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The Adam race

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The first time I heard the Adam and Eve story it didn’t make much sense. The story felt incoherent and it lacked a moral.

God creates Adam and Eve, the first humans, and places them in the Garden of Eden. They are allowed to eat from any tree except the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Tempted by a serpent, Eve eats the fruit from this forbidden tree and gives some to Adam, who also eats it. As a result, they become aware of their nakedness and are subsequently banished from the Garden of Eden as punishment for their disobedience.

But after studying it for a bit, I started to see the real meaning.

First, Paradise or Garden is not the most accurate translation as some scholars point out the ‘Enclosed Garden’ fits better.

Bashar explains that Anu decided to mix their genes with the natural humanoid, known as Homo Erectus or Homo Habilis, on Earth. This happened around 300,000 to 500,000 years ago, resulting in the creation of Homo sapiens through genetic manipulation. In this narrative, the snake symbolizes knowledge and wisdom about DNA. The Anunnaki, a higher species, didn’t want humans to possess this knowledge and preferred them to remain somewhat subservient. Hence, acquiring this knowledge was considered forbidden.

The Anunnaki established several laboratories on Earth, referred to as Gardens, with the primary one located in the Eden region of the Middle East, near the Euphrates River. “Eden” was just the name given to this main base. When the majority of the Anunnaki, who hadn’t come to Earth, realized what had been done on Earth, they saw it as a violation of their laws and recalled those who were on Earth.

However, humans still required guidance as they had many genetic potentials that were not activated. Some of the Anunnaki stayed behind to become tutors for humans, helping them to navigate and develop despite the genetic limitations imposed on them.

Not the first genetic experiment

Lilith, the first ‘wive’ of Adam

Lilith is first mentioned in ancient Babylonian texts as a class of winged female demons that attack pregnant women and infants.

According to the “first Eve” account, God fashioned Lilith from dust and placed her in the garden alongside Adam. However, conflicts arose when Adam attempted to assert dominance over Lilith. One version recounts Lilith’s refusal to assume a subservient position during intimate relations, asserting her belief in equality as both were created from the earth’s dust. Disagreeing with Adam, Lilith chose to depart the Garden of Eden.

Iblis

In the Qu’ran there is an interesting story of Iblis:

… Iblis approached the animals of the world to see which one would bear him into the Garden of Eden so that he could speak with Adam and his wife and tempt them towards evil.

All of the animals refused except the serpent. He told her: ‘I will protect you from the children of Adam; you will be under my protection if you get me into the Garden.’ She placed him between her two fangs. They entered the Garden and they both spoke from her mouth.

In Ishaq’s sirah, the serpent is depicted as a graceful animal that walked on four legs, but as a result of her collaboration with Iblis, Allah punished her and condemned her to travel on her belly.

Nephilim

The Nephilim are beings in the Hebrew Bible who are described as being large and strong. The Hebrew word Nephilim is sometimes translated as “giants“, and sometimes taken to mean “the fallen ones”. Their origins are disputed. Some view them as offspring of fallen angels (Anunnaki) and humans.

Proof of genetic experiments?

We do find some proof in our genetics that confirms this hypotheses, coincidentally we find it in the Mitochondrial Eve. Conclusions from this study comfirm that:

  • The effective population size of the ancient human never dropped below tens of thousands.
  • Most recent common ancestor (MRCA) of all living humans lived around 155,000 years ago.

There is much more to disect from the Adam and Eve story, but for now I leave you with this.

And we move on with the story of the great flood.

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