Fallen Stars

June 7, 2016 Uncategorized

I wanted to pass along information of Fallen Stars. This is my Kick Starter information. I am currently live on Kick Starter looking for supporters who love this style of creativity. I’m currently on Kick Starter to reduce the burden of cost towards this school project and any support would be valuable.

Thank You,

Vince

It’s my belief that Genesis was filled with races other than the generally accepted European caucasians. Many historians and geneticists believe the original inhabitants were African. In fact in Genesis verse 8 it states “the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden, and there He put the man whom he had formed.” Eastward from where? My belief is originally man and woman were created in African and transplanted to the garden somewhere in Iraq. Earth originally was Eden and the statement “Garden of Eden” meant a garden of Earth. This would also lead one to believe that Adam and Eve were black and I intend to show this in my work.

Medieval Jewish text also speaks of Adam’s first wife Lilith who leaves the Garden prior to Eve, hence explaining many of the discrepancies concerning Genesis, one being God creating male and female then later creating man, then woman from man’s rib. The connection I believe has been lost or intentionally removed.

You will not certainly die, for God knows that when  you eat it your eyes will be opened,  and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.
You will not certainly die, for God knows that when you eat it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.

There will be twists and turns and new directions in this adaptation of Genesis, largely based off myths and legends from several ancient sources and at times my own imagination to fill gaps of the unexplained. I do not treat this a biblical text but more a fantasy, This book is about the images, the story is to give a narrative to them.

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