During the editing process, on occasion I would remove text turning out to be a diversion from the topic at hand and this way disrupting the flow of the main argument. This was the case with the story about the St. Sophia Church in Istanbul, Turkey. What follows is the original and now removed from the manuscript text to which I added context representing some of he points made in the book.
The word philosophy comes from the Greek philo sophia, meaning love of wisdom. A rather strange fact considering that same as in the case of Orthodox Judaism, based on the story of Adam and Eve in the Bible knowledge is associated in the Christian religion with the otherwise made-up notion of capital sin, one of the most impressive Christian churches ever was named Saint Sophia. Also known as the Great Church, or the Church of the Divine Wisdom, it was built in Constantinople, Byzantium, today's Istanbul, Turkey, between 532 and 537 CE. Numerous fires and earthquakes have repeatedly destroyed it along the time. It was rebuilt, destroyed again, rebuilt again, and eventually it changed owners. Today, the church is known as Hagia Sophia.
To be able to implement that act of deception they would indoctrinate Earth-humans from an early age with the false notion that knowledge was forbidden fruit and truth-seeking was the capital sin that caused the fall of man from this mean and mad god’s grace, a god they were supposed to love no matter what. That threw civilization Earth into the Dark Age, something reflected in the constant state of crisis experienced by Earth people for thousands of years. This prolonged time of spiritual darkness is something they are only now truly beginning to emerge from.