Book of Vhoruni or Saki Run Hy (vor-rune-hee sacky-run-high)
Forward: Vhoruni was a Mystic who wrote Saki Run Hy which meant “teachings by the masters.” (And supposely written in 800 AD by this mystic from Tibet of the Hitteon Faith.)
(This book is the first one to use verses instead of suras.)
VERSE 1: There have been many persons in past times whom became masters of things they believed in, practiced, taught or perfected.
VERSE 2: A master is an expert in whatever they do. What a master is not is a perfect person, a divine person, an immortal person, a supernatural being or a god.
VERSE 3: There was a man who lived eight hundred years ago in Palestine whose name was Jesus Isio. He was a master teacher of the Essene sect of the Judaism religion which had a small community west of the Dead Sea. He left the sect when he was twenty years old and started teaching his principles. He mastered these principles themselves. But because the people of that period under the rule of the cruel Romans were looking for a liberator to liberate them from the oppression of Roman rule they started believing Jesus was a god.
VERSE 4: There are masters of story telling, prose, poetry, physics, history, religion, philosophy, science and music as well as many other fields.
VERSE 5: Many people believe that masters have mysterious and uncanny powers whom live far apart of everyone else in remote places rarely venturing out in amongst civilization. That these men have superior powers and have unlimited knowledge of everything. But this is all untrue. Anyone can reach enlightenment but masterhood is totally different than enlightenment.
However one can become a master of enlightenment and become immortal.
(It has a total of 28 verses with six chants songs that are almost impossible to chant or remember the words. The following is just one of those chants.)
Ee toh laa nah oh yoe toe lah yah nah toe loe nee ah tah lah toe yah tal lah yee oh toe ee toh laa nah oh yoe toe lah yah nah yah toe toe nee ah tah lah toe yah tal lah yee oh toe.
(And you have to chant it in a sing song way right or won’t work for you.)
The Book of Dahien Behy (dah-heem-bee-hee)
Forward: Dahien Behy means “lists of foods to eat” and was given by the divine spirit Ifni to Apsaras while he was in Nishabad for the first time. It lists all foods that Aradia says Humans should consume, in what portions, how to prepare, set out and eat the food to complete harmony and order with all things.
SURA 1: Aradia has told you not to eat the flesh of those animals which walk upon the land because ye not know what they eat or drink.
SURA 2: Neither eat creatures of the sea who lives in fouled waters but go ye into the far cold climates and far from mankind in the mountains and far in to the deserts where no man has fouled the waters. And eat the clams who bury their selves in the mud away from the foul waters.
(There are a total of 66 suras on what to eat and not eat including the color of things that you can only eat at certain times.)