the holy
members thereof.
)s the +iva hath been taught in these heavens, so also
be the +eKyus, whereof I assume the chief head.
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Propheti /u$bers%
'uivalentsD )re;aon, >1. Oavi, G. 9$roasha, G@.
9$ranraka, 5!. %akna, !8. Euit, @>. Helocity R 86,"G6.
G R >,G!@. G@ R !,"57. 5> R !6,""5. !8 R @,">G. @>
R !5,G@7. +uration R Euit, 6,G5" years for the earth.
9$ranraka, 8,!>6 years. 'xample R To find population
in )tmospherea belonging to the earth in Euit, thirty
three years R G55,""",""" x 6,G5" S 5!"" Q 58 !88
x Q @7,@@@,888,888 !8 souls.
Ben 0&&&2 5 Bars AAA&A268
Thereupon Lod returned this answer, to wit= Be thou
patient with me, - brother= If it be that I am proved to
be in darkness, and thou in the light, I will make thee
ample amends. If on the other hand I be in the light and
thou in darkness, I will say naught that would wound
thee. If thou wilt apply thyself diligently to solve the
place of the earth and her heavens thou wilt find in truth
the coming pressure whereof I told thee. Think not that
my words are spoken at random, but try them by
prophecy and by mathematics.
&sis%
3aphah < 0ede
618
Bars A>0&&2;8
Two idols shall ye inspire mortals to build unto me= and
one shall be the figure of a male horse, with a manKs
head and chest and arms, and he shall point upward,
signifying, heavenly restD and the other shall be the
figure of a mare, with the head and breast and arms of
a woman. )nd she shall hold a bow and arrow before
her, and behind her a sword and a rose, signifying, for
righteousnessK sake. )nd the male idol shall be called
-siris, and the female, Isis.
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The 9alse Osiris%
3aphah
<9aithist
Gistory2148
Bars A>0&&2;8
3456 43 4BO06
Tablet o# Osiris%
This tablet belonged to the 'gyptians in the 0osaic
cycle, and was of the established religion of the day.
3aphah <
Osiris (5:) 8
Bars A>0&&2
13<178
9or I was a globe, boundless as to si.e, and swift as to
motion. )nd I put forth a wing for flying, and a hand for
labor, by which are all things conquered and subdued.
)nd beneath the wing I set the Jamb of #eace, as a
sign of the flight of the defencelessD but under the hand
I set the head of a bull, as a sign of my dominion.
)nd I made heaven and earth with wings flying forth,
bearing the serpent and the sun. Square with the world,
and circumscribed, have I made all things, good and
powerful.
)nd in manKs hand I placed the key to unlock the
mysteries of the firmament of heaven, and the power,
and wisdom, and riches, and glory of the earth. Into his
hand I place a club, to slay the lion, or to subdue him.
9or I am like unto man, having created him in mine own
imageD and I hold the key of heaven and earth, and
dominions over all the inhabitants I created on the
earth. I am Tau, I am Sed.
I am the light and the life, and the death. -ut of myself
made I all that live or ever have lived. The sun in the
firmament I set up as a symbol of my power. The stars,
and the moon, and things that speak not, and know not,
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are the works of my hand. :ithout me nothing is, nor
was, nor ever shall be.
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The Freat Pyra$id%
Thothma. Before the 0ystic Temple of -siris, there
rests The Oeeper of the Late, ) Silent Sentry, watching
over The Lreat #yramid.
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/O/6 Bars
A>0&&&2138
IowtsagKs son, Eiram, succeeded himD and Thammas,
his son, succeeded Eiram. Thammas was a seer and
prophet, and could see the Lods and talk with them
understandingly. Thammas was succeeded by his
daughter, EannahD and she was succeeded by Eo;ax,
who was a builder on the &emple of Osiris, commonly
called the great 3reat /-ramid.
Thoth$a, &Eo;ax( lived approximately fivethousand
years ago. Ee could hear and converse with the gods
and was a builder of the Lreat #yramid of 'gypt.
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original plate.
/O/6 Bars A>0&&&2
14<158
In honor of the prophet of +eKyus, the first mortal
servant of -siris, whose name was Thoth, Eo;ax named
himself Thothma, which is to say, LodThothD for -siris
told Eo;ax= Thou art the very Thoth reincarnatedD and
behold, thou shalt be Lod of the earth.
Thothma could hear the Lods and talk with them
understandingly. )nd to him, -siris, through his angel
servant Lod, 'gupt, gave especial care from his youth
up. )t the age of sixteen years, Thothma passed the
examination in the house of philosophy, and in
astronomy and mineralogy. )t seventeen he passed
&he Builder's 4chool and the Histories of the &housand
3ods. )t eighteen he was admitted as an .dept in 5ife
and 6eath, having power to attain the dormant stateD
and to see without his mortal eyes, and to hear without
his mortal ears. )t nineteen, he ascended the throne, it
being the time of the death of his father and mother.
3:
The Building o# the Pyra$id%
/O/6 Bars A>&A2
16<1;
)fter the first part of the temple was laid, the builders of
the inclined plane began to build it also, but it was built
of logs. )nd when it was raised a little, another layer of
the temple was built. Then again the inclined plane was
built higher, and another layer of the temple builtD and
so on, the inclined plane, which was of wood, was built
up even the same as was the temple.
The width of the inclined plane was the same as the
width of the temple, but the whole length of the inclined
plane was four hundred and forty lengths &of a man(.
?p this inclined plane the floats, with the stones
thereon, were drawn by means of capstans and by men
and women pulling also.
9or four and twenty years was Thothma building the
templeD and then it was completed. But it required other
half a year to take away the inclined plane used in
building it. )fter that it stood free and clear, the greatest
building that had ever been built on the earth or ever
would be.
Such, then, was ThothmaKs T'0#J' -9 -SIIIS, TE'
LI')T #%I)0I+.
3;
The 6arth in the 4r o# Bon%
Showing the es$ean position of the earth in the time of
,apilya, 0oses and ,hine. /ehovih said= The time of
0y )rc of Bon shall be four hundred years. )nd it was
so. )nd at the termination of that period, behold, the
earth went into a dark region, and the Israelites,
Brahmins and Farathustrians forsook the higher light,
/ehovih, and established kings and rulers, like other
nations.
>i(a A02 48 4r o# Bon
&21 +
The Boo( o# the 4r o# Bon desribes the e.ents o#
this yle% Gene this plate' !hih is an i$age o#
the earth in this yle' should be plaed at the
beginning o# this .ery sa$e boo(%
)apilya, lived threethousand years ago, similar to
0oses in all respects, yet he had the greatest
knowledge of governmental rule.
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5oses, lived threethousand, fivehundred years ago,
one of the greatest characters of history. Ee was
great and wise as to corporeality, yet abiding in the
essence of the 0ost Eigh. painting b- Newbrough%
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)hine, of ,hina, lived threethousand, fivehundred
years ago. There is no person in all the nations of the
world, past or present, that had attained to such
unbelievable miracles. painting b- Newbrough%
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The /ine 6ntities .
/ehovih, or /ehovih said= )nd is equivalent to &he .ll
Highest 5ight. The )ll Onowledge.
Tae, or Tae said= The word &ae is equivalent to the
words, the highest general e7pression of mankind, or,
the universal voice was. ,orper, or corper said= ,orpor
signifieth whatever hath length, breadth and thickness.
?., or ?. said= ?. is equivalent to the vanishment of
things seen into things unseen. ?. is also equivalent to
worldliness, or, worldKs people. 'sfoma, or, 'sfoma
said= 'quivalent to there is something in the wind; or,
as things seem to indicate. Signs of the times. 's, or
's said= 'quivalent to, the unseen world, also to, spirit
world. The testimony of angels. )lso spirit. EaKk, or
EaKk said= 6arkness. Ignorance is haKk. +arkness may
be corporeal or spiritual. +ark agesD or, a time of
anarchy and false philosophy. Oosmon, or, kosmon
said= &he present era. )ll knowledge in possession of
man, embracing corporeal and spiritual knowledge
sufficiently proven. Seffas, or seffas said= Seffas is
equivalent to, the established, or, the enforced; as the
laws of the land, or, the religion of the land, as
established. Lod said= These are the nine entitiesD or,
according to the ancients, /ehovih and Eis eight
children, Eis Sons and +aughters. )nd these are the
Ben &21+ 3456
FOE=3 BOOK O9 B6/ R696R3 TO TG6 /&/6
6/T&63 TGROJFGOJT%
42
same, which in all ages, poets and philosophers have
made to speak as, the famil- of the universe. Through
them I speak. /ehovih is the Jight, that is, Onowledge.
The manifestation of Onowledge in man is /ehovih.
The growth of wisdom in man, as the earth groweth
older, is the tree of light.
6therea%
Ben &228 Ben &2168
/ehovih said= Think not that the vault of the firmament
is nothingD for thither have I created etherean worlds, of
si.es equal to the corporeal worldsD but they are
independent of them. These are 0y Oingdoms,
prepared for the spirits of men and women and children
whom I bring forth into life on corpor. *or are 0y
etherean worlds alike in density or motion, but of
different consistencies, that they may be suitable for the
varied advancement of 0y ,hildren.
6arth and her 4t$ospherea%
Black center, the earth.
9ragapatti 02
108
Ben &2278
)round about 0y corporeal worlds I placed
atmosphereaD for, as the earth and the other corporeal
worlds provide a womb for the spirit of man, so have I
made of atmospherea the substance for a womb for the
souls of men. &The spirit is born at death into
atmosphereaD the soul graduates from atmospherea
into etherea.(
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Organi Bar( (or 0or()%
:ithin atmospherea, wark &vortices( becometh organic
and falleth to the earth &as meteorites(. TSee Book of
,osmogony and #rophecy, chapter IH, first paragraph.U
Ben &&&2 218 Ben &&&2 2:8
:ithin atmospherea, wark becometh organic and falleth
to the earth.
