Teaching 1: The Fountain of Religions
Teaching 2: Vedas
Teaching 3: Brahmanism
Teaching 4: Egypt
Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods
Teaching 6: Arrangement of Religions
Teaching 7: The Chaldeans
Teaching 8: The Assyrians
Teaching 9: The Persians
Teaching 10: The Sargonides
Teaching 11: The Greeks
Teaching 12: The Indians
Teaching 13: The Gauls
Teaching 14: The Israelites
Teaching 15: The Romans
Teaching 16: The Mongolians

Teaching 1: The Fountain of Religions

Peoples of the Aryan Atlanteans had received from the Great Instructors of this race the truths of its religions. These truths, strengthened by the perceptive psychic power of this race, were of an entirely intuitive character.
These religions were on the edge of the world of superior consciousness and did not use natural symbols. Their monotheism was select.
But as this race began to decline and degenerate, religious practices were substituted for acts of psychic power and black magic.
The Aryans preserved a distant glimpse of these Divine Religions, even though entirely hidden behind the burden of time and reason, which is a new prerogative of this emerging race.
The Atlanteans, sunk in depths of the sea when their continent collapsed, carried with them their Divine Religion.
But new Initiates and the new Idea-Mother appeared, and therefore a new religion emerged that accompanied the new Aryan race, and was the basis of all their subsequent religions.
After their tremendous fight against their adversaries, that is the Atlanteans, the Aryans rushed into the conquest of the new continent that had emerged from the waters for them like a promised virgin land.
Those early men, on immense caravans, guided by their Divine Instructors, abandoned the old coasts in search of new lands and emigrated toward the centre of Asia and Europe.
They found a fertile and wonderful land that, however, was tremendously hard to conquer. Their habitual venomous and equatorial weather had been replaced by a rough and cold weather.
Sloth gave way to need and, after a frightful toll, the inhabitants of the new continent gradually learnt to fight against Nature in order to get food and shelter.
Nature was hard to overcome but, as it was subdued, gave wonderful results and revealed its secrets. That is why those early men divinized Nature and its manifested powers.
The new religion, based on the worship of Nature, was purely human and natural, and the foundation of polytheism.
But some day the Aryans came back to their land of origin, and found their predecessors, who preserved the Divine Religion of the Atlanteans, colored by a rudimentary monotheism, and defeated them.
The structure of every coming religion is formed by these two currents: a forgotten Divine religion and an emerging natural and human religion.
Then, Aryan religions are born of the memory of a lost divine state and of the knowledge of a natural power within the range of man.
The words of the Great Initiates are fused and crystallized in the material experience of peoples. The memory of the divine aspect becomes concrete by image and worship of their ancestors, and from this source where God and man meet, where the circle and the cross embrace each other, a crystal water springs up that will flood the world and times, will have different names, and one day will be one in the ocean of man made God.
In all Aryan religions, whether predominantly monotheistic or polytheistic, you may find always these essential foundations; in its beginning, simple and clear worship like dawn, and human quietness focuses divine serenity by means of songs and hymns; all this is transmitted from parents to children, from people to people and eventually becomes holy texts and fundamental languages.
Tradition transforms simple raptures of the soul into ceremonies and worships, and worships claim for attires, signs and mysteries.
All Aryans religions follow the same route and the same path; they are spiritual and pure in the beginning; and become intellectual and wise, dogmatic and rigid, cold and dark, ending like a sectarian organization that preserves its own divinities.
Inexorably it must be so; a mixture of spirit and matter can be only a fight between spirit and matter. When the spirit is in control, materialism is defeated; but when material power overpowers the spirit, then the latter hides behind thick veils.
A Real and Divine tenet exists behind dogmatic and practical forms of all religions.

Teaching 2: Vedas

After fighting during 1,500 years, the Aryans that migrated to Central Asia handed down the Revelation and Tradition of a splendid Religion to their descendants; millenary Vedas conveyed this religion.
Vedas, which means “pure science”, are a series of hymns and chants that those ancient people usually offered to their gods; in the beginning, they did not write down these hymns, but conveyed them orally from generation to generation.
Later, Vedas were divided into four great groups: 1) Rig-, 2) Sutra-, 3) Brahma- and 4) Atharva Veda.
From these holy books one infers a previous knowledge of an infinite and immense beginning from which every create thing emerged: Aditi, the Infinite.
Behind this universal concept, the idea of a creational, personal and strong God is formed; He contains the entire power of good; this God is Indra, second Hindu God, who fights continuously against evil and against the spirit of shadow and darkness: Vritra.
Vedas name Indra, “Unique God that loves mortals, helps them and lavishly pours his goods on them”.
Before their division into several peoples, the Aryans had the only language, Zenzar; and in their early voices and basic words, all have only one root and story that remembers a cold, snowy land, with long winters, where they stayed.
Sanskrit comes after Zenzar, and eventually the latter becomes the priestly and religious language, as any early tongue.
Among Hindus, Sanskrit is “Vak”, eternal vibration, which they transform into divinity.
When verses of Vedas are modulated according to ancient intonations, had a vibration of especial power, called Mantra.
Agni, fire; Phritivi, mother of earth; Mitra, the sun; Varuna, clouds; Ahriman, the family Lar; in short, any manifestation of Nature, any materialized custom, virtue, good and evil are conveyed as divinities to posterity.
We are told those ancient and nomadic peoples of shepherds gradually settled, from Pañchala, which means five-river country, today Punjab, to a civilization of extraordinary dimensions.
Manu’s laws, the ancient Hindu code describes bases, order of this people, and their religion.
In Hindu religion, after an infinite God you find Aditi; after a creational God Indra and after a tenet about a fight between good and evil, Indra and Vritra; and after a worship of natural and atmospheric forces, the worship of Trinity, which is a tenet in all Aryan religions.
This concept is later than Vedas and represents the Only God, but with three aspects, that is, of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, who are images of the cosmic mind, of primary energy and of undifferentiated substance.
Aryan religion is One, natural and divine, but successively peoples have named them differently

Teaching 3: Brahmanism

Aryan established all their religions, philosophies, laws, letter and arts on Vedas.
The Upanishads and Sutras, which are moral and philosophy of Hinduism, are vast commentaries on early texts based on their religion.
The Aryan people grows up, becomes strong and powerful, and later its desire of power promotes intestine fights and awful wars.
In Puranas, there is a description of a war between gods and elements; in Ramayana, you find a description of the war of the Aryans guided by the Divine Incarnation of Rama against the Atlanteans; and the Mahabharata describes the intestine war of the Hindus. In this epic, Krishna, the eight Avatar of Vishnu guides Arjuna to victory.
A conversation between these two, described in the Bhagavad Gita, even today is spiritual basis of many devotees in 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. These gods prevailed much since then, and will have more temples in India, producing a lot of yogis and tantrikas, mystics and people endowed with psychic powers, who none in the world can surpass. Even Yoganauth, king of the world, carried once a year on his millenary chariot is image of Shiva.
Exercises practiced by Yogis are especially described in Patanjali’s Yoga, in Sivagana, in Chakra Nirupana. This love of the Hindus for their religion and spiritual practices makes them fit to multiply their creeds in numerous sects, which would be impossible to name; all of them incite to study and abstract things.
In Vedanta Purana’s philosophy, all the rest is Maya, with the exception of the Non-Manifested One.
Vedanta Advaita takes the absolute as the only reality, but tolerates a creational principle, Purusha (Spirit), and a vital and substantial principle, Prakriti (matter).
Behind these philosophies and theologies, there are numerous Pandits (sages) and Brahamacharins (monks), who renew, maintain, clean and purify continuously the only early Vedic religion; of them, Ram Mohun Roy (founder of the Brahmosamaj), Ramakrishna and Vivekananda (the latter, founder of Ramakrishna Mission), and Tagore, a poet and philosopher.
As you have seen, the pure Vedic religion had a time of obscurantism that the Mahabharata describes later.
Peoples grew weaker and priests had the government under control.
They were called Brahmans and their name is after Brahma, the divinity, instead of Indra. They consolidate their power by dividing the race into four castes, with them at the top of the divine dynasty.
Despite this, many Brahmans were truly descendants of ancient Aryan Initiated 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 consequence of these laws, which became despotic, even today it is difficult to extirpate totally their results.

