Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The truth is in our DNA. The poison is in our mind. The antidote is the light.

Awhile back I was asked for supporting material to back up the facts concerning my belief system.
So I then put together a chronological reference list to use as a road map to truth.
Then just yesterday I had a discussion with my mom who wanted reference material to validate my truth.
So here you are.

Each point mentioned below is important to have knowledge on in order to formulate the overall big picture in understanding of the subject material I've spent the last 20+ years meticulously researching.

The first portion of this are the points of interest with the corresponding time period it is applicable to.

The last portion of this is the pertinent information in regards to the specific branches of belief.

A fundamental thing to remember here is that truth has to be discovered before it can be told.
The truth lies at the end.. Good luck.

160000.bc-30000.bc - Mousterian Culture (Precedes Aterian, Emiran and Chatelperronian Cultures).
145000.bc-30000.bc - Aterian Culture (North African culture that is said to disappear until the emergence of the Iberomaurusian culture that appeared around 25000.bc until 10000.bc, and which is rumored to be the predecessor to the Caspian culture).
50000.bc-40000.bc - Emiran Culture. Associated with Neanderthals (Predecessor of Antelian Culture).
44500.bc-36000.bc - Chatelperronian Culture.
48000.bc - Bohunician Culture. Most likely the crossing of Neanderthals and EEMH's. Represents the split of Emiran and Ahmarian Cultures, one considered archaic Neanderthal and the other 'modern' man.
46000.bc-42000.bc - Ahmarian Culture. European Early Modern Humans aka Cro-Magnons (Predecessor to Aurignacian Culture).
43000.bc-28000.bc - Aurignacian Culture (Predecessor of Gravettian Culture. Worth noting they are most likely Neanderthal ancestors and big game hunters from the Levant yet associated with 'modern' man).
33000.bc-21000.bc - Gravettian Culture (Predecessor of Solutrean Culture. Known for their figurines).
32000.bc-12000.bc - Antelian Culture (Predecessor to Kebarian Culture. Interesting to note these are modern descendants of Neanderthals and are from the Levant. First generation 'hybrid mix' high likelihood).
22000.bc-17000.bc - Solutrean Culture (Predecessor to Magdalenian Culture).
18000.bc-15000.bc - Gandhara shows evidence of habitation of caves during the stone age.
18000.bc-12500.bc - Kebarian Culture (Predecessor to Natufian Culture who founded Jericho).
17000.bc-12000.bc - Magdalenian Culture (It is interesting to note that in their carvings/paintings it shows tropical fauna as well as a naked man suggesting warm weather or at least the memory of it. This is noteworthy because of the concurrent ice ages, with the last remaining for over 30,000 years).
15000.bc-8783.bc - Tell Qaramel has signs of human congregation (First city? Dates are almost contemporary to Gobekli Tepe).
12900.bc-11700.bc - Ahrensburg Culture (Predecessor to Swiderian Culture. Noted as using the first bow and arrow).
11000.bc-8200.bc Swiderian Culture (Predecessor to Kunda Culture).
10000.bc - Natufian hunter-gatherers congregate in what is to become Jericho during periods of mild weather, but due to cold and drought permanent occupation is prohibited.
9600.bc - Jericho founded (One of the oldest known cities in the world and dates back to almost the beginning of the holocene epoch. It is known as the city of palm trees)
9130.bc-7370.bc - Gobekli Tepe founded (Shows in-depth understanding of cosmology equivalent to that of Stonehenge).
8800.bc-7000.bc - Byblos founded (Has since been continuously inhabited since 5000.bc and is of Canaanite lineage).
8500.bc-5000.bc - Kunda Culture (Predecessor to Narva Culture).
7370.bc - Gobekli Tepe abandon (It is unknown as to why they backfilled the settlement).
7200.bc - Sang-i Chakmak becomes site of continuous settlement (Began by the early ancestors of the Jeitun Culture, which is predecessor to the Vedic Culture.)
7000.bc-3200.bc - Neolithic period.
6500.bc-3800.bc - Ubaid period. Relatively peaceful settlements as they lacked any walled system also some settlements with metal-working already a practice in some tribes. The knowledge is suspected of coming from the North via Natufian culture. The most intersting note here is the apparent decline in egalitarianism as farmers and chieftains begin to emerge as a social elite class, this became apparent in the burial graves of the dead.
6000.bc-5400.bc - Jeitun is established as a semi-permanent settlement area which is predecessor to Bactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex civilization aka Oxus civilization.
5500.bc - Samarra Culture emerges (Predecessor to Sumer civilization).
5500.bc - Samara Culture (Predecessor of Khvalynsk culture, this is extremly interesting due to the time and similarity in name to Samarra Culture, in that this culture is what produced the ancestors to the Vikings and is a considerable distance to the north by the Caspian Steppe. Also that both cultures develop technological advances to their respective areas).
5300.bc-1750.bc - Narva Culture (Predecessor to Corded Ware culture, most likely the natives to the land later taken over by them during or after the fragmentation of the Yamna Culture).
5000.bc-4500.bc - Khvalynsk Culture (Predecessor to Yamna culture).
