“Oh Adam, Where For Art Thou?” Part 3

We are at war. It is and always has been a spiritual war between good and evil.

We are in a great battle that began in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. Fear not for God has already won this war, but prepare for the battle for we wrestle not with flesh and blood, but with principalities and powers in dark places. The illussions Satan and his minions portray are just illussions for his weapon has always been to steal your mind then torment your every moment while he and his demons use you to do his bidding. He and his demonic realm have a desire to manifest their hell on earth out in the open and have set out to kill, steal and destroy everything in their path.

These wicked servants of mammon who desire to kill God’s children have misinterpreted God’s Word, hidden many important books while indoctrinating humanity with lie, after lie, after lie, to hide the truth of history, people, places and things. Today, the truth is no longer easy to hide thanks to many who have stepped forward and told their side of their investigations and questioned all things.

Know the truth. The truth shall set you free!


Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XVI.

The first sunrise. Adam and Eve think it is a fire coming to burn them.

1 AFTER this Adam and Eve ceased not to stand in the cave, praying and weeping, until the morning dawned upon them. (Pray unceasing… yes.)

2 And when they saw the light returned to them, they restrained from fear, and strengthened their hearts. (The new day dawning and the sun rising.)

3 Then Adam began to come out of the cave. And when he came to the mouth of it, and stood and turned his face towards the east, and saw the sun rise in glowing rays, and felt the heat thereof on his body, he was afraid of it, and thought in his heart that this flame came forth to plague him. (Adam is learning and is as a child in all the ways of everything in the flesh. He is learning of God’s ways and is not very knowledgeable at all, even after eating from the tree of knowledge. That tree had no good fruit for sure. Only evil and hellish darkness. It sure sounds like that cave was on top of Mt. Hermon. At least it sure looks like it in all that is portrayed here. Either metaphorically, or figuratively?)

4 He wept then, and smote upon his breast, and fell upon the earth on his face, and made his request, saying: 5 “O Lord, plague me not, neither consume me, nor yet take away my life from the earth.” 6 For he thought the sun was God.

7 Inasmuch as while he was in the garden and heard the voice of God and the sound He made in the garden, and feared Him, Adam never saw the brilliant light of the sun, neither did the flaming heat thereof touch his body. (Because he was made in the image of God and had a body of light. The Lord showed the disciples on the Mount of Transfiguration the light bodies we shall return to. That was on Mt. Hermon. Another triumph over the fallen Satan of darkness.)

8 Therefore was he afraid of the sun when flaming rays of it reached him. He thought God meant to plague him therewith all the days He had decreed for him. 9 For Adam also said in his thoughts, as God did not plague us with darkness, behold, He has caused this sun to rise and to plague us with burning heat.

10 But while he was thus thinking in his heart, the Word of God came unto him and said: 11 “O Adam, arise and stand up. This sun is not God; but it has been created to give light by day, of which I spake unto thee in the cave saying, ‘that the dawn would break forth, and there would be light by day.’ 12 “But I am God who comforted thee in the night.” (Adam is yet learning all things and all things are new to Adam and to Eve.)

13 And God ceased to commune with Adam.

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XVII.

The Chapter of the Serpent.

1 THEN Adam and Eve came out at the mouth of the cave, and went towards the garden. 2 But as they drew near to it, before the western gate, from which Satan came when he deceived Adam and Eve, they found the serpent that became Satan coming at the gate, and sorrowfully licking the dust, and wriggling on its breast on the ground, by reason of the curse that fell upon it from God. (So we have some clues here of the GATE. The serpent that became Satan coming at the gate. The gates?  Gates of hell? We also hear the fate of the serpent who deceived Eve and now his curse forever.)

3 And whereas aforetime the serpent was the most exalted of all beasts, now it was changed and become slippery, and the meanest of them all, and it crept on its breast and went on its belly.

4 And whereas it was the fairest of all beasts, it had been changed, and was become the ugliest of them all. Instead of feeding on the best food, now it turned to eat the dust. Instead of dwelling, as before, in the best places, now it lived in the dust. 5 And, whereas it had been the most beautiful of all beasts, all of which stood dumb at its beauty, it was now abhorred of them.

