2.8 Menesheh Law Form
Article 84 - Menesheh Law Form
Menesheh Law Form, also known as Manichean Law Form, also known as Urian (Aryan) Law Form, also known as Sassanid Law Form, also known as Mishnah Law Form is the form of sovereign territorial law, sovereign law, noble law, land law, property law and society law first introduced by ArdaShah I (224-244 CE) and further developed by his son ShahPar I (244-272), grandson BabaRab I (272-309) and great grandson ShahPar II (309-379).
The word Menesheh is a 3rd Century CE word derived from the Persian words Manes meaning “(laws of) righteous and correct behaviour of mind and spirit” from which the English word “manners” is ultimately derived and Shah meaning “ruler, king”. Hence, the literal meaning of Menesheh is “laws of the King” or simply “sacred law”.
The claims that ShahPar I (244-272) was succeeded by a king called “Hormazd”, being one of the names of the supreme being of Zoroastrianism (Ahura Mazdā), is an absurd and clumsy fraud, given the Shah Dynasty were sworn enemies of Zoroastrianism. Furthermore, the deliberate misquoting of the name of BabaRab I as Bahram I and the claim that his reign was less than a year to be followed by two (2) more kings of the same name are all deliberate attempts to hide the length and significance of the reign of BabaRab I.
Following the complete destruction of the most sacred temple to Mithra at Jerusalem in 69 CE, the religion of Mithra fell into disrepute throughout the ancient world, except at its point of origin amongst the Yahudi descendent priests of Babel (Babylon). By the 3rd Century CE, the religion of Zoroastrianism had been restored as the official religion of Persia due in part to the influence of Gnosticism as a key religious movement within the Roman Empire since the middle of the 2nd Century CE.
Menesheh Law Form and the Aryan Dynasty of Shah emerged from civil unrest within Persia between Artabanus IV (208-228 CE) and ArdaShah I (224-244 CE) who prior to 216 CE was the Persian governor of Babylonia. In 216 CE, ArdaShah I refused to expose his lands to the invading legions of Roman Emperor Caracalla as ordered by Artabanus IV to protect the capital of Seleucia on the Tigris. After the Romans had been repelled, Artabanus IV ordered a mass army supported by the Karmans Empire of Susa to attack Babel (Babylon). The city was utterly destroyed to its foundations by 222 CE but ArdaShah I survived and by 226 CE finally defeated the forces of Artabanus IV and destroying Seleucia to its foundations in revenge.
Under the direction of ArdaShah I, the surviving Yahudi priests of Babel (Babylon) officially ended all worship to Zoroastrianism and sought to mitigate the rise of Gnosticism by once again creating a blended religion and law form seeking to encompass multiple cultures as had been done in forming Mithraism in the 5th Century BCE. The new religion and system was called “Manes” which in Persian means “(laws of) righteous and correct behaviour of mind and spirit”. In ancient Greek, it was derided as μανία (mania) meaning “madness” and was outlawed as a capital crime under Justinian in the 6th Century CE.
By 230, ArdaShah I commissioned a sacred city sized “academy” called a “yahsiva” meaning “place of learning for those bound (by oath)” to be built called Babel (Babylon) on the Euphrates River, just north of the ruins of ancient Babylon. Babel quickly became one of the largest concentrations of scribes, scholars and teaching, especially for the religion of Manes.
Upon the total defeat of Artabanus IV, ArdaShah I commissioned the new capital of UrAn (Iran) in 228 CE to be built on the east bank of the Tigris, opposite the ruins of Seleucia. He named this new city TerGan (Tehran) from “ter” in Persian meaning “kingship, divine or paternal duty” and “gan” meaning “garden, life, rebirth, progeny; first or primary”. Hence the literal meaning of Tehran (TerGan) is the “Garden of God (Eden)” or "First (City) of God".
The claim that the city of TerGan (Tehran) was called Ctesiphon, Tosfon or Tusfun are deliberate corruptions designed to hide its true and original name. The city was utterly destroyed by the start of 244 CE by the Romans under Praetorian Prefect Timesitheus, following the defeat of ShahPar I at the battle of Resaina near Ceylanpinar in Turkey.
ArdaShah I (224-244 CE) renamed Persia “UrAn”, sometimes written as Ērān and Iran. The word “Ur” comes from ancient Akkadian and means “city, people or land” and “An” meaning “the sacred age; the sacred”. Hence “Uran” literally means “the sacred people; the sacred land”. The term “Sassanid” is a word falsely attributed to these people as late as the 18th Century CE without any true historic provenance.
