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THIS IS IT: The Unknown Genesis 1 & 2

Posted in: by admin on February 23, 2009

This is the Creation Account of Genesis chapters 1 & 2 (ca 2002).

In the book, Hey Mom, What About Dinosaurs?, you are taken through the linguistics and forensic analysis that gave us our new understanding of the Biblical Creation record, but you never do get see the finished translation. That was still being finished when the book went to press, and readers must to go to a website to see the final product.

This is it. THIS is the Genesis that work revealed. This is the creation record that no one has known about since it was first recorded, in the ancient language of an ancient tribal people who lived several thousand years before anyone could have understood what it really was talking about. Before anyone had any idea of what this planet, or our solar system, or any of the stars, let alone something we call the "universe", were. Before time, space, atoms, genes, cells, or most of earth’s living creatures, all God’s Creation were known, or even hinted at. Before anyone even knew the earth had once been the remarkable province of those amazing, entrancing, captivating creatures we call dinosaurs. They were there, in the details of Genesis, but who woulda known!

Genesis, Chapter 1

Genesis 1:1  In the beginning, God himself created the heavens and the earth.

Genesis 1:2  The earth, though still dark and desolate and unfit for life, was covered by a sea, awash in the waters that life would require, and God turned His attention to it.  His Spirit, His creative thoughts focused upon them.

Genesis 1:3  God commanded, “Let the light of life come.” and there was light.

Genesis 1:4  God examined the light and was satisfied that it was exactly right.  And God brought the light out from the darkness to serve His unfolding purposes.

Genesis 1:5  God would call the light “Day”.  The darkness He called “Night”.  And the first great work, the first design of creation, which God had willed be done, was assured and certain to be done, according to His will.

Genesis 1:6  And God commanded, “Let there come to be a firmament, a sky in the midst of these waters that cover the planet.  Let it divide and separate the waters into portions.

Genesis 1:7  So God designed a firmament to divide and apportion waters both above and below.  And it came to be, just so.

Genesis 1:8  And God would call the firmament “sky” (or perhaps, “the heavens”)
And the second great work, the second design of creation, which God had willed be done, was assured and certain to be done, according to His will.

Genesis 1:9  And God said, “Now wait and watch closely, look for these shallow waters covering the earth beneath the heavens to gather into one place and see how dry land  appears.”  And it came to pass in just that way.

Genesis 1:10  And God would call the dry land “earth”.  The gathered waters He would call the “sea”.  He examined them closely, and was satisfied with them, they were exactly what He wanted.

Genesis 1:11  And God said, “Let the earth now turn green with plant life; first the simple plants, algae and mosses, lichen and ferns; then the more complex plants, herbs and grasses and other plants that produce and scatter seed; then the trees and vines and plants that each produce fruits, fruits that each carry within themselves the seed of its own kind.  And it came to be, just that way.

Genesis 1:12  And the earth developed its plant life in just that order: first the simpler algae and mosses and ferns; then the higher kinds that reproduced and maintained their own kinds by seeds; then the woody plants, trees and shrubs and vines, that bore fruit whose seed was carried within it, which seed also perpetuated and maintained their kinds.  God watched this closely and was satisfied it was going exactly as it should.

Genesis 1:13  And the third great work, the third design of creation, which God had willed be done, was assured and certain to be done, according to His will.

Genesis 1:14  And God ordained, “Let the lights of the universe appear in the earth’s sky, to distinguish and make special the nighttime, as opposed to the daytime.  Let them come to be used as signs and beacons, telling of miracles and coming holidays, and be seen for omens of solemn or significant events, and as markers for the passage of time and the ages.”

Genesis 1:15  “Let there appear a bright and cheerful host of lights, a chandelier hung in the night sky, to be seen throughout all the earth, bringing both joy and wisdom.  And it came to pass, just that way.

Genesis 1:16  God designed the two great luminaries, the moon and the sun – the greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night – as He also made the stars.

Genesis 1:17  And God set them in the heavens above to light up the earth.

Genesis 1:18  To create and establish the daytime as against the shadow of night, and to make clear the difference between His Light and true darkness.  And God contemplated this, and was satisfied it was perfect for His purpose.

Genesis 1:19  And the fourth great work, the fourth design of creation, which God had willed be done, was assured and certain to be done, according to His will.

Genesis 1:20  And God said, “Let the shallow and marshy waters, swarm with life.  Let them be filled with creatures, tiny and small but large with vitality and activity.  Let the waters become a joyful community, a multitude of living willful creatures.  And let there be creatures with wings, that might fly away through the open sky and across the land.

Genesis 1:21  God himself created the great and fearsome dinosaurs, every one of their many kinds; living, breathing families of animals that crept, or glided, or walked about on four limbs, coming forth in great abundance in the marshy watery landscape; even the many kinds that flew with feathered wings.  He studied them each, and was fully satisfied with them.

Genesis 1:22  God was blessed by them and deemed that they should be very fruitful, multiplying greatly in numbers and types, and consecrated to them that era when the earth was covered in marshy lands and shallow seas; and deemed that birds should multiply and become very numerous, and continue in the earth.

Genesis 1:23  And the fifth great work, the fifth design of creation, which God had willed be done, was assured and certain to be done, according to His will.

