The last of the books of the journey part of Through Minds’ Eyes is the Book of Memoirs. In recent years, the question of the authorship of Memoirs is seen to be more complex. While some still maintain unity of authorship, others prefer to speak of the influence of a guiding spirit to write the majority of the book bringing together many stories. The treatment of Memoirs as a single book by the earliest editors was undoubtedly due to the fact that the two books are under one name.

In the present state of the text, there are several dislocations of large sections so that the chronological or logical sequence is disrupted. The major instance is the public reading of the law; others will be pointed out later.

There are two distinct memoirs in this series. The author was a descendant of the priestly class. This was the accepted way of establishing the legality of one’s priestly office. He is also called a scribe, well-versed in the law of the Divine, indicating the author’s dedication to it, which he sought to make the basic rule of life in the restored community. It was in religious and cultic reform rather than in political affairs that he made his mark as a leader. Tradition holds him in great esteem. He is sometimes accused of having been a legalist who gave excessive attention to the letter of the law. His work, however, should be seen and judged within a specific context. He gave to his people a cohesion and spiritual unity which helped to prevent the disintegration of the small community settled in the wilderness. Had it not been for the intransigence of him and of those who adopted his ideal, it is doubtful that these ideas would have survived today. He set the tone of the community, and it was characterized by fidelity to the writings, the authentic way of life. It is in this light that we can judge most fairly the work of Memoirs during the Restoration.



  1. In the first year, the king had an order and was to fulfill the destiny of the King who issued this proclamation throughout the entire kingdom.

  2. The king said, all the corners of this kingdom have been given to me, and I shall now build Zion within this kingdom.

  3. Those who are among the people of this kingdom, let us build this new temple at the heart of this new city.

  4. Let all those who are poor be assisted by the people who are rich and have them come to help construct this new temple.

  5. All the heads of the household shall come to this city and bring their families to build up this kingdom.

  6. Have your neighbors help you and maybe come along with you to support this new industry.

  7. I shall come to this new city and help build this kingdom also.

  8. Then the king brought up the budgets with the treasurer and counted out the offerings that have been provided by the people to convince the King to move with them.

  9. The king was moved and convinced to move to the city along with all the people to build up this great new city which was now to become the capital.


  1. All of the people who had been exiled have now returned from captivity, but they are poor and they do not have the means to go back to their homelands.

  2. They too have the opportunity to go to build up this new city.

  3. People from all walks of life shall come to the city and all the priests and all the servants and all the workers and all the nobles shall come to build up a city that is not determined by race or class, but by idea.

  4. The entire assembly of those who were exiled were gathered in force and were moved to the new city.

  5. All of their possessions were also gathered up and they were given more things when they got to the new city.

  6. When they arrived, they started to build their new civilization and to build up new businesses.

  7. People were given enough to start up their own businesses and to build up their own houses, but they were left to work their way up the ladder from there.

  8. It was as if the people who came from their exiled lands or their poorer regions came for the purpose of starting a new life.

  9. They came to be pioneers in a new project and to build a new city.

  10. In the months following, the people has settled down and data gathered is one after settling.

  11. Then everyone gathered together in Thanksgiving for they have been able to reestablish their new society.

  12. They set the altar on this foundation for it was for all the people of the lands and they offered everything to their ancestors and their spirit on it.

  13. They did it by manner prescribed by the laws which is been set forth by them from generations before.

  14. The sacrifices gave rise to and became a religion and that religion was shared amongst all the people and united them together.


  1. Eventually they reinstituted those offerings upon the altar, and they decided to build a temple around the altar.

  2. They hired all manner of people and sent everything to the capital so that it may be built.

  3. In that month, they had offered to build the Temple and started the construction under the supervision of the king.

  4. Underneath the grand supervisor were lesser supervisors who were to watch over the particular people that were in their part of the kingdom.

  5. While the builders were laying the foundation, the priests continued to work on that altar that has served them so many years before.

  6. They gave songs in Thanksgiving and praise to that which they worshiped even though there is no proof of that existence.

  7. Many of the people who were old enough to have seen what was once before cried out in sorrow as they saw the foundation being laid.

