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The Creation Of Adam And Eve


By James Donahue


In the Book of Genesis we are presented the story of the creation of the first man named Adam. The story goes on to tell how God give Adam a “helpmate” and created the first woman, Eve, from Adam’s rib.


Instead of blindly considering this story from its literal content, suppose we explore the story as a myth that attempted to explain in the best way the aboriginal mind could understand it, how contemporary humans, or Homo sapiens, came into being.


Adam is not a proper name. The word is a common noun in Hebrew that means “man.” “Yahveh formed ha-adam (the man) out of the dust of ha-adamah” or the ground. Adamah means ground, or dirt.


Thus the first man, or the Adam Kodman, was not necessarily called Adam, even though there are continual references to Adam throughout the Bible and including the New Testament. Adam was always used as a proper name but we believe this stemmed either from clerical errors or from the more contemporary decision by fundamental Christians to declare a literal translation of the Old Testament books.


If there was a first man placed on the planet magically by an outside force, he would not have had a language because he had no immediate need for communicating with others of his own kind. There would not have yet been others of his kind. Thus he probably had no name, or if he even gave it any thought, he called himself something with a guttural sound like Ugggg.


We do not believe the appearance of the first man was as simple as this story makes it appear, however. The discovery of various bones of primates with humanoid appearances that date far back into the past suggest something else was going on that preceded the arrival of modern man.


There appears to have been an effort by the early religious order and especially the Roman Catholic Church to cover up any references to DNA manipulation of earth primates by alien visitors. There was a decision to alter the historical record and remove all of the credit from “the gods” or the Elohim, and give it instead to the one God.


The Elohim reference, which means “gods” rather than “god,” and the Genesis report of the “sons of god” who came down to earth and mated with the daughters of men to create “mighty men who were of old, men of renown,” appear to point to an extraordinary historical event. It may have been a distant memory of alien manipulation of primate DNA. Such an event would have accelerated the intellect and awareness of the children of chosen primates so they became the first humans, or Homo sapiens. It is interesting to note that the word “homo” is the Latin word for ground.


From the variety of bones of humanoid-type primates found all over the world, there were many experiments with DNA implantations in various primates. That we have so many variations in race, language, skin color and customs of humans, it appears that we sprang from various sources and possibly from a variety of experiments. The races that exist today were the successful experiments. The Neanderthals were an almost successful variation that remained in competition for thousands of years before disappearing. Some researchers theorize that the Neanderthals and Homo sapiens simply cohabited.


Because humans may carry the DNA of the alien race that visited Earth, plus the bodies of primates that sprang from the earth, they might be the children of both the aliens, or “sons of god” who visited the planet, and the Mother Earth.


The whole story is told briefly in Genesis 6: “There were giants on the Earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.”


Is this not a description of an alien race of beings bringing a sexual revolution to Earth through the daughters of men who bore a new and modified generation of children? These children grew to be the “mighty men . . . of renown.”


That we are looking at DNA plantings is quite evident when we examine the story in Genesis 2 which explains how “God” created Eve. He caused “a deep sleep to fall on Adam . . . and He took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh in its place. Then the rib which the Lord God had taken from man He made into a woman.”


Anyone who knows anything about medicine understands that one of the best places to find DNA is from bone marrow. Thus this story tells of an early surgical procedure performed on a man to either remove, or alter the bone marrow of humans.


There is a strange story that has filtered down from surviving ancient Hebrew and other world text that tells of Lilith, the first wife of Adam. There are many variations of this story. One of the more interesting versions is that Adam preferred Eve because she was fair while Lilith was covered with hair.


This strange story suggests that whatever was going on during that period was causing rapid changes in the appearance and the mental thinking of the primates who were evolving into humans.