1 According to tradition, the writer of the Pentateuch passed along some other amazing thoughts to his eldest son, who later became a priest in the Order of Aaron. 2 Even though Exodus 18:3 identified Gershom as the son of Moses, the priest of the staff, there's not too much written about him throughout the Bible's first five books. 3 Almost 2,000 years would eventually pass before Ethiopian monks would release the inspirations of Gershom from the Mek Ele scrolls, which were long hidden at Gondar. 4 And within the following pages restless souls will be sure to find a great deal of rest as they are spiritually empowered and renewed by the type of important knowledge that lays within. For these informative writings are filled up with the kind of blessed hope that the very best dreams could ever be made up of, much less ever dreamed. 5 Hear ye then the kind of thoughts that the prophet of exodus inspired his son with, which caused Gershom to continue on where his father left off. For he then stressed: 6 “Before the beginning was the Light. Nor was there anything dark anywhere that could be seen by anything. For the Light was God. And the blinding rays of His Word, His only Son, was ablaze with such a glorious Fire of Life that nothing under His smile of true abundance ever could have withered away towards death. 7 Neither was there any blackness anywhere within any distant corner of all that was. 8 Nor were there any places of darkness any place where our most lofty Godhead was. 9 Even the nothingness of some distant shadows couldn't exist around their unending presence that filled up every space of all infinity. 10 For the brightness of our Trinity of Faith, Hope, and Love could never be hid from any of the uncreated creation, which was still only a thought within Jehovah's mind. 11 So it came to pass that God then said, “Let Us now speak forth darkness, which shall only come from our absence alone. Then it came to be that our triune Godhead immediately brought forth darkness, which was born from out of the newly created shadow that was suddenly being laid all across every place where They were not. 12 And yet, at the very same time, in the places where They were not, there also were They, byway of Their Spirit of Unity, Who always went before the Living Word of God, and the amazing illumination of His very own overflowing glory.” S LIGHT 13 Once literature like the Mek Ele scroll is unrolled people can easily get a feeling that some of the things about our world's entrance into creation hasn't been fully understood. 14 Nor shall anyone fail to see that this grand picture of earth's glorious beginnings has been hanging very crookedly for decades and decades, going back countless centuries. 15 Only now can our world's people finally be able come forth from out of the dark ages of their own unanswered puzzles that have surrounded the ins and outs of how things began. 16 Therefore everything shall be unveiled, veil by veil, sheet by sheet, one at a time, one after another, so the truths about our planet's true happenings can finally come forth. 17 Then shall the enigma of the ages be solved word by word, sentence by sentence. and one line upon another. As such, the answers to many riddles shall all race to the crowning moment when people can finally accept the common sense revelations of earth's origins. 18 'Twas therefore the supernatural time for the natural order of things to come forth in a very orderly way, which was sure to be organized and real methodical in it's unveiling. 19 And so it was fated much later on, that the hour of some great enlightenment would eventually come to pass, when Moses would be instructed to record the Word of God for all to see and to ponder. But when Genesis 1:3 said that God created light, the two sons of Moses knew that he was only talking about the sun of earth's solar system.