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Once the Edenic community was destroyed, the Lord God brought down a severe judgment upon this betrayal of His command to bring forth children in His image. The severity of this punishment begins with the worst offender to the least. Hidden in the Biblical verses is undeniably the concept of a weightier condemnation than the words express.

            The first individual (culprit) to have judgment passed over him was the serpent/priest because of his role in diverting the couple’s work, especially Eve’s in her most vital and crucial role within the project. Due to the fact, that he maliciously enticed and seduced her with his boss’ evil viewpoints concerning the Lord’s commandment,[i]  he is regarded as the primary reason for the failure of the Edenic community and the establishment of Heaven on Earth. Therefore, his judgment went as;

“Cursed are you above all the livestock and all the wild animals!” [ii]


One has to wonder why the words, “cursed are you above all the livestock and all the wild beasts” were so devastating.  It was devastating because of who the livestock and wild animals represented. The hidden meaning here is that the livestock was another way of characterizing people who were somewhat domesticated to the Law; like someone obeying the Ten Commandments or working on being a good person without being born divine. If we are not born divine, we are undoubtedly seen in God’s world as a type of animal, high on the evolutionary ladder, with a certain capacity to reason.  On the other hand, the wild animals mentioned are those humans whose behavior or conduct resembles those of savage beasts or predators.  Therefore, over all these different types of humans, both domestic and wild, the serpent/priest is cursed the harshest and severest, for as it is written:

       “you will crawl on your belly and you will eat dust all the days of your life (his soul’s life-span),

To him, the serpent/priest goes the sentence that when he dies, his soul will never get a chance to be reborn into human form again, as Jesus explained to Nicodemus.[iii]  He will be surrounded by dust (death). One must remember that dust is part of the liturgy of the dead as in “ashes to ashes, dust to dust”. To him goes the ordeal, the torment, the tribulation, that his soul will forever be forced to forgo a human body for all eternity, as in all the days of your life. He will never get a chance to come back in human form and therefore will never be able to work towards his redemption.

  That he will crawl on his belly signifies that his soul will only be allowed to reincarnate within the world of those crawly creatures that the Lord God did not create. Creatures that emerge from dust, or rather from the putrefaction of corpses. Creatures with a destructive nature, born of death and rot; that only appeared when Satan took over this world. The karma (fate) of his soul will be to reincarnate into all the different types of existing, moving organisms that are harmful and detrimental to humans because his teaching was and continues to be injurious to all those earthbound souls. A grave tribulation for his deed of destroying the Eden project. These creatures are maggots and larvae, insects, rats, mice, and any other kind of life forms that impede humanity with a destructive attitude. To this existence, all priests are condemned, without ever again having a chance of being called to be born in a human form. This is truly a terrible punishment for stopping the Lord God’s wish for humanity to have access to His divine gift.

In Isaiah there is a passage that corresponds with the assessment of this inference, this curse:

  “All the pomp (their high earthly position) has been brought down to the grave, along with the noise of the harp, (their fictitious association with heaven and angels); maggots are spread out beneath you and worms cover you.” [iv]

The priest at some point in his life, concedes if only to himself, that he does not know the true God and what He wants, even though he pretends to, in order to keep his high status with his flock or his lofty position within society. [v] Like their leader Lucifer, with his pride in his position of being the highest archangel and having the arrogance of thinking he could replace God,[vi]  the priest ends up leading a host of souls astray, as seen with the fall of the Eden project.  That is why this judgment is so severe.  This is the penalty for all priests, ministers, and leaders of all faiths or religions, for they withhold and do not (or cannot) reveal the true doctrine that permits and enables genuine salvation, to continue reigning over the masses. If they were truly men of God, then we would have seen the birth of other divine children over the last two thousand years.

 In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus says:

“Woe to you experts in the law, because you have taken away the key to knowledge. You yourselves have not entered, and you have hindered those who were entering.” [vii]

The verse continues,

At this point, the Pharisees (priests of that time and place) and the teachers of the law (scholars in the laws of religions) began to oppose him fiercely and to besiege him with questions, waiting to catch him in something he might say. [viii]

This statement reveals a lot, especially the reactions and attitudes of these priests and scholars of the faith towards Jesus after He (Jesus) had just told them off.  It also demonstrates that these religious men knew that they could not dispute the accusation that they were keeping the populace in spiritual darkness. Therefore, they deliberately and calculatingly decided to find a way to trip Jesus up, to give themselves an excuse to get rid of him. This can be seen in the fact that they decided to besiege him with questions to attempt to prove that he did not know the teachings and/or the Law of God and therefore demonstrating that he was wrong about them. Of course, they failed at this attempt to rid themselves of a true child of God and resorted to procuring a traitor willing to sell Jesus out.

            The serpent’s curse continues into a second part that issues a warning to the new ruler, that his time of domination over this planet has a time restriction. That his scheme to deceive humanity by hampering and indoctrinating them with his evil teaching, through the mother, the only gateway that a soul must take to be born, would have this future consequence.