3hattered Bar(%
:ark in etherea becometh an aK;iKan cloud, and
shattered.
Ben 02 78 Ben &&&2 2;8
:ark in etherea becometh an aK;iKan cloud, and
shattered.
44
Gyarti' the 6arth in /ebulae%
Ben 0&2 18 Ben 02 18
/ehovih said= In the time I created life on the earth, and
in the waters, and in the air above the earthD I brought
the earth into Eyarti for a thousand years.
The 3erpent=s Orbit%
! R 'quivalent= >,G"","""D 6, 8, >, 7, @, G, 5.
-ther orbits for other phalanxes.
Ben 0&&2 ;8 Kno!ledge
&0248
Tae said= )ccording to the light of my 9ather in heaven
will I call the ends of the tablet danKha, for these are the
quickened times mentioned by the prophets of old. *ot
only will I prove them whether they are true or notD but I
will find the motion of the Lreat Serpent and this will
determine the orbit thereof.
45
9ireballs (5eteors) as Obser.ed
Through a Telesope%
-n *ovember !7th, !571, a meteor of this class
passed over *ew /erseyD it was visible in the full
sunlight, and was followed by a series of explosions
which were compared to the discharge of a thousand
cannons. -ther meteors are so large that they reach
the earth before complete vapori.ation takes placeD
and we, then, have a fall of what we call 0eteorites,
often accompanied by loud explosions. Not an original
plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
Kno!ledge
&02:8
)nd Tae perceived that he could determine the
dominions of the lower heaven, and from this revert to
the earth and discover what had been in ages past.
Thereupon Tae classified cycles at three thousand
years, and the wave of the Lreat Serpent at two
hundred years and four hundred years. These again he
subdivided, and he found that every thirtythird year
was alike on the earth in heat and cold, and he
discovered from these the nebulous regions within the
vortex of the earth, and the cause of the variations in
the times of falling meteors.
Oosmon )rc in -rian 9ield VE?%$
)os$ogony
&2158
Kno!ledge
&02208
)nd yet in other cycles the earth had prospered only on
one continent, and none could be inspired to go abroad
and live with asu. So /ehovih saw wisdom in the arc of
Suth, who held dominion for three thousand yearsD and
Ee begat I., who was in dominion three thousand one
hundred years, and Ee begat )ph, who reigned three
thousand six hundred yearsD who begat )pollo, who
reigned two thousand eight hundred yearsD who begat
-siris, the first, who reigned three thousand three
hundred yearsD who begat )braham and Brahma, who
reigned two thousand four hundred yearsD who begat
0oses and ,apilya, who reigned three thousand four
hundred yearsD who begat Oosmon, of which this is the
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Tra.els o# the 3olar Phalan" (:)%
Travel of the great serpent during the 'ILET
ninethousand years after man$s creation.
Showing also the -rian fields in ethereal, with
their comparative densities and symbols. Not an
original plate.
thirtythird yearsD &!55!( and the Lreat Serpent is in the
sixtyfourth Euy of the orbit of cKwarkum &,KHorkum(.
It came to pass, that when the earth had entered into
the thirtythird year of the arc of Oosmon in the
etherean firmament, /ehovih spake out of the midst of
heaven, and there were quickened up those whom Eis
holy angels had prepared to hear the 9atherKs voice.
/ehovih said= )ll who hear 0y voice shall know 0e, and
comprehend 0y #erson. )nd as many as hear 0e and
behold 0y presence shall be called Tae, for they are the
firstfruit of the resurrection in Oosmon. -f such were
the 9aithists in the arc of Bon and in the cycles prior to
that period.

The )yli )oil%
The numbers of the beast shall be sixtysix, and six
hundred and sixtysix, and the parts thereof. Because
in the coil of the cycle, behold the distance are two
thirds of a circle, whether it be a hundred or a
thousand, or three times a thousand. /ehovih rolleth
up the heavens, and braideth the serpents of the
Ben &A2 1081 Ben A2 :<;8
0ake not a Lod of riches, nor of thy supposed sciences
and learning.
9or in the time thou seest men doing these things,
behold, that is the time of a cyclic coil in the great
beast.
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firmament into Eis cyclic coil. :ho can magnify
/ehovih by calling Eim -siris, or Tein, or Baal, or Jord,
or Lod4 Ee is the circle without beginning or endD Eis
0a;esty encompasseth the universe.
1
3T
' 2
/E
' 3
RE
Resurretions%
,omparative densities of !
st
, 6
nd
, and 8
rd
resurrection.
In the first resurrection, individual spirits inspire mortals
by virtue of their presence. But inspiration from the
second resurrection cometh by a line of light
established for that purpose. )tmospherea
corresponds to the place of actinic force in preceding
plateD etherea, to nonaction. 9igs. !, 6, 8, enlarged
illustrations of the course and form of vortexian
currents.
)os$ogony
&2158
Kno!ledge
0&&&21<28
)gain /ehovih spake through 's saying=
The first resurrection in heaven have I made to
inspire the first resurrection on earthD the second
resurrection in heaven have I made to inspire the
second resurrection on earth. The third
resurrection in heaven have I made to inspire the
third resurrection on earth, the like to like made I
them.
4:
Photospheres%
/ehovih said= Jet the sign of the corporeal worlds be
as the signs of the etherean worlds (E)D nevertheless
they shall be independent of one another. *either shall
the travel of corporea ()) disturb the motions and
positions of ethereal (B), but pass through, as if there
were nothing. But the behavior of the etherean worlds
on corporea shall be to bring them to maturity and old
age, and final dissolution. )nd it was so. )nd there
floated in the midst of etherea certain densities, called
aK;i and ;iKay and nebula, which sometimes augmented
the si.e of the traveling corporeal worlds, and
sometimes illumed them on the borders of the vortices,
and these were called photospheres (4), because they
were the places of the generation of light. &See Book of
Ben 0&&&2 348 )os$ogony
0&213<158
Jet it be premised, then, that the etherean firmament is
not a waste and interminable nothingnessD but that, on
the contrary, it is in many regions, even between the
earth and the sun, sufficiently dense for a corporeal
man to dwell upon, and to walk about, even as on the
earth. Some of these are as transparent as water or
clear glass, and some opaque. Some of these etherean
worlds are large as the earth, and some a thousand
times larger. Some are as immense facsimiles of
snowflakesD with arches a thousand miles high and
broad. Some of them are as oceans of waterD some
transparent and some opaqueD and some of them
dense clouds of ashes. But so great are the numbers
and so vast the varieties of these thousands of millions
of etherean worlds, that description is impossible. %et,
by the telescopic power of the earthKs vortexian lens,
these worlds are magnified so as to seem to be
nonentities.
:orlds in solution, the etherean heavens, are therefore
governed by no power in, or escaping from, corporeal
worlds. In the language of the ancient prophets, they
are a law unto themselves. )nd yet these unseen
worlds have much power and influence on the vortices
of corporeal worlds.
In making observations with the spectroscope, these
otherwise unseen worlds are sometimes seenD but in a
general way the spectroscope revealeth only the
refraction of high altitudes in the earthKs vortex. It is an
error to say the spectrum divideth the sunKs rays per se.
It is an error to say the spectroscope hath revealed
certain colors in the atmosphere or photosphere of the
sun or other stars. Its revelations for the most part
pertain to what is contained in the vortexian lens of the
earth, no matter whether the view be toward the sun or
another star.
4;
,osmogony(.
To!=3ang%
Ben &A2 :8 )os$ogony
&2338
The earthKs vortex is a subvortex, existing within the
sunKs vortex= 0ercury, venus, mars, ;upiter, saturn, and
so on, are corporeal worlds, and each and all of them
within subvortices, and the combination of all these
vortices within the sunKs vortex are known by the names
great serpent, or solar phalanx. 9or which reason the
sunKs vortex was called the 8aster, or &ow94ang, by the
ancient prophets.
)e.or(u$' Road!ay o# the 3olar Phalan"%
Top &nner$ost >ine' Jine of 'theic FeroD. 8
gadols to ! measureH a'a' lines of different
currents &cycles(D b'b' transverse currents &coil of
serpent(D d'd' line of broken vortices and raysD ee'
Jine of )ctinic )verage.The crossing denote the
localities of the highest etherean light. The
numbers with their signatures, show the densities
)os$ogony
&2158
Kno!ledge
&02138
1. !here vortices had matured in form" he called them
war#" as they had been called among the ancients" and
the war# of the earth was one million five hundred and
four thousand miles in circumference" but the vorte$ of
the sun in the places where the earth rides" is three
thousand years %in circumference --ed.&" which is to say"
one year of the earth's war# is e'ual to one year of the
sun's vorte$" which is as one year to three thousand
years in the trail of the serpent (sun)" and this again
gives the orbit of the *reat +erpent (solar system) four
million seven hundred thousand years. ,
1-. .ae said/ 0ll things in pro$imity impress each other
and to find the roadway in the earth's travel is to find
what has been and what will be. If" therefore" the past
history of the earth's people for three thousand years
were written truthfully it would disclose the roadways of
one cycle of time" and this must be repeated with each
thirty-third cycle ,1112, with one deviation in
ninety-nine cycles" and half a deviation in eight cycles
(a gadol)" which is e'uivalent to twenty-four thousand
years.
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through which the great serpent passes each
cycle. The lines across the cevorkum denote a
cycle of three thousand years, but overdrawn one
thousand times in order to be apparent to the eye,
i.e., one to >,G"",""".
