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The Genesis creation narrative comprises two different stories; the first two chapters roughly correspond to these. In the first, Elohim, the generic Hebrew word for God, creates the heavens and the earth including humankind, in six days, and rests on the seventh. In the second, God, now referred to as “Yahweh Elohim” (rendered as “the LORD God” in English translations), creates two individuals, Adam and Eve, as the first man and woman, and places them in the Garden of Eden.

Genesis, in my opinion, describes the Aessir coming to earth to find gold. They had their own workforce, the Igigi, but they refused to do the hard work. The Aessir started to have children with humans (or homo sapiens). This resulted in a new human race, with a long lifespan but apparently ‘wicked’. Genesis describes the bloodline of the Aessir through humans.

This could explain why topics like expulsion, incest, and murder were common in Genesis; it was necessary to maintain the bloodline of the Aessir.

Genesis can not be traced back to one single author and it’s very likely that it contains a mix of primeval stories, some of which we can recognize in the Sumerian tablets. Stories of the Great Flood are also known in other parts of the world, like North America and Australia. It’s not unimaginable that there was a period during the younger dryas with many great floods.

Genesis 1: Terraforming

In the beginning, the Elohiym created new conditions in the atmosphere of the earth, the earth was without form, and void and darkness were upon the surface.

Why would God create humans in God’s own image?

Genesis 1 – Terraforming

Genesis 2 – Enclosed garden

And the YHWH Elohiym established an enclosed garden eastward in Eden, and there they put the humans.

Genesis 2 – Enclosed garden

Genesis 4: Breeding out humans

The Humans saw the presence of a distinguishing mark on Eve when the Ishshah (Hybrid) became pregnant, and delivered the presence of the distinguishing mark on Cain and said, I have gotten a human servant from YHWH.

Genesis 4: Breeding out humans

Genesis 5: Lifespan decline

In the Bible, specifically in the book of Genesis, there is a reference to a decrease in lifespan after the Great Flood.

Why did some humans have an extraordinarily long lifespan?

Genesis 5: Lifespan decline

Genesis 6 -Age limit to 120 years

My spirit appearance shall not always strive with altered humans, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be limited to 120 years.

Why do humans not get older than 120 years?

Genesis 6 -Age limit to 120 years

Genesis 7 – The flood

And Enlil said unto Noah, Come thou you and all thy your house into the ark; for thee you have I seen righteous before me in this generation bloodline.

Genesis 7 – The flood

Genesis 8 – Waters decreased

Anu remembered Noah, and every living thing, and all the cattle that were with him in the ark.

Genesis 8 – Waters decreased

Geneses 9 – The everlasting covenant

But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.

Geneses 9 – The everlasting covenant

Genesis 10 – Noah’s offspring

Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood.

Genesis 10 – Noah’s offspring

Genesis 11 – Babel

And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.
Let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.

Genesis 11 – Babel

Genesis 12 – Abram & Sarai

And Enlil plagued Pharaoh and his house with great plagues because of Sarai Abram’s wife.

Genesis 12 – Abram & Sarai

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