Allah = 34
Be = 7 or Born = 49
See = 29
Divine = 63
Equality = 110
God = 26
He = 13 or Her = 31
I = 9
Justice = 87
King = 41
Love = 54 Hell = 37 Right = 62 (Lord) = 49
Master = 76
Now = 52 Nation = 73 End = 23
Cipher = 59
Power = 77
Queen = 62
Rule = 56
Saviour = 105 / Self = 42
Truth = 87 or Square = 81
Universe = 113
Victory = 112
Wisdom = 83
Unknown = 112
Why = 56
Zig = 42 Zag = 34 Zag = 42

Isa = 29 

Musa = 54 

Yacub = 52

Gregorian year = Asiatic year

1914 = 15000 

1930 = 15016 

1934 = 15020 

1964 = 15050 

1969 = 15055

Asiatic Degrees
Teachings of the 31 Masters
Chapter 14

 1. Face your fears, or they will climb over your back.

 2. To know a thing well, know its limits, only when pushed beyond its tolerance is its true nature seen, do not depend only on theory if your life is at stake.

 3. Logic moves blindly.

 4. The slave makes an awful master.

 5. Never choose a course just because it offers the opportunity for a dramatic gesture, awakening of your true self, this is one hundred and twenty times three.

 6. Time does not count itself, you have only to look at a circle and this is apparent.

 7. What does a mirror look at in a mirror, you will know; you will be looking at your self, as you look at your self.

 8. The greatest relevancy can become irrelevant in the space of a heart-beat; Asiatics should look upon such moments with joy.

 9. The best music imitates life in a compelling way, if it imitates a dream, it must be a dream of life, otherwise, there is no place, where we can connect, and our plugs do not fit.

10. The past must be re-interpreted by the present.

11. Never, follow a leader without asking your own questions.

12. Memory never recaptures reality, memory reconstructs, and all reconstructions change the original, becoming external frames of reference that inevitably fall short.

13. Complexity hides within complexity; those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. The unclouded eye is better, no matter what it sees.

14. The writing of history is largely a process of diversion; most historical accounts distract attention from the secret influences behind great events.

15. You are open to whatever the universe may do, your brain is a response tool, keyed to what ever your senses display.

16. Corruption wears infinite disguises. Have they not practiced deception? Vulnerabilities can be created; subtleties are another kind of weapon, a feigned weakness to deflect your enemies and lead them into traps.

17. Your patterns should not follow an acceptable path! Let them think they understand your power and then shoot off in a new direction.

18. Bureaucracies always become voracious aristocracies after they attain commanding power, you see the major flaws in government arise from a fear of making radical internal changes even though a need is clearly seen. Education is no substitute for intelligence, that elusive quality is defined only in part by puzzle solving abilities. It is in the creation of new puzzles that reflects what your senses report that you round out the definition.

19. A stone is heavy and the sand is weighty; but a fool's wrath is heavier than they both are. One does not risk everything to settle a score prematurely; speed is a device of Shaitan, even addicts dream of freedom.

20. Man is the embodiment of universal entropy. Look for the one answer to all things, because you cannot minister to infinity!

21. It is our pattern not to offer violence for violence, violence builds more violence and the pendulum swings until the violent ones are shattered.

22. Man remains a rebel; he follows his own desires the way he does with his forbidden lovers. Good! The Asiatic man needs such rebellions, the way of the Emperor without Clothes; the rebel is the child that the nakedness was only apparent too.

23. Politics is the art of appearing candid and completely open while concealing as much as possible. Democracy is susceptible to being led astray by having scapegoats paraded in front of the electorate. That is why people do not vote, instinct will tell them it is useless, governments that perpetuate themselves long enough under that belief always become packed with corruption.

24. The Universe is under God. It is one thing, a wholeness against which all separations may be identified.

25. The Asiatic Mother must combine the seductive wiles of a courtesan with untouchable majesty of a virgin goddess, holding these attributes in tension so long as the powers of her youth endure. For when youth and beauty have gone, she will find that the place between once occupied by tension, has become a wellspring of cunning and resourcefulness.

26. Asiatics must never submit to animals.

27. A world is supported by four things, the learning of the wise, the justice of the great, the prayers of the righteous and the valor of the brave, but all of these are as nothing, without a ruler who knows the art of ruling. You, Asiatic Man, descendant of kings and queens, sons and daughters of a God, you must learn to rule. It’s something your ancestors knew. A process cannot be understood by stopping it, understanding must move with the flow of it, the process must join it, and flow with it.