Planets%
B' B' B' B' B' planets. 9ig. !, photosphere, or light on
every sideD 9ig. 6, negative currentsD 9ig. 8, relative
enlargement of a planet on the illuminate sideD 9ig. >,
enlargement illustrative of age of planetD 9igs. 7 and 5,
variation in vortex, called variation of needlesD 1' 1'
etherea, or inactive spaceD 2' 2' 2' 2' place of actinic
force. The #anic signs denote the expression in
numbers.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&2348
:ere the sun planet extinct, the master vortex would
instantly make another sun. )s the lines of vortexya are
in currents from the outer toward the interior, so do the
solutions of corpor take the shape of needles, in the
master, pointing toward the centre, which condition of
things is called 5ight; and when these needles
approach the centre, or even the photosphere, the
actinic force thereof is called Heat.
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>ight #ro$ 0orte"ya%
/ehovih said= In times past, man beheld the sun,
saying= The sun is the ,reator of all the livingD light and
heat come from the sun. Then /ehovih said= I will put a
sign in the firmament, and no man shall gainsay the
work of 0y hand. )nd above the earth, to the north
and south, Ee placed polar lights, that man might bear
witness that light depended not on corporea, and had
no part therewith. But the sun Ee placed in the midst of
the great vortex, so that every side was as a pole to
the corporeal worlds around it. )nd /ehovih made
etherea as a condensing lens, so that the rotation of
each and every corporeal world should manufacture its
own light, on the side poling to the sun, by the rotation
of its wark and vortex. )nd man saw that atmospherea
turned the earth, and that the earth turned not
atmospherea.
Ben 0&&&2 348 )os$ogony
&2358
*either light, nor heat, nor attraction of gravitation
cometh from the sun to the earth. Eeat decreaseth in
force in proportion to the square of the distance from
the place of generationD nevertheless, an allowance of
decrease must be added thereunto of one to the
hundred. Jight decreaseth in proportion to the divisibility
of rays, as will be mentioned hereafter. Though a man
see the light of the sun, as he seeth a horse in a field,
yet there is no such thing as travel of light in factD nor is
there any substance of light. But that which is called
light is polarity of corporeal needles in solution, caused
by the lines of vortexya. In experiments on earth, the
flash requireth a certain time to polari.e these
infinitesimal needles, and for convenience sake such
lapse of time is called the travel of light. :hen the flash
continueth, as in the case of the sun centre, the
masterKs infinitesimal needles remain poised from the
sun centre outward, even to the earth, and may be
compared to telegraph wires, with a battery at each
end. But there is no travel in any sense whatever.
+aylight is not, therefore, made by the sun, nor by the
photosphere of the sun. +aylight is the condition of
things polari.ed within the master vortex. *ight is
manufactured by the earth coming betwixt the masterKs
focus and the outer extreme. So that both night and day
continue all the timeD and we reali.e them both
alternately in consequence of the axial motion of the
earth. )s in the case of night, or of any darkness, when
the needles of atmospherean substance are disturbed
in polarity, or when the lines of needles are cut, as in
eclipse, there is no direct manifestation of the earthKs
vortexian currents, and such is the cause of darkness.
9or which reason nitrogenous plants grow rapidly at
night, whilst the ripening of certain fruits and grains
require the light of day. 9or by this vortexya are seeds
and grains and fruits charged with it. :hereof when
man eateth, or, as in breathing air, these things go into
dissolution, as hereinafter mentioned, the heat is
eliminated, and lodgeth itself in man. -r if certain herbs
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be piled together, and they commence dissolution, their
heat is evolved, and is called spontaneous combustion.
To!=3ang%
Ben &A2 :8 )os$ogony
&2338
The earthKs vortex is a subvortex, existing within the
sunKs vortex= 0ercury, venus, mars, ;upiter, saturn, and
so on, are corporeal worlds, and each and all of them
within subvortices, and the combination of all these
vortices within the sunKs vortex are known by the names
great serpent, or solar phalanx. 9or which reason the
sunKs vortex was called the 8aster, or &ow94ang, by the
ancient prophets.
Planets%
B' B' B' B' B' planets. 9ig. !, photosphere, or light on
every sideD 9ig. 6, negative currentsD 9ig. 8, relative
enlargement of a planet on the illuminate sideD 9ig. >,
enlargement illustrative of age of planetD 9igs. 7 and 5,
variation in vortex, called variation of needlesD 1' 1'
etherea, or inactive spaceD 2' 2' 2' 2' place of actinic
force. The #anic signs denote the expression in
numbers.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&2348
:ere the sun planet extinct, the master vortex would
instantly make another sun. )s the lines of vortexya are
in currents from the outer toward the interior, so do the
solutions of corpor take the shape of needles, in the
master, pointing toward the centre, which condition of
things is called 5ight; and when these needles
approach the centre, or even the photosphere, the
actinic force thereof is called Heat.
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3eondary 0orte"%
Ben &&2 258 )os$ogony
&&&2258
Though the general form of a vortex, as before stated,
in its beginning is long, funnelshaped &like a whirlwind(,
its ultimate is toward a globular form. )nd though the
current of a vortex is spiral, at first, its currents ultimate
toward less spirality. If one could imagine a very long
serpent in spiral form, constantly turning its head in at
one pole, and its tail at the other, and forever crawling
upon its own spirality, such a view would somewhat
illustrate the currents of a vortex.
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Third 4ge o# 0orte"%
Ben &&2 258 )os$ogony
&&&2138
)s previously stated, ethe holdeth corpor in solution,
which is the condition of atmospherea and of the
etherean regions beyond. :hen a portion of this
solution is given a rotary motion it is called a vortex. *or
is a vortex a substance or thing of itself, more than is a
whirlwind, or as a whirlpool in the water. )s a whirlpool
can not exist without water, or a whirlwind exist without
air, so can not a vortex exist without the etheic solution.
)s previously stated, in the beginning of a vortex it is
long, but in course of time it hath a tendency to become
round like a globe, but flattened a little at the poles. This
also happeneth to every vortex that carrieth a satellite=
That the periphery of the vortex is undulatedD and the
extent of its undulation can be determined by the
minimum and maximum distance of the satellite from its
planet.
9ourth 4ge o# 0orte"%
Ben &&&2 18 )os$ogony
&&&2268
In one plate the black centre representeth a planet, and
the black spot with the letter WSW representeth a satellite.
The white lines indicate the course of the vortexian
currents, but purposely exaggerated in the drawing.
9irst, to show the undulation in the vortex where the
satellite resteth, and secondly, to show the head turning
in at one end, and the bulge of the tail ready to overlap
itself, wherefrom there is an excess of light manifested
in the tail &northern( regions.
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Phases o# the 5oon%
Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&2458
9inding a coincidence in the tides with certain phases of
the moon, they have erroneously attributed the cause of
tides to the power of attaction in the moon manifesting
on the ocean, which is taught to this day as sound
philosophyA )ttraction, as previously stated, existeth not
in any corporeal substance as a separate thing. There
is no substance of attraction. *or is there any
substance of gravitation. These powers are the
manifestation of vortexya. If vortexya be charged into a
piece of iron or steel, it is called a magnet, because it
apparentl- draweth its own kind to itself. :hen two
pieces of steel, alike in quality, are charged with
vortexya to their utmost, their power will be in proportion
to their dimensions. If one be twice the si.e of the other,
its magnetic force &socalled( will be in the main two
times more powerful.
5agnets ()ut )' 9igures 2 and 3)%
Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&2468
The form of a true magnet of steel, to manifest the
greatest positive, and greatest negative force, should
be nearly a rightangle triangle, after the manner of a
line of vortexya from the equatorial surface of the earth
to its centre, and thence toward the north pole. By
having two such magnets, and bringing their poles
together, a square is produced, which now balanceth its
recipency and its emission of vortexya.
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The 6entri Tra.el o# )o$ets
()ut )' 9igure 4)%
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&278
:hen as a comet &or nebula( the mKvortex hath not
attained to an orbit of its own, it is carried in the
currents of the master vortex, which currents are elliptic,
parabolic and hyperbolic. Eence the socalled eccentric
travel of comets.
)o$ets%
Not original plates.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&2;8
Two directions of power are thus manifestedD and also
two powers= 9irst, that the vortex of the sun hath power
from the east to west, and from the west to east, to
which the comet is sub;ected= Second, that the comet
hath a vortex of its own, which is sufficient under the
circumstances to maintain the general form of the
comet. The ordinary comet hath its tail away from the
sun, but some comets have two tails, one toward the
sun and one away. In the case of BielaKs comet in the
year > B.O. &!5>@ ).+.(, which was broken whilst the
observer was looking on, is sufficient evidence of the
subpower of the comet vortex.
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)ona.e >ens o# Borlds and 3uns &llustrated
()ut )' 9igure 5)
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&&21<28
Eere followeth the method of manufacturing light and
heat as they are on the earth and moon and sun, and
all other planets=
The half of the earthKs vortex &for example( which faceth
toward the sun is a concave lens to the earth. ) similar
lens, but far larger, is at the suncentre= The convex
faces of the two lenses are toward each other forever.
They are ethereally connected by solutions of corpor
needles linear in position.
The 6arth and its 0orte"ian >ens and
)o$parati.e 3iLe
()ut )' 9igure 1)%
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&&238
The vortex is larger than the earth, so that polar lights
are possible on the shadow side. )nd the brilliancy of
the polar lights are proportionately less than daylight at
noon in the tropics, exactly in correspondence to the
concentration of the rays by a lens of the magnitude
referred to.
