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« on: March 13, 2009, 03:31:34 AM »

The Divine Code of Human Behavior:

The 77 commandments are our guide as Kem (one who has agreed to live in accordance with knowledge of the universe). They are the greatest gift that humanity has received from the Divine World. When human beings came into existence we were very animal like, and portrayed very barbaric behavior. There was a lack of values. Instances of murder, robbing, rape, and cannibalism ran rampant.
In a short time our human world was sat down by the Divine World (the World of the Gods) and was asked “What will be your agenda on Earth – What do you want?”
This was a very significant event in the becoming of humanity. In order to fully comprehend this event, the honest student of life should strive to understand the nature of the human mind. The human mind does not invent. Everything that we can contemplate is based on what we have seen, heard or otherwise experienced. Since the human mind cannot create, it is left to imitate. This explains why our behavior was such before contact with the Divine World. It also explains why, after contact with the Divine, the only thing we could think of when asked such a question by the Gods was to imitate what we had seen in them.
We wanted our world to be like the Divine World. We were true to our nature. We wanted to reproduce the World of the Gods (be like the Gods). The World of the Gods became what we call the perfect model – a model we lay our eyes on while we build our world.
This is not an easy task. There is much difference between the human world and the Divine World. The Gods knew this when they heard our plea. They assured us that this would be a very challenging goal.
The human world is dirty; it is full of corruption. Humans are liars, we are cheaters, we are thieves, we die, we get sick, and our body produces its own filth. Gods are pure, perfect and immortal, they are incorruptible beings, how is it that we could imitate such perfection?
Wsr the first God of the second trinity, our ancestral God, assisted us by gathering a list of guidelines of what not to do, what we would have to stay away from in order to achieve perfection. The Gods gave a set of commandments so we will not decay spiritually. The Goddess Nwt, the mother of Gods, provided us with forty-seven of the commandments. A separate individual deity gave each the other thirty commandments. The majority of these commandments have nothing to do with you and others; they have only to do with you and yourself. These commandments provide guidelines to help you improve as an individual. Some are rules that are beyond our understanding but we follow them because the Gods gave them to us. If our goal is to copy their world, until we reach that goal, there will be many things about that territory that are beyond our understanding. It is part of the individual evolution to seek out that understanding.
Nowadays the idea of what is good and bad is set by political systems. These systems are pushing the world into barbarism, they want to claim that good and evil exist, but they won’t tell you why good and evil exist or give you an objective definition of either.
A Kem recognizes that good and evil are based on what behavior is or is not in line with the 77 commandments. By following the commandments, humans are placed in a position to trust each other. When following the 77 commandments a human will refrain from doing evil because he or she is aiming at being a good person for themselves, and there is no human law or police state necessary to enforce them since each individual relates to the commandments on their own terms. The commandments are provided to us by the Divine World for individuals to improve themselves. There are consequences to breaking these commandments, but each person must take the responsibility for those consequences individually. There can be no value to the individual evolution without each individual striving to achieve the goal that the commandments represent. No external person, organization, or nation state can force you to follow the commandments. You must choose to follow them for yourself.
The commandments are the greatest tools in building a more perfect human being that can reproduce a perfect world. It is up to every individual to build the world that we want to see.

The Divine Code of Human Behavior

   1. Thou shall not cause suffering to humans
   2. Thou shall not intrigue by ambition
   3. Thou shall not deprive a poor person of their subsistence
   4. Thou shall not commit acts that are loathed by Gods
   5. Thou shall not cause suffering to others
   6. Thou shall not steal offerings from temples
   7. Thou shall not steal bread meant for Gods
   8. Thou shall not steal offerings destined to sanctify spirits
   9. Thou shall not commit shameful acts inside the sacro-saints of temples
  10. Thou shall not sin against nature with one’s own kind
  11. Thou shall not take milk from the mouth of a child
  12. Thou shall not fish using other fish as bait
  13. Thou shall not extinguish fire when it should burn
  14. Thou shall not violate the rules of meat offerings
  15. Thou shall not take possession of properties belonging to temples and Gods
  16. Thou shall not prevent a God from manifesting itself
  17. Thou shall not cause crying
  18. Thou shall not make scornful signs
  19. Thou shall not get angry or enter a dispute without just cause
  20. Thou shall not be impure
  21. Thou shall not refuse to listen to words of justice and truth
  22. Thou shall not blaspheme
  23. Thou shall not sin by excess of speech
  24. Thou shall not speak scornfully
  25. Thou shall not curse a Divinity
  26. Thou shall not cheat on the offerings to Gods
  27. Thou shall not waste the offerings to the dead
  28. Thou shall not snatch food from children and thou shall not sin against the Gods of one’s city
  29. Thou shall not kill divine animals with bad intentions
  30. Thou shall not cheat
  31. Thou shall not rob or loot
  32. Thou shall not steal
  33. Thou shall not kill
  34. Thou shall not destroy offerings
  35. Thou shall not reduce measurements
  36. Thou shall not steal properties belonging to Gods
  37. Thou shall not lie
  38. Thou shall not snatch away food or wealth
  39. Thou shall not cause pain
  40. Thou shall not fornicate with the fornicator
  41. Thou shall not act dishonestly
  42. Thou shall not transgress
  43. Thou shall not act maliciously
  44. Thou shall not steal farmlands
  45. Thou shall not reveal secrets
  46. Thou shall not court a man’s wife
  47. Thou shall not sleep with another’s wife
  48. Thou shall not cause terror
  49. Thou shall not rebel
  50. Thou shall not be the cause of anger or hot tempers
  51. Thou shall not act with insolence
  52. Thou shall not cause misunderstandings
  53. Thou shall not misjudge or judge hastily
  54. Thou shall not be impatient
  55. Thou shall not cause illness or wounds
  56. Thou shall not curse a king
  57. Thou shall not cloud drinking water
  58. Thou shall not dispossess
  59. Thou shall not use violence against family
  60. Thou shall not frequent wickeds
  61. Thou shall not substitute injustice for justice
  62. Thou shall not commit crimes
  63. Thou shall not overwork others for one’s gain
  64. Thou shall not mistreat their servants
  65. Thou shall not menace
  66. Thou shall not allow a servant to be mistreated by his master
  67. Thou shall not induce famine
  68. Thou shall not get angry
  69. Thou shall not kill or order a murder
  70. Thou shall not commit abominable acts
  71. Thou shall not commit treason
  72. Thou shall not try to increase one’s domain by using illegal means
  73. Thou shall not usurp funds and property of others
  74. Thou shall not seize cattle on prairies
  75. Thou shall not trap poultry that are destined to Gods
  76. Thou shall not obstruct water in the moment it is supposed to run
  77. Thou shall not break dams that are established on current waters

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