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A depiction, by Watson Heston (1890), of god making Adam come alive by putting the "breath of life" (Genesis 2:7) into his nostrils.[1]

In Religio-mythology, Adam (TR:52) (LH:14) (TL:66) is the Jewish 400BC monotheistic god character rescript of the 2800BC Egyptian god Atum, actuated via the god-to-prophet god reduction technique.


In c.400BC, a new monotheistic sect of Egyptian priests, known as Jews, "Israelites", "Hebrews", or "Cohens" (Herodotus, 450BC), remade the Egyptian "Atum" (god who makes man) born in green cropland Δ-location of "Heliopolis", where the four tributaries (White river, Blue river, Damietta branch, Rosetta branch) of the Nile river converge, at the tip of the Nile Delta, into the myth of "Adam" (man made by god) created at garden of "Eden"[2], where the four mythical Bible rivers converge:

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A verbal recount of this henotheism to monotheism rescript or religious recension is as follows:

“The battle in Amenta was not only fought betwixt the Apap [Apep] of darkness and the sun-god Ra. When the two brothers Sut [Set] and Horus were repeated in the solar mythos, as the sons of Atum, the conflict was continued for possession of the garden [Garden of Eden]. This was now the motive of the warfare. Previously it was for the water of the inundation or light in the moon. Now it was for the water and the tree of life in the Aarru-garden. In one version of the mythos, Sut is the murderer of the good brother as Osiris. In the other, Sut [Set] pierces and puts out the eye of Horus. This is represented as the contest between Cain and Abel, the two sons of Adam, in the book of Genesis.”
Gerald Massey (1907), Ancient Egypt: Light of the Modern World, Volume Two (pgs. 357-58)[3]

The new Jewish god Yahweh-El, after making Adam, then takes a rib out of Adam and uses it to make Eve, who then sexually make all humans.


The following are related quotes:

“Do you, good people, believe that Adam and Eve were created in the Garden of Eden and that they were forbidden to eat from the tree of knowledge? I do. The church has always been afraid of that tree. It still is afraid of knowledge. Some of you say religion makes people happy. So does laughing gas. So does whiskey. I believe in the brain of man.”
Clarence Darrow (c.1925), Publication

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See also


  1. Heston, Watson. (1890). The Old Testament: Comically Illustrated (pg. 9). Truth Seeker, 1892.
  2. Eden – Hmolpedia 2020.
  3. Massey, Gerald. (1907). Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World: a Work of Reclamation and Restitution in Twelve Books, Volume Two (pgs. 357-58). Unwin.
  4. Atum and Adam – Hmolpedia 2020.

External links

  • Adam – Hmolpedia 2020.
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