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MESSAGES FROM EDEN
We have Misunderstood the Story of Adam and Eve - Miniature Lesson #2
The first five books (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) or the Pentateuch of the Old Testament revealed the history of the Chosen People from the creation of the world to the death of Moses. According to the voice of tradition (Jewish and Christian) Moses and his inspired assistants were the authors of the Pentateuch. Please look at the Ten Parallel Subjects above, and ask yourself:
1) Why are there matching subjects (compare and contrast, perhaps?) in the two stories (the story of Adam and Eve vs. the story of Moses)?
2) Is Moses and his inspired assistants trying to convey some messages through the similarities?
3) Why would God (Who operates according to the order of logic and wisdom and the Primary Author of the Sacred Scriptures) ask us to compare two different literary genres (the true story of Moses versus the metaphorical story of Adam and Eve)? Shouldn't God hold up similar genres for us to investigate?
And from the illustration above, we have the evidence from the Ten Parallel Subjects starting with the historical story of Moses' plight as proof that the story of Adam and Eve (chapter two and three of Genesis) is historical and literal as well. Why? Because the subjects in the two stories match! Also, ask yourself this question: How did God introduce Himself to Moses? What did God reveal from the Burning Bush? Didn't God reveal Himself from the Burning Bush as having everlasting life? Now ask yourself the very same questions for Adam and Eve. And these are the key questions: Did God introduce Himself and reveal Himself to Adam and Eve? God was merciful and introduced Himself as having Everlasting Life to Moses (who had the stain of Original Sin and personal sins). Therefore, shouldn't God reveal Himself to Adam and Eve in the same manner when they were without sin (BEFORE Original Sin)?
Begin thinking like a detective (by comparing subjects no. 9 and 10 in both stories) and you can see that the presence of God was upon the Tree of Life (yes, I am giving away the mystery, because I will get in big trouble with God if I don't). But we need more proofs don't we? Also, I am revealing the Mystery of Faith to you because we are in the State of Emergency trying to battle the culture of death! Please promote this website by word of mouth, we need to grow as a movement. This movement is 100% faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church. So please help this movement fight the good fight by donating or purchasing the book.
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And in due time, I will reveal the entire revelation of The Tree of Life to you. Until next time, I will transmit more secret messages from Eden....
"...I will not hide from you the mysteries of God...Receive therefore instruction by my words, and it shall be profitable to you." - Wisdom 6:24 &27
I will leave you with a riddle.
A riddle, a riddle, now riddle me this...
How can wisdom be a tree? For how can a tree transmit wisdom?
And how can wisdom bear the fruit of everlasting life?
For a mysterious riddle was written:
"Wisdom is a Tree of Life..." - Proverbs 3:18
"He will search out the hidden meanings of proverbs, and will be conversant in the secrets of parables." - Sirach 39:3
Our Mission is the Salvation of
the world through the unveiling
of the Holy Eucharist.
“..Until we all meet into the unity of faith, AND OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE SON OF GOD, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the age of the fulness of Christ; That henceforth we be no more children tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine by the wickedness of men, by cunning craftiness, by which they lie in wait to deceive.”- Ephesians 4:13 - 14