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Adam & Eve Adam Was Not The First Man

The Bible tells of the creation of MEN, IN THE PLURAL, in Genesis 1:26‑28, saying,

“Male and female created He THEM” (1:27),

and God told these people,

“Be fruitful and multiply, and Replenish the earth” (1:28).

“Plenish” is an obsolete English word, meaning “to fill”; and you cannot REPLENISH what was never plenished, or filled, before.

In the next chapter, Genesis 2 we find THE ADAM (in the singular) formed. The Hebrew word, “aw‑dawm” (rendered “Adam” in English) is from a root word meaning, “To show blood in the face” or “of a ruddy complexion”...a word obviously not applicable to the dark races, which we know from scientific evidence to be much older than the White Race.

Bible scholars know the latter part of the passage in Genesis 3:20... “and Adam called his wife’s name “Eve”; because she was the mother of all living” a later interpolation, which was not in the earlier manuscripts (See Moffatt’s Translation). It follows that Eve (which means ‘life‑giver’), being Adamic, could not have mothered the earlier Yellow or Black races; an idea which is only a popular misconception engendered by fallacious Christian Education.

                                  Eve Did Not Eat an Apple!

                                           Edenic Covenant

In Genesis 3:3, God has told Eve she is not to eat

(partake) of the fruit (offspring) of the tree that was in the midst of the Garden. WE KNOW THAT THE TREE IN THE MIDST OF THE GARDEN WAS A RACIAL TREE BECAUSE IT IS DESCRIBED IN Genesis 2:17 as a tree of the knowledge of good and evil. No fruit tree has a knowledge of good or evil, so it could not have been an “apple tree.”

Also, Eve was admonished not to touch* the fruit of the tree on pain of death. Certainly, touching an apple would not have called for such stern punishment. Again in Genesis 3:6 Eve saw that the fruit was pleasant to the eyes (handsome) and capable of making one wise.

“And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.”

As it turned out, partaking of the fruit of the racial tree did make Eve wise, because she knew (immediately after she and Adam had sinned) that she was naked. A fact that she did not seem to notice before the misdeed.  “to lay hands upon, to lie with.”

Fruit: Brown-Driver-Briggs’ Definition: #6529  periy‑fruit

a) fruit, produce (of the ground)


c) fruit (of actions) (figurative)

Desire: Strong’s Concordance: #8378  ta’avah (tah‑av‑aw’); from 183 (abbreviated); a longing; by implication, a delight (subjectively, satisfaction, objectively, a charm): KJV‑‑ dainty, DESIRE, X exceedingly, X greedily, LUST (ing), pleasant. See also 6914

Desire: Brown-Driver-Briggs’ Definition: #8378  ta’avah‑DESIRE

a) A DESIRE, a wish, longings of one’s heart; LUST, an appetite, COVETOUSNESS (in a bad sense)


Desire: Strong’s Concordance: #183  ‘avah (aw‑vaw’); a primitive root; to wish for: KJV‑‑ COVET, (greatly) DESIRE, be desirous, LONG, LUST (AFTER).

Desire: Brown-Driver-Briggs’ Definition: #183 ‘avah‑TO DESIRE, to incline, TO COVET, to wait longingly, to wish, to sigh, TO WANT, to be greedy, to prefer

a) (in the Piel) TO DESIRE, TO CRAVE (food and drink)


She Took: Brown-Drivers-Briggs’ Definition: #

3947  laqach‑TO TAKE, TO GET, to fetch, TO LAY HOLD OF, TO SEIZE, to receive, to acquire, buy, to bring, TO MARRY, TO TAKE A WIFE, TO SNATCH, to take away

Of The Fruit Thereof: Brown-Drivers-Briggs’ Definition: #6529  periy‑fruit

a) fruit, produce (of the ground)


c) fruit (of actions) (figurative)