6 And, again, whereas it dwelt in one beautiful abode, to which all other animals came from elsewhere; and where it drank, they drank also of the same; now, after it had become venomous, by reason of God’s curse, all beasts fled from its abode, and would not drink of the water it drank; but fled from it. (This reminds me of a certain doctor and his snake venom in the water. There are lots of snakes in the world and they don’t all slither on their belly…at least not yet. However, drinking of the water they drank can also be a metaphor for the Biblical waters of The Holy Spirit.

John 7:38 KJV: He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.”

JOHN 7:37-38  37 On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and shouted, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. 38 He who believes in Me as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.”

Let us at this time look again at Revelation and the waters turned to wormwood…

Revelation 8:10-11

“And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.”

The star (fallen angel, Lucifer, Satan), the third part of the angels fell with him…a third part of the waters….and many men died of the waters (words and lies, deception) because they were made bitter. To me it is clear that wormwood is the bitter lies and enemy of God and all His children. The waters of life is God, His Word and the pouring out of the Holy Spirit.

I also found this interesting video….

Deuteronomy 29:18 Moses chastises the Israelites for their idoltry and tells them they will suffer severe consequences “…So that there may not be among you any man or woman or family or tribe whose heart turns away from the Lord our God to go and serve the gods of these nations and that there may not be among you a root bearing bitterness or wormwood.” This describes how it can poison an entire body of Christ by poisoning the waters with following false doctrine and false gods.

Jeremiah used poisoned waters to describe God’s anger for worshipping false gods and idols.  “Jeremiah 9:15, “Therefore, thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: “Behold, I will feed them, this people, with wormwood and give them water of gall to drink.” And again in Jeremiah 23:15, “Therefore, thus says the Lord of hosts, concerning the prophets: Behold, I will feed them with wormwood and make them drink the water of gall.”

In lamentations 3, Jeremiah cries out his lamentation that has Adam written all over it, but moreso the suffering of the Word of God for all of our sins… for in the entire chapter it shows all that the Lord suffered for us. and all the children of the Lord. Read the entire chapter: Lamentations 3 KJV (biblehub.com) Jeremiah says in chapt. 3 verse 15 “He has filled me with bitterness. He has made me drink wormwood.”  In verse 19 he says, “Remember my affliction and roaming, the wormwood and the gall.” In Lamentations wormwood is used as a symbol of profound grief, and the bitter tasting poisons that will destroy those who disobey God.

Whereas fact checkers and many theologians, scholars, and pastors say the book of Adam and Eve is not orthodox. I say there is much to be learned when reading it. More to be learned than reading much of the hogwash of the same ones who condemn it, write their own ideas, sell books and push their global wormwood agenda. They show that either they have no understanding…or they are drunk with poisoned waters. Some are drunk on the wine of Babylon…which also represents false doctrine.

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I love getting into the search for truth of the Word of the Lord’s teachings, through His metaphors, parables, and symbolism with the Holy Spirit…much more than Shakespheare. How about you?

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XVIII.

The mortal combat with the serpent.

1 WHEN the accursed serpent saw Adam and Eve, it swelled its head, stood on its tail, and with eyes blood-red, did as if it would kill them.

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2 It made straight for Eve, and ran after her; while Adam standing by, wept because he had no stick in his hand wherewith to smite the serpent, and knew not how to put it to death.

3 But with a heart burning for Eve, Adam approached the serpent, and held it by the tail; when it turned towards him and said unto him:–

4 “O Adam, because of thee and of Eve, I am slippery, and go upon my belly.” Then by reason of its great strength, it threw down Adam and Eve and pressed upon them, as if it would kill them. (We see there is nothing but blame from the serpent, no repentance and no responsibility for his own actions. Only more hate and venom spewed. So are all the children of Satan as the serpent. But fear not…for God is ruler over all and greater than anything in the realm of darkness.)

5 But God sent an angel who threw the serpent away from them, and raised them up. 6 Then the Word of God came to the serpent, and said unto it, “In the first instance I made thee glib, and made thee to go upon thy belly; but I did not deprive thee of speech.

7 “Now, however, be thou dumb; and speak no more, thou and thy race; because in the first place, has the ruin of my creatures happened through thee, and now thou wishest to kill them.”

8 Then the serpent was struck dumb, and spake no more.

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9 And a wind came to blow from heaven by command of God that carried away the serpent from Adam and Eve, threw it on the sea shore, and it landed in India. (Now that is an interesting bit to digest. Ponder it.)

