Primary Corpus

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Text attributed to divine sources. (Return to Secondary Corpus)


Epoch 1

  • ca. 500,000 years ago
  1. Bancroft Library
  2. Indigenous People's Literature
  3. Selected Bibliography of Native American Literature

Epoch II

  • ca. 37,000 years ago
  1. The Books of Adam and Eve -- translation of the Latin version
  2. Life of Adam and Eve -- translation of the Slavonic version
  3. Life of Adam and Eve -- translation of the Greek version (a.ka. The Apocalypse of Moses)
  4. The Apocalypse of Adam
  5. The Testament of Adam
  6. The Second Treatise of the Great Seth
  7. 1 Enoch (Ethiopic Apocalypse of Enoch)
  8. 1 Enoch Composit (inc. Charles, Lawrence & others)
  9. 2 Enoch (Slavonic Book of the Secrets of Enoch)

Epoch III

  • ca. 4,000 years ago
  • The post-Melchizedek era.
  1. Akhenaten and the Hymn to the Aten
  2. The City of Akhetaten
  3. The Great Hymn to the Aten
  4. Egyptian Book of the Dead
  5. Book of the Dead, The Papyrus of Ani.
  6. Torah
  • The sixth century before Christ.
  1. Rig Veda
  2. Upanishads
  3. Mahabharata
  4. Avesta
  5. The Tipitaka or Pali Canon
  6. Analects of Confucius
  7. Tao Te Ching[1]
  8. The Bhagavad Gita[2]
  9. The Hebrew Prophets[3]

Epoch IV

  • ca. 2,100 years ago
  • The first century after Christ.
  1. The Canonical Gospels[4]
  2. The Book of Revelation[5]
  3. Apocryphal NT Acts
  4. Apocryphal NT Apocalypse
  5. Apocryphal NT Gospels
  6. Pseudonymous Writings
  7. Nag Hammadi Codices
  1. The Koran[6]
  1. Emanuel Swedenborg
  2. Book of Mormon
  3. Punjab Digital Library
  4. Theosophical Writing
  5. The Works of Bahá'u'lláh
  6. OAHSPE

Epoch V

  • ca. 80 years ago
  1. Anthroposophical Writing
  2. Edgar Cayce
  3. James Padgett
  4. God Calling
  5. Urantia Text[7]
  6. Pathwork Lectures
  7. The Knowledge Book
  8. Keys of Enoch
  9. A Course in Miracles[8]
  10. The Correcting Time[9]
  • Post-Adjudication
  1. The Teaching Mission: Dialogues[10]
  2. The Way of Mastery[11]
  3. Wingmakers [12]

  • Editor's Note

'Divine' attribution to 'human' speech is frequently encountered in 'prophetic' utterance though this need not necessarily be considered 'religious'. For an introductory overview, see Prophet and/or Prophecy.