Teaching 1: The Fountain of Religions
Teaching 2: Vedas
Teaching 3: Hinduism
Teaching 4: Egypt
Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods
Teaching 6: Ten Great Religions
Teaching 7: Chaldean Magicians
Teaching 8: Iranian Religion
Teaching 9: Assyrian Goddess of War
Teaching 10: The Sun of Iran
Teaching 11: Sargonides
Teaching 12: The Hebrews
Teaching 13: Moses’ Religion
Teaching 14: The Greeks
Teaching 15: Greek Gods
Teaching 16: Arts and Philosophies
Teaching 17: The Romans
Teaching 18: The Celestial Empire
Teaching 19: Buddhism
Teaching 20: Yellow Buddhism
Teaching 21: The Germans
Teaching 22: The Gauls
Teaching 23: The Jains
Teaching 24: The Military Sikhs
Teaching 25: Christendom
Teaching 26: Islam
Teaching 27: Religion of the African Jungle
Teaching 28: Incaic Worship of the Sun
Teaching 29: Ancient Mexican Religions

Teaching 1. The Fountain of Religions

Peoples of the Atlantean race had received the truths of their religions from their Great Instructors. These truths, strengthened by the psychic power of perception that this race possessed, were of entirely Divine character.
These religions verged on the world of a higher consciousness and did not use natural symbols. They were of a select monotheism.
But as this race begun to decline and degenerate, religious practices were replaced by acts of psychic power and black magic.
As Aryan Semites became different from the Atlanteans, still they kept a distant glimpse of those Divine religions, though entirely hidden under the burden of many centuries and reason, which was a new prerogative of the emerging race.
The Atlanteans, in depths of the sea where their continent sunk, carried with them their Divine Religion.
But new Initiates and new ideas-mother appeared and, therefore, a new religion was established, which accompanied the new Aryan race and based every following creed of this race.
The Aryans Semites, after the great fight against their black enemies (even though they were black people too, but with different physical structure), rushed in the conquest of the new continent that, like a promised virgin land, had emerged from the waters for them.
Early men, in immense caravans, guided by their Divine Instructors, left the old coasts in search of new lands and migrated toward the centre of Asia and Europe.
They found a fertile land that was wonderful but tremendously hard to conquer. Their usual equatorial weather was replaced there by a hard and cold weather.
After sloth, the need appeared, and later a frightful number of dead people; then the inhabitants of the new continent learnt gradually to fight Nature in search of food and shelter.
Nature was tough to overcome, but as it was overwhelmed, it gave wonderful results and revealed its secrets. So those early men deified Nature and its manifested powers.
Now these men were not Aryan Semites; they became a characteristic race: Pure Aryans.
Their skin became white like the snow falling upon them; their eyes took a bluish and greyish hue like the mist that covered them constantly; and their hair became red and blond.
This new emerging religion, based on the cult of Nature, is purely physical and phallic, and foundation of polytheism.
But one day Aryans came back to their original land, and found their preceding black people, Aryans Semites, who kept, by a rudimentary monotheism, the Divine Religion of the Atlanteans, and overcame them
From these two streams –from a forgotten Divine Religion and another natural and human religion that was emerging– the structure of any coming religion was formed.
Then, Aryan religions come into being from memory of a lost divine state and from knowledge of an available natural power of man.
Words of the first Divine Instructors are fused and crystallized with material experience of the peoples; a memory of the divinity becomes material with an image, with a cult of the ancestors, and from this source where God and Man meet, where circle and cross embrace one another, a crystal water will spring up and flood the world and times, with several names, to join again one day to the ocean of man made God.
In all of Aryan religions, with monotheism or polytheism prevailing in them, one finds always the same fundamental bases; in the beginning, the worship is simple and clear like dawn; like any dawn, human quietude turns to divine serenity with songs and hymns; these are conveyed from parents to children, from one people to another and, as time goes by, become holy texts and fundamental languages.
Tradition transforms simple elevations of the soul into ceremonies and worships, and worships claim for vestments, signs and mysteries.
All of Aryan religions follow the same routes and the same path; they are spiritual and pure in the beginning; they become strong and powerful as their go on to progress in order to reach they acme, when mind and spirit of religion come together and become one. Afterward they decline, become intellectual and wise, dogmatic and rigid, cold and dark; and they end up as a sectarian organization, keeping its own divinities.
It must be so, inexorably; a mixture of spirit and matter only can become fight between spirit and matter. Materialism is defeated when spirit is in control but when material force defeats the spirit, the latter hides behind thick veils.
One finds a Real and Divine principle behind dogmatic and practical forms of any religion.
He who knows how to find this Unique principle, knows all religions, participates in all of them and has found the secret, the only and first fountain of them

Teaching 2: Vedas

Thousands of years ago, a great row of Aryans crossed over the Himalayas and, going toward the North of present India, established there their abode.
They were under the guide of the Manu Vaivasvata, a Solar Initiate of First Rank, and ten wise men called Rishis; their names are respectively: Marishi, Atri, Pulastya, Pulaka, Angryas, Kardama, Daksha, Vashishia, Bhrigu and Narada.
They settled there, in the land of Uttura Kuru, a country closed by a circle of high mountains, which could be the present Kashmir.
These Hindu Aryans, of white skin, convex foot, already owners of the fifth sense, first sub-race of the great Aryan race, handed down to their descendants the history of their gorgeous religion written on millenary Vedas.
Vedas –this word means “pure science”– are a series of hymns and chants that those ancient peoples used to offer to their gods; in the beginning, these hymns were not written down, but orally conveyed from generation to generation.
These Vedas are divided into four groups, 1st) Rig-, 2nd) Sutra-, 3rd) Brahman- and 4th) Atharva-Veda.
>From these holy books one may infer they already knew an infinite and immense principle, where from every created thing came into being: that is, Aditi, Infinity.
Behind this universal concept is formed the idea of a personal and strong Creator-God, who contains the whole power of good; this is Indra, the second Hindu god, who fights continuously evil and the spirit of shadows: Vritra.
Vedas call Indra “the unique God that gives love to mortals, helps them and lavishly pours his goods on them
The Aryan Race, before its division into tribes that founded different sub-races, had a unique language, the Zenzar; and in they early roots and words, all of them have a unique root and a unique reference that remembers an area where they stayed formerly, with snows and long winters.
The early language of Aryans is Sanskrit, which later, as time goes by, becomes priestly and religious tongues, like any early language.
To Hindus, Sanskrit is Vak, eternal vibration that they transform into divinity.
In their view, verses of Vedas, in their modulation according to ancient intonations, have an especially powerful vibration called Mantra.
Agni, fire; Phritivi, mother of earth; Mitra, the sun; Varuna, clouds; and Arimau, family Lar; in one word, any manifestation of nature, any custom, virtue, good and evil, are materialized and conveyed as divinities to posterity.
They teach those ancient and nomadic peoples of shepherds gradually settled, from Pañchala, which means “five river land”, today Penjab, to a civilization of great dimensions.
Manu’s laws, the oldest Hindu code, describe bases, order and religion of this people.
Also, in Hindu religion, one can find, after an infinite God (“Aditi”), after a God-Creator (“Indra”), after a tenet about of fight between good and evil (“Indra” and “Vitra), and after the worship of natural and atmospheric forces, the tenet about Trinity, a tenet that you may find en every Aryan religion. This concept is far later than Vedas and represents One God but with three aspects: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, who are image of the cosmic mind, primary energy and undifferentiated substance respectively.
In the study of different religions, you will see step by step this divine and natural tenets, under one name or another, ever renewed, ever the same.
Aryan religion is One, natural and divine, but different races gave them diverse names.

Teaching 3: Hinduism

Aryans established all of their religions, philosophies, literature and arts upon Vedas.
Upanishads and Sutras become moral and philosophy of Hinduism, and are just vast commentaries of early texts based on their religion.
Aryan people grows and becomes strong and powerful; then, their desire of power fosters intestine fights and frightful wars.
In the Puranas, a war between gods and elements is described, in the Ramayana, a war of Aryans guided by the Divine Incarnation of Rama against the Atlanteans; and in the Mahabarata, an internal war of Hindu people. In this epic, Krishna, the eight Avatar of Vishnu, appears and leads Arjuna to victory.
Their conversation, described in the Bhagavad Gita, still is today spiritual basis for many devoted people of India, and followers of this religion are called Vaishnavites.
In the end of the Mahabharata, Shiva, god of destiny and destruction, and Kali, his wife, appear. From that time on, these gods prevailed more and more and they will have more temples in India and a lot of Yogis and Tantrikas, mystics and people with psychic powers that none can surpass in the world; even today, Joggenauth, king of the world driven once a year on his millenary chariot, is image of the god Shiva.
Exercises practiced by Yogis are especially described in Patanjali’s Yoga, in the Sivagma and in Chakra Nirupana. This love of the Hindus for their religion and spiritual practices makes them fit for a multiplication of their religions into innumerable sects, which would be impossible to name; all of them foster the study of inner and abstract things.
Philosophy has powerful foundations that come into being from Hindu religion.
According to the Vedanta Purana, all is maya, with the exception of Non-manifestation..
Though the Vedanta Advaita accepts Absoluteness as the only reality, however tolerates a creational principle, Purusha (Spirit) and a vital and substantial principle, Prakriti (Matter).
Behind these philosophies and theologies, there are infinite Pandits (sages), Brahmacharin (monks), Sanyasis (mystics) that renounce to everything, Initiated yogis that renew, keep, clean and purify continuously the only early religion of the Vedas: Chaitanya-Shankaracharya, and lately Ram Mohum Roy (founder of the Brahmosamaj), Ramakrishna and Vivekananda (founder of the Ramakrishna’s Mission) and Tagore, a poet and philosopher.
As you saw, the pure Vedic religion also has its time of obscurantism after the war described in the Mahabharata.
Priests controlled the government when peoples grew weaker.
These priests were called Brahmans, not after Indra but after the name of the Divinity Brahma. And they strengthen their power by dividing the race into four castes and placing themselves at the top as divine dynasty.
In spite of this, many Brahmans were truly descendants of the ancient Initiated Aryan Kings.
The four castes were divided as follows:
Brahmans: Priests and spiritual leaders of the people;
Chatriyas: Caste of kings and warriors.
Vaisyas: Caste of industrialists and merchants;
Sudras: Caste of servants.
As a negative outcome of these laws, as they became despotic, their results are terrible, which still are difficult to extirpate today.