And Did Eat: #Strong’s Concordance: #398  ‘akal (aw‑kal’); a primitive root; to eat (literally or figuratively): KJV‑‑ X at all, burn up, consume, devour (‑er, up), dine, eat (‑er, up), feed (with), food, X freely, X in...wise (‑deed, plenty), (LAY) meat, X quite. (“Such is the way of an adulterous woman; she eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and saith, I have done no wickedness.” (Proverbs 30:20)

And Gave: Brown-Driver-Briggs’ Definition: #5414  nathan‑to give, to put, to set

1) TO GIVE, TO BESTOW, TO GRANT, TO PERMIT, to ascribe, to employ, to devote, to consecrate, to dedicate, to pay wages, to sell, to exchange, to lend, to commit, to entrust, to give over, to deliver up, to yield produce, to occasion, to produce, to requite to, to report, to mention, to utter, to stretch out, to extend

And She Did Eat: #398 ‘akal (aw‑kal’);

a primitive root; to eat (literally or figuratively): KJV‑‑ X at all, burn up, consume, devour (‑er, up), dine, eat (‑er, up), feed (with), food, X freely, X in...wise (‑deed, plenty), (LAY) meat, X quite.

When God asked Eve what she had done (Genesis 3:13) she said the serpent beguiled her. In the first place, the Hebrew word “Nachash,” translated “serpent,” actually means “spellbinding enchanter or magician.”

Now we know how the serpent could talk to Eve. It was not a snake or any reptile with which we are familiar, but Satan, in one of his many appearances.

“And the LORD God said unto the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat.” (Genesis 3:13)

Beguiled: Strong’s Concordance: #5377  nasha’ (naw‑shaw’); a primitive root; TO LEAD ASTRAY, i.e. (mentally) to delude, or (morally) TO SEDUCE:  KJV‑‑ beguile, deceive, X greatly, X utterly.

Understanding the foregoing makes it easy to understand that the sin committed in the Garden of Eden was of a sexual nature because when Eve said she was beguiled she actually was saying she had been seduced. The Hebrew word “Nashall translated to “beguiled” actually means “to lead astray, to seduce.”


“Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he {serpent} said unto the woman {Eve}, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden.” (Genesis 3:1)

     (1) Snakes are to be feared, and it is not abnormal to fear them. To prove that even such Godly men as Moses were/are afraid of snakes, we present the following from the Book of Exodus. We begin with Moses standing before the burning bush:

“...the Lord said unto him, What is that in thine hand? And he {Moses} said, A rod. And He {God} said, Cast it on the ground. And he cast it on the ground, and it became a serpent; and Moses FLED from before it.” (Exodus 4:2‑3)

     (2) So we can see that even Moses fled before a serpent/snake! It scared him and he fled from it. Because man has a natural fear of them. Yet here in Genesis Chapter Three, we have Eve having a discourse with a serpent/snake! With no fear.

We do not believe it for a minute. We don’t know about you, but we do not believe that Eve was having a conversation with a literal snake! Not for a minute. That is simply to far‑ fetched to be believed literally.

     (3) If a snake had come up to Eve she would have ran for Adam to protect her from it. She would not have simply stood or sat there and had a casual conversation with it. No! A thousand times No!!! She would not have just sat there and said: “Hello how are you?” or some such nonsense. She simply would not have done that at all.

     (4) Serpent is a strange word when we look at it in the scriptures. It is translated from many different words, but it is used 38 times in the Old Testament. And is translated, basically, from four different words. But let’s only deal with one #5175 in Strong’s Concordance.

It appears 31 times and every time it is translated serpent. Now keep in mind there are three other words that are also translated serpent in the Scriptures. And the total words are used some 71 times in all the Scriptures. 38 times as serpent and about 24 times as dragons.

     (5) What is a dragon, you ask. Well this presentation is about serpents not dragons and to get into a long discussion about dragons would take us away from our intended subject. So we shall leave that for others to contemplate. This is because we have a problem here in Genesis 3:1 with Eve talking with this thing called a serpent.

