The Wanton Loverboy Lemminkäinen learned everything in Himalayas and Mahabharata. He returned to his home island Saaremaa in Estonia. During the midsummer festival, when all night was white and light, Garuda Vaakalintu lead him to meet a most beautiful maiden, Marion. They got married and they had divine tantric sex for weeks. Lingonberries grew so red and full of life in that summer. In next March on Maya’s name day, Marion gave birth to a boy, Lembit, whose name means the loved one.

Good*) created two small countries, one having 200,000 lakes and another having mountains higher than any. In ancient times, Nepalis in the Mahabharata and Himalayan zone have created wise religions and philosophies like Hinduism, Tantra, and Buddhism.

Finns or actually Suomis, have a miraculous history of engineering, from ancient times to just yesterday. Suomis are Kalevala people (Kalevas) having the huge heritage of wisdom even from the Stone Age. You find it in poems and folklore, second to none in Europe. Kalevas have the capability to build a “Sampo”, the mystical welfare machine. Repeating many times in history, the greedy old wife of North comes and cheats Kalevas for robbing the Sampo in her sole possession.

The old Hindu the Kali-Yuga Era, the era of Evil, is at hands. In Kaleva, the Evil is trying not only to steal the Sampo, but also to destroy the capability of Kalevas for further re-cloning it. Evil is already about success in Finland. But Estonia, the little brother of Kalevas, is growing to their manhood, and they will be the protectors of reproducing the Sampo.

For ensuring the survival in this turmoil era, Good decided to send a hero of Kaleva, Loverboy Wanton Lemminkäinen, to Mahabharata to learn old  religion and philosophy from Lord Krishna and Lord Buddha. During his long exploration, Lemminkäinen meets also many other religious gurus so that his return to Kaleva in the beginning of the Kali-Yuga era indeed carries all seeds needed for re-building the thinking of Kalevas and all people.

Lemminkäinen’s beautiful wife Marion gave birth to a boy, Lembit, whose name means the loved one. Lembit got the quest to combine all ancient religions and philosophies to one rational and emotionally acceptable guide for all mankind.

The structure of this new guide for people in the Era of Evil is constructed from combining major religions and philosophies. The guide is a collection of “Kalevas”, wise commandments. Kaleva means “with wise head”, derived from the word kale = scull, head.

It follows clearly, the old Hindu tradition, explaining goals of man in four groups: Law of Nature (Dharma), Law of Purpose (Artha), Law of Love (Kama) and Law of Liberation (Moksha).

An important aspect thru the book is to think honestly. It means questioning, in particular strong values and opinions, which may be rationally acceptable, but so often badly irrational and damaging to people. The book is speaking to the people of today and tomorrow.