THE VIOLET RACE AFTER THE DAYS OF ADAM
[See the Gobekli Tepe Report.]
78:0.1 THE second Eden was the cradle of
civilization for almost thirty thousand years. Here in Mesopotamia the Adamic
peoples held forth, sending out their progeny to the ends of the earth, and
latterly, as amalgamated with the Nodite and Sangik tribes, were known as the
Andites. From this region went those men and women who initiated the doings of
historic times, and who have so enormously accelerated cultural progress on
78:0.2 This paper depicts the planetary history of
the violet race, beginning soon after the default of Adam, about 35,000 B.C.,
and extending down through its amalgamation with the Nodite and Sangik races,
about 15,000 B.C., to form the Andite peoples and on to its final
disappearance from the Mesopotamian homelands, about 2000 B.C.
1. RACIAL AND CULTURAL DISTRIBUTION
78:1.1 Although the minds and morals of the races
were at a low level at the time of Adam's arrival, physical evolution had gone
on quite unaffected by the exigencies of the Caligastia rebellion. Adam's
contribution to the biologic status of the races, notwithstanding the partial
failure of the undertaking, enormously upstepped the people of
78:1.2 Adam and Eve also contributed much that was
of value to the social, moral, and intellectual progress of mankind;
civilization was immensely quickened by the presence of their offspring. But
thirty-five thousand years ago the world at large possessed little culture.
Certain centers of civilization existed here and there, but most of Urantia
languished in savagery. Racial and cultural distribution was as follows:
78:1.3 1. The violet race -- Adamites and
Adamsonites. The chief center of Adamite culture was in the second garden,
located in the triangle of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers; this was indeed
the cradle of Occidental and Indian civilizations. The secondary or northern
center of the violet race was the Adamsonite headquarters, situated east of
the southern shore of the Caspian Sea near the Kopet mountains. From these two
centers there went forth to the surrounding lands the culture and life plasm
which so immediately quickened all the races.
78:1.4 2. Pre-Sumerians and other Nodites.
There were also present in Mesopotamia, near the mouth of the rivers, remnants
of the ancient culture of the days of Dalamatia. With the passing millenniums,
this group became thoroughly admixed with the Adamites to the north, but they
never entirely lost their Nodite traditions. Various other Nodite groups that
had settled in the Levant were, in general, absorbed by the later expanding
78:1.5 3. The Andonites maintained five or
six fairly representative settlements to the north and east of the Adamson
headquarters. They were also scattered throughout Turkestan, while isolated
islands of them persisted throughout Eurasia, especially in mountainous
regions. These aborigines still held the northlands of the Eurasian continent,
together with Iceland and Greenland, but they had long since been driven from
the plains of Europe by the blue man and from the river valleys of farther
Asia by the expanding yellow race.
78:1.6 4. The red man occupied the Americas,
having been driven out of Asia over fifty thousand years before the arrival of
78:1.7 5. The yellow race. The Chinese
peoples were well established in control of eastern Asia. Their most advanced
settlements were situated to the northwest of modern China in regions
bordering on Tibet.
78:1.8 6. The blue race. The blue men were
scattered all over Europe, but their better centers of culture were situated
in the then fertile valleys of the Mediterranean basin and in northwestern
Europe. Neanderthal absorption had greatly retarded the culture of the blue
man, but he was otherwise the most aggressive, adventurous, and exploratory of
all the evolutionary peoples of Eurasia.
78:1.9 7. Pre-Dravidian India. The complex
mixture of races in India -- embracing every race on earth, but especially the
green, orange, and black -- maintained a culture slightly above that of the
78:1.10 8. The Sahara civilization. The
superior elements of the indigo race had their most progressive settlements in
what is now the great Sahara desert. This indigo-black group carried extensive
strains of the submerged orange and green races.
78:1.11 9. The Mediterranean basin. The most
highly blended race outside of India occupied what is now the Mediterranean
basin. Here blue men from the north and Saharans from the south met and
mingled with Nodites and Adamites from the east.
78:1.12 This was the picture of the world prior to
the beginnings of the great expansions of the violet race, about twenty-five
thousand years ago. The hope of future civilization lay in the second garden
between the rivers of Mesopotamia. Here in southwestern Asia there existed the
potential of a great civilization, the possibility of the spread to the world
of the ideas and ideals which had been salvaged from the days of Dalamatia and
the times of Eden.
