Did you know that the Central Asian and Northern Indian Turks (Aryan Krishtaya) begat all modern races, nations, civilizations, gods, and religions? In the religious text "What Strange Mystery Unites the Turkish Nations, India, Catholicism, and Mexico?" learn the world's best-kept secret about people and the power they possess. Author Gene Matlock traces the ancient Turks, progenitors of all humankind, from their first home at the Arctic Circle. Consisting of five races, which the Bible calls Nephilim, they were the "Yadu, Druhyus, Turvasa, Anu, and Puru.." Also called Aryans (Ari) and "Kuru," the Nephilim were the progenitors of all civilizations, religions, and nations. "What Strange Mystery Unites the Turkish Nations, India, Catholicism, and Mexico?" discusses the religion of the Aryans, called "Khristi, Krishtaya," or "Kristihan." Their religion taught that by understanding the mysteries of the Cross and the Holy Trinity, mankind could live forever, both in and out of the flesh. Matlock also examines their ancient religion and its cultural and spiritual affect on India, Mexico, and Catholicism. In "What Strange Mystery Unites the Turkish Nations, India, Catholicism, and Mexico?," Matlock guides us in relearning mankind's most important, simple, and easily verifiable "spiritual solutions." He also reveals how the objective practices of Duality, Cross Science, and the Holy Trinity can spiritually advance humans of all religious beliefs.