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The updated Constitutions of Hammurabi and Ur-Nammu

Method 7:  The Bible

The Bible is not Religion

Religions used The Bible but the first five books of the Bible are a third update of Hammurabi and Ur-Nammu’s Code and Constitution. Where Hammurabi’s Code was strongly based in eye-for-an-eye justice (Retribution), Ur-Nammu’s Code relied more on monetary penalties and was decidedly more forgiving

Generally, when social conditions are poor, leadership should want to make corrections more decidedly; and, when things are balanced, prosperous, and little needs changing, a lenient laissez-faire approach keeps good lives and productive forward progress as well

You can think of this constant need for policy adjustment as a pendulum that must respond to performance monitoring’s reported high or low need for correction. As long as policies are strategically correcting the cause (the dystopic conditions/the disease) of problems, as well as the tactical symptoms (tactical vs. strategic), then a trend of advance can be achieved reliably and measurably

CSQ Research’s “The Book – the Scientific Update of the Bible” uses the Global Leadership Book of Knowledge (GL-BOK), WAOH, and also MEMS, to confirm that Ta Biblia’s hundreds of scholars observed the lessons of successful societies over 3,000 years in a perfectly scientific manner

The Bible was created to explain how to build good lives and strong communities, and it was scientific because it is based on observation in civic rise and fall. Owing to its 5-billion printings and 1700-year broadcast, 800 Constitutions are based on the Bible since 1791 (Wikipedia)

A trinity of teaching tools in storytelling taught us the essential building blocks of any civilization:

1. The Father, 2. the Son, and 3. the Holy Spirit:

  1. Good:  System Empathy in our behaviour, actions, and in our laws – our Lord
  2. Respect:  The Golden Rule – Jesus literally means “the Saviour” of others
  3. Creation:  Building – through shepparding leadership; towards human advance

“Export more than you import and Be good to one another” – Edward Tilley

Code of Hammurabi line-by-line


Religious literalists – may be offended by an academic discussion of messaging in sacred texts. Rest assured that assumptions here are all predicated on the Bible’s twenty explanations that God – “is Good”, God is light, great, greater, like diamonds, … which is a behaviour more than a diety

It’s important to remember that religions are more important when they can be the only messengers of a diety, and The Bible never says that God is a diety

It was the Muslim Judge Avaroes that explained famously – “Very few men can accept and understand academic discussion, and for the rest, there is the literal telling of (lessons and laws in) scripture”

Socrates – was murdered (made to eat hemlock at the age of 80) by the democratic parliament of Athens, because he encouraged his young students to pursue academic discussion of Greece’s Gods, instead of just reciting the literal stories. If this doesn’t prove the dangers of inciting academic discussion in the wrong group, I don’t know what does

“Individuals are smart; groups are dumb and the larger the group is, the dumber it gets” ... Edward Tilley

God is Good

No civilization is viable without good behaviour from everyone every day. Without a God and afterlife’s reminder, one might consider that being good is in our hands to decide, at our discretion, and if this is the case could we not also decide to take a day off once in a while – to covet, steal, and murder? “I was good all week – after all”

Leaving decisions in the hands of an individual isn’t enough, unfortunately – especially in communities where children are not taught about consequence – like ours today. Consider also the practical need for coping with human suffering in a high infant-mortality society; a child’s death becomes “God’s will” and not the fault of desperately bereaved parents

Scientific Thought for the Day: Are atheists really strong thinkers? They don’t believe in God, but they do believe in Good. Hmmm

I believe in God because my faith-based belief in God aligns with an evidence-based validation that Good builds successful lives and societies; I’m a research scientist who understands that teaching the building block of Good is essential to successful societies.

GL-BOK teaches God and Good interchangeably for this reason. If you are a person who believes science is truth, then you should realize as Voltaire did, that we should all believe in God in this way – just as econometric science also clearly proves that “Mankind is our Business” (seen here a TE Proof) …

Social Contract is the Good in any society

Social Contract measures the Good in any society

Social Contract Loss $ per Day

The Golden Rule

Social Contract

Social Contract – Causal

The e=mc2 epiphany of Transition Economics is surely the Social Contract TEP. Ensuring the basic needs of neighbors permits productivity, prosperity, and good lives. The Golden Rule is an obvious and proven model for prosperous nations – and for World Peace, as proven by this chart

Ta Biblia translated the Hebrew name Joshua to Greek’s Jesus in 325 ACE/AD. The name Joshua means “Saviour (of others)”. So, in Ta Biblia – the father reminds us of essential Good  – in all aspects of your own life, and then the father (good) works through the son, to save others and all mankind too; to bring good to others.