78:1.13 Adam and Eve had left behind a limited but
potent progeny, and the celestial observers on Urantia waited anxiously to
find out how these descendants of the erring Material Son and Daughter would
2. THE ADAMITES IN THE SECOND GARDEN
78:2.1 For thousands of years the sons of Adam
labored along the rivers of Mesopotamia, working out their irrigation and
flood-control problems to the south, perfecting their defenses to the north,
and attempting to preserve their traditions of the glory of the first
78:2.2 The heroism displayed in the leadership of
the second garden constitutes one of the amazing and inspiring epics of
Urantia's history. These splendid souls never wholly lost sight of the purpose
of the Adamic mission, and therefore did they valiantly fight off the
influences of the surrounding and inferior tribes while they willingly sent
forth their choicest sons and daughters in a steady stream as emissaries to
the races of earth. Sometimes this expansion was depleting to the home
culture, but always these superior peoples would rehabilitate
78:2.3 The civilization, society, and cultural
status of the Adamites were far above the general level of the evolutionary
races of Urantia. Only among the old settlements of Van and Amadon and the
Adamsonites was there a civilization in anyway comparable. But the
civilization of the second Eden was an artificial structure -- it had not
been evolved -- and was therefore doomed to deteriorate until it reached a
natural evolutionary level.
78:2.4 Adam left a great intellectual and spiritual
culture behind him, but it was not advanced in mechanical appliances since
every civilization is limited by available natural resources, inherent genius,
and sufficient leisure to insure inventive fruition. The civilization of the
violet race was predicated on the presence of Adam and on the traditions of
the first Eden. After Adam's death and as these traditions grew dim through
the passing millenniums, the cultural level of the Adamites steadily
deteriorated until it reached a state of reciprocal balance with the status of
the surrounding peoples and the naturally evolving cultural capacities of the
78:2.5 But the Adamites were a real nation around
19,000 B.C., numbering four and a half million, and already they had poured
forth millions of their progeny into the surrounding peoples.
3. EARLY EXPANSIONS OF THE ADAMITES
78:3.1 The violet race retained the Edenic
traditions of peacefulness for many millenniums, which explains their long
delay in making territorial conquests. When they suffered from population
pressure, instead of making war to secure more territory, they sent forth
their excess inhabitants as teachers to the other races. The cultural effect
of these earlier migrations was not enduring, but the absorption of the
Adamite teachers, traders, and explorers was biologically invigorating to the
78:3.2 Some of the Adamites early journeyed westward
to the valley of the Nile; others penetrated eastward into Asia, but these
were a minority. The mass movement of the later days was extensively northward
and thence westward. It was, in the main, a gradual but unremitting northward
push, the greater number making their way north and then circling westward
around the Caspian Sea into Europe.
78:3.3 About twenty-five thousand years ago many of
the purer elements of the Adamites were well on their northern trek. And as
they penetrated northward, they became less and less Adamic until, by the
times of their occupation of Turkestan, they had become thoroughly admixed
with the other races, particularly the Nodites. Very few of the pure-line
violet peoples ever penetrated far into Europe or Asia.
78:3.4 From about 30,000 to 10,000 B.C. epoch-making
racial mixtures were taking place throughout southwestern Asia. The highland
inhabitants of Turkestan were a virile and vigorous people. To the northwest
of India much of the culture of the days of Van persisted. Still to the north
of these settlements the best of the early Andonites had been preserved. And
both of these superior races of culture and character were absorbed by the
northward-moving Adamites. This amalgamation led to the adoption of many new
ideas; it facilitated the progress of civilization and greatly advanced all
phases of art, science, and social culture.
