This part of the book takes its reader to 1st millennia BC in Persian Empire. It talks about influence of Buddhism in Chinese territories. Part 4 focuses upon ancient Persian scriptures like Avesta.

The major portion covered in this book is “Torah” or “The Old Testament”. During the decoding of The Old Testament, various myths and stories pertaining to Christianity and Islam are decoded.

Various prophets between Adam and Muhammad are studied in this book. The book builds up anticipation for the arrival of prophet Muhammad. Various teachings and existing beliefs played an important role in the teachings of Muhammad. All such ongoing rituals and faiths are studied and decoded before arrival of prophet Muhammad.

Jesus is considered as a prophet in Islam. However Miteiya believes Jesus to be mythological legend and Son of God. He is symbol of Individual soul and can be compared to Bhism of Mahabharata. Miteiya focuses upon life of John the Baptist to explain the legendary Jesus.

Miteiya then focuses upon deities being worshipped before the rise of Muhammad. He narrates the incident wherein prophet Elijah lambasted the worshippers of “Baal”. Miteiya believes that Baal is inspired from the legendary Krishna.

Book further speaks about life and Muhammad and begins its decoding of Quran, the miraculous scripture of human history. During decoding of each surah, Miteiya compares the underlying meaning with teachings in other religions discussed earlier in the book.

Miteiya speaks about Shamans and proliferation of Islam in Mongolia. It speaks about various kings who attempted to declare themselves as prophets. Miteiya further speaks about Sikhism and speaks about Dara Sikhoh. After talking about Mughal kings and imminent personalities of renaissance, Miteiya closes this book with Astavakra Gita.

The section of Astavakra Gita is elaborate. Each verse is explained in light of definitions and understandings gathered during the entire course of the book.