Who is adam and eve story

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The Adam and Eve Story: The History of Cataclysms by Chan Thomas

The latest video from the Bright Insight channel brought up this book I knew nothing about. After reading it, turns out this book might be the Necronomicon of the topics of catastrophism and Ice Age civilizations.

It had around 284 pages, was written back in 1963 and got published through a regular publishing house. It talks about our planet being locked into a cycle of pole shifts, earth crust displacements, that are the ones that have caused most of the mass extinctions beyond those caused by massive meteors (such as the one that produced the Chicxulub crater and wiped out the dinosaurs). Those mass extinctions would include the end of the last ice age, a time when 2 miles thick ice sheets disappeared from North America, Canada, and Northern Europe, and around 100 species of megafauna went extinct along with all the remaining species of human beings except for us. This book and other related texts argue that this cycle happens every 12,000 something years, and we are overdue for the current one.

It contains statements such as the following, said with the confidence of those backed by solid evidence, or of the absolutely insane:

So apparently once every few thousand years neutral matter escapes from the 860-mile-radius inner core into the 1300-mile thick molten outer core, and there is a literal atomic explosion inside the Earth. The explosion in the high energy layer of the outer core disrupts completely the electrical and magnetic structure in both the molten outer core and the outer 60-mile thick molten layer. Finally the ice caps are allowed to pull the shell of the earth around the interior, with the shallow molten layer lubricating the shift all the way.
You can see, then, that ice ages are not a matter of advancing and retreating ice; it’s simply that different areas of the Earth are in polar regions at different times, for different durations of time, with the changes between positions taking place in a fraction of a day.

The western coast of South America was not mountainous - the prehistoric city of Tiahuanaco, Peru, now at 12,500 feet above the Pacific, was then at sea level. It was a metropolis seaport, with a canal system for seagoing ships - as large as any we have today - traversing from the Pacific to the inland sea.
Astronomers of Tiahuanaco used telescopes like ours of today; and they had a huge satellite orbiting the earth - West to East, 449 times per year - which they used as a time standard, its orbit was so accurate.

About 11,500 years ago - in 9,550 B.C., as dated by astronomers from Potsdam Observatory from writings in the ruins of Tiahuanaco - the 60-mile thick shell of the earth shifted its position once more in ¼ to ½ a day, 7,000 years after the previous shift. The North Pole moved southward, and the Sudan Basin in Africa shifted to the North Pole. This was the time which the Talmud states was the setting of the Pleiades below the horizon, when the Holy Land was moved into a “region of terrible cold” for many generations - actually for 5,000 years until Noah’s flood, 6,500 years ago.

All in all, it could be discarded as a curious but in the end preposterous oddity from the sixties; after all, even my man Charles Hapgood, who wrote Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (that furthers the hypothesis that the Piri Reis map of the 16th century was compiled from pre-Sumerian, likely Ice Age maps from one or more lost civilizations) also wrote a book on pole shifts, but Hapgoods version apparently was debunked long ago. Every time the pole shift thing gets brought up, the scientific community refers to works like Hapgoods to shoo the concept away.

However, the worrying part about all this is that this book Im reviewing, written by a Chan Thomas, a rather obvious pseudonym by the lack on information on the subject, cannot be found in its complete, 284 pages long form that was published briefly in the sixties, because it got classified by the CIA. In fact, everybody can download the 57 pages long sanitized version that got released back in 2016 as part of a FOIA request. Every page features the line Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release. Thing is, this version of the pole shift hypothesis was the only one classified amongst all the others from that period (Charlie said it first merely three or four years before the publication of this book), and happens to be a version that adds an angle to the crust displacement hypothesis that would make it provable: that the trigger for it happens because of a chemical reaction in the viscous layer under the crust.

