posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 01:50 AM
well that's an interesting response.
this is what i think: the trees of life and knowledge, were references to dna, not neurochemicals or hormones. and that the tree of life was a symbol
of the serpent (the serpent being dna) as well, and when the text says the serpent's legs were removed it's a reference to the section of dna,
responsible for regeneration of all parts of the body, being literally, removed from the dna strand template for human beings. et.al human beings
originally, had completely regenerating bodies with no destruct code. like the command center for dna responsible for body parts, it didn't say,
make copies of yourself 6000 times and then stop. it was literally an endlessly regenerating body.
a geneticist, capable of isolating out what part of dna would be responsible for such a function, would likely be able to recreate the part that was
removed. this would be your divine body.
i think the tree of knowledge is procreation. and that once we had procreation, our ability to regenerate all parts of our bodies, was removed to
keep us from over populating the planet.
the idea that ancient people discovered that certain chemicals elongated life, is not the same as being able to naturally regenerate all parts of the