Teaching 4: Egypt

Ancient Egypt extended beyond the north-western side of Africa to an island that is totally sank today. The first five dynasties, whose memory is lost in centuries, belonged entirely to the Atlantean race and, therefore, were of Semite origin.
After the defeat of ancient Atlanteans by the new race, that is, by the early black Aryan Semites, Egypt was the cradle of the second Aryan-Semite sub-race, which peopled the southern part of present Egypt, after the old Atlantean Egypt was buried in the ocean.
An ancient Egyptian legend remembers this Flood when the King Menes changed the course of the river Nile and built the city of Memphis on the other shore.
Thence Egyptian religion was mostly related and similar to Atlantean Wisdom, and to Divine and Initiatic secrets of the lost continent.
Sciences of Egypt, which built works that today still wonder the world, are missing and hidden because they belonged to the Priestly School of Egyptian Atlanteans, that Pharaohnic Egyptians had inherited and learnt.
The custom of placing the Pharaoh over priests, contrary to Hindu Brahmans’ custom, proves the deeply rooted memory of the early Great Kings of times of the Great Fight, who at the same time were Priests Seers and Initiated Kings.
Egyptian religion essentially is based on this concept: a human and powerful kingdom, image of the Divine and Superior Kingdom.
The Pharaoh, the King, absolute leader of everybody in this great territory, becomes unique power, first voice and true image of God. He rules over life and death, and is true King, protector of his people, unique Priest and intermediary between Earth and Heaven. Nobody is over him, except him.
He had at his disposal not only the army, but also the whole Priestly College; rather, the army was the Pharaoh’s human force, and the priestly caste, his divine force.
A Pharaoh was not only the Mars of war, but also the Highest Oracle of the Temple. In this image of the Intiated King of Egypt the entire power of this undefeated race is summed up, which fearlessly and haughtily will pass through millennia until the fulfillment of its mission and the acquisition of the whole necessary experience.
The Egyptian Kingdom was vast, but properly ruled and led. This people, whose Pharaoh was a God, at the same time deified Nature and forces derived from Nature; and since they were purely peasants and farmers, deified earth and its fruits, the Sun and stars, and over all, the torrential Nile, that great river that was able to produce abundant crop or famine.
This river was so highly deified that they considered a sacrilege any attempt to find out its source, since according to a legend, its source was in Heaven, in the bosom of the divinity.
This simple and hard-working people, with no other religion than momentums of the soul and natural manifestations around, and with no other power than that of their king, toughly fought the Aryans that wanted to deprive them of their own soil, and also fought against the Aryan Semites that came into being from the bosom of the Egyptian people but became independent like the Israelites and Assyrians.
Also, in the dawn of the race, the latter had to fight against the last Egyptian Atlanteans that were violently opposed to formation of this new type of man. Under the guide of their Divine Instructors, the first Pharaohs’ dynasty, they were able to purify their race and their Divine Religion, since around it, which dominated like a strong tree, forms of the human Aryan Religion flourished.
Here is the division of dynasties of Egyptian Pharaohs:
I and II: Thinites;
from III through X: Memphites;
from XI through XX: Thebans; and
from XXI through XXX: Saites.

Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods

Memory of the Divine Atlantean Religion fostered among Egyptians the worship of Solar gods: Ra (the Sun), Atonu (Solar god), Shour and Anuri Amon (gods of days.
Memory of the Great Instructors, of Divine Initiates that had guided this people, inspired gods of the dead: Sokaris, Osiris, Isis, Anubis and Nephtis, are their models. But worship of Nature, that is characteristic in the New Aryan race, creates gods of elements: Gabu (Earth), Buit (Sky), Un (primordial water) and Hapi (the Nile).
These elemental gods, transformed from generation to generation, change and live as men do; they are worshiped in a district and abandoned in another, as if they had human life. But the gods of the dead remain very deeply in the heart of the Egyptians since Menes, their Great Initiated King.
Osiris, Lord of Death, along with his forty-two hellish judges, receives the soul, while the heart of the dead person speaks for or against itself. Isis, Osiris’ wife, is the Veiled Mother, and also symbol of the Moon, queen of death.
Osiris is the Good, but constantly fights against Sit-Typhon, image of Evil. Osiris is defeated by Sit-Typhon and torn into pieces, and his mutilated members thrown to the Nile, but Isis, his sorrowful wife, looks for those mutilated members in the water, unites them and weeps upon the corpse of this God killed and sacrificed for good.
From this mutilated corpse will emerge the liberator; Horus, a chaste child is born; eventually he will defeat Sit-Typhon.
In ancient Egypt, Orisis’ mysteries were commemorated with great festivities, they stayed by the corpse of the sacrificed God, covering the image of Isis with black veils; but His resurrection as Horus was total celebration and joy. We refer to this ceremony to elucidate where from Christian mysteries were copied, namely, the Lord’s Passion, the Lady of Sorrow, and joyful Resurrection and Birth.
They did not consider Solar gods supreme in every district but every district had its prevailing god.
Hathor was adored in Denderah, Nit in Sais, Nekhabit in Khab, and Harmakis in Elephantine.
Gods of Egypt had wonderful temples in Memphis, Thebes and Elephantine, all of them built upon the shore of the Nile; today still you can see the ruins of Karnac, Denderah, Edphu and Philae.
One can see a magnificent religious memory of Egypt in the Sphinx of Gizeh, in millenary pyramids that at a time are funereal tombs, temples where ancestors were venerated, Initiatic chambers and books of stone on which the science of the Universe is written.
Hermes Trismegistus, the “three-times-wise”, is the divine image of a God upon Earth.
In every Aryan Religion you find this man One-among-all, who is revered by as a Divine Incarnation by posterity.
Even in Egyptian religion you find the concept of Trinity, but always behind the aspect of a Divine Family.
Horus comes into being from Osiris and Isis; and Phtah, male god, and Spkhit, goddess give life to Nephertunus.
Upon any tomb of this ancient people, you find these three intertwined divine heads.
Great books of this religion, carefully kept from century to century by priests that possessed the secrets of the Atlantean wisdom, were totally destroyed by those priests and so they did not reach the profane. In Alexandria’s Library, there was some transcribed oral text, but this treasure was destroyed by flames forever; now we know only some fragment –wrongly conveyed– of the Book of the Dead and the Great Kybalion.
Egyptians had an exact idea about the existence of an astral body and they called it double of man, or Ka; thence their great worship of the dead and their art of embalming so beautifully, which nobody could copy. They try to preserve the appearance of the physical body so that a being, as he was born again, could take the same aspect of a past life.
They said Ka, or double body, was a subtle image, reproduction of the physical image, which covered the soul called by them Khu and that emitted subtle radiation and phosphorescence.

Teaching 6: Ten Great Religions

In precedent lessons we have explained the course of two great fundamental religions in the beginning of the Aryan Race. Pure Aryans founded a human religion that, by contact with Aryan Semites, became Human-Divine. The Aryans Semites, who stayed not far away from the limits of the lost land, kept a divine religion that, by its contact with the Aryans of the first sub-race, became Divine-Human.
So there are two fundamental religions: Aryan Vedic and Aryan Egyptian Semite. Alternately, they defeated, surpassed, assimilated and discredited each other, but with one purpose, triumph of Vedic religion and disappearance of Egyptian religion.
Aryan-Aryans founded a human religion that became Divine; meanwhile Aryan Semites disappear along with Egypt, after delivering to white men the treasure of their own Divine Religion.
This was written and was their karma: men of the new race of reason should overcome and the others should be defeated.
Remnants of these Divine Religions survived in Temples of the Sun (Cuzco, in wild and distant areas of America), which disappeared like houses of cards when just a little group of Spaniards came into action, who did not win by power but by right of karma.
Two great Vedic and Egyptian currents founded the ten great religions of the ancient world until the advent of Christianity.
Vedic Aryans gave life to Chaldeans, Persians, Greeks, Gauls and Romans.
Aryan Semites gave life to Assyrians, Sargonides, Israelites, Chinese and Buddhists.
These great religions shaped the Idea-Mother of the entire Aryan race: fight between spirit and matter, balance of pair of opposites, intense fight between human reason and divine intuition.
Chaldeans, Persians and Greeks had light skin and were great promoters of life and civilization by their own efforts; they become a glimpse of what a man can achieve just be means of his own will and discernment.
The Gauls, as a swarm of forgotten Aryans in torrid districts of central Europe, had as their mission to preserve the religion of nature as pure as possible.
The Romans, formed by a Greek refinement and pushed by a wave of barbarians from the north, formed between these two currents the strongest religion of our race, since Christianity and the entire present civilization are founded upon them.
Originally, the Assyrians and Sargonides had dark skin and, by means of their extraordinary development that was more intuitive than rational, they transmitted the Divine religion of Egyptians.
The Israelites, also as a branch from Egyptian Atlanteans, have as their mission to keep by means of their religion the concept of a Unique and Personal God, perpetuated throughout the Aryan Race as living symbol of the origin of our own race.
The Chinese, of Lemurian descent, were absorbed by the Atlantean Religion; the latter was transmitted through the apparent materialism of Confucius’ and Lao-tse’s high teachings.
Although the Buddhists emerged from the very Hinduism, they are a characterization of ancient Egyptian religions; thence that deadly and fierce hatred between Hindus and Buddhists.
The ancient world was based on these ten great religions and the four first sub-races of the Aryan race grew up until their new collapse, fusion and reincarnation in the emerging Christianity and in new religions.

Teaching 7: Chaldean Magicians

As two immense rivers meeting and coming together, the ancient Divine religion of Atlanteans and the new religion of Vedas came together and flourished in the emerging Aryan race.
We have seen how Aryans abandoned plateaus and steppes of northern Asia, migrating in great caravans toward the south.
To the north-east of Africa was an inhospitable and almost uninhabited land, limited by the Black, Mediterranean and Caspian seas, the Indian Ocean and Caucasus.
As an immense mass of salt, the very thin sand of the desert was the only owner of this territory; but the new race –later known by the name of the Medes– settled on the eastern limit of this desert.
Two large rivers, Euphrates and Tigris, crossed this desert and relieved and helped in the foundational task of the new inhabitants. Those white men found there nomadic tribes of black Semites, destroyed them or had them under control, but avoiding any fusion with them and learning from these descendants of Atlanteans the history of their Divine Religion and of their lost greatness.
Afterward, the history of the destroyed Atlantis will be written on Chaldean annals under the legend of “God Belos”. Because of human wickedness, God decides to destroy them and instructs Xisutros to build an ark and to keep in it all that is good, and to sail toward the land of Nicir, a promised land of salvation
>From it, the Hebrews copied the Bible’s story about the Universal Flood.
Titan and Ner, Chaldean giants, also are glimpses of their knowledge about the Atlantean race.
The early Chaldeans’ fight against unruly Nature, the uncomfortable territory, and memory of the natural worship of their Aryan ancestors resulted in a deification of elements and of natural phenomena. But their deepest worship, which would reach a very high level of civilization, is that of the existence of life after death, of reincarnation, and of the influence of good and bad beings on Earth and men.
So, an early Chaldean Priest is a charmer that, by a perfect vocalization, moves away lower spirits and prays for the protection of good spirits.
This deep study of magic arts leads Chaldean priests and Initiates to be great chemists and very knowledgeable about the hidden aspect of Nature. As they learnt that any human influence depends upon stellar and sidereal influence, they were perfect astronomers. This is so true that Chaldean temples can be taken as great observatories.
Ancient temples were rectangular and called Ziggourats, with three, four or seven superposed floors. They were built on large artificial ridges, and the superior floor, with a half-spherical form, was a perfect telescopic device cast in silver and gold. In it there was the secret chamber of Goddess Ishtar, and nobody could enter, except the Great Initiated Priests or the Enlightened that had achieved mental clairvoyance.
Chaldean peoples that in the beginning are clans for discipline of their organization, very soon got great power and civilization. With no stones or marble like the Egyptians, they were able to write their history on immense bulks of mud, which survived until our days.
Also they adored a Unique God, Zi Ana (Creator-God), Zi Kia (humanised God), a redeemer made man, called the Great and Sublime Fish.
See here the similarity of Christ, who brings a religion symbolized a by fish as Divine Incarnation of the Chaldeans. Enlil is the evil aspect of God, king of shadowy places, of hells and evil.
Also, the Chaldeans knew the religious tenet of a Trinity, since they dignify Anu, Bel and Ea as one God with three heads.

