Saturday, October 16, 2010

Where did Adam go when he was kicked out of Eden?

Jeddah skyline from the Red Sea, Saudi ArabiaImage via Wikipedia










WHERE DID ADAM GO WHEN HE WAS KICKED OUT OF EDEN?





WHEN ADAM (CREATED BY YAHWEH ILDABAOTH THE DEMIURGE) WAS KICKED OUT OF THE GARDEN OF EDEN, WHERE DID HE GO?



EUROPE WAS PART OF HYPERBOREA ORIGINALLY



The Hyperborean migrations took different paths all of which eventually moved into America. As they migrated they bred with each other. More recently in our history, these blended migrating tribes became the Scythians, Aryans etc.



The “Tribe of Cain” kept their bloodline separate originally however as time passed these tribes inner bred or married. The “Tribe of Cain” was one of the first hybrid bloodlines that were forced to leave Hyperborea. . The first bloodlines were those who were forced out of Hyperborea for mingling with the gods. The gods were the various entities we wrongly refer to today as “Aliens.”

The Scandinavians were the second migration, which left Hyperborea. The Nazarenes were a separate bloodline that remained pure. They carried the PURE Rh Negative bloodline factor. The Nazarene tribes appears to have been Scandinavian. They may have been the second bloodline to leave Hyperborea, before they migrated into Northern Israel. Jesus (Yashua) was a Nazarene.



If we read the Koran what we find is that a people group known as Adam, were flown out of Agharta from the Steppes Mountainous regions which some say were the Himalayas. They traveled all over the world in flying machines, which appear to be what we call UFO’s today.

They were eventually flown back to Jiddah Saudi Arabia where they started their tribal migrations into Israel.

In the map below you will find Jiddah Saudi Arabia on the coast of the Red Sea. Jiddah Saudi Arabia is along the center point of the Red Sea across from the word Sudan.



This is essentially what the Koran account states.

The Koran tells us that Adam (the Turkish word for Mankind), after being cast out of Eden (in the Siberian Steppes) flew to Ceylon or Serindip,” landing on what is now Adam’s Peak. The name Serindip derived from the Sanskrit Ceren-dvipa. Eventually this people group known as Adam went to Ceylon on some kind of flying ship. From there, he traveled around the world. Finally, he returned to Central Asia, reuniting his group with Eves people group who had stayed behind in Jiddah, Arabia.”

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