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Exploring secrets of Genesis

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posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 02:50 AM
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According to the Hebrew Bible it states about the formation of elements of earth, fire, water and air. These signify ancient alchemist knowledge encoded within seven levels of initiation for the acolyte.

The primary source came from the egyptian mystery schools, possibly adapted from an earlier paradigm.

The inclusion of the serpent of the garden is a representation of consciousness and healing.

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posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 03:15 AM
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a reply to: Tindalos2013

I rarely reply to religious threats because i don't care enough about religion to do so but are you really going to try and have the reader believe that after all these years you or someone else has discovered some 'secret' in the bible that know has ever found before??? How do know some bloke has not found whatever you or someone else has found hundreds of years ago.

sorry mate but incredulity knows no bounds.



posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 03:30 AM
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a reply to: Tindalos2013

I'm getting the word............evidence

Cheers



posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 03:51 AM
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originally posted by: Tindalos2013
According to the Hebrew Bible it states about the formation of elements of earth, fire, water and air. These signify ancient alchemist knowledge encoded within seven levels of initiation for the acolyte.

The primary source came from the egyptian mystery schools, possibly adapted from an earlier paradigm.

The inclusion of the serpent of the garden is a representation of consciousness and healing.


The "Hebrew Bible" (I am assuming you mean the Torah) does not make reference to those four things as 'elements'. The concept of elements arose with the Ancient Greeks and specifically with Plato in 360 BC (and who also proposed that there were four elements, as you have listed). This was thousands of years after the Torah originated, approximately in 1,300 BC.

Sections of the Bible are believed to pre-date the Egyptian Empires (plural, because there were many).

Most of the book of Genesis professes to portray events prior to the Egyptian empires.

According to scholars and tradition, the first five books of the Torah were written by Moses, an adopted Egyptian prince. Surprisingly, considering the author, those five books do not seem to echo anything significant from Egyptian culture or works like the Book of the Dead.



posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 05:03 AM
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It is a common mistake to assume Genesis 1 is the creation. In Gen 1, things are "created" or "made," but they are actually "formed" in Gen 2. You might think of "created" as meaning "conceived" and "made" as being "plans drawn up" for the eventual "formation" of the creation. Hence, the first thing on Earth was man, then a garden was made for man to take care of. God "formed" everything in front of man so man could see how things were "formed."

The amount of time given from now back to Adam is based on the date of the original sin, not on the actual age of Adam. Adam could have been in the garden for a very long time, quite happy with his wife, until eventually the sin did them in. There could be a long gap between Gen 2 and Gen 3.

Adam was made in the image and likeness of God. Then, when Adam fell, he was no longer in the image of God. Following that, Adam's descendants were in the image of Adam, a fallen, mortal being. (Gen 5).

So, the solution to your dilemma may be in the time it took Adam to fall from grace....and that could have been a very, very long time.

Hope this helps. www.ecclesia.org...
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posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 05:53 AM
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No Scripture references for the elements (air, water, fire, air)?

On the other hand, there is this:

Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning (time) God (consciousness) created (energy) the heaven (space) and the earth (matter).

So, your Hebrew Bible is far more advanced than mere alchemy, laying down in its first verse the concepts of modern physics.



posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 09:19 AM
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originally posted by: Lazarus Short
No Scripture references for the elements (air, water, fire, air)?

On the other hand, there is this:

Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning (time) God (consciousness) created (energy) the heaven (space) and the earth (matter).

So, your Hebrew Bible is far more advanced than mere alchemy, laying down in its first verse the concepts of modern physics.


Holy crap you must enjoy leapfrogging....

But what does consciousness have to do with physics?



posted on Feb, 15 2015 @ 05:51 PM
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originally posted by: Prezbo369

originally posted by: Lazarus Short
No Scripture references for the elements (air, water, fire, air)?

On the other hand, there is this:

Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning (time) God (consciousness) created (energy) the heaven (space) and the earth (matter).

So, your Hebrew Bible is far more advanced than mere alchemy, laying down in its first verse the concepts of modern physics.


Holy crap you must enjoy leapfrogging....

But what does consciousness have to do with physics?


Leapfrogging? I like to have fun here. As to your question on consciousness and physics, read up on the double slit experiment, or watch the EweToob vids on the subject. It gets a little weird...




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