In the Land of Eden
There was no woman more beautiful than Eve!
In serpentine manner, the Gihon people peeked into the East Garden and saw the most beautiful woman in the world. They were from the Garden West and their Garden was exotic to say the least.
Nevertheless, of all the lands in the world, there were no places as beautiful as the Garden East, also called the Garden of Eden, located in the land of Eden (compare Genesis 2:10 KJV); and there was no woman more beautiful than Eve. The forces of lights pressured against one another between the Garden West and the Garden East. And the land of Eden was divided between the Garden West and the Garden East (Genesis 2:8 and Genesis 3:24 KJV).
The great mount Hermon loomed in the background, and angels contested with Rahab about its sacred magnetisms. In the Garden West, lived the soulless Gihon, Hiddekel, and a few Euphrates people. Adam prayed for the soulless people every day that God would give them each a new heart and a new spirit (compare Ezekiel 11:18-19 KJV). But they of the West Garden were caught up with sorceries, enchantments, and the dance of the satyrs, and were astrologers and stargazers.
Rahab the Dragon King (a consubstantial representation of the lower presence of Lucifer, but synthesized as an Egyptian pharaoh personality type, Ezekiel 29:3 KJV) was angry because of the creation of Adam and Eve. Therefore, Rahab decided to affect the skies over East Eden so they would become filled with a deep covering of darkness (Isaiah 51:9 and Psalms 89:10-12 KJV). When Michael, the Archangel of the Seraphim, saw what was happening, uun said “Let there be Light; and there was light.” Then the embers of darkness were rolled away.
Then was Rahab, head of the Dragon, wounded by the actions of Michael, so that even the cedars in the land of Eden could not hide his wounds of pride (compare Ezekiel 31:8 KJV). Then Lucifer, transforming into an angel of light (compare 2 Corinthians 11:14 KJV), beautified uunself before all soulless humanity of the West Garden of Eden (compare Ezekiel 31:8-9 KJV).
O’ Lucifer, covering angel of the Morning Stars of the Ophannim, to whom were you like in glory and the total of wisdom? And to whom are you like in the mastership of the continuous Satan stroke and in greatness among the trees of Eden (soulless humankind)? Nevertheless, one day you shall be brought down with the trees of Eden unto the nether parts (bottomless pit of matter at the compression of the universe - compare Ezekiel 31:18 KJV).
How is it possible, O’ Lucifer, that you also fell from the heavens? You were highly esteemed as Gabriel’s second-in-command Archangel. You were an Archangel yourself; so from whence came your thoughts to ascend in recognition above all the star angels of heaven? (Compare Isaiah 14:12-13 KJV). You are a Cherub of the Cherubim order and not an Ophannim; you are from a different universe, and on missions you use different conventions. As a Cherubim, you were perfect in the Cherubim order; but as a Cherubim operating in an Ophannim order you did not have the same level of perfection. (Compare Ezekiel 28:15-16 KJV; note: King Tyrus is used as a figurative character to represent Lucifer; compare Ezekiel 28:1-17 KJV.) This is when you changed and decided to change a whole order to other magnitudes.
The sensation of Adam’s birth fouled your plans, Lucifer, did it not? For now Adam was under the protection of the whole Seraphim order of angels who stood by to guide Adam’s feet at every turn. Adam would introduce the sin of the fallen angels to the Earth world (compare Romans 5:12 KJV); so that once and for all the fallen-angel/failed-messengers could be redeemed. In Adam, “the glory of the Lord would be revealed, and all flesh would see it; for so the Lord prophesied it to be.” (Compare Isaiah 40:5 MIV and Isaiah 40:5 KJV.)
One day, the First Adam “would become the Second Adam whose voice in the Holy Spirit would have the sound of many living waters and whose glory would shine in the faces of many Earthlians” (compare Ezekiel 43:2 MIV and Ezekiel 43:2 KJV).
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