During the last days of Atlantis, the means of survival were very precarious. False prophets announced that Atlantis would not be destroyed. There were religious rituals taking place all over the continent that gave way to the most beastly human desires that were no where near the expression of real love. False priests announced that Atlantis would not fall. Religious rituals full of lustful, beastly human desires forsaking true love had spread all over the land. Storms, hail and earthquakes foretold that the time had come; but the human beings remained deaf and blind in spite of the warnings from nature.
Life became bitter and sad. The people, afraid and unhappy, became suspicious of everything.
The inhabitants of Atlantis became aware of their indolence when it was already too late and realized they had been tricked by their leaders and the false priests.
The human beings who left Atlantis behind were considered one of the most advanced civilizations, not only materially, but also spiritually. Their supreme spiritual knowledge definitely influenced a lifestyle that sought the rhythm of the Laws of Creation, and, it was where this influence was kept pure that the peoples lived in peace and harmony. However, ruin and disgrace overcame the places where false teachings had been welcomed, lowering the quality of life and making people coarse.
At present, nature also signals the seriousness of coming events. Nevertheless, as it happened in the past, human beings deny any warning that is given to them, and cling to vices and base entertainment. By doing so, they waste precious time of their existence as guests of the wonderful Creation that offers them everything that they need.
Below is Roselis von Sass’s dramatic narrative of the withdrawal from Atlantis and the birth of what in the future would be known as Babylon. This new land became a region of great significance for the future of humankind, for it was there that a great part of humankind would choose either to search for the Light, or accept the dark principles, which were purely materialistic. The dark principles would eventually lead humankind to an awful end, even before the Final Judgment had taken place. However, two thousand years ago, Jesus,o Amor de Deus: (Note: book not available in English, yet. Title reads “Jesus, the Love of God”), brought a new supply of Light and True Love to this part of the Universe, and, once again, granted a new opportunity for human beings to redeem themselves.
This is how Roselis tells her story in the book “A Desconhecida Babilônia” (The Unknown Babylon):
"It was obvious that the people from Atlantis had been told about the upcoming event, actually, many years before the fact during a period in which they were asked to prepare everything for their exodus.
Merlin, the wise man, who lived in the northern part of Atlantis, always had a group of followers around him and had also prepared many teachers. He had already realized that the people were attempting to postpone their exodus for the following year. It was not because they doubted Merlin's words, for they knew he had the gift of prophecy. However, they somehow believed that there was still plenty of time to follow Merlin's advice.
Merlin traveled throughout the vast country along with his students. They would talk to the people they met about the widespread areas of fertile land, abundant water, and silver and precious stone mines that awaited them in other regions of the Earth. Even their guides were all set to lead them to the new homeland. But, although Merlin had reassured himself that the people of Atlantis would not neglect their time of leaving, all efforts were in vain. Their answer was always the same. They procrastinated and had to experience their hideous fate.
Only four groups of students had shown interest in following Merlin's pieces of advice in time.These groups were entirely made of youngsters between the ages of fifteen and twenty-four except for some big kids who joined the group although younger than fifteen.
One of these young groups had been guided to the country of the Two Rivers. Suma was the name of their guide. According to his advice, they were led to a fertile plain where they then settled down. This plain was located between the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers. Since these youngsters carried great spiritual wisdom and earthly knowledge within themselves, it was not an arduous task for this small group to start their new life with joyfulness and gratitude.
They built their first lodgings out of bamboo, for there were several types of bamboo groves that grew along the Euphrates River. They were of every size and color, and many were up to half a meter in diameter, or even wider.
They never lacked food. There were so many aquatic birds that, many times, they could hardly see the reflection of the water of the river. There was also another nearby group of natives who soon welcomed them kindly. For years to come, they received continuous assistance from the big and small elemental beings of Nature, who loved them since the times of Atlantis.”
This next paragraph was based on the book “Babylon”, written by Petra Eisele:
“This small settlement grew very slowly, due to the fact the women wanted no more than two offspring. Even so, as the millennia elapsed, they became a respectable nation. Around 4,000 B.C., when the first Semites settled down in the city by the name of Kadinguirra, the Sumerians had already founded the cultural center of Ur and had turned the villages they had founded, such as Kisch, Lagash, Nippur, and others, into science and labor establishments. The Sumerian cuneiform writing was the very first form of human literacy ever known.”
Today, Iraq and Syria are situated in what used to be ancient Sumeria, in the southern region of Mesopotamia. This word means “land between rivers”, namely the Tigris and Euphrates This region is considered to be the birth of civilization since it was from there that came the findings of a superior race and not merely that of nomadic tribes. “The Sumerians worshiped one God alone, who had created all and in whose justice lay divine universal order.”(LJF) Encyclopedias do not give accurate dates. The “Larousse”, for instance, says that “the empire, which was founded by Sargon from Acadea, encompassed all of Mesopotamia and Susiania. It also informs the reader that “the Empire, that had been founded by Sargon of Acadea covered all of Mesopotamia and also Susiania. On the map bellow, one will find the location for Babylon’s nearest and most famous cities, such as Ur, Eridu, Acad – a region that was more anciently known as Chaldea. The best-known wisemen were those from Chaldea. They lived in a small village near the Ereth River. In those times (around 4,500 B.C.), Sargon was the supreme King-Priest.
