Creation is filled with wonders. Yet, there is one place, in particular, that has always provoked human imagination a reality man has continuously striven to understand and know. The Hebrew Book of Genesis refers to this place as ‘Gan Eden,’ but most of the humanity knows it by another name, ‘The Garden of Eden.’
The Garden of Eden has been sought out, searched for, and talked about since it was projected into man’s awareness. Ironically, no one has ever found Eden or found evidence of its existence on earth. The Garden of Eden continues to be one of the Bible’s most profound metaphors, and you will learn that man has yet to reach the center of this vast garden where true knowledge exists.
As the man struggles to wrap his mind around the Garden of Eden, most imagine a valley on earth that is filled with lush landscapes and gentle breezes. The man of our past interpreted the garden to be heaven-like, and many believe Eden is Heaven, itself. Yet, the entry fee for the garden comes with a price: Man must believe in a particular idea of God before he can walk on God’s eternal path.
Regardless of man’s varying perceptions, most imagine Eden to be a place of peace, tranquility, beauty, innocence and the starting point for the first human male and female in creation. In essence, the Garden of Eden is believed to be at the core of the human soul.
But if this magnificent garden was a place on earth, why haven’t we found it? What exactly is this paradise that has been taunting us for thousands of years? Furthermore, what can this mysterious story teach us about human reality and creation, itself? What secret does the garden hold? One of the goals of this book is to introduce hidden and ancient wisdom into modern society.
As we delve into the revelations, we find the answers to man’s many unanswered questions surrounding the garden and its many metaphors. Soon, you will know Eden’s profound purpose and learn this realm within creation is much more than you ever imagined possible.
Because the story of Eden has circulated within human consciousness for thousands of years, our ‘idea’ and ‘perceptions’ of this mysterious and imagined place have become ingrained within our consciousness. Mankind has created an image of the mystical garden and, therefore, his mind has become comfortable with a particular scenario. Humanity has imagined what it looks like and interpreted this Bible story to fit into their ‘idea’ of it.