78:3.5 As the period of the early Adamic migrations
ended, about 15,000 B.C., there were already more descendants of Adam in
Europe and central Asia than anywhere else in the world, even than in
Mesopotamia. The European blue races had been largely infiltrated. The lands
now called Russia and Turkestan were occupied throughout their southern
stretches by a great reservoir of the Adamites mixed with Nodites, Andonites,
and red and yellow Sangiks. Southern Europe and the Mediterranean fringe were
occupied by a mixed race of Andonite and Sangik peoples -- orange, green, and
indigo -- with a sprinkling of the Adamite stock. Asia Minor and the
central-eastern European lands were held by tribes that were predominantly
78:3.6 A blended colored race, about this time
greatly reinforced by arrivals from Mesopotamia, held forth in Egypt and
prepared to take over the disappearing culture of the Euphrates valley. The
black peoples were moving farther south in Africa and, like the red race, were
78:3.7 The Saharan civilization had been disrupted
by drought and that of the Mediterranean basin by flood. The blue races had,
as yet, failed to develop an advanced culture. The Andonites were still
scattered over the Arctic and central Asian regions. The green and orange
races had been exterminated as such. The indigo race was moving south in
Africa, there to begin its slow but long-continued racial
78:3.8 The peoples of India lay stagnant, with a
civilization that was unprogressing; the yellow man was consolidating his
holdings in central Asia; the brown man had not yet begun his civilization on
the near-by islands of the Pacific.
78:3.9 These racial distributions, associated with
extensive climatic changes, set the world stage for the inauguration of the
Andite era of Urantia civilization. These early migrations extended over a
period of ten thousand years, from 25,000 to 15,000 B.C. The later or Andite
migrations extended from about 15,000 to 6000 B.C.
78:3.10 It took so long for the earlier waves of
Adamites to pass over Eurasia that their culture was largely lost in transit.
Only the later Andites moved with sufficient speed to retain the Edenic
culture at any great distance from Mesopotamia.
4. THE ANDITES
78:4.1 The Andite races were the primary blends of
the pure-line violet race and the Nodites plus the evolutionary peoples. In
general, Andites should be thought of as having a far greater percentage of
Adamic blood than the modern races. In the main, the term Andite is used to
designate those peoples whose racial inheritance was from one-eighth to
one-sixth violet. Modern Urantians, even the northern white races, contain
much less than this percentage of the blood of Adam.
78:4.2 The earliest Andite peoples took origin in
the regions adjacent to Mesopotamia more than twenty-five thousand years ago
and consisted of a blend of the Adamites and Nodites. The second garden was
surrounded by concentric circles of diminishing violet blood, and it was on
the periphery of this racial melting pot that the Andite race was born. Later
on, when the migrating Adamites and Nodites entered the then fertile regions
of Turkestan, they soon blended with the superior inhabitants, and the
resultant race mixture extended the Andite type northward.
78:4.3 The Andites were the best all-round human
stock to appear on Urantia since the days of the pure-line violet peoples.
They embraced most of the highest types of the surviving remnants of the
Adamite and Nodite races and, later, some of the best strains of the yellow,
blue, and green men.
78:4.4 These early Andites were not Aryan; they were
pre-Aryan. They were not white; they were pre-white. They were neither an
Occidental nor an Oriental people. But it is Andite inheritance that gives to
the polyglot mixture of the so-called white races that generalized homogeneity
which has been called Caucasoid.
78:4.5 The purer strains of the violet race had
retained the Adamic tradition of peace-seeking, which explains why the earlier
race movements had been more in the nature of peaceful migrations. But as the
Adamites united with the Nodite stocks, who were by this time a belligerent
race, their Andite descendants became, for their day and age, the most
skillful and sagacious militarists ever to live on Urantia. Thenceforth the
movements of the Mesopotamians grew increasingly military in character and
became more akin to actual conquests.
78:4.6 These Andites were adventurous; they had
roving dispositions. An increase of either Sangik or Andonite stock tended to
stabilize them. But even so, their later descendants never stopped until they
had circumnavigated the globe and discovered the last remote continent.
5. THE ANDITE MIGRATIONS
[See the Horsing Around Report.]
78:5.1 For twenty thousand years the culture of the
second garden persisted, but it experienced a steady decline until about
15,000 B.C., when the regeneration of the Sethite priesthood and the
leadership of Amosad inaugurated a brilliant era. The massive waves of
civilization which later spread over Eurasia immediately followed the great
renaissance of the Garden consequent upon the extensive union of the Adamites
with the surrounding mixed Nodites to form the Andites.
78:5.2 These Andites inaugurated new advances
throughout Eurasia and North Africa. From Mesopotamia through Sinkiang the
Andite culture was dominant, and the steady migration toward Europe was
continuously offset by new arrivals from Mesopotamia. But it is hardly correct
to speak of the Andites as a race in Mesopotamia proper until near the
beginning of the terminal migrations of the mixed descendants of Adam. By this
time even the races in the second garden had become so blended that they could
no longer be considered Adamites.