Genesis 1:24  And God declared, “I need now that the land be filled with higher kinds of animals, with grazing beasts and with predators and all the higher kinds, all the animals of the land.  And it came to be in just that way.

Genesis 1:25  And God designed the animals of the land, the higher species and genera, every one of the beasts, both domesticable and wild, and each and every kind of the swifter beasts of prey.  And God studied this and was fully satisfied it was appropriate and good.

Genesis 1:26  And God said, “Let us fashion mankind in our image and semblance, and to be like us in manner.  And cause them to have dominion over the fish of the sea, over all the creatures that fly in the air, over every one of the grazing beasts throughout the earth, and over all the predators and their prey, fast and slow, everywhere in the earth.

Genesis 1:27  So God himself created this mankind in His own likeness.  In His very own image and likeness, God himself created both the males and the females.  God himself created them.

Genesis 1:28  And God was blessed by them.  And thus God declared that they should be fruitful, multiplying greatly in numbers and types and fill all the earth, bringing into their service, and having dominion over, the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, and every living animal that moves upon the face of the earth.

Genesis 1:29  And God said, “Behold.  I have created all of these for just this: every plant bearing seed upon the face of the earth, and every tree in which the fruit of the tree carries the seed of itself, that these can become food.

Genesis 1:30  And for every animal on the earth, every creature that flies in the air, and all the grazing beasts that walk upon the earth, which I have given life, all green plants shall be food.  And it came to be that way

Genesis 1:31  And God observed all that He had accomplished and beheld that it was coming about exceedingly well.  The sixth great work, the sixth design of creation, which God had willed be done, was assured and certain to be done, according to His will.

Genesis Chapter Two

Genesis 2:1  Thus were the earth and the heavens and all the host of them to be completed.

Genesis 2:2  And God caused them to be completed in the seventh epoch of creation, all the works which He had fashioned and ordained.  And He ceased His work and celebrated all the works which He had brought to pass.

Genesis 2:3  And God was blessed in that seventh epoch, and consecrated and venerated it, for in it He celebrated all those works which He had created and fashioned.

Genesis 2:4  Thus is the history of creation of the heavens and the earth, when they were created, in the time the Lord God designed the heavens and the earth.

Genesis 2:5  Before any of the bushes and shrubs appeared in the soils of the earth, Before any of the grasses or plants were made and caused to spring up in the land, Even before the Lord God had caused a rain upon the earth, And when there was not even any mankind to make use of the land.

Genesis 2:6  But the mists that ascended over all the land watered those soils.

Genesis 2:7  The Lord God, for His purposes, made mankind out of the minerals of the soil.  He breathed into the nostrils of a man His divine spirit of life, and the man became a living soul.

Genesis 2:8  Now the Lord God had established a place, set apart a Garden, in Eden in ancient times, and there He placed the Man whom He had prepared for this purpose.

Genesis 2:9  The Lord God caused to grow out of that ground every tree pleasant to our sight and good for food, and also the tree of life in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Genesis 2:10  And a river issued from out of Eden to water the garden, and from there it parted and became the head of four rivers.

Genesis 2:11  The first, Pison, bordered all  the land of Havillah, where there was gold.

Genesis 2:12  The gold from there is plentiful, and bdellium and precious onyx.

Genesis 2:13  The second river, Gihon, is the one that borders the whole land of Ethiopia.

Genesis 2:14  The third river, Hiddikel, goes east of Assyria, and the fourth river is the Euphrates.

Genesis 2:15  The Lord God took the chosen Man and settled him in the Garden of Eden to serve Him and attend and take care of it.

Genesis 2:16  The Lord God gave instructions to the Man (Adam), saying “Of every tree in the Garden you may freely eat,

Genesis 2:17  but of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, you shall not eat from it for in the day that you eat of it you shall truly perish.

Genesis 2:18  The Lord God said, “It is not a good thing that the Man (Adam) is now alone.  I will prepare a proper partner for him.”

Genesis 2:19  Now the Lord God had, with intent and purpose, fashioned out of the substance of the earth every animal that lived in the land and every creature that flew in the air.  Now He brought each of them to the man (Adam) to study and discern the purpose for which they were intended, and what he would say about them.  And whatever the man (Adam) could proclaim about the nature of the creature, that became the animal’s name thereafter.

Genesis 2:20  And the Man (Adam) proclaimed names for all the beasts of the land and every flying creature in the air, to every living thing on the land, but there was not there any appropriate partner for the Man (Adam).

Genesis 2:21  The Lord God caused a trance to come over the Man (Adam), and He brought to the chamber where he slept, a chosen female, and He delivered her for the purposes of the flesh.

Genesis 2:22  The Lord God established the family in that chamber, where He brought for marriage a woman from among men and ushered her in unto the Man (Adam).

Genesis 2:23  And Adam joyfully declared, “At last, this is bone of my bones and kindred of my kind.  She shall be renowned among women for she was chosen for marriage from among the women.

Genesis 2:24  “Therefore shall a man be set free of his father and his mother and he shall be joined together with his wife and they shall be one flesh.”

Genesis 2:25  And they were both naked, yet Adam and his wife were not ashamed.

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