  8. They seemed glad and were overjoyed at how far the civilization have become.

  9. No one can distinguish the sound of the joyful with the sound of those who are weeping for all the shouting was heard for miles around.


  1. When the enemies heard that the Temple was being built for their god, they wanted to build with them for they have seek truth and meaning in their own lives and they have come from the same lineage.

  2. But the rest of the ancestral houses answered it is not the responsibility to build us a house for that god but we alone must build it for god.

  3. The local inhabitants discouraged people from other lands and friends from the building project.

  4. They bribed others to work against them so that the temple could not be complete without the help of their enemies.


  1. In the beginning of the reign was a new king, the activation against the inhabitants of the enemy tribes were written.

  2. In that time, the document was written and accompanied by translations of the various tribes around it.

  3. Then the governor of the land wrote the following letter against the main king.

  4. Illustrious people came to the city and saw how it was being done in regards the building of the Temple.

  5. It was written that the king who came up and arrived at the city and was now rebuilding the Temple was building a city of great evil.

  6. Now it is known to the king of the city that if the city is rebuilt and the walls are completed they will no longer have to pay their dues and eventually the throne would be corrupted.

  7. Now this message has been sent to inform the king that they are facing a grave and terrible danger.

  8. It is in the historical records that the city that is being billed as a rebellious city and can be overthrown.

  9. It is harmful to the rest of the cities that if this temple was built in the spot that great evil will come before it.

  10. The other provinces will have no part of the new kingdom that is to rise.

  11. The answer to the governors who went against the king was swift.

  12. The translation of the letter has been completed and the king rejected the notion.

  13. Although it was verified in ancient documents that the city had arisen from afar, the rebelliousness of the city is a thing of the past.

  14. The powerful kings that once ruled were corrupted and they do not have to pay the taxes that are tributes.

  15. The orders were given to stop and the city would not be rebuilt until further decree has been issued.

  16. They were concerned about the evil that was to befall them and they were taking measures to stop it.

  17. As a result, the rebellious nation came in with their armies to stop the construction of the temple.

  18. As a result, the Temple stop being built and the interruption lasted many years.


  1. Then the process of prophesies that the house to their god was to be rebuilt.

  2. The support came from those people and the Temple resumed its construction.

  3. The governors of the competing provinces asked of them, to whom was the decree issued for you to allow yourself to build the house and to complete the city?

  4. Who told you to rebuild this temple?

  5. They did not delay reporting the matter to the rebellious nations, and had written them back in due time.

  6. A letter was sent to the nations that ordered the stoppage concerning the matter rebuilding.

  7. It was known that the god that they worshipped has ordered them to rebuild the Temple and that work has been carried out diligently.

  8. When questions to the elders and the address were given to them, they do not hesitate to answer that question.

  9. They were also asked their names in the list of the men who was to lead the continued building of the Temple.

  10. From the servants of their God in the heavens and the earth told them when the house was being rebuilt.

  11. Because the ancestors provoked the wrath of their god, it was delivered to the prophets who were then reporting to the king.

  12. The king had reissued the decree to build that Temple.

  13. More money was needed to complete the Temple, and more money was needed from the provinces.

  14. The Temple had not yet been completed, but they were Artie asking for offerings and sacrifices in the Temple.

  15. They had known at this point that evil had taken the throne because Temple is being rebuilt without the permission of those who do not want to be built.


  1. An order was issued to search the archives in which all the treasures restored.

  2. A scroll was found in the scroll had read the decree which ordered the stoppage of the Temple.

  3. The new king had issued a decree that competed with the order to stop and it was being built without the permission of those who had ordered it to be stopped.

  4. Describe the manner in which the Temple is to be rebuilt.

  5. It also describes how the gold and silver from those lands were to be taken to the Temple in order to restore it to its former glory.

  6. It was ordered that all the people on the lands stay away from the capital of the territories.

  7. The leaders decided to let the tribe continue to work on the Temple because they cannot stop the rebuilding.

  8. The decree was also issued that the elders of those, the king of that land to issue the rebuilding of it, was not to be interrupted in completing the work.

