GÁDIAN SOCIETY The oldest known Religion / Lifestyle / Calendar in continious existence
for more than 8,500 years. Pronunced - Gaadian (Gaurdian) called the Sons of Light.
Ancient Sumerian ± 4500 BC: Gá = I, myself; my, | Di(e) = Decide(To be like), | An = Heaven. My Life, Spiritual Being Understood. This was the Golden Age
You Become, What You Are "Currently" Taught & Guided By! Most if not all the Ancient texts were written in a symbolic language, a language called correspondence where pictures represented truths, qualities and ideas, that could easily be understood by kids to adults without loosing its meaning.
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People in antiquity were no less concerned about the prevention and cure of maladies than they are now, however, and entire cults, sanctuaries and professions dedicated to health dotted the spiritual, physical and professional landscapes of the ancient world.
So what exactly did ancient cultures do to combat disease and injury, and did these methods have any real basis in science as we know it today? The answers may surprise you.
Jericho is a town in the West Bank, located within the Jericho Governorate, near the Jordan River. Its name may be derived from the word meaning "moon" in Hebrew and Canaanite, as the city was an early center of worship for lunar deities. Despite the city's long history, Jericho was first mentioned in the Book of Numbers.
Jericho is believed to be one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world, and archaeologists have unearthed the remains of over 20 successive settlements there, dating back to 11,000 years ago (9000 BC).
Jericho has a population of approximately 25,000 Palestinians. The current mayor is Hassan Saleh, a former lawyer. Three separate settlements have existed at or near the current location for more than 11,000 years. The position is on an east-west route north of the Dead Sea.
The first archaeological excavations of the site were made by Charles Warren in 1868. Ernst Sellin and Carl Watzinger excavated Tell es-Sultan and Tulul Abu el-'Alayiq between 1907-1909 and in 1911. John Garstang excavated between 1930 and 1936. Extensive investigations using more modern techniques were made by Kathleen Kenyon between 1952 and 1958. Lorenzo Nigro and Nicolo Marchetti conducted a limited excavation in 1997. Later that same year, Dr. Bryant Wood also made a visit to the site to verify the findings of the earlier 1997 team.
Çatalhöyük in Turkish; also Çatal Höyük and Çatal Hüyük, or any of the three without diacritics; çatal is Turkish for "fork", höyük for "mound") was a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia, dating from around 7500 B.C for the lowest layers. It is the largest and best preserved Neolithic site found to date.
Çatalhöyük is located overlooking wheat fields in the Konya Plain, southeast of the present-day city of Konya (ancient Iconium) in Turkey, approximately 140 kilometers (87 mi) from the twin-coned volcano of Hasan Da?. The eastern settlement forms a mound which would have risen about 20 metres (66 ft) above the plain at the time of the latest Neolithic occupation. There is also a smaller settlement mound to the west and a Byzantine settlement a few hundred meters to the east. The prehistoric mound settlements were abandoned before the Bronze Age. A channel of the Çarsamba river once flowed between the two mounds, and the settlement was built on alluvial clay which may have been favourable for early agriculture.
eš(2,3)-da: ceremony; a type of vessel, goblet ('shrine' + 'with; to be near').
zíd-dub-dub: flour for the best ritual actions ('flour' + reduplicated 'to pour, move in a circle, shake, sprinkle off, strew').
akkil: lamentation, ritual wailing.
sañña(2,3,4), sanña(2,3,4): a sprinkler, used for ritual cleaning; economic director of a temple or occupation (such as all the smiths) (sañ, 'head', + ñar;ñá, 'to store') [SANGA archaic frequency: 530; concatenates 3 sign variants].
Sumer and The Old Kingdom of Egypt (ca. 3000-2300 BC)
Sites: Ur, Kish, Lagash, Girsu, Umma, Memphis, Saqqara, Giza
Settlements after 9000 BC
The Neolithic in Mesopotamia is characterized by the change in location, distribution and size of human settlements: from scattered campsites in areas where game is present (mountains slopes, in general very differentiated terrain), via repeatedly occupied campsites near valleys to larger but still isolated settlements, never located in the middle of the alluvial plains.
