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This page will be about Aliens.  If you think it’s rubbish, may I suggest you renew or revamp your mind.

Where do we find them in the Bible?

That’s quite simple and it is in Genesis 3 v 14-15.

14 And the Lord God said unto the serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt thou go, (he was standing) (serpent – reptilian) and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life:

15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

Now this is interesting did this or was this reptilian living for ever?  Was he eternal?  see next video.  Typical they deleted it So now I have had to.  So what I have done about it?  I have copied and embedded videos into my site.  Which blows out the Bandwidth which means the costs go up!  Either way the hide the truth or just make it expensive for one to exposure the truth.

Video by DaaBoo77  04082015

here is again just in case someone deletes that video

Here’s a video by Alex Jones talking about aliens and so on just to bring some balance to this site!  After all if you want to know the truth then one must listen to many sides of the story(s) being told.

So here’s one from Blondie sing about the Man from Mars call the Rapture!  LOL, funny how people interrupt the rapture, cause it ain’t true!

Certainly as when the days of Noah commence in earnest on the 23/09/2017 we will know.

We find the Reptilian race the reptiles.  Also that they are in the Bible which means they are true otherwise they would not be in it.

Where was Satan / Lucifer at this time?

This is also quite easy it is also in the Bible. Ezekiel 28 KJV

12 Son of man, take up a lamentation upon the king of Tyrus, and say unto him, Thus saith the Lord God; Thou sealest up the sum, full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty.

13 Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold: the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou wast created.

14 Thou art the anointed cherub that covereth; and I have set thee so: thou wast upon the holy mountain of God; thou hast walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire.

15 Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee.

16 By the multitude of thy merchandise they have filled the midst of thee with violence, and thou hast sinned: therefore I will cast thee as profane out of the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire.

17 Thine heart was lifted up because of thy beauty, thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of thy brightness: I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay thee before kings, that they may behold thee.

18 Thou hast defiled thy sanctuaries by the multitude of thine iniquities, by the iniquity of thy traffick; therefore will I bring forth a fire from the midst of thee, it shall devour thee, and I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth in the sight of all them that behold thee.

19 All they that know thee among the people shall be astonished at thee: thou shalt be a terror, and never shalt thou be any more.

 I thought there were just a few like three, however some say there is up to 58 different types of Aliens, The Devils Seed! Even a whole book about them link below  click to download  14 meg.

  1. The Greys

  2. The Reptilian’s

  3. The Shadow People

  4. Heres a video of the 58 races

“By the multitude of thy merchandise” Satan I believe was the first stock broker, trading in the stock of Angels!

In the book of Enoch it says around 200 angels left they abode (place of righteousness and mated with the beautiful human girls.  These were probably the most beautiful women that ever walked on Earth due to their gene pool was probably fairly pure where today’s our’s are not according to scientists. Due to the pureness of the women’s gene’s remember people were living nine hundreds each at this time, due to the pureness they probably very good looking.

Seeing these beautiful creations of God, the Angels conspiracy together (around 200) had sex with them and out came giant’s, after a while these giants were eating so much, the land could not sustain them, and due to this they decided to eat man kind.  Therefore God created the Flood to destroy them and man off the face of the Earth except for Noah and his family. 8 humans in total out of the millions and maybe in the billions were destroyed.

At the same time was the technology was destroyed.

According to Lloyd Buckman who used to work in area 51 the Aliens come from a planet around 60 light years away and it takes them 15 minutes to get to Earth.  If that is the case then we should see some evidence of that.  Because these aliens are on Earth and coming to Earth.   See video below, notice the RED space craft how fast it took off from earth and disappeared.

Now the interesting thing is, that Jesus died for us, and God says For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believe in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 KJV

Jesus did not die for the universe he did not die for the Milky Way, no but He die for this Earth this World called planet earth.

He did not die for the Devils or the reptilians or shadow people or the greys he died for human beings.

See the size of that UFO that was not made on Earth, it was not made in the sun either but it must have been made in Space or one massively big planet.

All I can say is the days of Noah are upon us and will increase greatly between now and 23/09/2017 when the angels get thrown to earth.  Then we will be in the days of noah made no mistake about that it is going to be a very interesting time.