Teaching 4: Egypt

Ancient Egypt extended beyond the north-west side of Africa to an island that now is entirely sunk. The first five dynasties of imprecise memory belonged totally to the Atlantean race.
These ancient Atlanteans were defeated by the new Aryans races, and Egypt was the beginning of Aryans of Semitic type, who inhabited the southern part of current Egypt, after the collapse of the old Atlantean Egyptian in the ocean.
An ancient legend remember these Flood when says the King Menes deviated the course of the river Nile in order to build the city of Memphis on the new shore.
Thence, Egyptian religion has more relationships and similarities with the Atlantean Wisdom and with Divine and Initiatic secrets of the lost continent.
Sciences of Egypt, which have built works that even today wonder the world, have been lost and hidden because they belonged to the Priestly School of descendants of the Atlanteans; the Pharaohs’ Egyptians had inherited and learnt those sciences.
The custom of placing the Pharaoh over priests, shows how deeply the people remembered the Early Great Kings, from the era of the Great Fight, who were Priests-Seers and Initiated Kings at a time.
Egyptian religion is essentially founded on this concept: a human and powerful kingdom, image of the Divine and Superior Kingdom.
The Pharaohh, King, absolute leader of all inhabitants of this vast territory, is the only power, first voice and true image of God.
He rules over life and death; he is true King, protector of his people; he is unique Priest, intermediary between earth and heaven. Nobody is over him; there is none with the exception of him.
He had at his disposal not only an army, but also the entire Priestly College; rather, army was the human power of the Pharaoh, and priestly caste, his divine power.
A Pharaoh was not only Mars of War, but also Supreme Oracle of the Temple.
In this image of the Initiated King of Egypt is condensed the entire power of this race that will live for millennia fearlessly and haughtily, never defeated until achieving the mission and after getting any necessary experience.
Vastness of the Egyptian Kingdom did not prevent being duly regulated and led. This people, which saw in its Pharaoh an expression of God, continued to divinize Nature and its forces; and since it was a purely peasant and agricultural people, they divinized earth and its fruits, the sun and stars, and over all, the torrential Nile, the great river that could provide them with abundant crops or with famine.
They divinized this river to such an extent that was a sacrilege any attempt to find out is source, since according to certain legend its source was in the sky, in the bosom of the divinity.
This simple and hard-working people, whose religion consisted only of raptures of the soul and natural manifestation around, and whose unique power was that of the king, fought fiercely against peoples wanting to deprive them of their soil.

Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods

The memory of the Divine Atlantean Religion promoted among the Egyptians the worship of Solar gods: Ra (the sun), Atonu (Solar god), and Shour, Anuri and Amon (gods of days).
The memory of great Instructors and Divine Initiates guiding the people inspired gods of the dead: Sokaris, Osiris, Isis, Anubis and Nephtis are their models
But the characteristic worship of Nature in the new Aryan Race creates gods of the elements: Gabu (earth), Nuit (sky), Un (primordial water) and Hapi (Nile).
These gods, transformed from generation to generation, change and live among men, are adored here and abandoned there, almost as if they had human life.
But gods of the dead were more deeply in the heart of the Egyptians since Menes, their Great Initiated King.
Solar gods were not considered supreme in all districts, but every district had its prevailing god.
They worshipped Hathor in Denderah, Nit in Sais, Nekhabit in Kab, and Harmakhis in Elephantine.
Gods of Egypt had wonderful temples in Memphis, Thebes and Elephantine; all of them were built on the shores of the Nile. Even today you can see ruins of Karnac, Denderah, Edfu and Philae.
One can see the magnificent religious memory of Egypt in the sphinx of Gizeh, in millenary pyramids, which are at the same time funereal tombs, temples to revere the ancestors, initiatic chambers and stone books that contain the science of the Universe.
Osiris, lord of death, with his forty-two infernal judges, receives the soul, while the heart of the dead person speaks for or against himself. Isis is his wife, symbol of the Moon, queen of death.
Osiris is Goodness, but constantly he fights against Sit-Typhon, image of Evil. Osiris is defeated and dismembered by Sit-Typhon, and his mutilated members are thrown to the Nile; but Isis, his wife, painfully looks for these mutilated members in the water, re-unites them and weeps by the corpse of this God killed and sacrificed for Good.
The Liberator will emerge from this mutilated body, and Horus, a chaste child, will be born to defeat finally Sit-Typhon.
In ancient Egypt, on the commemoration of Osiris’ Mysteries, there were important festivals, they kept vigil by the corpse and covered the image of Isis with black veils; but everything rejoiced when He resuscitated in Horus.
Hermes Trismegistos, the three-times-sage, is image of the Divine Incarnation on earth.
You find in all Aryan Religions this man that is One among all and that posterity reveres as Divine Incarnation.
The concept of Trinity is present in Egyptian religion, but representing always the aspect of a formal divine family.
Horus is born of Osiris and Isis; both Phtah, male god, and Sokhit, female goddess, give life to Nephertunus.
Upon all tombs of this ancient people, these three interlaced heads can be found.
Great books of this religion, that the priests preserved carefully from century to century, possessed all secrets of Atlantean wisdom, but the priests destroyed them totally in order to impede their access to profane people.
Some oral text existed in Alexandria’s Library, but flames destroyed this treasure forever. Now one can know certain fragment –which was wrongly conveyed– of the Book of the Dead.
The Egyptian knew exactly the existence of an astral body, and called it double of man, or Ka; thence their important worship of the dead and their beautiful art of embalming, which nobody could copy. They tried to preserve the appearance of the physical body and this way that body assumed the same aspect of past life during its rebirth.
They said Ka, or double body, was a subtle image, reproducing physical life, which covered the soul (called Khu by them) and emitted subtle radiation and phosphorescence.

Teaching 6: Arrangement of Religions

In former lessons we have explained the course of two fundamental great religions in the beginning of the Aryan Race. Vedas founded a human religion that later became Human-Divine. The Egyptians preserved a divine religion, that later became Divine-Human.
So we have two fundamental religions, namely, Vedic religion and Egyptian religion.
The one and the other alternately defeated, surpassed, assimilated and degraded one another, but ultimately the purpose was the triumph of Vedic religion and the disappearance of Egyptian religion.
Vedas founded a human religion that became Divine; while the Egyptians disappear along with their people, after delivering to men the treasure of their Divine Religion.
The two great Vedic and Egyptian currents were founders of ten great religions in the ancient world until the advent of Buddhism.
Vedas promoted the religions of Chaldeans, Persians, Greeks, Gauls and Romans.
The Egyptians fostered religions of Assyrians, Sargonides, Indians, Israelites and Mongolians.
These ten great religions molded the Idea-Mother of the Aryan Race, a fight between spirit and matter, a balance of pairs of opposites, and a hard fight between human reason and divine intuition.
Chaldeans, Persians and Greeks were of white skin, and great promoters of life and civilization by their own efforts. They are a glimpse of what a man can achieve only by his will and discernment.
The Gauls, swarms of forgotten Aryans in lands of central Europe had as their mission to preserve the religion of Nature as pure as possible.
The Romans, formed by Greek refinement and pushed by a way of barbarians from the north, formed between these two currents the strongest religion of our race, because Christendom and our entire current civilization were based on them
In their origin, the Assyrians and Sargonides were of dark skin and conveyed the Divine Religion of the Egyptians by means of their extraordinary development, which was more intuitive than rational.
The Indians preserved the early Egyptian religion through their gods and magical rites.
The Israelites have as their mission to keep in their religion the concept of a Unique and Personal God, by perpetuating themselves in the entire course of the Aryan Race like living symbol of our race itself.
The Mongolians were those who transmitted those high Confucius’ and Lao-tse’s teachings.

