In this new video documentary, we will explore the ancient origins of Eastern culture, which has ties to gods from celestial spheres. Its roots are in no way related to present-day China, which solely fosters oppressive collectivism and enslavement.
The beginnings of this great civilisation date back some 5,000 years with the reign of Huangdi, known as the Yellow Emperor, who created a culture inspired by the divine, which saw the development of Astronomy, Writing, Engineering and Medicine. The great Queen Mother of the West, together with the Jade Emperor – the Supreme Ruler of Heaven – reigned in a Jade Palace, situated on Kunlun, the Celestial Mountain, or Hsi, Paradise, where the peaches of immortality grew.
The traditions of Asia refer to Kuan Yin, the goddess of mercy and compassion who observes the world's suffering and continues to be a widely venerated deity to this very day. The most important divinity of the Japanese pantheon is the Sun goddess Amaterasu. On a similar note, the Pre-Celtic peoples worshiped the goddess Brigit, also known by the name Dana, the powerful goddess of Wisdom. Furthermore, the goddess Dou Mu, is a divinity revered in the whole of Asia, by Buddhists and Taoists alike. She is known as the Mother of the Seven Stars.
And what can be said of China's first emperor Qin Shi Huang, creator of the Great Wall, who reigned until he was 49, unifying the vast country and bringing about improvements for society at large? And what about the quest for immortality that these cultures always considered an achievable possibility? Many cultures discuss this prospect and, over the course of history, there have been accounts testifying to the existence of immortal beings.