78:5.3 The civilization of Turkestan was constantly
being revived and refreshed by the newcomers from Mesopotamia, especially by
the later Andite cavalrymen. The so-called Aryan mother tongue was in process
of formation in the highlands of Turkestan; it was a blend of the Andonic
dialect of that region with the language of the Adamsonites and later Andites.
Many modern languages are derived from this early speech of these central
Asian tribes who conquered Europe, India, and the upper stretches of the
Mesopotamian plains. This ancient language gave the Occidental tongues all of
that similarity which is called Aryan.
78:5.4 By 12,000 B.C. three quarters of the Andite
stock of the world was resident in northern and eastern Europe, and when the
later and final exodus from Mesopotamia took place, sixty-five per cent of
these last waves of emigration entered Europe.
78:5.5 The Andites not only migrated to Europe but
to northern China and India, while many groups penetrated to the ends of the
earth as missionaries, teachers, and traders. They contributed considerably to
the northern groups of the Saharan Sangik peoples. But only a few teachers and
traders ever penetrated farther south in Africa than the headwaters of the
Nile. Later on, mixed Andites and Egyptians followed down both the east and
west coasts of Africa well below the equator, but they did not reach
78:5.6 These Andites were the so-called Dravidian
and later Aryan conquerors of India; and their presence in central Asia
greatly upstepped the ancestors of the Turanians. Many of this race journeyed
to China by way of both Sinkiang and Tibet and added desirable qualities to
the later Chinese stocks. From time to time small groups made their way into
Japan, Formosa, the East Indies, and southern China, though very few entered
southern China by the coastal route.
78:5.7 One hundred and thirty-two of this race,
embarking in a fleet of small boats from Japan, eventually reached South
America and by intermarriage with the natives of the Andes established the
ancestry of the later rulers of the Incas. They crossed the Pacific by easy
stages, tarrying on the many islands they found along the way. The islands of
the Polynesian group were both more numerous and larger then than now, and
these Andite sailors, together with some who followed them, biologically
modified the native groups in transit. Many flourishing centers of
civilization grew up on these now submerged lands as a result of Andite
penetration. Easter Island was long a religious and administrative center of
one of these lost groups. But of the Andites who navigated the Pacific of long
ago none but the one hundred and thirty-two ever reached the mainland of the
78:5.8 The migratory conquests of the Andites
continued on down to their final dispersions, from 8000 to 6000 B.C. As they
poured out of Mesopotamia, they continuously depleted the biologic reserves of
their homelands while markedly strengthening the surrounding peoples. And to
every nation to which they journeyed, they contributed humor, art, adventure,
music, and manufacture. They were skillful domesticators of animals and expert
agriculturists. For the time being, at least, their presence usually improved
the religious beliefs and moral practices of the older races. And so the
culture of Mesopotamia quietly spread out over Europe, India, China, northern
Africa, and the Pacific Islands.
6. THE LAST ANDITE DISPERSIONS
78:6.1 The last three waves of Andites poured out of
Mesopotamia between 8000 and 6000 B.C. These three great waves of culture were
forced out of Mesopotamia by the pressure of the hill tribes to the east and
the harassment of the plainsmen of the west. The inhabitants of the Euphrates
valley and adjacent territory went forth in their final exodus in several
78:6.2 Sixty-five per cent entered Europe by the
Caspian Sea route to conquer and amalgamate with the newly appearing white
races -- the blend of the blue men and the earlier Andites.
78:6.3 Ten per cent, including a large group of the
Sethite priests, moved eastward through the Elamite highlands to the Iranian
plateau and Turkestan. Many of their descendants were later driven into India
with their Aryan brethren from the regions to the north.
78:6.4 Ten per cent of the Mesopotamians turned
eastward in their northern trek, entering Sinkiang, where they blended with
the Andite-yellow inhabitants. The majority of the able offspring of this
racial union later entered China and contributed much to the immediate
improvement of the northern division of the yellow race.
78:6.5 Ten per cent of these fleeing Andites made
their way across Arabia and entered Egypt.