Teaching 8: Iranian Religion

As Aryan civilizations were succeeding one another, religions experienced changes, modifications and transformations.
On the basin of river Tigris, in Central Asia, a strong and indomitable people, the Assyrian people, soon grew up and developed a powerful civilization.
Populous and lost cities if Assur, Ninive and Kalakh are memorials of this great people. As their great enemy, the Egyptian people, whom they defeated and by whom they were defeated, they deify the aspect of Nature, Goddess Dove, the great queen Semiramis; meanwhile the worship of the male aspect of God was symbolized by the Holy Fire burning constantly in their temples.
Sargonides, Medes and Persians worshipped the two aspects: fire as God, and Deified Nature as Goddess.
But a new religion should emerge: a religion deifying and exalting further the divine concept, and liberating it from a lot of idols, statues and varied worships.
The Divine Atlantean religion, had been crushed by monstrous statues of numerous gods, and the pure and natural religion of the early Aryans had been replaced by gross forms.
Assur, the winged god emerged from the Solar disk, whose image was copied by the Greeks for their god Hermes, had lost any harmonious significance of mankind linked with the Divine.
On a vast plateau of Asia, surrounded by rivers Indus and Tigris, and the Caspian Sea, a new Aryan race was taking form, a mixture of Persians, Medes and Assyrians: the Iranian or Persian race.
In the dawn of their civilization, a Great Initiate, Zarathustra (sixth century b.C.) descended among them to restore and harmonize religious worship.. This Great Being destroyed idolatry and raised the standard of the Great God, the Unique God, the Solar Word: Ahuramazda.
Since then, Solar worship, symbol of the Divine Religion of the Atlanteans, will shine in any standard, throne and altar.
In his youth, Zarathustra is taken by Vohumano, tutelary god of the race, to a high mountain and there Ahuramadza gives him the Avesta, the holy code of the new religion. Also Moses, lawgiver of the Jewish people, receives Jehovah’s Law on a mount.
Even in death this new religion is devoid of many forms, since it exposes corpses of its dead people on high towers, and birds of prey eat them and the sun reduces their bones to ashes.
Iranian religion established the two fundamental principles of good and evil. Good has to be rewarded in this lifetime and in the hereafter; evil has to be punished in this lifetime by the law and in the hereafter by divine pain and punishments.
Iranian religion open a new parenthesis between Aryan religions that had lost their early harmony, based on a monotheistic and polytheistic worship at a time; if later, as time goes by, and like any religion, Iranian religion became materialistic and worshipped several gods, every successive religion never missed the true concept of religion of the race, which is a divine memory contained in human form.
Circle and cross appear everywhere: the Holy Ankh of the Divine Mother shines on heaven of any religion of the Aryan race.

Teaching 9: Assirian Goddess of War

A new people had emerged between the powerful Chaldean and Egyptian empires.
Chaldeans, Assyrians, Phoenicians, Syrians, Sargonides and Persians are the third Aryan sub-race called Iranian.
Aryans sub-races are divided as follows:
Aryan Root Race:
First sub-race: Aryan-Aryan
Second sub-race: Aryan-Semite
Third sub-race: Aryan-Iranian
Fourth sub-race: Aryan-Celtic
Fifth sub-race: Aryan-Teutonic (that is ending)
Sixth sub-race: Aryan-American (that is beginning).
Assyrian people, chosen among Chaldean Aryan-Semites and destined to form a Vedic religion par excellence became strong, indomitable and combative, since Assyria was destined to remain independent at cost of continuous wars, for it was surrounded by enemy powers.
So, of course, Assyrian religion was warlike par excellence and personified powers of war, combat and victory.
Assur, King of the Assyrians, is an Aryan Initiate, who guides this people toward the conquest of a new civilization: civilization through power.
Because the Assyrians felt strong, were not cruel with the defeated, and so they learnt their teachings, assimilated their good habits and intermingled constructive values.
Assur, an Initiated King, becomes Holy City, and this Holy City becomes living Sanctuary with a supreme worship –Assur.
The Great Assur’s Library demonstrated the progressive nature of the Assyrians. If contained documents about the ancient Atlantean civilization, the history of early Assyrians and the book of prophecy and edification of the great pyramid of Kheops. Remnants of small boards and writings on impermeable paper, belonging to this library, can be found in the British Museum.
Since Assyrian religion is combative, its God-Constructor is the Great King that constructed the Assyrian kingdom, Nilo, the Victor. The female aspect of the Divinity is represented by Semiramis, divine daughter of Derketos of Askalon.
As Semiramis is born, she is abandoned and picked up by a shepherd called Simas, who reared her lovingly and instructed her in the art of war. As a wife of Cannes, she followed him in combats; Nino fell in love with her, and abducted and associated her with the empire. Since then, her life consisted in riding a shining battle horse, from victory to victory, founding temples, defeating enemies, and granting many treasures of art to the great Ninive. Later, her son Ninias conspired against her and as she knew it, grief-stricken, became a white dove that disappeared on the sky.
The early worship of the Assyrians was like that of the Chaldeans. They worshipped the God Belos and offered sacrifices to him; but later they formed their own worship by deifying their kings or by transforming those foreign gods into national divinities.
Today nothing remains of this ancient religion, but its history of religious greatness, of a One-and-Trine God, and of punishment and reward after death, is written on any successive religion.
As the Assyrian people began to decline, early worships, pure and strong, which besought victory before a combat or celebrated a triumph after a battle with simple and primitive rites, were substituting them for luxurious ceremonies and human sacrifices.

Teaching 10: The Sun of Iran

>From the shores of the Oxus and Laxartes, placed near the mystical plateau of Pamir, the Iranian descended toward Bactriana and Nizaya. The Empires of Medes and Persians emerged from this numerous nomadic tribes.
Stories about great cities (Ecbatana and Persepolis) of these nations came to us like a dream.
It is in vain to discuss about the Aryan source of these peoples, since it is too much patent their likeness in literature and language.
The Zend-Avesta is an image of the Vedas. Their early language is like Zenzar and Sanskrit, as it appears in the Avesta, a book entirely lost, since the Zend-Avesta was just a commentary on the early text (“Zen” means Commentary).
The religious concept of Persians was natural and divine. Everything emanated from the Eternal Being, called Zervani-Akerena (the Non-Manifested Being), expressed as a manifested god: Ormuzd or Ahuramazda. Also there was a god of evil: Ahriman.
Their concept about life was not of absolute good or absolute evil, because in their view the highest sense of pairs of opposites prevailed. Ormuzd does not win always, but periodically does; there is an age of good and an age of evil. One thing balances the other. But the great god of Persians is Mithra, image of cosmic energy.
Ormuzd, Ahriman and Mitra form the Holy Trinity. Good and evil pass away, but the Divine Energy remains eternally.
This concept of Solar worship, makes the Solar image shine in Persian palaces and standards. The entire Iran is the city of the god Sun.
Worship of fire emerges as a result of this fire adoration.
In those shining temples of gold, fire is the only symbol, the only image. Priests foretell the future by means of flames, and the voice of the gods reaches them through fire. Moses would remember this when God spoke to him from the burning bush.
The Great Prophet of Iran was Zarathustra, Divine Incarnation appeared four-thousand years ago to renew the Persian people in decay. One should not mistake this prophet for Zoroaster, who was the Initiate that led the early Iranians from Bactriana to the plateau of Iran.
The entire Persian religion is cosmogonic and astronomic, both as to its symbol as to its form. The Sun is the abode of the blessed souls, but to go up go it, souls have to pass through seven doors, image of the planets, but also image of initiatic stages that have to be climbed to reach liberation or the state of Solar Initiate.
No evidence remains of this great civilization or of the great progress of the Persians, since history only knows something since Sasanids’ dynasty.
Persians also had in Persepolis is fantastic library and a museum with samples of the most remote times of the Aryans, which were vandalized by the Greeks under Alexander’s command.
Now, Persian religion has disappeared totally in Iran, but in India we find Mazdeism, an image of that ancient religion, second religion after Hinduism, which is extant up to our days. Even today, a Mazdeistic or parsi priest kindles but does not touch the holy fire; upon the top of two poles of sandal, he puts the ember and, in certain temples, he remains but does not kindle this fire, expecting for years a lightening from the sky to kindle it.
From Persians and early Aryan worshippers of Agni, the worship of fire has passed to any religion and will cross with them this symbol of Nature and Divinity until the end of the race.

Teaching 11: Sargonides

Usually the second Assyrian-Semite era of this Iranian people is called Assyria; but there is a great difference between these two eras and between both peoples.
We have seen Assyrians were of Aryan-Semite descent and had assimilated early black peoples under their control..
They grew up and became powerful and wise, but also underwent times of decadence.
They did not worship the Unique God; priests were not messengers between the Highest Being and men; their powerful temples, reservoir of warlike energy, were just galleries with statues of gods of any form and dimension; their kings were not direct descendants of the mythological king Nino, but indulged in vice and apathy.
Meanwhile Semitic provinces, under Assyrian control, had become strong, hated pagan customs and wished to worship again the only true God.
God created a Semitic man who was an indomitable warrior, with great courage and strength, called Sargon.
He actively encouraged his brothers of race against the kings, a war ensued, and gradually he defeated and brought them under control, becoming Lord and King in the entire Assyrian territory.
That is why he is called “Sargon the Usurper”; the era of Assyrian Sargonides, of Semitic origin, begins with him.
This man renewed the people and cities, founded new cities, crushed rebellious provinces, destroyed idols and re-established the worship to God revered in spirit and truth.
Until his assassination, he lived amid war and reformation. After dissolving the barrier of Egypt and Elman against Assyria, he created an immensely great kingdom.
After conquering Chaldea and plundering Babylon for the second time, he built seven-step temples in which the holy tree was revered; this tree represented the seven eternal manifestations and was a copy of the mysteries of goddess Ishtar and of god Belos of Babylon.
Ancient pieces of clay represent the king Sargon standing, before the holy tree, his head inclined as in adoration.
This holy tree represents manifested God, according to Sargon’s priests.
Its first part is of three branches, and represented the lower or animal manifestation; the second part, of red branches, represented life of man; other branches, of light blue color, represented the existence of intermediate worlds in which past warriors dwelt.
The rest of superior branches, of yellow color, represented the abode of angels or superior spirits. Fifth, sixth and seventh branches are image of the God Trine and Invisible.
This strong Semitic race later has to leave its teachings, symbols and writings to the Moabites and Hebrews, and by the latter all this would reach our days.