     (6) Now the scriptures say the serpent was more subtil. Well what does this word mean. To arrive at a proper answer we will turn to Strong’s Concordance again. Which says the word “serpent” is “Nachas” or “naw‑khawsh” (#5175). Which is a non‑ Israelite name according to (#5176) ‑‑ “Nachash;” the same as #5175; the name of two persons appar. non‑Isr. It also means according to #5175 a snake (from its hiss): serpent. From the #5172 which means to hiss, i.e. WHISPER A (magic) SPELL; gen. to prognosticate ‑‑ enchanter, LEARN BY EXPERIENCE, diligently observe.

     (7) Also, we find the following from the Second College Edition, New World Dictionary of the American Language, p. 1300: 1. A snake, esp. a large or poisonous one. 2. A sly, sneaking, treacherous person. 3. Bible Satan, in the form he assumed to tempt Eve. 4. Music an obsolete, coiled, brass wind instrument of wood covered with leather.

The American Dictionary of the English Language, by Noah Webster 1828, Facsimile First Edition, published by the Foundation For American Christian Education relates that serpent means among others: a subtil or malicious person.

     (8) The word prognosticate means to: 1. To foretell or predict, esp. from signs or indications. 2. To indicate beforehand. (Second College Edition, New World Dictionary of the American Language, p. 1135).

The 1828 American Dictionary relates: 1. To foreshow; to indicate a future event by present signs. A clear sky at sunset prognosticates a fair day. 2. To foretell by means of present signs; to predict. “I neither will nor can prognosticate To the young gaping heir his father’s fate.”

So now we can see that the word “nachash” is linked to foretelling things. Or its linked to witchcraft (whisper a magic spell) and humanism. It’s linked to anything, other than the Word of God.

     (9) Now let’s look again at this word serpent, and we will see that every time it appears in the Bible, it does not mean a serpent/snake. That sometimes it means either a person or a nation. For example when Jacob/Israel was relating the gifts which were given to the various tribes of Israel we find the following:

“Dan shall be a SERPENT by the way, an ADDER {snake} in the path, that biteth the horse heels...” (Genesis 49:17)

     (10) Is someone going to try to convince us that Dan was to become a snake. I don’t think so. Do you? It is merely a figure of speech. It means that the tribe of Dan would, or the people of the tribe of Dan would display the attributes of being sly, cunning, deceitful.

     (11) The wicked are described as serpents/snakes:

“THE WICKED are estranged from the womb: they go astray as soon as they be born, speaking lies. Their poison is like the poison of a SERPENT: They are like THE DEAF ADDER that stoppeth her ear.” (Psalm 58:3‑4)

     (12) Evil and violent men are described as serpents:

“Deliver me, O Lord, from THE EVIL MAN: preserve me from THE VIOLENT MAN; Which imagine mischiefs in their heart; continually are they gathered together for war. THEY have sharpened their tongues LIKE A SERPENT; ADDERS’ poison is under their lips. Selah.” (Psalm 140:1‑3)

Thus we can see by these verses, anyone who is evil or wicked is described as being a serpent or snake.

     (13) Now let’s examine nations because they are also very important to this presentation. Turn to the Book of Isaiah where we find:

“In that day the Lord with His sore and great and strong sword shall punish leviathan the piercing SERPENT, even leviathan that crooked SERPENT; and He shall slay the dragon that is in the sea.” (Isaiah 27:1)

     (14) We see here that the Leviathan is a crooked and piercing serpent. It appears this is an allegory, talking about the enemies of Israel.

     (15) The nations that came against Israel are compared to this thing which is also described as a serpent. And it appears that this would be a reference to the Grecian, Turkish and Roman Empires of that day. This is generally accepted when one looks at the narratives of the Bible.

     (16) Now let’s look at Jeremiah 8:17 for another:

“For, behold, I will send SERPENTS, cockatrices, among you, which will not be charmed, and they shall bite you, saith the Lord.”

     (17) Here again we are not talking about actual serpents/snakes. Not at all. We are talking about nations which will becoming against Israel. They will not be charmed and they will bite you. At this point some will ask what do you mean they will not be charmed.

