God's Book of Eskra






28/1.1. God said: This Book shall be called Eskra, because it is the history of the heavenly cycle, Bon. It shall contain the substance of the heavenly records of three thousand years, of the first regions of the resurrection of the dead. My words are not of the earth, but of heaven. |1108|

28/1.2. The history of the earth you know already; therefore I reveal things you do not know of. Profit from these revelations understandingly, for my heavenly kingdoms will presently be your habitation.

28/1.3. As it has been revealed to you already, in regard to the successions of the God, and the periods of dan, and the division of the higher from the lower heavens, it is sufficient for you to know that whatever is given of God is of him who is Jehovih's voice, without regard to which administration, or which God. And to know also that the heaven referred to in Eskra is not of the higher heavens, etherea, but atmospherea, which heavens travel with the earth around the sun, which heavens were called the lower heavens by the ancients, and by some, the intermediate world. Through which heavens all souls must pass, being first purified and risen in wisdom, before they can inherit the emancipated worlds in etherea.

28/1.4. Nor are these, my revelations, to mortals only, but to billions of the spirits of the dead, who do not know the plan of the resurrection to higher heavens; but who wander about on the earth, not even knowing the organizations of the kingdoms in my lowest of heavens.

28/1.5. Whom I reach by coming to mortals, and to places on the earth where they abide.

28/1.6. For many of these angels believe the heavens to be like an unorganized wilderness, void of government, instruction and discipline.

28/1.7. And by virtue of their presence with mortals, though invisible to them, do inspire mortals with the same darkness. From which, mortals have concluded there are neither Lords nor Gods, who are Jehovih's high officers in these kingdoms.

28/1.8. These matters shall be set forth in brief in Eskra; the fullness of which shall be opened to mortals and angels in time near at hand; for they shall see and read the books in the libraries of these heavens, and learn to know of their own knowledge.

28/1.9. Therefore, the light of this Book of Eskra is not of one God, or one Lord, or one recording angel, who are constantly succeeding one another, but of the body of the first heavens of the earth for the greater part of this cycle, which is now at the close.








1108  Eskra is the sacred history from the time of Moses, Capilya and Chine, [1550 b.c.e.] and brings it down to four hundred years ago [1450 c.e.]. As a matter of course, it covers the history of the four great [i.e., dominant] religions, Brahminism, Buddhism, Christianity and Mohammedanism [Islam]. --Ed.

[The history of the final four hundred years of the Bon cycle are given in the Book of Es, which follows this Book of Eskra. Thus 3000 years (Eskra) plus 400 years (Es) equals 3400 years for the entire cycle of Bon.]








28/2.1. God, Son of Jehovih, said: Give ear, O earth, and be attentive to the words of Jehovih's Son:

28/2.2. And you mortals of the earth; for I have said: The time shall surely come when all things shall be revealed to the inhabitants of the earth.

28/2.3. Be patient and wise in understanding me; my words are for your resurrection forever; and for the glory of the Creator.

28/2.4. And you angels of heaven, draw near; for I will reveal to you that which is for your own good. My many kingdoms shall be opened up to your understanding also.

28/2.5. And you, my high‑raised Lords and officers of heaven, call up your hosts from far and near. Hear the words of your God. Call up the mighty ones of Yogannaqactra and the inhabitants of Theovrahkistan.

28/2.6. And Hibin, the successor to Yussamis, of the six heavens of Ugsadisspe: Tewallawalla, Setee'song, Go'e'dhi, Ellapube, Apak and Fue. And call up the successors to Hibin, and the primal Gods under him, of his six mighty heavens.

28/2.7. And Ong Woo, the successor to Anuhasaj, of the heavenly regions, the a'ji'an forest, Turpeset, with her twelve heavenly kingdoms, the places of Negathogan, Shumat, Thorokak, Enisshappaga, Habor, Amga, Magossa, Dhi Wan, Seffakostrus, Inubib, Marh and Wischowitcha, and to their primal Gods and generals and captains.

28/2.8. And to Yusalithith, successor to Osiris, of Vrigginyannah; and to Raxya, successor to Te-in of Ovella; and to Yadonya, successor to Sudga, of Tempissiv; and to Yima, successor to Egupt, of Rathyaya; and to Hidemmes, successor to Shu Wan Loo, of Wowahyotos.

28/2.9. And to their primal Gods and successors, and to their generals and captains.

28/2.10. And to Zhubon, successor to the line of Yaton'te, with her twelve subjective heavens, the Fiskadore, Wooloo, Yamyam, Katiro, Wannahogan, Rayax, Ginnewan, Shawnea, Wishogah, Pottomatta, Shiwasae and the Muskadayan.

28/2.11. And to their primal Gods and successors, and to their generals and captains.

28/2.12. And to Yessotosissi, successor to Yodma, of the heavenly regions of Ornababa, with seven mighty kingdoms: Gootha, Yembique, Waing T'soo, Ithya, Yorama, Hi'D'honyah and Wurrtembogga.

28/2.13. And to their primal Gods and their successors, and to their generals and captains.

28/2.14. And to Pidissomo, successor to Savvaqactra, of the heavenly place Joisyama, with her eighteen heavenly kingdoms: Yon, Loo Sin, Kad, Rum, Jassak, Solomon, Ressa, Nibbaakak, Hizeph, Sakkar, Sin Chong, Remthaxax, Avardissa, Kessadronakas, Hui'cammaksonad, Nu Lee Wing, Trasmas and Kissayaya.

28/2.15. And to their primal Gods and successors, and to their generals and captains.

28/2.16. And to all other Gods of the heavenly regions of atmospherea, the hada of the earth; and to their successors and generals and captains; and to the heavenly, hadan regions of Sho'e'gan, with her twenty‑eight sub‑kingdoms, and to the heavenly, hadan regions of Ghi'e'wan, with her forty‑four sub‑kingdoms, and to their exalted officers and teachers, heavenly Sons and Daughters of Jehovih.

28/2.17. And to the plateau of Narid, in the second resurrection, with her two hundred heavenly kingdoms, their Gods, generals, captains and high teachers, Sons and Daughters of Jehovih.

28/2.18. And to the plateau of Yakabba, two thousand miles high, with her six hundred heavenly kingdoms, and their Gods and high officers.

28/2.19. And to the plateau of Yannurib, two thousand one hundred miles high, with her four hundred heavenly kingdoms, and their Gods and high officers.

28/2.20. And the seven plateaus of Havagamatris, with their two thousand heavenly kingdoms, and their Gods and high officers.

28/2.21. And the six plateaus of Vraggaomen, with their fourteen hundred heavenly kingdoms, and their Gods and high officers.

28/2.22. And the fourteen plateaus of Ghemayumaistra, with their three thousand four hundred heavenly kingdoms, and their Gods and high officers.

28/2.23. And to all other plateaus in the heavens of the earth, the atmospherean regions, and to the Gods of all heavenly kingdoms in these lower heavens; the intermediate world of the angels raised up out of the earth.

28/2.24. God said: Jehovih called upon me, His Son, saying: My Son! Call aloud in My name; with My Voice stir up all these heavenly regions I have named.

28/2.25. For My Gods and high‑raised officers shall open to you their libraries of heavenly books, which shall yield up My treasures. I will make the angels of heaven know Me and My word! They shall come together from their countless heavenly kingdoms and places; for My hand and My strong arm is upon them.

28/2.26. The labors of My lower heavens shall be clothed in mortal words, and handed down to mortals. My Gods and My primal Gods and generals and captains shall uncover their proceedings before the heavens and the earth.

28/2.27. They shall come together and be as one man with one voice, and their word shall be My word.

28/2.28. For My prophets have proclaimed it abroad, that the time would come when I would reveal all things to men; and things that were dark would be made plain; and things in the light, made as heaven, rejoicing.










28/3.1. Hear My voice, O angels and mortals! The words of the heavens of the earth are My words, orderly and well disciplined. No man can imitate Me; angels cannot counterfeit Me. My words are from the Fountain that never errs.

28/3.2. Whoever sees My way cannot fail to understand; I do not quibble, nor beat about the bush. |1109| Even Lords and Gods are as nothing in My hands. I trim them up, and prune their orchards in My own way; I sift and weigh and assort, for I am Jehovih, the Almighty!

28/3.3. I am the sum of the Voice of all the lower heavens; the doings of Gods and high officers; the Person of the word of three thousand years.

28/3.4. And My record shall be the standard for mortals and angels for thousands of years to come. Other books and other words will be written and spoken, and they shall pass away and not be remembered by angels or men. But My words, the words of Eskra, will live and endure forever. || Then God spoke, saying:

28/3.5. For I am His fountain, of the Tree of Bon; I am His cycle of the Great Serpent's e'spe, |1110| and cannot die or go out of remembrance. I am as a link in a great circle, the section of Bon in the solar vortex.

28/3.6. During every cycle I come and speak, and my words are not like other words. I plant them on the low earth, and they take root, and grow into a tree that reaches up into heaven. And the angels of heaven come there and gather my words, for they are the fruit of everlasting life and of resurrection of mortals and spirits of the dead.

28/3.7. Give ear, O nations of the earth, and magnify your understanding, for the wisdom of the Almighty.

28/3.8. He does not single out one man or one God, and say: Behold, by him judge Me and My works! Nor does He give the history of all the living in one book; the pith |1111| of things is the unit sprung from all.










1109  equivocate, not come to the point, mislead, ramble, evade, stall, hedge, fudge, not give a straight answer













1110  spiritual record. --1891 glossary













1111  importance, essence, substance, core, essential part, gist, substantiality, strength, vigor, vitality, meaningfulness








28/4.1. Give ear, O man, and be wise in your judgment, of sure perception and good discernment in the revelations of my words in the cycles past and present.

28/4.2. For I summed up all the Gods of the hadan regions of the earth, and all their high officers in the plateaus and their heavenly kingdoms, and I named them, God! And in their dominions with mortals I named them, Lord! In my past revelations on the earth I made them as one, namely, God, so that I would not confuse the judgment of men!

28/4.3. And all the heavenly places of the earth, the atmospherean heavens, which travel with the earth around the sun, I named, hada, |1112| 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.

28/4.4. Of this hadan heaven, and of her Gods and their labors I made two words, God and Heaven, and Eskra is their sermon. In which you nations of the earth, and you angels of heaven, shall profit in spirit, even as by past experience, the future becomes fortified in wisdom and strength.

28/4.5. In which sermon all resurrection is of God, who is Jehovih's Son; but to distinguish from that which is of God, I named all who did not desire resurrection in heaven, but loved the earth more, satan. And whoever loved evil and practiced it, I named, satan; and whoever combined, as angels or as mortals, to make anarchy I named, evil workers for hell.

28/4.6. As God and heaven are of the resurrection, so are satan, hell and the devil of the declension.

28/4.7. All men on the earth and all the spirits of the dead belong to one or the other, resurrection or declension.

28/4.8. None can stand still; all the living are on the move forever.

28/4.9. Jehovih is Life, Motion, Individual, Person! In proof of which, He gave to you life, motion, individuality, person.

28/4.10. To develop these four entities is resurrection toward Him, more and more, which is heavenly.

28/4.11. To neglect them, or pervert them, is to go away from Him, which is declension, which can lead to entire destruction.

28/4.12. No man can be life for another; nor motion, nor individuality, nor person for another. For himself, and to himself, Jehovih has created man with these.

