After the era of Alexander
the Great, in the 2nd century BC, the race called
Hsiun-Nu governed the vast territories from
Turkestan to Manchuria with its center in Mongolian
Plateau. They could live well on coarse foods,
the heat and cold. Once herded together, they
invaded furiously the neighboring territories by
driving horses, seeking alcohol and women. Where
they made a gang, the atmosphere smelled bloody and
radiated burning blue phosphorus. They did not have
any aim except to massacre and plunder throughout
Assimilating the mountains, rivers, valleys or air,
their sense of smell equaled a dogs', their ears
could recognize even the sound of bats and their
eyesight was like that of a hawk. They were disolved
in the air, and when one of them shivered, the
shiver spread immediately to each of them. Their
violent and dark group, in which each of them could
read a shiver and understand exactly what was
could act on it at once. They ran 100 miles
overnight, and their horses ran 1,000.
This race, the ancestor of which had originated in
the Mongolian Plateau, consisted of a number of
communities formed under the absolute patriarchal
regime. Having no difficulty in sleeping day or
night on the rocky terrain under
the sky, they fiercely conducted aggression on
others regardless of day or night. Stirring up the
great agonized shrieking of the damned, they
continued mixing blood with Mongoloids deploying in
the east and with Arabians and Aryans in the west.
In the 5th century AC, amongst the Hun as the result
of Hsiung-Nu's deploying to the west by mixing blood
over and over again, the king Attila, descended from
a pure Hsiun-Nu patriarch and a pure Turkish
princess made an appearance on the stage of history.
In the deep jet black night, breaking out of his
mother's womb by his own legs and arms and killing
her, Attila accomplished his own birth in a flood
of fresh blood. His face was ugly and bizarre just
like the Cro-Magnon and furious enough to make the
surrounding cold blooded ferocious soldiers
Exactly at the same time as Attila was born, 100
newborn babies made their first cries amongst the
blood of Hsiun-Nu and Hun scattered in the vast
territory from Europe, Mediterranean, Black Sea,
Iranian Plateau, Central Asia, China to Manchuria.
This was the birth of a huge troop of darkness
consisting of clever and strong minds that were
united by invisible strings under the Big Dipper.
Leading these 101 souls was a synthesized grand
nature like wind, beams from the sun, stars and
moon, trees, woods, forests, earth, air or water.
They had by nature beastly instinctual abilities to
learn from things in nature. Strange, that even
though they had no chance to meet with each other,
they were all aware that each of them was known to
the other 100 souls. Unconsciously, they shared
their accumulated knowledge and experiences in the
process of their growth.
When Attila established a great empire covering the
vast lands from Europe to Asia with its base in
Hungary, the other souls scattered independently
throughout the territory knew of it as a quite
natural occurrence, a matter of course for each one
of them, whosoever it might be.
Before long, when Attila confronted the united
troops of West Rome and Germany in the battlefield
of Kataraunum, the soft wind saying "withdraw moved
through the hearts of the 101 souls. It was neither
a voice from heaven nor
the voice of gods. It was not the consensus of the
101, still less, it was not the voice of any human.
Attila withdrew his troops obeying the calm solemn
wind. He was not defeated, but following the strange
wind, he withdrew his dauntless
troops from the battlefield.
The 101 souls had been well aware that they too were
dying . They understood that death was not to be
feared but simply inevitable. When Attila breathed
his last in the arms of his queen, the other 100
souls living scattered all over the territory also
died in the same way and at the same time as Attila.
In this way, the 101 souls really suddenly
disappeared from this world.
Where did they go all of a sudden?, to heaven, under
the ground ?
700 years later Attila and the 100 souls made an
appearance in this world once again changing their
looks, in the 12th century AC, with the birth of
Temjin in the central part of the great Mongolian
plain. Temjin Chingis-Haan also lived his life with
100 other souls sharing his life and
death, just as Attila had before him.