- (First Book of God 2:24-27) Han would not
heed the prophecy of God. Han established what was called The First
Han Dynasty, and it overspread the land of Jaffeth from centre to
25. And there came of the laws of Han great persecution against the
Faithists, the worshippers of Jehovih (Light).
26. Han said: Try them by the food they eat; and whoso refuseth to eat
fish or flesh shall suffer death. Neither shall any man nor woman have
favor in the courts, who holdeth sacred the life of a cow, or a horse,
or a dog, or any other animal on the face of the earth, or in the
waters, or in the air above the earth.
27. So, the Faithists, the followers of the Zarathustrian law, were
outlawed, and were tortured and put to death on every hand. And it had
come true as prophesied by Ze-wing'e.
(First Book of God 3:1-6) From Ze-wing'e, God raised up
prophets for seven generations. Ze'wing'e begat Do Tse, who begat Yin,
who begat Hi Ne, who begat Lan Se'ang, who begat Dhi Hsotch'e, who
begat Ho Lon, who begat Po, who was an iesu in birth.
2. When Po was yet very young, the voice of God came to him, saying:
Be steadfast in the doctrines of thy forefathers, eating neither fish
nor flesh; thy God will not only preserve thee alive, but thou shalt
gather together the scattered tribes of Zarathustrians, the Faithists,
and re-establish them in this great land.
3. In those days many of the Zarathustrians were celibates; and the
king saw his people being reduced by war, and he made a law against
celibacy, commanding all men to marry, and all women to bring forth
children, or be put to death.
4. When Po was grown up, God said to him: Behold, thou canst not
fulfill the law, for thou art iesu-born. But I will fetch thee a wife
like unto thee, who is also barren, but ye twain shall be blessed with
three children, and thou shalt call them Wan-le, Toghan, and Tse Loo.
5. And it came to pass that a woman of Hong Ge, with three adopted
children, escaped from the tyranny of Dhi'wan, fleeing for the
southern tribes of HiSeeGua and Yo, and Gwan Goon; and with her, Po
wed, and he named his wife Ah T'dowh Jee.
6. Po was twenty years old when he married, and he went with his wife
and three children to the country of Heng'a Di, which name signified
brother land, and he labored at scutching flax and hemp.
- (Book of Cpenta-armij 4:11) In Jaffeth I have raised up a man
named Po, an I'huan of the I'hin side, of grade ninety-five. In
Arabin'ya I have raised up a man named Abram, an I'huan of the I'hin
side, of grade ninety-five. In Vind'yu I have raised up a man named
Brahma, an I'huan of the I'hin side, of grade ninety-nine. I Guatama I
have raised up a man named Eawahtah, an I'huan of the I'hin side, of
grade ninety-five. (Book of Cpenta-armij 5:5-7) God then
saluted, and withdrew. Next came Yima, and to him Jehovih spake,
6. Being one with God, thou shalt labor even as he laboreth; and thou
shalt descend to the earth, even to My corporeal Son, Po, who hath
been prepared in My name, and with him shalt thou walk the earth four
years. And thou shalt speak in My name, establishing Me amongst
mortals, to the end that My chosen shall be delivered into My
kingdoms. For thou shalt lead them away from the mortal kings, and
teach them to know Me as their only King.
7. Take, then, thy attendants and go to thy labor, and at the end of
four years I will appoint a successor to thee, and I will deliver thee
into My etherean kingdoms.
- (First Book of God 3:13-14) God said: Go thou, visit Hi
Seiang, the philosopher, and question him.
14. Hi Seiang was governor of the south province of Heng'a Di, and
was, withal, a man of great learning.
(First Book of God 4:1-2) Hi Seiang, the governor, sent for Ah
Sin to come and investigate the nature of Po. So, when the three were
together, God wrote in the sand the word Te-in, and it was as if a
flame of fire pierced the ground.
2. Po said: From this time forth Te-in shall be the name of the tribes
who have faith in the Creator only. Because he alone hath written it.
- (First Book of God 4:8-17)
The governor said: What signifieth this? And Po, being under the
influence of the light of God, said:
9. Call me Te-in; I am the Father (rab'bah, or bah) over all the
living. I write in the sand, and speak in the mouths of my seers and
prophets. He that ye call Po is My Son, begotten for the deliverance
of My chosen out of the bondage of Han and his satellites
10. Behold, My people are imprisoned and tortured; persecuted and
abused. And ye twain have kingdoms taxed for the glory of Han in his
11. Provide ye also triangles, and espouse Me, and I will deliver your
12. Hi Seiang and Ah Sin both desired some pretext to throw off the
yoke of the Han dynasty, and now lent willing ears to the instruction
of Po and the Voice (Te-in).
13. Accordingly, the learned men of these provinces were called
together, to learn of God, through Po, the mysteries of earth and
heaven, and especially as to the great monarchy.
14. When these Councils were assembled, God cast his light upon Po,
and they all saw it. And the words Po spake were called God's Words (Vede'or).
Word by word learned they the wisdom of God, repeating them over and
over, which was called learning by the mouth, being in
contradistinction from learning by books and tablets.
15. God said: Great trials will come upon My people. The kings will
seek to destroy the doctrines of the Lord thy God (Te-in).
16. For which reason ye shall not write nor engrave My words until I
come in judgment of the world.
17. These, then, that follow, are the sacred laws given through Po, by
- (First Book of God 7:1-10) Hi Seiang
became converted to the doctrines of Po as taught by God, who was
called Te-in in those days in that country.
2. Ah Sin and Hi Seiang and Tse Gow entered into compact to throw off
the dominion of Han, and so notified him. Han therepon declared war
against them. And he pursued them cruelly, laying waste a great
3. Po and his followers were thus driven toward the south; and on
their way they gathered up the Faithists of the tribes of He-ah.
4. Now it came to pass that Han's success in war was so great that he
concentrated not his armies, but caused them to scatter in different
ways. And behold, he went so far that the barbarians fell upon his
armies and destroyed them. And Han himself perished by the blow of a
5. In the fourth year of the inspiration of Po, he returned and
possessed the countries of Feh, Heng'a Di and Se Lov, and he
reinstated Ah Sin and Hi Seiang as governors.
6. Hi Seiang called a council of thirteen kingdoms of Jaffeth, and
after seventy days' deliberation Hi Seiang was made ruler over
Jaffeth, receiving the title, King of the Sun.
7. And he established the doctrines of Po by law, changing the name of
All Light, to Te-in, signifying God. And he stopped all persecution
against the Faithists; and he prohibited idol worship.
8. And Po traveled east and west, north and south; teaching and
displaying miraculous things. And God was with him at all times and
9. Gathering together the chosen; explaining and practicing the
commaments of God (Te-in).
10. And man ceased to worship all idols and Gods and saviors;
worshipping the Creator only.