28/4.13. Nor can any of the Gods, however exalted, give or take away these things.

28/4.14. For even though the highest raised angels may attain to turn the earth over, or to dissolve it into air in the firmament, or create a new earth, yet none of these can create life, or motion, or an individual, or person.

28/4.15. These are from Jehovih and in Him; and all angels, Gods, Lords, generals, captains and chiefs in heaven, are only the brothers and sisters of both mortals and the spirits of the dead.

28/4.16. And yet, O man of the earth, and you, angel of the heavens of the earth, do not be puffed up or make light of |1113| the Gods, or Lords, or Saviors, or Chiefs of the heavens, for compared to them you are only like a drop of water is, compared to the ocean.

28/4.17. As a man among you employs a thousand men to do his bidding, so do I, your God, have billions of angels to speak in my name.

28/4.18. Do not put off my words, saying: It is only your conscience speaking. My angels speak to you in spirit, with my very voice and words, which are Jehovih's also.

28/4.19. According to the capacities and talents of those mortals who practice my commandments, so do I appropriate them to assist in the resurrections.

28/4.20. And in the same way, I allot my ashars to abide with you: to the musician, angel musicians; to the philosopher, angel philosophers; to the historian, angel historians; to the cosmographer, angel cosmographers; to the revelator, angel revelators; even so to all men who seek to serve Jehovih by doing good.

28/4.21. And these, my ashars, which I place over you, are not individual angels, merely acting and speaking their own notions, but are organized companies of billions, who labor through a chief angel, called Lord; and all of them are in concord with me and my kingdoms, directed by my Holy Council, of millions of angels high in wisdom, which is directed by me, your God, even as I am one with other Gods, who are one with Jehovih.

28/4.22. What my angels do in truth and wisdom, for righteousness' sake, these I ratify in heaven; what I do in heaven, my angels do and reveal to you in my name.
















1112  Thus in a general sense Hada refers to all of atmospherea. But as can be seen elsewhere in Oahspe, the Oahspe authors sometimes used the word Hada to refer specifically to the atmospherean plateaus resting on or near the earth; or to heavens of darkness.













































1113  i.e., be neither arrogant, vain, conceited, or dismissive toward;  nor mock, make fun of, deride, or ridicule








28/5.1. The Lord said: This is the labor of God after the dawn of the arc of Bon:

28/5.2. God crowned four thousand four hundred Lords, and titled them Lords Of The Heavenly Hosts.

28/5.3. And God allotted one hundred messengers and fifty heralds to every one of them, and gave them authority to provide their own attendants in their own way.

28/5.4. God said: So that I may hear the voices of my Lords, when you are within your own kingdoms, you shall appoint representatives to my throne. And there shall be of such representative Lords, one for every four hundred Lords of the Hosts.

28/5.5. And the representative Lords shall be speakers for the kingdoms that appoint them, and shall have power on important occasions to summon to my throne all of their constituent Lords.

28/5.6. And the representative Lords shall be known in heaven and entered in its libraries as the Holy Eleven, for they are symbolical of the seasons on the earth. ||

28/5.7. Now therefore, the Lords of the Hosts elected the Holy Eleven, and God anointed them, and their names were entered in the libraries of the heavens. These then are the Holy Eleven:

28/5.8. Likar, Lakash, Yopes Leo, Vadhuan, Ah Cho, Zahawee, Eezen, Khan, Zedna, Yutemis and Ardolfus. And God gave authority to the Holy Eleven to speak before the throne, in the same manner as the Councils of the higher heavens.

28/5.9. God said to the Lords of the Hosts: Your work is a good work. || So the Lords of the Hosts departed to their various kingdoms; but the Holy Eleven were duly installed and took their places in front of the throne of God.










28/6.1. And God appointed two thousand supervisors to each of the Holy Eleven; and eight thousand eight hundred surveyors; and four thousand four hundred captains of roads, and said to them: Go and build roadways between all the heavenly kingdoms in atmospherea. And I give you two billion laborers, to be divided between you, according to the distances and locations of the roads.

28/6.2. And God gave Toyvraghah authority to examine the records and make the apportionment of officers and laborers on the roads, and he accomplished these things.

28/6.3. God said: My heavens shall be divided into eleven parts, one to each of the Holy Eleven.

28/6.4. The eleven divisions were accomplished, and named: Sinyativi, Horak, Damaya, Ad'dam, Hosea, Harivya, Sinisyo, Amset, Godessa, Itero and Aroqu.

28/6.5. Damaya, Ad'dam and Hosea comprised all the lowest hadan regions, bordering on the earth; and these three divisions extended around the earth, and were twelve miles high.

28/6.6. Sinyativi, Sinisyo, Horak and Amset comprised the next grade of heavenly kingdoms outward from the earth, and were one thousand miles high, more or less.

28/6.7. Godessa and Itero were the next grade of heavenly kingdoms outward from the earth, and were two thousand miles high.

28/6.8. Harivya was next, and was outward from the earth two thousand five hundred miles. And next after this was Aroqu, which was three thousand miles above the earth. Aroqu was therefore the highest of the atmospherean heavens in those days.

28/6.9. These five heavenly spheres, therefore, comprised the whole of the inhabited heavens of the earth. And yet there were thousands of plateaus still farther away from the earth, and within her vortex, but uninhabited.

28/6.10. As for Aroqu and Harivya, they were inhabited mostly by angels of the highest atmospherean grades.

28/6.11. God said: From this time forward, all heavenly marriages of Brides and Bridegrooms to Jehovih shall take place in Harivya and Aroqu, instead of, as before, in the thousands of heavenly kingdoms.

28/6.12. And all es'yans, from this time forward, shall be maintained within the first sphere of hada, within the regions of Damaya, Ad'dam and Hosea. And as they rise in wisdom and strength, they shall advance in place as well as grade, going in the direction of Harivya and Aroqu, from which all resurrections for the etherean worlds shall take place.

28/6.13. And God caused the boundaries of Ad'dam and Hosea to embrace the eastern continents of the earth; but Damaya embraced the western.

28/6.14. To the Lords of the Hosts, God had said: The great love that mortals have for their kindred who are dead, is like a cord forever pulling their souls back to earth.

28/6.15. Nor do mortals understand my heavens, and that the soul of man should rise upward.

28/6.16. They cry out to me continually: O God, send the spirit of my kin back to me!

28/6.17. And they do not understand that their prayers are in opposition to the resurrection of spirits of the dead.

28/6.18. And likewise the es'yan cries out to me: O God, take me back to my mortal kin! || For he also does not comprehend the resurrection; but in the gratification of his love would linger forever on the earth.

28/6.19. Therefore, do not permit mortals to commune with the spirits of the dead.

28/6.20. And the Lords carried out the commandment of God.










28/7.1. In the three hundred and ninetieth year of the cycle of Bon the roadways of the earth's heavens were completed, and this was the standing of earth's heavens at that time:

28/7.2. Thirty‑six billion Brides and Bridegrooms had ascended to etherea, nearly half of whom were from the kingdoms of Anuhasaj and his sub‑Gods.

28/7.3. And forty‑eight billion spirits now inhabited the five spheres.

28/7.4. In the first sphere, or hada, in which there were two thousand four hundred heavenly kingdoms, the grades were from one to seven.

28/7.5. In the second sphere, which ranked first resurrection in those days, the grades were from seven to fifteen. In these regions there were ten thousand heavenly kingdoms.

28/7.6. In the third sphere the grades were from fifteen to thirty. In these regions there were four thousand heavenly kingdoms, as well as five thousand kingdoms of Anuhasaj.

28/7.7. In the fourth sphere, the grades were from thirty to sixty, and there were one thousand five hundred heavenly kingdoms in these regions.

28/7.8. In the fifth sphere, the grades were from sixty to ninety‑nine, and here were one thousand heavenly kingdoms.

28/7.9. And yet, not included in these, because they were of a different kind, were the kingdoms of Yaton'te, the subjective heaven, a visiting place, and with only a small fixed population, but whose visitors and students and teachers numbered three billion angels, graded from one to ninety‑nine. But many of these belonged in other heavenly kingdoms.

28/7.10. Such then were the inhabitants of the bound heavens. |1114| And they numbered, all told, forty‑eight times more people than the mortal inhabitants of the earth. But in those days not many women on the earth committed abortions; neither died so many very young children; so that the fetals |1115| sent back to inhabit mortals numbered, all told, only two hundred and thirty million. While of vampire spirits, of both classes, (that is, those who inhabit gormandizers, |1116| gluttons, |1117| drunkards, and harlots, absorbing their spiritual sustenance, and thus making them the breeders of infidels; and those who live on the atmospherean part of mortal food, thus causing their mortal victims to emaciate and to become insane), there were, all told, not more than forty‑six million.

28/7.11. Besides these, there were thirty‑one million lusters, who feed on the secret vices of mortals; who were being forever pursued from place to place by ashars, and often captured and carried away to heavenly kingdoms; but would often escape and flee back to mortals. Yet, with all these fetals and vampires and lusters included, never before had the earth remained so long in so pure a state. ||

28/7.12. When the roadways were completed, God proclaimed seven days of recreation in all the kingdoms of heaven, so that the inhabitants could sing, dance and render praise to Jehovih for the great works that had been accomplished.

28/7.13. And on the last of the seven days, Toyvraghah assigned the roads over to God, naming them, Roads of Paradise. And God crowned Toyvraghah, Primal God of the Roads of Paradise, of one million two hundred thousand miles.

28/7.14. God had said: I do these things in the same way as the government of the etherean heavens.

28/7.15. And as the kingdoms and spheres of my heavens are situated with their roadways and heavenly canals, within and without, forming one great kingdom with many parts, it shall be modeled on the kingdoms in etherea, which are thousands of times larger. And it was so.





































1114  "Bound heavens" is another name for atmospherean heavens that travel along with a corporeal world (because they are bound to it).


1115  These were the lawful fetals, i.e., suckling babes who died, as well as those who died from miscarriage, abortion and stillbirth.


1116  overly attached to food and drink, gourmets, those who live to eat

1117  overeaters, eats like a beast








28/8.1. Jehovih has said: I gave man legs and feet to walk; arms and hands to work; eyes to see, and ears to hear; as well as the capacity to reflect, comprehend and understand.

28/8.2. I gave none of these capacities to man to lie dormant or to be useless. Nor can any man advance to My highest kingdoms if crippled, or weak, or uncultivated, in all or in part of these talents I have given him.

28/8.3. But he shall be perfected in all particulars before he is capacitated for companionship with My exalted ones. |1118| ||

28/8.4. The Lord said: It matters little what kind of workmanship a man does; for one may till the soil, and thus train his hands and arms to full development; and another may weave, or spin, or forge iron, and also attain full development. It is not the kind of labor, but the development that comes from useful practice, which makes every talent stand upright in heaven as a glory to the Creator.

28/8.5. For there are servants on earth, who neither read nor write, that are better developed in their talents and members than many of the rich, and kings, and philosophers.

28/8.6. And when they die and enter my heavenly places, the ranks and caste in my kingdoms seem to them to be upside‑down. The rich man, king, pleader (lawyer), priest, or philosopher, may be like a helpless child, while he who was a pauper on earth may be like a very God over them to lift them up.