5:
3olar 6lipse ()ut )' 9ig 6)%
)nnular 'clipse of 6""! R Fambia
Not an original plate.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&&2108
:hen the moon produceth a full eclipse of the sun &by
which philosophers ignorantly believed the light and
heat of the sun were cut off from the earth(, it causeth
darkness on the earth by breaking the linear connection
betwixt the earthKs vortex and the suncentre, so that
the positive current in the earthKs vortex is cut off, and
that part that would otherwise be a lens becometh
negative in its action, in the linear space. But when the
eclipse falleth far in the north or south part of the earth
only, then the action of the moonKs shadow will fall in
the direction of the earthKs lens, so that a sublens is
impossible. :hereas, were there such a thing as
earthKs shine, in time of total eclipse of the sun, the
equatorial light would make the moon shine at that time
also.
5;
5athe$atial Proble$s%
Fero &line of velocity(, with the two arrows, and the
parallel lines crossing, are the signs of the boundary to
a vortex. The oscillations of a planet are shown in the
curves. In order to reduce the #anic signs to 'nglish,
see Book of Saphah.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&&216<1;8
)s the lens power loseth by flattening the vortex, and
increaseth by rounding the vortex, it will be observed
that the position of the moonKs vortex relatively to the
earthKs, is a fair conclusion as to the times of ebb and
flood tide. In periods of thirtythree years, therefore,
tables can be constructed expressing very nearly the
variations of vortexya for every day in the year, and to
prophesy correctly as to the winters and summers, so
far as light and darkness, and heat and cold, are
concerned. This flattening and rounding of the vortexian
lens of the earth is one cause of the wonderful
differences between the heat of one summer compared
with another, and of the difference in the coldness of
winters, as compared with one another. -f these also,
tables can be made. :inter tables made by the
ancients were based on periods of six hundred and
sixtysix years, and were called satan's tables,or the
times of the beast. Tables made on such a basis are
superior to calculations made on the relative position of
the moon.
But where they have prophesied ebb and flood tide to
be caused by certain positions of the moon, they have
erred in suffering themselves to ignorantly believe the
cause lay with the moon. ) man may prophesy by a
traveling wagon what time it will reach townD but the
correctness of his prophecy does not prove that the
wagon pushed the horse to town. These revelations
pertain more to the cause of things, than to giving new
prophecies. :hat mortals can not discover by any
corporeal observation must come by inspiration. In the
year > B.O. Jeverrier, of 9rance, prophesied the
existence of *eptune by the calculation of planetary
disturbances. &See EumboldtKs ,osmos, vol. iv., p.
87G.( -ther discoveries have been made in the same
wayD whereupon they have believed the said
disturbances to be caused by one planetKs power on
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another.
#lanetary disturbances are not caused by any power or
effect of one planet on anotherD the cause of the
disturbances lieth in the vortices wherein they float.
0ortals can not see the vorticesD their only means of
prophesying lieth in corpor. ) man may prophesy of the
moon by calculations of the disturbances of the tides.
But to attribute to the tides the cause of the moonKs
position would be no more erroneous than to attribute
the cause of tides to the moon.
It is not the intention, in these revelations, to give new
calculations in regard to occurrences on the planetsD it
is a trifling difference whether a man prophesy by a
vortex or by a planet. :herein he erreth in regard to
;udging the cause of things, he should be put on the
right road. :herein he hath had no knowledge of the
forces and currents of the unseen worlds and their
dominion over the seen worlds, revelation only can
reach him.
3ha@$ael%
The prophet of /ehovih said= ) time shall come when
Ben 0&&&21:8 )os$ogony
&&&2228
:ere the earthKs vortex to break, the earth would be
precipitated into dissolution, under ordinary conditions.
But were the earthKs vortex to be swallowed in the
vortex of another planet, then the earth would be
precipitated as a globe to such planet. Such is the case
as regarded double stars, and triplets and quadruplets,
especially where they are in contact. The same
principle holded in regard to the vortices of some
nebulae and cometsD one is frequently swallowed up
within another. But in such case the corpor
commingleth.
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the earth shall travel in the roadway of the firmament,
and so great a light will be therein that the vortex of the
earth shall burst, even as a whirlwind bursteth, and lo
and behold, the whole earth shall be scattered and
gone, as if nothing had been. But ere the time cometh,
0y etherean hosts shall have redeemed man from sin.
*or shall the inhabitants of the earth marry, for the
time of begetting will be at an end. 'ven as certain
species of animals have failed to propogate, and have
become extinct, so shall it be with man. The earth will
have fulfilled its labor, and its services will be no more
under the sun. But the vortex of the sun shall be round,
and the body of the great serpent coiled up. In the
place where the earth was, shall some of 0y faroff
worlds come and fulfill the labor allotted to them. )nd
the atmosphereans who have not been redeemed from
darkness in that day, shall alight on the new world and
also fulfill their labor. &See Books of /ehovih and
Saphah(.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&&2238
In the case of double stars, and triplets, and so on, if
con;oined, the centre of gravitation &socalled( is not to
each one, but to the intervening centre between them.
The polarity of such a group is as to the vortex. Think
not, however, that double stars or triplets or quadruples
are the limit of combinations in one vortex. There are
clusters of planets, hundreds of them, thousands, and
even millions, that sometimes occupy one vortex
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3tar )lusters
Not original plates.
0orte"ian )urrents%
9igs. !, 6, 8, enlarged illustrations of the course and
form of vortexian currents.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&&&2258
Though the general form of a vortex, as before stated,
in its beginning is long, funnelshaped &like a whirlwind(,
its ultimate is toward a globular form. )nd though the
current of a vortex is spiral, at first, its currents ultimate
toward less spirality. If one could imagine a very long
serpent in spiral form, constantly turning its head in at
one pole, and its tail at the other, and forever crawling
upon its own spirality, such a view would somewhat
illustrate the currents of a vortex.
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3no!<#la(es.
Color version is not an original plate.
/ehovih said= The corporeal worlds I created round,
with land and water, and I made them impenetrable,
for I bring forth the living on the surface of them. Jet
not man imagine that 0y etherean worlds are also
round and impenetrableD for, of all I have created, no
two alike created I them.
*ow, it came to pass in the lapse of time, that the
atmosphereans so loved the lower heavens, that they
strove not to ascend to the emancipated heavens of
*irvana, never having reached the bridge of ,hinvat.
But they oft returned to the earth and held converse
with corporeans, and they lauded the glories of even
the lower heavens, so that man looked up in wonder
because of the magnificence of the works of the
9ather. %et these were bounden spirits. Then /ehovih
made the snowflake and caused it to fall, that man
might behold the beauty and glory of its formation. )nd
he sent ethereans down from the emancipated
heavens, and these taught man that whatever glory he
had yet heard of, was as darkness is to light,
compared to the beauty and ma;esty of the etherean
worlds. )nd the ethereans held up snowflakes,
saying= In the name of /ehovih we declare unto you,
that the etherean worlds are larger than the earth, and
B6/ 0Ben
0&&&2348
)os$ogony
&025<68
Iefer to image 44, where will be seen a variety of
representations of the forms and figures of snowflakes.
But these are not allD there are thousands of millions of
them, differing so much from one another that
description is not possible. )s previously stated, corpor
being in solution in ethe, hath in the main the shape of
needles, but of such infinitesimal si.e that corporeal
knowledge of them can only be, at most, sub;ective
knowledge. But in the snowflake are both the casting
and the mold of discordant mKvortexian currents.
But it must be borne in mind that where one snowflake
is molded in one moment, another snowflake molded
in the same place the next moment, and so on, would
display no two snowflakes alike. Three stages may be
described in the discordant results= first, the cloudD
second, the fro.en cloud, which is snowD and third, the
raindrop or hailstone.
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penetrable, and full of roadways of crystals, and
arches, and curves, and angles, so that were man to
travel a million of years on one alone, he could not see
half its beauty and glory. )nd the firmament of heaven
hath tens of thousands of millions of etherean worlds.
Jet the snowflakes be before your eyes as
microscopic patterns of the worlds in high heavenD and
ye shall tint them as a rainbow, and people them with
countless millions of angels, spotless, pure, holy, and
rich in the knowledge of /ehovih and Eis works, and
full of the ma;esty of Eis love.
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0orte"o$eter
()ut )' 9igure 7)%
" = ) very fine needle point.
B = Two pieces fo straw.
# = ,up.
$ d d d = 9our mica or pith discs, blackened on one
side. The arms between the straw in the center and
the discs are bent glass fiber.
% = Llass support holding cup.
This instrument was invented by ,rookes of 'ngland,
in the year 65 )O, but neither he nor any other
philosopher knew the cause of its axial motion until
herein revealed.
)os$ogony
&2158
)os$ogony
&0212<138
)t the sealevel a certain pressure seemeth to manifest,
as in a barometerD on a high mountain a less pressure
seemeth to manifest. There is also a variation in the
barometer according to certain conditions of the
atmosphere. The difference is not that the pressure of
the atmosphere is differentD the pressure of the
atmosphere, per se, is the same in all directions, high
and low. The cause of the variation of the barometer is
in reference to distension &sublimated solution of
corpor(, and hath no reference to pressure as such.
This capacity to distension is not only external to the
barometer, but within it alsoD so that as a measure of
atmospheric pressure per se it is entirely worthless. The
suction pump, or inverted tube filled with water, showeth
the pressure of the atmosphere upward as well as
downward, and showeth what the pressure is.
:herefrom it is shown there is no such thing as
attraction of gravitation of the atmosphere toward the
earth more than away from it. :here the atmosphere is
overcharged with an imperfect solution of corpor, or
snow or rain, that excess is that which balanceth toward
the earth. But this also only applieth in regions close to
the earth$s surface. 9ifty or a hundred thousand miles
up from the earth, the axial velocity of the vortex is so
great that rain or snow would be instantaneously
dissolved, distended and lost to sight. ,onsequently the
solutions in the higher atmosphere not only contain
moisture, but they contain iron, lead, .inc, gold,
platinum, clay, granite, diamonds and all other things
known to exist on the earth, and many others besides.
