he Dawn of Time the Gods created both the Human world and the other Planes of Existence (Heavenly and Hellish). Before the Creation of Man the Gods created the Spirits and empowered them with gifts of nature (Immortality, magic, wisdom, power, etc.) along with them ability to move through the plains of existence as according to their kind. When the Gods made man they decreed that the Spirits would be subordinate to man and serve him if they possess the knowledge and force of will. Many spirits agreed to this subordination, and many did not, those that objected most vehemently and swore harm on humanity came to be known as Demons, those that embraced there new roles and swore to protect and aid humanity came to be known as Angels.

Time Line

Old World

  • 2550 BC: Lord Vishnu Avatar Lord Krishna born in india
  • 753 BC: Founding of Rome
  • 745 BC: Tiglath-Pileser III becomes the new king of Assyria. With time he conquers neighboring countries and turns Assyria into an empire
  • 728 BC: Rise of the Median Empire
  • 722 BC: Spring and Autumn Period begins in China; Zhou Dynasty's power is diminishing; the era of the Hundred Schools of Thought
  • 612 BC: Attributed date of the destruction of Nineveh and subsequent fall of Assyria.
  • 600 BC: Sixteen Maha Janapadas ("Great Realms" or "Great Kingdoms") emerge. A number of these Maha Janapadas are semi-democratic republics.
  • 563 BC: Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha), founder of Buddhism is born as a prince of the Shakya tribe, which ruled parts of Magadha, one of the Maha Janapadas
  • 551 BC: Confucius, founder of Confucianism, is born
  • 549 BC: Mahavira, founder of Jainism is born
  • 546 BC: Cyrus the Great overthrows Croesus King of Lydia
  • 539 BC: The Surrender of the Babylonian Empire and liberation of the Jews by Cyrus the Great
  • 529 BC: Death of Cyrus
  • 525 BC: Cambyses II of Persia conquers Egypt
  • c. 512 BC: Darius I (Darius the Great) of Persia, subjugates eastern Thrace, Macedonia submits voluntarily, and annexes Libya, Persian Empire at largest extent
  • 509 BC: Expulsion of the last King of Rome, founding of Roman Republic
  • 508 BC: Democracy instituted at Athens
  • 490 BC: Greek city-states defeat Persian invasion at Battle of Marathon
  • 480 BC: Invasion of Greece by Xerxes; Battles of Thermopylae and Salamis
  • 475 BC: Warring States Period begins in China as the Zhou king became a mere figurehead; China is annexed by regional warlords
  • 469 BC: Birth of Socrates
  • 465 BC: Murder of Xerxes
  • 460 BC: First Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta
  • 447 BC: Building of the Parthenon at Athens started
  • 399 BC: February 15—The Greek philosopher Socrates is sentenced to death by Athenian authorities in Athens, condemned for impiety and the corruption of youth. He refuses to flee into exile and is sentenced to death by drinking hemlock.
  • c. 385 BC: The Greek philosopher Plato, a former disciple of Socrates, founds a philosophical school at the Akademia in Athens—later famously known as the Academy. There, Plato, and the later heads of the school, called scholarchs, taught many of the brilliant minds of the day, including the famous Greek philosopher Aristotle
  • 2550 BC: Lord vishnu avatar Lord Krishna born in india
  • 335 BC: The Greek philosopher Aristotle founds his philosophical school—known then as the Lyceum (named because it was located near the site of the Lyceum gymnasium in Athens)--and begins teaching there
  • 331 BC: Alexander the Great defeats Darius III of Persia in the Battle of Gaugamela
  • 326 BC: Alexander the Great defeats Indian King Porus in the Battle of the Hydaspes River.
  • 321 BC: Chandragupta Maurya overthrows the Nanda Dynasty of Magadha.
  • 310 BC: Death of Alexander the Great in Greece, his son Alexander IV inherits his Empire
  • 301 BC: Zeno of Citium founds the philosophy of Stoicism in Athens (the philosophy derives its namesake from the fact that Zeno and his followers would regularly meet near the Stoa Poikile ("Painted Porch") of the Athenian agora.
  • 297 BC: Rise of Parthia (Ashkâniân), the third native dynasty of ancient Persia is helped by the power vacuum created after the defeat of the Seleucid forces by the Kingdom of Babylon.
  • 257 BC: Thục Dynasty takes over Việt Nam (then Kingdom of Âu Lạc)
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