28/8.7. Neither is the preference to the rich, nor the poor, nor to the philosopher, nor the fool; for any of these may be stunted in some talent or part, while also any of these may be a most perfect man in spirit.

28/8.8. So, through his high‑raised officers, God established heavenly schools, colleges and factories, adapted to the spirits of the dead, even as similar places are established on the earth for mortals.














1118  Note regarding mortals who have deformed, injured, defective, underdeveloped or missing body parts, that after such mortals die and enter heaven, their deficiencies or deformities have opportunity to regenerate and grow healthy in their spiritual body, till they become fully operational and perfectly developed. Same with spiritual deficiencies and spiritual diseases; a person ultimately overcomes these and rises in wisdom toward mature ripeness.








28/9.1. The Lord said: Aside from the orderly kingdoms of God, there were seven false kingdoms in hada, ruled over by false Gods and false Goddesses. Chief of these were Baal, with four billion angel slaves; the false Yima, with four billion angel slaves; Ashtaroth, false Goddess, with three billion angel slaves; Hi'lizar, with three billion angel slaves; Sodonius, false Goddess, with two million angel slaves, and then came Fue‑Sin, and Hrivatza. Besides these there were six hundred false Lords and Lordesses, who had occupied the mortal temples of worship, and the oracle temples.

28/9.2. But the latter were driven away from mortals by command of God, so that they might be induced to seek resurrection.

28/9.3. And God foresaw that the travel of the earth would cause her to pass through an a'ji'an forest for four hundred years, and that darkness would be upon the lower heavens.

28/9.4. And God sent angel inspectors, numerators, recorders, and others, down to the earth to prepare the record of mortals for the libraries of heaven. And of these angels there were four hundred thousand inspectors; twelve thousand numerators; ninety thousand graders; forty thousand recorders and scribes; and six hundred thousand bearers. Besides these were messengers, heralds and musicians, of whom there were sixty thousand.

28/9.5. Such was the army sent down to the earth according to God's command. And they were under the charge of Toyvraghah, Yulis, Hagonte and Rufus.

28/9.6. And God called up the great mathematicians, Yahimus, Menres, Fargawitha, Howitchkal, Jemima, Jordan, Molakka, Kossitus, Makkas and Agebon; and God said to them:

28/9.7. The time of the fall of a'ji on the earth is at hand. Compute the regions of the earth where it will fall most; and having determined, go to those mortal prophets who are in su'is, and cause them to prophesy to the inhabitants of the earth.

28/9.8. The mathematicians saluted and departed for the earth, as commanded by God.

28/9.9. Now when God foresaw that darkness was near at hand, for a period of four hundred years, he commanded his Holy Council and his heavenly kingdoms to pray to Jehovih for the space of one day, for wisdom and strength.

28/9.10. In answer to their prayers, a swift messenger from Lika, Orian Chief, Son of Jehovih, came from Takuspe, in the etherean worlds, in an etherean arrow‑ship, with thirty thousand. His name was Yotaportas, God of Eriasa, in the plains of Woo'Sin. And when he had come before the throne of God, duly saluting, he said:

28/9.11. In Jehovih's name I come, greeting by His Son, Lika. God said: In Jehovih's name I am blessed by your presence, God of Eriasa, Nirvanian Host. What is your message?

28/9.12. Yotaportas said: By command of Jehovih, through His exalted Son, you shall withdraw your emissaries from the kingdoms of Baal and Ashtaroth, and from all kingdoms on the earth, whose mortals pay obedience to false Gods. A'ji of four hundred years will reign upon the earth and her heavens. It is so determined and provided by the Holy Etherean Dispensers of roads in Vragapathon. Of which matters I am sent to you so that you may be duly provided for this.

28/9.13. The time is also now at hand when the I'hins, the sacred people, the mound-builders, will cease to dwell on the earth. The darkness, which is necessary to the earth, will be too much for them. The heavens that have previously received their spirits shall be dissolved, and these plateaus removed to the outer rim of the earth's vortex. |1119|












































































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28/9.14. || The Lords' reports showed there were at this time on the earth two million three hundred thousand I'hins. Of these, seven hundred thousand inhabited Egupt and western Arabin'ya; two hundred thousand inhabited Chine'ya, the Jaffeth of the ancients; and the balance, for the most part, inhabited North Guatama and toward Hon'ya‑pan [Central America --Ed.].

28/9.15. Such, then, were all that remained of a people that once covered over the whole earth and numbered more than a billion. ||

28/9.16. God declared a day of recreation in honor of Yotaportas; and the angels of heaven had great rejoicing.

28/9.17. And on the day following, Yotaportas, with his hosts, departed for Eriasa, in etherea.




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i079 A'ji'an Forest of Aghanodis (Missing Plate). Showing the position of the earth's western hemisphere in a'ji in the seven years of the arc (in 2,848 before kosmon, which caused the destruction of the races of Oech'lo'pan, the Mound Builders of America). It was the tail of this nebulous a'ji that forty years later, fell upon Aribania, causing the retrogression of the Israelites from the light of Jehovih.


CHAPTER 10 Eskra





28/10.1. Toyvraghah, Hagonte, Yulis and Rufus, with their hosts, returned from their voyage to the earth, and brought records of the standing of mortals in all the tribes and nations of the earth, including their numbers, grades, generations, of the Faithists in all the different regions of the earth, of the idolaters, and of all matters pertaining to mortals. These records were filed in the libraries of heaven, and a copy of them sent to the etherean regions in the roadway of the earth and her heavens.

28/10.2. Of Faithists, there were thirty‑one million three hundred thousand: in Chine'ya, thirteen million seven hundred thousand; in Vind'yu three million three hundred thousand; in western Arabin'ya (Kanna'yan), six million two hundred thousand; and in North Guatama, eight million one hundred thousand.

28/10.3. And of all the rest of the inhabitants of the earth, there were one billion one hundred million. Of these, upward of ninety‑seven percent were capable of everlasting life.

28/10.4. Regarding the Faithists of Chine'ya, suffice it to say this: Though they maintained the rites and ceremonies of the ancients, they did not live wholly as a separate people, except in a few places. But they were the head and fount |1120| of learning and of teaching all the applied arts and industries. But the idolaters of Joss, Te‑in and Po were less learned. |1121|

28/10.5. God said of Chine'ya: This is a good work. Whoever shapes the education of a people will ultimately found them in their own doctrines. The Faithists will make these people a great people.

28/10.6. Nevertheless great wars are near at hand here. The idolaters, being warriors, will suffer most; and the Faithists, who practice peace, will greatly gain upon them. And it was so, as will be presently shown.

28/10.7. Regarding the Faithists of Vind'yu, suffice it to say that they lived in families and small colonies; they practiced the rites and ceremonies; nor were there any laws against them, as in past times. But because of the many languages in this country, all peoples were afflicted. God said: No people can advance much while they have many languages. ||

28/10.8. Regarding the Faithists of Western Arabin'ya, who, for the most part, called themselves Israelites, suffice it to say that the two branches still remained; those who lived under the oral law, and those who lived under the written law. The latter were called Leviticans, that is, hangers on, and of imperfect flesh and spirit.

28/10.9. The Leviticans were not scrupulous regarding war and the preservation of their seed. And in consequence of their sins they brought great shame upon the Faithists in general. And the Leviticans' examples were evil, and they gained in numbers faster than the Oralites. The Leviticans worshipped the Great Spirit under the names, Lord and God.

28/10.10. As for the Oralites, so called, because their doctrines and teachings were secret and only spoken, being taught orally, man to man and woman to woman; they were non‑resistants, and they owned nothing, giving all things to the rab'bah for the public good. Their practice was love and harmony; doing righteously in all things, and trusting in Jehovih, Whom they worshipped under the name E‑O‑Ih. All the prophets and seers were born of the Oralites.

28/10.11. And so great was the spiritual power of the Oralites that during all these hundreds of years, the six million Faithists had lived without king or governor; but existed as a multitude of communities.

28/10.12. Regarding the Faithists of Guatama, they were little learned, but were peaceful and industrious. And, except for the I'hins, they comprised all the inhabitants in all the land. And they also lived without kings or governors. And every town was ruled over by a rab'bah, and a combination of towns by a chief rab'bah. And the tribes were made into states, with chief rab'bahs as representatives, and these states were united into a great government called, The Agoquim (Algonquin). And all the governments were made and maintained for the benefit of tribes that might suffer by famines or fevers. And yet there was not one tyrant or dictator among all these millions of people.



























1120  font, fountain, source, initiator, dispenser


1121  Recall that these names were taken by false Gods, who then caused them to become worshipful; see, e.g., 27/29.11; 27/24.3.



CHAPTER 11 Eskra





28/11.1. And now earth and heaven came into the a'ji'an forest of Aghanodis, and the pressure was upon all sides of the earth's vortex, even beyond Chinvat.

28/11.2. And the heavenly kingdoms were stirred up; and the nations of the earth were in trial.

28/11.3. In the great city of Paradise, heavenly seat of God, the multitudes of angels, the billions, were made to look upward, outward, to know the Almighty.

28/11.4. As a'ji drives the weak angels of heaven to seek a lower field, so does it on earth drive polluted nations to war and to avarice and to death.

28/11.5. When only the second shower of a dozen years had fallen, mortals in many nations of the earth rushed into war. And even the Faithists began to clamor for kings and standing armies, with great captains and generals, to lead them on to mortal dominion.

28/11.6. The Israelites made a mortal king, and by their behavior, said: Rather man than Jehovih. Behold, we will have the Lord with us to fight our battles!

28/11.7. And Baal, God of the idolaters, heard and saw, and gloried in the course of events; and he hastened to the scene with millions of his angel slaves to inspire the Israelites to glory in the Lord and God, whom he assumed to be.

28/11.8. And millions of the Israelites fell beneath his power and became his spiritual slaves. The others, still steadfast in the secret oral rites, remained true to the secret name and Person, Jehovih (E‑O‑Ih).

28/11.9. When Ashtaroth saw Baal's success, then for the first time ever, after two thousand years' friendship to Baal, she became jealous and filled with vengeful wrath.

28/11.10. She said: I see now how this traitorous God has planned to beat me in the regions west of Heleste and Uropa. By the flesh of my thighs I swear, this thing shall not be! I will send a hundred million warring angels down to Babylon, Tyre, Yedmon, and Luce, to inspire their mortal kings to make war on the westward cities, the strongholds of Baal. And as to impoverished Egupt, I will send sufficient mortal armies to destroy everything in that land.

28/11.11. Yes, I will also send my legions among the Israelites, and inspire them that I, Ashtaroth, am the only true Lord and true God. I will divide them up like a broken bundle of straw, and cast them to the four winds of heaven. ||

28/11.12. On the other hand, Baal said: Because of my success, I know Ashtaroth will be jealous and full of anger; therefore, I will place a standing army between her heavens and mine; and if she dares to molest me, I will send my millions against her heavens and despoil her utterly, so that she shall be cast in hell!





CHAPTER 12 Eskra





28/12.1. God, Son of Jehovih, through his Holy Council, in Paradise, his heavenly seat, now decreed:

28/12.2. To the Faithists of Arabin'ya, Ebeneezer, captain, with five million angels as a protecting host. To the Faithists of Chine'ya, Luiwitha, captain, with ten million angels as a protecting host. To the Faithists of Vind'yu, Li Chong, captain, with eight million angels as a protecting host. To the Faithists of Guatama, Manito, captain, with ten million angels as a protecting host.