 Here’s another interesting video including an Alien gadget, perfectly made of Gold and clear see through top.


58 why 58 races of Aliens.  Break that down that is 29 times 2.

29 is 2 for separation and 9 for the maximum one can go before starting at 10. OR

2+9 is 11 for Disorder.

58 is 5+8 = 13 Fibonacci change number and uncertainty.

13 is 1+3 = 4  4 is for creation.  Part of creation, Not necessarily God’s creation but possibly the Eggs and sperm of Animals and Humans blended to make a race.

Lets see what the first book of Adam & Eve have to say about the fall of them from Grace.

1800’s by Dr. S. C. Malan and Dr. E. Trumpp. They translated into King James English from both the Arabic version and the Ethiopic version which was then published in The Forgotten Books of Eden in 1927 by The World Publishing Company. In 1995, the text was extracted from a copy of The Forgotten Books of Eden and converted to electronic form
by Dennis Hawkins. It was then translated into more modern English by simply exchanging ‘Thou’ s for ‘You’s, ‘Art’s for ‘Are’s, and so forth. The text was then carefully re−read to ensure its integrity.

Chapter I  The crystal sea, God commands Adam, expelled from Eden, to live in the Cave of Treasures.

1 On the third day, God planted the garden in the east of the earth, on the border of the world eastward,
beyond which, towards the sun−rising, one finds nothing but water, that encompasses the whole world, and
reaches to the borders of heaven.

2 And to the north of the garden there is a sea of water, clear and pure to the taste, unlike anything else; so
that, through the clearness thereof, one may look into the depths of the earth.

3 And when a man washes himself in it, he becomes clean of the cleanness thereof, and white of its whiteness
even if he were dark.

4 And God created that sea of his own good pleasure, for He knew what would come of the man He would
make; so that after he had left the garden, on account of his transgression, men should be born in the earth.
Among them are righteous ones who will die, whose souls God would raise at the last day; when all of them
will return to their flesh, bathe in the water of that sea, and repent of their sins.

5 But when God made Adam go out of the garden, He did not place him on the border of it northward. This was so that he and Eve would not be able to go near to the sea of water where they could wash themselves in it, be cleansed from their sins, erase the transgression they had committed, and be no longer reminded of it in the thought of their punishment.

6 As to the southern side of the garden, God did not want Adam to live there either; because, when the wind
blew from the north, it would bring him, on that southern side, the delicious smell of the trees of the garden.

Chapter I  The crystal sea, God commands Adam, expelled from Eden, to live in the Cave of Treasures. 

7 Wherefore God did not put Adam there. This was so that he would not be able to smell the sweet smell of
those trees, forget his transgression, and find consolation for what he had done by taking delight in the smell
of the trees and yet not be cleansed from his transgression.

8 Again, also, because God is merciful and of great pity, and governs all things in a way that He alone knows
He made our father Adam live in the western border of the garden, because on that side the earth is very

9 And God commanded him to live there in a cave in a rock −− the Cave of Treasures below the garden.

Chapter IIAdam and Eve faint when they leave the Garden. God sends His Word to encourage them.

1 But when our father Adam, and Eve, went out of the garden, they walked the ground on their feet, not
knowing they were walking.

2 And when they came to the opening of the gate of the garden, and saw the broad earth spread before them,
covered with stones large and small, and with sand, they feared and trembled, and fell on their faces, from the
fear that came over them; and they were as dead.

3 Because whereas until this time they had been in the garden land, beautifully planted with all manner of
trees  they now saw themselves, in a strange land, which they knew not, and had never seen.

4 And because, when they were in the garden they were filled with the grace of a bright nature, and they had
not hearts turned toward earthly things.

5 Therefore God had pity on them; and when He saw them fallen before the gate of the garden, He sent His
Word to our father, Adam and Eve, and raised them from their fallen state.

Chapter III Concerning the promise of the great five and a half days.

1 God said to Adam, “I have ordained on this earth days and years, and you and your descendants shall live
and walk in them, until the days and years are fulfilled; when I shall send the Word that created you, and
against which you have transgressed, the Word that made you come out of the garden, and that raised you
when you were fallen.

