If Adam is on di Ahman, what is di Ahman on? Nobody ever asks that question. Why not?
I do remember translating some ancient Adamic texts using the Stone of Gomer.
I can't recall the original Adamic words because they were engraved on stone tablets and those stone tablets were taken away by an angel, who told me that they were needed in heaven to prop up the axle of a broken archangel chariot that needed an overhaul and was parked out in the driveway in front of Michael's heavenly mansion. (The axle had been propped up on a six-pack of paylay ale, but when Moroni, who had come over to do some work on Michael's chariot, got into the chariot to put something in the 8-track player, the added weight was too much and the paylay ale bottles all broke.)
But I still have the English translation of the sacred text in my notebook. It goes like this: "If a pelican and a toucan can each do the can-can, can an Ameri-can in Teotihua-can do the can-can with the pelican and the toucan?"
I'm more concerned about the extreme climate change in 535-536, as noted in the article. My first thought was that the burning of Teotihuacan caused it, but apparently it preceded the burning of the city by at least 100 years.