"The current scientific climate in the world is highly dogmatic and is essentially manipulated by a priest class and corporations that are more interested in the bottom line than, the accuracy of their science."
This statement is true in some areas of science, but certainly does not encompass the vast majority of scientists. Sweeping generalisations are not usefull or helpfull, they create division. If I said that all religious people were against Science and education, this would also be a sweeping generalisation, true for some, but patently not true for others.
As a scientist and mathematician, I personally have used ancient works, but not ones of a religious nature. Religion is not logical or rational. I would be interested in which ancient religious works you imagine scientists could use. Perhaps in archeology or history (although these texts are often seen a historically unreliable).