Teaching 7: The Chaldeans

Like two immense rivers that meet and come together, the ancient divine religion of the Atlanteans and the new religion of Vedas meet and flourished in the emerging Aryan race.
To the north-west of Africa, there was an inhospitable and almost uninhabited land.
Like an immense bulk of salt, the very thin sand of the desert was the only owner of that territory, but a new race settled on the eastern border of this desert and later was known by the name of the Medes.
Two great rivers, Euphrates and Tigris, crossed this desert, and lightened and promoted the foundational task of the new inhabitants.
Later the historic destruction of Atlantis will be written down on Chaldean annals under the legend of “God Belos”. God decides to destroy men because of their wickedness and instructs Xisustros to build an ark, to keep in it any good being, and to sail toward the land of Nicir, the promised land of salvation.
Titan and Ner, two Chaldean giants, are also glimpses of their knowledge about the Atlanteans, a race of giants.
Because of those fights of the early Chaldeans against the rebellious Nature and roughness of the territory, they deified elements and natural phenomena. But the deepest worship of this people, which would reach a very high level of civilization, is that of life after death, reincarnation and influence of good and evil beings on earth and men.
So, an early Chaldean priest is a magician, who by a perfect vocalization moves away lower spirits and evokes the protection of good spirits.
This deep study of magical arts transform Chaldean priests and Initiates into great chemists and very knowledgeable about the hidden aspect of Nature. They were perfect astronomers since they learnt that any human influence is subject to a stellar and sidereal influence. This is so true that we can see Chaldean temples as great observatories.
Their ancient rectangular temples were called Ziggourats, with three, four or seven superposed floors. They were built on high artificial ridges, and their half-spherical upper storey was a telescopic device of silver and gold. In it was the secret chamber of the Goddess Ishtar, where nobody could enter, except for Great Initiated Priests or those Enlightened beings that were clairvoyants.
Chaldean peoples, early clans constituted for being disciplined and organized, very soon achieved great power and civilization. They did not erect steles of stone or marble like the Egyptians did, but knew how to write down their history on big bricks of clay that survive until our days.
Also they worshipped a Unique God, Zi Ana (God-Creator), Si Kia (humanized God), a redeemer made man, called Great and Sublime Fish.
Enlil is the evil aspect of God, king of shadowy places, of hells and evil.
Chaldeans also knew the religious concept of Trinity, since they dignified Anu, Bel and Ea as one God with three heads.

Teaching 8: The Assyrians

The Assyrians were destined to form a Semitic religion par excellence. They became strong, indomitable and combative, since Assyria’s destiny was to remain detached at al costs from continuous wars, because it was surrounded by hostile powers.
So, of course, Assyrian religion is warlike par excellence and personified power of war, combat and victory.
Asur, King of the Assyrians, is a Semitic Initiate, who guides this people toward the conquest of a new civilization: civilization by power.
Being aware of their power, the Assyrians were not cruel with the defeated in order to learn their teachings, to assimilate their good customs and to intermix constructive values.
Asur, an Initiated King, becomes Holy City, and this Holy City, transformed into living Sanctuary, has a supreme worship –Asur.
The enormous library of Asur proved this progressive virtue. It was there where they kept documents about the ancient Atlantean civilization, the history of the early Assyrians, and the book of prophecy and construction of the great pyramid of Kheops.
Since Assirya is religion of combat, the builder of those pyramids is the Great victorious King; the female aspect is represented by Semiramis, divine daughter of Derketos of Askalon.
Semiramis, abandoned when she was born, was picked up by a shepherd called Simas, who lovingly reared and instructed her in the art of war. Married to Oanes, she went with him to fight; but Nino fell in love with her, and abducted and associated her with the empire. Since then, riding a radiant white horse, from victory to victory, she defeated enemies, founded temples and hoarded up art treasures in the great Ninive. Later, Ninias, her son, conspired against her and, as she heard about it, grief-stricken, became a white dove and disappeared on the sky.
The early worship of the Assyrians was like that of the Chaldeans. They worshipped the God Belos and offered him sacrifices, but later they formed their own worship by deifying their kings or transforming those foreign gods into national gods.
Nothing remains today of this ancient religion in the world, but its history of religious grandeur, of a One and Trine God, of punishment and reward after death, is written down on any subsequent religion.
When the Assyrian people declined and its decadence began, those early, pure and strong worships, which implored before a combat or celebrated a triumph after a battle by means of simple and original rites, were substituted for luxurious ceremonies and human sacrifices.