To go down the rabbit hole, watch the aforementioned Bright Insight video, and then Suspicious Observers series on the subject. One of the best early videos from that series is the following: video. It even has audio from astronauts from the Apollo missions (Apollo was the Sun god) who seem very interested in studying scorched and vitrified rocks, as if there had been a sort of secret intention of proving that the sun does indeed go micronova cyclically, which would trigger the aforementioned pole shifts due to the Earth being shotgun blasted with immense heat and thousands of radioactive materials. This hypothesis is not necessarily independent of the comet impact hypothesis, the idea that a comet or a bunch of them ended the Ice Age and that one of the Greenland craters recently found is the evidence; when a star goes micronova, part of its core gets ejected. Thats the comet stream you need for the comet impact hypothesis.

If you want to go deeper into conspiracy theory territory, consider that this Chan Thomas could have military connections, and the Cheyenne Mountain Complex which is part of NORAD was built, around the same time as this book was published, in a sweet spot that would have fared reasonably well in the apocalypse depicted in this book; or that the terrible movie 2012 is partially based on, or so they say, Hapgoods pole shift theory, although the events actually depict Chan Thomas version, and the CIA has been long known to slip references to classified stuff in Hollywood movies to test the publics response; or that a miriad of underground complexes that wouldnt suffer the destruction hypothesized by this theory, presumably financed through the Pentagons missing 21 trillion dollars, would explain the numerous and mysterious booms reported all over the country (which would actually be caused by underground construction work); etc. Finally, with all the previous information in mind, revisit the infamous frantic call to Coast to Coast from a couple decades ago. I had an uneasy night.
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Garden of Eden: What Do We Know About Adam and Eve?

Adam and Eve

I will go ahead and break the story of Adam and Eve down under the following captions. As Christians, we have to believe in the literal interpretation of the Bible. There are many secular and atheistic teachers and professors who are teaching in our high schools and colleges that man gradually evolved rather than actually being created by our Lord. However, the Bible tells us otherwise. The account in Genesis tells us very specifically, and without any other possible interpretation, that both man, the heavens, the earth, and all the creatures on the earth were all CREATED by the Lord — that they did not progressively evolve over some period of time. The very first verse in the Bible tells us that God created the heavens and the earth.

Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden. God and Jesus came and talked to them. There were many trees in the garden. God said Adam and Eve could eat.
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The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

Adam and Eve , according to the creation myth of the Abrahamic religions , [1] [2] were the first man and woman. They are central to the belief that humanity is in essence a single family, with everyone descended from a single pair of original ancestors. In the Book of Genesis of the Hebrew Bible , chapters one through five, there are two creation narratives with two distinct perspectives. In the first, Adam and Eve are not named. Instead, God created humankind in God's image and instructed them to multiply and to be stewards over everything else that God had made. In the second narrative, God fashions Adam from dust and places him in the Garden of Eden. Adam is told that he can eat freely of all the trees in the garden, except for a tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Adam and Eve , in the Judeo-Christian and Islamic traditions, the original human couple, parents of the human race. In the Bible there are two accounts of their creation. The two were persons of innocence until Eve yielded to the temptations of the evil serpent and Adam joined her in eating the forbidden fruit, whereupon they both recognized their nakedness and donned fig leaves as garments. Immediately God recognized their transgression and proclaimed their punishments—for the woman, pain in childbirth and subordination to man and, for the man, relegation to an accursed ground with which he must toil and sweat for his subsistence. Their first children were Cain and Abel. Abel, the keeper of sheep, was highly regarded by God and was killed by Cain out of envy.

First-School MakingLearningFun. God took some clay from the ground and made the shape of a man. Then He breathed gently into the shape. The man's eye's opened and he began to live. God called him Adam. The Lord made a beautiful garden for him to live in. The garden, called Eden, was full of many wonderful things.


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  3. Conslecvosi1984 says:

    Adam and Eve, according to the creation myth of the Abrahamic religions, were the first man The story of Adam and Eve is often depicted in art, and it has had an important influence in literature and poetry. The story of the fall of Adam is often.

  4. Secophifa says:

    God created the first man Adam and then created the first woman, Eve. God put Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden to care and nuture the land. He told Adam and Eve that they could eat from any fruit from the trees except for the tree of good and evil.

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