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    First Book of Adam and Eve The First Book of Adam and Eve Prologue: The First Book of Adam and Eve details the life and times of Adam and Eve after they were expelled from the garden to the time that Cain kills his brother Abel. It tells of Adam and Eve's first dwelling - the Cave of Treasures; their trials and temptations; Satan's many apparitions to them; the birth of Cain, Abel, and their twin sisters; and Cain's love for his beautiful twin sister, Luluwa, whom Adam and Eve wished to join to Abel. This book is considered by many scholars to be part of the "Pseudepigrapha" (soo-duh-pig-ruh-fuh). The "Pseudepigrapha" is a collection of historical biblical works that are considered to be fiction. Because of that stigma, this book was not included in the compilation of the Holy Bible. This book is a written history of what happened in the days of Adam and Eve after they were cast out of the garden. Although considered to be pseudepigraphic by some, it carries significant meaning and insight into events of that time. It is doubtful that these writings could have survived all the many centuries if there were no substance to them. This book is simply a version of an account handed down by word of mouth, from generation to generation, linking the time that the first human life was created to the time when somebody finally decided to write it down. This particular version is the work of unknown Egyptians. The lack of historical allusion makes it difficult to precisely date the writing, however, using other pseudepigraphical works as a reference, it was probably written a few hundred years before the birth of Christ. Parts of this version are found in the Jewish Talmud, and the Islamic Koran, showing what a vital role it played in the original literature of human wisdom. The Egyptian author wrote in Arabic, but later translations were found written in Ethiopic. The present English translation was translated in the late 1800's by Dr. S. C. Malan and Dr. E. Trumpp. They translated into King James English from both the Arabic version and the Ethiopic version which was then published in The Forgotten Books of Eden in 1927 by The World Publishing Company. In 1995, the text was extracted from a copy of The Forgotten Books of Eden and converted to electronic form by Dennis Hawkins. It was then translated into more modern English by simply exchanging 'Thou' s for 'You's, 'Art's for 'Are's, and so forth. The text was then carefully re-read to ensure its integrity.

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    Arabia – A desert
    Arimathea (Ramah) – High place
    Armagedddon – High place where there are troops
    Bethany – House of dates
    Bethel – House of God
    Bethesda – House of mercy
    Bethlehem – House of bread (originally from the grain of the fertile fields around it, but for Orthodox clearly eucharistic in significance)
    Bethsaida – House of fishing
    Canaan – Lowland
    Capernaum – City of consolation
    Eden – Pleasantness
    Egypt – Black
    Emmaus – Hot springs
    Ethiopia – Blackness
    Euphrates – The fertile river
    Galilee – Circuit (from the shape of the Sea of Galilee, also called Lake Gennesareth)
    Gaza – Fortified place
    Gethsemane – the oil press (where the fruit from the Mt of Olives was pressed)
    Golgotha – Skull (Calvary in Latin) (where Adam’s skull and body were buried)
    Gomorrah – A rebellious people
    Hebron – Alliance
    Hermon – Lofty
    Horeb – Desert
    Israel –The soldier of God
    Jericho – Fragrant place
    Jerusalem – Founded in peace (but not in peace ever since…)
    Jordan – Flowing down
    Kedron – Turbid
    Lebanon – The white mountain (from Mt Lebanon)
    Magdala – Tower (the village where St Mmary Madgalene came from possessed a tower)
    Mamre – Fatness
    Nazareth – Separated
    Palestine – The land of the strangers (the Philistines)
    Samaria – Guard
    Sharon – Plain
    Sheba – An oath
    Siloam – Outlet of water
    Sodom - Burning
    Sidon – Fishing
    Sinai – The pointed one (presumably from the form of the mountain, not the shape of the peninsula)
    Sion (Zion) – Raised up
    Tabor –Height
    Tyre – Rock

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