Teaching 9: The Persians

As Aryan civilizations succeeded one another, religions experienced changes, modifications and transformations.
On the basin of the Tigris, in Central Asia, the strong and indomitable Assyrians stayed, and soon they grew up, developed a powerful civilization.
Populous and lost cities of Asur, Ninive and Gale are memorials of this people.
Like the Egyptian people, their great enemy –defeated and victorious at a time– they divinized Nature, the Goddess Dove, that is, their great queen Semiramis, while the worship of the male aspect of God was symbolized by the holy fire constantly burning in temples.
They had to follow a new religion, which really would deify and exalt the divine concept, by depriving it of a lot of idols, statues and several worships.
The Divine Atlantean Religion had been crushed under monstrous statues of numerous gods, and that pure and natural religion of the early Aryans had been substituted for gross forms.
Asur, the winged god emerged from the Solar disc, had lost any harmonious meaning of mankind linked with the Divinity.
On a vast plateau of Asia, surrounded by rivers Indus, Tigris and Caspian Sea, a new was taking form, which was a mixture of Persians, Medes and Assyrians –the Iranian or Persian race.
In the beginning of civilization, Zoroaster, a Great Initiate, descended to them. This Great Being destroyed idolatry and raised the standard of the Great God, the Unique God, the Solar Word: Ahuramazda.
Since then, the Solar worship, symbol of the Divine Religion of the Atlanteans, will shine again on any standard, on any throne and altar.
In his youth, Zoroaster is taken by Vohumano, tutelary god of the race, to a high mountain and there Ahuramazda gives him the Avesta, holy code of the new religion.
He established the Iranian religion, the two fundamental tenets about good and evil. Goodness 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 punishment.
Even in death, this new religion deprives itself of many forms, because the corpses of their dead people are exposed on high towers to be devoured by prey birds, and their bones reduced to ashes by the sun.
Iranian religion opens an interlude among Aryan religions that have lost their early harmony based on a monotheistic and polytheistic worship at a time, even though later, and as any religion, the Iranian religion became material y worshipped several gods. All successive religions never lost the true concept of racial religion, which is a divine memory contained in human form.
From Oxus’ and Laxartes’ shores, close to the mystic plateau of Pamir, the Iranians came down toward Bactriana and Nizaya. Empires of Medes and Persians emerged from these numerous nomadic tribes.
Until our days and like a dream, stories about important cities of these nations (Ecbatana and Persepolis) come to us.
Their early language was like Zenzar and Sanskrit, and related to the Avesta, a book entirely lost, because the Zend-Avesta was just a commentary about the early text (Zen = commentary).
The religious concept of the Persians is natural and divine. Everything emanated from the Eternal One –from Zervani Akerena. The Non-Manifested One expressed Himself in a manifested god: Ormuzd or Ahuramazda. Also there was a god of evil: Ahriman.
Their concept about life was not of an absolute good or an absolute evil because they had in very high esteem the tenet of pairs of opposites. Ormuzd does not overcome always, but periodically there is an age of good and an age of evil. The one balances the other. But the great god of the Persians is Mitra, image of cosmic energy.
Ormuzd, Ahriman and Mitra form the Holy Trinity. Good and evil fade away, but Divine Energy remains eternally.
This adoration of the Son makes Solar image shine over palaces and standards of the Persians. Iran is totally the city of the god Sun.
Worship of fire emerges as a result of this fervent veneration.
Fire is the only symbol and the only image in this radiant temple of gold.
Priests foretell the future by means of flames on the altar, and the voice of the gods comes from fire.
Zarathustra was the Great Prophet of Iran, Divine Incarnation appeared to renew a declined Persian people; one should not mistake this Prophet for Zoroaster, who was the Initiate that guided to the early Iranians from Bactriana to the plateau of Iran.
Persian religion is totally cosmogonic and astrological in relation to its symbol and form. The Sun is abode of the blessed souls; but to go up to him, the souls have to pass through seven doors, which are images of the planets, but also image of initiatic stages to climb in order to achieve their liberation or the state of Solar Initiate.
No evidence remains of Persian civilization and of its enormous progress, since history only knows something from the Sasanides’ dynasty on.
The Persians also have in Persepolis an important library and a museum with texts of the remotest times of the Syrians, which the Greek destroyed under Alexander.
Now Persian religions disappeared totally, but in India there is Mazdeism, which is an image of that ancient religion, the second religion after Hinduism that survives until our days. Even today, a Mazdeistic or Parsi priest kindles the holy fire but does not touch it, put embers on the top of two sticks of sandal to kindle it and, in certain temples, he does not kindle the fire; for years, devotees expect that a lightning from the sky may kindle that fire.
In the antiquity, Persians priests, who had perfectly the elemental entities under control, attracted a lightning from the sky to kindle the fire on the altar.

Teaching 10: The Sargonides

Usually, the second great era Assyrian Semite, of this Iranian people, is called Assyrian; but there is a significant difference between these two eras, and between these two peoples.
We have seen that the Assyrians were descendants of the Aryan-Semites, who had assimilated early black peoples that they had subdued.
They grew up and became powerful and wise, but later they had their time of decadence.
Then they did not worship the Unique God and were not messengers between the Most High and men; those powerful temples, reservoirs of warlike energy were only galleries with statues of gods, of any form and dimension; and kings stopped being righteous descendants of the mythological king Nino, and were dissolute and lazy.
Meanwhile, Semitic provinces, under the Assyrians, became strong, abhorred pagan customs and wished to come back to the worship of the unique and true God.
God created a warlike and indomitable man, very courageous and strong, of Semitic origin, whose name was Sargon.
He made rebel his brothers of race against the kings, declared war, gradually defeated those who were in control, and was lord and king of the entire Assyrian territory.
That is why he is called “Sargon the Usurper”; the era of the Assyrian Sargonides, of Semitic origin, begins with him.
This man renewed people and cities, founded new towns, crushed rebellious provinces, destroyed idols and re-established the worship of God, revered in spirit and truth.
Until his assassination, his entire lifetime was of war and reformation. He destroyed the barrier of Egypt and Elman against Assyria, and made his kingdom thrive immensely.
After conquering Chaldea and after plundering Babylon for the second time, he built temples with seven stairs where the holy tree was revered, which was image of the seven eternal manifestations, and that has been copied from mysteries of the goddess Ishtar and of the Babylonian god Belos.
Ancient pieces of clay represented the king Sargon standing before the holy tree, his head inclined, as if he were sleeping.
This holy tree was image of the manifested God, according to Sargon’s priests.
Its first part, composed of three branches, represented the lower or animal manifestation; the second part, with red branches, represented the life of man; and other light blue branches represented the existence of intermediate worlds, where precedent warriors stayed.
Other higher branches, of yellow color, represented the abode of angels or superior spirits. Fifth, sixth and seventh branches were image of the Trine and Invisible God.
Later this strong race would hand on its teachings, symbols and writings to Moabites and Hebrews.