78:6.6 Five per cent of the Andites, the very
superior culture of the coastal district about the mouths of the Tigris and
Euphrates who had kept themselves free from intermarriage with the inferior
neighboring tribesmen, refused to leave their homes. This group represented
the survival of many superior Nodite and Adamite strains.
78:6.7 The Andites had almost entirely evacuated
this region by 6000 B.C., though their descendants, largely mixed with the
surrounding Sangik races and the Andonites of Asia Minor, were there to give
battle to the northern and eastern invaders at a much later date.
78:6.8 The cultural age of the second garden was
terminated by the increasing infiltration of the surrounding inferior stocks.
Civilization moved westward to the Nile and the Mediterranean islands, where
it continued to thrive and advance long after its fountainhead in Mesopotamia
had deteriorated. And this unchecked influx of inferior peoples prepared the
way for the later conquest of all Mesopotamia by the northern barbarians who
drove out the residual strains of ability. Even in later years the cultured
residue still resented the presence of these ignorant and uncouth invaders.
7. THE FLOODS IN MESOPOTAMIA
78:7.1 The river dwellers were accustomed to rivers
overflowing their banks at certain seasons; these periodic floods were annual
events in their lives. But new perils threatened the valley of Mesopotamia as
a result of progressive geologic changes to the north.
78:7.2 For thousands of years after the submergence
of the first Eden the mountains about the eastern coast of the Mediterranean
and those to the northwest and northeast of Mesopotamia continued to rise.
This elevation of the highlands was greatly accelerated about 5000 B.C., and
this, together with greatly increased snowfall on the northern mountains,
caused unprecedented floods each spring throughout the Euphrates valley. These
spring floods grew increasingly worse so that eventually the inhabitants of
the river regions were driven to the eastern highlands. For almost a thousand
years scores of cities were practically deserted because of these extensive
78:7.3 Almost five thousand years later, as the
Hebrew priests in Babylonian captivity sought to trace the Jewish people back
to Adam, they found great difficulty in piecing the story together; and it
occurred to one of them to abandon the effort, to let the whole world drown in
its wickedness at the time of Noah's flood, and thus to be in a better
position to trace Abraham right back to one of the three surviving sons of
78:7.4 The traditions of a time when water covered
the whole of the earth's surface are universal. Many races harbor the story of
a world-wide flood some time during past ages. The Biblical story of Noah, the
ark, and the flood is an invention of the Hebrew priesthood during the
Babylonian captivity. There has never been a universal flood since life was
established on Urantia. The only time the surface of the earth was completely
covered by water was during those Archeozoic ages before the land had begun to
78:7.5 But Noah really lived; he was a wine maker of
Aram, a river settlement near Erech. He kept a written record of the days of
the river's rise from year to year. He brought much ridicule upon himself by
going up and down the river valley advocating that all houses be built of
wood, boat fashion, and that the family animals be put on board each night as
the flood season approached. He would go to the neighboring river settlements
every year and warn them that in so many days the floods would come. Finally a
year came in which the annual floods were greatly augmented by unusually heavy
rainfall so that the sudden rise of the waters wiped out the entire village;
only Noah and his immediate family were saved in their houseboat.
78:7.6 These floods completed the disruption of
Andite civilization. With the ending of this period of deluge, the second
garden was no more. Only in the south and among the Sumerians did any trace of
the former glory remain.
78:7.7 The remnants of this, one of the oldest
civilizations, are to be found in these regions of Mesopotamia and to the
northeast and northwest. But still older vestiges of the days of Dalamatia
exist under the waters of the Persian Gulf, and the first Eden lies submerged
under the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea.
8. THE SUMERIANS -- LAST OF THE ANDITES
78:8.1 When the last Andite dispersion broke the
biologic backbone of Mesopotamian civilization, a small minority of this
superior race remained in their homeland near the mouths of the rivers. These
were the Sumerians, and by 6000 B.C. they had become largely Andite in
extraction, though their culture was more exclusively Nodite in character, and
they clung to the ancient traditions of Dalamatia. Nonetheless, these
Sumerians of the coastal regions were the last of the Andites in Mesopotamia.
But the races of Mesopotamia were already thoroughly blended by this late
date, as is evidenced by the skull types found in the graves of this
78:8.2 It was during the floodtimes that Susa so
greatly prospered. The first and lower city was inundated so that the second
or higher town succeeded the lower as the headquarters for the peculiar
artcrafts of that day. With the later diminution of these floods, Ur became
the center of the pottery industry. About seven thousand years ago Ur was on
the Persian Gulf, the river deposits having since built up the land to its
present limits. These settlements suffered less from the floods because of
better controlling works and the widening mouths of the rivers.