    (18) For an answer turn to the Book of Second Kings Chapter Seventeen we find Assyria came against what was left of Israel, and they told the Assyrians they would pay them a ransom if they would not come in and harm them. That’s charming them is it not?

     But if they will not be charmed, then they will not accept their money, gold, silver or other valuables. They will come in and bite you and destroy you. That is what Jeremiah is telling them. So we can clearly see, THEY ARE NOT SERPENTS AT ALL, they are the enemy of Israel, who will come against them.

     (19) There is another like story in Amos 9:3 and another in Isaiah 14:29. Those are good stories and you should read them very carefully.

     (20) We find allegories being used all through the Scriptures. No one has a problem with Judah being called a lion’s whelp (Genesis 49:9); Zebulun as a foal and an ass’s colt (Genesis 49:11); Issachar as a strong ass (Genesis 49:14); Naphtali as a hind {A red deer ‑‑ one that is fully grown} (Genesis 49:21); Joseph as a bough {branch or limb of a tree} (Genesis 49:22); Benjamin as a wolf (Genesis 49:27); All the tribes as a lion (Numbers 23:24; 24:9); Gad as a lion (Deut. 33:20); Dan as a lion’s whelp (Deut. 33:22); Jesus as a Lamb (Throughout the Book of Revelation); Israel as a speckled bird (Jeremiah 12:9; A nation of the East as a ravenous bird (Isaiah 46:11); Preachers as fishers (Jeremiah 16:16); Pharaoh King of Egypt as a young lion and a whale (Ezekiel 32:2); a flock as men (Ezekiel:34:30-31) and Herod as a fox (Luke 13:32). When the word “lion” is used for Judah, we are trying to really emphasize the strength of Judah. And when we use the word “serpent” we think of something sly, wicked, evil, cunning, something that hides from us, has venom, that is strong and dangerous. And that is why the word serpent is used many times as an allegory in the Scriptures.

     (21) There are many more allegories which could be presented but we believe this should suffice. Was any of these men such an animal or thing? Of course not! It is simply a description of the characteristics of these separate individuals.

     (22) Then we have the false doctrine of the Pharisees, Sadducees and Herod described as Leaven (Matthew 16:12).

     (23) Thus we can clearly see that it is not at all unusual for a word to be used to illustrate something more impressively. And that is what we are talking about.

     (24) Most Christians do not have any trouble with any of these in the various verses of Scriptures until we get to Genesis 3:1. For example if we go a little further we find: “...thou shalt bruise His heel.”

Everyone knows that Scripture. And we find another one “...It shall bruise thy head...” and no one has any problem relating that to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the evil one {which most people believe to be Satan}. Nobody has a problem with that.

     (25) Then: Why is it a problem when someone comes along and says THE SERPENT IS NOT A SNAKE! To some people that is a real problem ‑‑ THEY WANT THAT SERPENT TO BE A SNAKE!!! And they will scream and rant like a spoiled child if someone disagrees with them.

     (26) In our opinion that SERPENT NEVER WAS A SNAKE! In my opinion that serpent was a live flesh and blood person. In my opinion it was no spiritual being, and that is not meant to refute the Satan doctrine at all.

We are simply saying that this thing we had in the flesh, in the body, in the Garden of Eden, WAS NOT AN INVISIBLE, NEGATIVE ENTITY. IT WAS NOT A SNAKE THAT WALKED ON TWO FEET. It was a humanoid. Just like you and I.

     (27) Let’s look at some of the characteristics of this particular serpent in Chapter Three Verse One. One of the things we know, is that it is more wise than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. Is that not what it says? There word is subtil but we will deal with that a little later.

     (28) What is wisdom a trait of? Can you show us any animal in the animal kingdom which can be wise, that can be sly, that can be crafty? They only do what they do by instinct, they do not do it from reason. No animal operates from reason.

     (29) Now one can condition response them, by exposing them to altering good with bad conditions depending upon what they do in response to the stimuli given them. But that is merely training them, that is not teaching them wisdom, that is not teaching them to reason.