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XIX.

Beasts made subject to Adam.

1 BUT Adam and Eve wept before God. And Adam said unto Him: 2 “O Lord, when I was in the cave, I said this to Thee, my Lord, that the beasts of the field would rise and devour me, and cut off my life from the earth.”

3 Then Adam, by reason of what had befallen him, smote upon his breast, and fell upon the earth like a corpse; then came to him the Word of God, who raised him, and said unto him,

4 “O Adam, not one of these beasts will be able to hurt thee; because when I made the beasts and other moving things come to thee in the cave, I did not let the serpent come with them, lest it should rise against you, make you tremble; and the fear of it should fall into your hearts.

5 “For I knew that that accursed one is wicked; therefore would I not let it come near you with the other beasts.  6 “But now strengthen thy heart and fear not. I am with thee unto the end of the days I have determined on thee.”

(This sounds like a metaphor for evil demonic powers who do us harm? Or literally protection against the poisons of the serpent itself. What do you discern from this?) It reminds me of the scripture that says:

Mark 16:18 “They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.”

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XX.

Adam wishes to protect Eve.

1 THEN Adam wept and said, “O God, remove us to some other place, that the serpent may not come again near us, and rise against us. Lest it find Thy handmaid Eve alone and kill her; for its eyes are hideous and evil.”

2 But God said to Adam and Eve, “Henceforth fear not, I will not let it come near you; I have driven it away from you, from this mountain; neither will I leave in it aught to hurt you.” (From this mountain?  What mountain is this?)

3 Then Adam and Eve worshipped before God ‘and gave Him thanks, and praised Him for having delivered them from death.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXI.

Adam and Eve attempt suicide.

1 THEN Adam and Eve went in search of the garden. 2 And the heat beat like a flame on their faces; and they sweated from the heat, and wept before the Lord.

3 But the place where they wept was nigh unto a high mountain, facing the western gate of the garden. 4 Then Adam threw himself down from the top of that mountain; his face was tom and his flesh was flayed; much blood flowed from him, and he was nigh unto death.

5 Meanwhile Eve remained standing on the mountain weeping over him, thus laying. 6 And she said, “I wish not to live after him; for all that he did to himself was through me.” 7 Then she threw herself after him; and was torn and scotched by stones; and remained lying as dead.

8 But the merciful God, who looks upon His creatures, looked upon Adam and Eve as they lay dead, and He sent His Word unto them, and raised them. (This sure shows that no one is going to die until God says so. They kept trying at every depressed point to kill themselves and God kept telling them no you won’t kill yourselves, I have things for you to yet do.)

9 And said to Adam, “O Adam, all this misery which thou hast wrought upon thyself, will not avail against My rule, neither will it alter the covenant of the 5500 years.”

(By now we know God has a divine plan and purpose for the 5,500 years. There are a lot of souls to be gathered and it is starting to look, at least to me, that Adam and Eve in the garden were created for this divine purpose as God had already said, he knew what they would do. He indicated He knew the devil would seduce them at some point… or try and that raises more questions. Many of us have already thought of the words in Genesis many times that God created male and female and told them to be fruitful and multiply and then later created Adam. There are many new thoughts on this. That question has been one many argue over. Just saying it is so. Some connect it with the war in heaven in many ways. Whatever the plan, it is God’s divine and good plan. That is the truth.)

Genesis 1:26-30

26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.

27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. 28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

29 And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.

30 And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so. 31 And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXII.

1 THEN Adam said to God, “I wither in the heat; I am faint from walking, and am loth of this world. And I know not when Thou wilt bring me out of it, to rest.”(But Adam complains and gives God his reasoning because he is impatient. God tells him again…why he had it good in the garden and why he has his lot now. How many of us have ever sounded like this?)

2 Then the Lord God said unto him, “O Adam, it cannot be at present, not until thou hast ended thy days. Then shall I bring thee out of this wretched land.” 3 And Adam said to God, “While I was in the garden I knew neither heat, nor languor, neither moving about, nor trembling, nor fear; but now since I came to this land, all this affliction has come upon me.”

4 Then God said to Adam, “So long as thou wast keeping My commandment, My light and My grace rested on thee. But when thou didst transgress My commandment, sorrow and misery befell thee in this land.”