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3erpent o# the 3olar Phalan"%
!. Sun. 6. 0ercury. 8. 'arth. >. 0ars. 7. )rtea.
@. Hesta. G. ,eres. 5. /upiter. 1. Saturn. !".
?ranus. 'quivalent= Ooss, 68. Sui$Jee, >>.
#isc, 66. Eoo, 57. 9rgabal. !!>. )t$Bars, 5.
Lii$S$0ak, !15.
B6/ 0&&220?20 )os$ogony 0&2
:<118
If one were to go into a circular field, a little way from
the middle, and there construct an electric battery, from
which he extendeth outward a multitude of wires, to
small batteries in distant parts of the field, his batteries
would then represent somewhat the solar phalanx, the
central one being the sun. There would be more volume
of electricity manifested at the central batteryD but the
intensity of the spark at one of the small batteries
would, other things being equal, be equal to the spark
at the central battery.
*either is there more intensity of heat at the sun, than
in any electric flash. *either must it be surmised that
the sun centre is an electric batteryD nor that it supplieth
in any sense anything to any other planet. )s previously
stated, there are two things, corpor and etheD the latter
is the solvent of corpor. :hirling vortices of the solution
make planets. )nd these are the sum and substance of
all things manifested in the universe.
It is an error to say the sun threw off rings or planets.
*o thing hath power to throw off itself, or a part thereof,
save some living creature. They have instanced water
flying from the periphery of a rapidly rotating wheel.
This would merely imply that some one was trying to
fasten worlds on the sun$s periphery, but that the sun
cast them off. :ho that some one was they say notD nor
do they offer a reason as to how such thrownoff
substance came to be in the way of the sun in the first
place.
It is equally erroneous to say that the presence of this
planet or that, throweth an influence on mortals,
according to their birth under certain stars. It is this
same astrological ignorance that attributeth to the sun
the throwingoff of light and heat and of possessing
attraction of gravitation, and of throwingoff rings to
make planets of.
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Orahnebuahgalah%
)os$ogony
0&&217<1:8
3456
In orachnebuahgalah the student will draw a curved
line, representing the travel of the great serpent for
three thousand years. This shall be cut across in eight
places, to represent the periods of light. The places
between them shall be made dark and light according
to the history of manKs behavior during said three
thousand years. :ar shall be represented by black. The
duration of wars shall be marked with a cut called
change. *umbers shall designate the degrees of
historical manifestations. 9or every great division of the
earth make one orachnebuahgalah. The scale should
be from one to a thousand for the entire lengthD and
from one to a thousand from one dawn to another, and
from one to a thousand for each and every
characteristic designated. *umber man ! and 88, and
the moon ! and !5D and number the earth ! and 8@7.
These were called by the ancients the grades of a
thousand &Soecenti(.
These periods will be found to come under certain
numbers, !!, 88, @@, 11, !"", 6"", >"", @@@, 888, @@,
!5, 7"", @"", 8@7, 11, 88, !5, and so on. &*ot that the
numbers, as such, have anything to do with such
matters.( Thus, the moonKs time is !5, the earthKs 8@7, a
generation 88, dan 6"", >"", @"", 7""D nitrogen or
darkness @@ and @@@, and so on. 9or which reason the
following tables of times and measurements were
established= &table omitted here'!
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Pani' Di=hai' 0edi' Gebrai' and
3ansrit Pri$aries
3aphah
3e=$oin2 &21+
3aphah
3aphahM &22+
#an said= I am the key to unlock words. I make all
things speak. )su, the first men, were thus taught. )s
the camel uttered, so was he calledD and the cat and
dog and all the living. )s the child called his father, so
was the name KmanK made. This was in some places,
Lhan, and 'gan &,hina(D 'dam and 'dan &9onece(D
)dam &'bra, Eebrew(D #uam &Sanscrit(D #am &Hede(D
Sam &Oii(D )ng &)lgonquin(D )nger &#oit(D and 0an
&'nglish(.
6;
Tree o# >anguages%
#an, &of language( the first guttural sounds
approximating words.
#oit, beginning of labial wordsounds.
Euit, first acquiesced language.
9us, first written wordsigns.
,hine, monosyllabic.
%iha, combination words.
)bram, first wordsD original text.
9onece, following the sound, but not the signs
&writing(.
)ham, amalgamation.
'bra, the oldD the sacred.
Sanscrit, mixture.
)raba, &first 'gyptian also( KTeeth and thorax.K
3aphah N
3e=$oin2
26?26
3aphah
3aphahM &218
I am to perish. I, being Saphah, am of the perishable. I
am of the earth perishable history. I am the dying
history not deadD the legendsD the skeleton of a one
time giant. In my youth I was science and philosophy,
religion. I reach into all the nations of the earthD
distance with me is nothingD time nothing. I was as a
tree of life in time long past, the devotedly loved Son of
Jight. The fruit I bore fed all the inhabitants of the earth.
But the flesh of the fruit hath perishedD the seed still
liveth. 0y seed is in languages, in words, in rocks and
ruined wallsD in fallen temples and buried cities. These
are the remnants of my corporeal bodyD in these my last
days my remnants, that were once the living members
of my body, shall forth and speak their parting words to
the new born Oosmon. Eear ye these, my sons and
daughtersD - ye that search for the light of ages past,
but find not. I am the book of the past, of the things that
are pastD of the corporeal world perishable.
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)lgonquin, after the sacred name 'LoXuin.

3e@$oin
3aphah N
3e=$oin2
10?10
3aphah N
3e=$oin2 1+
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On(' or Iodia
3aphah N
3e=$oin2 408
3aphah N
3e=$oin2 4;8
On( &#anic(. Sun belt of the earth. That portion of the
earth sub;ect to vertical rays. -nk, direct. -wk,
oscillating. -nk gave I unto you that ye might behold
the glory of summer, the fragrance of spring, the beauty
of autumn and the snow of winter. Study the ant and the
beeD they comprehend -nk. The la.y man shall learn
-nk &#oit(.
4ries%
&See also Book of /affeth(.
3aphah N K&&2
53?53
3aphah N
3e=$oin2 508
3ed &#anic(, the sign )ries, or, in 'nglish, letter T. The
sign of wisdomD of gentleness. Sed, a lamb &Oii(. )
manKs nose and eyebrows. The man who winneth by
love, gentleness. )Ksed &#oit(. )hed &9onece(. )heb
&'bra(. )heb &Eebrew(. )nd Sed rose up on the third
day after the creation of the world and stood above the
sun. The Lreat Spirit, '-Ih, said= This is 0y Son. The
corporeal sun ye can behold at high noon, but 0y Son
Sed standeth above this. )ll that are gentle and good
draweth he to 0y kingdom, *irvana. +o not unto
another what ye would not desire done unto you, or ye
shall not behold 0y Son Sed, who standeth on 0y right
hand. The earth is 0ine, saith SedD by love will I
redeem it. )yKsed &Hede(. ) sheep with a womanKs faceD
symbol of love. Lently, or gentleness. Jet or Jeat
&'bra(, or as a lamb speaketh. )Knah &Eebrew(. baKba
&,hine(. EyKsed &Hede(. Sed &)ribania(. ) name
signifying gentleness and wisdom. :ritten sign of a
lamb or of the nose and eyebrows of man. ) symbol of
stars and .odiac. Jet this be the season to bring
together male and female. They shall go to the altar and
consult the voices of the stars through my prophets.
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:hoever hath Sed in him returneth good for evil
&,hine(.
Tau%
3aphah N
3e=$oin2
72?76
3aphah N
3e=$oin2 548
Osiris, being interpreted, is= I am the Jight, the Jife and
the +eath. -ut of myself made I all that live. The sun I
placed in the firmament as a sign of my power. The
stars and the moon and things that speak not and know
not are the works of my hand. I am the Tau and the Sed
&Taurus and )ries, bull and lamb(, the power and
wisdom over all and within all. :ithout me nothing is,
nor was, nor ever shall be &)ribania(. The spirit of self
assertionD tyrannyD to enslaveD to master others per
force. Tow &)ii(. The selfassuring man, or spirit. %Ktaw
&Hede(. TauKbaw, a bull, or TiKtaw, I am the TKtaw. I am
the master at the bridge ,hinvat. :ithout my will none
shall rise to *irvana, my upper heavens. Through my
goodwill only shall any man ascend. I am the /udge
and Savior of men. -n my forehead resteth the sunD the
stars are my cattle. In worship of me the stars and the
sun plead before me. The horses have I placed over the
cows. The moon &0as( cringeth beneath my feet. I am
war, I am Thaw, a bull. 0y bulls shall be the edicts of
kings. :ho worshipeth not me, him will I destroy
&Hede(. ToeKphi, the )ll Eigh Spirit, next to -m, wife of
'olin. ToeKphi is my SaviorD he will redeem. &,hine(.
Itaura, Itura &)lgonquin(. Toe &'bra(. Toe &Eebrew(. Toe
&9onece(. :ild, unreasonable. +estroyer of liberty.
Tablet o# Biene%
3aphah N
B&6/62 10?10
3aphah N
Biene2 1+
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Bah’gan’ghad Tau’ghad Bau’gan’ghad
Tablet o# 0ede
3aphah N0ede2
10?10
3aphah N
0ede2 158
11% Tistrya, an angel from the still heavens who
ruled the flocks of mortals. Ee was said to
reside on SiriusD and that star was afterward
named after himD and mortals afterward
worshiped the star, forgetting the legend of their
forefathers.
12% ,tara, or Laura, who, in like manner, dwelt on a
star, and was forgotten in the lapse of ages,
and the star worshiped in his stead.
13% Fami, another angel who became a star in like
manner.
14% ?rvar, also a star thus named.
