From Symmetry of Soul

First Epochal Revelation

From [66:7], the Dalamatian 7 commandments ("moral law" also known as "The Father's Way"), as promulgated by Hap and his college of revealed religion:

  1. You shall not fear nor serve any God but the Father of all.
  2. You shall not disobey the Father’s Son, the world’s ruler, nor show disrespect to his superhuman associates.
  3. You shall not speak a lie when called before the judges of the people.
  4. You shall not kill men, women, or children.
  5. You shall not steal your neighbor’s goods or cattle.
  6. You shall not touch your friend’s wife.
  7. You shall not show disrespect to your parents or to the elders of the tribe.

Second Epochal Revelation

The Edenic 7 commandments were "little different from the seven commandments of Dalamatia. But the Adamites taught many additional reasons for these commands..." [74:7.20]

Third Epochal Revelation

[93:4] The Machiventa Melchizedek 7 commandments were patterned along the lines of the ancient Dalamatian supreme law and very much resembled the seven commands taught in the first and second Edens. These commands of the Salem religion were:

  1. You shall not serve any God but the Most High Creator of heaven and earth.
  2. You shall not doubt that faith is the only requirement for eternal salvation.
  3. You shall not bear false witness.
  4. You shall not kill.
  5. You shall not steal.
  6. You shall not commit adultery.
  7. You shall not show disrespect for your parents and elders.

Israelities, after Exodus, before Sinai

As stated in [142:3.11-20], condensed from Exodus 34, having drifted a bit from the 3rd ER:

  1. You shall worship no other god, for the Lord is a jealous God.
  2. You shall not make molten gods.
  3. You shall not neglect to keep the feast of unleavened bread.
  4. Of all the males of men or cattle, the first-born are mine, says the Lord.
  5. Six days you may work, but on the seventh day you shall rest.
  6. You shall not fail to observe the feast of the first fruits and the feast of the ingathering at the end of the year.
  7. You shall not offer the blood of any sacrifice with leavened bread.
  8. The sacrifice of the feast of the Passover shall not be left until morning.
  9. The first of the first fruits of the ground you shall bring to the house of the Lord your God.
  10. You shall not seethe a kid in its mother’s milk.


The 10 commandments as stated in [131:2.12]:

  1. You shall love me with all your heart.
  2. You shall have no gods before me.
  3. You shall not take my name in vain.
  4. Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.
  5. Honor your father and mother.
  6. You shall not kill.
  7. You shall not commit adultery.
  8. You shall not steal.
  9. You shall not bear false witness.
  10. You shall not covet.


From [94:8], The moral commandments of Gautama’s preachment were:

  1. You shall not kill.
  2. You shall not steal.
  3. You shall not be unchaste.
  4. You shall not lie.
  5. You shall not drink intoxicating liquors.

Plus additional optional commandments.


In [163:2.4] Jesus calls out these as "all the commandments":

  1. Do not commit adultery
  2. Do not kill
  3. Do not steal
  4. Do not bear false witness
  5. Do not defraud
  6. Honor your parents