28/12.3. And to each of the captains I give authority to draw additional armies from the Lords who hold dominions in the regions where they may be.

28/12.4. But it so happened that the lowest heavenly plateaus were also engaged in wars.

28/12.5. And in less than a hundred years of a'ji many of the Lords were without kingdoms, and, with a few chosen friends, had become involuntary wandering spirits, scattered about in all the heavens of the earth, or upon the earth.

28/12.6. God saw this, and he called out to them, through his messengers, saying: Having lost your kingdoms, why will you lose yourselves? Is it not better that you fall to work in the remaining kingdoms, and by your steadfastness, help to maintain faith in Jehovih in the hearts of the less learned?

28/12.7. But satan (self) gained access to their souls, saying to each one of them: You, who have been Lord of the hosts of heaven! You, take a place like a common laborer! You would be laughed at! The non‑resistant policy is good enough in times and places of peace. But now is war. And war can only be overcome by war. If great De'yus was overcome and cast into hell, why not our God also? || So they did not heed God.





CHAPTER 13 Eskra





28/13.1. And Lords and high officers, whose heavenly places had fallen, came to Paradise in different companies of tens, twenties and even hundreds, from various heavenly regions around and about the earth, and having secured audience before God and his Holy Council, they said:

28/13.2. Since we have been faithful in all things, and dutiful servants to Jehovih, what have we gained? Our kingdoms and high places have fallen to pieces through no fault of our own. Indeed, our angels have gone off into anarchy. Where, then, is the justice of Jehovih?

28/13.3. God said to them: Of what profit under the sun is discussion?

28/13.4. If you fail in one way, try another; and in no case seek to justify yourselves before Jehovih. He is Judge!

28/13.5. There are already hells that have been standing for years. Is it not wiser that you join together, and go and deliver them? Behold, Jehovih has furnished us roadways beforehand; and His Voice came to us prophesying that this very darkness would come upon us. And you were advised, and had sufficient time to provide for the worst.

28/13.6. Go forth, then, not complaining, but rejoicing, and in Jehovih's name doing with all your wisdom and strength, regardless of favor. ||

28/13.7. Thus they came before God, group after group, for years; but were forever rebuked in the spirit of Jehovih, and they went away, but not to work righteously, but to sympathize with one another, and to complain against God and against the Holy Council of Paradise.

28/13.8. In groups they assembled in places of their own, and began to philosophize on the ways of heaven and earth. And every one was sworn within himself to do no evil thing, but to find some more respectable way of serving Jehovih, than by going among the ignorant and depraved.

28/13.9. And they became accustomed to meeting regularly in three places in hada: in Haractu, over Vind'yu, in Eta‑shong, over Chine'ya, and in Hapsendi, over Egupt. And these became like great heavenly cities, because of the congregating of the angels of heaven, which continued for many years.

28/13.10. Now, finally, they resolved to organize each one of these three places, each to be under a distinct head, and to unite the three heads into one confederacy, with the whole to be dedicated to the service of Jehovih. Thus was founded the Confederacy of the Holy Ghost. And by acclamation, three angels were raised to the three capitals, namely: Kabalactes, of Haractu; Ennochissa, of Eta‑shong; and Looeamong, of Hapsendi. And each and every one of the three took the title, Son of the Holy Ghost. All three had been Lords, and were high in grade.

28/13.11. Ennochissa selected seven angels, and gave them the rank of Lord, namely: Haptu, Vazista, Mira, Erasigi, Adamon, Amesh and Cacpa.

28/13.12. Kabalactes selected seven angels, and gave them the rank of Lord, namely: Li Wan, Amatar, Wenates, Howickam, Shong Tsee, Massaqactus and Enniscabab.

28/13.13. Looeamong selected seven angels, and gave them the rank of Lord, namely: Petubusetta, Rodi, Monulithens, Miriam, Zitullia, Zestes and Abarothmes.

28/13.14. Such, then, was the established confederacy, which was to play so great a part in the history of heaven and earth. And it differed from all other confederacies, because its members all professed to serve Jehovih. And it required of all its people an oath of allegiance to Jehovih, but under the name, Holy Ghost, for they denied His Person as such. |1122|

28/13.15. And God admonished them, saying: Though you are wise in your own conceit, yet you shall fail. For, having denied His Person, then you yourselves will become the Person in the understanding of the multitude. And in this you will, sooner or later, come to grief.

28/13.16. But, nevertheless, the confederacy did not heed the words of God. And God was grieved at heart, for Jehovih's sake.












































































1122  In other words, they recognized that the holiness of spirit (feeling) that seemed to come from no-where, was of the unseen, but they did not acknowledge that this holiness came from a Person of the Whole.



CHAPTER 14 Eskra

God provides for the birth of Ka'yu |1123|





28/14.1. God said: Behold, three conditions are now within the heavens of the earth: Anarchy by the false Gods and their slaves; the confederacy of the Holy Ghost; and the Faithists in Jehovih and His resurrections.

28/14.2. Now, therefore, let my chief loo'is come before me, and hear the decree of God.

28/14.3. The Lord said: When the chief loo'is had come before the throne, God said to him:

28/14.4. Know then, O Thoanactus, you shall go down to the earth, to the land of Chine'ya, and by inspiration bring forth a birth, capable of the All Voice, but not capable of su'is. And you shall accomplish this service so that he shall be born into the mortal world at the time a'ji ceases to fall upon that land.

28/14.5. And you shall provide him with great learning and great adversity, and great experience as well---for he shall establish the fundamental doctrines of the nations of Chine'ya. And his followers shall become the most numerous and peaceful inhabitants on the face of the earth.

28/14.6. And as you prepare for his birth by your mastery over the generations of mortals, so shall you, through these, your hosts, raise up those who shall become disciples. For, however great a man you might raise up, it is wisdom to also have born into the mortal world, at the same era, such hosts of philosophers as shall follow him, and endorse his doctrines.

28/14.7. For by this means the establishment of Jehovih and His light among mortals shall extend the whole length and breadth of that land. What do you say?

28/14.8. Thoanactus said: Jehovih's will and yours be done. This is a most welcome labor, O God. And I know, the voices of my hosts are with me.

28/14.9. God said: In Jehovih's name, I crown you, Chief of the Hosts of Loo'is, for the land of Chine'ya, for the birth of an heir for the All Voice of the Great Spirit.

28/14.10. Thoanactus was then crowned, and his hosts were provided with badges by God, as they were filed before the throne, and the hosts saluted, and departed with due ceremony.

28/14.11. Such, then, was God's labor to have born into the mortal world, after many generations, one who has become known to the uttermost regions of the earth as Ka'yu. Of him, more presently (Chapters 31-37).



1123  K'yu, or K'yew, or Ka'ew, is usually called, in English, Confucius. --Ed.



CHAPTER 15 Eskra

God provides for the birth of Sakaya |1124|





28/15.1. Again God called before his throne a million loo'is, and appointed Etchessa chief over them, saying:

28/15.2. You, O Etchessa, shall go down to the earth, to the land of Vind'yu, taking these hosts with you. And you shall establish a heavenly place of worship, which shall be your headquarters. For an heir to my voice shall be raised up to re-establish the Faithists.

28/15.3. Behold, I have given you many generations in which to bring about the desired result. Survey, then, the generations of Faithists in that land, and take your choice as to place, caste, and family.

28/15.4. He, whom you shall bring forth for this purpose, shall be of some royal family, a prince of high estate.

28/15.5. I shall prove through him, that for love of righteousness, and to serve Jehovih, he will forsake his kingdom, family, friends, and all earthly things and desires, and make himself like a poor man, dwelling with the poor, laboring with them, teaching them, and instructing them.

28/15.6. For, because of the idolatries that will be among these people, they will be bound in caste; but he, whom I will teach through, shall prove to the world that the service of Jehovih requires of all men, that Jehovih shall stand uppermost, even above kin and caste. By the example of such willing sacrifice, man shall be taught that all the evils of the earth can be overcome.

28/15.7. And you shall provide this man with many disciples, |1125| and roadways for him to travel, and places to preach; and provide followers, to go about with him. For without these, his preaching and practice would be of little benefit. See to it, then, that your hosts control the generations of men, in order to have born in the world a sufficient number to be disciples and followers of his doctrines, so that he may be a power in the world for re-establishing the Faithists in the Great Spirit.

28/15.8. And you shall provide for these births to be in the same period of time. What do you say, Etchessa?

28/15.9. Etchessa said: In Jehovih's name I am your servant, with rejoicing. And I answer you also for these my hosts, that this is a joy to them, for Jehovih's glory.

28/15.10. God said: To which end I crown you, Chief of Loo'is, for the land of Vind'yu! And God crowned Etchessa; and he gave badges to the other loo'is.

28/15.11. And then Etchessa and his hosts filed past the throne of God, duly saluting, and they also departed, going to the earth to the land of Vind'yu. Thus the loo'is were empowered by God to bring into the world the heir, Sakaya. More of him presently (Chapters 24-30).



1124  Sakaya is often called, Gotama Buddha [Gautama Siddhartha Buddha], but incorrectly, as will be seen further on. --Ed.





























1125  pupils and adherents who generally become advocates and spreaders of a teaching



CHAPTER 16 Eskra

Moses in heaven pays the judgment of Jehovih!





28/16.1. Hamonastas, one of the chief marshals of God, and for the heavenly city of Paradise, came before the throne, duly saluting, and saying:

28/16.2. O God, Son of Jehovih, I would speak before you! God said: Speak, my son.

28/16.3. Hamonastas said: There stands outside the city of Paradise, beyond the pillars of fire, and in company with your high‑raised captains, one Nu‑ghan, delivered from one of the hells of Hassa, over Egupt, and he cries out continually: O God, Son of Jehovih! Deliver me! Deliver me! O Moses! Moses! Moses!

28/16.4. He is distracted, continually using the same words over and over, without ceasing. Now behold, the nurses and physicians have tried all the remedies they can invent, but failed utterly to break the spell upon him.

28/16.5. For seventy days they have labored, and, as a last resort, they have brought him here, in order to learn from you.

28/16.6. God said: Nu‑ghan! Is this not one of the Pharaohs, who took up arms against the Faithists of Egupt? Return, Hamonastas, to the keepers of this man, and have him blindfolded so that he may endure the light of the throne, then you and his keepers shall bring him before me.

28/16.7. Hamonastas saluted and departed, and after a certain time, returned with the keepers and Nu‑ghan, who was crying out unceasingly, even as had been said.

28/16.8. And now, when he was quite before the throne of God, God said to him: Behold me, I am God, Son of Jehovih; what may I do for you?

28/16.9. But the man did not hear what God said, but kept crying out as before. So God said to the keepers: Remove the blinds a little, so that the light may come upon him.

28/16.10. And they removed the blinds a little; but, lo and behold, the light made him more distracted than before. And when God saw his deplorable suffering, he inquired of his keepers as to how long the man had been in hell, and they said: Seventy-six years, and in a knot, three years!

28/16.11. God said: I know that this is Pharaoh, who persecuted the Jews. Take him again outside the walls, and retain him there. I will send one of my swift messengers to Lika, in etherea, who knows the abiding place of Moses. Perhaps Moses put a curse upon him! If so, only Moses can deliver him.