(i) Two (2) primeval forces predate and exist throughout the Heavens, the Earth and all that exists in-between– one (1) “good”, the other “bad”; and
(ii) The “good” force dwells in the realm of light and the heavens and is the father of majesty and greatness known as “Abba de Rabban” (Father of Greatness); who possesses four (4) faces being Time, Light, Creation and Virtue; and possesses Five Shekhinas (Tabernacles) being Intelligence, Reason, Thought, Reflection and Will; and
(iii) The “evil” force dwells in the realm of darkness below the realm of light on earth and is the father of knowledge, teaching known as “Seytan” (king of demons) and “Kha Shekha” (Ruler of learning, teaching and knowledge) who possesses four (4) faces being Air, Fire, Earth and Water; and also possesses five attributes being Forgetfulness, Greed, Avarice, Pain and Death; and
(iv) The world of light is infinite in five directions (N,S,W,E and above) yet is constrained by evil and darkness below; and
(v) The world of evil is infinite in five (5) directions (N,S,W,E and below) yet is constrained by light above; and
(vi) All men and women are borne with a base soul (mind) called Ahu-Man being "the state of not knowing, ignorance, stupidity, foolishness and unclean". Those that educate themselves to Manes may then develop a second soul (mind) called Hu-Man and a "state of consciousness to act, perform and do". Only those that have dedicated themselves to the highest scripture and are worthy then reach the third state of soul (mind) Ba-Man of "spiritual perfection, wisdom, hermeneutic skill"; and
(vii) All sentient (thinking) beings who have reached the status of being "Hu-Man" have free will to choose to transgress sacred law and sin (khat) or obey law and perform a good deed (mizdah). Both khat (sins) and good deeds (mizdah) accumulate over a life and transfer to the next life time if not completely “accounted”. However, those possess only a base soul (Ahu-Man) do not have "will"; and
(viii) The cause of all sorrow originates from the first man called “masya” and his wife “masyaneh” who turned their back on “abba de rabban” (the father of greatness and light) and his laws (“manes”) thus creating original sin and the imperfection of mankind through desire and want of material things (kama); and
(ix) Because khat (sins) are inherited into the next lifetime, one who is born poor must be obedient to their master and perform mizdah (good deeds) in order to improve their position – hence “class discrimination” was not only lawful, but “ordained by g-d”; and
(x) The cycle of death and re-birth in seeking to improve and reach spiritual perfection of soul (mind) as Ba-Man (later known as Brahman) is called Chakra which is Persian/Sanskrit for "wheel of life"; and
(xi) All people of society may be classed into Kasts (castes) meaning "to reduce, to make smaller" and then into tribes called Vana meaning "woods, trees" by virtue of birth. The highest class are the scholars, teachers and priests. The next class are the warriors, regional kings and administrators. The next lowest class are the merchants and farmers. The second lowest class are the artists and free workers. The lowest of all classes then are the slaves called boda/bode (pronounced "body") and non Aryans; and
(xii)The sacred law of the Aryans was called “the mirror of way of god” or “Sisa SedaRam” and “good deeds; reward” or “Mizdah” comprising of six (6) “books of worship” or “seyda” being Seeds, Festivals, Women, Damages, Holy Things and Purities; and
(xiii) A member of the Aryan (Chosen People) of UrAn (Iran) could not be held a slave longer than seven years before all their debts must be forgiven. However, a foreigner or non-believer could be held as slaves for life and could be treated like cattle. Treating non believers as life slaves and cattle was not only lawful, but “ordained by g-d”; and
(xiv) The Aryans (Urians) are the rulers of the world over all other people because they made a sacred covenant (BaRit) with the King of Darkness known as “Kha Shekha”. However, as they are sworn to rule justly, truthfully and fairly as “servants of all people”, the Aryan remain also in honor with “Abba de Rabban” (Father of Greatness) permitting them to rule.
The laws of Manes of the Aryan (Urian) of Iran (UrAn) was the first time in civilized history that under the new religion of Manes first formed by ArdaShah I (224-244 CE), the people of Uran (Iran) became known for the first time in history as the “Urians” and later as the “Aryans” which meant literally “the Chosen people (by god)”.
Following the destruction of TerGan (Tehran) by the Romans in 244 CE, ShahPar I (244-272) moved the capital of the Aryans (UrAn) further North-East between the Zagros and Elburz Mountains to the city of Ray which then remained the capital of UrAn (Iran) until 644 CE when it was captured by the Umayyad under the forces of Uthman ibn Affan. The city was finally destroyed around 1220 by the Mongols. The site and the land nearby was granted in perpetuity to the Company of Jesus (Jesuits) by Safavid leader Tahmasp I(1525-1576) in exchange for training, military knowledge and weaponry to defeat the Ottomans. In turn the Jesuits founded a new TerGan (Tehran) at the site and maintained “control” their trading post until being ejected as late as 1975 by MohammadReza Shah Pahlavi (1941-1979).