78:8.3 The peaceful grain growers of the Euphrates
and Tigris valleys had long been harassed by the raids of the barbarians of
Turkestan and the Iranian plateau. But now a concerted invasion of the
Euphrates valley was brought about by the increasing drought of the highland
pastures. And this invasion was all the more serious because these surrounding
herdsmen and hunters possessed large numbers of tamed horses. It was the
possession of horses which gave them a tremendous military advantage over
their rich neighbors to the south. In a short time they overran all
Mesopotamia, driving forth the last waves of culture which spread out over all
of Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa.
78:8.4 These conquerors of Mesopotamia carried in
their ranks many of the better Andite strains of the mixed northern races of
Turkestan, including some of the Adamson stock. These less advanced but more
vigorous tribes from the north quickly and willingly assimilated the residue
of the civilization of Mesopotamia and presently developed into those mixed
peoples found in the Euphrates valley at the beginning of historic annals.
They quickly revived many phases of the passing civilization of Mesopotamia,
adopting the arts of the valley tribes and much of the culture of the
Sumerians. They even sought to build a third tower of Babel and later adopted
the term as their national name.
78:8.5 When these barbarian cavalrymen from the
northeast overran the whole Euphrates valley, they did not conquer the
remnants of the Andites who dwelt about the mouth of the river on the Persian
Gulf. These Sumerians were able to defend themselves because of superior
intelligence, better weapons, and their extensive system of military canals,
which were an adjunct to their irrigation scheme of interconnecting pools.
They were a united people because they had a uniform group religion. They were
thus able to maintain their racial and national integrity long after their
neighbors to the northwest were broken up into isolated city-states. No one of
these city groups was able to overcome the united Sumerians.
78:8.6 And the invaders from the north soon learned
to trust and prize these peace-loving Sumerians as able teachers and
administrators. They were greatly respected and sought after as teachers of
art and industry, as directors of commerce, and as civil rulers by all peoples
to the north and from Egypt in the west to India in the east.
78:8.7 After the breakup of the early Sumerian
confederation the later city-states were ruled by the apostate descendants of
the Sethite priests. Only when these priests made conquests of the neighboring
cities did they call themselves kings. The later city kings failed to form
powerful confederations before the days of Sargon because of deity jealousy.
Each city believed its municipal god to be superior to all other gods, and
therefore they refused to subordinate themselves to a common
78:8.8 The end of this long period of the weak rule
of the city priests was terminated by Sargon, the priest of Kish, who
proclaimed himself king and started out on the conquest of the whole of
Mesopotamia and adjoining lands. And for the time, this ended the city-states,
priest-ruled and priest-ridden, each city having its own municipal god and its
own ceremonial practices.
78:8.9 After the breakup of this Kish confederation
there ensued a long period of constant warfare between these valley cities for
supremacy. And the rulership variously shifted between Sumer, Akkad, Kish,
Erech, Ur, and Susa.
78:8.10 About 2500 B.C. the Sumerians suffered
severe reverses at the hands of the northern Suites and Guites. Lagash, the
Sumerian capital built on flood mounds, fell. Erech held out for thirty years
after the fall of Akkad. By the time of the establishment of the rule of
Hammurabi the Sumerians had become absorbed into the ranks of the northern
Semites, and the Mesopotamian Andites passed from the pages of
78:8.11 From 2500 to 2000 B.C. the nomads were on a
rampage from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The Nerites constituted the final
eruption of the Caspian group of the Mesopotamian descendants of the blended
Andonite and Andite races. What the barbarians failed to do to effect the
ruination of Mesopotamia, subsequent climatic changes succeeded in
78:8.12 And this is the story of the violet race
after the days of Adam and of the fate of their homeland between the Tigris
and Euphrates. Their ancient civilization finally fell due to the emigration
of superior peoples and the immigration of their inferior neighbors. But long
before the barbarian cavalrymen conquered the valley, much of the Garden
culture had spread to Asia, Africa, and Europe, there to produce the ferments
which have resulted in the twentieth-century civilization of
by an Archangel of Nebadon.