5 And Adam wept and said, “O Lord, do not cut me off for this, neither smite me with heavy plagues, nor yet repay me according to my sin; For we, of our own will, did transgress Thy commandment, and forsook Thy law, and sought to become gods like unto Thee, when Satan the enemy deceived us.”

6 Then God said again unto Adam, “Because thou hast borne fear and trembling in this land, languor and suffering treading and walking about, going upon this mountain, and dying from it, I will take all this upon Myself in order to save thee.”

(So they Adam and Eve, admit here that they thought they would become as Gods as the serpent had lied to them and they believed the lies. He was working on them just like he did the angels in heaven to gather a third of them to war with him to usurp God’s throne. What lies do we hear today?  How many are we believing? And God tells Adam that because he is in constant fear from being on the land of that mountain, he will take all of this upon Himself to save him. What is this mountain that causes Adam fear and trembling? Is it Mt. Hermon?)

The Ruler of this world never sleeps…

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We are still under attack at every turn from the same world ruler, Satan.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXIII.

Adam and Eve gird themselves and make the first altar ever built.

1 THEN Adam wept more and said, “O God, have mercy on me, so far as to take upon Thee, that which I will do.” 2 But God took His Word from Adam and Eve.

3 Then Adam and Eve stood on their feet; and Adam said to Eve “Gird thyself, and I also will gird myself.” And she girded herself, as Adam told her.

4 Then Adam and Eve took stones and placed them in the shape of an altar; and they took leaves from the trees outside the garden, with which they wiped, from the face of the rock, the blood they had spilled.

5 But that which had dropped on the sand, they took together with the dust wherewith it was mingled and offered it upon the altar as an offering unto God. 6 Then Adam and Eve stood under the altar and wept, thus entreating God, “Forgive us our trespass and our sin, and look upon us with Thine eye of mercy. For when we were in the garden our praises and our hymns went up before Thee without ceasing.

7 “But when we came into this strange land, pure praise was no longer ours, nor righteous prayer, nor understanding hearts, nor sweet thoughts, nor just counsels, nor long discernment, nor upright feelings, neither is our bright nature left in us. But our body is changed from the similitude in which it was at first, when we were created. 8 “Yet now look upon our blood which is offered upon these stones, and accept it at our hands, like the praise we used to sing unto Thee at first, when in the garden.” 9 And Adam began to make more requests unto God.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXIV.

A vivid prophecy of the life and death of Christ.

1 THEN the merciful God, good ‘and lover of men, looked upon Adam and Eve, and upon their blood, which they had held up as an offering unto Him; without an order from Him for so doing. But He wondered at them; and accepted their offerings.

2 And God sent from His presence a bright fire, that consumed their offering. 3 He smelt the sweet savour of their offering, and showed them mercy.

4 Then came the Word of God to Adam, and said unto him, “O Adam, as thou hast shed thy blood, so will I shed My own blood when I become flesh of thy seed; and as thou didst die, O Adam, so also will I die. And as thou didst build an altar, so also will I make for thee an altar on the earth; and as thou didst offer thy blood upon it, so also will I offer My blood upon an altar on the earth. (Remember, God’s Word already told Adam he was going to die in his place. In Book 1, Chapter XIV, he told them he would take on all their darkness and suffering and in XV Adam and Eve wept and sorrowed because God told them that He would suffer for their salvation and die for them. So God wondered at their altar of blood.)

5 “And as thou didst sue for forgiveness through that blood, so also will I make My blood forgiveness of sins, and blot out transgressions in it. (And now we learn of the origin of the blood of atonement for all transgression and sin.)

6 “And now, behold, I have accepted thy offering, O Adam, but the days of the covenant, wherein I have bound thee, are not fulfilled. When they are fulfilled, then will I bring thee back into the garden.

7 “Now, therefore, strengthen thy heart; and when sorrow comes upon thee, make Me an offering, and I will be favourable to thee.” (So before there was Abraham, and the covenant after the flood, there was a covenant before the flood the same as the promise to Adam. Which was the root of the covenant between man and God to send His Word to redeem all souls and make atonement for all sin.)