2 Yes, the Word that will again save you when the five and a half days are fulfilled.”

3 But when Adam heard these words from God, and of the great five and a half days, he did not understand
the meaning of them.

4 For Adam was thinking there would be only five and a half days for him until the end of the world.

5 And Adam cried, and prayed to God to explain it to him. 6 Then God in his mercy for Adam who was made
after His own image and likeness, explained to him, that these were
5,000 and 500 years; and how One would then come and save him and his descendants.
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Chapter IIAdam and Eve faint when they leave 4

7 But before that, God had made this covenant with our father, Adam, in the same terms, before he came out
of the garden, when he was by the tree where Eve took of the fruit and gave it to him to eat.

8 Because, when our father Adam came out of the garden, he passed by that tree, and saw how God had
changed the appearance of it into another form, and how it shriveled.

9 And as Adam went to it he feared, trembled and fell down; but God in His mercy lifted him up, and then
made this covenant with him.

10 And again, when Adam was by the gate of the garden, and saw the cherub with a sword of flashing fire in
his hand, and the cherub grew angry and frowned at him, both Adam and Eve became afraid of him, and
thought he meant to put them to death. So they fell on their faces, trembled with fear.

11 But he had pity on them, and showed them mercy; and turning from them went up to heaven, and prayed
to the Lord, and said; 

12 “Lord, You sent me to watch at the gate of the garden, with a sword of fire.

13 But when Your servants, Adam and Eve, saw me, they fell on their faces, and were as dead. O my Lord,
what shall we do to Your servants?”

14 Then God had pity on them, and showed them mercy, and sent His Angel to keep the garden.

15 And the Word of the Lord came to Adam and Eve, and raised them up.

16 And the Lord said to Adam, “I told you that at the end of the five and a half days, I will send my Word and
save you.

17 Strengthen your heart, therefore, and stay in the Cave of Treasures, of which I have before spoken to you.”

18 And when Adam heard this Word from God, he was comforted with that which God had told him. For He
had told him how He would save him.

Chapter IVAdam mourns over the changed conditions. Adam and Eve
enter the Cave of Treasures.

1 But Adam and Eve cried for having come out of the garden, their first home.

2 And indeed, when Adam looked at his flesh, that was altered, he cried bitterly, he and Eve, over what they
had done. And they walked and went gently down into the Cave of Treasures.

3 And as they came to it, Adam cried over himself and said to Eve, “Look at this cave that is to be our prison
in this world, and a place of punishment!

4 What is it compared with the garden? What is its narrowness compared with the space of the other?

5 What is this rock, by the side of those groves? What is the gloom of this cavern, compared with the light of
the garden?

Chapter IV Adam mourns over the changed conditions. Adam and Eve enter the Cave of Treasures.

6 What is this overhanging ledge of rock to shelter us, compared with the mercy of the Lord that
overshadowed us?

7 What is the soil of this cave compared with the garden land? This earth, strewed with stones; and that,
planted with delicious fruit trees?”

8 And Adam said to Eve, “Look at your eyes, and at mine, which before beheld angels praising in heaven;
and they too, without ceasing.

9 But now we do not see as we did; our eyes have become of flesh; they cannot see like they used to see

10 Adam said again to Eve, “What is our body today, compared to what it was in former days, when we lived
in the garden?”

11 After this, Adam did not want to enter the cave, under the overhanging rock; nor would he ever want to
enter it.

12 But he bowed to God’s orders; and said to himself, “Unless I enter the cave, I shall again be a transgressor.”

Chapter V Eve makes a noble and emotional intercession, taking the blame on herself.

1 Then Adam and Eve entered the cave, and stood praying, in their own tongue, unknown to us, but which
they knew well.

2 And as they prayed, Adam raised his eyes and saw the rock and the roof of the cave

3 And Eve sat crying; for she believed he was dead.

4 Then she got up, spread her hands toward God, appealing to Him for mercy and pity, and said, “O God,
forgive me my sin, the sin which I committed, and don’t remember it against me.

5 For I alone caused Your servant to fall from the garden into this condemned land; from light into this
darkness; and from the house of joy into this prison.