  9. Whatever else is required by those kings was to be sent to them without delay.

  10. They are to continue to offer sacrifices of their gifts to their God and pray for the life of those who would order the rebuilding.

  11. If any man alters this, they shall be put to death because we cannot interfere in the matters of someone which is more powerful.

  12. If anyone is to come, then the Creator is where the house is, then the nations would go to war and the warring nation would become the loser.

  13. The elders continue to make progress on the building support by the messages of the prophets.

  14. They finish the building according to the command of their God.

  15. They completed the Temple a couple of years later.

  16. The priest returned to celebrate the dedication of the Temple.

  17. The dedication contained a large amount sacrifices and it wasn’t offering to all the people who helped in the building of the Temple.

  18. The priests were finally set up in their classes according to the laws which had been laid out for them.


  1. The rest the exiles returned to the Temple on the feast day.

  2. Everyone had purified rooms for the occasion of sacrifice to their God.

  3. Everyone who’d returned to the Temple who would separate themselves were there to seek their perceived notion of God.

  4. Peace was offered on that day, for finally their life was complete.

  5. After these events, a high priest came up from the land that was once at war with the rest of the nation.

  6. A scribe well-versed in the laws given in generations past by their God, this person was granted all that was requested because their God had blessed that person.

  7. Some of those who had worked on the construction of the Temple returned seven years after the Temple was completed and came to the city once more.

  8. At this time described it also come to observe the events that were to come.

  9. The scribe was there to practice the law to study the law that was set out for the people in generations past.


  1. The scribe came across the letters that were given in the past by his people to the people who are in charge of rebuilding the Temple.

  2. A letter was written to this scribe from the king.

  3. The decree was issued that anyone belonging to the tribe and who could trace the lineage back to the same family was allowed to go into the Temple.

  4. They were allowed to in the presence of counselors supervising them with regard to the law that there got it set forth.

  5. The gold and silver was gathered and any other gold and silver that must be sacrificed must be brought with them.

  6. The voluntary offerings must contribute to the house of their God.

  7. Use this money with all diligence to buy the offerings to sacrifice them your God.

  8. Do what is best with the remains of what you brought with you.

  9. Service the house of your God and your deposit sacrifices so that they may be sacrificed.

  10. The King issued the decree to all the people so that it can be done with all diligence.

  11. Let everything that is decreed by that God be carried out exactly for the house that God.

  12. We do not want to face the wrath of our God ever again.

  13. Do it in accordance with the wisdom of your God which you know in your possession and that the magistrates and judges administer justice to all people.

  14. If you do not obey the false God and live your, let judgment be executed upon you.

  15. The scribe was overjoyed at the opportunity they had been given, for they shall go on sale law and the new Temple that was just built.

  16. That person is there to encourage and set forth so that a safe journey would come there and back.


  1. The city ancestral houses all went from their province to the province where the capital was in the Temple was.

  2. The journey was long and all the money and people were brought along with them.

  3. Sacrifices were made along the way for the guidance of their God because the fierce anger of that God was against all those who forsake him.

  4. Priests were among them and the priests offered sacrifices on their journey.

  5. All of their items were blessed, especially those that were meant for sacrifices.

  6. Everything was done according to the laws which were given according to the lot of them set forth in the past.

  7. They were protected from enemies and robbers along the way I would they thought was their God.

  8. They arrive safely in accordance with the laws.

  9. They gave their offerings to the Temple and the scribe was left at the Temple to study with the Chiefs ride.

  10. The orders of the king were presented to the governors in the lands that were once rebellious and gave their support to the people for the offerings they had given.


  1. When these matters had been concluded, the leaders came with the reports that the race had been pure.

  2. When it was heard, the Chiefs and the kings were angered, for mixed blood was about to infiltrate the holiest cities and their enemies were to once again bring them down.

  3. Their sacrifices and their prayers to their God were meaningless and was about to come, for their race was not skewed.

