کلید گمشده


               

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Book Description

Publication Date: October 31, 2012

Dr Soufiani, founder and director of a civil engineering firm in London, is a London University PhD qualified and practising civil and environment engineer. He was researcher at University of London, research assistant at University of East London, and lecturer at Iran University of Science & Technology. Soufiani’s passion about Persian literature has steered him to over ten years of extensive research with a great Persian philosopher, Manuchehr Jamali. Jamali has managed to open up many incredible doors to him in comprehending Persian literature to its true meaning of values, love, unity, and dignity. Soufiani’s understanding of Eastern and Western cultures has given him a great leverage in his exploration of Persian literature in comparison with Western civilization and the lack of democracy in the Middle East. With this book, he highlights Persian literature as an invaluable asset and the lost key in opening the lock of the declining morality in our modern world and the absence of democracy in the Middle East. The world must sincerely assist in exploration of this nation’s literature for the sake of morality. The Middle East must explore and use her own invaluable potential rich literature to rise and fl y from her own ashes to establish the ethical society that will give them the tools for building and establishing the foundation of a democratic system. Many Persian poems have been translated throughout this book to highlight the core values of beautiful Persian romantic and humanistic culture.
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ما نباید در مورد معرفت ساده اندیش باشیم (اینجورچیزها را در ایران به ما نمیگویند) این موضوع را در کتابم به اسم کلید گم شده آوردم (THE LOST KEY)  معرفت انسانی از آسمان تلوپی پائین نیامد. معرفت انسانی که انسان را انسان کرد، یک تجربه بالای 10 هزارساله زندگی بشریت در این گیتیست که قبل از این ادیان به خود شکل گرفت یعنی حتی قبل از موسی و یا عیسی مسیح. انسانیت ما از دوران قبل از این مذاهب است. از این دوران است که ما انسانیم وگرنه ما حتی امروز انسان هم نبودیم. تمام آن معرفت و انسانیت که این ادیان میگویند مخترعش ادیان نیستند. بلکه مخترعش بشریت است که این ادیان از آن دوران دزدیدند و به نفع خود کردند و بعضی از قوانین را ۱۸۰ درجه چرخاندند که بتوانند قدرت را قبضه کنند. ادیان در واقع معرفت را از دست بشریت دزدیدند و معرفت را تا حد نابودی کشاندند
دکتر ماریا گیمبوتس که باستانشناس معروف و سرشناس امریکائی اروپائی با هزاران آشیای باستانی خدایان زن که از دل خاک در آودند  بیش ۱۰ جلد کتاب در این مورد نوشت. سه کتاب معروف او در این زمینه عبارتند از
۱- زبان زنخدایان
۲- تمدن زنخدایان
۳- زنخدا و خدایان اروپای باستان
ماریا گیمبوتس میگوید که بشریت میتواند از این دوران زنخدائی درس بزرگی برای بهبود جهان بگیرد. او میگوید که در دوران حکومت زنخدائی در اروپا که بیش از ۸ هزار سال زندگی  egalitarian societies بود یعنی جوامع مساوات طلب که در صدر کار زن بود، نه مرد. البته حکومت زنخدائی اروپا ۱۰۰۰ سال قبل از مسیحت با تصرف اروپا بوسیله  Indo-Europeans از میان رفت ولی همین حکومت زنخدائی (که زن مرکز آن بود) به شکلی در ایران ادامه پیدا کرد و با آمدن حکومت ساسانی به تدریج از میان رفت و جای خود را در کتاب ادبیات و اشعار ما جا داد به نامهای الهه ناز، پری، پریا و پرنیان و صنم و گلچهره … مطالب در این زمینه خیلی زیاد است.

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      The Persian view of God in early, true Persian culture

      The early Persians believed that the divine was an essence that is in all beings. Therefore, their view was quite different to the entity we refer to as ‘God’ today. The Persian view of god, or the divine, taken from Persian literature, is spirit, values, essence, and morality, but not a ruler or a teacher. Let’s look at this vision and this view and see the philosophy that can be derived. The divine was viewed as values and principles that give dignity to humanity rather than a physical and muscular being who inspires fear. The divine was the wisdom and the protector of the souls of all humanity. The purpose of the divine spiritual power was to unify people to make this world beautiful, to make it reflective of Venus or Aphrodite; in fact, beauty is divinity. Furthermore, the pursuit of knowledge was religion in the Persian civilization.
      Understanding and interpreting such historical thoughts and ideas of humanity may look like an impossible endeavour, but anyone who wants change must find a way to forge a path into impossibilities. Walking into such impossibilities can open the doors for change and can create an atmosphere in which old ideas can flourish and new ideas can grow.

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    What makes this book contemporary?


    All ideologies and religions of the world claim to be peaceful; in fact, those who don’t must be mindless and crazy. Claiming to be peaceful is the easy part, but achieving peace by putting it into practise is another. Peace requires a real and strong foundation in ideology. Only then will it pass the test. It is becoming more and more evident that our prehistoric ancestors managed to find the best method for understanding human nature and for putting peace into practise for over thousands of years. There is plenty of evidence in our lively Persian literature that shows this human culture, which I will discuss throughout this book.
    Marija Gimbutas’s findings about the goddess culture in Europe reveal that people did not believe in a single, universal great goddess; rather, they worshipped a range of female deities. It is important to note that the mother goddess wasn’t a super god who asked her followers for obedience or compliance. The principles and the philosophy of the goddess cultures were to respect every woman as a goddess. This is not a strange issue; even today this is more or less is practised to some extent in very culturally based nations whose practice it is to bow to women. Any respect for women that we see in Western civilization must be rooted in such a culture; more research would be required to reveal the extent of this phenomenon.
    I don’t suggest that we need to go back to a goddess culture; I simply suggest that we need to be able to think. For thousands of years, this culture of the goddess has purposely been hidden from us by those who would take over our world—the masters of the religions of light: Zoroastrian, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The ideology, thinking, and principles of these religions of light didn’t just drop out of the sky. Their roots are in the goddess culture, but they have been manipulated in order to gain control over people. Zoroastrian and Abrahamic religions broke the chain of continuity of the thoughts of humanity, which was in the process of progressing and reshaping. This broken chain took humanity into a state of confusion and disarray that continues even today. From this moment, humanity was segregated from the deity, and the deity became an external force instead of internal power. People were taught to believe that, to reach to this separated deity, they had to fight; therefore, bloodshed and war followed, a state of affairs that we seem to have become accustomed to.

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