6 O God, look at this Your servant fallen in this manner, and bring him back to life, that he may cry and
repent of his transgression which he committed through me.

7 Don’t take away his soul right now; but let him live that he may stand after the measure of his repentance,
and do Your will, as before his death.

8 But if You do not bring him back to life, then, O God, take away my own soul, that I be like him, and leave
me not in this dungeon, one and alone; for I could not stand alone in this world, but with him only.

9 For You, O God, caused him to fall asleep, and took a bone from his side, and restored the flesh in the place
of it, by Your divine power.

Chapter V Eve makes a noble and emotional intercession, taking the blame on herself. 6

10 And You took me, the bone, and make me a woman, bright like him, with heart, reason, and speech; and
in flesh, like to his own; and You made me after the likeness of his looks, by Your mercy and power.

11 O Lord, I and he are one, and You, O God, are our Creator, You are He who made us both in one day.

12 Therefore, O God, give him life, that he may be with me in this strange land, while we live in it on account
of our transgression.

13 But if You will not give him life, then take me, even me, like him; that we both may die the same day.”

14 And Eve cried bitterly, and fell on our father Adam; from her great sorrow.

Chapter VI God’s reprimand to Adam and Eve in which he points out how and why they sinned.

1 But God looked at them; for they had killed themselves through great grief.

2 But He decided to raise them and comfort them.

3 He, therefore, sent His Word to them; that they should stand and be raised immediately.

4 And the Lord said to Adam and Eve, “You transgressed of your own free will, until you came out of the
garden in which I had placed you.

5 Of your own free will have you transgressed through your desire for divinity, greatness, and an exalted
state, such as I have; so that I deprived you of the bright nature in which you then were, and I made you come
out of the garden to this land, rough and full of trouble.

6 If only you had not transgressed My commandment and had kept My law, and had not eaten of the fruit of
the tree which I told you not to come near! And there were fruit trees in the garden better than that one.

7 But the wicked Satan did not keep his faith and had no good intent towards Me, that although I had created
him, he considered Me to be useless, and sought the Godhead for himself; for this I hurled him down from
heaven so that he could not remain in his first estate −it was he who made the tree appear pleasant in your
eyes, until you ate of it, by believing his words.

8 Thus have you transgressed My commandment, and therefore I have brought on you all these sorrows.

9 For I am God the Creator, who, when I created My creatures, did not intend to destroy them. But after they
had sorely roused My anger, I punished them with grievous plagues, until they repent.
10 But, if on the contrary, they still continue hardened in their transgression, they shall be under a curse

Chapter VIIThe beasts are appeased.

1 When Adam and Eve heard these words from God, they cried and sobbed yet more; but they strengthened
their hearts in God, because they now felt that the Lord was to them like a father and a mother; and for this
very reason, they cried before Him, and sought mercy from Him.

Chapter VI God’s reprimand to Adam and Eve in which he points out how and why they sinned.

2 Then God had pity on them, and said: “O Adam, I have made My covenant with you, and I will not turn
from it; neither will I let you return to the garden, until My covenant of the great five and a half days is

3 Then Adam said to God, “O Lord, You created us, and made us fit to be in the garden; and before I
transgressed, You made all beasts come to me, that I should name them.

4 Your grace was then on me; and I named every one according to Your mind; and you made them all subject
to me.

5 But now, O Lord God, that I have transgressed Your commandment, all beasts will rise against me and will
devour me, and Eve Your handmaid; and will cut off our life from the face of the earth.

6 I therefore beg you, O God, that since You have made us come out of the garden, and have made us be in a
strange land, You will not let the beasts hurt us.”

7 When the Lord heard these words from Adam, He had pity on him, and felt that he had truly said that the
beasts of the field would rise and devour him and Eve, because He, the Lord, was angry with the two of them
on account of their transgressions.

8 Then God commanded the beasts, and the birds, and all that moves on the earth, to come to Adam and to be
familiar with him, and not to trouble him and Eve; nor yet any of the good and righteous among their

9 Then all the beasts paid homage to Adam, according to the commandment of God; except the serpent,
against which God was angry. It did not come to Adam, with the beasts.