15% Logpend, ditto. These different Lods were
originally assigned certain labor on earth. -ne
had charge of all growing things in the waterD
another of the purity of vegetable seedsD
another of grain seedsD another of breeding of
horses and cowsD another of mortal marriagesD
another of young children, newborn. %ima, who
was chief Lod over all the other Lods, thus
assigned them placesD and each and all these
Lods of second degree had hosts of
ministering spirits under them, and these were
distributed and appointed over mortals as
guardian angels, and, by inspiration and by
other impressions, caused mortals to thus
worship their masters, the Lods who claimed to
reside on the stars. Thus did %ima teach
mortals that through him, and his kingdoms
only, could man prosper on earth, and rise in
heaven after death. In course of time, however,
the inhabitants of earth forgot the angels, and
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worshiped the stars instead.
16% 1ahi' taurus' the bull% The Fod o# #ore% In
the 'braic language this same Lod is called
/ah. In course of time mortals forgot the origin
of this Lod, and ignorantly supposed the name
to be an abbreviation of /ehovih. In the
,uneiform inscriptions his name is called
Bagho. The #anic origin is Taughad, &See
Tablet of Biene.( the figure of a bull, with manKs
face. The spiritual meaning, force, or force of
character, or energy to do, or decree with
authority. )s the pope issueth a Bull, of which
the foregoing was the original.
17% )ao(a' or gha<o(a% Lood, genial and amorous.
&the figure of a ram.( Ee is also called Eoebah
and goabah.
1:% 4iryana' a protector. &See Tablet Se$moin( in
the Tablet of Biene he is made in the form of a
lion, with manKs face.
1;% The term, horses, signifieth dominions in the
lower heavens.
20% The term, cow, usually meaneth adaptability to
the creative period. In the original #anic, cow
meant receptivity, as in 'nglish a term of dollars
signifieth the extent of a manKs possessions,
although he may have only lands and houses.
So horses in the %iha had no reference to the
animal horse, nor had cow any reference to the
animal cow. But in the lapse of ages, these
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figures received an earthly interpretation.
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Tablet o# Kii%
3aphah N K&&2
17?17
3aphah N Kii2
1+
)lphabetical sounds, #anic and ,hine.
Lin, river. :oo, small lake. Jong, large lake. -ak,
house. ,han, city. Shan, country. 9Kda, the earth.
Lwo, sunlight. 9ung, wind. +an, light, human
understanding. LitKhow, sun. Lit, moon. Salock,
stars. 9uche, the firmament.
0Kbow, horse. Low, cow. Lan, man. +uKgan,
woman. /i, boy. +uK;i, girl. )den, sky. LKshan, life.
Sa, death. +a, ground. Shak, rock. 9oam, wind.
Soo, square. Inq or inqu, round.
Lui or gu, street. Joo, road. Eim, sweet. Soap,
sour. Bai, sick. 'ah, cure. Samshot, war. +uKga,
sword. Bek, weapon. 9oxow, spear. So, dart, a
stone, a sling. 'm, to go before.
Eid, interview. Eout, dissatisfied. :ork, spinal.
BowKmi, Loddess of cattle. Son or songa, one who
gives alms grudgingly. Shawn or shon, a stone
cutter. Shaw, a servant. LoKta, a plowman.
,honKgum, flax. Eark, dark. Oin, roots, edibles. Eoe
or hoa, pressure. 0Khow, priestess.
LitKoo, light ahead, the way is clear. :aKsha,
darkness ahead, a melancholia. Seang, a river
ford, a passage. ,hin, a great ruler. Lone,
pertaining to untruth, romance, fable. Laup, a
hostler, a lover of the turfD one who lives indecently
with beasts. Show &o short(, decline, falling or
fallen. LwoKoa, to weave, to make cloth, also cloth,
a covering, a poet, one who clothes things.
0inKbon, salutation, a prayer, supplication,
especially standing. Oii, truth, a tribe called Oii, a
religious tribe on the continent of #an. )n abused
people are also Oii. Oii, learning, one who tries to
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understand. Lwom, sickness, a talisman. Jaum,
soil, a tiller, harvest, rich.
Jun, sleep, trance, somnambula, intoxicated. Eoo,
a marshal, leader, organi.ed, system. 0Khoa or
mKhoo, to shout. Baw, preach, sing. +iKsa, young
and therefore foolish. :aKshu, a tribe of hunters,
serpent slayers, persons who feed on raw flesh.
0Kshu, makers of stone weapons, also stone
weapons with handles, axes. OenKong or benKang,
young healer of the sick, the gift of spirits. ,hawnt,
to sing a song, a monotonous sound of not more
than three notes, continued from sunrise to sunset
without ceasing. ) method of inducing the trance
state. ,Kyu, a lawyer, an arbiterD one who fills the
place of both lawyer and ;udge &a modern referee(.
Eook, to make fast, a bond sworn on the sacred
wheel, 'oin. SoKche, epidemic, a scourge, a
;udgment.
Sai, faithful. EonKyi, multitude, followers, rabble,
fete of sacrifice. SungKsoup, miscellany, variety, a
people who marry with strangers. Jaw, the
feathered tribe, feathers. ShoeK;i, a gosling or
young aquatic bird, a man who can not go to the
hunt or to war without his motherD a shamefaced
people. Shon, sharp, particularly witty, to cut right
and left, evil prophecy. BogKwi, a circus, an
exhibition of trained animals, civili.ation, learning.
0Kwi, a tattling woman. 's, spirit, the unseen world.
'sKfom, the wind that is good. SaKfom, evil wind.
Lut, a plague, a famine, blackrot, scabs, lepers.
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Tablet o# 6$p=agatu%
3aphah N K&&2
7?7
3aphah N
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Tablet o# &L and Ierl%
3aphah N Ierl2
3?3
3aphah N Ierl2
1+
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Tablet o# Ierl.
9or interpretation, see Biene &#oit(, and Se$moin &Oii(.
Begin at !, and read downwardD then at 6, ect.U
3aphah N
Tablet o# Kii2
7?7
3aphah N Ierl2
108
The sacred birds of Ferl were written by an outline
drawing of each and every oneD but the pronunciation
&in imitation of its speech( was different in the whole of
the thirtyfour tribes. The tame quadrupeds had fewer
names. In I. or '. there were but twentytwo tribes,
and, being the most sacred tribes of the west of the
continent, their pronunciation varied less. 'olin said=
Because I. hath kept my commandments holy, I have
bestowed a new tablet &Oii(.
The Ei.ine 3eal%
TBegin at !, right, and read downwardD then at 6, etc.
'd.U
Ei.inity A0&&&2
258
3aphah N
Oadeth &L2 1+
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Tablet o# 9onee%
TBegin at !, and read downwardD then at 6, ect. R 'd.U
3aphah N
Ouadeth &L2
5?5
3aphah N
9onee2 1+
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Tablet o# &=hin%
TIead downward, beginning with column !. Iefer to
Se$moin and the other tablets.U
3aphah N
9onene
43?43
3aphah N &=hin2
18
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4ribania@hiayaustoyi'
Tablet of )ncient 'gypt.
3aphah N
4ribania=hiaya
ustoyi2;8
3aphah N
4ribania=hiayau
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Tablet o# Gy@yi%
3aphah N
4ribania=hiaya
ustoyi2118
3aphah N Go@ed
1+
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)ere$onies in 3un Eegree%
), 0aster. B, initiate. ,, first gate. +, second gate. 9,
third gage. L, fourth sacrifice. I, oath of allegiance. /,
place of death, represented by bones and skull. O,
coffin. J, proof of spiritpower to overcome pain. 0,
submission to have the body run through with a lance.
*, testimony that the initiate could endure all corporeal
3aphah N
)hine Ierl2
128
3aphah N )hine
Ierl2 1+
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torture unharmed. This is the inner circle. The outside
or body of the crescent represented the ;ewels and
places of the Lods and Jords of heaven and their
mortal representatives, together with the tools,
implements and kind of industry to which each and
every one was assigned. These constituted the
audience during the ceremonies, the workers being
stationed in the inner circle.
Tablet o# the Kii &nitiation )ere$ony%
This tablet and ceremonies belonged to #ersia, )rabia,
and Eeleste, Lreece and Troy, and to the )lgonquin
tribes. The time was 7,6"" years before Oosmon.
3aphah N K&&2
17?17
3aphah N K&&2
1+
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Tablet o# Port<Pan 4lgon-uin%
The sacred people, I$hins, or 0oundBuilders.
3aphah N Port<
Pan<
4lgon-uin2
3;8
3aphah N Port<
Pan<4lgon-uin2
1+
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4nubis and the Gaunted )ha$ber%
3aphah N
4nubis2 24?34
3aphah N
4nubis2 1+
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Tablet o# the 5ound<Builders%
TIead from left to right, beginning at the top.U
3aphah N
4go-ui$ 7?7
3aphah N
4go-ui$21+
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Tablet o# Baugh<ghan<ghad%
3aphah N
Baugh<Fhan<
Gad21:?1:
3aphah N
Baugh<Fhan<
Gad2 1+
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Eistant 0ie! o# the Te$ple o#
Baugh<ghan<ghad%
In La$haite, !!,""" %ears Before Oosmon.
3aphah N
Baugh<Fhan<
Gad213?13
3aphah N
Baugh<Fhan<
Gad210<128
BLL.= EaKootA EaKootA :ith Lhads I fought. :ith
Lhads I am king and brotherA ,ome forth, fallen foes,
and live triumphantlyA :ith brothers like these I will go
forth and gather skulls to build another temple. &The
servants help all that are alive out of the cellar, and if
they are well and strong they are spared, but if they are
maimed bodily, they are slain with the battleax. )ll that
thus fail to take the first degree, have their skulls
scraped and added to the throne, or ;udgmentseat.
+uring the ceremonies, and along with the initiates, are
two or more who have been previously initiated, and
these of course are spared.(
9irst I.= To Thee and none else, I swear everlastingly.