28/16.12. And the keepers took the spirit, Nu‑ghan, outside the city, as commanded by God. And God sent the swift messenger, Haeroponitis, sister of Raban, in an arrow‑ship of fire to the etherean worlds, to Gussawanitcha, Lika's sojourning place at that time, commanding her to lay the matter before the Nirvanian chief, Lika.

28/16.13. || Now the report continues in the words of Haeroponitis, that is, these are her words, namely: In not many days' time I came before Jehovih's throne, upon which sat Lika, through whose etherean provinces the solar phalanx was now traveling, and I told him the story of Nu‑ghan.

28/16.14. After which Lika, Son of Jehovih, said: Let my reporters of destinations go find Moses; and if it is true that Moses put a judgment on Nu‑ghan, then Moses must return to the lower heavens, and deliver him. The justice of Jehovih reaches to all time and place.

28/16.15. Haeroponitis continued: So I saluted before the throne of Jehovih, and in company with the reporters of destinations, started forth again in the etherean realms, and after passing through seven worlds, and more than three hundred Nirvanian kingdoms, we entered the plains of Sapeas, where the colleges and schools of Embassies, belonging to the Ghiturpsan board of Ritivius, are situated. And here we found Moses!

28/16.16. Who, having been told that he was inquired after, no sooner looked upon us than he prophesied the cause.

28/16.17. Moses said: Alas me! Because you have come for me, you have awakened in me that which slept all these hundreds of years. Yes, it is true, I put a curse upon Pharaoh; for I said to him: You shall yet call upon me to deliver you out of torments. And I added to it, afterward, saying of the blood of the sacrifice of the lamb: This shall be the testimony of innocent blood against yourself and your people for what the Hebrews have suffered.

28/16.18. Instead of this, I should have forgiven him. O Jehovih! Jehovih! I have sinned before You! And You have searched me out after all these years, and brought the matter home to me.

28/16.19. You are just, O Almighty! In Your name and by Your wisdom and power I will return to the lower heavens, and take in charge the man and people I adjudged!

28/16.20. And Moses wept; and he gave command to the builders to provide him at once with a suitable boat of great fleetness. And then Moses procured thirty thousand volunteers to go with him.

28/16.21. And when all things were ready, Moses took leave of his companions, and he and his hosts entered his fire‑boat, and presently our two vessels were under way, as if in a race, for the red star, the earth. After some days, we arrived in the heavens of the earth, at the city of Paradise, the abiding place of God. ||

28/16.22. So ends a brief of the heavenly report of Haeroponitis, for, on her arrival in Paradise, her mission was completed for the present.

28/16.23. When it was known in Paradise that Moses was coming, great joy was manifested, for God and the Holy Eleven and the Holy Council all desired to see Moses. And God commanded the full board of marshals and also the musicians to go outside the capital, and meet Moses, and escort him before the throne. And they accomplished these things; and Moses came before the throne of God, saluting in the sign, Judgment of Time! And God answered him under the sign, Your Labor is our Joy and Glory!

28/16.24. And God said: In Jehovih's name, O Moses, come, and honor my throne.

28/16.25. And Moses went up, and sat on the throne, at the right hand of God. And Moses said to the Holy Council and to the Holy Eleven:

28/16.26. Your God shall be my God. In his love and dominion I am cast by Jehovih's will, to deliver those who have suffered from me and my words.

28/16.27. God said: Shall we not have a day of recreation first?

28/16.28. Moses said: No; till I have delivered Nu‑ghan, who was Pharaoh, there can be no peace. Permit, therefore, your marshals to go to the keepers of this man, and bring him before this throne.

28/16.29. And soon, Nu‑ghan was brought in again, all muffled up, to keep the light from hurting him. And he was still crying out: O God, Son of Jehovih! O Moses! Moses! Moses!

28/16.30. And when Moses saw this, he was nearly overcome by the pitiful scene. Moses brushed away his tears, and rose up, raising his hands to Jehovih, saying: Light of Your Light, O Jehovih! Power of Your Power, O Jehovih! Deliver him, whom I accursed! Put his grief and sorrows upon me, who has sinned against him!

28/16.31. A mantle of yellow light, cloud‑like, descended upon Moses, as he stood transfixed before Jehovih. All the place was still as death!

28/16.32. The blinds and muffles on Nu‑ghan fell off, and he stood silent and motionless, gazing with fixed awe upon the holy scene, and upon Moses on the throne of God!

28/16.33. The spirit of Jehovih moved upon the holy place, and the musicians felt the power. It was the light of one who was mighty, from the etherean worlds!

28/16.34. Gently, then, the music of ten thousand voices fell upon the holy audience. First mild, as if far off, then louder and louder, as if coming near, till soon the words of the anthem proclaimed Jehovih's praise.

28/16.35. Nu‑ghan did not turn his eyes from the glory of Moses and the etherean mantle, for he knew Moses, even as if it were only yesterday that they parted in Egupt, on the earth.

28/16.36. Slowly now, Moses lowered his up-stretched arms, and his hands were brilliant, like yellow fire. And Moses said, solemnly: All praise to You, Jehovih! (Eloih!) You are just, You Almighty Creator!

28/16.37. Nu‑ghan added: For through Him is all deliverance, worlds without end. In Your praise I will sing forever, O Jehovih, O Most High God of Moses, my Deliverer! Make me strong, O Jehovih, so I can look upon him, whom I persecuted and abused.

28/16.38. Then Moses looked upon Pharaoh (Nu‑ghan) and said: These things had to be. You were the last of the pyramidal age of man, and I was the first founder of the migration of the righteous. All things are done by Jehovih, in His own way and time.

28/16.39. As I have been bound by my curse upon you and your people, to come back to deliver you and them; so, by your curse against Israel, you shall now return down to the earth, and labor to lift up Israel.

28/16.40. For Israel has fallen from communities, and has taken to kings, in the same manner as the heathen and the idolater. Her people are divided and broken up, and many of them have become worshippers of the false Gods, Baal and Ashtaroth.

28/16.41. Yes, they are forgetful of my commandment of peace and love, and have taken to war and earthly aggrandizement.

28/16.42. And you shall take with you ten thousand angels of exalted grades, and go down to the earth, to the habitations of the Israelites; and by inspiration, you and your hosts shall select and inspire those Israelites who are within reach of inspiration, and you shall take them away from all others of their people, and from the heathen and idolatrous tribes, that are around them.

28/16.43. And you and your hosts shall abide with these mortals hundreds of years; re‑establishing them in peace and non‑resistance, in the manner of the doctrines in the es'sean worlds. And you shall call them, Es'seans, |1126| so that they may be distinguished from all other peoples.

28/16.44. Nu‑ghan said: Your decree is most just, O Moses, and I know in truth your words are Jehovih's. Tell me, how long shall this labor be for me and my hosts?

28/16.45. Moses said: Some hundreds of years! Until you have raised a light sufficient for Jehovih, so that peace and love and the doctrine of good for evil is again re‑established from the blood of the Israelites, even as by the blood of the lamb, I delivered Jehovih's people out of Egupt.

28/16.46. And when you have perfected the generations of the Es'seans, certain loo'is shall be sent to you from the throne of God, and they will labor with you until an Israelite capable of the Father's Voice is born into the mortal world.

28/16.47. Nu‑ghan said: Hear me now in my plea, O Moses, you who are Son of the Most High: When I died as to the earth, and entered heaven (these worlds), I found before me, my kingdom in heaven waiting for me!

28/16.48. And they were miserable, being beggars, slaves and idiots, because of the slavery I had put upon them in the earth‑life. And I could not escape them, or put them aside. If I went away objectively, then subjectively I remembered them, and was drawn back to them.

28/16.49. Yes, I was like a young colt when first being haltered, pulls away, but fails; then pulls again, and fails, and so on, until he finds he cannot escape, then tamely submits; even so was I bound to my kingdom, and obliged in the end to yield and become a slave to them, to provide for them. For I had so despoiled them of their talents, they were as helpless as infants; and many of them were wicked in the extreme.

28/16.50. Nevertheless, I accepted that which I could not escape; I toiled with them hundreds of years, restoring them as well as I could. And in time a ray of happiness came to me, in the hope that in hundreds of years to come I would find my way out.

28/16.51. But, alas me! Darkness (a'ji) came upon my already dark heaven. My evil ones, those whom I did have slaughtered on earth, came upon me for vengeance' sake. Anarchy over-flooded me and my people. They became very demons of madness, and they seized me and bound me, and bruised me, and suffocated me with horrid smells. Millions of them! And their curses pierced me like poisoned arrows. Long I fought them; and I cried out to you and to Jehovih! But, alas! I was in hell. None could hear my prayers. For days and months and years I held out, but only to experience new and more terrible horrors!

28/16.52. How long this woe was upon me, I do not know. I only remember that my soul sickened within me; and I felt a sinking and a fainting, like an endless death that could not extinguish me. To me it seemed ten thousand ages!

28/16.53. Suddenly I find myself here! Distracted before you, O holy Son of the Great Spirit! How did I get here? What has occurred? Or is this just the spell of a delirious dream? And will I relapse again into that terrible nightmare of horrors? How can I go forth without my old kingdom coming upon me?

28/16.54. Do they not wait somewhere close by, to seize me again, for renewed torments? O teach me, Moses! How can I fulfill your righteous judgment? And not be entrapped again, and, perhaps, forever!

28/16.55. Moses said: I will give you a new name, and I will clothe you in garments of my own making, so that they would rather flee from you, than come to you.

28/16.56. And Moses gathered up of the yellow, cloud‑like mantle of light, and made a mantle for Nu-ghan and clothed him; and he named him, Illaes, signifying, Servant of Light. And after that, Illaes was provided with ten thousand co‑laborers, assisted by Gafonaya, and sent back to the earth, on his mission.

28/16.57. And God appointed one hundred messengers to Pharaoh, so that word could be transmitted every month to Paradise.














































































































































































































1126  When this word is used in heaven, it is usually pronounced, Es'sean; but when on earth, Asean. Some interpreters called these tribes, Essenes, or Esenean Jews. --Ed.



CHAPTER 17 Eskra





28/17.1. God proclaimed a day of recreation in Paradise, so that the inhabitants could meet Moses and his hosts, and rejoice with them. And great was that day in Paradise.

28/17.2. On the following day, going to the place of deliverance, Moses departed for the Eguptian people who had been in hell with Nu‑ghan. And there were eleven million four hundred thousand of these spirits. Moses conferred with the inspectors as to suitable places for them, and having decided on a convenient region, Elaban, he ordered their removal to there.

28/17.3. And Moses went with them to Elaban, an isolated region on the Aratesaian plateau, and remained with them one hundred and twelve days, establishing them with nurseries, hospitals and factories; and he appointed officers for them, to every group and series, going among them in person and ministering to tens of thousands of them, and providing them places of worship.

28/17.4. After that, Moses appointed Salesmon as captain over them. Then Moses departed and returned to Paradise, where he remained two more days, and then took leave and departed for his own heavenly place in Nirvania. But before he departed, he said: When the a'ji'an forest is past and gone, and if it is Jehovih's will, I shall return again to look after my hosts.

28/17.5. And now God's attention was directed to the Hebrews, the Faithists of Western Arabin'ya, where the false God Baal had gained access and power; having affiliated with one Dagon, a false God, located in those regions, who maintained six earthly oracle‑houses and a small heavenly kingdom of his own.