Teaching 12: The Hebrews

In the course of the first period of the Iranian sub-race, pure Aryans prevailed in government and direction of the peoples, as in Chaldea and Assyria. But since the second period of the Iranian sub-race, the copper-skinned Semites prevailed again, as can be seen in Sargonides, Phoenicians, Arameans, Moabits and Hebrews.
The Semites would not stop controlling the world, especially in relation to religion and spirituality, until the growth and development of the Celtic sub-race, and this produced brave and admirable purely Aryan peoples like those of Greeks, Italics and Gauls.
Many Semites, settled in several places of Asia, became wandering tribes and strong peoples as Phoenicians, Arameans and, on a lower scale, Moabits did.
But others rejected this sedentary living and to them desert was better than any city, a tent was better than a comfortable house, and unleavened bread of furnaces was better than any tasty dish.
Usually, among other peoples, including the Semites, Divinity was divided into parts, with different aspects and forms.
But these pure children of the sand and of infinite routes had in their simple minds a unique concept about God: Eloh, the spirit, the invisible one, unknown power, what they were unable to define.
These nomadic Terachits, divided themselves into several tribes, perhaps the twelve tribes of Israel. But those of Ben Israel and Ben Jacob had to prevail over the rest of them.
These nomads that Assyrians and Chaldeans called Hibrim –which means Hebrews, that is, those who come from beyond the river– were highly devoted to preserve their own race and the purity of their blood.
They were descendants of Atlantean Semites, those who for centuries and centuries had to fight and keep their blood intact to transmit it to following generations and to form the new type of man.
Their ancestral mission had been to maintain in the world the physical type of the new race that they had begotten from their Atlantean ascendants.
They manifested this strong preservation of the race by refusing absolutely to mix their blood with anyone of another tribe.
This subconscious concept of the Hebrews –preservation of the race– has been transmitted in the course of time until today, and they had to experience and will experience many sufferings by following the instinct of the race.
The religion of the early Hebrews was entirely simple and wide.
While caravans and camels were crossing slowly those roads that led toward the Euphrates or paths of Syria or of Forelebanon, they offered prayers to the Almighty, with slow rhythmic chants as the Iasar of the Israelites and the Kitab-el-Aghani of theArabians did.
Now and then they settled and camped near an oasis and, before following slowly their walk, rose a stone memorial called “Iad” or, when they did not find a big stone, they put together a lot of stones that until today are called “El Galgail” by Arabians of the desert.
Among them, “Eloh” was personified by the wind that formed enormous dunes and whistled night and day through their tents; by lightening that stroke inexorably their livestock, so lovingly guided by them; by the Moon that traced their paths by a strip of light projected on the sand; and by the starry sky and the burning Sun.
Instead of dividing these elements and of giving them different names and attributes, they assimilated and united them in one expression of supernatural power, “Elohim”, which is at the same time God One and powers of God becoming One.
This simple worship, practiced by the early Egyptians and Assyrians, but gradually lost in the course of the time and progress, had laid the foundations of the monotheistic concept such as it still exists in the world.
Jehovah is the name given to God later, when this God One becomes more material and more linked with destinies of Israel’s people.
The Hebrews had no mythology, since they carried with them, in the Teraphim or portable ark, certain oil usually poured by them on stone memorials.
The Hebrews had worships and temples after their bondage in Egypt and Babylon, once they had settled in Palestine.

Teaching 13: Moses’ Religion

The Atlanteans had a divine religion that, by considering the Absolute One as source of all things and unique reality, was reluctant to reflect about physical life and the purpose of man after death.
But this concept became total materialism in the entirely decadent last Atlanteans sub-races.
The Semites that inherited this religion had the same concept about man. God is Everything, the Absolute One, the Unnameable One, Who comprises everything, but man is transient.
In contrast to the Aryans, who believe in life after death and in “Pitris”, invisible protectors of the race, the Semites and particularly the Hebrews do not believe in the survival of man in the hereafter; to them, their name uttered reverently after their death and the memory of the Patriarch, perpetuated in the race, are enough.
Beyond there is just the nothing, eternal silence, what a man must not investigate. In the most extraordinary of cases, certain chosen men will be taken off, even alive, toward the kingdoms of God, to live close to him.
Nomadic tribes of the Hebrews, or rather, some few of them, had settled so steadily in low Egypt that took their own name, since they were called Ben-Joseph. They prevailed over Ben-Israel’s and Ben-Jacob’s tribes, and after attracting these tribes, they controlled them in an aristocratic way.
But frequent nomadic invasions had weakened Egypt and Pharaohs, and periodical internal revolutions were produced by these foreigners in Pharaohs’ provinces.
A young man that served the Egyptian worship, or Levi, called Moses, incited the Hebrews against the Pharaohs, and guided this people to escape toward the desert of Canaan.
The Hebrew people did not take anything from the Egyptian worship, since in Judea always deemed censurable whatever could remember Egypt: the golden calf, the serpent of brass, and other idols. They just preserved the Egyptian priesthood that they copied from the Levis.
The entire worship Hebrew, as you have see, is based on worships of Chaldea and Assyria. But the pure early worship of the Elohim, that had culminated in he beautiful patriarchal figure of Abraham and that only was monotheistic universal, gradually becomes racial monotheism: Yahveh, the Jehovah of the Jews, now is not the Eternal God comprising all, but the peculiar god of the new people, a god reduced to a narrow strip of land, to a short number of man and to a personal relativity.
As this people settles in Canaan as a steady tribe, further condenses in itself this individual god.
The spiritual concept of the Hebrews becomes more obscure, in spite of the reign of David and of Solomon’s Temple; as the earthly splendor progresses more and more, materialism prevails more and more among them.
But pain and prophets awakened this people to preserve in the course of races the heritage of Semitic religion.
During their bondage in Babylon, far away from Jerusalem, far away from splendors of Palestine and from the great solemnity of their destroyed Temple, they thought again of the true immensity of God and to listen to words of eternal life of their prophets.
Back in Jerusalem, by will of Cyrus “the Great”, King of Persia, they re-established the purest worship. Ezra compiles lost and scattered laws of the people, and enlarges and established definitively the Torah.
The spiritual life flourishes; and philosophies and men of religion proclaim the existence of the spirit after death.
Later, the Sadducees are materialistic, while the Pharisees are the spiritual branch in Israel.
They consider not only the dead letter of law, but also study its esoteric and hidden part. And when the emerging Christians wanted to appropriate the holy books of the Hebrews, the latter handed them over the Christians with no trouble; so they gave the dead letter to the Christians, and hid the esoteric part –beautifully reflected on the Talmud.

Teaching 14: The Greeks

In the Aegean islands, a barbaric people grew up, descendant of pure Aryans, which had to be the origin of the Celtic sub-race and founder of Greece.
Seemingly destiny left in the deepest darkness and abandonment those peoples that must be founders of great races and glorious dynasties.
These half-savage peoples did not know literature, arts or social system; they lived entirely in contact with Nature, practicing a purely human and external religion, a residue of the early Aryan religion.
Among them, every force of Nature, every manifestation of life becomes a divinity. They do not recognize the concept of a Unique God or an almighty king upon Earth, which Semites ad Egyptians regarding their Pharaoh did. Established as clans, Greece never was greater than when it was ruled as a republic.
The new Greece takes form through these Aegean, Ionic and Doric tribes.
Their oldest memories are contained in two national epics: the Iliad, describing Troy’s destruction, and the Odyssey, singing Ulises’ adventures.
Great cities emerge around temples of different divinities, and at the same time they are religious and legislative heads of these peoples; among them: Athens, Sparta, Corinth, Thebes, Samos and Miletus.
Thanks to its progress, Greece extends toward the southern part of Italy, called “Magna Graecia”.
Their god, Zeus, son of Rhea, inspires them a feeling of invincible power at any price. Demether, goddess of earth and fertility, assures them the fruit of a work properly done. Aphrodite, goddess of love, born of white foam of the sea, grants them their right to pleasure and life. And Olympus, the mount of Macedonia, becomes the paradise, abode of their manifold gods and of perennial happiness.
After defeating Persians, they become more and more strong and great, and in times of Alexander, son of the king Philip of Macedonia, the Celts reached the acme of perfection.
Alexander founded a city in Egypt, which will be site of the new Ptolemaic empire, and there the greatest and richest museum and library will be established, with learned documents never seen by Humanity.
As Greece becomes greater, it acquires knowledge about the unity of God. One finds always a human and divine religion. From there the greatest philosophers will come: first, Socrates, sentenced to death for his belief a Unique God; and later Plato, his discipline, who wonderfully posed the existence of a supreme being and explained the hidden meaning of different Greek divinities.
And after them, Aristotle, Xenophon and many others came.
But Pythagoras becomes a glorious resume of ancient wisdom. He explains the Vedantic meaning of eternity and the creational aspect of the universal with mathematical accurateness.
No religion like Greek religion expresses the purity and simplicity of the early worship of the Aryans. Gradually natural forces incarnate and become living persons and divinities; their beauty is such that, thousands of years after disappearing the Greeks and their religion, they continue to live in treatises written by their philosophers, who are studied until today, and in art monuments that would immortalize those legends.