(Are we, along with Adam and Eve,  learning in these writings from the very beginning that there is no atonement, nor sacrifice for sins except from God Himself, His Son, the Word who is without sin? Sin cannot be a sacrifice for sin. Only that which is without sin or blemish can be a sacrifice.)

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXV.

1 BUT God knew that Adam had in his thoughts, that he should often kill himself and make an offering to Him of his blood.

2 Therefore did He say unto him, “O Adam, do not again kill thyself as thou didst, by throwing thyself down from that mountain.”

3 But Adam said unto God, “It was in my mind to put an end to myself at once, for having transgressed Thy commandments, and for my having come out of the beautiful garden; and for the bright light of which Thou hast deprived me; and for the praises which poured forth from my mouth without ceasing, and for the light that covered me. 4 “Yet of Thy goodness, O God, do not away with me altogether; but be favourable to me every time I die, and bring me to life.

5 “And thereby it will be made known that Thou art a merciful God, who willest not that one should perish; who lovest not that one should fall; and who dost not condemn any one cruelly, badly, and by whole destruction.” 6 Then Adam remained silent.

7 And the Word of God came unto him, and blessed him, and comforted him, and covenanted with him, that He would save him at the end of the days determined upon him. 8 This, then, was the first offering Adam made unto God; and so it became his custom to do.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXVI.

1 THEN Adam took Eve, and they began to return to the Cave of Treasures where they dwelt. But when they neared it and saw it from afar, heavy sorrow fell upon Adam and Eve when they looked at it. 2 Then Adam said to Eve, “When we were on the mountain we were comforted by the Word of God that conversed with us; and the light that came from the east, shone over us. 3 “But now the Word of God is hidden from us; and the light that shone over us is so changed as to disappear, and let darkness and sorrow come upon us. 4 “And we are forced to enter this cave which is like a prison, wherein darkness covers us, so that we are parted from each other; and thou canst not see me, neither can I see thee.”

5 When Adam had said these words, they wept and spread their hands before God; for they were full of sorrow. 6 And they entreated God to bring the sun to them, to shine on them, so that darkness return not upon them, and they come not again under this covering of rock. And they wished to die rather than see the darkness.

7 Then God looked upon Adam and Eve and upon their great sorrow, and upon all they had done with a fervent heart, on account of all the trouble they were in, instead of their former well-being, and on account of all the misery that came upon them in a strange land. 8 Therefore God was not wroth with them; nor impatient with them; but He was longsuffering and forbearing towards them, as towards the children He had created. (God does not change His covenants, but He does offer mercy and protection. The same as the Word of the Lord has told us to Fear not and the Father will send the Holy Spirit to teach, guide, strengthen, give wisdom and comfort to us. We see in this the words spoken in John –

John 17:15-22

15 I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil. 16 They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. 17 Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. 18 As thou hast sent me into the world, even so have I also sent them into the world. 19 And for their sakes I sanctify myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth. 20 Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word; 21 That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me.” 22 And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we are one:

9 Then came the Word of God to Adam, and said unto him, “Adam, as for the sun, if I were to take it and bring it to thee, days, hours, years and months would all come to naught, and the covenant I have made with thee, would never be fulfilled. 10 “But thou shouldest then be turned and left in a long plague, and no salvation would be left to thee for ever. 11 “Yea, rather, bear long and calm thy soul while thou abidest night and day; until the fulfilment of the days, and the time of My covenant is come. 12 “Then shall I come and save thee, O Adam, for I do not wish that thou be afflicted.

13 “And when I look at all the good things in which thou didst live, and why thou camest out of them, then would I willingly show thee mercy. 14 “But I cannot alter the covenant that has gone out of My mouth; else would I have brought thee back into the garden. 15 “When, however, the covenant is fulfilled, then shall I show thee and thy seed mercy, and bring thee into a land of gladness, where there is neither sorrow nor suffering; but abiding joy and gladness, and light that never fails, and praises that never cease; and a beautiful garden that shall never pass away.”

16 And God said again unto Adam, “Be long-suffering and enter the cave, for the darkness, of which thou wast afraid, shall only be twelve hours long; and when ended, light shall arise.” 17 Then when Adam heard these words from God, he and Eve worshipped before Him, and their hearts were comforted. They returned into the cave after their custom, while tears flowed from their eyes, sorrow and wailing came from their hearts, and they wished their soul would leave their body.

