Book of Peace

a book of collected texts of the Arat Colony

Scholars analyzing the Book of Peace {that was the central collection of texts of the people of the lost colony of Arat.} found that it held a strange mix of texts of the Old Testament (Bible ) garbled technical instructions and news report from the time before the Ark left Earth.

It was all put in a sequence of verses and and each verse received a commentary,  The ten commantments for example were now spoken by a Spirit of Peace that outlawed any form of violence  including self defense or war.

Only a few hand copied versions still exist and can be seen in the Union Museum at the Assembly in the Religious Texts  exhibit.

A scanned version can be downloaded from the Religious Text archive as well.  

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