This type of question has been previously asked…No. The compact disk is not based upon ancient writings (except for the 6 historical civilizations actually mentioned on the cd-rom).
The civilizations presented are from around the Mediterranean region from between 2000 BCE and 476 CE, being Etruria, Carthage, Roman Empire, Greece, Phoenicia and Egypt.
(The Egyptian section only presents seven video shows, and not pages of pictures.)
The Etrurian section shows things Eturian…
The Roman section shows things Roman…
The Greece section shows things Greek…
The Phoenician section shows things Phoenician…
The Carthage section shows things Carthagian…
…and NOT anything to do with Palestine, Jerusalem, the Bible, the Old Testament, nor the New Testament.
…YET Ezekiel, Daniel, and John do describe the contents of the cd-rom.
It is a direct quote from the Bible, with a second citation confirming the ‘book written within’ part.
1.) Revelation 5:1 "I saw in the right hand side...a book written within and on the backside, sealed with 7 seals..."
2.) Ezekiel 2:9-10 "...an hand was sent unto me...a roll of a book was therein....and it was written within..."
I do not understand your confusion.
It is clearly stated on the website that
Clearly the animal icons, the ‘seals’ on the Main Menu Map Page of the cd-rom, are the doorways to the information within. There are seven of them.
Thus the cd-rom literally and physically has seven seals.
Yes, the cd was based on History
No, History was not made based on the cd
You seem to not know the difference between a flat cd rom and a rolled book such as one written on a rolled up parchment
You also seem to have a problem understanding what they meant by seals. It was a physical seal made perhaps of wax and imprinted before it cooled and hardened, Not a series of animal images on a cd rom.
Here is an image to illustrate a rolled parchment that has been sealed
Instead of your theory being based in reality and supported by logic, common sense, critical thinking and evidence, it is instead based in fantasy and supported by pareodollia, coincidence and perhaps even a l;ack of understanding on your part where certain things are concerned.
Remember: Making the facts fit the theory does not support the theory in any way.