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Stranger than Fiction


And the LORD God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever. Therefore the LORD God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from whence he was taken. So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubim, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life...

There is one final chapter that I want to include on my posts on Cain, who I feel is the Antichrist. This post is mostly shear speculation, but the conclusions are drawn from a logical sequence of events as recorded in the Word, the ancient mythologies, the constellations and human nature in general, and they serve to answer some unresolved questions.

After the fall of man, as recorded above, the Lord set a couple of angles with flaming swords at the gate to the garden of Eden to keep the way of the Tree of Life. We know that God doesn't do anything haphazardly or arbitrarily, so an interesting question to ask yourself is why did He feel it was necessary to post a Guard around the Tree of Life.

The obvious reason is because He expected that at some time in the future, someone would try and get a hold of the fruit and eat it so that they could live forever.

I believe that this event actually did transpire, sometime before the flood, and it is obvious that Satan and his son Cain would have led the charge in this preflood war. Thus, when Y'shua said that he saw Satan as lighting fall from heaven, indicates that this very war did occur before the flood, though it is not specifically recorded in the Word.

This leaves open the possibility that he and Cain actually succeeded in acquiring some of the fruit, and thus became immortal. This would explain why, though he is slain by the Lord at His return, he is still cast alive into the lake of fire at the end of the tribulation. In fact, this is the only theory that does explain it.

This is supported by the mythologies which state that the king of Babylon could not be killed, but kept coming back to life. Sociologists will tell you that traditions usually start out with some basis is reality, and the Tree of Life would be the only thing that would explain this tradition. This would, of course, make traveling through the pyramid a much easier theory to believe and an event much easier to accomplish.

This war for the Tree of Life is also indicated by the constellations themselves where Hercules is guarding the tree of Life while he battles serpents and birds etc. We know that this typifies the Lord in the Garden, but it may be possible that this is actually a record of past events (as some of the constellations seem to be).

I don't know of what importance, if any, this may have for any of the readers, but I thought that I should send it in anyways. Some may sneer at this and find it impossible to believe, but if there really was a tree of Life (which for the Bible believing Jew and Christan, there is no doubt concerning), then there remains no doubt that there was a war for the fruit thereof, and the only speculation would be whether or not any of the battles were successful. I believe that the circumstantial evidence shows that it was.

This theory also explains how the Antichrist could possibly receive a mortal head wound during the tribulation, yet live to tell about it, causing all the world to wonder after the Beast.

Sometimes truth is stranger then fiction...


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