Dalamatia was the city that was built in the distant past to house the headquarters of the Planetary Prince. It was located in the Persian Gulf region, in the area corresponding to later Mesopotamia.  This world center of culture was named Dalamatia in honor of Daligastia.  It was a very simple but beautiful city, enclosed within a wall 40 feet high.  The country around the city was quite well settled within a radius of 100 miles.  The residential buildings were models of neatness and cleanliness, everything was very simple and altogether primitive, built of brick.  The land provision within the city walls was sufficient to provide for pasturage and gardening for the support of a population of about 20,000.  The law of Dalamatia for almost 300,000 years was the code known as “The Father’s Way” and consisted of the following seven commands: 
The definite order of family life and the living of one family together in one residence of comparatively settled location date from these times of Dalamatia.  Life in Dalamatia was far from being utopian.  Although the races were at war, they lived together in harmony near the seat of the Prince. 
At the outbreak of the rebellion, Dalamatia had a resident population of almost 6000.  It was attacked by hordes of semisavages after the rebellion, who besieged its walls and drove out its inhabitants.  Great confusion reigned in Dalamatia and thereabout for almost fifty years after the instigation of rebellion. 
The Dalamatia library, destroyed soon after the Caligastia disaffection, comprised more than two million separate records and was known as the “house of Fad.  The entire city was submerged, and the inhabitants headed north and east. 
This expanding revelation of Deity went on for more than three hundred thousand years until it was suddenly terminated by the planetary secession and the disruption of the teaching regime.  It was the first epochal revelation. Except for the work of Van, the influence of the Dalamatian revelation was practically lost to the whole world. 
One hundred and sixty-two years after the rebellion a tidal wave swept up over Dalamatia, and the planetary headquarters sank beneath the waters of the sea, and this land did not again emerge until almost every vestige of the noble culture of those splendid ages had been obliterated. Nonetheless there are vestiges under Persian Gulf.