Teaching 15: Greek Gods

The true worship with gods, images and ceremonies begins in ancient Greece during the period called Mycenaean period. But Greek idols just reach the acme during the Hellenic era.
The Hellenic era is composed of Aeolian, Ionan and Dorian dynasties. By these three forces together, Greece thrives on religion, poetry, sculpture and music, since the Hellenic worship is a consequence of fine arts, and fine arts are not a consequence of worship as in other religions.
Any power, any momentum, any act of bravery joins to arts and creates a god.
One can see this in the birth of popular mythology. Kronos and ancient Titans are a civilization in its cradle, a culture in its beginning, since Zeus, the great god, emerges from this uneducated and strong people. He is already a god that is symbol of strength, order, victory and steady law for progress and magnificence of the Greek.
In the Olympus, site of his reign, he assembles divinities of any kind: of air, sea, earth and hell. He is the Absolute One that contains by iron fist and unyielding will every human and divine power, according with the Hellenic dream: to be the only people that would control and dominate everybody by persuasion, strength and all arts.
As you can see, the empire of Greece did not die in the world.
Zeus divides his heavenly kingdom with his brothers Poseidon and Ares. Hera, wife and sister of the God, is symbol of potential power and manifestation; a multitude of sons and daughters assist these severe gods in their reign.
Pallas Athena is goddess of power and war; she watches over Athens and scholars, since she is born of an inspired thought of Zeus.
Phoebus, god of the Solar light, symbol of the Sun’s vital energy, adorned with beauty and grace, holding an arrow and a lyre, hurts eager people for learning and bewitches them by means of poetry, music and fine arts.
Artemis is the sister of the Sun, symbol of a clear night, of the Moon, countryside and hunters: she protects and regulates physiological life of women.
Hermes, symbol of Christ, symbol of the son of God, is revered as messenger of gods; he protects youth, the future promise of the people, and eventually saves souls and guides them toward the mansion of peace.
Hephaestus is the God of fire; none, except him, is able to work metals, symbol of mystical fire and of the life-giving current of beings, and image of the Indian Kundalini; Aphrodite, goddess of beauty, love and generation, would be unable to give life to men without the assistance and great power of Hephaestus. He is the only legitimate husband, in spite of other lovers of Aphrodite, because generation power is one in its fundamental aspect.
Ares is god of violent war, and hated by the rest of gods. Hestia is a goddess patron of home, like a guardian angel or like the meek Joseph among Catholics.
Poseidon, image of instinctive matter, is sovereign of waters and sea, and of storms and earthquakes; he hold a trident, symbol of power of the elementals or of that of the lower triangle: instinctive mind, original energy and rough matter.
Demeter, sister of Zeus, is mother of earth; she is like the spirit of earth that gives life to Nature, makes trees flower, fertilizs crops and gives abundant grapes.
But Dyonisus or Bacchus is god of wine, symbol of bacchanalia, oblivion and astral pleasure.
Those above mentioned are not the only gods in the Hellenic Olympus, because after them there are a lot of minor gods, namely, the three Parcae, symbol of goddesses of karma; the nine Muses; and the three Charites, symbol of grace and beauty.
The Greeks also deified heroes, but the true worship strove to find the Only God behind every aspect of each divinity.
Xenophanes, a great philosopher, deplored the concept of the common people about worshipping the external symbol of gods and forgetting the Only God, with no body or form, who is pure essence.
Poetry greatly helped by enriching nuptial, funereal and epic songs.
As early as before Homer’s Odyssey, there is memory of great poets such as Linus, Hymenaeus, Museus, Orpheus and Anphion.
As we said earlier, arts of any type created worship and co-operated with it

Teaching 16: Arts and Philosophies

With the exception of the Greek people, in arts and philosophy no people reached such high level, which is difficult to surpass.
This civilization, born between pillars of the seven sciences, touched and deepened any knowledge, discovered and synthesized any beauty, and gave a new sense to life by means of poetry, literature and philosophy.
It is impossible to name every artist of the archaic period, because they are very numerous; among them one may remember Solon that been also a poet, gave laws to Athens, and was one of the seven sages in those heroic times. Even one cannot forget Sapho, a wonderful poetess, who chanted to pleasures of living through such delicate lines that very few could do after her.
Pindar was the greatest Greek poet, but just fragments of his poems came to our days, and the same happened with many of them, i.e., Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Epicharmus and Aristophanes.
Even Aesop, an author of satirical prose, or Herodotus, a historian, should not be forgotten.
But Greek knowledge really increases thanks to that legion of scholars and lovers of the truth –the philosophers.
That pillar of wonderful sages begins with Xenophanes. As early as in his time he wrote authoritatively about the origin of the Universe and the concept of Divinity.
But it is in the Attic period that philosophers flourish.
Thales of Miletos, who based his philosophy on the study of physics, geometry and astronomy, is the oldest thinker. He considered water as the first original principle of every natural thing.
Anaximader and Anaximenes belong to his school, both of them from Miletos, who considered the universe, besides its physical composition, as result of a more subtle and unknown element, which they named “Infinite concrete mass”.
Also Heraclitus of Ephesus belonged to the physical school and attributed a divine spirit to elements.
In those days, Xenophanes, a monotheistic philosopher, hated images and seemingly was a predecessor of iconoclasts.
But the most outstanding philosophical school was the Italic school, under Pythagoras. First of all, he was a great mathematician that applied foundations of mathematics and algebra to the universe and to metaphysical laws. He is one of the first to express the idea of metempsychosis or reincarnation.
Leucipus of Elea founded an atomistic school and held the human soul is a causal and energetic result of an atomic cell agglutination
Empedocles wants to synthesize spirit and matter. So he imagines the universe like two great currents that, as they mix, create manifested life.
Anaxagoras was the first to divide elements into groups, and Hippocrates, a philosopher and physician, did the same.
But Greek philosophies had declined and were more and more materialistic, until the sophists and their school.
Then Socrates emerged –the great philosopher of the spirit.
Plato, his disciple, completed Socrates’ work; he was the founder of the Academy, and left very numerous writings in which one can perceive clearly his deep spiritual and esoteric spirit.
Since then, philosophers begin to fly through spaces of the mind and to look for subtle questions related to imponderable things.
Aristotle is philosopher of ideas, of the mind, of spiritual conceptions, of the static sense of life, and founder of the peripatetic school.
As these spiritual schools expanded, other two centers had come into being in Athens: the Epicurean school and the Stoic school.
Epicurus, founder of the former, taught his disciples that gods do not deal with human matters, and man came into being to enjoy wisely pleasures of life, meeting in a right balance his desires, rejecting pain and anguish, and that one should not fear death because it is just the dissolution of the body.
Zeno of Cippo founded the Stoic school; in his view happiness of man consists just of virtue and complete control of passions. The entire Christian moral is based on this school, and in its view the human soul is not an emanation of the divinity but a part of this divinity, and the summum bonum consists in being able to help our neighbors.
The last Greek philosophers, called “of the Roman period”, quite influenced by the greatness of Rome, were Iamblichus, Heliodorus, Dyionisius and many others. Among them there are certain Christians belonging to the Neo-Platonic school, such as Justin, Origen, Basil and Eusebius.
Ammonius Saccas deserves an especial mention; he was founder of the Neo-Platonic esoteric school and teacher of the virgin Hypatia, that great woman from Alexandria stoned to death by a crowd of uneducated Christians.
Also Basilides belonged to this school; we can conclude that the excellent legion of Greek philosophers has perished with her; they were founders of every school that still are in force in the world.

Teaching 17: The Romans

The Black Forest was inhabited by a nomadic tribe of early Aryans; attracted by mild weather of western lands, they came down through the present Brenner until Venetian countries, and from there went into the centre of the ancient Saturnia.
There they founded a flourishing community that consisted of clans, and lived by grazing, hunting and fishing.
Their religion was like that of any Aryan: purely natural.
They worshipped elements and their manifestations; their priests foretold the future by the flight of birds, by the sound of the wind through branches of the tress and by the form of flames in the holy fire.
From there the powerful people of the Racenes –later called Etruscans– came into being; the high level of their civilization can be ascertained today by remnants of monuments discovered in excavations of those missing cities.
But other peoples, of Semitic origin, and particularly those tribes later called Ligures, invaded the Italic peninsula, killed their old inhabitants and imposed their laws and religion of Egyptian and divine origin.
Since then the worship of ancestors begins, and also the transformation of a hero or dead chief of the tribe into God.
The origin of the ancient Romans is entirely mythological and based on beliefs of every ancient Aryan religion; a god made man.
Rhea Silvia, a priestess of the fiery or solar worship, secretly married to the God Mars, becomes Romulus’ and Remus’ mother. These two children consist of a human and divine manifestation. Abandoned in the river by a shepherd and suckled by a she-wolf, they symbolize the descent of the pure souls to the lower worlds in order to conquer them.
After he killed his brother, Romulus founded a people of outlaws, and they forged a kingdom by means of work and efforts.
So, like the Assyrians, their religion is based on strength, power, war, order, law and militarism.
The supreme religion of the Romans consists of courage, victory in combat and grandeur of the people.
Their only God, their only king is the king that rules, or a dictator or emperor. They have no other god, except for an indomitable pride that never stops them or lets them rest.
Certainly, the Eagle was the first religious image of the Romans because they wanted always to fly upper and upper like an eagle.
After they become great and extend extraordinarily their domains, by coming into contact with the Greeks, who had an inborn sense of religion and mythology, they choose gods.
The Romans never had their own gods, because these were carried away or copied from the Hellenic Olympus. Jupiter, king of heaven, is Zeus in Athens; Venus is Aphrodite; Mars is Ares; Apollo is Phoebus; Vulcan is Hephaestus; and so on.
But the concept of family worship or early worship declined because by imitating the Greeks, Romans undermined the greatness of Rome.
The Romans were particularly very superstitious or very skeptic, and because of their enormous power and splendor, they attracted any worship coming from other extant religions.
In the times of the empire there were countless sects in Rome, sometimes in detriment and belittlement of their own gods and worship. Therefore, it was to be expected certain reaction like that in the times of the Christians.
The Roman Empire had tolerated all and had admitted any god in its pantheon, but could not renounce to deify their ruler because the support and structure of the entire empire rested on the almost divine power of the soldiers in the control. Thence the violent persecution against those Christians that denied this basic divinity of the empire.
Romans were not rich in science or philosophy because they adapted Greek philosophers and foreign sciences, and in their view, war was the supreme interest and only desire of man.
The Roman religious worship can be divided into three stages:
1) Period of natural and family worship of a warlike people, that of its highest flourishing.
2) Period of adopting Greek gods, that of settlement of the empire.
3) Christian period; quick decline in the great empire of eagles.

