Tao


"The living reality of evolution in this earthworld is called Pilipinas."The hidden history of Pilipinas is the history of the world. After all, she sits on the throne of man's history as the First-Born; deigned to be First-Born long before this divine world evolved to become the earthworld of continents that spawned the earthlands of different geological boundaries that we know today as the global community of nations. In the beginning there was only one vast earthland that dominated the entire planet we call Mother Earth. And it was Lemuria. Lemuria then, the Philippines today, then as now, she sits in the center of the globe (see The Philippine Human Map Unlimited, or TPHMU in website www.perlasngsilangan.com).In the beginning God the Eternal, the Ominipotent-Omnipresent-Omniscient Creator created the First Man and Woman, and it was in Lemuria. And God called the First Man and Woman TAO.TAO is the sound and light manifestation of God's creation of the First Man and Woman. TAO is the Sound and Light manifestation of Soul. TAO carries with it the divine intangibles, the Creator's insignia, call it God's signature: the alphabetical vowels A-O: the Alpha and Omega of creation. TAO is the living seal of God in man. TAO is also TAU. TAO is a word found only in Pilipino, the Philippine national language, which means man. TAO is the only word in the entire vocabulary of man, in all the world's languages that subscribes fully and totally to the meaning of man. TAO is the perfect and exact equivalent of the English word man. Although its progeny is Filipino, TAO is a word of creation that points to the universal etymology of man's origin. It is not only the Filipino that it names but the rest of mankind. As all things First about the Phiilppines (see TPHMU), the First TAO was created by God in Lemuria. And Lemuria is the Philippines today.The word TAO is inscribed on the face of all earthmen. Yes, TAO is written out on the face of every man, unrealized, perhaps, even by Filipinos themselves who should be the first to know about it, but it is there: God's indelible thumb mark on his creation of man, the TAO. The word TAO may be Pilipino but its application is universal. TAO is a Pilipino word that is universal in its definition of man. Let us tell you why. Let us point out the inscription of TAO on the human face. Let us spell it all out letter by letter and complete the word as it is inscribed on every Filipino, Asian, African, Middle Eastern, European, American, South American, or Australian face, on every man's face. TAO may be Filipino in its origin but it is endemic to the entire race of man. T-A-O then. Let us trace it on the human face. T is the first letter of the word formed by the horizontal line on every man's forehead that runs from one temple to the other and joined in mid-line by a line perpendicular to it that runs from the mid-forehead down the middle line of his nose. The next letter is A and it is formed beginning from the apex of the nose from where two lines separate and slope down the two outer sides or borders of the nostrils alongside the cheeks where they are joined by the horizontal line formed by the lower edge of the nose to form a triangle. The last letter is O and it is formed by the mouth. TAO. Three letters conjoined that speak an eternity of words. Of universes and worlds. Of the past, the present, and the future, and beyond. Of the Eternal that has no beginning and no end. TAO is by God, for God, and of God. TAO is God himself in manifestation as man. …

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