4500.bc-1900.bc - Sumer civilization (Earliest known civilization. Non-semitic speaking people, whereas Akkadians were semitic speaking. They referred to themselves as 'The black headed people' and their land as 'The place of the Noble Lords'. Pre-dates Ancient Egypt and Indus Valley).
4500.bc - Gihon Spring settlement (What is later to become Jerusalem, a Canaanite city).
4000.bc-3100.bc - Uruk period. (Named after the Sumerian city Uruk, this saw the invention of writing and the first formation of cities and states).
3300.bc-2600.bc - Yamna culture (Predecessor to Corded Ware culture in the North and Poltavka culture in the East).
3200.bc-1050.bc - Cycladic culture (Predecessor to Minoan civilization).
3150.bc-2686.bc - Early Dynastic Period of Egypt.
2900.bc-2350.bc - Early Dynastic Period of Mesopotamia.
2900.bc-2350.bc - Corded Ware Culture (Predecessor to Andronovo culture, most likely shared Norse/Viking lineage).
2800.bc-550.bc - Elamite Empire.
2700.bc-2100.bc - Poltavka culture (Predecessor to Sintashta Culture).
2686.bc-2181.bc - Old Kingdom of Egypt (Age of the Pyramids).
2600.bc-1600.bc - Minoan civilization (Predecessor to Greek civilization).
2600.bc-1900.bc - Indus Valley Civilization (Predecessor to the Vedic culture).
2500.bc-1500bc. Kerma Kingdom (Sudan Empire absorbed into New Kingdom of Egypt, later).
2500.bc - Phoenicia founded (Canaanites and city of Carthage. Hebrews are descendants of canaanites who were an East Asian nomadic tribal society)
2500.bc-609.bc - Assyrian Empire (Part of the Akkadian empire then after its fall opposes the Babylonian empire to its south. The Assyrians follow the ancient Mesopotamian religion)
2334.bc-2154.bc - Akkadian Empire (Akkadian religion. First semitic speaking people. Babylon exists as part of this empire during it's rule as a religious and cultural center. Interesting to note that it retained Akkadian language for 'official' use, yet retained the Sumerian language for religious use as it was a Sumerian city. After its fall it splits into Assyrian Empire in the North and Babylonian Empire in the South. Sargon is most likely the origin of mythical Moses and as such would be the founder of the Judiac religion. This is reinforced by archeological evidence from this era that this was the origin of Mosaic law birthed from Noahide law, and which would later birth Judaic law.
2300.bc-1700bc - Bactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex civilization aka Oxus Civilization(Predecessor to Vedic culture and it is at this time that Vedic Sanskrit and Alvestan split).
2270.bc - Sumerians conquered by Akkadians.
2181.bc-2055.bc - First Intermediate Period of Egypt.
2135.bc-2055.bc - Gutian Dynasty of Sumer, previously part of the Akkandian Empire (Interesting to note that the Guti were described as being light skinned with blonde hair).
2100.bc-1800.bc - Sintashta Culture (Indo-Iranian aka Aryans or Rus. Predecessor to Andronovo Culture as well as both Vedic and Iranian cultures. Sanskrit, Alvestan).
2055.bc-1650.bc - Middle Kingdom of Egypt.
2000.bc-900.bc - Andronovo Culture.
1895.bc-539.bc - Babylonia Kingdom.
1800.bc - Avestan (Ancient Persian) and Vedic Sanskrit (Ancient Indian) diverge.
1750.bc-500.bc - Vedic religion shown to exist via Vedic Sanskrit aka Indo-Aryan/Indo-Iranian, Avestan and Old Persian (Later births Hinduism circa 500.bc)
1650.bc-1550.bc - Second Intermediate Period of Egypt.
1600.bc-500.bc - Gandhara Grave culture emerges during the Vedic period.
1600.bc-1100.bc - Mycenaean Greece civilization (Ancient Greeks).
1600.bc-1178.bc - Hittite Empire. Hittite language was the oldest Indo-European language. Rumored to be descendants of Caucasus Culture and Caspian Culture.
1550.bc-1070.bc - New Kingdom of Egypt.
1550.bc - Considerable decrease in Minoan civilization.
1500.bc-1100.bc - Vedic Culture emerges (Births śramaṇa movements like Jainism and Buddhism and communicated via Sanskrit. Vedic Puru tribe was defeated by Kuru Kingdom).
1500.bc-500.bc - Yaz culture (Births Zoroastrianism and communicated via Old Avestan).
1500.bc-535.bc - Gandhara Kingdom
1200.bc-550.bc - Kuru Kingdom (Merging of Vedic Bharata and Puru tribes. Rigveda written by the Kuru which is comprised of ancient beliefs dating back beyond 1700.bc and believed to have originated from the Gandhara Grave culture).
1050.bc-930.bc - Kingdom of Israel begins to form as a united monarchy.
930.bc-720.bc - Kingdom of Israel.
753.bc - Rome founded.
624.bc-546.bc - Thales's lifetime.
570.bc-495.bc - Pythagoras's lifetime. (Themistoclea, a priestess from Delphi, is credited with being his teacher. Yet she is literally unknown outside of the fact that confirmation from other's during that time period confirm her as a real person).
563.bc-400.bc - Buddha's lifetime (not sure exact dates between this time)
539.bc - Fall of Babylon.
535.bc-475.bc - Heraclitus's lifetime.
490.bc - Persian war with Greeks.
470.bc-399.bc - Socrates's lifetime
450.bc - Tanakh compiled (Torah/Nevi'im/Ketuvim)
428.bc-327.bc - Plato's lifetime.
384.bc-322.bc - Aristotle's lifetime.
338.bc - King Philip of Macedon defeats the Greek city states, ushering in the Hellenization of Greece.
325.bc-270.bc - Euclid's lifetime.
305.bc-30.bc - Ptolemaic Kingdom (Source of the Septuagint via Ptolemy II)
167.bc-73.ad - Pharisaic Judaism (Rabbinic) diverges from Sadducaic Judaism (Hellenistic)
146.bc - Greece falls to Romans
146.bc-31.bc - Conquests of Rome as Alexander the Great finalizes Hellenization.

