"Thus the great epoch in the development of Creation had come: on one side, in the Gross Material World, stood the most highly evolved animal, destined to provide the gross material body as a vessel for the coming human being; on the other side, in the Ethereal World, stood the developed human soul, waiting to unite with the gross material vessel, and thereby give everything of gross matter a further impetus for spiritualization. Now, when an act of procreation took place between the noblest pair of these highly developed animals, at the moment of incarnation not an animal soul was incarnated as hitherto, but instead, the waiting human soul bearing within it the immortal spirit spark."
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When the first human spirits incarnated, the Earth had already existed for billions of years.... At that time it followed its orbit in constant happiness, awaiting the moment its destiny as a planet for human beings was to be fulfilled... That time was approaching. The birth of mankind was about to take place.... With the birth of the human being a new age began on Earth. The spiritual age! Creation had reached the grand epoch of development. Human souls incarnated in the gross material bodies of the most highly developed animals! What then was the appearance of these animals, called "primeval men," who had developed to the utmost and were capable of thinking? The following description comes from the ancient peoples of the sun who lived in South America long before Christ, and who had reached a very high degree of spirituality. It said: "A long, very long time ago, when there still was a second moon in the sky, animals that looked like human beings lived on Earth! Like man, they had no hair and they walked upright. Their skin was tanned, as was the skin of the Sons of the Sun. They resembled human beings, but they were not human. This everyone could see clearly. How did everyone notice this? Their heart did not bear the blue light, but the red one; for this reason they never looked up to the sky. Their eyes were always fixed on the ground or they turned sideways to the bushes. These animals, that were akin to human beings, ate the meat of small deer and large lizards, but they also ate the berries of the bitter shrub and drank the milk of the big nut trees...."
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For a long time we have unsuccessfully tried to match Biblical or other religious accounts of our world creation with uncontested research results of the scientific community. The Birth of Mankind conveys knowledge about the instances necessary to have brought planet Earth into existence¿upon a preset plan designed according to God¿s Will. It also describes how marvelous was life in the cradles of the first human beings, spread in different parts of the globe