Teaching 11: The Greeks

In the Egean islands, a barbaric people grew up, which would become origin of the Celts and founder of Greece.
Seemingly, destiny will leave in the deepest darkness and abandonment those peoples that had to be founders of great races and glorious dynasties.
These half-savage peoples that were unaware of writing, arts or social system, lived totally in contact with Nature and practiced a purely human and external religion, which was a residue of the early Aryan religion.
They transformed any power of Nature and any manifestation of life into a divinity. They were unaware of a Unique God or an Initiated King to rule over earth like that of the Egyptians of Pharaohs.
They established clans, and Greece never was as great as when it was ruled as a republic.
Greece was formed with these Egean, Ionian and Dorian tribes.
Its oldest memories are told in two national epics: the Iliad, which describes the destruction of Troy, and the Odyssey, which sings Ulysses’ adventures.
Great cities emerge around temples of different divinities, and they are at the same time religious and legislative heads of these peoples, among them, Athens, Sparta, Corinth, Thebes, Samos and Mileto.
Greece progressed and extended until the southern part of Italy, called Magna Graecia.
Zeus, son of Rhea, inspire a feeling of strength that has to win at all costs.
Aphrodite, the goddess of love, born of sea foam, grants to them their right to pleasure and life.
Demeter, the goddess of earth and fertility, assures them the fruit of a work properly done.
And the Olympus, mount of Macedonia, becomes a paradise where many gods stay and where youth and happiness become perennial.
The Greeks defeated the Persians and later they became more and more strong and great, and in times of Alexander, son of the King Philip of Macedonia, their splendor reached the acme.
Alexander founded a city in Egypt, which would be seat of the new Ptolomaic Empire and established there the greatest and riches museum and library that contained learned and historic documents never seen before by Humanity.
As Greece grew greater, it acquired knowledge about the unity of God.
The greatest philosophers will come from Greece: first, Socrates, later sentenced to death for believing in a Unique God; and later, Plato, his disciple, who in such a wonderful way declared the existence of a supreme being and explained the hidden meaning of different Greek divinities.
Aristotle, Xenophon and many others came later.
The Greek wisdom is prophetically synthesized by Pythagoras. He explains the Vedic sense of eternity and the creational aspect of the universe with mathematical accurateness.
No religion explains, like the Greek religion, the purity and simplicity of the early worship of the Aryans. Natural forces that gradually are incorporated and transformed into living persons and divinities, are so beautiful that thousands and thousands of years after the disappearance of the Greeks and of their religion, continue to live in treatises by philosophers that are studied until our days, and in art testimonies immortalized by those legends.
In the ancient Greece, the true worship of gods, images and ceremonies began on the period called Mycenian. But Greek idols reached their acme just in the Hellenic era.
The Hellenic era is composed of Eolian, Ionian and Dorian dynasties. The union of these three forces makes the ancient Greece thrive in religion, poetry, sculpture and music, since the Hellenic worship is a result of fine arts, and fine arts are not a consequence of the worship like in other religions.
Any force, impulse and courageous action come along with arts and create a god.
You can see this in the birth of popular mythology. Chronos and the ancient Titans are civilization in its infancy and culture in its beginning, since Zeus, the Great God, emerges from this uneducated and strong people.
Now he is a God, symbol of strength, order, victory and law established for the progress and grandeur of the Greek.
In the Olympus, which is his kingdom, he assembles divinities of all kinds –of air, sea, earth, heaven and hell.
He is the Absolute One that contains in his invulnerable fist, in his unbreakable will, any human and divine power, according to the Hellenic dream of a unique people that subdued all others and controlled them by persuasion, strength and arts of any kind.
Zeus shares his celestial kingdom with his siblings Poseidon and Hera. The latter, wife and sister of the God, is symbol of potential and manifested power; numerous sons help these severe gods in their reign.
Pallas Athena is the goddess of power and war, and patron of Athens and of studious people, since she is born of an inspired thought of Zeus.
Phoebe, the god of the Solar light, symbol of vital energy of this luminary, adorned with beauty and grace, and holding an arrow and a lyre, hurts all those that desire to learn and captivates them by means of inspired poetry, music and fine arts.
Artemis is sister of the son, symbol of clear night, of the Moon, of the countryside and of hunters; she protects and regulates the female physiology.
Hermes, symbol of the son of God, is revered as messenger of the gods; he protects youth, the future promise of the people, and finally saves the souls and guides them toward the mansion of peace.
Hephaistos is the God of fire, none like him is able to work metals; he is symbol of mystical fire and of vital current generating beings. Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty, love and generation, would be unable to give life to men without Hephaistos’ intervention and power. Hephaistos is the only legitimate consort despite her other lovers, because generation power is one in its fundamental aspect.
Aries is the god of violent war, which is abhorred by the rest of the gods.
Hestia is patron of home and guardian angel.
Poseidon, image of the instinctive matter, is king of waters and sea, and of storms and earthquakes; he holds a trident, symbol of power over the elements or over the lower triangle, namely, mind, energy and matter.
Demeter, sister of Zeus, is the mother earth that gives life to Nature, makes trees flower, fertilizes crops and makes grapes thrive.
But Dionysos or Bacchus is the god of wine, like symbol of bacchanalia, oblivion and astral pleasure.
These are not the only gods in the Hellenic Olympus because after them there are many minor gods and goddesses, such as the Parcae, symbol of the goddesses of destiny, the nine Muses; and the three Charites, symbol of grace and beauty-
The Greeks deified also their heroes, but the true worship strove for finding the Unique God behind all aspects of every divinity.
Xenophanes, a great philosopher, deplored the concept of ordinary people that worshipped the external symbol of the gods and forgot the Only God, bodiless and formless, but that is pure essence.
Poetry helped worship in a significant way by means of nuptial, funereal and epic songs.
Long ago, before Homer’s Odyssey, Linus, Hymeneus and Orpheus are remembered as great poets.
All arts created and co-operated with the worship.
No people achieved so much in arts and philosophy as the Greeks, to such extent that will be difficult to surpass them.
This civilization, born amid the pillars of the seven sciences, touched and deepened all knowledge, discovered and synthesized all beauty and gave a new sense to life by means of poetry, literature and philosophy.
It is impossible to enumerate all artists of the archaic period, because they are very numerous. Of them we can remember Solon, who besides poet, gave laws of Athens and was one of the seven sages in those heroic times. Even we should not forget Sapho, that wonderful poetess, who chanted so sweetly to pleasures of living like very few could ever do after her.
But the greatest poet of Greece was Pindar, but only fragments of his poems came to our days.
Like them, many others, namely, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Epicharmus and Aristophanes.
We should not forget Aesop, author of satiric prose, or Herodotus, the historian.
The Greek knowledge grows richer by a legion of studious men that loved the truth, namely, the philosophers.
That row of wonderful sages begins with Xenophanes. In those days he wrote in an excellent way about the origin of the Universe and the concept of divinity.
But it is in the Attic period when philosophers flourished.
The oldest philosopher is Thales of Mileto, who based his philosophy on the study of physics, geometry and astronomy; in his view, water was the original principle of all natural things.
Anaximander and Anaximenes belong to his school; the two were from Mileto and in their view the Universe, besides its physical conception, resulted from a subtler unknown element, which they called “Infinite concrete mass”.
Also Heraclitus of Ephesus belonged to the physical school and attributed a divine spirit to the elements.
In those days, Xenophanes, a monotheistic philosopher, abhorred images and apparently preceded the iconoclasts.
But the most outstanding philosophical school was the Italic school under Pytaghoras. Over all, he was a great mathematician that applied mathematical and algebraic foundations to the Universe and metaphysical laws. He is one of the first that expressed the idea of metempsychosis or reincarnation.
Leucipus of Elea founded an atomic philosophy; in his view, the soul of man causally and energetically results from atomic cell agglutination.
Empedocles wanted to synthesize spirit and matter. So he images the Universe like two intermixed significant currents that create manifested life.
For the first time, Anaxagoras distributed and arranged the elements in groups, and Hippocrates, a physician and philosopher, did the same.
Greek philosophies had declined and became more and more materialistic, and finally Sophists and their school arrived.
It is then when Socrates, great philosopher of the spirit, emerges.
His work is completed by his disciple Plato, founder of the Academic school, who left very numerous writings; in his works one can clearly see his deep spiritual and esoteric sense.
Since then, the philosopher starts flying through spaces of the mind and to look for subtle questions about imponderable things.
Aristotle is the philosopher of ideas, mind, spiritual conceptions and static sense of living, and founder of the Peripatetic school.
As this schools expanded, other two schools came into being in Athens, namely, the Epicurean school and the Stoic school.
Epicurus, founder of former, taught his disciples that the gods do not deal with human matters, and that man is born to enjoy wisely pleasures of living, meeting his desires with righteous desires, disposing of pain and unrest, and that one should not fear death because death becomes only dissolution of our body.
In the Stoic school’s view, founded by Zeno of Cippus, human virtue consists only of virtue and total control of passions.
The Christian moral is based on this school, which considered the human soul like a part, not like an emanation of the divinity, and that the supreme good consists of being able to help our neighbors.
The last Greek philosophers, called of the Roman period, very influenced by the grandeur of Rome, were Iamblichus, Heliodorus, Dionysius and many others. Among them, there are certain Christians belonging to the Neoplatonic school, namely, Justinus, Plotinus, Origen, Basilius and Eusebius.
Also we should mention Ammonius Saccas, the great philosopher of Alexandria, founder of the Neoplatonic esoteric school.
Also Basilides belonged to this school, and we can say that stupendous legion of Greek philosophers perished with those men that founded all schools in force until our days.