Teaching 18: The Celestial Empire

Chung-Ku, center of earth, unshakeable place that the waters did not remove entirely from continental summits preserved like a relic a small group of Lemurian men, adapted to the weather of the new continents defeated or controlled by black Atlanteans or instructed at the same time by them. As the Aryan race emerges, still they survive; they do not die, but transform and adapt themselves; so we have a yellow man short, lengthened eyes, with characteristic idiosyncrasy, like a living relic of the missing Lemurian race colored in the Aryan race.
The origins of Chinese civilization (Chun-Chin) are lost in the mist of Vedic times, since Vedas were those tribes settled on Chung-Yang’s' rock, defeating early inhabitants, assimilated and adapted among them.
This country, extended from Tibet to the Yellow sea, has kept better than anyone else the concept of a divine religion, since like the Egyptians they see the Supreme Being in their emperor that rules over men and gods; the Pantheon of Chinese gods, in their category, are subject to the emperor’s orders; thence the name of this kingdom: Celestial Empire.
Yu, of Hia’s dynasty, is the oldest and real emperor, since former dynasties are just myths and legends.
He erects cities, organizes armies, fights against his enemies and is always a winner.
Chinese annals are from those times and are perfect codes of social, moral and economic order.
This dynasty may go back to one thousand five hundred years before Jesus Christ. Its successors enlarged their domains and surrounded their lands by an immense rampart that still survives like a relic of Chinese grandeur.
But it is Confucius who transforms the imperial grandeur of China into a religion.
He transforms the military order into practical philosophy: obedience to the king into filial devotion, like that of a son or a daughter to his father, and of man to God. He establishes a discipline that should transform human pain into continuous happiness; but to make this possible, a leader, a chief must be necessarily perfect and of strictly moral living.
The Book of Annals, written by him, became a code, a religious text, which still is a guide of the high Chinese aristocracy.
But Confucius’ religion does not deal of life after death, since it is merely materialistic. Its entirely purpose consists of granting to man a happier, more comfortable living.
Lao-tse is a philosopher and great Chinese Initiate in metaphysics. He teaches the science of the soul; in his view, all we see is a manifested sublime principle, hidden and fundamental, and true bliss consists of looking for that unique truth, which is able to reinstate man in his early state.
Yang, male principle, and Yin, female principle, are the two energetic powers that sustain the universe.
Lao-tse’s disciples in China are so numerous that they form both a real army and a religion that still exists, called Taoism. “Tao” means “path”, “religion”; but in the course of times, the Tao’s religion lost its early concepts of pure spirituality and became magic religion. It is a Taoistic priest he who moves away evil spirits, consecrates family manes, makes amulets and relics, and prepares certain liquor extracted from peaches, which is like an elixir of life, a rejuvenating tonic.
Buddhism was the most disseminated religion in China, but today Shintoism prevails, which is a synthesis of the three, though independent and based on the worship of fire. The emperor professes this religion because it is the synthesis of the other three; the aristocracy follows Confucius’ laws; priests and sages follow those of Lao-tse, and the people is Buddhist.
Yellow man, over all religions, tends to preserve his own millenary religion, which is the most perfect synthesis of the two great religions intertwined –Arian and Atlantean– of the true eternal religion: Celestial Empire of the Souls.

Teaching 19: Buddhism

Indian religion had degenerated in such a way that became mere external idolatry.
Superior castes tyrannized the people infusing religious terror into them. Even images of gods, with awful aspect, monstrous heads and macabre postures did not infuse love or veneration but superstition and panic.
Just as after a tremendous storm the waters become quiet and the sun shines, so amid Hindu decadence, the Buddha’s religion emerges on the firmament of the world like a radiant sun.
The Aryan religion of the Hindu, too much permeated by materialism, was to be substituted for a new monotheistic religion.
Certainly, this awakened the heart of the ancient Vedic religion, which seeing itself whipped by the new faith, tried to recover its pristine form; but also it left a deep groove in the world of universal religions.
Buddhism is so closely linked with the figure of its founder that it is impossible to speak of the one not remembering the other.
In Kapilavastu, small Punjabi kingdom, prince Siddhartha, ninth incarnation of god Vishnu, is born. Devaki Maya, his mother, dies during the delivery, and the king, his father, and sages of the kingdom take care of him. He grows up being unaware of miseries of the word, very comfortable in his palace. At the age of twenty, he marries a neighbor princess, and very soon becomes father of a little body.
But an infinite doubt stirs the mind of this beautiful prince: he desires to know life such as it is.
Therefore, unobserved, one day gets out of his palace and as soon as he sees men suffering, getting older and dying, decides to quit his crown and his family to go in search of the secret of the eternal happiness.
The prince becomes a Sannyasi, and begging bread, goes through dusty roads in search of the Arcane.
He follows the path of study and knowledge; tries Tantric Yoga’s exercises, by penitence reduces his body to a skeleton and passes through trials of mystical love, but he does not find the secret. It is then when, under the holy Bo tree, he receives the highest Initiation and discovers the reason of human suffering; attachment is cause of pain in lifetime, of death and of rebirth. As a being is devoid of desires and renunciation is absolute, then he does not suffer or come any more to Earth, and finds eternal happiness by returning to the Non-Absolute.
>From that day on, he begins his mission on Earth: teaching men the path to happiness, the right path.
The simple Buddhism stands up and drags the multitude as a reaction produced in a religious consciousness harassed by many symbols, ceremonies and laws.
Wherever the Buddha goes, there are thousands of adepts. And could one not to follow such clear and simple religion?
He said, men are all equal, and gave a deadly blow to Hinduism strongly adhered to caste division. He said, God is the essence of everything, and threw down and killed millenary gods at one stroke. He said man should do only a right work; so he destroyed another basic belief of the ancient religion, which founded the fruit of future life rather in divine help than in right behavior.
In Buddha’s view, celibacy was the summit of perfection; that is why columns of monks went behind him after quitting everything in the world in order to hear and practice his word. One day, his own son would come and ask to be admitted to his community.
You cannot imagine how much hatred the Buddha’s doctrine produced among Brahmans. But this hatred emerged along with the desire of competing with him; this was like a Hindu Counter-Reformation.
Among different Hindu sects, men emerged that understood that such an enlightened man and such an useful doctrine could be attacked only by using the same weapons. They understood the need of coming back to the early source of their religion, of drinking in Vedic pages those eternal truths they had forgotten and of applying and professing them again in their temples and ceremonies. In short: Buddhism awakened the conscience of India, brought a word of freedom that until then had felt slaves, and encouraged a rehabilitation of the early Vedas.
But Buddhism was not destined to settle in India. After Buddha’s death at the age of eighty in the arms of this disciple Ananda, again fights began and did not end until two generations later, when the Chatrias, guided by Brahmans, destroyed all Buddhists in India and this religion in its entire soil. But the blood of martyrs is always seed of new triumphs; the Buddha’s religion was not dead: it had been just transplanted to other more fertile lands in need of spiritual help.

Teaching 20: Yellow Buddhism

250 years before Jesus Christ, certain Buddhist missionaries went into China to preach the doctrine of the Exalted One.
There they were very kindly admitted, and very soon the new doctrine fused together with old extant religions.
The entire building of the new religion was erected upon the simple doctrine of the Buddha, with its dogmas, its multitude of gods, its ceremonies and monasteries, and the divine Siddhartha at the top of them.
Countless Initiates of Fire disseminated the Buddhist religion, offering to common people esoteric teachings behind veils of symbols and images.
Innumerable monasteries were erected and they were cradle of sages, faithful preservers of ancient texts and scientific books.
Those monks dug their cells in the very heart of the mountain and stayed there like lonely birds, feeding just by prayer and Eternal Wisdom. But a centre was necessary, an inaccessible place to common people, where the chosen could keep zealously the secrets of science and those of material and spiritual life.
Therefore they chose the mountains of Tibet, the most inaccessible and hidden to human eyes. There none would see them and rumors of the world, drums of war or conflictive changes of civilization would not reach them.
So Shambhala, the sublime city of Lhassa, is founded.
Countless monks stayed there preserving the Buddha’s esoteric doctrine in its pristine purity.
In Tibet, a theocratic worship, under religious power, is formed, with its mystical monks devoted to the external worship. But just as everything declines, so spiritual life declined in Tibet and those monks practiced black magic until a time when an exalted being, called Tutuguta, intended to reform it.
Bloody fights ensued, with one sector prevailing over the other, and finally, after the triumph of good, the wicked monks were defeated.
Tibet remains unchanged until today. It keeps always its religion intangible. Yellow-cap Lamas preserve the esoteric doctrine. An exalted being leads them: the Dalai Lama, taken as the very expression of God. Helene Petrovna Blavatsky tells in “Isis Unveiled” she witnessed in a Buddhist monastery the transmigration of the spirit of an old Dalai Lama to the body of a boy two years old.
Red-cap Lamas are those who lost the true doctrine and practice black magic and hoax.
Bernad, an eminent American physician, recently back from Tibet, where he could stay for three years in contact with Lamas and the Tibetan people, tells how those monks, far away of the world, detached of any civilization, had kept the religious concept pure, and how perfectly they know certain physical laws so far unknown to sages of our days, and explains how they practice levitation, telepathy, and long travels in astral body, and how they are able to stop beats of the heart and to regulate blood circulation.
As an oasis in the middle of the world, Tibet, navel of the world, center of force in our planet, has kept an ancient religion in its pristine power and beauty.

Teaching 21: The Germans

A tribe of pure Aryans, survivors of the great migration hecatomb, lived as if they were lost in the immense snowy steppes of Nordic countries.
They were red-haired men, of sharp and metallic gaze like steel, tall and handsome; their piercing cries resounded in the vastness of glacial deserts.
They inherited from their Aryan parents their worship to divine Nature and beautified it by means of legends and poems.
Germans are brothers of these peoples from the north of Europe; they preserve the type, worship and warlike tradition.
The epic of these peoples is written on the Scandinavian Edda, which is their holy book. You should not mistake it for Eddas written by Snorri Sturlesson about 1200.
Alphadur is the only god born of the boreal light on luminous skies. Thor or Donar is god of power; Odin is god of wisdom; and Freyr is god of kindness. They are the Scandinavian trinity.
In the course of times, Odin prevails over the rest of gods and becomes Wotan, god and lord of sky and earth, another Jupiter that steadily rules over destinies of gods, men and demons.
His enemy is Surtur, the black Satan of earth and abysses, with a cold and implacable space between them.
Friga is Wotan’s wife, symbol of fertilization, holy home and worthy matrimony.
Their sons are the shining Azas, thirty-two brave warriors that defend the Walhalla. They fight against Imes and his people, the giants of ice.
You notice similar symbols in other people describing a war waged between Aryans and Atlanteans.
There is a war between heaven and earth, between giants and gods. Thor, god of lightening, Odin’s first-born son, and Bora, god of courage, fight in this great war and destroy those immense figures of ice.
Earth becomes a river of blood, and a new race shows up on it. From the cut head of Imes, the human mate comes into being: Aske and Ambla.
Nine shining virgins, the far-sighted Walkiries are born; they announce the combat and on their white horses they lead the dead victor, the fallen soldier to the blissful abode of Walhala. They see destiny of men and lead always to victory.
In his wonderful music drama “Ring of the Nibelungs”, Wagner refers to such cosmogonic legend.
Combat was the highest religious worship to these savage peoples who lived in icebound jungles and attacked in an unstoppable way because they knew that after death they would be taken to paradise on a white steed by those warriors-goddesses.
Worship was held in the jungle, under a holy ilex or ash tree; ilex was devotes to ancestors and ash tree to gods.
There, a wild pythoness in white, on the light of full moon, invoked gods and established day and hour of the combat. She prevailed over chiefs of the clan, and her word was absolute and sacred.
Sometimes Ferni, a fierce wolf, tied by gods to a terrible chain, howled amid thunders and lightening, claiming for human blood; then they sacrificed human victims to placate the wrath of this dreadful wolf.
On the altar of white stone, the priestess opened the chest of young soldiers chosen for martyrdom.
But this people had to perish and this religion had to end, pushed by Roman eagles and Christian cross.
This was foretold by their holy books when they prophesized that the wicked Lake would destroy and defeat gods, Walhala would sink in flames, and everything would be again in ruins.
This image refers to a cosmic re-absorption the day of universal rest, but also can be applied to a fall of these pure Aryan beliefs.