     (30) Oh, the experiments with monkeys, where some scientists say they have taught a monkey to talk ‑‑ but again that is only the animal being taught to make certain sounds as a result of varying stimuli given them. That is not the same thing. That is

not the same thing as being born with the ability to think and reason.

     (31) Another thing about this serpent that everybody agrees upon, is that it walked erect like a man. This is a natural human trait. It is not the natural reaction or trait of any animal, much less a snake. You cannot find this ability in snakes.

     (32) They do not stand up. Oh there may be some species which have small legs or the semblance of legs but more than likely, if the scientists would be honest, they are a species of lizard and not a specie of snake. There are some snakes which can raise their heads up quite a bit, but still, they cannot stand erect.

     (33) It has been said that apes are a form of the erectus, but that is simply not true. They spend most of their time moving about on both their (hands) and feet.

     Oh they can stand erect for short periods of time but their natural position is on all fours. And even when they are standing erect they are bent over, they have a slight hump to their back because that is not their normal stance.

     (34) And besides that, can you imagine Eve standing or sitting in the Garden of Eden and a great harry ape suddenly dropping out of a tree beside her and speaking to her. She would have been gone like a bolt of lightening. She would not have stayed there with such an animal.

     (35) Now the third thing about this serpent was the ability to talk. To speak like a man. Well things are getting worse all the time for those who want that serpent to be a snake.

     There has NEVER been a snake with the ability to talk; not then and not now, nor at any time in the foreseeable future. They simply cannot do so.

     They do not even have any vocal cords. Oh some will say what about the ass which spoke to Balaam. Well let’s look at it for just a moment.

     “And Balaam rose up in the morning, and saddled his ASS, and went with the princes of Moab. And God’s anger was kindled because he went: and the Angel of the Lord stood in the way for an adversary against him. Now he was riding upon his ASS, and his two servants were with him. And the ASS saw the Angel of the Lord standing in the way...” (Numbers 22:21‑23)

     (36) According to Strong’s Concordance the word “ass” or “attuwn” #860 which is the same as “eythan” or “ethan” which means: “from an unused root (mean, to continue); permanence; hence (coner) permanent; spec. A CHIEFTAIN: hard, mighty, rough, strength, strong.”

     (37) So Balaam was riding upon a strong Chieftain. Not a Jackass as we know. We also find that the word “ass” can also mean a #2544 “chamowr” or “Canaanite.” As black men were used to carry burdens and people in ancient times; and some of the Canaanites were black, it is quite possible that Balaam was being carried by a strong black Canaanite Chieftain. Which would explain the “ass’” ability to talk.

     (38) Now if we are going to attribute the talking in Genesis Chapter Three of a snake, then it would appear that in this respect Satan has more power than God in that he was able to make a serpent, who has no vocal cords, nor any organs capable of making or forming words, speak.

     (39) The fourth thing about this serpent, was his gift of reason; which is expressed by his statement “...hath God said.” That’s reasoning. That’s questioning. That’s showing an ability to think, to reason. Thus, the serpent had four attributes:

(1) He was wiser {more subtil} than any beast of the field,

(2) He could walk erect,

(3) He could speak, and

(4) He had the ability to think and to reason.

     (40) One does not find those things in snakes: Not then and not now. Those traits cannot be found in any animal or snake which has ever existed upon the face of the earth. They are found, only in what we call today, the humanoid species.

     (41) Then there is the problem of a snake or an ape coming up to Eve and speaking to her without her running away. It is simply more than we can accept. It could not, it did not happen that way. But he was, whatever he was, more cunning and wiser than any beast of the field. Or any other species of beast.

     (42) We can solve all these problems if we recognize that Adam and Eve were the first of the White Race {which we will explain later}. Which would not preclude the existence of other so‑called humanoids existing along with them. With this, the problem simply goes away.

It does not exist any more, because it would make it possible for another humanoid to exist at the same time as Adam and Eve. This would also make it possible for someone to appear before Eve and not frighten her away. Because she has seen him before, and has probably talked to him before. It would not be a mystery to her, it would be no surprise either.

