You have no soul. You Šre a soul. You have a body ... (Charles Staples Lewis, Irish writer)
Eve came first
The original gods were genderless. They came out of heaven and made human beings that resembled their own image out of female earthly creatures.
We think this all happened some 75.000 yaers ago.
But we also think that some 33.000 years later the gods realised their course on earth would become in danger. So they
made a new creature that would be more adapted to earthly conditions. (Let's assume here the gods made a kind of mutant deliberately.)
Genesis 1:27: God created Adam and Eve.
We think it were the 'so-called gods' who created Adam and Eve.
Question is; Was Adam really the first?
Eve is a mother figure. And according to the
oldest Jewish ideas, she came before Adam.
She was the top of creation. And we also think that Eve came first. (In Dutch: Eva was eerst.)
And she was smarter and more competent than Adam.
Before The Flood: women were built to lead.
No need to say that everything changed after The Flood. Nature (egocentricity) took over.
So men did not accept women to be more important. They falsified
history -included the gender of the gods- in their favor.
Women became menís slaves.
Note that texts originally recorded in the Old Testament,
named the first wife of Adam, Lilith. Lilith was a hairy ape.
However, Adam felt attracted to Eve, a hairless woman.
Quite possible that Adam himself was the hairy monkey.
Before the Flood many thousands of
Venus figures were made (because of a reason we don't know they are called venus figures).
The oldest? Some 32.000 years. And ALL are depicting a woman.
It always seems to be the same figure: a pregnant woman.
Letís call her Eve.
According to the Old Testament Eve first was immortal.
Letís say she could reach an incredible old age.
By eating the forbidden fruit, she became mortal.
The forbidden fruit which was nothing more than the first
sexual intercourse with a Homo Sapiens
(the smartest ape on earth at that time).
Genesis (3: 16), God (in fact 'the so-called gods') speaks out the punishment for Eveís sin: ... I will multiply your pain ...
with smart you will give birth to your children ... and men will rule over you...
So God said it would hurt a lot to give birth in the future.
We only can conclude that before, reproduction was not painful.
As if before the Great Flood there was already a kind of
reproductive cloning or an artificial womb (who knows).
It would explain why so many women today have a pelvis too small
to bare children.
Eve probably was born in the south of France. Strange that many (alternative) researchers
refer to the south of France if they talk about the holy grail
or about the offspring of Jesus. And don't forget the first cave painters.
As we said in another chapter: Walk with all art,
all over the world on a time scale back in time
and you will find yourself in the south of France.
The Bible refers to
the old Egyptians and their gods (especially Isis, Osiris and Horus).
Although the Bible does brutally downplay the role of women he's
inspired by the knowlege of the Egyptian priests who knew a lot
of the gods. (From those gods they learned about the super power where we are all part of.)
They were the real founders of the secret society that rules the world.