Thine be forever the place of skulls. &?gKsaKsa(
&Lolgotha.(
BLL.= Onow, then, ye IodKa &Lods(, I am descended
from Baughghanghad, the )ll Spirit of Jight and
#ower. By Eim incarnate in 0i, virgin of the corporeal
world, 0y blood is fed by the souls of men. In the days
before the flood of waters 0y Sire built a temple a
hundred gooKen squareD with skulls built he it, and
feasted on their souls, uprising in the firmament, above
the sun, companion of the stars. -n the spirits of
mortals slain, Eis spirit feasted full of rich strength, till all
::
the world bowed down and called Eim 0asterA
3etional 0ie! o# Folgotha Te$ple%
!!,""" %ears Before Oosmon.
3aphah N
Baugh<Fhan<
Gad21:?1:
3aphah N
Baugh<Fhan<
Gad24:<508
BLL.= I now demand a thousand skulls.
IKs.= The Son demandeth a thousand skulls.
BLL.= Baughghanghad demandeth a thousand
skulls.
IKs.= Baughghanghad shall have a thousand skulls.
:;
Tablet o# 6$ethaha.ah%
)s the student will perceive, the Tablet contains
three degrees. The headings only could be
given in the plates, being too complicated for
hieroglyphic characters in such small space.
9or the outer rim, begin at the bottom and read
alternately either side, till arriving at the top,
where will be found the Symbol of ,orpor and
the great serpent &solar phalanx(, and wark.
The small stars in the inner circle represent the
positions of mortals within the chamber during
the ceremonies. The three degrees are called=
9irst, 0KgitKow &dawn(D second, EiKdang &high
noon(D third, 0hak &golden chamber(, which
are given in darkness. In 'nglish they are
called, +awn, *oon and 'vening. They were
about the time of Farathustra &Foroaster(, or,
3aphah N
6$ethaha.ah
810
3aphah N
6$ethaha.ah2
1+
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say, 5,""" or 1,""" B.O.
)ere$ony o# Goly 5ass (5oon)%
The accompanying Tablet showeth the moon days,
and order of prayer and anthem, as in the ancient
times. T9or interpretation, see preceeding tablets.U
3aphah N
5=ha(211;8
3aphah N
5=ha(2
1228
'.= By Thy #ower, :isdom and Jove, and in Thy *ame,
- /ehovih, do I receive this Thy son &or daughter(,
and proclaim him brother &or sister( of the Lolden
,hamberA In Thy name, - 9ather, I proclaim him in all
the earth and in heaven above by these Thy solemn
rites, for Thy glory. )menA
&Iesponses. )menA *ow cometh the +an of SuKis,
bearing the regalia. *ext to him come the duK;i, seven
young girls, representing the seven stars, bearing the
symbols of Industry and #eace, and they form around
about the I. a crescent facing the '., so that the '.
formeth the eighth star betwixt the horns of the
crescent. EoooKartyo, in golden lace, cometh from the
:. and proceedeth to give the signs and passwords.
)fter this the youngest child present mounteth the
kKsam, and in proper words &which are withheld from
publication( proceedeth to clothe the I. in the golden
fleece. EooKartyo giveth the in;unctions of the ancients,
and the +. calleth forth the Tablets of the moon, and the
studies of the stars, and en;oineth prayer. The magi
now illustrateth on a tablet &blackboard( the prophecy of
the rise and fall of nations, the origin of man and
language, how the corporeal world is governed by the
es world, and giveth the I. the key of invocation.(
The I. Is now required to give=
The #anic name of the twentyfive signs.
To trace the names down through the languages to the
present period.
To designate the place in the heavens where the
present sign would be situated.
;1
The position of the altar in the temple.
To give the cyclic dates of the signs.
:hat group of stars, according to the #anic
names, gave the field !, 6, 8, and of >, 7, @, and
of all the others, and the period of time of
grouping them4
:hy is this degree called 0Khak, or Lolden
,hamber4
:hy were the four days in each moon set apart
as mass days, or sacred days4 )t what period,
according to the #anic names, was the first
mass ordained on earth4
:hat was the position of the great serpent &solar
phalanx( at that time4
To the last question the I. respondeth= )las, - )vaya
&priest(, I have not traveled so far. The )vaya saith=
Then I will prepare thee for another degree. The I.
respondeth= So be it. Eere endeth the 0Khak degree,
with music and prayer. &The accompanying Tablet
showeth the moon days, and order of prayer and
anthem, as in the ancient times=(
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Tablet o# 4h=&od=Ian%
*umeration Table.
Bars >02 48 Praise &21+
G64E&/F3 O9 TG6 9&R3T ; P4334F63 54T)G
;3
Ee.iation o# the >ine o# the 3olar 0orte".
)), ,$Hork3?m &orbit of sun(, road of travel of the
vortex. Tow$sang, or solar family of the Lreat Spirit. B
B, deviation from a straight line. &see Image JPII,
Tow$Sang( ,,,, vortices of other systems of worlds.
++++, dan, dan, dan, dan$ that is, from + to +, is
three thousand years. The open space in the curve B
B, near the center of the image, indicates the place of
3aphah N
3e=$oin2
;4?;4
6s(ra &&&258
9or I am Eis fountain, of the Tree of BonD I am Eis cycle
of the Lreat SerpentKs eKspe, and can not die or go out
of remembrance. I am as a link in a great circle, the
section of Bon in the solar vortex.
;4
the Serpent in this day &Oosmon 'ra(.
The 6arth in 4@Ci@an 9orest o# 4ghanodis
8issing /late but nebulae shown is similar%.
Showing the position of the earthKs western
hemisphere in aK;i in the seven years of the arc &in
6,5>5 B.O., Before Oosmon, which caused the
destruction of the races of -echKloKpan, the 0ound
Builders of )merica(.

It was the tail of this
nebulous aK;i that forty years later, fell upon
)ribania, causing the retrogression of the
Israelites from the light of /ehovih.
Ben 02 118 6s(ra A&21+
)hapter A&
0nd now came earth and heaven into the a'ji'an forest of
0ghanodis" and the pressure was upon all sides of the
earth's vorte$" even beyond 3hinvat.
0nd the heavenly #ingdoms were stirred up; and the
nations of the earth were in trial.
In the great city of 4aradise" heavenly seat of *od" were
the multitudes of angels" the thousands of millions made
to loo# upward" outward" to #now the 0lmighty.
/O/6 6s(ra AA&021+
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;5
3a(aya, sometimes erroneously called Buddha, lived
twothousand, sixhundred years agoD established
system and order regarding convents, nunneries, and
monasteries. painting b- Newbrough% Color version is
not an original plate.
Ka<yu, erroneously called ,onfucious, lived two
thousand, sixhundred years ago. Ee was the greatest
scholar ever recorded. Ee condensed eighteen
thousand books into twenty volumes.
painting b- Newbrough% Color version is not an
original plate.
/O/6 6s(ra AAA&21+
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Ben 0&224 ?
0&&215
6s(ra A>2
23<2:+
In the meantime, the antiwar spirit of the people had
cried out to the ,reator= - 9ather, what shall we do to
avert war, and to preserve the revelations of Thy holy
ones of old4
)nd /ehovih answered them, through Lod of #aradise,
/ehovihKs Son, saying= Build ye walls against the
barbarians. )nd your walls shall stand as a testimony of
what ye are willing to do, rather than engage in war,
even for selfpreservation.
Because ye have faith in 0e, I will be with you even
unto the end.
)nd it came to pass that the 9aithists of ,hineKya built
stone walls, the greatest buildings in all the world. )nd
;6
>o=ias(' the Position o# the 6arth that >ed to
the Building o# the )hinese Ball%
It came to pass, in those days, that the spirit of the
9ather dwelt in mortals, and they were turned away
from the shedding of blood. )nd when the earth came
into JoKiask, in etherea, Eis etherean angels
penetrated the darkness and inspired the chosen of
,hina to build a wall to protect themselves from
destruction. )nd a wall was so built, the greatest on
the whole earth. /ehovih said= Since these, 0y chosen
people, have achieved the age of peace on earth, let
them shut themselves in, away from the barbarians
without, and they shall endure as a secluded people till
the coming of Oosmon. )nd it was so.
they stand to this day.
/ehovih said= Behold the works of 0y chosen. )s long
as these walls stand, they shall be testimony of the
struggle of 0y people, to maintain themselves, by
means of peace instead of war. )nd the walls shall be
monuments to the 9aithists of this land, who have
perished by the false Lods, Brahma and Budha.
%ea, the testimony of these walls shall be stronger, in
time to come, against Brahma and Budha, than though
every stone were a sword and spear. )nd the followers
of 0y Son, OaKyu, shall loathe them with pity and hate.
The Freat Ball o# )hina%
painting b- Newbrough%
Color version is not an original plate.
/O/6 6s(ra A>223+
In the meantime, the antiwar spirit of the people had
cried out to the ,reator= - 9ather, what shall we do to
avert war, and to preserve the revelations of Thy holy
ones of old4
)nd /ehovih answered them, through Lod of #aradise,
/ehovihKs Son, saying= Build ye walls against the
barbarians. )nd your walls shall stand as a testimony of
what ye are willing to do, rather than engage in war,
even for selfpreservation.
Because ye have faith in 0e, I will be with you even
unto the end.
)nd it came to pass that the 9aithists of ,hineKya built
stone walls, the greatest buildings in all the world. )nd
they stand to this day.
/ehovih said= Behold the works of 0y chosen. )s long
as these walls stand, they shall be testimony of the
struggle of 0y people, to maintain themselves, by
means of peace instead of war. )nd the walls shall be
monuments to the 9aithists of this land, who have
;7
perished by the false Lods, Brahma and Budha.