28. Any road followed precisely to its end leads precisely nowhere.

29. Climb the mountain just a little bit to test that it’s a mountain, from the top of the mountain; you can see the entire mountain.

30. The proximity of a desirable thing tempts one to overindulgence, on that path lays danger.

31. Phi = 1.618 in the study between male and female honey-bees as in a community of bees, the female bees always out number the male bees. If you divide the number of female bees by the number of male bees in any bee hive in the world, you will always get the same number (1.618). Sunflower seeds grow in opposing spirals and the ratio of each rotation’s diameter to the next is 1.618. This is true in spiral pinecone petals, leaf arrangements on plant stalks, insect segmentation and all this display has the astonishing obedience to the divine proportion. The body always equals Phi, measure the distance from the tip of your head to the floor, then divide that by the distance from your belly button to the floor and you get phi. Measure the distance from your shoulder to your fingertip, and then divide it by the distance from your elbow to your fingertips Phi again, hip to floor divided by knee to floor Phi again. Finger joints toes spinal divisions all are Phi, your body is a tribute to the Divine proportion, the chaos of the universe has an underlying order, Phi is the building block of the universe. {The Asiatics Sequence, also called Fibonacci Sequence; 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233,... The Original Ratio also called The Golden Ratio or 1.618 ~ 1.619 Examples: 34/21 = 1.619 and 233/144 = 1.618}

  • Some secrets are safer kept hidden. Some secrets are too dangerous to share, even with those you love and trust. 
  • Love is sweet, but it cannot change a man's nature. 
  • If friends can turn to enemies, enemies can become friends.
  • The heart lies and the head plays tricks with us, but the third eye sees true. Look with your inner eye. Hear with your inner ears. Taste with your inner mouth. Smell with your inner nose. Feel with your inner skin. Then comes the thinking, afterward, and in that way knowing the truth. 
  • Fear cuts deeper than swords. 
  • In War! Move swift as a deer. Look with your eyes. Move quiet as a shadow. Be as quick as a snake. Be calm as still water. Be as strong as a bear. Be as fierce as a wolverine. 
  • The man who fears losing has already lost. 
  • Never do what they expect. 
  • A man who won't listen can't hear. 
  • A child sees an obstacle, and runs around it or knocks it down, a man must learn that sometimes words can accomplish what a sword cannot. 

These are the illusions of a popular history which a successful religion must promote: Evil men never prosper, only the brave deserve the fair, honesty is the best policy, actions speak louder than words, virtue always triumphs, a good deed is its own reward, any bad human can be reformed, religious talismans protect one from demon possession, only females understand the ancient mysteries and the rich are doomed to unhappiness. The concepts of progress acts as a protective mechanism to shield us from the terrors of the future.

The Child Square and 90 Degrees
Nine Months from Conception Too Birth

The term Asia implies the works of nature involving the body, from conception to birth, on the right angel motion or square of 90°. Let us consider how that which takes place in one day after birth can spread its influence over 365 and 1/4 days of life, as the earth rotates around the sun. As velocities, increase there is a definite slowing down of time the exact amount being determined by the transformation, similarly, as velocities slow down there is a definite speeding up of time. Man has an electromagnetic form, electromagnetic waves when radiated move with the velocity of light. In other words, in man's electromagnet form are velocities greater than those of ordinary physical substance, but which are not as great as the 186,173 miles per second that light travels. The great circle of the sun comprises 360° squared by the number nine. Nine goes boom, or blows up when 360° is divided by 9, this is equal to 40° this is the number 40, which involves the 40 days and 40 nights of Noah.

The First Month of the Year

Aries is the First month of the New Year, in harmony with the Rising Sun in the Northern Hemisphere, on the Tropic of Cancer, which occurs every year on March 20/21 and ushers in the Spring Season.

The Secret of the Number 9, Knowledge or Aries is the first month of the year. The 12 signs of the Zodiac involving Man, Woman, Child and the secrets of the number nine is as important as the letters of the Alphabet, which qualify the babies to read and write. Conception always occurs while the rays of the Sun is in a certain sign of the Zodiac and the child is born nine months later while the rays of the sun is in another sign of the Zodiac. 

For example:

 1. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Leo, between July 23rd and August 23rd, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Aries between March 21st and April 19th.

 2. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Virgo, between August 24th and September 23rd, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Taurus between April 20th and May 20th.

 3. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Libra, between September 24 and October 22, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Gemini between May 21st and June 21st.