Teaching 12: The Indians

Remnants of Atlantean tribes, emigrating toward the centre of the American continent, came by following a narrow strip of earth saved from many earthquakes.
This continent, virgin and splendid in its savage state, extended toward the south-east, where the mountain range loomed with its immaculate crests, emerging as if from the sea foam.
These Atlantean peoples founded flourishing colonies in the heart of the jungle.
According to Incaic traditions, four brothers founded Cuzco, but one of them killed the others and transformed them into rocks, and the killer, after his death, became rock to be worshipped.
The early worship of the Indians was that of stones, on which they put their offerings and made sacrifices.
After the great catastrophe –the collapse of the ancient Atlantean continent– new tribes, of the few that could save themselves, arrived.
These tribes knew the pure worship of the Solar Divinity in the great city of golden doors.
They established the same rites upon the rock of Huiracocha, essential god and infinite principle; they kindled the holy fire of the god Pachacamac, oriented forever toward the Solar god, the great god Inti.
They built great temples of gold, since the Solar rite did rejected any instrument or adornment that was not of gold.
Virgins in white and adorned with crowns of gold, who only could be married by a king, kept the flame constantly burning in the sanctuary.
The male aspect, symbolized by the Sun, was completed by the female worship of the goddess Mama-Quilla or Coya, the Moon. In long rows, devotees attended at night to her temples, which were totally of silver, in order to worship and revere her.
Also the Incas worshipped other gods, namely, Catequil, the god of thunder; Cuicha, the rainbow: and Chozco, the god of love, similar to Venus.
This people knew the fundamental principle of the universe because it was aware of a non-manifested god. Piguerao, who disappears when the universe becomes manifested, twin brother of Atachucho, personal god, born of the early egg.
The first mate, the American Adam and Eve were Manco-Capac and Mama Oello Huaco, even though not all believed that that they founded the human race, since certain people felt that it was funded by the Inca Rock, direct descendant of the Sun.
Aztecs, Miltecs and Toltecs are very similar as to religion and customs, and also descendants of the Atlanteans.
Contrary to the red-skins of the Rocky Mountains, who had preserved on high level customs of an entirely spiritual religion by means of patriarchal and venerable habits, these Indians of Central America were materialistic, fierce and blood-thirsty.
In their view, the universe had been created by Citlantenac, the subtle universe, along with Citlalique, the thick universe.
In their cosmogonic annals they remembered four ages, namely, the age of water, when Earth inhabited by giants had the Flood.
The second age, the age of earth, where the surviving giants took refuge, was destroyed by severe seismic movements.
The third age, age of air, had been swept by cyclones.
As to the fourth age, that of fire, immense flames devoured human beings, and the Sun, the Moon and stars had been born and ascended to the firmament.
The gods are formed by the broken knife of Citlantenac, and men are born of certain bone of a dead god.
Earth was revered in the goddess Amon, but Cinteotl was the favorite; she rules over the growth of corn (maize), traditional plant of the Indians, and also protects germination.
They represented her like a beautiful woman laden with spikes and holding a child: they immolate in her honor human victims that had to be healthy and strong persons without physical defects. These persons were placed upon the altar of sacrifice, their chest was opened with a sharp knife, and their still palpitating heart was taken out and consecrated to this frightful goddess.
It would be impossible to enumerate all gods revered by these peoples. Tosi was the mother of gods, grandmother of men, and patron of magicians and wizards.
Mixcoatec was the god of storms. Xiuhteuctli, the god of fire. Chihuatcoatl, the goddess serpent, kind and loving, had given birth before any other woman and was patron of women in labor.
But the great god, the sweet god, in white, is Quetzalcoatl, the Plumed Serpent, who promotes peace. As he descended on men, he prohibited human sacrifices and banished the evil individuals.
Especially revered by the Toltecs, his symbol was a cross. Tired of being among men, he wished to return to the celestial regions, and left Tula, the highest city where he was revered, in desolation.
The god Texcatlipoca reigned after Quetzalcoatl; he was evil, vindictive and perverse, and again sowed sorrow among men.
Quickly the Indians were disappearing and remained buried forever under missing cities, treasures and memorials of their ancient and divine religion.
But since nothing perishes totally, an ancient tribe of Indian still remains intact, in the Rocky Mountains –they are pure descendants of the lost Atlantean Race of the dynasties of the eagle.
In the mountains, even today the deep echo of revered names of Manitu, the eternal god, resounds, and also that of Masson, the son of the living god. They have remained there like an eternal symbol.

Teaching 13: The Gauls

The Celts gave rise to the Greeks, Macedonians and Carthaginians; these peoples were beautiful, strong, warlike, versatile and lovers of Nature.
The origin of the Romans is very obscure because the Etruscans, ancient remnants of the Iranians, and the Sabinians, inhabitants of the Latium, were of Aryan-Semite origin; but in Sicily and throughout the coast of Calabria Italic people lived, of pure Celtic race, who eventually make their lands thrive and, mixed with other peoples, founded the Roman caste.
The Celts extended throughout the Atlantic coast of Spain, invaded Gaul and went through the British Islands.
The Gauls were a pure Celtic race, and their lands extended from northern to the Ocean and Rhin.
It was very difficult the arrival of other peoples because of thick forests, virgin jungles, torrential rivers, impervious ways through, long winters and numerous wild beasts.
Even the Gauls, devoid of any contact and forced to fight fiercely for their survival and preservation, remained in a half-savage state.
A clan was supreme authority or, rather, the family concept and the experience of the elders.
Since they lived by the product of hunting and fishing, their worship consisted of images of those animals, which they wore like amulets, and also feathers, bones, et cetera.
Pliny describes them properly: of fierce aspect and grim gaze, they defended themselves with stones and gross spears. Their savage and guttural cries frightened and drove the enemy army away.
The priestly or druidic caste was the most representative of the Gauls. Since their childhood they were devoted to the goddess of war. They lived detached from their parents, reared by priests, and prepared in the art of war and manipulation of weapons.
When they were grown-ups, the entire people served and revered them. In the beginning of spring – when the snow melted or, more exactly, after the first Full Moon of March– was time to fight.
They guided heir people like gods-warriors. Their wars were among their own tribes, or all together against the barbarians from the other shore of the Rhin.
Without any mythology, they revered Nature, trees, mountains, rivers and, over all, their ancestors.
They had a caste of virgins devoted to serve in the temple; these virgins worshipped the Moon, and paid perennial homage to the Moon.
In Full Moon, they went out in long rows, in white, singing hymns to the Moon and imploring its help. The oldest and more expert woman became a pythoness and by means of palpitating entrails of newly-sacrificed bird she foretold the time to come of tribes, destiny of peoples, hours to combat and signs of blessing or curse
The Germans were a people brother of the Gauls.
A Celtic people lived as if they were lost in the immense snowy steppes of Nordic countries, now Scandivania.
They were red-haired men, of sharp and metallic gaze, tall and handsome; their shrill cries, like the wind, resounded in the vastness of glacial deserts.
They inherited from their Aryan parents the worship of divine Nature, which they embellished through legends and poems.
Brothers of these peoples are the Germans of northern Europe, who preserve the type, worship and warlike tradition.
The epic of these peoples is written down on the Scandinavian Edda –their holy book. This books should not be mistaken for the Eddas, written about 1200 by Snorri Sturlesson.
Alphadur is the only god, born of the boreal light on the luminous skies. Thor or Donar is the god of power; Odin is the god of wisdom; and Freyr is the god of kindness. They are the Scandinavian Trinity.
Eventually, Odin is over the rest of gods and becomes the powerful Wotan, god and lord of heaven and earth, another Jupiter that steadily rules over destinies of gods, men and demons.
His enemy is Sartur, the black Satan of earth and abysses. A cold and implacable space exists between them
Friga, wife of Wotan, is symbol of fertilization, of holy home and of worthy conjugal life.
Her sons are the shining Azas, thirty-two brave warriors that defend the Walhalla. They fight against Imes and his people –the giants of ice.
There is a great war between earth and heaven, between giants and gods. Thor, the god of lightning, firstborn of Odin, and Bera, the god of courage, fight in the Great War and destroy those immense figures of ice.
Earth becomes a river of blood, and a new race appears upon it. >From the cut head of Imes, the first human mate emerges –Aske and Embla.
Nine shining virgins, the far-sighted Walkyries have come into being from the powerful thought of Wotan; they usher the combat and lead on their white horses the dead victor, the fallen soldier toward the happy abode of the Walhalla. They see the destiny of men and always lead them to victory.
Combat was the highest religious worship among savage peoples of those gelid jungles. With unstoppable impetus they rushed in fight because they knew that after death they would be taken away to paradise on a white and winged steed by those warlike goddesses.
Worship was held in the jungle, under an ilex or holy ash trees; ilex was devoted to the ancestors and ash tree to the gods.
There that savage pythoness in white, on moonlight, evoked the gods and decided day and hour of the combat. She was over chiefs of clan, and her word was absolute and sacred.
Sometimes Furni, the fierce wolf, tied by the gods to a frightful chain, howled among thunders and lightning, claiming for human blood; then they sacrificed human victims to placate the wrath of this terrible wolf.
Upon the altar of white stone, the priestess opened the chest of young people chosen for the martyrdom.
But this people had to perish, this religion has to end, driven away by the Roman eagle and the Christian cross.
This had been foretold by their holy books when they prophesized that the wicked Lake would destroy and defeat the gods and that the Walhalla would collapse in flames, and everything would be again in ruins.