The first proofs for domestication of plants and animals come from such temporary campsites and are sporadically already seen from 9000 BC. e.g. the distribution in the bones over male and female animals could not be explained by hunting alone.
The principle of agriculture: sowing and harvesting is probably discovered in many places and in many time periods independently. Even nowadays in the Near East one can collect at suitable spots two liters of wild grains per day per person. First grain species are barley and wild spelt. The knowledge that grains of corn will grow to new grain plants must have been known for a long time. The selection for the breeding of new varieties initially occurred almost automatically. Loose grains falls off while cutting. They are a waste, but the ones brought home and sowed again suffer less from this disadvantage. Simply sowing into fertile soil also stimulates different and better varieties. Natural barley has a flat spike in two rows, but in fertile soil a mutant is going to dominate automatically having a spike of six rows, resulting in an important increase of harvest yield.
The food storage problem. Despite the simple principle, a good and guaranteed harvest every year requires the solution of many practical problems. Growing crops and raising animals proceed at different rates at various times and places, each region emphasizing its own combination of cereals and animals. The problems are e.g.: residence on the same location for a long time and the storage and preservation of food. Roasting grain -as is evident from excavations- was done often. It prevents premature germination and facilitates winnowing (separation of the wheat from the chaff). A technical innovation (ceramics) was needed to protect against the damage by rats and other animals: the production of storage vessels. There is evidence that the first actual buildings are made for the purpose of food storage: they are often too small or too low to live in.
Our Mission is to bring about the Immortality and Eternal Life of Man, in fulfilling our mission we will bring to "You" this Ancient Knowledge. This knowledge enabled your "Ancestors" to live a peaceful and prosperous life in full recognition of their own divinity. It will enable your life to be Full, Healthy and Divine.
Doing the Will of Our Father: is to foster, protect, and perfect the people without compelling them. To guide and directs but without self-assertion. To ministers progression, but without domination.
To encourage each person to find their own place in heaven.
A new way of finding God; A new revelation of the Father in heaven.
A lot of people have asked me, "why do all this", my only anwer to them is this "When you can know the strength and charcter of your soul, you will become what you are currently being
taught or guided by, good or bad, it is you".
This is the "Third" attempt at defining Man's relationship with their Eternal Father, the "First" attempt was with Adam, the "Second" attempt was with Jesus, both failed to bring changes to the way man (people) thought of their relationship with God.
Becoming a member of the Gadian Society will give you the opportunity to associate with others who have come to an understanding of their own divinity, through reaching a common awareness of their own inherent nature and divine purpose.
You will not be able to recognise those who have come to this understanding as we have no special clothing, public ceremonies or badge of recognition. It can only be felt by those who recognise their own divinity.
This knowledge has been passed on for generations to all people regardless of birth or status, as it by a persons character that you shall know them.
The information contained in this website may contain information contributed by people who have had special events occur in their lives, some have experienced personal enlightenment (Masters, Sages, Wisemen), near death experiences or conscious awakenings, as all have in common a true recognition of "Self" that encouraged them to start a personal journey along the pathway of life Mastership.
This knowledge is passed on freely to those who would initiate a life of self-unfoldment, so that noone may be deprived of the benefit to which they are entitled and which they must inevitably receive as a result of their Personal effort. It is necessary for each person to solve lifes problem and formulate lifes answer for themselves, in developing an entire philosophy to life. It may be considered, analyzed and elucidated to suit their own personal awareness.
This "Life" is to be our great work of individual development, individual unfoldment, individual attainment. It cannot be delegated. The individual who is to receive the benefits must do the work. There shall be no individual development save that which results from individual effort. They cannot furnish a "substitute".
This information is freely available to all; you may know its truth; all it takes is the faith to believe that your Father in Heaven answers you, the same as I answer my Children when spoken to, as all Parents do! The Father in Heaven will do no less than this, this is His promise to all those who speak to Him. Like when my children ask me, sometimes I think before I answer, or tell them to wait for a moment, but I always answer them.