 4. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Scorpio between October 23rd and November 21st, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Cancer between June 22nd and July 22nd.

 5. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Sagittarius between November 22nd and December 20th, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Leo between July 23rd and August 23rd.

 6. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Capricorn between December 21st and January 18th, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Virgo between August 24th and September 23rd.

 7. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Aquarius between January 19th and February 19th, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Libra between September 24th and October 22nd.

 8. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Pisces, between February 20th and March 20th, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Scorpio between October 23rd and November 21st.

 9. If conception occurs while the rays of the Sun is in the sign Aries, between March 21st and April 19th the child is born when the rays of the Sun enter the sign Sagittarius between November 22nd and December 20th.

10. If conception occurs while the rays of the Sun is in the sign Aries, between April 20th and May 20th the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Capricorn between December 21st and January 18th.

11. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Gemini, between May 21st and June 21st, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Aquarius between January 19th and February 19th.

12. If conception occurs while the Sun is in the sign Cancer, from June 22nd thru July 22nd, the child is born when the Sun enters the sign Pisces between February 20th and March 20th.

There are 88 constellations visible from the earth, 12 of those are of the zodiac. The zodiac is a narrow zone on either side of the ecliptic. The 12 signs of the zodiac are Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius, Sagittarius, Capricornus, Aquarius and Pisces. There is also a 13th Zodiacal Constellation called Ophiuchus the Serpent Holder. Zodiacal constellations do not stay in the sky for only one day, they are in the sky for about a month. Ophiuchus appears during the first half of December, about 1 in 20 people are really born under the sign of Ophiuchus. In fact, Ophiuchus is a Sun sign in the Solar Zodiac, the Sun can be seen against the stars of Ophiuchus between the 30th of November thru the 17th of December. The dates of the cusps move from one year to the next, sometimes they are quoted as starting December 1st to December 18th.

This concludes in brief is the applied key of the 12 signs of the Zodiac involving the womb of man, the understanding seeds, the number 9, and nine months, from conception to birth. This process of simple scientific universal fact has proven that every child is born while the Sun, Earth and Moon etc, are passing through one of the 12 signs of the Zodiac and that the sign under which children are born governs their lives from the cradle to the grave. That which cannot be proven by mathematical reasoning, is definitely dangerous to the Asiatics the world over. During the nine months from conception to birth, the child in the womb, has passed through the nine cosmic regions or signs, in harmony with the Sun, Moon and Stars, from which it molds its physical form, brain, memory and characteristics; qualified for cultivation as it slowly grows up during life.

If women on a national scale possessed the applied knowledge of the secrets of the number nine, they would be supremely qualified to educate their original children to the practical side of life during the nine months from conception to birth and on into maturity. Then there would be no need for the institutions of religious mystery worship, idol or image god, jailhouses, prisons and insane institutions would not be needed for there would be no racial hatred or crime. The secrets of the number nine and the 12 signs of the Zodiac involving man, woman and child, from conception to birth, is referred to in the Book of John, Revelations, as the opening of the 'Seven Seals' from which has marked the very end of mystery, Theology, the control of the AB-Original man woman and child or the Asiatics of the united States of America who have been labeled "Negro, Colored, Black, African American, Afro American, Coon, Shine, Brethren, and you Folks," by the Sociologists of the Roman Cross Order. I assert that the present grown-ups, or 85% of both European and Asiatics in North America will not turn loose the pale image "Christ" doctrine and the Church, with its various denominations, until the united States of America has undergone its bath of knowledge wisdom, which is now in the making.

Cleopatra

Cleopatra, born in 69 BC, was made Cleopatra VII, Queen of Egypt, upon the death of her father, Ptolemy XII, in 51 BC, her brother was made King Ptolemy XIII at the same time, and the siblings ruled Egypt under the formal title of husband and wife. Cleopatra and Ptolemy were members of the Macedonian dynasty that governed Egypt since the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. To further her influence over the Egyptian people, she was also proclaimed the daughter of Ra, the God of the Sun. Cleopatra fell into dispute with her brother, and civil war erupted in 48 BC Rome, was also beset by civil war at the time. Just as Cleopatra was preparing to attack her brother with a large Arab army, the Roman civil war spilled into Egypt. Pompey the Great, defeated by Julius Caesar in Greece, fled to Egypt seeking solace but was immediately murdered by agents of Ptolemy XIII, Caesar arrived in Alexandria soon after and, finding his enemy dead, decided to restore order in Egypt. During the preceding century, Rome had exercised increasing control over the rich Egyptian kingdom, and Cleopatra sought to advance her political aims by winning the favor of Caesar. She traveled to the royal palace in Alexandria and was allegedly carried to Caesar rolled in a rug, which was offered as a gift. Cleopatra, beautiful and alluring, captivated the powerful Roman leader, and he agreed to intercede in the Egyptian civil war on her behalf.  

