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Eden in Egypt

Ralph Ellis

Eden in Egypt


The four rivers in Eden were the four rivers of the Nile Delta.

Adam and Eve were Akhenaton and Nefertiti.

The Genesis creation myth is a version of the Hymn to the Aten.

The Garden of Eden was the Garden of Aton (Adon), or the city of Amarna.

Genesis was written in ancient Egyptian.

Having seen so many similarities between the Israelites and Egypt, I felt sure that the Book of Genesis should also contain elements of Hyksos Egyptian culture. But how could this be so if the rivers of Eden were the Euphrates and Tigris? The answer to this is simple, because the Hebrew Bible does not mention a Euphrates or Tigris at all. What it does mention is a river that runs through Eden and splits into four branches, and this just has to be a reference to the Nile running through the Garden of Akhenaton's Aton (Adon), and splitting into the four branches of the Nile Delta. Ergo: the Genesis story has to be based upon Akhenaton and his brand of alternative theology.

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