THE BOOK | PART - I

The Book begins with Human Potential to become one with God. It narrates how God favors an active person like Cain over a religious but lazy person like Abel. It talks about a character called Rukmi, a symbolic representation of Inertia and Laziness. Neither Pandavs nor Kauravs welcomed Rukmi to join them.

Book then speaks about potential benefits, which a reader can seek by acquiring “Source Codes” of their Human Software Program. The benefits can be in field of business, medicines, administration, economics, politics and varied other areas of human engagement.

Book decodes the mechanism of Mind and compares it with Satan. It also speaks about Sexual Attractions and links it with Quest for Truth. Various myths and characters from various religious civilizations depicting “Mind” and “Sexual urge” are used for cross-referencing.

Book speaks about a perpetual and an eternal religion being existent in human history since a very long period. Book begins to address religions as a rescue mechanism adopted to mitigate “Death-Fear Psychosis” since 2,00,000 years. However the structured decoding of the religions begin only from 10,000 BC, wherein Sumerian civilization was at its glory. The documented epic of Gilgamesh is decoded to understand the underlying meaning. Many characters including but not limited to Nammu, Enki, Enlil, Ninlil, Sobek, Shamash and Marduk etc. are decoded to understand the foundation of religiousness. A linkage has been unearthed connecting characters of Sumerian mythology with characters of modern Hindu mythology. Various deities of Sumerian mythology like Ishtar, Nanna and Bes are discussed in details during the decoding of epic of Gilgamesh.

Book then moves to 7,000 BC and speaks about religions practiced in Egyptian Empire. Deities like Osiris, Horus, Isis, Ra, Seth are decoded and compared with deities of modern Hinduism. A descriptive detail is provided about underlying myths of each deity. The basis behind the battle between Horus and Set is explained with its cross-referencing with Garud and other mythological snakes of modern Hinduism.

Goddesses like Shesat and Sekhmet are compared to the goddesses of modern Hindu mythology. Dog god Anubis is decoded and the virtues are compared to Dharmraaj. A very important Egyptian god called Ptah is decoded and concept behind “Ptah-Seker-Osiris” is explained. Egyptian myths speak about unknown realms of God, which cannot be understood but attained. A crane headed god called Thoth is explained as symbol of “Truth”. Supreme God of Egyptian myths has been “Ra”, depicting Sun. Egyptian God Amun is explained in detail with clear reasoning behind amalgamations like “Amun-Ra”. There is decoding of another Egyptian deity called “Atum” with reasoning behind word “Atum-Ra”.

The above section comprising of Sumerian and Egyptian deities constitutes approximately 60% of Part-1. The serious discussions begin when Book begins to deal with Supreme God “Ra” and the mechanism to amalgamate with the Supreme God. Miteiya calls it “Ra-m”. Miteiya gives a reference of Spiritual Vehicle called “Yana” and explains Ramayana as a “Vehicle to amalgamate with Supreme God Ra”.

To decode Ramayana, Miteiya begins the decoding with Ambrish, the great grandfather of Ram. It deals with Raghu and Dasrath as grandfather and father of Ram respectively. All the wives of Dasrath are decoded to understand the real priming of the voyager called “Ram”. Ram is assumed as a reincarnation and a human whose destination is to become “One with Ra”.

Book then shifts its focus upon “Janak” and compares it with “Creation Myth”. Miteiya speaks about Sita as an evolution of Egyptian Deity “Sia”. Sita is presented as symbol of “Perceptions”. Like Jain versions of Ramayana, Miteiya portrays Sita as the daughter of Ravana and nourished by King Janak. He also speaks about Astavakra’s dialogues with Janak but refrains speaking about Astavakra Geeta at this stage. Miteiya follows the sequential of explaining these characters in accordance with popularly known Ramayana. He speaks about ancient cities like Ayodhaya and Lanka and compares them with “Ajna Chakra” and “Mind” from psychological perspectives.

The book deals with each and every myth in the epic of Ramayana in a sequential manner. Miteiya explains the encrypted meaning of entire Ramayana in a very systematic manner.

Post decoding of Ramayana, Miteiya explains the linkage between Roman mythology and the Ramayana popular in Egyptian territories. The importance of Luv and Kusha in establishment of Roma has been depicted in details through the analogy of Romulus and Remus. The personified Ram evolved into Roman demigod Apollo.

This part of the book further focuses upon religions of Hittites cult seen between 1700 BC and 1300 BC. The Egyptian mythology moved towards Roman civilization through the Hittites and hence various intermediate deities have been decoded.

Miteiya deliberately explained Roman mythology prior to Greek mythology in order to maintain the continuity of epic of Ramayana. He clearly mentions time-line of the events so that reader is not confused.

As per this book, various schools of thoughts evolved in 5th century BC and shaped Roman mythology. Just before this time, documentation skills began to evolve and scriptures like Torah, Veds, Avesta and Mahabharata etc were documented. Although these scriptures were evolved at different time intervals in verbal form but development of writing skills was a major breakthrough in human history.

Interesting events of propagation and evolution of words is explained to connect the Perpetual and Eternal religion.



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