In 47 BC, Ptolemy XIII was killed after a defeat against Caesar's forces, and Cleopatra was made dual ruler with another brother, Ptolemy XIV. Julius and Cleopatra spent several amorous weeks together, and then Caesar departed for Asia Minor, where he declared ‘Veni, vidi, vici’ (I came, I saw, I conquered), after putting down a rebellion. In June 47 BC, Cleopatra bore a son, whom was Caesar's and named Caesarion, meaning little Caesar. Upon Caesar's triumphant return to Rome, Cleopatra and Caesarion joined him there. Under the auspices of negotiating a treaty with Rome, Cleopatra lived discretely in a villa that Caesar owned outside the capital. After Caesar was assassinated in March 44 BC, she returned to Egypt. Soon after, Ptolemy XIV died, and the queen made her son co-ruler with her as Ptolemy XV Caesar. With Julius Caesar's murder, Rome again fell into civil war, which was temporarily resolved in 43 BC, with the formation of the second triumvirate, made up of Octavian, Caesar's great-nephew Mark Antony, a general at the time and Lepidus, a Roman political leader. Antony took up the administration of the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire, and he summoned Cleopatra to Tarsus, in Asia Minor, to answer charges that she had aided his enemies. Cleopatra sought to seduce Antony, as she had Caesar before him, and in 41 BC, arrived in Tarsus on a magnificent river barge, dressed as Venus, the Roman Goddess of Love. Successful in her efforts, Antony returned with her to Alexandria, where they spent the winter. In 40 BC, Antony returned to Rome and married Octavian's sister Octavia in an effort to mend his strained alliance with Octavian. In 37 BC, Antony separated from Octavia and traveled east, arranging for Cleopatra to join him in Syria. In their time apart, Cleopatra had borne him twins, a son and a daughter, the lovers were then married, which violated the Roman law.

Antony's disastrous military campaign against Parthia in 36 BC, further reduced his prestige, but in 34 BC, he was more successful against Armenia. To celebrate the victory, he staged a triumphal procession through the streets of Alexandria, in which he and Cleopatra sat on golden thrones, and Caesarion and their children were given imposing royal titles. After several more years of tension, Octavian declared war against Cleopatra, and therefore Antony, in 31 BC, enemies of Octavian rallied to Antony's side, but Octavian's brilliant military commanders gained early successes against his forces. On September 2, 31 BC, their fleets clashed at Actium in Greece. After heavy fighting, Cleopatra broke from the engagement and set course for Egypt with 60 of her ships. Antony then broke through the enemy line and followed her. The disheartened fleet that remained surrendered to Octavian. One week later, Antony's land forces surrendered. Although they had suffered a decisive defeat, it was nearly a year before Octavian reached Alexandria and again defeated Antony. In the aftermath of the battle, Cleopatra took refuge in the mausoleum she had commissioned for herself. Antony, informed that Cleopatra was dead, stabbed himself with his sword. Before he died, another messenger arrived, saying Cleopatra still lived. Antony had himself carried to Cleopatra's retreat, where he died after bidding her to make her peace with Octavian. When the triumphant Roman arrived, she attempted to seduce him, but he resisted her charms. Rather than fall under Octavian's domination, Cleopatra committed suicide on August 30, 30 BC. 

Octavian then executed her son Caesarion, annexed Egypt into the Roman Empire, and used Cleopatra's treasure to pay off his veterans. In 27 BC, Octavian became Augustus. He ruled the Roman Empire until his death in 14 AD, at the age of 75.

Osiris

Osiris is the sun, his complexion is that of a ripe Olive and his hair is woolly. He is included in a slaughter of the innocents ordered by Typhon from which he escaped. His legitimacy was proved by numerous miracles. Some of his doctrines appear in the Book of the Dead or the Coming Forth by Day and Night, the number of his disciples was 12 he was crucified on the vernal equinox, he descended to hell where he remained 3 days and nights to judge the dead and to rise again and ascended bodily to heaven. (See The Link: The Gods Of Khemet)