The attraction of the original religion of Manes to warlords and tyrants throughout the ancient world in justifying slavery and control increased its spread from as far west as Africa, north to Russia and Asia, east to China and to Korea and South-East Asia. However, competing sects and belief systems quickly emerged and by the time of BabaRab I (272-309), the religion was fragmented into dozens of different sects.
Upon ascending to the throne, BabaRab I (272-309) abolished the title of Shah as the ancient name of the Emperor of Persia and instead was crowned as “BaalKhan” or “Balkhan” meaning “God-King” and “masya” (messiah) of the Aryans. BabaRab, also known as “Baba Rabban”, also introduced a range of historic innovations to the religion of Manes to control and eliminate division, including:
(i) A new “secret” language for the scriptures was commissioned known as Ebri (Hebrew) meaning “the path; the crossing (of knowledge)” with all scripture to henceforth be written in Ebri; and
(iv) A new priest class known as the Rab and “Rabbi” meaning “master, teacher of gad” were commissioned to translate the scripture from Ebri (Hebrew) to the people; and
(v) Seytan (Satan) was renamed Sabaoth, or “Lord of Hosts” and his name and identity was forbidden to be spoken or revealed, except by the most senior priests. Instead, the common people were to use the ancient Persian word “gadan” or “gad” meaning “one who overpowers, defeats, injures or rapes”; and
(vi) Faithful were required to now kneel on a prayer rug and bow down in daily prayers and worship the ruins of Babel (Babylon) as the original home of “gad” or “god”, praising his name; and
(vii) Devout were required to now wear a knitted woollen skull cap called a “kapi” from the ancient Persian word for “monkey” to identify themselves as servants of “gad” or “god” and especially during prayers and ceremonies; and
(viii) Slaves and bonded workers (boda/bode) do not really possess a soul (Ahu-Man), so they do not reincarnate. Therefore, boda/bode may be lawfully treated as less than domestic/farm animals. Only Hu-Man (human) possess an animal soul and Ba-Man (brahman) who possess a superior spiritual soul reincarnate.
BabaRab I (272-309) at the beginning of his rule also introduced a range of reforms to the administration of the Aryan (Urian) Empire including:
(ii) The twelve (12) Kantons (administrative provinces) were Asher, Benjamin, Dan, Ephram, Gadan, Issachar, Judah, Levi, Manesseh, Naphtali, Simeon and Zebulun. The thirteenth Kanton was the province of Ray then known as Reuben; and
(iv) Each Rab had an administrative governor or “Ban” who assisted them in their control of the Kanton.
By 274, BabaRab I commissioned a second sacred city sized “academy” to be build called Sura on the Euphrates River, south of the ruins of Babylon and near the ruins of Uruk. This second "YahSiva" quickly became bitter rivals with the older Babel academy and training college.
Upon Justinian becoming Pappas (Leader) of the Holly Roman Empire in 527 CE, he immediately declared the worship of Manes a capital crime, declaring it μανία (mania) “madness”. The Holly Romans under the command of Belisarius defeated an Aryan army of over 50,000 at the Battle of Dara at north-eastern Syria in 529 CE, then moved south-east and defeated the even larger main Aryan army by 530 CE of Balkhan Zachariah, also known in history as “Anasivan” meaning “the one who cries” and “Kosrah” meaning “in the manner of a girl”. Zachariah escaped north and then crossed the Caspian Sea by ship, landing at the mouth of the Volga River and established a new Capital in 531 CE called Samar meaning “city of heavenly light”.
While Balkhan Zachariah and his court escaped to form Samar in 531 CE, a second much larger group of exiles, including the main body of priests and scholars successfully invaded Northern India to form the 1st "Brahman" Kingdom of Harsha under the Swastika to claim themselves the true "Aryan Masters". The exiles succeeded in taking most of Southern India within the following fifty (50) years, but then fell into civil war between rival Aryan diaspora claiming superior position.
On the defeat of Balkhan Zachariah, Justinian installed a new “Shah” called Hormazd I (531-579), being one of the names of the supreme being of Zoroastrianism (Ahura Mazdā), as ruler of Aλβανία (Albania) as the new name for Persia as a vassal of the Holly Roman Empire. The new capital was rebuilt at the old site for TerGan on the Tigris and renamed “Ctesiphon”. The religion of Manes was outlawed as a capital crime and Zoroastrianism returned as the official religion of Albania.
Upon the death of BalKhan Zachariah, his son Obadiah mounted several failed campaigns to dislodge Hormazd I. The exiled Aryans became known as the “Samaritans” and “Sarmatians”, also falsely known as the Khazars. By 550 CE as chaos raged due to plague, Obadiah moved the royal court up the Volga River then westward to the Don River and formed the massive fortified citadel made of red bricks known as Sarkel meaning “White House”.