18 And Adam and Eve stood praying, until the darkness of night came upon them, and Adam was hid from Eve, and she from him. 19 And they remained standing in prayer.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXVII.

The second tempting of Adam and Eve. The devil takes on the form of a beguiling light.

1 WHEN Satan, the hater of all good, saw how they continued in prayer, and how God communed with them, and comforted them, and how He had accepted their offering–Satan made an apparition. 2 He began with transforming his hosts; in his hands was a flashing fire, and they were in a great light.

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3 He then placed his throne near the mouth of the cave because he could not enter into it by reason of their prayers. And he shed light into the cave, until the cave glistened over Adam and Eve; while his hosts began to sing praises. (Satan placed his throne near the mouth of the cave?  Is this Satan’s throne the mount of transfiguration… near the cave the gates of hades? On top of Mt. Hermon?)

4 And Satan did this, in order that when Adam saw the light, he should think within himself that it was a heavenly light, and that Satan’s hosts were angels; and that God had sent them to watch at the cave, and to give him light in the darkness.

5 So that when Adam came out of the cave and saw them, and Adam and Eve bowed to Satan, then he would overcome Adam thereby, and a second time humble him before God. (Fasle gods, false worship…on Mt. Hermon? The pantheon of gods? Gates of Hades? Is this where all of these things took place?)

6 When, therefore, Adam and Eve saw the light, fancying it was real, they strengthened their hearts; yet, as they were trembling, Adam said to Eve: 7 “Look at that great light, and at those many songs of praise, and at that host standing outside that do not come in to us, do not tell us what they say, or whence they come, or what is the meaning of this light; what those praises are; wherefore they have been sent hither, and why they do not come in.

8 “If they were from God, they would come to us in the cave, and would tell us their errand.” (Finally Adam is learning discernment and now he sees the deception…he prays to God for answers first this time.)

9 Then Adam stood up and prayed unto God with a fervent heart, and said:10 “O Lord, is there in the world another god than Thou, who created angels and filled them with light, and sent them to keep us, who would come with them? 11 “But, lo, we see these hosts that stand at the mouth of the cave; they are in a great light; they sing loud praises. If they are of some other god than Thou, tell me; and if they are sent by Thee, inform me of the reason for which Thou hast sent them.”

12 No sooner had Adam said this, than an angel from God appeared unto him in the cave, who said unto him, “O Adam, fear not. This is Satan and his hosts; he wishes to deceive you as he deceived you at first. For the first time, he was hidden in the serpent; but this time he is come to you in the similitude of an angel of light; in order that, when you worshipped him, he might enthrall you, in the very presence of God.”

13 Then the angel went from Adam, and seized Satan at the opening of the cave, and stripped him of the feint he had assumed, and brought him in his own hideous form to Adam and Eve; who were afraid of him when they saw him. (Satan does have a hideous form when not shapeshifting.)

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14 And the angel said to Adam, “This hideous form has been his ever since God made him fall from heaven. He could not have come near you in it; therefore did he transform himself into an angel of light.” (So God explains why he transforms into an angel of light because his form is hideous and scares those who see it. In the same manner all the evil ones do is hidden, for if they come to you with the truth it is all hideous and they would not be able to deceive man to doing their bidding. For these are monsters of darkness and do wicked. Demons.)

15 Then the angel drove away Satan and his hosts from Adam and Eve, and said unto them, “Fear not; God who created you, will strengthen you.” 16 And the angel went from them.

17 But Adam and Eve remained standing in the cave; no consolation came to them; they were divided in their thoughts. (This is confusion…and God is not the author of confusion. This is mind control and how the devil works to create doubt and uncertainty.)

18 And when it was morning they prayed; and then went out to seek the garden. For their hearts were towards it, and they could get no consolation for having left it. (They were forever holding on to the memories of the Garden and not able to focus on the day for beating themselves up for their sins. This is what happens to us yet this very day. God is not beating us up… we are allowing the whispers of the demonic realm to tell us how bad we were and are and beat ourselves which changes nothing except makes us our own worse enemy. Satan laughs at us for doing this.)

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXVIII.

The Devil pretends to lead Adam and Eve to the water to bathe.