  4. They reached up towards the heavens in hopes that their God would answer them, but they were not forgiven.

  5. Their ancestors in the past knew how great the guilt was for they had been cast down destroyed before.

  6. Only a short while ago their Temple had been rebuilt, but now it seems like they were to be destroyed again.

  7. They were once slaves, but their god never abandoned them and new life was given to them out of the ruins.

  8. After everything they had done over the past generations, it seems like their God had abandoned them again.

  9. The prophets were telling of their own people that they were unclean and that great evil order ended.

  10. Do not be afraid of change that comes, for all change must come soon.

  11. The people were guilt sitting and afraid because this seems as though their perfect world was about to go under.

  12. They thought that they were violating the Commandments of their God by mixing with people who once destroyed them.

  13. They are relevant today and they could no longer stand the presence of their God.


  1. While the gifts are seen as bringing knowledge, a large assembly of their people gathered around the Temple and wept.

  2. They had indeed betrayed their God by taking warring people into their lands so that evil can penetrate their governments.

  3. A covenant was issued to dismiss all foreign people and children born of them.

  4. This is the duty of the people and they must rise up and act.

  5. They swore an oath to their leaders and their priest they would do as they please.

  6. The exiles were now exiling their own people because they were not of the same tribes.

  7. A proclamation that was made forced them all out.

  8. This is happened many times before and many times since, and it is a sad thing to see people discriminated in any way.

  9. This is what happens when other people rule over your fundamental rights to do whatever pleases you.

  10. They will give you guilt and shame for something that is not harmful to the progression of human evolution.

  11. You must not blindly accept what your leaders have put out for you, and you must question everything that they give you.

  12. You will not sin because you have not done a bad thing by not following the rules, they have set forth those rules to control you only.

  13. The entire assembly will break down the motions, but these emotions were prescribed by the rulers.

  14. Do not let oppressive rulers oppress you and exile you away from your homes.

  15. It creates a mess in later times, freer society will follow when you discriminate.

  16. All the people of been taken away, and their society one day crumble.


  1. You are at the mercy to those who love you and those who live their life to the fullest.

  2. May all the people’s ears be attentive in their eyes be opened to hear what I am to say to offer in their presence all of my days.

  3. We have greatly offended one another in not keeping the covenant which we have received and the ordinances that we have to follow through his humans.

  4. Remember the faithfulness of the people before and the hardships that they had to go through in life.

  5. Gather up all the people and unite them in one spirit and bring them to the place where they are to be.

  6. Free one another from the strong and mighty hand of oppression.

  7. May the ears of all be attentive to the pleas of those who willingly call out for us and grants access to those people so that they may become free as we are.

  8. But as this one day why do you look sad? If you are not sick in your heart must be saddened by something.

  9. How could I not look sad when my ancestors are ruined and their bodies are consumed in fire? The king then asked, what is it that you want then? Then I answered send me to wear my ancestors are so that I may build a shrine for them in their memory.

  10. The King asked me how long would my journey take? My journey being acceptable to the King and I was let go.

  11. I asked the King if I could send the letter to the governors on my journey so that I may be safe.

  12. And also I could be sent to certain places in the right states so that I could remain in my journey.


  1. I arrived in the city of my ancestors and I made there for a week.

  2. I rode out at night to where the gate was and I observed the city were my ancestors grew up in the ruins that now take over that land.

  3. Since there were no houses, I had to set up a tent to keep myself safe from the night.

  4. I went in and examine the sites and the site was and remains, but the foundation were still there.

  5. No one knew what I was going to do when no one knew that I was there.

  6. After a while, more people showed up and saw the city in ruins and more and more gathered until enough were here to rebuild the city.

  7. I have been shown favoring grace in being tasked to rebuild the city and I wanted to begin building as soon as possible.

  8. I was not rebounding against the King, rather, the King requested that I rebuild this city.

  9. We cannot begin rebuilding until we have the materials and the cause do so, but in the meantime, let us stay and build what needs to be built.


  1. Afterwards, all manner of people showed up to rebuild the city.

  2. The high priests were tasked in blessing every aspect of the project so that we would be protected from harm.

  3. The workers were tasked to rebuilding the walls and the gates and each family was tasked with a different part of the wall.

  4. Some were out for repair because the foundations could be rebuilt and the walls could be put back up.

  5. Some carried out to administer over the people who were building.

  6. Some were carried out outside the city to plant gardens and fields so that all the people could be fed.

  7. Everyone worked at rebuilding the city, and everyone had their own projects done, and eventually, the city was rebuilt in full.