Teaching 22: The Gauls

Celts form the fourth Aryan race. It is very difficult to determine the origin of it, since it is a part of the early Aryan race that had remained uncontaminated in the centre of Europe.
Celts gave place to Greeks, Macedonians and Carthaginians; these were beautiful, strong, warlike and versatile peoples that loved Nature.
It is very dubious the origin of Romans because Etruscans, ancient remnants of Iranians, and Sabines, inhabitants of Latium, originally were Aryan Semites, but Italic peoples, of pure Celtic race, lived in Sicily, throughout the coast of Calabria, who in the course of times made flourish their lands and, by mixing with other peoples, founded the Roman caste. That is why the esoteric annals include Romans and their religion among Celts.
These people extended throughout the Atlantic coast of Spain, invaded Gallia and passed to British Islands.
Gauls, of pure Celtic race, extended their lands from northern Italy until the Ocean and Rhin.
It was difficult the arrival of other peoples there because of thick forests, virgin jungles, torrential rivers, impassable ways-through, long winters and numerous wild animals. Even Gauls, deprived of any contact and forced to strive for their existence and preservation, remained in a half-savage state.
A clan was supreme authority, or rather, family concept and experience of the elders.
Since they lived by hunting and fishing, they worshipped images of those animals and worn them as amulets, along with feathers, bones, et cetera.
They are properly described by Pliny: their aspect was fierce and their gaze was grim, used stones and coarse spears for their defense, and his savage and guttural cries scared and drove away the enemy army.
Priestly or Druidical caste was the most representative of Gauls. Since their childhood they were devoted to the goddess of war. They lived detached from their parents, reared by priests, and instructed in the art of war and manipulation of weapons.
As they became adults, the entire people served and revered them. In the beginning of spring, when the snow melted away, or more exactly, after the first full moon of March, it was time to fight.
They led their people like gods-warriors. Battles took place among their own tribes or all together against barbarians of the other shore of the Rhin. Eventually Romans defeated them.
Devoid of mythology, they worshipped Nature, trees, mountains, rivers and, over all, their ancestors.
They had a house of virgins devoted to serve in the temple; they worshipped and constantly revered the Moon.
During full moons, they got out in white, forming long rows, singing hymns and beseeching help. The oldest and more expert virgin became a pythoness; she foretold by entrails of newly-sacrificed birds the future of tribes, destiny of peoples, hour of war, and signs of blessing or curse.
Memory of this religion and culture, acquired in the course of time, remained hidden as Christianity arrived.
But since nothing dies and everything renews itself, the very Christians that had consigned it to oblivion, exposed it during the Renaissance, and then religions were totally unburied, studied and loved.
A civilization with wonderful cities, called today Paris, Lyon, Antwerp, et cetera, flourished in the country of the Gauls.

Teaching 23: The Jains

The inception of Jainism cannot be determined exactly, since its memory is lost in the first centuries of Hinduism, though it appears formally established in the beginning of Hinduism.
Certain people mistook it with Brahmanic religion and others considered it a lost branch of Buddhism; but it is neither the one nor the other. It is self-formed and based on millenary Vedic teachings.
One may say the main formula of a follower of Jainism is: To love any living being and to respect as much animals as humans.
These early nihilistic people do not eat meat, and to a Jain, is a sin to see how an animal is maltreated and not to give it help.
Still today, in the southern district of India, where the majority of the Jains stay, there are numerous veterinary hospitals. This proves an advance over modern institutions devoted to help irrational beings.
The Jains are very severe in their living; one of them never drinks liquor or smokes.
The basic belief of this religion consists of an unconditioned essence and other manifested essence that is ruled by twenty-four spiritual entities: Tirthankaras.
Universal Jainism laws of Creation, moral and ethics are written on holy books called “Siddhanta”, in tamil, their sacred language.
The human soul, called “jiva”, gets out of the very pure bosom of God, descends En earth and is tied, by ignorance, to the sensible worlds; it can be untied from material bonds just by means of austerity, meditation and good works. That is why one finds many “Jaina” of both sexes that are ascetics and dispose of everything just to devote themselves to spiritual life.
This religion also counts on divine help, Edjina, the supreme victor –Ihes in our Symbology– who periodically descends to Earth to help mankind to get rid of the prison of flesh.
But Mahavira is the most revered Divine Incarnation, among the Jains. This eminent being lived about the time of Gautama the Buddha.
He was of noble and rich family, and knew comforts and pleasures of living, but as he begun to study the holy books, to such an extent he loved wisdom that decided to abandon the world in order to live alone in the desert.
He substituted his rich raiment for the coarse cloth of a beggar, and for twelve years practiced austerity and meditation.
Then he began his work with men. He reunited the scattered Jains, explained them their wonderful doctrines and conquered their lives through purity, reinvigorating their religion.
He compiled any holy book, translated from the early language to the language of everyday and puts them within everybody’s reach.
At present, if the Jains are not more than two millions of souls and stay only in India, their religion is known and admired, because of the extreme worthiness and pure customs of its followers.
The exaggerated formality of the Jains has been criticized because they abhor to such an extent to come into contact with impure things that only drink boiled water, they breathe the air in places contaminated by diseases by using a cloth of linen that covers their mouths. Perchance do not our modern sanitarians act the same way?
But the important thing in a religion is not its forms and external rites, but the essence of its purest part.

Teaching 24: The Military Sikhs

Before dawn of Renaissance in Europe, a millenary India, cradle of the oldest religions and of the pure Aryan race, had declined in an alarming way.
Buddhism, that pure religion that centuries ago awakened the consciousness in India to the source of eternity, had been banished by fire and sword to the rest of Asia. Also there was a decline as to fervor and return to Vedic religion and pure Manu’s laws, which had been a Hindu Counter-Reformation produced by Buddhism. Great Rajas had abandoned the spiritual field to be carried away by the surge of the world, and when the Crescent invaded Indian soil, did not find opposition.
Hindus granted everything to Mahommedans and as a grace they were authorized to live in their own soil and to follow the religion of their ancestors.
In the course of time, deeper and deeper hatred and rancor crystallized in India, always because of religious questions, between Allah’s followers and those of the holy Ganges.
They needed a religion to appease these two tendencies, to harmonize both creeds and to try a union of so contrary ideals.
In 1469, a child is born of Brahmana family, who had to be founder of Sikhs. His name was Nanak, and at the age of nine already felt that his mission was to harmonize all of religions in India.
If the One God of Mahommedans was the true, Hindus worshipped His attires in manifold forms. Unity nothing took away from diversity of form.
Nanak abandoned the holy Brahmans’ cord and went to wilderness for meditation; after this, now a man, he preached a creed of union between Mahommedans and Hindus, but inadvertently a new religion emerged: that of Sikhs.
He died in 1537, left uncountable disciples, and his words had been written and transmitted on texts that are considered holy.
But this religion is really characteristic by its military organization. Every Sikh is a soldier of God, and has to lend his arm and his sword to defend his faith and those lands assigned to him by God. Govinda, tenth Sikh Master, born in 1675 and dead in 1708, imparted them this military tenet.
This religion reached its highest splendor in that time, with cities and kingdoms, and fighting fiercely to defend their heritage.
Later they were totally defeated, but, though they lost their domains, remained faithful to their creed up to our days. At present, in India there are millions that profess the religion of Sikhs.
A distinctive trait of this religion is its initiatic structure that is very similar to those of Knights of the Holy Order of Fire, and of ancient Christian Knightly Orders.
Certainly several Initiates of Fire lived with them. Also they had similar symbols and images to those of the above mentioned Orders; their initiatic structure is composed of five grades instead of seven. They begin by an oath, and have a mystical feast a High Master, and an entirely secret and esoteric Initiation.

Teaching 25: Christendom

Christendom marked a new basic era that was entirely different from the precedent, which revolutionized the world and still today is creed of the European civilization.
Any religion born of the two currents, namely Vedic and Egyptian, flow into the sea of Christianity; and those that did not survive, remain in decline. Christendom will be the only vital religion in the world –conqueror of civilization.
Christian religion is born in the East like all others; it emerged from Judaism and transplanted to western peoples, it yielded fruits there.
Jesus, a Solar Initiate of fourth category and Hebrew by birth, appeared among men in the beginning of our era.
Of humble family, He who had to become Divine Incarnation of suffering learnt the lesson of pain since his childhood.
None know where he picked up that wonderful doctrine of the Gospels that would transforms peoples, since the texts are unaware of his life from the age of twelve to thirty.
Modern occultists say he went to India and there learnt his divine doctrine; others say this occurred in ancient Egypt; and Rosicrucians say this happened in the sect of Essenes, who were ancient Hebrew mystics that preserved the esoteric wisdom.
But none can know it for certain, since those years of study developed by an Initiate remain hermetically closed in the circle of a Master and his disciple.
Until then, religious instructors had looked at mankind and benefited it from their golden thrones and shining temples; but Jesus came and, like a unique example, descended to men, sharing their miseries, living among them and speaking their language. He wanted to drink the cup of human martyrdom. Even his painful death was similar to that of miserable and abandoned men.
How cannot a religion take root when it deified the human suffering, and showed its own God, Son of Man, nailed to the cross?
Jesus did not found any religion, but only launched an idea, the idea of a humanized, understood, sublimated and divinized pain.
Paul of Tarsus was the organizer of Christian religion.
Christ’s disciples, humble and uneducated men, only wanted to revere the Master’s memory and to live his doctrine in the Hebrew frame. Once, even Jesus had said, “I came to save the sons of Israel”. They did not suspect their ideal could go beyond the Hebrew circle.
But as Paul, an intelligent man, a Lunar Initiate with great prophetic vision, saw and understood the wonderful doctrine of the Gospels, he preached to Gentiles, men of other religions. He organized a church with laws and tenets, and moved the new creed to Rome, the great capital in those days.
Christ’s religion advanced fearlessly toward the north. After years of martyrdom, after three centuries hidden in catacombs, and after a long baptism of blood, it got out to daylight to conquer barbarians, those new developing peoples.
The early leaders of the Christian church had a vast vision when they left behind stagnated sages of the East and went toward barbarians of the north, because they intuited that a barbarian of those days would become conqueror tomorrow and thence a support of their religion.