The Father, Son and Holy Spirit is unquestionably brilliant literal imagery that also teaches essential good and, of course, the Golden Rule

Seven Deadly Sins

  1. Lust
  2. Gluttony
  3. Greed
  4. Sloth
  5. Wrath
  6. Envy
  7. Pride


  1. Debt Forgiveness and Economic Resets in “50th-year Jubilees” is an excellent description of FDR’s, Hammurabi’s, and other resets & rebalancing of 60-year Mature Capitalisms. Mature Capitalisms are recorded thirty times in history. See Leviticus 25:26
  2. The importance of abundance for everyone
  3. Tax – those with more should pay and contribute more
  4. Debt and Money Lending – Credit
  5. Respect for Living Wages – there are 67 Bible quotes
  6. Capital Growth and Investment – 10 cows become 20, etc.
  7. Ownership – Home, Land, Business (Titles, Deeds, Incorporation, etc.) and the return to original owners
  8. Savings – 10% Tithes to Church/Community and 10% to Savings

The Ten Commandments – The Importance of Law (Lord)

Similar to the Golden Rule, the Ten Commandments are also found in the scriptures of every bible and religion. Laws in ancient Summaria (2,000 BCE) numbered in the hundreds and 282 are on the Code of Hammurabi. In the Torah (ta Biblia’s Old Testament) the most important ethical laws were correlated to easily memorized lists that mimic the number of fingers on two hands. The Vedas’ hundreds of religious and civil laws were taught in memorizable rhymes similarly.

  1. I am the Lord thy God/Good, thou shalt not have any strange gods before Me – Good is #1
  2. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain – Avoid ideologies that deny Good
  3. Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day – Regular communal gatherings are essential
  4. Honor thy father and mother – Respect
  5. Thou shalt not kill
  6. Thou shalt not commit adultery
  7. Thou shalt not steal
  8. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor
  9. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife
  10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s goods


The Nuremberg Diaries (1946) called Evil in a society, the systemic absence of empathy

  1. Head of Household – importance is explained 100-times
  2. Respect of Wife – 100-verses
  3. Respect of Husband – 100-verses
  4. Respect of Neighbors – 35-verses
  5. Respect of Elderly – 100-verses
  6. Respect of Foreigners / “Aliens”
  7. Experience, Learning, Wisdom
  8. Truth in Education – 100-verses


  1. Genesis (Creation) – replace the word “day” with “one-billion” or “one-hundred-million years”, and Creation is Evolution
  2. Revelation (Destruction) – It would be hard to devise a better description of a Nuclear bombardment and winter, given the language available to scholars at the time of writing
  3. Washing in Running Water – death rates for pregnant mothers was 30% in an 18th-century hospital before washing with running water between patients, lowered that death rate to 2% – long before microscopic germ sciences were understood
  4. the Importance of Blood to the Flesh
  5. the Earth is a Circle – and – it hangs on nothing
  6. The Paths of the Seas – explained Ocean currents
  7. Laws of Quarantine – for Leppers was explained
  8. Shipbuilding proportions are those used in enormous cruise ships today

Thoughts, Words, Actions

From all corners of philosophy, a meaningful life is not achieved through belief in a deity or in good words alone. One’s worthwhile actions must contribute to the building of a sustainable society and Good Life – as Aristotle put it.

Actions – there are 100-verses that explain worthwhile, purposeful Actions in the bible

Chapter by Chapter

Ta Biblia, and other bibles, are textbooks that explain how to build successful societies. This method section examines the composition of Bibles to understand how Governments since the time of Summerian and Egyptian civilizations structured their laws The GL-BOK explains numerous examples of why chapters were selected by Constantine’s Scholars in 325 CE/AD at the Nicaean Council, what they contained, and why each was important.

The Old Testament – the Hebrew Bible is the Tenakh

Tenakh is Te = Torah, Na = the Nevi’im, and finally Kh = Kethuvim

The first 5 books are the Pentatouche or The Torah (Lessons and Laws)

  • Genesis – In the Beginning… a scientific explanation of how mankind came to be
  • Exodus, Deuteronomy, Leviticus – A near-copy point-for-point and an update of the King Hammurabi’s 282 Laws with summaries similar to Vedas teaching chants – one lesson per finger
  • The Royal Family History of the Jewish people
  • The Great stories of lessons learned like Job, or Goliath, or Samson, or Jesus

The New Testament

  1.  In 3,000 years of observing nations rise and fall, a Trinity of behaviours builds an advancing civilization reliably: Good, Respect, and Creation:
    • God The Father – Good and systemic empathy in actions and laws (Lord)
    • The Son – Jesus in Greek is Joshua in Hebrew, which means the Saviour (of others) – the Golden Rule
    • The Holy Spirit – Creation – the building and shepparding of human advance
    • Zoroastrians summarize this as:  Good Thoughts, Good Words, and Good Deeds  
      The New Testament’s update permitted personal growth because Thoughts were not Words, Words were not Actions, and Deeds/Actions always built and shepparded Human Advance
  2. Four Gospels teach The Golden Rule
  3. Revelation – explains that collapse is the consequence of not creating a Scientific Society
  4. Revelation also explains that we can never “tattoo” align ourselves with the name of an economic power – Babylon, Rome, the Medieval Church, WEF’s Right vs Left, Neoliberalism, Wealth Theory, etc. Oligarchies are “the Beast”. Remember how the medieval Church created a 1,000 year dystopia during the Dark and Middle Ages in Europe, for example
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