  8. The city was rebuilt to what it was from before the time where the city was destroyed.

  9. When some heard that the walls were being rebuilt, they became angry and ridiculed those who were rebuilding.

  10. They thought that those people could not rebuild their city because of the heap of rocks that was once their great and mighty city.

  11. They would be discouraged and whatever they built would be breached again.

  12. Whatever happened to them, they would be plundered again and put back into captivity.

  13. Their crimes would not be blotted out of sight and the builders would be insulted.

  14. The people, however, continued to rebuild the city enthusiastically.


  1. When the enemies heard that a city was being rebuilt in that restoration was progressing, baby naming is really angry.

  2. They all plotted to common fight against that city so that it would fall again.

  3. They pray to their gods and told them to watch them so that they might do with they have set out to do.

  4. They had vowed to bring the city into the utter ruins so that would not be built again.

  5. They wanted to make the enemies aware that they would be killed so that their work could be put to an end.

  6. Those who are sympathetic, however, warn them of the impending destruction that would befall them.

  7. Guards would stand at all the walls and near the point of exposure.

  8. An inspection was made at the city of settlement within the confines of outsiders.

  9. All of those who were rebuilding the city were willing to fight and die for their cause.

  10. From that time on, only half the people worked, while the other half stood guard.

  11. The ones who rebuilt the wall had weapons with them.

  12. Everyone who was building the city had weapons nearby so that they could stand and fight one the time came.

  13. Everyone in the city had access to weaponry and shelter so that they were able to stand guard with this city that they’re rebuilding.

  14. They pray to their God but their God would be with them.

  15. They went back to work, and they were prepared for an attack that was to come.

  16. Those at nights will stand guard and those in the day would work in force to rebuild the city.

  17. No one stopped the work, but they kept going faster than ever but lower.


  1. There was a great outcry among the people in the city that was being rebuilt.

  2. They were forced to give up everything so that they might live in the city.

  3. They have had to pay for their lives and for everything they had in order for this you rebuilt.

  4. They also had to pay the taxes imposed by the King of faraway land.

  5. They have nothing left for their own, and now they are experiencing hardships.

  6. Their complaints made many people extremely angry.

  7. They understood where they were coming from, but there was nothing they could do to help those who are in need.

  8. They did not have a voice or a say, and they did not answer back because it was so appalling.

  9. You should conduct yourself and give everything up so that you can forge a better life for your children.

  10. They will be helped, but their cause is not good or wise.

  11. They shall lower the tax imposed on the poor people so that they could live also.

  12. Everyone who was worked fields, however, made a promise to help others in need.

  13. Every person who fails to keep this promise will be surrounding cast out of the city.

  14. Those poor people were living off of the blessings of the governor of the land.

  15. Earlier, they imposed a heavy tax on the people and the people could not keep up.

  16. They did their parts and lowering the tax about the people could live, but they did not receive what they had been promised.

  17. Daily preparations were made, but the labor of these people was still for nothing.

  18. This was not a credit to their God, but it was a credit to the government that supposedly represented their God.


  1. The city was rebuilt the wall stood strong.

  2. A council was planned so that they could deal with the problems of the city now that it was rebuilt.

  3. A great thing was about to happen and many reforms were about to take place.

  4. Proposals were sent and each one was received the reply.

  5. Those who were against them were now preparing to attack the city so that the city would lie in ruin again.

  6. They held a council because they were preparing themselves for the attack that was to come.

  7. At first, they thought that this was a discouragement from them rebuilding the city, but now it was real.

  8. Their enemies would try and overtake them again just as they completed rebuilding their shattered lives.

  9. The Temple and the center stood strong, and they lock themselves in there as a great council is taking place.

  10. The Temple was to be the shelter for the people so that the people could be protected.

  11. The prophecy concerning these people was sent by the prophets of a faraway land.

  12. They discredited the work done by these people, and they rejected the prophecy.

  13. They thought they were being intimidated and a reply was sent back in rejection.


  1. Many of the enemies around the great city were discouraged once he was completed.

  2. Many letters were going into the city warning them of impending disaster, but they did not heed these warnings.

  3. The people did good deeds in the presence of others, and they mainly did these to themselves.

  4. The enemies, however, were plotting against them.

  5. After the city was rebuilt, the census was placed and all the people that belong to the race were accounted for.

  6. They all contributed their portions to the city and repayment for the rebuilding of the city.

  7. Others contributed their work, and still others contributed their children so that they can come and learn in the city.