80.bc-15.bc - Vitruvius's lifetime.
Julian/Gregorian Calendar place 1.ad as beginning of current calender time but was not devised until 525.ad by Dionysius Exiguus and not widely used until after 800.ad
200.ad - Mishna (Rabbinic Judaism's Oral Torah aka pt.1 of the Talmud).
335.ad - Nicene Creed written out. 381.ad amended at First Council of Constantinople.
300.ad-350.ad - Jerusalem Gemara compiled becoming the Jerusalem Talmud.
330.ad - Constantinople founded. Becomes capital of Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Greeks).
450.ad-500.ad - Babylonian Gemara compiled becoming the Babylonian Talmud.
570.ad-632.ad - Mohammad's lifetime, Islam formed. (Quran compiled between 609.ad-632.ad and is actually a collection of writings from various scholars rather than solely from the individual it's attributed to).


Onto religious relevance of chronology and history given above:
Hebrew/Judaic - Tanakh (Technical origin of all Catholic & Christian Bibles. It is important to note that it was contrived by Masoretes that spoke differing forms of Hebrew, as such it was translated in differing contextual vernacular using Tiberian Hebrew of which the Masoretic texts were written, and is a combining of both the Babylonian Hebrew form and the Palestinian Hebrew of Jerusalem.
Greek - Septuagint/Pentateuch later on to Christians (Greek translation of Tanakh and various spiritual manuscripts of the extended territories and their subjects, later collectively termed Apocrypha.
IE: The Masoretic Texts and other Aramaic/Hebrew/Greek codices)
Roman Empire (West) - Vulgate (Latin translation of the Septuagint. The final source used for the basis of all Catholic/Christian interpretations of the bible)
Roman Empire (East)/Eastern(Greek) Orthodox[c.500AD on] - Variation based off Septuagint along with Patriarchal text and the Gospels including Trinitarian belief. (This becomes the religion of New Rome/Constantinople which succeeds the Holy Roman Empire of the East, also known as the Byzantine Empire. As such it is adopted as the supreme Religion of the Empire and reverses the anti-Christian stance held by the Western Roman Empire, and ends persecution of Christians.
Christians - Angelican/Episcopal that derived the King James Version (Church of England)
Dharma;
The closest living faiths to that of the original belief system that birthed the Judaic faith. It can be traced back to the cradle of modern humankind which is inaccurately placed as originating in the fertile crescent, with its beliefs being carried East, as its people migrated into Asia/India. It remains the most unmolested, unlike that of the Judaic faith that existed in the west which suffered major contamination of impurities and disinformation due to the accelerated proliferation of civilization in the east, along with the correlative political sabotage.
It is the belief system taught by the enlightened IE: Buddha, Jesus, Confucius etc.
Starting with the Neolithic origin >8000BC and progressing thru to the modern lineage:
Mesopotamian>Natufian>Samarran>Khvalynsk>Yamna>Poltavka>Sintashta>Vedic>Aryan/Indo-Aryan/Iranian/Syrian
+Buddhism
+Jainism
+Taoism
+Sikhism
+Zoroastrian
+Cunfucianism
+Shinto
+Daoism
+Orthodoxy
-Judaism
-Hindu(Dharma)
-Islam/Muslim
*Sophism
And finally....
Abrahamist religions:
From 130-350AD the Old Latin manuscripts that form the New Testament are written and the Roman Catholic Church eventually is established as the defacto governing religion of the Holy Roman Empire, with the Vulgate ('Main Latin' or 'Commonly Used') being translated into Modern Latin from these later on in the 4th century (300-400AD) by St Jerome (who stated that much of the Septuagint was conjured from Apocrypha [Deuteronomical manuscripts added to the tankha for life and manners but not for doctrine and is where Christian sects such as Methodist and Mormons get their supplemental teachings] and as such not in the original Hebrew works, although this fact is ignored by history as they are all still mostly included in the Vulgate as part of the original Hebrew). As a note to how broad the translations were before this, there are 27 variances of the passage from Luke 24:4-5 alone, and that number is only the surviving ones that there is still record of.
