The Extra Terrestrial Garden Of Eden

In examining the story of Adam and Eve in the Old Testament raises many questions. The story of the creation in Genesis is not a reality also it is not original, for it was written by another unknown race who had inhabited the earth many years before, it was then passed down to the Hebrews. Therefore, it goes to show the Hebrews did not receive the story direct from God, when he created the world. Again according to the Old Testament the age of the human family would be about 4,000 B.C. whereas modern science states that mankind must have inhabited the earth for at least 150,000 years.

In the bible as we know it says that God formed Adam from the dust of the ground in his own image, but this cannot be accepted by today’s educated masses. It may have fooled the people thousands of years ago, but not today. If scientists placed dust under a microscope, they would not find any kind of life forms there; too suggest that the human identity could be given life from dust. And what of all the other countless aspects of creation from a blade of grass to a towering tree from a mouse to an elephant, did God also create them from dust?


Ecclesiastes: 12: verses 6: – 7: It says: “Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern. Then shall the dust return to earth as it was; and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it”?

Again in Galatians: chapter 3: verse, 3: “Are ye so foolish? having begun in the spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh?” These passages quite clearly tells us that man was first spirit, and took on the material form to learn earthly lessons for spiritual awareness and progression.

The story of Adam and Eve then goes on to say; and the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden and there he put the man whom he had formed. And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was also in the midst of the garden the tree of knowledge of good and evil. This is but a symbolic story for it is impossible to eat any kind of fruit that would give man knowledge.

The next stage in the story is where the serpent appears in the Garden of Eden and tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of life. When Eve was confronted with the serpent it said to her: “For God does know that in the day ye eat thereof then your eyes will be opened and you shall be as Gods knowing good and evil”.

Are we to seriously believe that a talking serpent was really the tempter to make Eve eat from the tree of knowledge? If that was the case, then it was a serpent that first tempted the start of humanities downfall to evil and destruction. Here we have to ask did all animals and creatures have the ability to talk, or was that just the privilege given to the serpent? Christianity believes because of the temptation of Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruit humanity still bears those sins. This means that all the generations of people that followed Adam and Eve up to today and in the future would, and will be condemned. All those people would have to suffer hardships, for that act of succumbing to temptation by Eve. That would have been a very unfair practice carried out by God.

Another part of that story which is worth questioning is, when Adam and Eve had eaten the forbidden fruit, and their eyes were opened, they then realised that they were naked. If they had been in the company of God in the garden, then surely they would have seen clothing upon God? That alone in the first instance before Eve ate the forbidden fruit would have made them both realise that they were naked. God then because of their nakedness clothed them with animal skins. Did God kill animals so he could clothe Adam and Eve? If that were true then animal rights campaigners here today would not be very happy with a God that killed animals, using them as clothes. If God had wished for them to be clothed he would have had the means to dress them in garments of a better choice made from other kinds of material such as wool.

Some may say that the serpent was in fact the devil, but what was he doing in God’s garden? If he were a fallen angel then it would not have been very wise for God to allow him to be there.

In Genesis: chapter 4: from verse 14: Cain speaks with God after slaying his brother Abel: “Behold thou hast driven me out this day from the face of the earth and from thy face shall I be hid and I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth and it shall come to pass that everyone that find me, shall slay me”

We are told that God put a mark on Cane, so no one would slay him. Bearing that in mind why would Cain be in fear of anyone taking his life, for after he had slain his brother, then only him and his parents Adam and Eve were left? At that point of creation there would have been no one else upon the earth that Cain could have feared of taking his life.

It also says that Cain Knew his wife and she bore him a son called Enoch. We then ask, where did Cain’s wife come from, for to say again there was only Adam and Eve and their son Cain left. Did God suddenly create that woman that Cain made his wife, the same as he had made Eve by taking a rib from Adam? That woman could not have been born of Adam and Eve for that would have made her Cain’s sister.

In Genesis chapter four: Verse 16 it says: And Cain went out from the presence of the Lord, and dwelt in the land of Nod on the east of Eden. In Genesis: chapter 11: it says: And the Lord said. “ Behold the people is one and they have all one language and this they begin to do, and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do”.

“Go, let us go down and there confound their language that they may not understand one another’s speech”. So the Lord scattered them abroad, from thence upon the face of all the earth and they left off to build a city.

Here again we have some kind of civilization outside the Garden of Eden, for it says the people were one and yet at that time there was only supposed to be Adam and Eve and their son Cain.One would ask here why would God deny Adam and Eve and the people in the land of Nod knowledge of life? what would be the point of that? It would have meant that they would have been illiterate and God’s puppets without the gift of freewill. When Jesus was upon the earth he told humanity; seek and you will find; ask and it will be given; knock on the door and it will be opened.


By those words Jesus meant that wisdom and knowledge is available if we take the time and patience to seek of that knowledge, by enduring hardships that bring awareness of the spirit. Therefore, why would Adam and Eve and all those who came before Jesus be denied that same knowledge? To gain knowledge is far better than to live in ignorance of the truth. .

It dose not make sense for again it tells us in Ecclesiastes: chapter: 1: verse 13: “And I gave my heart to seek and search out by wisdom concerning all things that are done under heaven: This sore travail hath God given to the sons of man, to be exercised therewith”.

Today both on the material and spiritual dimensions of life knowledge is always available to the individual to help them progress in a spiritual direction. If we believe in God then it is he that supplies all knowledge therefore why would he want to deny Adam and Eve the truth of life?

TtrueThe The true story of Adam and Eve embraces the time where a number of the extra terrestrial races were upon our world. As we have learnt they came from their worlds to help newly born spirit man on earth to assist him in knowledge and give him a direction of how to live both a material and spiritual life. The particular extra terrestrial race that Adam and Eve became involved with was the Serpent extra terrestrial race of people. This race of people I mentioned in an earlier article, about the corn circles.

In Egypt, Ohoenicia, Assyria, Greece, Mexico and Peru the symbol of the serpent represented the flying machines which had journeyed through the universe bringing the wise teachers from other worlds. The Lemurians and Atlanteans worshipped the serpent people for they brought divine wisdom. However, over many centuries the worship and knowledge became debased by breakaway cults spreading all over the earth.

The rest of the chapter explains further of why the extra terrestrials built the Garden of Eden, and the splendor of its creation. In addition, it tells of two people Adam and Eve who worked in the encampment of the extra terrestrials where one of the serpent people betrayed his race’s wish not to pass on certain forbidden knowledge, to the earth people.

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