Teaching 26: Islam

Half-savage men, half-naked and half-Aryans had remained all together alert on the edge of the lost continent for millennia.
Lands of leaden sky and with temples and cities of solid gold had sunk under the waters. They remained there, immobile and gazing the collapse of an entire past and race, faithful to their destiny of guardians of a missing religion and of their blood that was fountain of new civilization.
The sea ran away, Nature died, the desert appeared, and the sun became more and more hot, but they stayed. They saw the emigration of their companions in long caravans toward more hospitable lands, to steadier soils.
Brothers of yore came back as conquerors, and they permitted to be subdued. They went into the wild, into that wonderful garden of sand that kept the treasure of the lost continent, partly buried under the sea and partially under sands.
These men –you can call them Semites, Iranians, Israelites or Hebrews– are always the same people –preservers of the Divine Atlantean Religion, and blood bud of the new race.
As some of them abandoned their mystical loneliness in the desert and became a stable people or nation, others came back to it.
In 440, peoples of the desert lost the true worship to his ancestors and professed a mixed religion of fetishism, Christianity and idolatry.
But Ismael’s blood runs through their veins, and in the city of Mecca a man of the Coreixites’ tribe is born, who has to exalt the spirit of believers toward a faith in One and True God.
With Muhammad’s birth, in 570, a new era begins for the sons of the desert. This young orphan, reared by charity in his uncle Abu Taleb’s house, was of delicate manners, effeminate aspect and constant smile, but carried the sign of the Divine Initiates.
He saw the decadence of his people, and on his meditations and inner retreats, dreamt of liberating if of its chains of selfishness, lust, idolatry and vanity.
At the age of twenty-four he marries Kadiya, a rich widow him older, and both lived perfect conjugal life, and this is so true than his people called him “trustworthy”.
Long years of expectation and meditation were necessary to burn dregs of man and leave just the Divine Incarnation, the envoy of heaven.
He referred his visions and wishes to his wife, and she was his first disciple and the first to repeat these words: “Allah is God and Muhammad his prophet”.
Jesus’ prophecy is not relevant in Muhammad: “Nobody is prophet in his own land”, because he got his first disciples among relatives and friends. His old uncle –his adoptive father– refused to recognize the divine injunction, but did not contradict him, promising his Ali as the first male disciple.
But fight begins; none wants to leave the adoration of gods, idolatry and a life devoid of pleasures.
Muhammad says there is just one God with no image: he is spirit and truth. It is like wind of the desert, frightful and formless, which shapes dunes and moves them quickly, whistling, invisible to all.
Four angels obey injunctions of this invisible God, source of all things. The righteous will live in the bosom of Allah, in the divine garden of houris, even though nobody will be like him.
One night certain people tried to kill the Prophet, but he escaped with a disciple and took refuge in Medina. As they escaped, the distressed disciple said to the Masters, “We are alone and persecuted”, but he replied, “We are not two, but three, because God is with us”.
The arrival in Medina begins the era of Islam, called Hegira.
As his enemies attacked him, Muhammad already had many disciples and they defended themselves by sword. And Muhammad’s religion had a new motto, “Kill the infidel if the infidel prevents you from observing your religion”.
After the Prophet’s death, in 632, Islam reached dramatic dimensions. It conquered by word and blood, and by the Koran, its holy book, Asia, a part of Europe, and was a menace in Nordic peoples.
As in any great religion, they also have mystics called Sufis, who achieved the Divine Union through renunciation and ecstasy. The study of mathematics belongs almost exclusively to this people, and alchemy get such an influence that prepares the way to modern chemistry and physics.
But over all, the mission of Arabian is to keep the purity of this concept of a personal One God, and to transmit it from generation to generation, until the extinction of the flame of our Aryan race, which knows and worships God through every manifested form.

Teaching 27: Religion of the African Jungle

The belief of African black people of the jungle consists of a primitive fetishism, a degenerated traditional worship of ancient Atlantean peoples.
The Kaffirs believe in life after death, revere constantly their ancestors, and call them Insicholaga, or Barinos.
According to certain black peoples, the spirits of ancestors inhabited caverns, while others believe that they dwell on the summits, basing these beliefs on the geographic form of the country where they live. These spirits visit periodically living beings, and help or damage them according to inclination and spiritual progress of the former.
The astral world where those ancestors stayed was quite small, according to the mind of those black people.
This worship consisted of a communication with the dead and never was discontinued. A caste called Isitonga was the mediums. These beings, a sort of initiated wizards, who generally suffered of strange nervous diseases that prepared them for the exercise of magic, healed any kind of illness by means of rites and bizarre practices, because they attributed evils of human heath to malefic causes that should be destroyed.
In this sense, we should notice that those curative symptoms had certain truth at bottom, because the root of a disease really is rather in the mental state of man than in his physical body.
The supreme god of those black people was Uncholog, the Great Spirit, and after him, Icante, the great spirit of the waters. Offerings devoted to this god were thrown into the water instead of throwing it into fire.
Zulu people’s mythology is richer.
Unkulunkulu is the preserver of Humanity and Creation.
Black people are very respectful to fire and feel it is a serious guilt to let it go out, because it should shine always at the holy hearth, in the centre of the tribe, guarded by young black vestals.
Any black rite includes Molemos, that is, amulets to protect his owner against any evil.
The Malgaches revered Jachar, supreme god with no altars or offerings, because he knew well which what men needed.
Kiso fetishes were a kind of gnomes ruling over powers of Nature.
Also we should not forget the god Maramba, the depository of oaths.
In Guinea, the natives revered especially Agoyo, the god of the good advice, who stayed at the house of the high priest.
Among black people of the west coast of Africa, Horei was the wicked spirit that mooed during ceremonies devoted to him.
Boson, white god, was the principle of good among black people of Gold Coast. That is why many times these natives retained the first white people that visited them, believing that the latter were gods.
But most black people gave free rein to magic, and practiced divination with a jar with three holes. The sound emitted by this jar was interpreted by the priests as a good or bad omen.

Teaching 28: Incaic Worship of the Sun

Remnants of Atlantean tribes, emigrating toward the centre of the American continent, arrived following a narrow strip of land not affected by earthquakes.
This wild, virgin and gorgeous continent extended until the south-east, where the Andes range showed its immaculate crests, emerging from the froth of the sea as a new Venus.
These Atlanteans remnants founded there flourishing colonies in the heart of the jungle.
According to traditions, four brothers founded Cuzco, but one of them killed the others and transformed them into rocks, while he became stone after his death in order to be worshipped.
The early Incaic worship was that of stones, upon which they put their offerings and sacrifices. This confirms their Atlantean origin. In fact, the Atlanteans revered the number four, symbol of the fourth race root, and their altar of veneration –especially the Atlantean sub-race of the Semites– consisted of superposed stones.
After the great catastrophe, that is, after the collapse of the ancient Atlantean continent, few tribes that could save themselves were the new ones that gradually arrived.
They were descendants of the last Atlantean sub-races that had known the pure worship of the Solar Divinity in the great city of golden gates.
So they established the same rites upon the stone of Huiracocha, essential god and infinite principle; they kindled the holy fire of the god Pachacamac, whose flame should burn forever toward the Sun god, Inti, the great god.
They erected temples, all of them of gold, since according to the Solar rite and service, their instruments and ornaments must be of gold.
Virgins in white and adorned with crowns of gold –eventual future wives of an Inca king– maintained the flame constantly burning in the sanctuary.
The male aspect, symbolized by the Sun, was complemented by the female worship of the goddess Mama-Quilla, or Coya, the Moon. At night, long rows of devotees went to her temples that were totally of silver, to worship and revere her.
Also the Incas worshipped other gods: Catequil, god of thunder; Cuicha, rainbow of peace; and Chozco, god of love, similar to Venus.
They knew the fundamental principle of the universe as a non-manifested god, Piguerao, who disappears when the universe is manifested, twin brother of Atachucho, a personal god, born of the early egg.
The first mate of American Adam and Eve were Manco-Capac and Mama Oello Huaco, though not all of them believed that these two were the founders of the human race, since some of them thought that Inca Roca, direct descendant of the Sun, was its founder.

Teaching 29: Ancient Mexican Religions

The Aztecs, Miltecs and Toltecs are very similar to the Incas in religion and customs, and also descendants of the Atlanteans.
Contrary to the redskins of the Rocky Mountains, who had preserved the highest degree the customs of an entirely spiritual religion, with patriarchal and venerable habits, these natives of Central America were materialistic, fierce and bloodthirsty.
In their view, Citlantonac (the subtle universe) along with Citlatique (the dense universe) created the Universe.
In their cosmogonic annals they remembered four ages: the age of water, when Earth, inhabited by giants, was flooded by a deluge.
The second age, the age of Earth, where the surviving giants took refuge, was destroyed by great seismic movements.
The third age, the age of air, was swept by cyclones.
As to the fourth age, the age of fire, immense flames devoured the human beings, and the Sun, Moon and stars were born of this fire, ascended to the sky and filled the space.
A broken knife of Citlantonac formed the gods, and men are born of a bone belonging to a dead god.
Earth is revered in the goddess Amon, but Cinteolt is the favorite; she presides over the growth of maize (corn), a traditional plant of those natives; also she is patron of generation.
She was represented as a beautiful woman laden with spikes and holding a little boy; and human victims, who had to be physically perfect, healthy and strong, were sacrificed to her. They put these victims upon the altar of sacrifice, opened their chest by means of a sharp knife, extracted the palpitating heart and devoted it to the frightful goddess.
It would be impossible to list every god revered by these peoples. Tosi was mother of the gods, grandmother of men and patron of magicians and wizards.
Mixcoatec was god of storms, and, Xiulteculti, god of fire. Cihuatcoatl, kind and loving goddess-serpent, had give birth before any other woman and was patron of women in labor.
But the great god, the kind god in white, is Quetzalcoatl, the plumed serpent, who fosters peace. When he descended to men, prohibited any human sacrifice and banned wicked men.
Especially revered by the Toltecs, his symbol was the cross. Tired of being among men, we wished to return to heaven, leaving Tula, the highest city, where he was revered, in desolation.
After him, a wicked, vindictive and perverse god reigned; his name was Texcatlipoca, who again sowed sorrow among men.
Quickly the natives faded away, and treasures and memorials of their ancient and divine religion remained buried forever under lost cities.
But since nothing entirely perishes, in Rocky Mountains an ancient tribe of natives remains intact; they are pure descendants of the missing Atlantean Race and of dynasties of the eagle.
In those mountains, still today a deep echo resounds, it is the echo of revered names: Manitu, the eternal god, and Masson, the son of the living god. They remained there as unique symbol of the fourth race root, expecting the last day, when all seeds will be picked up and the sixth great race, the future race root will flourish.


Teaching 1: The Fountain of Religions
Teaching 2: Vedas
Teaching 3: Hinduism
Teaching 4: Egypt
Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods
Teaching 6: Ten Great Religions
Teaching 7: Chaldean Magicians
Teaching 8: Iranian Religion
Teaching 9: Assyrian Goddess of War
Teaching 10: The Sun of Iran
Teaching 11: Sargonides
Teaching 12: The Hebrews
Teaching 13: Moses’ Religion
Teaching 14: The Greeks
Teaching 15: Greek Gods
Teaching 16: Arts and Philosophies
Teaching 17: The Romans
Teaching 18: The Celestial Empire
Teaching 19: Buddhism
Teaching 20: Yellow Buddhism
Teaching 21: The Germans
Teaching 22: The Gauls
Teaching 23: The Jains
Teaching 24: The Military Sikhs
Teaching 25: Christendom
Teaching 26: Islam
Teaching 27: Religion of the African Jungle
Teaching 28: Incaic Worship of the Sun
Teaching 29: Ancient Mexican Religions


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