essence of law (second edition)
MOST AMAZING BOOK OF LAW. PERHAPS AS OLD AS THE BIBLE
joseph feyou de happy in 1968, prefect of mbamboutos, cameroon-africa
WHO WERE THE CUSTODIANS OF THIS GREAT BOOK ?
They survived a great exodus.
A long time ago was in ancient Africa a kingdom where people were liberated from slavery by royal order. A new kingdom was created just for them. Here they established perhaps the first form of democracy in ancient history. People were paid for their service. And a new social structure established.
The leader of this ancient kingdom was known by his people as "The Father" (In classical African art he is represented as "former ancestor"). This ancient kingdom was also known as the land of faith because they believed in one God.
Descendants are called: the faithful, children of the father or people from the land of faith. During exodus they were separated and other names exist that are linked to the same ancestral heritage.
Essence of Law was transmitted from one generation to another for over 3000 years according to Bamileke research work done by PhD's scientists back in the seventies. One of them wrote an introduction for this book.
Other scholars have established links between these descendants and other monotheists found all over the world. In particular Jewish and Christians of the Catholic roots.
Early French and Bamileke scholars traced Bamileke origin to ancient Egypt (Nilotic).
The original leader known as The Father survived in African oral history. In particular with Bamileke where he is called to this day: "Boh" aka The Father”.
Translator Alexis Maxime Feyou de Happy (only authorized translator of Essence Of Law) is also author of thirty books. Notably The Chronology and the first thesis on universal dynamics known as chasosymbiony (originally Chasyncrism-1998 works). A versatile author he write in French and English. Both fiction and non fiction. He also happened to be the son of Joseph Feyou de Happy, author of Essence Of Law.