28/17.6. And it came to pass, that the Hebrews were a divided people. A small minority of them still worshipped Jehovih, having colleges of prophecy and places of learning. But the great majority of them were worshippers of the Lord and God, believing the Great Spirit was only a large man in heaven, after the manner of Baal, Dagon, Ashtaroth, or any other God.

28/17.7. God said of them: Though they pretend to be of many kinds, I see only two: Those who worship the Ever Present, Jehovih; and those who are drifting into heathenism.

28/17.8. My eyes behold the true Faithists with colleges and with books of learning; but, as for the others, they are becoming consulters of the oracles (spirits), the same as the heathens.

28/17.9. How can they remain a united people? The Gods of one city and temple teach one doctrine, and the Gods of another place teach another doctrine.

28/17.10. || God had previously sent to Ebeneezer, one Jerub, with ten thousand assistant angel strategists, to be with the king of the Faithists (Israelites). Jerub now asked for another ten thousand, and God sent them to him. And God said to Jerub:

28/17.11. A war will presently result between Baal, Ashtaroth, Dagon, and Haughak; and these Gods will not only war in heaven, but they will carry their battles down to mortals.

28/17.12. And the Israelites will not only forsake their ancient doctrine of peace, but will become great warriors, both against other nations and peoples, and against one another.

28/17.13. Take heed, O Jerub, of the words of your God; and while Baal and Ashtaroth are in conflict and neglectful of the temples and oracles, you shall possess these.

28/17.14. It is better that these false Gods win to themselves as dutiful subjects, five angels, than one mortal.

28/17.15. Guard well all the colleges of prophecy against the emissaries of these false Gods. And see to it that the worshippers of Jehovih have born to themselves a goodly number of prophets.





CHAPTER 18 Eskra

The meaning and origin of the term, Holy Ghost!





28/18.1. There came to Paradise, God's heavenly place, one Taenas, a messenger from the chiefs of the so‑called Holy Confederacy. God's chief marshal conducted him before God, and, being commanded to speak, he said:

28/18.2. Greeting to you, O God. On behalf of the Three Sons of the Holy Ghost, I come before you to proclaim their words. I have been instructed by them, what to say, and I declare to you, O God, my words are their words.

28/18.3. First, that you may hear us before we are adjudged; second, as you claim liberty to think and to speak for yourself, so do we all. And if error comes from our proceedings, it is our own matter, and not yours.

28/18.4. As you say: Behold the All Person, so do we not say; but we say: Behold the all expanse; it is only a shadow, a ghost. And for convenience' sake, we name it, Holy Ghost.

28/18.5. Is this not our privilege? Who can deny us? Has one man rightful dominion over another? Or one captain, or one God?

28/18.6. God said: Proceed.

28/18.7. Taenas said: If we are right, then we ourselves shall judge what we will do. But if you are right, and this thing is an All Person, then you are His servant to do His will. Are these points true?

28/18.8. God said: It seems so.

28/18.9. Taenas said: And liberty to both sides?

28/18.10. God said: Yes.

28/18.11. Taenas said: When I was a child, I was helped to walk; but now that I am strong, I walk alone. Why then shall my judgment not also walk alone?

28/18.12. God said: Proceed, and I will speak afterward.

28/18.13. Taenas said: We have seen in ages past, that peace has always been proclaimed by the followers of Jehovih; and that both on earth and in heaven such people become the sufferers and victims of tyrants of earth and of false Gods in heaven.

28/18.14. We propose war, in the name of the Holy Ghost, both on earth and in heaven. We can have no war with you or your people, on earth, or in heaven; for you and your people, angels and mortals, are all peace, and do not war.

28/18.15. Our wars can be only with warriors. I put the matter this way: You have a virgin daughter, and a villain assails her; your doctrine is to rush in and take your daughter away from him; our doctrine is to beat him away from her.

28/18.16. We see evil Gods and evil spirits, assailing virtuous people on earth and in heaven. We propose to war them to destruction, for righteousness' sake. Accordingly, we are more to your favor, O God, than against you.

28/18.17. We dip our hands in blood for the sake of peace and virtue, for the sake of liberty and knowledge. We shall say to the man of earth: You shall become learned! To the es'yan in heaven: You shall not return to mortals, but remain in your place, and become learned and virtuous.

28/18.18. For which reason we come to you, O God, so that you may know our foundation.

28/18.19. God said: Who then, do you say, men and angels shall worship?

28/18.20. Taenas said: In this, we do not command them. But we give them liberty to worship whomever they will.

28/18.21. God said: You have said: Our doctrine is to beat the villain away from the virgin; but what will you, or your example, teach?

28/18.22. Taenas answered: That an assailant deserves punishment.

28/18.23. God said: And will you say to the peaceful and virtuous: Take up arms, give your enemies torments?

28/18.24. Taenas answered: Yes, truly.

28/18.25. God said: And by what authority, if they inquire of you?

28/18.26. Taenas said: By authority of the Holy Ghost, and the Father (the Confederacy), and by the Son, that is, each and every Lord of the Confederacy.

28/18.27. For we shall teach mortals and angels that all things are by law; and the word, law, shall take the place of the term, Great Spirit, or Jehovih.

28/18.28. God said: Hear me, then, O Taenas, and in love bear my words to your so‑called Triune Confederacy, and to the high leaders, saying to them, thus says God of Paradise, Son of Jehovih, according to the light of this throne:

28/18.29. You shall triumph for a long season on earth and in heaven; but not in the way you suppose.

28/18.30. For you will be forced to provide a worshipful head for mortals and angels. And it will come to pass, your three heavenly places will become known on earth and in heaven as the Triune Gods, or Trinity!

28/18.31. And the people will worship an imaginary figure of three parts, Father, Son and Holy Ghost. And this will become their idol; and he will be accredited with love, anger, jealousy, favoritism, war and destruction.

28/18.32. Because you say: Give punishment to the wicked, you open the door of all evil. For he who has a quarrel with his neighbor, will accuse him as deserving punishment. Those who are in darkness, and being mighty, will fall upon the weak, and slay them.

28/18.33. A quarrel will ensue in your three heavenly kingdoms, and you will become as three false Gods. And since you do not profess the All Person, each of you three Gods will be forced to announce himself as such.

28/18.34. For the rule applies to all men and to all angels, that those who deny an All Highest Person in the Creator, become establishers of idolatry to themselves.

28/18.35. You have said: We shall leave mortals and angels to worship whom they will. Well, then, is it not well to worship Baal? And Dagon? And Ashtaroth? And yet, these Gods make slaves of their subjects, who worship them.

28/18.36. Taenas said: No, they are evil Gods. We will deliver their slaves into freedom.

28/18.37. God said: Who is master, and who is slave? Either on earth, or in heaven? Why not abolish your Triune Confederacy, lest you rule over others? And you profess liberty, so why not practice it?

28/18.38. Because you proclaim liberty as your chief object, you will entice the unlearned, the truant, the idle, and the lazy; for all these claim their weaknesses to be the boon |1127| of liberty.

28/18.39. It shall come to pass, in the far‑distant future, your kingdoms will be made up of the lowest grades. And they will pull you all down from your present high resolves; and you will become tyrants and evil Gods yourselves, and meet the fate of all your predecessors.

28/18.40. The earth and its heavens were given into my keeping, for the resurrection of all the inhabitants; but I have neither commission nor desire to accomplish dominion by violence. Because you have withdrawn from my kingdoms, it is an act of your own.

28/18.41. Even my own grief at your secession shows me, how short I am in comprehending Jehovih's ways. For I declare to you, O Taenas, and through you to your chiefs, that though your course seems evil in my sight, yet it will be proven in the distant future, that Jehovih will appropriate your labors to an ultimate good.

28/18.42. Go therefore with my words to the chiefs of the Triunes. I part with you all as a father parts with a son, who goes into a consuming fire.

28/18.43. Taenas said: In reverence to you, O God, I go to those who pity you for your too peaceful ways.

28/18.44. And with that, Taenas saluted in reverence, and departed, going his way.





































































































































1127  gift, benefit, right, advantage, windfall, blessing, bestowal, legacy



CHAPTER 19 Eskra





28/19.1. God called up Erastes, prince of messengers, and said to him: You have heard the words of your God and of Taenas. Therefore take thirty thousand four hundred messengers, that is, one for each and all of my remaining kingdoms, and go and proclaim the same to them, so that they, having due notice, may manage their affairs with wisdom and foresight. Erastes said: Jehovih's will and yours be done! And he saluted and withdrew, going to the palace of the messengers, and choosing his hosts, he instructed them regarding the message. And he gave to each of them power to choose their own officers, and to provide their own vessels of travel. And a few days later, they all departed.

28/19.2. Now it came to pass, that the following kingdoms soon fell to pieces, and drifted into the Triune Confederacy, namely: Sho'e'gan, and her twenty‑eight sub‑kingdoms, all in the hadan regions; Ghi'e'wan, and her forty‑four heavenly hadan kingdoms; Haotus, with seven heavenly hadan kingdoms, and five sub‑kingdoms; Tuwahtal, and thirty kingdoms in the first resurrection in the plateau Theovrahkistan; Livragga, and seventy‑one heavenly sub‑kingdoms, of which thirty‑eight were ready to enter the second resurrection; Jahkin and Mouru, with ninety‑seven heavenly hadan kingdoms, of which eighty‑seven were promoted to the second resurrection; Ganzoe, with four hundred hadan kingdoms, of which many were below the first resurrection; Hapsu, with four heavenly kingdoms of seventy million angels in the second resurrection; Iturba, with twelve heavenly kingdoms of one hundred and four million angels in the second resurrection, half of whom were as high as fifty in the grades; Wantawacha, with thirty heavenly kingdoms, with three hundred million angels in the second resurrection, three‑fourths of whom were higher than grade fifty.

28/19.3. Of the seven lower kingdoms of the second sphere, there were eight hundred million angels of the first resurrection, who migrated from their provinces to the Triune regions, Amesha; and they destroyed the road behind them.

28/19.4. Now, when God saw the great secession of his heavenly kingdoms, and their allegiance to the Triunes, his soul was filled with sorrow. And the Voice of Jehovih came to him, saying: Why take sorrow to your soul for these things? Shall a God grieve because his burden is made lighter? Behold, in this day and hour the Gods and Lords of the Triune are rejoicing with great joy, because of these accessions. Yes, they do not perceive what a load they are taking on their own shoulders.

28/19.5. But you shall send agents among the Triunes, especially into their capitals and their chief kingdoms. ||

28/19.6. So, God appointed many agents, different from messengers, for they were to be under the command of no one but God. God said to them: You shall go to the places I appoint to each one of you, as travelers and sojourners in your own way, and observe the doings of the Triunes, especially the chiefs and leaders, Lords and Gods, and their teaching and government, and in your own good time depart out of the place and return here and inform my Holy Council and my Holy Eleven.

28/19.7. And the agents went forth as commanded.





CHAPTER 20 Eskra

Of the Confederacy of the Holy Ghost, called, the Trinity:First, of the Triune God Looeamong; and of Baal and Ashtaroth





28/20.1. The Lord said: The three heavenly kingdoms, Haractu, Eta‑shong and Hapsendi, of the Triunes, were independent, but allianced for offense and defense against the evil Gods, Baal, Dagon, Shulleth, Ashtaroth and others, whose angel subjects were kept in slavery, and for evil purposes.