     (43) Suppose that Adam and Eve were the only two people in the whole world and Eve walks around a tree and there is someone there. And it’s not Adam! What is she going to do. She is going to scream for Adam and tell him; Adam you are not going to believe what I have found. She would be concerned. No matter what it was, unless it was someone she had seen before.

But we know from a study of Ezekiel Chapter 31 that Adam and Eve WERE NOT THE ONLY PEOPLE IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN:

What Were The Trees In The Garden of Eden?

Our people have been taught for over 100 years that Adam and Eve ate an apple or some sort of fruit from the tree of good and evil which was in the midst of the Garden of Eden. That Adam and Eve were the father and mother of all the various races, yet the Bible proves they are lying through their teeth.

It is very possible that many of them believe that story themselves, because that was what they were taught; however there are a very large number of Judeo‑Christian Preachers today who know that is false, but will not teach the truth because they are wolves in sheeps’ clothing, teaching that Christ is Christ but are working secretly to destroy the Word of God; to destroy the knowledge of Christ, Christianity from the people and to destroy Christians at some future date, under laws which have been secretly passed which will allow The Execution of Christians in America! Laws such as Public Law 102‑14.

“And he looked up, and said, I see men as trees, walking.” (Mark 8:24)

But the truth of the matter is that the trees spoken of in the Garden of Eden were people! not trees such as the Pear, Apple, Orange, Pecan and etc. They were people.

Right about now you are thinking; “All right smart aliec prove it.” So we will attempt to do so. Although we do so with the full knowledge that no one can be convinced of anything if they do not wish to accept facts when they are given. For example, there was a man in Dallas about 25 years ago who said he would give anyone $1‑million dollars if they could prove to him that the moon was not made out of green cheese. Well many tried, they took him books, papers, pictures and even some rocks that came from the surface of the moon; but no one could ever convince him that the moon was not made of green cheese because he would not accept anything they presented. So he never had to pay the $1‑million to anyone.

Please turn with us to the book of Ezekiel; to chapter 31 where we read:

“And it came to pass...that the word of the Lord came unto me, saying, Son of man, speak unto Pharaoh king of Egypt, and to his multitude; Whom art thou like in thy greatness? Behold, the Assyrian was a cedar (A TREE) in Lebanon with fair branches, and with a shadowing shroud, and of an high stature; and his top was among the thick boughs. The waters made him great, the deep set him up on high with her rivers running round about his plants, and sent out her little rivers unto all the trees (PEOPLE) of the field. Therefore his height was exalted above all the trees (PEOPLE) of the field, and his boughs were multiplied, and his branches became long because of the multitude of waters, when he shot forth. All the fowls of heaven made their nests in his boughs, and under his branches did all the beasts of the field bring forth their young, and under his shadow dwelt all great nations (COUNTRIES). Thus was he fair in his greatness, in the length of his branches; for his foot was by great waters. (NOW WE CHANGE AND GO TO THE GARDEN OF EDEN) The cedars (PEOPLE) in the Garden of God could not hide him: the fir trees (PEOPLE) were not like his boughs (SEE THE COMPARISON, THUS WE KNOW THAT THERE WERE OTHER PEOPLE THERE TO COMPARE WITH HIM), and the chestnut trees (THEIR CHILDREN; OR PEOPLE) were not like his branches (HIS CHILDREN: OR PEOPLE); Nor any tree in the Garden of God was like unto him in his beauty (SEE WE KNOW THE TREES IN THE GARDEN WERE PEOPLE BECAUSE THEY WERE NOT LIKE THE ASSYRIAN IN BEAUTY BECAUSE THEY WERE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR, THEY WERE NOT WHITE. THAT IS NOT RACIST IT IS SIMPLY A FACT, EVEN IF YOU DONT LIKE IT. FOR GOD HAS NEVER CARED WHAT WE LIKE OR DONT LIKE WHEN HE SPEAKS, WE EITHER ACCEPT IT OR REJECT IT TO OUR HURT). I have made him fair (WHITE) by the multitude of his branches: so that all the trees (PEOPLE) of Eden; that were in the Garden of God, envied him (TREES CANNOT ENVY EACH OTHER, ONLY PEOPLE CAN DO THAT). Therefore thus saith the Lord God; Because thou hast lifted up thyself in height, and he hath shot up his top among the thick boughs, and his heart (TREES DO NOT HAVE HEARTS) lifted up in his height; I have therefore delivered him (NOW GOD IS SPEAKING OF ADAM) into the hand of the mighty one of the heathen: he shall surely deal with him: I have driven him out (DRIVEN ADAM OUT OF THE GARDEN OF EDEN, BECAUSE OF HIS DISOBEDIENCE TO ALMIGHTY GOD) for his wickedness. And strangers (PEOPLE OF OTHER RACES), the terrible of the nations, have cut him off and have left him: upon the mountains and in all the valleys his branches (SEE HE IS AGAIN COMPARING HIM WITH A TREE) are fallen by all the rivers of the land; and all the people of the earth are gone down from his shadow, and have left him (HERE IS WHERE THE DEPARTING OF THE VARIOUS RACES LEFT THE GARDEN OF GOD; THE GARDEN OF EDEN AND WERE SCATTERED ALL ACROSS THE EARTH, AWAY FROM ADAM AND HIS PEOPLE. THUS GOD SEGREGATED THE RACES FROM EACH OTHER, SO THEY COULD NOT MIX WITH HIS PEOPLE; WHICH IS AGAINST GODS LAW OF KIND AFTER KIND). Upon his ruin shall all the fowls of the heaven remain, and all the beasts of the field shall be upon his branches (HERE GOD IS SAYING THAT ADAMS CHILDREN WOULD ALWAYS BE ATTRACTED TO THE OTHER RACES; THE BEAST OF THE EARTH); To the end that none of all the trees by the waters exalt themselves for their height, neither shoot up their top among the thick boughs, neither their trees stand up in their height, all that drink water: for they are all delivered unto death (ALL MANKIND WILL DIE BECAUSE OF ADAMS SIN), to the nether parts of the earth (IN OTHER WORDS ALL PEOPLE EVERYWHERE, NO MATTER WHAT RACE WOULD DIE IN THEIR TIME), in the midst of the children of men, with them that go down to the pit (GRAVE). Thus saith the Lord God; In the day when he (ADAM) went down to the grave (PIT) I caused a mourning: I covered the deep for him, and I restrained the floods thereof, and the great waters were stayed: and I caused Lebanon to mourn for him, and all the trees (PEOPLE) of the field fainted (HERE AGAIN TREES DO NOT FAINT, ONLY PEOPLE DO THAT) for him. I made the nations to shake at the sound of his fall (WHEN ADAM FELL ALL THE VARIOUS RACES AND NATIONS ON EARTH KNEW OF HIS FALL AND SHOOK WITH FEAR AND SADNESS), when I cast him down to hell (THE GRAVE) with them that descend into the pit; and all the trees of Eden (PEOPLE), the choice and best of Lebanon, all that drink water, shall be comforted (HERE AGAIN TREES CANNOT BE COMFORTED) in the neither parts of the earth. They also went down into hell (THE GRAVE) with him unto them that be slain with the sword (IN OTHER WORDS EVERYONE WILL DIE AND GO TO THE GRAVE); and they that were his arm, that dwelt under his shadow in the midst of the heathen (HERE WE ARE TOLD THAT THE TREES OF THE GARDEN WERE PEOPLE OF OTHER RACES, OTHER THAN ADAM WHO WAS A WHITE MAN, LIKE IT OR NOT, LOVE IT OR NOT). To whom art thou thus like in glory and in greatness among the trees (PEOPLE) of Eden? yet shalt thou be brought down with the trees (PEOPLE) of Eden unto the nether parts of the earth; thou shalt lie in the midst of the uncircumcised with them that be slain by the sword. (NOW GOD GOES BACK TO PHARAOH WHOM HE IS COMPARING ADAM AND THE ASSYRIANS WITH) This is Pharaoh and all his multitude, saith the Lord God.” (Ezekiel 31)

We know that the Pharaoh did not go into the Garden of Eden, because there were no such thing as Pharaoh until about a thousand years later.