%ea, the testimony of these walls shall be stronger, in
time to come, against Brahma and Budha, than though
every stone were a sword and spear. )nd the followers
of 0y Son, OaKyu, shall loathe them with pity and hate.
1oshu, /esus, the most controversial character of
today. In fact, he did not die on the crossD according
to /ewish custom of the day, he had to be stoned to
death. Ee reinstated 0osaic Jaw, saying= 2I did not
come to destroy the law but to fulfill it.3 The 0ost Eigh
is the law, governing the universe in word and power,
as written, 2I )0 the law.3
In using the words 2the religion of /esus,3 we simply
mean the religion of Israel. :e believe that /esus of
*a.areth was a /ew in every sense of the word. Ee
did not establish a new religion, or preach a new
doctrine in any shape or form. The preacher 2from the
mount, the prophet of the beatitudes, does not repeat
with persuasive lips what the lawgivers of his race
proclaimed in mighty tones of command.3
Color version is not an original plate.
/O/6 6s(ra A>&&21+
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4r o# Kos$on%
/ehovih said= :hen the world approacheth dan$ha in
0abea, the nations shall be quickened with new light=
for Oosmon cometh out of the midst. )nd 0y etherean
hosts shall press upon the understanding of men, and
they shall fill all the nations and kingdoms with new
discoveries and inventions and books of learning. )nd
men shall be conceited of themselves above all the
ages past, and they shall deny 0e and quarrel with 0y
name, and cast 0e out. But I will come upon them as
a 9ather, in love and mercyD and 0y hosts of heaven
shall cause babes and fools to confound the wise, by
signs and miracles. 0y hosts from heaven shall cause
chairs to speakD and inanimate things to walk and
dance. The dead shall reappear to the living, and talk
with them face to face, and eat and drink, and prove
themselves to the children of earth, and make 0y
kingdoms known. %ea, they shall encompass the
whole earth around about with signs and miracles, and
set at nought the philosophy of men and idolatries of
the ancients. 9or both, the living and the dead, shall
know that I, /ehovih, live and reign over heaven and
earth. This shall be a new era, and it shall be called
Oosmon, because it embraceth the present and all the
63 &215 8 63 &21<2 +
:hen /ehovih brought the great serpent &solar phalanx(
along the road of Horkum, in etherea, behold, the earth
passed into the light of the )rc of Oosmon, rising
upward, higher and higher in the dawn thereof.
To Eis etherean Lods and Loddesses, /ehovih said= )s
ye have founded arcs of light in my etherean heavens,
to determine the travel of 0y corporeal worlds, so shall
0y Lod of the earth inspire mortals to build light
houses for manKs ships that travel on the oceans. )nd
they that travel in the ships, and they on the land shall
know when a ship neareth the port, even as ye behold
0y traveling earth approaching the place of Oosmon.
;;
past. Then will I reveal 0yselfD and they that deny 0e
shall accept 0eD of their own accord will they put away
their Jords and their Lods and their SavioursD nor shall
they more have idols of 0e, either on earth or in
heaven, for I am sufficient unto all.
Rates%
1udg$ent
AAA&&21;8
1udg$ent
AA0228
)nd my Jords know the rates and grades of their
people, their occupations, their aspirations, their labor,
their behavior, private and public.
Frades%
LI)+'S. &That which is now.( )bortions and
premature births are included in rate 6!. )ll below 7"
years of age are considered minors &as to spirit(.
9amiliar spirits come mostly from rate 6! &infants( and
from rate G who were slain in war, and thrown into
chaos, that is, spirits who know not who they are, and
they anchor themselves on mortals, being in darkness
&spirit obsession(. )t age G" years of age some have
outgrown all earthly desires, passions and abnegate
self. Such a person stands in proportion of ! to >> in
the average spirit births in the period of the world
&beginning of Oosmon(. In the )rc of Bon the
proportion was ! to 75, and in the ages long past it
was ! to a !""" persons. )nd yet, - /ehovih, how
many of thy sons and daughters attain the full age of
G" years, but in spirit have not risen above a newborn
child. I)T'S. &That which is coming.( ! Q Isolation, the
sphere of the first resurrection= individual spirits
1udg$ent
AAA&0268
1udg$ent
AA0228
)nd my Jords know the rates and grades of their
people, their occupations, their aspirations, their labor,
their behavior, private and public.
100
manifesting. These are the es$yan order of spirits in
heaven, belonging to no society or organi.ationD
strolling, playing, wandering about. 6 Q ,hurches. The
second sphere is the beginning of the second
resurrection. Spirits of this order begin to have
association in heaven, but limited. ,hristian, Buddhan,
Braham and 0ohammedan spirits belong to this grade.
8 Q ,ommunities. The third sphere is the beginning of
the third resurrection in heaven. Spirits in this rate are
risen above being followers. In fact, this is the
beginning of the emancipation of the human soul.
Spirits of this sphere only come to organic associations
of mortals who practice doing good to one another with
all their wisdom and strength. They cast aside all Lods
and saviors, bowing to none but the ,reator, /ehovih
&they are 9aithists in heaven(. Their power is G to !.
> Q *ations. This rate deals with nations, operating
through the grades below them. Their power is !8 to !.
7 Q )ll 0ortals. The fifth rate are the combined powers
in heaven who control the inhabitants of 78 the whole
earth, through the rates below them &)tmospherean
rule(. Their power is 6! to ! over mortals on the earth,
and the spirits of the first resurrection. @ Q 'thereans.
Spirits who have passed beyond all earthly attraction
and powers and conditions. &)s may be calculated
from the forgoing rates, the power of ethereans over
mortals and spirits is 8! to !.( In olden times, this
tablet was called abracadabra, and written in triangular
form. But it is incorrect, as it omitted infants.
'P)0#J' -9 ?SI*L TEIS T)BJ'T. To calculate the
bondage in heaven of any church or organi.ation
&second resurrection(= LI)+' Q I)T' Q +'S,'*T Y
8. 9or example, to calculate ,hrist$s dominion= 8 Q G Y
!8 Y 6! equals >! times the number of mortals
professing him, say 6"",""",""", equals
5,6""",""",""" spirits in ,hrist$s kingdom in heaven at
the beginning of Oosmon, which was the time his
followers began to cast him out. The same holds true
for all religions. Eence, the bondage signifies that the
number shall rise in one resurrection, which cannot
101
occur in less than two hundred years, the first dan,
equivalent to 6"" ).O. &6">5(D but full term is six
hundred years, the second dan equivalent to @"" ).O.
&6>>5( , which would be the longest limit of religious
bondage. The periods of revolutions amongst mortals
always corresponds to the resurrections in heaven of
the order which has reference to the sub;ect matter of
the revolution. Eence, it will be observed that even the
first grade is less bound in heaven than is the second.
Fall
1udg$ent
AAA&&238
1udg$ent
AAA&&2:8
TG6 R696R6/)6 9OR TG&3 P>4T6 &3 J/)>64R
BJT P6RG4P3 TG&3 P4334F6' /64RBD BG6R6
TG6 P>4T6 B43 OR&F&/4>>D P>4)6E' 54D B6
J36E%
/udgment is rendered against all nations and peoples
on the earth for this great darkness, these early deaths.
)nd, because these angels are thus bound to mortals,
and can not go away from them until such time as
mortals die, mortals are responsible, and bound to train
them up by examples of righteousness and good works.
102
&llustrations o# )orporeal Borlds%
Not original plates.
)os$ogony
&2158
Kingdo$ A0&2
;<108
*ow, from twelve to fourteen, they were initiated into
the religious rites and ceremonies of the ancients, after
the manner as set forth in the Book of Saphah, with
explanations of signs, symbols, emblems and the
sacred implementsD with the ranks of Lods and Jords
and Saviors and archangelsD with the divisions of the
higher and lower heavensD with the first, second and
third resurrections in atmospherea, as set forth in the
Book of BenD and with the cosmogony of the corporeal
worldsD the position and travel of the solar phalanxD with
actual observations of the stars, planets and satellites,
with their times and seasons, as set forth in the Book of
,osmogony and #rophecy.
)nd they could point out the constellationsD describe the
distances and revolutions of planetsD explain the .odiac,
the polar lights, and the use of telescopes and the
spectrum. )nd, yet, not one of them had been tired or
wearied in learning all these things.
)os$ogony Kingdo$
9JTJR6 &3 R696R6/)6E &/ TG&3 BOOK 4/E
3&/)6 TG&3 P>4T6 E63)R&B63 6TG6R64/
103
Tra.els o# 3olar Phalan" (9uture ;'000 Dears)%
Travel of the great serpent during the *I*TE period of
nine thousand years after manKs creation. Showing
also the -rian fields in etherea, with their comparative
densities and symbols. Not an original plate.
&2158 AA0&2248
R6F&O/3 49T6R TG6 6/E O9 606/T3 &/ TG&3
BOOK' TG6 P>4T6 &3 PO3&T&O/6E 49T6R &T3
T6AT%
The Jn#olding Jni.erse
Not an original plate.
/O/6 1eho.ih &228
)ll was. )ll is. )ll ever shall be. The )ll spake, and
0otion was, and is, and ever shall beD and,
being positive, was called Ee and Eim. The
)ll 0otion was Eis speech.
Ee said, I )mA )nd Ee comprehended all things,
the seen and the unseen. *or is there aught in all
the universe but what is part of Eim.
104
The Tree o# >ight
Not an original plate.
/O/6 B6/ &258
Lod said= Before the arc of Bon the earth was
rank. The seed of the tree of light had been planted
many times, but the rankness destroyed it. In the
time of the arc of Bon, the earth reached maturity.
/ehovih said= I gave to the inhabitants of the earth
,apilya, 0oses and ,hine. Through them the tree
of light was made everlasting on the earth.
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