28/20.2. Now, therefore, the Triunes jointly declared war, to the end that peace might be secured in these heavens.

28/20.3. Nevertheless, each of the Triunes had charge of his own heavens and over that part of the earth covered by his heavens.

28/20.4. For they had divided up and appropriated both, the earth and the heavens, into three parts; one to each of them.

28/20.5. Here follows, then, the history of the wars of the Triunes:

28/20.6. First, of Looeamong and the false Gods he overthrew:

28/20.7. A triangular war was going on in hada and on earth between the angel armies of Baal, Dagon and Ashtaroth, in which ten billion angels were engaged under them.

28/20.8. Looeamong declared war against the whole of them, and impressed into his service eight billion angel warriors.

28/20.9. Ashtaroth, the most vengeful Goddess, had previously sent hundreds of millions of her warring angels down to the apostate Jews, to inspire them to wars and cruelties on one another, hoping to exterminate them, lest they become Baal's subjects. And she had sent other millions of warring angels to the Par'si'e'an cities, to the Eguptian cities, and to Daskrath, Babylon, Gonassah, Tyre, Romaxain, and to the kings and queens of many other great cities; to inspire them to send forth armies to destroy not only the worshippers of Jehovih, but all people who worshipped Baal, or Dagon, or any other God.

28/20.10. Baal, on the other hand, had sent hundreds of millions of his warring angels down to the earth, to Heleste and the west regions, and to the Israelites as well, inspiring mortals to war against the east kingdoms, especially Babylon and Daskrath, two mighty cities in the dominions of the Goddess Ashtaroth.

28/20.11. And the armies of mortals were moved forth by the armies of angels, whom they did not see; and war raged east and west and north and south.

28/20.12. Looeamong, the Triune, said: I will spoil them both. I will send an angel army of warriors down to the middle kingdoms, to the great tyrant, Cyrus. I will possess the oracles and direct Cyrus to march against Par'si'e. He shall make an alliance with the Argos'yans [Greeks --Ed.].

28/20.13. Hatchesan [Media --Ed.] and Karsoka shall be my countries. And the cities of Hemia, Babylon, Nine'vah, Gassakad, Hannadan, and Saluem, shall never again bow down to Baal and Ashtaroth.

28/20.14. Belus shall be mine, and the cities and temples of Hina, Maroth [Heliopolis and Bubastis --Ed.], Hovan, Torres, and Delfi; and the habitations of Phires, Somak [Phrygia --Ed.], Macedon, and Thues [Corinth --Ed.], and the great oracle‑houses of Myrsilus, Myrsus, Gyges, Candawles, Haerkus [Clazomenae --Ed.], Simon [Miletus --Ed.], Gamma [Minerva --Ed.], Fabiyan [Arion --Ed.], Sulus [Atys --Ed.], Craz'ya [Croesus --Ed.], Wakadya [Juno --Ed.], P'hrid [Phrygia --Ed.], Gemnae [Busiris --Ed.], Ma'zan, and R'hodae [Rhodes --ed.].

28/20.15. By force I will possess them; yes, by force drive away all other angels and Gods. And my warrior angels shall possess these temples, so that whoever comes to consult the Gods shall receive my own answers. I will drive mortals to war in my own way, and to whatever place I decide to subdue or destroy.

28/20.16. Equally menacing were the boasts of the Goddess Ashtaroth; she had said: Whether I despoil heaven and earth, I do not care. If I cannot possess them, I will destroy them, so that no God shall possess them.

28/20.17. Into festering knots and hells I will cast tens of billions of angels, in case I do not succeed in winning all.

28/20.18. I will send millions of warring angels down to Xerxes, the Par'si'e'an king, and to his kingdom, and they shall obsess every man, woman and child to desperate madness against the Argos'yans [Greeks --Ed.] and the middle and west nations.

28/20.19. I will lead Xerxes forth with the mightiest army that has ever been on the earth. And they shall despoil all regions, wherever they march.

28/20.20. For I will make Xerxes and all the Par'si'e'ans believe, they are doing these things for their own prosperity and glory, and for despoiling their own enemies.

28/20.21. And, after Xerxes has despoiled and conquered all the earth regions, Baal and all other Gods shall be driven away from the oracles and temples. Xerxes shall issue a decree, abolishing all other Gods but me, Ashtaroth.

28/20.22. And when I am thus well anchored on the earth, I will turn my legions against this new upstart God, the Triune, Looeamong. And I will cast him into a hell, from which he shall never escape!

28/20.23. So, Ashtaroth concentrated her heavenly warriors into this great and desperate work. For she had been maturing her plans, even before Xerxes came to the throne of Par'si'e. And, since, in those days, the kings and rich men in all those countries consulted the spirits [oracles or pythians --Ed.], in reference to all important undertakings, it was not a difficult feat for Ashtaroth to obsess the millions of Par'si'e'ans to carry out her project.

28/20.24. Accordingly, Ashtaroth commanded her marshals to summon two billion angel warriors, men and women, for the work in hand. And when they came to Neabissa, a heavenly region to the north, over the earth‑mountains Afflo'yagga [Caucasus --Ed.], she had Mateus, her chief orator, prepare a speech on her behalf, and have it declaimed |1128| before the angel warriors.

28/20.25. Mateus, a one‑time Lord to Osiris, nine hundred years previous, now made the speech, and this that follows is a synopsis:

28/20.26. I, Goddess of all the heavens and of the whole earth. Behold me, Ashtaroth! The earth and the heavens are mine, says Ashtaroth! I cut the sun in two; for it is mine. I cut the pieces again; for they were mine. From these, I made the stars and the moon. But the great earth I made as my footstool; for it was mine, and ever shall be.

28/20.27. I peopled it over with all the living; they were my creation. And you also are mine. I peopled the stars, and gave the inhabitants great delights. And the earth and my heavens were places of great delight. For, I gave bountifully to all my children.

28/20.28. But the inhabitants of the far‑off stars quarreled because of an evil God, Baal. And they cast him out. And he came here to despoil me and my heavenly places. Witness O my beloved, I could destroy him with my little finger. But he is unworthy of your Goddess. To you I give the glory of capturing him, casting him into hell, and torturing him forever.

28/20.29. But lest other evil Gods take possession of his earthly places, they shall also be destroyed. Hear then the command of Ashtaroth, which is, that you shall go down to the earth, and obsess and inspire the Par'si'e'ans to march forth and destroy all other people on the earth, beginning first with the stronghold of Baal, in Argos, where he has many sub‑Gods under him, where the Argos'yans, not knowing him, call him, Zeus.

28/20.30. And to those who prove valorous among my angel warriors, I will give great promotion and glory, and thousands and millions of slaves. For when Baal is overcome and cast into hell, you shall take his angel slaves, and possess them yourselves, according to your valorous deeds. ||

28/20.31. Ashtaroth then officered her angel hosts, and sent them down to the earth, where her captains and generals distributed them throughout Par'si'e. And they were directed to preside in the presence of mortals by day, inspiring them to war against Argos, and to be with them at night, and talk to them spiritually in dreams and visions.

28/20.32. And it came to pass that Xerxes and the people, the Par'si'e'ans, were moved to go forth and destroy the Argos'yans. And king Xerxes took two and a half million soldiers with him for his army. And so great was the inspiration and obsession of Ashtaroth's angels, that they caused another two and a half million Par'si'e'ans to go with Xerxes' soldiers. So that Xerxes' whole army was five million souls, which was the largest army on earth that ever had been, or ever shall be.


























































































































1128  make an impassioned speech



CHAPTER 21 Eskra





28/21.1. Baal, God of the Argos'yans (Greeks), called together two billion angel warriors, and after properly officering them, caused them to assemble in Beth'hagas, a sub‑kingdom of heaven over the Tillag mountains, to the north of Macedon, and he said to them:

28/21.2. Behold your Creator, who I am! By my breath upon the earth you came forth. I am he, who was of old called, De'yus [Zeus --Ed.], Lord God of heaven and earth. All places are my places, all dominion is mine.

28/21.3. My heavens I gave to you for your inheritance forever. But an evil Goddess, Ashtaroth, has come to despoil you.

28/21.4. And she has sworn upon her thighs to cast you into endless torments.

28/21.5. Behold, I have sworn a new oath on the sun and moon and stars! You shall capture her, and cast her and all her angels into hell, to abide there forever.

28/21.6. For I will clear the heavens and the earth, and they shall be clean and full of delight.

28/21.7. Hear, then, the commandment of your God, Baal, ruler of heaven and earth: You shall go down to the earth, to the Argos'yans, and obsess them, man, woman and child, and inspire them to terrible deeds of bloody havoc and death against the Par'si'e'ans who are coming against them.

28/21.8. And while you are thus providing corporeal destruction for this evil Goddess, my heavenly hosts under Yaawochad, my Lord of Agansetha, shall attack her angel armies in every quarter of these heavens.

28/21.9. And as fast as her drujas are captured, they shall be cast into the hells of Gotha, which I have prepared for them. And to all my valorous workers I will give great promotion and power. You shall have servants and slaves without number. ||

28/21.10. Now it came to pass, that many years of war and destruction ensued; but Baal's hosts were too powerful for Ashtaroth. And so Baal not only overcame her angel warriors on the earth, but in her heavenly capital also. And his legions rushed upon her, and captured her. At which her own angels turned against her, perceiving now that she was an impostor, and not the Creator

28/21.11. And they bound her, and carried her and her Lords and Gods off to Toosemmes, a heavenly place of foul smells, in Gotha, and here they built a place of torment for her and them, and cast them in. And they brought here tens of thousands of her officers, and cast them in, and also the spirits of kings and queens and of generals and captains who had been her devotees, who were slain in battle, and who were yet in chaos.

28/21.12. Thus ended the God‑ship of Ashtaroth. And thus cast into this hell, voluntary and involuntary, were two billion angels. ||

28/21.13. Looeamong, the Triune God, said: This is the end, number one; next shall fall Baal; and him I will also cast in hell.

28/21.14. As to mortals, Xerxes' mighty armies did not live to return to Par'si'e, but were scattered and destroyed. As to the Argos'yans, they were a ruined people.

28/21.15. And all those countries were covered over with the spirits of the dead, in chaos.

28/21.16. For these wars had been going on for many, many years.

28/21.17. Hear next of Kabalactes, Triune God of Vind'yu and her heavens.





CHAPTER 22 Eskra

Of Kabalactes, Triune God of Vind'yu, and her heavens





28/22.1. Kabalactes said: Since Vind'yu and her heavens are to be mine forever, I will take my own time, and make a sure foundation. First, then, I will build me a heavenly city, Haractu, twelve miles high above the mountains of Yammalaga, and the wings of it shall spread out, broad as the land of Vind'yu.

28/22.2. And I will build me a heavenly palace in Haractu, and adorn it in splendor; and it shall also have wings on every side; and the wings shall be the habitations for my officers, my select and Holy Council.

28/22.3. And when Haractu is thus completed, I will send word into all the heavens of the earth, saying: Come and see Haractu, the heavenly seat of the Holy Ghost; the most glorious city of the Holy Confederacy of the Triune.