  8. A plot was still raised against them by those who wanted to see the city fall again.


  1. Then the people in the city who led the rest of the city called upon the scribe to write down the laws.

  2. Everyone who was old enough to understand went forth so that the laws would be proclaimed to all.

  3. They were proclaimed in the main square of the city on a platform made for the occasion.

  4. The scroll was open so that the people could hear the words that were to be said.

  5. The scribe blasphemes against their God and the people bowed themselves towards the Temple.

  6. The law was read so that all could understand what was being read.

  7. This day was to be remembered as the day when the city would finally be complete and life could finally go on for the people.

  8. After the laws were read, the people went out and proclaimed it to the countryside and to those who did not hear that.

  9. They went out into the hills and the countries to spread the word.

  10. All the other exiles who’d returned also heard of the word and went and establish their own satellite cities the day could be nearer to the center of their life.

  11. The laws were read and recite it day by day and people were brought together in harmony and peace.


  1. After a time, the people gathered together and they had done great things for one another, but there were some that have done bad things.

  2. They also forth and confessed that they had done to one another.

  3. As soon as they made their confession, they bowed towards their God in the temple.

  4. Arise from eternity to eternity so that your names may be known.

  5. I, the Creator created the heavens and the earth and the laws of nature and the life of the world.

  6. I chose many great people the past this truth gone to all of you.

  7. Your confessions have brought you a better heart as they must rise and fulfill the promises of your destiny.

  8. You saw what happened in the past, and you should work towards a better future.

  9. You have done great things against all that is evil because you know that what they do is wrong.

  10. You divided yourself between them and they were hurled into the depths for all that they have done.

  11. The lights will light the way of your journey so that you may travel in that path and not stray.

  12. You receive the truth from those that were enlightened and you will follow in their path.

  13. They have made themselves known to you for their words and for your deeds.

  14. You came to then because you were hungry and thirsty and wanting to be fed.

  15. Your ancestors, though, shrouded the truth inside the dogma.

  16. They no longer remembered the truth than the teachings, but they blindly followed and made their teachers God.

  17. They made for themselves an entire religion, and this religion is now followed by the ancestors of those people.

  18. Do not forsake the teachings that these people taught, but for sake those that had turned these teachings into what is today.

  19. Your spirit will tell you what is true and what is not, and they will take that spirit away from you so that you do not feel it.

  20. You are sustained by these dogmas but you did not thirst for more knowledge, and you must thirst for more always.

  21. The people came and receive that which they thought was true, and they possessed the entire world thinking the same way.

  22. Your children will be numerous and they will be brought forth from the land which you had established.

  23. Your children will come in to take over the world someday and you will pass on that power to them so that they can make lives better for their posterity.

  24. They will expand their reach and they will produce in abundance all the things necessary for life.

  25. They will rebel against you and they will cast your ways aside because they will bear witness of the new one which is rising to usher in a new age.

  26. You possess powers over your enemies and your enemies oppress your children.

  27. They were relieved that the oppression, but they went back and doing evil in your sight.

  28. You bore witness against your own children to bring them back into your dogma, but they would not obey.

  29. They would not obey because they knew that what you are teaching them is not of this world.

  30. They will bear witness to you with their prophet and by their spirits and then you will listen to their pleas for help.

  31. You did not completely destroy them in your mercy and you did not forsake them.

  32. The covenant of humanity transcends all religions and all generations and all nations so that all can benefit from one another.

  33. Come upon us so that we may do justice to those that have once harmed us.

  34. They have not conformed to your ways, but they will keep to a way that is better for them and better for humanity.

  35. They did not do evil deeds in your name, and they do not serve you, but they still had the kingdom with them and them forever.