Teaching 14: The Israelites

An expanded Semitic people throughout different places of Asia, which were nomadic tribes, became strong peoples, like the Phenicians, Arameans and, on lower scale, the Moabites.
But others rejected sedentary life and preferred the desert to the city, the country tent to the comfortable house, and the unleavened bread of natural furnace to tasty dishes.
Among the rest of peoples, usually even Semites fragmented the Divinity by attributing it different aspects and forms.
But these pure sons of the sand and of unending routes have in their simple minds only one concept about God: Eloh, spirit, invisible being, unknown power, which they were unable to define.
These nomadic Terakites, divided into several tribes, formed perhaps the twelve tribe of Israel. But the tribes of Ben Israel and Ben Jacob prevailed over the others.
These nomads, called “Hibrim” by the Assyrians and Chaldeans (which means “Hebrews”, that is, those who come from beyond the river) had a very high worship of preservation of their own race and purity of their own blood.
They were descendants of the Semitic Atlanteans, who for centuries and centuries, had to fight to maintain their blood intact, since it had to be handed on to subsequent generations to form the new type of man.
Their ancestral mission had been to maintain in the world the physical type of the new race, which they had begotten from their Atlanteans ascendants.
This power to keep the race intact revealed an absolute intolerance to mix their blood with anyone outside their tribe.
The religion of the early Hebrews was entirely simple and vast.
While caravans and camels slowly went through roads toward the Euphrates or through paths of Syria or the Fore-Lebanon, they offered their prayers to the Almighty with slow rhythmic songs, similar to the Iasar of the Israelites and the Kitab-el-Aghni of the Arabians.
Now and then they settled and camped close to an oasis and, before continuing slowly their journey, erected a stone memorial called “Iad” and, when they did not find a stone, then piled lots of stones that until our days the Arabians of the desert call “El Galgail”.
The wind that formed enormous dunes and whistled day and night through their tents; lightning that hurt implacably their cattle, so lovingly guided by them; the Moon that traced its paths by a strip of light projected on the sand; and the starry sky and the burning sun, all this was their “Eloh”.
Instead of dividing these elements and of assigning to them different names and attributes, they assimilated them together like a unique expression of supernatural power, “Elohim”, which at the same time is the God One and the powers of God together in One.
This simple worship, practiced by the early Egyptians, Chaldeans and Assyrians –which they lost in the course of time and progress–, had laid the foundations of the monotheistic concept that still lasts in the world.
Jehovah is a name given to God later, when this God One becomes more material and more united to destinies of the Israelite people.
The Hebrews were devoid of mythology, since their simple worship did not accept it; even really they had not any worship itself, since they carried with them, in the Teraphim or portable ark, an oil that usually they poured on their stone memorials.
The Hebrews had worships and temples just after their captivity in Egypt and Babylon, once they settled in Palestine.
According to the Semitic concept, God is All, and the Absolute, cannot be named, and comprises everything, but man is transient.
Unlike 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 that man survives in the hereafter. To them, a venerable and respected old age, their name uttered reverently after their death, and the memory of the patriarch perpetuated in their race, all this is enough.
Beyond is just the nothing, eternal silence, what a man must not investigate. In the most extraordinary of cases, certain enlightened beings were taken away, during their lifetime, toward the kingdoms of God, in order to live beside Him.
Nomadic tribes of the Hebrews, or rather, certain tribes, had settled in low Egypt to such an extent that got their own name, and were called Ben-Joseph’s. They prevailed over those Ben-Israel’s and those of Ben-Jacob’s tribes, and attracted and controlled them, by keeping an aristocratic predominance.
But frequent nomadic invasions had weakened Egypt and the Pharaohs, and these foreigners promoted periodical intestine revolutions in Pharaohs’ provinces.
A young Levi, assigned to the Egyptian worship and called Moses, rebelled the Hebrews against the Pharaohs and, at the head of this people, led them to escape toward the desert of Canaan.
The Hebrew people did not take anything from the Egyptian worship, since in Judea always was considered blameworthy anything that remembered Egypt, namely, calf of gold, serpent of brass, and other idols. They just preserved the Egyptian priesthood, copied from Levis.
As you have seen, the Hebrew worship is based totally in worships of Chaldea and Assyria. But the pure early worship of the Elohim, which had culminated on the beautiful patriarchal figure of Abraham and that was only universal monotheism, gradually became racial monotheism –Jahveh, the Jehovah of the Jews, was not any more an Eternal God that comprises everything, but the peculiar god of the new people, a god reduced to a narrow strip of earth, to a short number of men and to a personalized relativity.
As this people settles in Canaan and establishes itself like a steady tribe, it further condenses in itself this individual god.
The spiritual concept of the Hebrews becomes more and more obscure, in spite of David’s reign and if Solomon’s Temple: the more splendid is their spiritual progress, the more materialistic they become.
But pain and prophets awakened this people to preserve the heritage of the Semitic religion throughout races.
During their captivity in Babylon, far away from Jerusalem, far away from splendor of Palestine, and far away from the great solemnity of their destroyed Temple, they though again of the true immensity of God, and to hear the vital voice of their prophets.
Back again in Jerusalem, by will of Cyrus “the Great”, King of Persia, they re-established the purest worship. Ezra re-unites lost and scattered laws of the people and enlarges and establishes definitively the Torah.
The spiritual life flourishes, and philosophies and men proclaim the existence of the spirit after death.
The subsequent Sadducees are materialistic, while the Pharisees are spiritual in Israel.
They not only consider the dead letter of law, but also study its esoteric and hidden part. And when the emerging Christians wanted to possess the holy books of the Hebrews, gladly the latter delivered them; so they gave the dead letter to the Christians, and hid the esoteric part that is beautifully reflected on the Talmud.