In those days, Babylon was a land of peace and true happiness. It was a kingdom that glorified the Almighty God. The works of art were beautiful and long-lasting. Human beings developed. People brought hope and joy in their hearts. This period lasted until unfaithful herds, who brought along false and jealousy priests, who sowed destruction on behalf of the dark and jealous priests. All sorts of negative forms came about in the fine matter: greed, suspicion, luxury and fear. Life became dangerous. Violence and crimes were frequent. But, little by little the Sumerians took over the situation because they had been assigned to a great mission.Since they were not able to stop the downfall of the human beings, which was directly connected to a human being’s freedom of choice, the Sumerians mysteriously disappeared from the face of the Earth.
Nowadays, the whole Planet is undergoing a similar situation of chaos, fear and terror. False missionaries make all kinds of promises to their followers and lead them to the limits of “To be or not to be.” There are is misery, diseases and destruction of Nature. The picture of desolation is indescribable. In the midst of all this, Babylon appears as a sign that shows the path to the Light of the Truth.
Darkness cunningly threatened Earth, increasing its army of followers, and, at this stage, the wisemen of Chaldea received their last task designed to warn the Human Beings in the future by means of a great secret, which had been engraved on stone with the assistance of the helpful elemental beings.
Below is another excerpt from the book “The Unknown Babylon”, by Roselis von Sass:
“Sargon, King of Ur in Chaldea, found himself in one of the terraces of the House of Revelations, as he rejoiced with the strong windstorm that howled and shook every tree and every little plant. The majestic harmony of the forces of Nature reminded him of the planets, the suns, the dark and clear celestial bodies, and also the Earth. All of them were energy fields, ruled and maintained by an army of obedient and cheerful servants – as numerous as the "eye" could "see." They were nature beings of the air, land, and water, and they all belonged to the uncountable nations of elemental beings of Nature. They had all contributed so that the Earth would have become the homeland of the human people.
The Sumerians seemed to have been the only human gathering upon Earth who had been able to intuitively perceive the wonders and grandeur of Nature in Its deepest sense, and they all lived their lives in accordance with the demands of the Laws of the Spirit and of Nature.
The King had just received news that had made him mournful, and had almost driven him to despair for humanity. The news had come from Kisch, a small city in the north, which had been founded by the Sumerians. Once again, the information that had been sent to him was related to the desecration of a corpse. Everything regarding “earthly death” drew special attention from the people who were now in Babylon. This was something that was not a simple matter of curiosity, but that of an indescribable feeling of fear. Likewise, the Egyptians also had a special interest in all events that referred to earthly death, but in a different way.
In Kisch, the desecration of corpses had reoccurred. In fact, doctors and priests were behind it. Their intention was to either hinder the decomposition of the body, or prevent it from happening. The explanations, which had been given by the living wise men, had not been convincing. Once before, they had exhumed the body of a wise man so that they could study his head in the hope of finding a clue that would provide them with the great wisdom they sought.
Since that time, the wise men had decided that, after their earthly death, they would have their bodies buried in very deep graves, in places where no one would presume that there would be a grave.
Sargon looked up to the sky in silent prayer. He watched as the windstorm spread the clouds, and the Sun shone through them once again. He could not take away his eyes from the Sun.Suddenly, he heard a call that seemed to make the air vibrate. A reddish cloud appeared. The resounding bustle of the air increased. It seemed as if great, tall constructions were being shaken in their foundations. Shortly after, the lord of the Sun appeared in his armor made of gold. Sargon also saw his gold helmet within the brightness of the Sun. It seemed as if the sunrays came out of it. Sargon raised his arms, and was shaken with joy. Slowly, the golden brightness disappeared. The enteals (elemental beings) of the tempests pushed heavy clouds back toward the place where the lord of the Sun had become visible. At that moment, Sargon intuitively perceived a force that encompassed everything and made him forget about everything that had affected him.
He left the terrace and returned to the vast room where eccentric replicas were displayed on a long table: They were pyramids. One of them had been completely finished. The others were just partially completed and showed how this special construction should be built.
Fifty years had gone by since Min-Ani-Pad had transferred the royal dignity to Sargon. At first, the meaning and the purpose of this extraordinary construction had been explained to him. Furthermore, he had also realized that the Omnipotent God would have to send His powerful emissary, Gilgamesh, so that the harmful misdoings of the fallen angel could be annihilated.
Sargon did not dare to inquire about the spiritual state in which the earthly human beings would be found once their final Judgment Day came.
On that very same day when, upon his appearance, the lord of the Sun had provided the king with a special force, Sargon spiritually summoned all of the wise men for a summit. It took months before all of them could be present since some of them lived very far away. In every city that had been founded by the Sumerians, there lived and worked wise men who had received their knowledge in Ur, and, along with their experience beyond the cultural center, they continuously assisted other human beings in spiritual and earthly matters. Therefore, it had taken a longer period of time for them to be able to get away from their duties.
Meanwhile, in Ur more rooms had been added to the inns, so that all of the guests could feel good and comfortable, that is, those who would be attending the meetings in their earthly bodies. The ones who were too far away to be physically present came in spirit. Among them was the Egyptian, Sunrid.
None of the wise men, who arrived one after the other, was surprised to the see the pyramid replica. Most of them mentioned that they had somehow already “seen” that construction before, and that it did not strike them as a “strange” building.
– Throughout your journey, you were prepared for what awaits you!
All of them admitted that this was the way it had to be. Only one out of all of the wise men had questioned who would be the builder of this singular work. Sargon still did not have a definite answer upon this matter. So he said:
– He will be there when the time foreseen for this undertaking comes! In fact, he will still be young, and of royal decent. His inheritance will be marked by suffering, and, due to this, he will have matured for his great mission, which, today, he himself ignores.”