Arcadia was a symbol in Greek and Roman mythology for an earthly paradise, where one found Pan, the god of woods, fields, and flocks. Arcadia was described a terrestrial paradise in which there was no danger, and everyone lived a life of peace and harmony with nature. Arcadia hides many meanings. Historically, it can refer to an age of high culture and peace, such as the ancient Saturnian Round, the first round of the current Mahamanvantara, or also the Lemurian or pre-Lemurian races. [Read Revolution of Beelzebub by Samael Aun Weor].