     (44) Now if we assume that the serpent is another humanoid and not a snake, then the problem goes away. Because the other races of the world can walk, talk, think, reason and have wisdom.

     The only thing left is what does the word “subtil” mean. Once again let’s turn to Strong’s Concordance for an explanation. It is #6175 “aruwm” or “aw‑room” and means: cunning (usually in a bad sense), crafty, prudent, subtil. This word “aruwm” has been translated only one time as subtil (Genesis 3:1) and the other ten times it has been translated as crafty or prudent.

     (45) Webster’s gives a little different spelling, it spells “subtil” as “subtle” and gives the following definitions:

(1) Thin, rare; tenuous; not dense or heavy [a subtle gas].

(2) a) Capable of making or noticing fine distinctions in meaning, etc. [a subtle thinker].

b) Marked by or requiring mental keenness [subtle reasoning].

(3) Delicately skillful or clever; deft or ingenious [a subtle filigree].

(4) Not open or direct; crafty; sly.

(5) Delicately suggestive; not grossly obvious [a subtle hint].

(6) Working insidiously; not easily detected [a subtle poison]. (New World Dictionary of the American Language, Second College Edition, p. 1420‑21)

(46) Webster’s 1828 Christian Dictionary gives the following:

(1) Thin; not dense or gross; as subtil air; subtil vapor; a subtil medium.

(2) Nice; fine; delicate. “I do distinguish plain Each subtil line of her immortal face.”

(3) Acute; piercing; as subtil pain.

(4) Sly; artful; cunning; crafty; insinuating; as a subtil person; a subtil ADVERSARY.

(5) Planned by art; deceitful; as a subtil scheme.

(6) Deceitful; treacherous.

(7) Refined; fine, acute; as a subtil argument.

     (47) Had Eve come into an adversary situation. You bet your boots she did. She had met with a wise adversary; a deceitful and treacherous adversary.

It is quite evident that before Adam and Eve sinned theirs was not a physical or sexual relationship. The Forgotten Books of Eden tell us that God, the Father, had desired to bring forth children of Light from both of them (perhaps in the same manner as Eve was brought from Adam).

But when they committed sexual sin; they were reduced to a purely physical plane of reproduction (Genesis 3:16); they lost their aura or “glory” and were driven out of Eden.

They were no longer children of light, free from toil and pain and death. Yet God’ s mercy did not depart from them. The fallen man and woman were restored by God’s grace to a condition of favor. They had been given mortality and they came therefore, under the dispensation of that state of being under which God made with them a second Covenant.

                               Adamic Covenant

This Second Covenant teaches us the conditions of the life of mortal (fallen) humanity, the conditions, that is, that have governed the lives of all men since the Fall, under which, therefore we live.

These conditions remain until the coming of the Christ when he restores all things created, to their original purity. This second Covenant was partly founded in a curse, for God’s judgment came upon Adam for his sin, and the judgment bore the burden of labor, “In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread”; the difficulty of labor, “thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth to thee”; the sorrow of life, “in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life”; physical death, “dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.”

All these things, the fruit of the curse, are included in the judgment of God upon the Fall, yet how important it is to notice that even in such a Covenant, in such a statement of God’s will and purpose there is the clear promise of blessing and restoration. For you have, in the story of this second Covenant, the first promise of a Savior, the first beginnings of God’s work of redemption through the Godly seed.

It is this Covenant, made with Adam when cast out of Eden, which provides the first link in a chain that runs unbroken throughout the whole Bible; that chain of men, chosen and called out by God, who should labor for Him in righteousness, and who should be fellow workers with God to restore His dominion over the earth. (Taken, in part, from an article entitled “Adam & Eve Adam Was Not The First Man,” by Bertrand L. Comparet)

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