- (Book of Saphah:Tablet of Biene 1)
A'su (Panic). A man in
aboriginal state; before he used words; before he congregated. A very
young child; one that knows no word of expression. The race of man in
its first age, as applied to Corpor (the earth). A'su, the first
habitable age. A circle with a central point. According to the place
of A'su on the tablets so shall the interpreters understand. (Poit.)
(First Book of the First Lords 2:1-2) The time of the habitation of
Asu was eight thousand years; and they survived two thousand years
after the time of the birth of the I'hins, which is to say: Asu dwelt
on the earth six thousand years, and then conceived of the chosen of
God; and after that survived yet two thousand years.
2. And Asu (Adam) disappeared off the face of the earth.
- (God's Book of Eskra 4:3) And all the heavenly places of the
earth, the atmospherean heavens, which travel with the earth around
the sun, I named, hada, the intermediate world, the lower
heaven. Through which none can pass to the etherean heaven till purged
of self, and made spotless, pure and strong in spirit.
- (Book of Divinity 11:21-24) For fifty years Ahura and his hosts
tried by other means to have born into the world a great prophet and
seer, but failed. Ahura said: I know the way of the loo'is: They decoy
the I'hin men to go with the I'huan damsels. But I have sworn there is
no Jehovih; how, then, shall I go to the sacred people? And, after
all, such a prophet might prove treacherous to my kingdom. So Ahura
commanded his emissaries to weigh the matter for other fifty years,
and then to solve the problem.
22. So Ahura's emissaries inspired thousands of experiments to be
made, whereby a prophet or seer could be made amongst the mongrels.
And Jehovih suffered them to discover that by pressing down the front
brain of infants they could be made capable of su'is. And infants were
strapped on boards, and another board strapped on the forehead to
press the head flat; and every day the head-board was strapped on
anew, tighter and tighter, until the forehead, which holdeth the
corporeal judgment, was pressed flat, and the judgment of the brain
driven up into light-perceiving regions at the top of the head.
23. Ahura thus raised up prophets and seers, and they were willing
instruments in his hands. And he sent into all the divisions of the
earth tens of thousands of angels, teaching this to mortals, thus
laying down the foundation for his grand scheme of reducing heaven and
earth into his own kingdoms.
24. Jehovih spake in the Diva, saying: Even this permit ye. The druks
will heed more what one of their own people saith as a seer, than if
the same thing were said a hundred times over by an I'hin.
- (Book of Saphah: Se'moin 34) I'su (Panic). Ie Su, a young child
that has not sinned. The true cross within Eloih. I'e'su (Aham). Child
prophet (Aham). Ye'loo (Kii). My I'su shall have no flesh desires. His
love knoweth all men and women alike. Gee'soo'gan (Chine). Iesu, one
who is born sexless.
- (Book of Wars Against Jehovih 3:9-10) To have faith in One Great
Person, the Ever Present Spirit, Creator and Ruler, is well; but to
have such faith, and yet not committing one's self to an association
of brethren of like faith, proveth such lack of discipline as
requireth beginning at the fifth grade in the es'ean world.
10. The sixth section of the Divan law provided: The name for the
kingdom for them that profess faith in the Great Person, Jehovih, but
are without practice, shall be called Me-de, and its place shall be in
the first remove from the earth.
- (Book of Saphah - Se'moin 58) Dan'ha (Panic). The etherea, the
highest place in ethereal worlds. Jehovih said: The sun I made as the
head of a serpent, and his phalanx made I as the body of a serpent;
thus made I the great corporeal serpent. To him gave I a circuit to
travel in, and I numbered his time a thousand tuos and seven aka and
four bi'jus, for the sun coil. On the circuit have I placed my A'ji
and my Ji'ay in many places, but my Dan'ha have I placed only in one
thousand six hundred places. (A cycle of time is about three thousand
years, sometimes more, sometimes less.) From Kosmon, the present time,
back to Moses and Capilya, alias Capella, three thousand four hundred
years; from Moses and Capilya to Brahma and Abraham, two thousand four
hundred years; from Brahma and Abraham to Zarathustra, three thousand
one hundred years; from Zarathustra to Osiris the first, three
thousand three hundred years; from Osiris to Thor, three thousand two
hundred years; from Thor to Apollo, two thousand eight hundred years;
from Apollo to Sue, three thousand two hundred years; from Sue to Aph,
three thousand six hundred years.
Dan'ya, the orbit of the solar phalanx (Gau). Dian'ya, the course of
the cosmical phalanx (Puit). The light of Dan'ga is my timekeeper (Vede).
Dh'a'yi, the light shining; the soul-fructifier (Pali). When Dang'hi
cometh, the All-men grow in spirit; when he is past, man whetteth the
sword and spear and entereth into blood. Deny Dang'hi and die in
stubbornness of heart. (Poit.) Dan'ya foldeth Corpor in his arms, but
yet man seeth not him. (Chine.) The chosen of the Great Spirit shall
maintain their blood through many Da'n'ga'has (Aribania). He was the
sign of light standing on two legs of light. He is My symbol, saith
- (Book of Saphah: Se'moin 121) Che'vot or Chinvat (Panic). A word
signifying the boundary of Work or Vortex (See verse 45). The supposed
boundary of the lower heavens or atmospherea, and the inner boundary
of the emancipated heavens, etherea. A bridge between the
atmosphereans and ethereans. Eolin, the Great Spirit, said: On Corpor
bring I forth man into life, and I give him a corporeal body, which is
a womb for the spirit to dwell in; and when I deliver him from this
womb he becometh an inhabitant of da'fome (atmospherea), where he
abideth for a season, and I deliver him into Dan'gi (etherea), which
lieth beyond Chinvat (Poit). A supposed line between the rotating
atmosphere of a corporeal world and the ether that lieth beyond the
Vortex. Beware of spirits and Gods who profess to save the souls of
men, saying: Only through me shall ye escape the labor of atmospherea
and arise to Chinvat. I declare unto you that all such spirits and
Gods belong to the lower heavens, where they have kingdoms, and they
are the tyrants thereof (Zarathustra). No man shall reach Chinvat but
by perfecting himself either on earth or in the lower heavens
(Abraham). What company judge ye ye are suited for in heaven
(Confucius). Ye are neither wise nor strong (Kii). Being lazy they
catch at the promises of Saviors, hoping to fly from the earth direct
to Chinvat (Fus). Save ye have learned to perfect your own selves in
wisdom and goodness ye shall not rise to Chinvat (Abraham). If a child
can not reach manhood but by growth, how hope ye to reach Chinvat
suddenly (Algonquin). The evil God, Anra'mainyus, said: Put your trust
in me; I will save your souls from the labor of d'fome (atmospherea).
But he hath been subdued by his own sins; and in a thousand years he
can not reach Chinvat (Brahma).