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Chaldean Chronicles: Volume I
For thousands of years, Chaldea was a peaceful and quiet place with no need for law. Then, the strangers came; these strangers looked much like the Chaldeans except for the fact that their eyes were missing the sparkle the eyes of Chaldeans had. At first these strangers seemed friendly, they called themselves by two names "Christians" and "Missionaries," when they used these words the Chaldeans just pretended to listen while they were actually trying to think of a way to make these missionaries and their talks of "Heaven, "Jehovah," "Emmanuel" and the "Messiah" leave. To the Chaldeans, all of these words were nonsense. Then, came the "Churches" with their long, boring, "Sermons." The Chaldeans hated these lectures where the lead missionary, who called himself a "pastor" would lecture at them for hours on end.
For a while, the Chaldeans did their best to tolerate
these weekly lectures, until the missionaries started talking about
"Christmas," the missionaries said that at this time, the Chaldeans would for the sake of their lives, have
to give their souls to "Jesus." For the Chaldeans, this was the final straw, they could
take no more, so on Christmas day, the Chaldeans confronted the
missionaries, and gave them an ultimatum: Leave or Be Removed. The
missionaries chose to stay, and talked some of the Chaldean people into joining their side of the battle.
Once this was done, the Chaldean people decided that they needed to set up a Governmental System. For this purpose, they chose the 12 oldest people left, who would begin serving as the elders, and they were decided to be the ones that would make all legal decisions in Chaldea. Their word would also be final on any matter they decide upon.
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