Chapter VIII The “Bright Nature” of man is taken away.

1 Then Adam cried and said, “O God, when we lived in the garden, and our hearts were lifted up, we saw the
angels that sang praises in heaven, but now we can’t see like we used to; no, when we entered the cave, all
creation became hidden from us.”

2 Then God the Lord said to Adam, “When you were under subjection to Me, you had a bright nature within
you, and for that reason could you see things far away. But after your transgression your bright nature was
withdrawn from you; and it was not left to you to see things far away, but only near at hand; after the ability
of the flesh; for it is brutish.”

3 When Adam and Eve had heard these words from God, they went their way; praising and worshipping Him
with a sorrowful heart.

4 And God ceased to commune with them.

Chapter IXWater from the Tree of Life. Adam and Eve near drowning.

1 Then Adam and Eve came out of the Cave of Treasures, and went near to the garden gate, and there they
stood to look at it, and cried for having come away from it.

2 And Adam and Eve went from before the gate of the garden to the southern side of it, and found there the
water that watered the garden, from the root of the Tree of Life, and that split itself from there into four rivers

Chapter VIII The “Bright Nature” of man is taken away.  over the earth.

3 Then they came and went near to that water, and looked at it; and saw that it was the water that came forth
from under the root of the Tree of Life in the garden.

4 And Adam cried and wailed, and beat his chest, for being severed from the garden; and said to Eve: −−

5 “Why have you brought on me, on yourself, and on our descendants, so many of these plagues and

6 And Eve said to him, “What is it you have seen that has caused you to cry and to speak to me in this

7 And he said to Eve, “Do you not see this water that was with us in the garden, that watered the trees of the
garden, and flowed out from there?

8 And we, when we were in the garden, did not care about it; but since we came to this strange land, we love
it, and turn it to use for our body.”

9 But when Eve heard these words from him, she cried; and from the soreness of their crying, they fell into
that water; and would have put an end to themselves in it, so as never again to return and behold the creation;
for when they looked at the work of creation, they felt they must put an end to themselves.

Chapter X Their bodies need water after they leave the garden.

1 Then God, merciful and gracious, looked at them thus lying in the water, and close to death, and sent an
angel, who brought them out of the water, and laid them on the seashore as dead.

2 Then the angel went up to God, was welcome, and said, “O God, Your creatures have breathed their last.”

3 Then God sent His Word to Adam and Eve, who raised them from their death.

4 And Adam said, after he was raised, “O God, while we were in the garden we did not require, or care for
this water; but since we came to this land we cannot do without it.”

5 Then God said to Adam, “While you were under My command and were a bright angel, you knew not this

6 But now that you have transgressed My commandment, you can not do without water, wherein to wash
your body and make it grow; for it is now like that of beasts, and is in want of water.”

7 When Adam and Eve heard these words from God, they cried a bitter cry; and Adam entreated God to let
him return into the garden, and look at it a second time.

8 But God said to Adam, “I have made you a promise; when that promise is fulfilled, I will bring you back
into the garden, you and your righteous descendants.”

9 And God ceased to commune with Adam.

Chapter XIA recollection of the glorious days in the Garden.

1 Then Adam and Eve felt themselves burning with thirst, and heat, and sorrow.

2 And Adam said to Eve, “We shall not drink of this water, even if we were to die. O Eve, when this water
comes into our inner parts, it will increase our punishments and that of our descendants.”

3 Both Adam and Eve then went away from the water, and drank none of it at all; but came and entered the
Cave of Treasures.

4 But when in it Adam could not see Eve; he only heard the noise she made. Neither could she see Adam, but
heard the noise he made.

5 Then Adam cried, in deep affliction, and beat his chest; and he got up and said to Eve, “Where are you?”

6 And she said to him, “Look, I am standing in this darkness.”

7 He then said to her, “Remember the bright nature in which we lived, when we lived in the garden!

8 O Eve! Remember the glory that rested on us in the garden. O Eve! Remember the trees that overshadowed
us in the garden while we moved among them.

