According to the book of Genesis in the Old Testament of the Bible, the Garden of Eden was an earthly paradise that was home to Adam and Eve, the first man and woman. The Bible says that God created the garden, planting in it "every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food." Eden was a well-watered, fertile place from which four rivers flowed out into the world. But has this mythical location been unearthed? Does it reside deep in a place where the whole world comes together? And if so, is there evidence of its astonishing treasures?
- PREVIEW -
INTO THE GARDEN OF EDEN
Where in the world does the mythical Garden of Eden reside?— Supernatural ℭpirit (@spiritworldblog) February 27, 2017
The Garden in the Map of the World is unveiled. #FlatEarth #Genesis #Science
- PART I -
MAP OF THE EARTH GARDEN
"WOW, words cannot express the power of this (future) discovery. It's a big one!"
It's not just gold in the frozen hills of Antarctica, my boy, It's DIAMONDS.
Boffins have uncovered evidence pointing to the presence of huge amounts of diamonds in the frozen mountain ranges of Antarctica. Research found three samples of a rock called kimberlite on Mount Meredith in the northern Prince Charles Mountains. This blue-tinted igneous rock often contains diamonds.Chunks of kimberlite are often brought to the surface of the Earth by volcanic eruptions.
However, there is one kind of Snake found near its Arctic circle/border - the adder
Many Christians have wondered why we haven't found a Garden of Eden, even though the whole earth is mapped out. I say the answer is that it was the Arctic-Antarctica. The splendor that once was is now buried under an icy desert, ensuring that future generations of man could not ever return, not even now.
TO THE NORTH.
(2017) Into the Garden of Eden Keywords: Garden of Genesis, Reveal, Garden of Eden Flat Earth, Flat World Map, Map of the Garden of Eden, Arctic Circle, Origins, Ancient History, Genesis Theory, Genesis, Earth Garden, In Depth Origin Story of Genesis, Adam and Eve in the Arctic, Lost Arctic Treasure, In the Garden of Eden