1 BUT when the wily Satan saw them, that they were going to the garden, he gathered together his host, and came in appearance upon a cloud, intent on deceiving them.  2 But when Adam and Eve saw him thus in a vision, they thought they were angels of God come to comfort them about their having left the garden, or to bring them back again into it. 3 And Adam spread his hands unto God, beseeching Him to make him understand what they were.

4 Then Satan, the hater of all good, said unto Adam, “O Adam, I am an angel of the great God; and, behold the hosts that surround me.

5 “God has sent me and them to take thee and bring thee to the border of the garden northwards; to the shore of the clear sea, and bathe thee and Eve in it, and raise you to your former gladness, that ye return again to the garden.” 6 These words sank into the heart of Adam and Eve.

7 Yet God withheld His Word from Adam, and did not make him understand at once, but waited to see his strength; whether he would be overcome as Eve was when in the garden, or whether he would prevail. (We are tested and tried as gold in the fire. Under constant deception from evil. Even coming to us as an angel of light. Will Adam fall for this deception and lead Eve to the same demise as himself…or will he have eyes to see?)

8 Then Satan called to Adam and Eve, and said, “Behold, we go to the sea of water,” and they began to go.

9 And Adam and Eve followed them at some little distance.

10 But when they came to the mountain to the north of the garden, a very high mountain, without any steps to the top of it, the Devil drew near to Adam and Eve, and made them go up to the top in reality, and not in a vision; wishing, as he did, to throw them down and kill them, and to wipe off their name from the earth; so that this earth should remain to him and his hosts alone.

(These words show the evil desires of the devil, and the difference between moving man in a mind controlled vision and leading him in reality with his own free will by whispering in his head to do awful things by believing a lie. This is how spiritual warfare works. For as it was said, when they came to the mountain to the north of the garden, a very high mountain, without any steps to the top of it, the devil made them to go to the top in reality? Not in a vision? Wishing to throw them down and kill them? His desire was to wipe their name off the face of the earth for they desired God and longed to return to the Garden of Eden and the devil wanted the earth for himself and his hosts alone. That says a lot. This is the very foundation of the devil’s Protocols of Sion.)

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXIX.

God tells Adam of the Devil’s purpose. (v. 4).

1 BUT when the merciful God saw that Satan wished to kill Adam with his manifold devices, and saw that Adam was meek and without guile, God spake unto Satan in a loud voice, and cursed him.

2 Then he and his hosts fled, and Adam and Eve remained standing on the top of the mountain, whence they saw below them the wide world, high above which they were. But they saw none of the host which anon were by them.

3 They wept, both Adam and Eve, before God, and begged for forgiveness of Him. 4 Then came the Word from God to Adam, and said unto him, “Know thou and understand concerning this Satan, that he seeks to deceive thee and thy seed after thee.” 5 And Adam wept before the Lord God, and begged and entreated Him to give him something from the garden, as a token to him, wherein to be comforted.

6 And God looked upon Adam’s thought, and sent the angel Michael as far as the sea that reaches unto India, to take from thence golden rods and bring them to Adam. 7 This did God in His wisdom, in order that these golden rods, being with Adam in the cave, should shine forth with light in the night around him, and put an end to his fear of the darkness. (What are these golden rods from the sea that reaches into India that bring light in the dark?)

8 Then the angel Michael went down by God’s order, took golden rods, as God had commanded him, and brought them to God.

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXX.

Adam receives the first worldly goods.

1 AFTER these things, God commanded the angel Gabriel to go down to the garden, and say to the cherub who kept it, “Behold, God has commanded me to come into the garden, and to take thence sweet smelling incense, and give it to Adam.”

2 Then the angel Gabriel went down by God’s order to the garden, and told the cherub as God had commanded him. 3 The cherub then said, “Well.” And Gabriel went in and took the incense. 4 Then God commanded His angel Raphael to go down to the garden, and speak to the cherub about some myrrh, to give to Adam.

5 And the angel Raphael went down and told the cherub as God had commanded him, and the cherub said, “Well.” Then Raphael went in and took the myrrh. 6 The golden rods were from the Indian sea, where there are precious stones. The incense was from the eastern border of the garden; and the myrrh from the western border, whence bitterness came upon Adam.

