The Birth of Civilization
The devil knew God would banish Cain from the Garden after he murdered Abel. This meant Cain left the Garden of Eden after he received the ability to gather new knowledge, which was a direct result of Eve’s sin. Now, the human beasts outside the Garden would have Cain as their leader.
Once Cain became the leader of the human beasts outside the Garden, he revealed the secret of the Garden. The generations of Adam, the Garden’s closely held secret, fell victim to the human cannibals, but they liked the women.
The daughters of Adam, once hidden by the Garden, were now exposed to the human beasts outside.
The Pre-Adamic giants took wives from the Garden. Thus, co-mingling the two separate lines of human beings on earth, Adam’s generations and the generations of human cannibals. So, God’s plan to influence the human beasts was set in motion.
Cain, a murderer from the beginning, became the first human god on earth. Cain became the god/king over the city of Enoch, the first city built on earth, which was built by Cain. The Sun god religion had begun.
Outside the Garden satan could influence Cain into organizing the separate evil human tribes into a large nation of people. Until that time human tribes only numbered about 50 people.
A large nation with thousands of people could easily subdue and control all other tribes. Hence, civilization and war began with the first kingdom, with Cain the murderer as its deluded god/king.
Cain’s invention was a new form of human society, now called civilization, with satan as the mentor, mentally guiding people.
The replacement of small tribes with large cities was only the beginning of the empires that would rule the world until today. Thus satan firmly established himself as the ‘god of the earth’, and Cain as the Son of God. The first human god sitting on the throne of the first evil kingdom outside the Garden of Eden.
The same opportunity, called the temptation of Christ, was offered to Jesus immediately after his 40 days of fasting:
“The devil showed him (Jesus) all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them; and said unto him, All these things will I give you, if you will fall down and worship me. Then Jesus said unto him, Get away from me, Satan: for it is written (in the Bible), You shall worship the Lord your God, and Him only shall you serve.” (Matthew Chapter 4, verses 8 to 10)
Remember, Cain left the Garden of Eden with additional knowledge. He possessed more knowledge than the human beasts outside the Garden.
Cain had acquired the knowledge of farming, herding animals, and murder inside the Garden. These skills would insure his power and control over the human beasts outside the Garden of Eden.
Cain was able to supply the large population of his kingdom with an ample supply of food through the knowledge of farming. This is why scientists have discovered farming began about 6,000 years ago, which began the decline of cannibalism. Therefore, the human beasts outside the Garden accepted and worshipped Cain as the Son of God, whose father was the Sun god.
The Original Sin started Mankind down the road to increasing knowledge. Prior to this sin, Adam and Eve’s knowledge was limited to good knowledge, which consisted of human instincts similar to any other animal created by God. Once the human brain was unlocked, Adam and Eve could begin gathering knowledge, adding information to their own brain through their senses.
Their knowledge would develop differently as they experienced different things. Thus causing an inequality in people that did not exist prior to their original sin; an inequality of knowledge and desires that would serve satan in his destruction of the family, tribes, and nations.
Cain and Abel were born after Eve committed the original sin. Eve formulated a partial theory about birth before Cain was born. A theory based upon her new limited knowledge. She believed her babies were directly put into her body by God. In Genesis Chapter 4, verse 1, concerning the birth of Cain, Eve states: “I have gotten a man from the LORD.” which was a very naïve view of human birth. A view she shared with her family. A view accepted by Adam, who named his wife Eve because “she was the mother of all living.” There is no mention of him believing he was the father of all living, because Adam was still ignorant of this fact.
Cain believed he was god. He believed he was the Son of God. He believed the Sun was god. He also believed the Sun was his biological father. Eve taught her children, including Cain, that God was directly responsible for impregnating her.
An ancient belief developed by Eve’s ignorance when knowledge had just begun to seep into the unlocked human brain; long before she acquired the full knowledge of birth. Thus giving Cain the foundation of believing his father was God, and that he was God’s son.
Hence, Cain believed he was a human god. This belief was the result of Adam and Eve’s limited knowledge.
After the original sin, it took Adam 130 years to learn he was directly responsible for impregnating Eve and to learn that men were responsible for the babies born to women. Unfortunately for Cain, this knowledge was discovered too late: a hundred years after he was cast out of the Garden.
The location of the Garden of Eden
The location of the Garden of Eden is given to us in the Bible:
“And the LORD God planted a Garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed. …And a river went out of Eden to water the Garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads. The name of the first is Pison: that is it which compasses the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold; And the gold of that land is good: there is bdellium and the onyx stone. And the name of the second river is Gihon: the same is it that compasses the whole land of Ethiopia. And the name of the third river is Hiddekel: that is it which goes toward the east of Assyria. And the fourth river is Euphrates.” (Genesis Chapter 2, verses 8 to 14)
Three of the boundaries of the Garden of Eden are rivers that are still there today, and it is possible to uncover the actual location of the fourth boundary.
The name Eden is the name of the singular land mass or sole continent that existed prior to a man named Peleg born many centuries after Adam: which is when the Bible tells us the earth broke up into separate continents.
Since the Garden of Eden was Eastward in Eden, then we know the rest of the continent was Westward relative to the Garden of Eden.
Some parts of the original continent disappeared, while other land appeared for the first time. The earthquake that caused this catastrophe was enormous. This event explains why similar societies of human beings are found on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
Societies who had built the pyramids and had many other similarities, such as: construction methods, boat materials, and statues reflecting animals that only existed in Asia and Africa.
When there was only one continent, Mankind could easily move and bring his technology with him.
Once the earth separated into the huge landmasses we call continents, each society no longer had a way to communicate with or travel to other civilization centers. So, they developed differently for thousands of years before Mankind re-discovered their existence.
The peoples on the American continents were lost and unknown because of the passage of time. Over 5,000 years had passed before these societies were re-discovered in the 15th century A.D.
Although they originally had the same technology of pyramids, the development of the American societies such as the Mayans, the Aztecs, the Incas, and the Anastasias, were stifled by the catastrophe.
This caused these societies to return to very primitive existences, which was why they seemed to be primitive Indians rather than the intellectual societies of the East such as Egypt, Babylon, Asia, and Europe, all of which were still connected together by land, whose societies were never interrupted.