28/22.4. And then my legion of angel warriors shall go forth to battle in these my heavens; and they shall despoil all the false Lords and false Gods worshipped in Vind'yu. One of two choices I will give them, to bow down in obedience to me and to the Triune and to the Holy Ghost, or to be cast into hell.

28/22.5. One by one Gods and tyrants shall fall by my hand; I will destroy them utterly and forever. ||

28/22.6. Kabalactes then organized his heavenly kingdom; creating his officers and apportioning his angels among them, according to the labor allotted to them.

28/22.7. And he built the heavenly city, Haractu, and adorned it in great splendor. And he provided hospitals for the sick and imbecile, and nurseries for es'yans, and factories for workmen, and schools and colleges for great learning.

28/22.8. Look, he said, I have provided places for the poor, the sick, the unlearned, the helpless and the imbecile, even before I provided a palace for myself. There is a God for you. Behold, I am the servant of the Triune, the Father and the Holy Ghost.

28/22.9. My doctrine is: To labor for others first, and for one's self afterward. And since you perceive that my doctrine is a holy doctrine, you shall establish it, come what may. For, though I am good, I am also power and majesty, in great anger to overcome evil, and establish righteousness and liberty. ||

28/22.10. These, then, were the chiefs of Kabalactes' staff, namely: Pedmon, Laer, Yodava, Craosha, Varaga Sin Tse, Karapa (the false Mithra), Haekiha, Yutobis (the false Christna), Lumbothia, Doravva, Etchwalactcha (the false Vishnu), Myrrhes, Sepia, Tidon (the false Ari), Onatuhu, Durhea (the false Durga), Indra, Kali, Hosanne, Wahtissa (the false Agni), Owella (the false Rama), Gur (the false Siva), Hiak, Cassavragga (the false Trimurthi), Howgotha and Ithra. And as captains: Sarama, Janassa, Anatheia, Thodica and Janurs. |1129|

28/22.11. But all the foregoing assumed many false names, both on earth and in heaven, so that no history could reveal who they were, or by their names distinguish where their dominions lay.

28/22.12. Kabalactes had said to his chiefs: Behold, mortals have many favorite names for worship. Go down to the earth, to Vind'yu, and possess the temples of spirit communion, the oracle‑houses and whatever places mortals come to worship in, and these places shall be yours.

28/22.13. And to whatever Lord or God that mortals most incline to bow down to, take the name of that Lord or God.

28/22.14. For I give this law to you, that you shall possess the land of Vind'yu, not with new names, but with the old, but all to one end, which is the establishing of the Triune Godhead. |1130|

28/22.15. Kabalactes then made Pedmon commander‑in‑chief over his angel warriors, and dispatched them down to the earth, to Vind'yu.

28/22.16. After this, Kabalactes raised an army of two billion angels to fight his heavenly battles. Over these he crowned Yettaba, Lord in chief.

28/22.17. In addition to the heavenly attractions of war, Kabalactes provided six groups of musicians of half a million to each group.

28/22.18. He also instituted times and places for tournaments, processions and the display of great pageantry.

28/22.19. He said: I will not only be powerful in might, but powerful in attractions, above all other Gods.

28/22.20. Now, as has been told of the wars of Looeamong, even so, but in a different place, were the terrible conflicts in the heavens of Kabalactes, which were also manifested on the mortals of Vind'yu.

28/22.21. So it came to pass, in a few hundred years, that Vind'yu was only a land of ruins, but over it, in every direction, were hundreds of millions of angels in chaos, being the spirits of those slain in the wars.

28/22.22. Kabalactes said: Now I will clear away the ruins, and build my everlasting edifice on the earth.

28/22.23. Behold, I will remodel the sacred books of mortals in my own way.

28/22.24. In these signs I will rebuild: The triangle, representing the three lights, the Son, the Father and the Holy Ghost.

28/22.25. I will re‑establish the tau (bull), as the sign of my power. And because my heavens are The All Pure, the tau shall be white.

28/22.26. The wheel (jaugernot) shall be my road‑mark.

28/22.27. These signs shall be given to my mortal subjects, to be theirs forever.

28/22.28. And whoever parades my signs, shall know that they are my covenant, which I have made to mortals. ||

28/22.29. Kabalactes then appointed twelve thousand four hundred and eighty‑eight angels, to go down to Vind'yu, to rewrite the sacred books of mortals.

28/22.30. And he crowned Gaonaza chief of the inspiring host.

28/22.31. To write the five great books, five mortals had been previously chosen from before their birth, by the guardian angels appointed for the purpose.

28/22.32. These men were: Harritza, to write the Avesta; Vraghettes, to write the Vendidad; Royhoh, to write the Vispered; Yathavah, to write the Yacna; and Uzariah, to write the Khordavesta.

28/22.33. The angels chosen by Kabalactes in heaven were sent down to these mortals, to guard them from the time of their birth upward. And enough angels were provided, and divided into watches, to keep away all other angels, and to be with their mortal wards day and night, conversing with them in their dreams, giving them visions, and good habits, virtue, truth and wisdom.

28/22.34. And it came to pass that when these mortals were grown up, and the time came for their work, they were as one with their guardian spirits, knowing and comprehending the voice of their master, Kabalactes, whom they were inspired to call Ahura'Mazda, because this name was pleasing to mortals.

28/22.35. Gaonaza, commander of the inspiring hosts, distributed the twelve lights of the throne, being the angels in rapport with the five mortals, two to each of them, except to Harritza, to whom he gave four.

28/22.36. And now, when the writing was to be done, the following was to be the manner of inspiration, namely:

28/22.37. The writer was previously inspired to be at his post at dawn in the morning, and to have all things ready for writing half an hour before sunrise, and to write until sunrise.

28/22.38. And the angels in rapport stood beside him, laying their hands upon him. Next to these angels stood another angel, with hands upon them; and, after that one, stood another, and so on, for one thousand angels in a line, extending in a direct line toward Haractu, the heavenly seat of Kabalactes. And there were stretched three cords of es'ean light from the outermost thousandth angel in line, up to the heavenly throne, to the Holy Council, before whom the chief of the ten thousand spoke, as previously instructed by Kabalactes.

28/22.39. And, as this chief spoke in heaven, the es of his voice passed down to the mortal, who framed into earth‑words, that which was spoken in heaven.

28/22.40. || Jehovih has said: I have created two kinds of spiritual inspiration for mortals: To the individual man, individual spirits, but to him who labors for the resurrection, a line of angels extending to the kingdoms in heaven.

28/22.41. And if that line has a good work on hand, I do not break it; but if it is for self, it will break of its own accord. ||

28/22.42. Thus were written the sacred books of Vind'yu, the mutilated remains of which survive to this day. And copies of these books were written on cloth and on paper and on stone; some of which were carried in different directions over Vind'yu.

28/22.43. In eighty‑seven years Kabalactes completed the sacred books, and disbanded the inspiring hosts.

28/22.44. So far, Kabalactes had destroyed nine million men, women and children in the wars. He had also destroyed four thousand heathen temples, and more than three hundred cities. And he suppressed over two hundred languages, and banished six thousand two hundred false Lords.

28/22.45. With the suppression, he also commanded all languages from that time forward to be made out of Vedic, Yi-ha and Zend, from which Sanscrit descended, as it is to this day.

28/22.46. Hear next of the Triune God, Ennochissa, of the heavenly place, Eta‑shong, over Chine'ya.

























































1129  Many of these names can be found in the literature and/or worship of the many Gods in India.
















1130  In these modern times [c.1882] the Triune Godhead in India is, The Ghost, the heavenly confederacies, and mortal births. The Buddhists, however, rank their God, Buddha, or the Bhoidista principle, as the Son. --Ed.



CHAPTER 23 Eskra

Of Ennochissa, Triune God over Chine'ya





28/23.1. Ennochissa spoke before his Lords, saying: According to the splendor of a kingdom, so is its ruler glorified; this I have learned. Therefore Eta‑shong shall surpass all other heavenly places.

28/23.2. Vazista said: Your Lords are of the same mind. As for Looeamong and Kabalactes, they are more bent on the affairs of earth than of heaven.

28/23.3. Ennochissa spent two hundred years in building and beautifying his heavenly city, Eta‑shong, employing more than two billion slaves for that purpose.

28/23.4. And as to his heavenly palace, and the palace of his Holy Council, never had there been anything like them in grandeur and magnificence in any of the lower heavens.

28/23.5. The circuit of the columns of fire, of which there were one million, was equal to half the breadth of the land of Chine'ya. In the front of his palace were four hundred thousand arches and pillars, and leading up to the foot of the throne, seventy rises (step-ups), each with a breadth (run) of one thousand lengths [of a man --Ed.]. |1131| In front of the arches was an arena, four thousand lengths across, and this was ornamented with one hundred thousand fountains of fire and water. Interspersed, here and there, on the walls and arches, were hanging gardens of flowers, and drapery of gold and silver.

28/23.6. And as to the workmanship displayed, it was so fine that no language can convey an idea of it to mortal understanding, except, indeed, it be said, everything was represented that is on the earth and in its heavens.

28/23.7. The officers of the palace, next in grade below the Holy Council, Lords, marshals and recorders, were generals, captains, inspectors, surveyors, receivers and builders, and these were all above grade ninety.

28/23.8. And maintained within the palace arena were half a million es'enaurs and trumpeters, four million fire and water servants, and three million bearers of burdens; and yet, beside these, there were six million caterers and servants.

28/23.9. Only officers of rank could cross the arena, or approach the arches by walking upright; all others had to crawl on their bellies in approaching the throne, saying prayers all the while.

28/23.10. Now, although the other Triunes had great capitals and palaces, they were not to be compared with Ennochissa's.

28/23.11. Thus labored this Triune, even to the neglect of his earthly dominions.

28/23.12. And it came to pass that God, Jehovih's Son, in Paradise, sowed the seed of faith in Chine'ya in favor of the Creator; so that, by the end of two hundred years, nearly all the spirits of the dead went not to the Triune, but to God in Paradise.

28/23.13. And God's angel missionaries went into this Triune's heavenly kingdom, and won many converts to Jehovih.

28/23.14. So that Ennochissa discovered, indeed, that his heavenly kingdom was losing ground.

28/23.15. So he resolved to enter the field of war, and to destroy all mortals in Chine'ya who worshipped the Great Spirit. And he also resolved to drive out from his heavens, all angels who believed in Jehovih, or who were missionaries for the kingdom of God.

28/23.16. Of all the Triunes, Ennochissa was the first to thus declare war against Jehovih, which was exactly in opposition to his own professions, when the Confederacy was first formed.

28/23.17. From this time on, Ennochissa was called by the Faithists in heaven, a false God.

28/23.18. As yet, the other two Triunes had fought more for Jehovih than against Him.

28/23.19. After this, both mortals and angels in Chine'ya knew no peace. And when no war existed between any two or more cities or states, and the people were Jehovihians, Ennochissa, with his hundreds of millions of angel warriors, obsessed these mortals, and plunged them into war, to make them destroy one another.

28/23.20. From these scenes of horror turn now, and learn of the kingdom of God, Jehovih's Son.
























1131  These are not steps as we today think of steps with nearly identical rise and run, but each level likely had a rise no higher than a foot (12 inches or 30 cm) but with a lengthy horizontal run (run is the distance between one rise and the next); the whole looking like layered platforms, and each run was about one mile, or one and one half kilometers, in distance, before the next rise (step up).




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