We have now finished the all important first book which compares to our Genesis. It is also apparent that much of Genesis was informed by this material but that it was heavily edited likely out of an inability to properly translate, perhaps by Moses. He did after all have access to Egyptian texts and certainly the Kolbrin claims to have a partial Egyptian attribution.
Please note that the struggle toward light is the spiritual journey we are all on.
We now start a collection of folk stories or legends that firstly set out to explain mankind's fall from a well ordered culture into barbarism. This is blamed on a specific woman and much is made of this in the first chapter. I find it interesting that an ideal society can be imagined and that its downfall so well engineered.
[ Unbelievable but this is an effective doctrine for breeding up quality stock. If our natural communities set a similar system the effects would be seriously beneficial and not just in terms of breeding success. - arclein ]
Men strive for gold, and value it because it is something not easily attained. If gold would be gathered by the handful, men would scorn it, its power is in its scarcity.