7 And the angels brought these three things to God, by the Tree of Life, in the garden.

8 Then God said to the angels, “Dip them in the spring of water; then take them and sprinkle their water over Adam and Eve, that they be a little comforted in their sorrow, and give them to Adam and Eve. 9 And the angels did as God had commanded them, and they gave all those things to Adam and Eve on the top of the mountain upon which Satan had placed them, when he sought to make an end of them.

10 And when Adam saw the golden rods, the incense and the myrrh, he was rejoiced and wept because he thought that the gold was a token of the kingdom whence he had come, that the incense was a token of the bright light which had been taken from him, and that the myrrh was a token of the sorrow in which he was.

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This is the true meaning of the gifts brought to Jesus from the wise men… these were of the same three tokens God gave to the first Adam. He also gave to the second Adam as a sign to the people that the promised Messiah, the one promised to Adam, had now come in the flesh as the Word, just as he had promised was to come.  And just as God had said, five thousand and five hundred years later, the same as 5 and a half days, to give His life for atonement of all sin, to overcome death and Hades and to set up His Kingdom that has no end. The golden rods being the a token of the Kingdom of God of which he came and the one promised to come…the frankincense (incense) was a token of the bright light that was taken from him, and the myrrh for a token of the sorrow in which he was.

Isaiah 53:3-5, “3 He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not. 4 Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. 5 But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. XXXI.

They make themselves more comfortable in the Cave of Treasures on the third day.

AFTER these things God said unto Adam, “Thou didst ask of Me something from the garden, to be comforted therewith, and I have given thee these three tokens as a consolation to thee; that thou trust in Me and in My covenant with thee.

2 “For I will come and save thee; and kings shall bring me when in the flesh, gold, incense and myrrh; gold as a token of My kingdom; incense as a token of My divinity; and myrrh as a token of My suffering and of My death. (And this did happen and it is written in the scriptures that it did. The book of Adam proclaimed these things, and they knew of these things at the time our savior was born. Why have they hidden these things from the world? Oh… it was hidden by the ruler of this world and those who do his bidding. That is where all good truth has been twisted up, and some of it just removed… with only those who persist and pray will find. Just as Adam had to pray for discernment and search for what was real and true and what was fake and an illusion.)

3 “But, O Adam, put these by thee in the cave; the gold that it may shed light over thee by night; the incense, that thou smell its sweet savour; and the myrrh, to comfort thee in thy sorrow.” (Today, we have been given the Holy Spirit to live in us and give us light of the Word, teach us, comfort us and the Word to live in us, and us in Him as One with the Father.)

4 When Adam heard these words from God, he worshipped before Him. He and Eve worshipped Him and gave Him thanks, because He had dealt mercifully with them.

5 Then God commanded the three angels, Michael, Gabriel and Raphael, each to bring what he had brought, and give it to Adam. And they did so, one by one. (So now we know why they said there were three wise men, magi…or kings of the orient….and each bearing gifts… one of gold, one of frankincense, and one of myrrh. These were as Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael… or were they transformed for the event?  I thought I would add that twist of entertaining angels unaware… just for an interesting point to ponder. What we know for sure these were for a sign that the Messiah had come. Nothing was by accident. All was by divine guidance and for our edification.)

6 And God commanded Suriyel and Salathiel to bear up Adam and Eve, and bring them down from the top of the high mountain, and to take them to the Cave of Treasures.

7 There they laid the gold on the south side of the cave, the incense on the eastern side, and the myrrh on the western side. For the mouth of the cave was on the north side.

8 The angels then comforted Adam and Eve, and departed.

9 The gold was seventy rods; the incense, twelve pounds; and the myrrh, three pounds. (What do these numbers and measurements represent? Are the 70 rods 70 years of Jubilees? Are the twelve pounds of incense representing 12 tribes, 12 apostles? Are the three representing the three days in the belly of the earth? The three days of the crucifixion, conquering death and hell and rising on the third? What do you know?)

10 These remained by Adam in the House of Treasures; therefore was it called “of concealment.” But other interpreters say it was called the “Cave of Treasures,” by reason of the bodies of righteous men that were in it.

11 These three things did God give to Adam, on the third day after he had come out of the garden, in token of the three days the Lord should remain in the heart of the earth.

12 And these three things, as they continued with Adam in the cave, gave him light by night; and by day they gave him a little relief from his sorrow.

In closing…there is one more “Oh Adam, Where For Art Thou?” to write…a Part 4. Coming soon.



By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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