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THERE WAS A TIME BEFORE time, when the Blackman knew everything that there was to know… He was in tune with the Forces of Nature – his Ancestors, the spirits of the Black Gods; he was in tune with the Universe; and, he was thus in tune with his Creator, – the Aum-nipotent, the Aum-niscient, and the Aum-nipresent.
He has since forgotten that his DNA holds the knowledge of All things; he has forgotten that the knowledge of the Universe is stored within his genetic makeup; and, he has forgotten his intimate connection with the Mentality of his Creator.
It is time for him to remember; the time is Now; and he must reconnect with the Universal Mind of the Creator, for this is the ultimate Rapture.
This book, the most compelling thus far of the works of Paul Simons, gives us a History of the Ancient Peoples, and the seven root-races of the Earth, in such detail and in a way that has never been written or narrated by anyone of modern times. He draws from the works of the most profound scholars and historians and skillfully interpolates these findings into a context that deligently spells out ‘The Legacy of the Black Gods – In Time before time; Coming Forth From the Akashic Records. The work also gives us a history of the Evolution of Mankind from Ganawah, to the Lemurian, to the Atlantean and to the Aryan Epochs. The book is therefore designed to resurrect the Souls of the most ancient Peoples of the Earth – the Afrokhan.
Excerpt from CH1
The Akashic Records
As far as physical evidence of prehistoric knowledge is concerned, we have many ancient texts and relics that have been unearthed in recent times; including the Enuma Elish, which speaks of the seven cycles of Creation by a host of Supreme Intelligent beings. We also have the Gilgamesh Epics, which accounts of a great deluge, where mankind was threatened with total extinction. The two accounts have since been argued over by many-a-scholar, trying to prove them as the origin of the biblical accounts of the seven days of Creation and the flood of Noah.
However, as stated, no one can know for sure, through these external means as to whether or not these ancient accounts are actually true, though they are definitely resembled as the sources of the bible’s plagiarising.
There are many of such tablets, stones, scrolls and other written-on relics. Also, many Afrokhan, Eastern, Mesopotamian and Meso-American cultures display what would seem to be religiously inspired writings on temple walls and so on. Other common ancient records include: the tablets of Etana, the scroll of Adafa, the Naacal tablets, the Arcane tablets, the Hatra Hesis, the epics of Dilmun, the Bagavad Gita, the Upanishads, the Tawaret, the tablets of Ishtar, the scroll of Malachi, the Popul Vuh, and many, many more.
Excerpt from Ch4
The Seven Cultural Epochs
THERE WAS A TIME BEFORE time when the Els, the etheric Gods, called for a new experiment to be conducted; this was during the Golden Age – the peak civilisation of the fourth root-race – within the Lemuro-Atlantis era. The Akasha reports that this was an era where the most advanced mystery schools, the most advanced culture and system of living took precedence.
In saying this, prior to the first Theosophical concepts of humanity’s evolution, it was believed by the archaeological community that there were only three main root-races, – the Negroid, the Mongoloid and the Caucasoid. The Lemurian, Atlantean and Aryan cultures would, conveniently, encompass these three root-races of evolution respectively.
However, according to the Theosophical interpretations of the Akashic records, there are seven root-races; four more root-races are to be included in our analysis – two before Lemuria, and two to follow after the present Aryan peoples:
As will be explained later, some of these root-races ran in parallel. Meaning, the birth of any particular one did not necessarily come about as a result of the extinction of the previous one. It is possible then from this thesis that two or three may have run contemporaneously (but existed in parallel dimensions according to their cultural development status). These races also developed in different locations of the ancient world, and probably had very little interaction with one another. However, all seven represent the seven classes of human monads from Globe C that made their appearance on Globe D.
Moreover, the term ‘root-race’ when used can easily be misunderstood as meaning actual races of people – in terms of physical appearance, skin colour etc. In this context, Rudolf Steiner differed from Helena Blavatsky in his definition of the term root-race. He rather interprets the Akasha, just as other readers of the Akasha have, in such a way to say that it narrates the development of mankind according to cultural abilities and attainments etc. So although Steiner did, in a few of his earlier works, employ the term root-race as a technical designation for periods of time well known to Theosophical audiences, he did not share the more generally accepted Theosophical understandings of the meaning of that term, and specifically rejected it. To signify this break, he replaced the term root-race with that of ‘Cultural Epoch’ explaining that it was more appropriate.