The old Latin manuscripts used to write the Vulgate in turn were translated from and written using the Septuagint (Latin, meaning 'the 70' referring to the 70 Jewish interpretters that translated and wrote the Septuagint in old Latin from the Greek translation of the Hebrew bible Tankha [5 books of Moses aka Torah or also known as the Pentateuch by Christians] which means the law)
The Torah was written in the 6th century BCE (600-500BCE) from a broad collection of ancient Judaic manuscripts dating back to the time of 1000BCE, possibly even earlier, but most were written later than that (800-600BC). It is believed that all of these manuscripts came from 4 different sources, abbreviated JDEP, which contributed their pieces which were influenced by the political and socioeconomic events during their times respectively.
After the fall of the Roman Republic a split produced a Roman Empire of two parts that mostly coexisted as one (this is also when the Catholic Church was established). The Latin, or Western Roman Empire widely regarded as the Holy Roman Empire (which is the source of Modern Catholicism) lasted into the 5th century, where as on the other side of the split, the Greek Eastern Roman Empire, known as the Byzantine empire lasts an additional 1000 years before falling to the Turks.
From its inception until the 3rd century the Roman Catholic Church served as the unofficial religious 'head of state' over the empire's subjects. During this time multi cultural religious beliefs were generally tolerated and allowed to continue overseeing their adherents.
With the gradual decline and destabilization of the empire this tolerance evaporated eventually leading to the official religion of the empire being made 'Christian' by establishing the Catholic Church as the supreme authority of religious affairs, in turn the micro-management of the populace by faith.
Interesting note: Aramaic was the originating language of the Judaic faith and also the native language of Jesus. Manichaeism was the prominent faith and contended with Christianity before it's eradication, although it continued to survive in the East (the epistle of Paul to the Greeks that formed the 10 commandments eluded to the 7 churches of the East as true, pointing the way to Eastern ideology which was rooted in Buddhist teaching)
From 300-425AD the Catholic Churchs ideology was formulated and subsequently it was established as the Roman empires reigning code of spirituality of the masses. This was a time of great instability and shoring up the Church was an attempt at wrenching down control over an ever growing rebellious empire rift with civil wars and internal conflicts. This brought about the split at the end of the 5th century that would give way to Angelicism, the establishment of the Church of England and later the Protestant Reformation which gave way to:
+Lutheran
+Calvinism/Presbyterian
In 1545-65 the council of Trent took place which was a Catholic elite 'regrouping' to reorganize the catholic church and fortify it's positions of power while battling the Protestant Reformations attack on it.
The Vulgate is made their official bible at this time. After revision by the Church.
(Not so ironically the Shulchan Aruch is completed in 1563 by Joseph Karo and published in Venice. This consolidates the Judaic branches of faith and reinforces the consolidation of the Abrahamic religions cementing their liturgy and the character of Jesus in all branches)
∆ Protestant Reformation was power struggle between the Roman Catholic Church and 'the people'. Tyndale's translation set the ground work for nearly all English translations from Latin. It undermined the divinity of Roman elite priesthood and the necessity to lead or administer things such as mass, scripture and sacraments. Basically putting every man equal to the priesthood and it's purported devine apostle lineage. It gave way to the formation of the Angelican Church of England after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
*Puritan - Offshoot from Church of England aimed at purifying the church from the influences of Catholism.
*Quaker - Offshoot of Church of England using the epistle of Paul to the Greeks that stated God resided in each individual.
+Baptist
+Methodist
+Mormon
+Pentecostal
Now you can see why I want to write a book for people. 

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