9 O Eve! Remember that while we were in the garden, we knew neither night nor day. Think of the Tree of
Life, from below which flowed the water, and that shed lustre over us! Remember, O Eve, the garden land,
and the brightness thereof!

10 Think, oh think of that garden in which was no darkness, while we lived in it.

11 Whereas no sooner did we come into this Cave of Treasures than darkness surrounded us all around; until
we can no longer see each other; and all the pleasure of this life has come to an end.”

Chapter XII How darkness came between Adam and Eve.

1 Then Adam beat his chest, he and Eve, and they mourned the whole night until the crack of dawn, and they
sighed over the length of the night in Miyazia.

2 And Adam beat himself, and threw himself on the ground in the cave, from bitter grief, and because of the
darkness, and lay there as dead.

3 But Eve heard the noise he made in falling on the ground. And she felt about for him with her hands, and
found him like a corpse.

4 Then she was afraid, speechless, and remained by him.

5 But the merciful Lord looked on the death of Adam, and on Eve’s silence from fear of the darkness.

6 And the Word of God came to Adam and raised him from his death, and opened Eve’s mouth that she might speak.

7 Then Adam stood up in the cave and said, “O God, why has light departed from us, and darkness covered
us? Why did you leave us in this long darkness? Why do you plague us like this?

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Chapter XIA recollection of the glorious days in the Garden. 10

8 And this darkness, O Lord, where was it before it covered us? It is because of this that we cannot see each

9 For so long as we were in the garden, we neither saw nor even knew what darkness is. I was not hidden
from Eve, neither was she hidden from me, until now that she cannot see me; and no darkness came over us
to separate us from each other.

10 But she and I were both in one bright light. I saw her and she saw me. Yet now since we came into this
cave, darkness has covered us, and separated us from each other, so that I do not see her, and she does not see

11 O Lord, will You then plague us with this darkness?”

Chapter XIII The fall of Adam. Why night and day were created.

1 Then when God, who is merciful and full of pity, heard Adam’s voice, He said to him: 

2 “O Adam, so long as the good angel was obedient to Me, a bright light rested on him and on his hosts.

3 But when he transgressed My commandment, I deprived him of that bright nature, and he became dark.

4 And when he was in the heavens, in the realms of light, he knew nothing of darkness.

5 But he transgressed, and I made him fall from the heaven onto the earth; and it was this darkness that came
over him.

6 And on you, O Adam, while in My garden and obedient to Me, did that bright light rest also.

7 But when I heard of your transgression, I deprived you of that bright light. Yet, of My mercy, I did not turn
you into darkness, but I made you your body of flesh, over which I spread this skin, in order that it may bear
cold and heat.

8 If I had let My wrath fall heavily on you, I should have destroyed you; and had I turned you into darkness,
it would have been as if I had killed you.

9 But in My mercy, I have made you as you are; when you transgressed My commandment, O Adam, I drove
you from the garden, and made you come forth into this land; and commanded you to live in this cave; and
darkness covered you, as it did over him who transgressed My commandment.

10 Thus, O Adam, has this night deceived you. It is not to last forever; but is only of twelve hours; when it is
over, daylight will return.

11 Sigh not, therefore, neither be moved; and say not in your heart that this darkness is long and drags on
wearily; and say not in your heart that I plague you with it.

12 Strengthen your heart, and be not afraid. This darkness is not a punishment. But, O Adam, I have made the
day, and have placed the sun in it to give light; in order that you and your children should do your work.

13 For I knew you would sin and transgress, and come out into this land. Yet I wouldn’t force you, nor be
heard over you, nor shut up; nor doom you through your fall; nor through your coming out from light into

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Chapter XIIIThe fall of Adam. Why night and day were created.

11 darkness; nor yet through your coming from the garden into this land.

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14 For I made you of the light; and I willed to bring out children of light from you and like to you.

15 But you did not keep My commandment one day; until I had finished the creation and blessed everything
in it.

16 Then, concerning the tree, I commanded you not to eat of it. Yet I knew that Satan, who deceived himself,
would also deceive you.

17 So I made known to you by means of the tree, not to come near him. And I told you not to eat of the fruit
thereof, nor to taste of it, nor yet to sit under it, nor to yield to it.

