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The genealogy of man is recorded in several passages of the Gospel, most notably in the Book of Dierich, from the time of the first man to Eoi the Prophet, which is the genealogy most commonly featured in Armentinian circles, and which is reprinted here in family tree form.


Note: Names in bold print represent gods, with yellow lines representing heavenly creation. Black lines represent marriage and childbirth, and all names in black are of human beings. Where black and red names are connected by a red line, the black represents a living person, and the red their reincarnated self, created solely for the purpose of reproduction. Those circled by a golden shape are Pers.

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