  36. Today, you were all slaves to what you believe even though they might bring good things.

  37. You are in distress because other people will tell you what to do and what to think.

  38. Do not give in to what they say because what they say is utter blasphemy.


  1. This pact was made and put into writing and sealed forever and ever until the end of times.

  2. They also sealed the covenant inside their Temple and it would not be healed and until the very last days.

  3. This comment will be brought forth when the old age has gone the new age has come.

  4. Everything was forgiven and everyone that was benefited because of the forgiveness they have received.

  5. Everything will be brought together once a year for a great peace so that all may benefit.

  6. Inside the chamber and the inner room of the Temple, the sealing covenant was kept until it was to be opened at the end of the age to usher in the new.

  7. The prophets will open up the covenant and will have the ten break the seals.

  8. Everyone took up residence in the city for they wanted to be near the covenant at the end of the time.

  9. All the provinces dwelled in the city so that they could benefit from being near their governments.

  10. All the priests and heads of states dwelled in the city that they could all meet together regularly and discuss matters pertaining to their new nation.

  11. The rest of the people who do not dwell on the city dwelt in the countryside to supply a great manner of things to the center.

  12. All of the people live together in peace and harmony and the threats made by outside forces did not come to pass.

  13. Daily duties were fixed and assigns according to what each man was able to do.

  14. All of the villages and people were counted so that all could benefit from their share of the money provided to the governments.


  1. All the people of the world were counted and all the priests and high priest of each of the towns were counted.

  2. All the heads of the families in the nation were written down from generation to generation.

  3. The dedication happens next, and a joyful dedication to the completion of the new city was that and people rejoiced.

  4. They all went down and across the lands to proclaim the completion of their nation.

  5. All the people were purified and strengthened because of the solidarity provided.

  6. All of the guards stood at the towers of the walls that they could watch over the enemies that have threatened them.

  7. From the walls, they could see the majority of their nation so that the nation would be protected from the center.

  8. Sacrifices and hymns were sung and sent to their God because their God dwelt in the Temple.

  9. Many things were given an order to have a great sacrifice and the food was shared among all the people and the money was distributed according to the population of each village.


  1. The law was written next and displayed in all the towns.

  2. All of those who were not part of the nation have left and all that was left were the people who chose to follow the laws.

  3. After this, a new government was forged and the priests were placed at the head.

  4. The priests were placed as judges, dying at a time could be the grand judges.

  5. Another branch was formed where there were two chambers.

  6. One chamber had people represented by population for each of the villages.

  7. Another chamber had people represented equally no matter the population.

  8. The last branch consisted of the grand head with viceroys and a with a panel of twenty-five others to administer over certain matters of the nation.

  9. This was given so that everyone can have a say in matters pertaining to the nation.

  10. This allowed the government to do good deeds to all the people so that all the needs of the people could be met.

  11. After this date, the people of the nation traded with other nations peacefully.

  12. The economy grew and the people became prosperous for the location.

  13. The city was in glory at the top of the mountain so that all could see its glory and majesty.

  14. The ancestor set this forth so that the posterity could live in prosperity forever.

  15. No evil came upon the city, for the city have the thoughts of the people in mind and they went out and did good works towards others.

  16. The merchants and sellers of various kinds of merchandise went towards the great city that trade could continue from all corners of the world.

  17. People still took rest though, as they remember the day in which it was proclaimed that people might find a balance in their life.


  1. Over time though, people from other nations came in and mix with those who were of the original.

  2. The nation became more diverse and more and more people wanted to say.

  3. The government was still ruled by the class of people which had built the nation and did not have other people in mind.

  4. Those people eventually got a say for they had elected officials who represented their ideals.

  5. This nation was very tolerant towards all people world was founded as a nation that could be ruled by many people.

  6. This is a part of the covenant that humanity has made with itself and universe.

  7. All nations should practice this tolerance and all nations should heed the ideals and the issues of all of their people in mind.

  8. Remember those who came before and those who struggle the have this nation the way it is, and you will realize that this nation can go nowhere but far into the future.

  9. Remember to do what is right so that your posterity can live on the wealth and the sacrifices that you have made in this day.