Teaching 15: The Romans

The Racenians –who eventually after centuries were called Etruscans– were an extraordinary civilization; this is proven even today by remnants of monuments discovered in excavations made in those missing cities.
But other peoples, of Semitic origin, and particularly those tribes that letter were called Ligurians, invaded the Italic peninsula, destroy their ancient inhabitants and impose their laws and religion, of Egyptian and divine origin.
Since then, the worship of ancestors begins and the hero and dead chief of a tribe are transformed into God.
The origin of the ancient Romans is entirely mythological and based on beliefs of all ancient Aryan religions –a god made man.
Rea Silvia, a priestess of the worship of fire, or Solar, secretly marries the God Mars, and becomes mother of Romulus and Remus. The two children are the product of a divine and human manifestation. Abandoned in the river, a shepherd picks them up and a she-wolf suckles them; here is the symbol of the descent of the pure souls to the lower world to conquer them.
Romulus killed his brother and later founded a people of outlaws that established 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 highest religion of the Romans is courage, victory in combat, and grandeur of their people.
The only God, the only priest, is the king, or dictator, or emperor. Their only god is their indomitable and unstoppable pride that never allows them to rest.
The Eagle had to be the first religious image of the Romans because like the eagle they wanted to fly upper and upper.
They choose gods after becoming great and extending extraordinarily their domains by the contact of the Greeks, whose sense of religion and mythology was inborn.
The Romans never had their own gods; they copied them from the Hellenic Olympus. Jupiter, king of heaven, is Zeus of Athens; Venus is Aphrodite; Mars is Ares; Appolo is Phoebe; Vulcan is Hephaistos, and so on.
But along with the worship and imitation of Greek gods, there was a decline of the family worship, of the early worship, and so the grandeur of Rome was undermined.
Romans were particularly superstitious or skeptical, and their power and splendor were such that attracted all worships of other extant religions.
In the times of the empire there were numberless sects in Rome, which sometimes degraded and belittled their own gods and their own worship. Therefore, it was natural a reaction produced in time of the Christians.
The Roman Empire had tolerated everything and had admitted all gods in its pantheon; but could not renounce to deify its ruler because the support and structure of the entire Empire is the almost divine power of the soldiers that ruled over it. Thence, the violent persecution against the Christians that denied the basic divinity of the Empire.
The Romans were not rich as to science or philosophy because they adapted the Greek philosophers and foreign sciences, and to them, war was the supreme interest and the only desire of man.
The Roman religious period can be divided into three stages:
First: That of Nature and family worship of this warlike people, when they flourished to the utmost.
Second: Period of adopting Greek gods, that of settlement of the Empire.
Third: Christian period, that of quick descent in the great Empire of the eagles.

Teaching 16: The Mongolians

The origin of Chinese civilization (Chun-Chin) are lost in the fog of Vedic times, because Vedas were those tribes settled on the rock of Chung-Yang, defeated their inhabitants, and assimilated them and adapted themselves to them
This country, extended from Tibet until the Yellow Sea, has kept better than anyone else the concept of a divine religion, since like the Egyptians they see their emperor as the highest being. He rules over men and gods; the Pantheon of Chinese gods is subject in its category to the orders of the emperor; thence the name of this kingdom –Celestial Empire.
The most ancient and real emperor, since precedent dynasties are only myths and legends, was Yu, of the Hia’s dynasty.
He builds cities, organizes armies, fights against his enemies and is always victorious in his undertakings.
The Chinese annals date back from that time; they are perfect codes related to social, moral, and economic order.
But it is Confucius who transforms the Chinese imperial grandeur into religion.
He transforms the military order into practical philosophy: obedience to the king into filial devotion, like a son for his father and a man for God. He establishes a discipline that has to transform the human sorrow in continuous happiness; but this can be possible through a perfect leader and chief, who lives a life strictly moral.
The Book of the Annals, written by him, became code, religious text, which still today is a guide of the high Chinese aristocracy.
But Confucius’ religion does not deal with life after death, since it is merely materialistic. Its entire purpose consists in providing man with a happier and more comfortable life.
It is Lao-tse the philosopher and great Chinese Initiate in metaphysics. He teaches men the science of the soul, and says all that we see is manifestation of a sublime, hidden and fundamental principle, and that the true bliss consists of looking for that unique truth, which can reincorporate a human being in his early state.
Yang, the male principle, and Yin, the female principle, are the two energetic forces that maintain the universe.
Lao-tse leaves in China such a number of disciples that they form a true army, and a religion that still survives, called Taoism. “Tao” means “path”, “religion”; but eventually the Taoist religion lost its early concepts of pure spirituality, and became a magical religion. A Taoist priest drives away evil spirits, consecrates family Manes, makes amulets and relics, and certain liquor extracted from a peach, which is like an elixir of life, a tonic of rejuvenation.
But Buddhism was the most disseminated religion in China, even though today the Shintoism prevails, which is a synthesis of the three, but independent and based on the worship of fire. The Emperor professes this religion because it is a synthesis of the three; the aristocracy follows Confucius’s laws; priests and sages follow Lao-tse laws; and the people is Buddhist.
Buddhism is so closely linked with the figure of its founder that it is impossible to speak of one and not to remember the other.
In Kapilavastu, a little kingdom of Punjab, the prince Siddhartha is born. Devaki Maya, his mother, dies when she gives life to him; and he stays comfortably with the king, his father, in his palace. He grows up unaware of miseries of the world, marries a close princess, and very soon the mate has a child.
But a cloud of infinite doubt floats over the brow of this beautiful prince –his desire of knowing life.
Therefore he goes out of his palace and, as he sees men suffering growing older and dying, decides to abandon his crown and his family, in order to look for the secret of the eternal happiness.
This prince becomes a Sanyasi and, begging his bread, travels through dusty roads in search of the Arcane.
He follows the path of study and knowledge; tries Tantric Yoga exercises; reduces his body to a skeleton through penitence; and has experiences of mystical love; but does not find the secret.
And then, under the holy Bo tree, receives the highest Initiation and discovers the reason of human suffering; attachment is cause of pain in life, of death, and of being born again. When being is devoid of desires and renunciation is absolute, then he does not suffer or return to earth any more and find the eternal happiness by reincorporating himself in the Non-Absoluteness.
Since that day he begins his mission on earth –to show the path of happiness, the right path, to men.
As a reaction produced in the religious consciousness harassed by many symbols, ceremonies and laws, a powerful Buddhism emerges and drags the multitude.
Thousands of adepts appear wherever the Buddha goes.
He said men were all equal and this way gave a deadly blow to Hinduism adhering strongly to caste division. He said God is the essence of all things, and this way he threw down, and killed at one stroke, millenary gods. He said the righteous work is the only work that man must do, and this way he destroyed another fundamental belief of the ancient religion, which based the fruit of future rather on divine help than on right behavior,
The Buddha placed celibacy on the summit of perfection; that is why he was followed by rows of monks that had abandoned everything in the world in order to hear and practice his word. One day, his own son would come to him to ask his admission in the community.
It is beyond imagination the hatred produced by the Buddha’s doctrine among the Brahmans. But along with hatred, a desire of rivaling with him emerged; it was like a Hindu Counter-Reformation.
In different Hindu sects, men appeared that understood the impossibility of fighting against so enlightened man or against so useful doctrine, with the exception of the same weapons. They understood the need of returning to the early source of religion and to drink in pages of Vedas those eternal truths that they had forgotten in order to apply them again and profess them in their temples and ceremonies. In short, Buddhism awakened the consciousness of India, brought a word of freedom to men, who until then had felt slaves, and encouraged the rehabilitation of early Vedas.
But Buddhism was not destined to settle in India.
The Buddha died at the age of eighty in the arms of his disciple Ananda, and then fights began again, and did not end until two generations later, when the Chatrias, guided by Brahmans, destroyed all Buddhists in India and swept that religion in its entire soil.
But the blood of martyrs always becomes seed of new triumphs; the Buddha’s religion was not dead. Just it has been transplanted to other more fertile and needy lands of its spiritual help.


Teaching 1: The Fountain of Religions
Teaching 2: Vedas
Teaching 3: Brahmanism
Teaching 4: Egypt
Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods
Teaching 6: Arrangement of Religions
Teaching 7: The Chaldeans
Teaching 8: The Assyrians
Teaching 9: The Persians
Teaching 10: The Sargonides
Teaching 11: The Greeks
Teaching 12: The Indians
Teaching 13: The Gauls
Teaching 14: The Israelites
Teaching 15: The Romans
Teaching 16: The Mongolians



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