18 Had I not been and spoken to you, O Adam, concerning the tree, and had I left you without a
commandment, and you had sinned −− it would have been an offence on My part, for not having given you
any order; you would turn around and blame Me for it.

19 But I commanded you, and warned you, and you fell. So that My creatures cannot blame Me; but the
blame rests on them alone.

20 And, O Adam, I have made the day so that you and your descendants can work and toil in it. And I have
made the night for them to rest in it from their work; and for the beasts of the field to go forth by night and
look for their food.

21 But little of darkness now remains, O Adam, and daylight will soon appear.”

Chapter XIV The earliest prophesy of the coming of Christ.

1 Then Adam said to God: “O Lord, take You my soul, and let me not see this gloom any more; or remove
me to some place where there is no darkness.”

2 But God the Lord said to Adam, “Indeed I say to you, this darkness will pass from you, every day I have
determined for you, until the fulfillment of My covenant; when I will save you and bring you back again into
the garden, into the house of light you long for, in which there is no darkness*. I will bring you to it −− in the
kingdom of heaven.”

3 Again said God to Adam, “All this misery that you have been made to take on yourself because of your
transgression, will not free you from the hand of Satan, and will not save you.

4 But I will. When I shall come down from heaven, and shall become flesh of your descendants, and take on
Myself the infirmity from which you suffer, then the darkness that covered you in this cave shall cover Me in
the grave, when I am in the flesh of your descendants.

5 And I, who am without years, shall be subject to the reckoning of years, of times, of months, and of days,
and I shall be reckoned as one of the sons of men, in order to save you.”

6 And God ceased to commune with Adam.

* Reference: John 12:46

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Chapter XIV The earliest prophesy of the coming of Christ.

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Chapter XVAdam and Eve grieve over the suffering of God to save them from their sins.

1 Then Adam and Eve cried and sorrowed by reason of God’s word to them, that they should not return to the
garden until the fulfillment of the days decreed on them; but mostly because God had told them that He
should suffer for their salvation.

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

1 After this, Adam and Eve continued to stand in the cave, praying and crying, until the morning dawned on

2 And when they saw the light returned to them, they retrained from fear, and strengthened their hearts.

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 sunrise 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.

4 He then cried and beat his chest, then he fell on the ground 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 Because 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 its flaming heat touch his body.

8 Therefore he was 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 thinking like this in his heart, the Word of God came to him and said: −−

11 “O Adam, get up on your feet. This sun is not God; but it has been created to give light by day, of which I
spoke to you in the cave saying, ‘that the dawn would come, and there would be light by day.’

12 But I am God who comforted you in the night.” (Jesus the word saying He is God), i.e. God the Father, Jesus the God and God the Holy Spirit.

13 And God ceased to commune with Adam.

Chapter XVIIThe Chapter of the Serpent.

1 The Adam and Eve came out at the mouth of the cave, and went towards the garden.

2 But as they went near 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 wiggling

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Chapter XVAdam and Eve grieve over the suffering of God to save them from their sins.

13 on its breast on the ground, by reason of the curse that fell on it from God.

3 And whereas before 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 living, 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 lived in one beautiful home, 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 home, and would not drink of the water it drank; but fled from it.

Chapter XVIIIThe 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, acted like it would kill them.

2 It made straight for Eve, and ran after her; while Adam standing by, cried because he had no stick in his
hand with which to hit the serpent, and did not know 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 to him: (Could still talk and make sound)

4 “O Adam, because of you and of Eve, I am slippery, and go on my belly.” Then with its great strength, it
threw down Adam and Eve and squeezed them, and tried to kill them. bo-constrictor 

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 to it, “The first time I made you slick, and made you to
go on your belly; but I did not deprive you of speech.

7 This time, however, you will be mute, and you and your race (Hold on how many races are there) (question is each animal a race? Would seem so) will speak no more; because, the first time My creatures were ruined because of you, and this time you tried to kill them.”

8 Then the serpent was struck mute, and was no longer able to speak.

9 And a wind blew down from heaven by the command of God and carried away the serpent from Adam and
Eve, and threw it on the seashore where it landed in India.

Now that explains a Lot about India!

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