            “And I will put enmity (mutual hatred) between you and the woman,

            This woman is not a sister to Eve, but a new breed of woman who will work with the Creator.  She will understand what needs to be done to return the world to its original state when it was under the Lord’s administration. She will bring, with the help of the Lord, this regime of evil and darkness to its conclusion. Between her and Satan, as well as his minions (the priests of every existing faith), there will be an antagonistic attitude. This new breed of woman will not allow herself to fall under his influence or his seductive grip. She will not give him dominance over her precious gift of creation, of childbearing.  Therefore, between the children that he has with those foolish females who continue to support him and the children of the new enlightened women, there will be hostility and acrimony.

      and (enmity) between your offspring and hers; he (representing the divine children) will crush your head and you will strike his heel.” [ix]

            These divine children will crush the serpent’s head, meaning they will destroy, and put an end to the power that all those religious leaders have. With the true knowledge of God, they will end their regime of darkness. The power that these leaders possess will wither away under the true radiance of divine enlightenment. Unfortunately, he, Satan through his disciples, will strike at their heels, meaning that they will strike at the base of all life, by continuing to use those foolish women and the children they bring forth into this world as a counter-balance.  In the study of the sole of the foot and how it describes different parts of the body, the heel represents the womb. Hence, he will continue to have supporters from the foolish females who continue to be seduced by this liar and his henchmen, as in the parable of the ten foolish and wise virgins. [x] This enmity will continue until the Lord takes over this world completely and finally chases Satan out like He did in Heaven.

            The second curse is leveled at the woman for changing sides and accepting Satan’s teaching;

 “I will greatly increase your pains in childbearing; with pain you will give birth to your children.”


            Her curse falls next in standing, due to it being the most important position to have on this planet, that of creating a world (a flesh) for souls to inhabit.  Thus, as long as she continues to back Satan, she will bear all his demon children (spiritually speaking) in pain, for that is what the Devil is known for. Therefore, for refusing to follow God’s law, she was cursed with the punishment of having great difficulties in performing the important assignment she was bestowed with, if she was lucky to survive it. What is more unfortunate, is that her new overlord cannot and will not lift a hand to help her.  This curse seems to suggest that before the Fall of Eden, childbearing was a very natural experience.  Even today, most creatures in the animal world give birth without the aid of a midwife or doctor.

The curse goes on;

“Your desire will be for your husband, and he will rule over you.”

            There are two concepts of thoughts going on here.  The first is that after the Fall of Eden, throughout history, her primary preoccupation was to find a husband, for society tended to look down upon the unmarried woman. Therefore, in the eyes of the world she had to maintain the picture of a good wife and that she was being faithful to her husband.  All this because of Eve’s actions and the accusation of adultery leveled at her.

  The second point is that before the Fall of Eden, she was seen as an equal to man. [xi] After the Fall of Eden, society forced her to submit to his dominance, to the point that even today, in many places where religion has a strong hold over the populace, women are strictly controlled and dominated by men. In these cultures, she has little to no rights or say on matters that concern her. Whereas, in countries where society is less fervent about religions, women have a certain liberty over their lives and education is more accessible to them.

Therefore, everything in the second curse surrounds her childbearing status, because of the evil that she embraced, her gift to create children became a physical (and mental) torment.   It was definitely a warning from the Lord, that this would be the outcome for her going over to the dark side. Moreover, was the misfortune of losing her independence to someone whom society would grant dominance over her when between the two genders, she has always had the more important role to play.

Therefore, all this control over her, her impotence within society, and all the pain of childbearing are due to the fact that women continuously choose the serpent/priest’s teaching and therefore Satan’s influence over that of God’s. That is why the serpent/priest enticed her and not Adam because he understood that she was the gateway for all souls onto this earth. A woman will give birth according to her spirit, and what she believes in. Since she chose Satan’s way, she can only create bodies and call for souls of demons, predators, or other woeful and unhappy beings into the world, because she isn’t educated to do anything else. Still, from time to time, she will produce a genius in some fields, like music, art, literature, etc. Again, this only demonstrates, that what she knows, wants, and feels, she will reproduce in her offspring.

Unfortunately, where she should have been the divine tabernacle of God, creating divine people, she ended up being the strumpet of the serpent/priest listening to his diabolical teaching which engendered her curse. Once she understands this and changes, she can become what she was created for, WITH the great title and position of being co-creator with the Lord God of a new world full of divine people.


The third curse was directed at man. [xii]

Because you listen to your wife and ate from the tree about which I commanded you, ‘You must not eat of it.’ Cursed is the ground (world) because of you; through painful toil you will eat of it all the days of your life (existence).  

            Hence, cursed was the world because of Adam’s reckless, heedless, irresponsible and definitely negligent attitude towards his duties as a teacher of the Lord’s mandates.  Due to his lackadaisical attitude and rebellion, he condemned this planet and all of Humanity to face unprecedented hardships like never before.  Whereas, when the planet was under the Lord’s protection everything grew naturally. Afterwards, everything and everywhere became toil and hard work. Hardship would be the new lifestyle for everyone, all the days of their lives.  In order to eat (survive) everyone would have to labour arduously under the punishing scepter of the new ruler.

It will produce thorns and thistles for you and you will eat the plants of the field. By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.”

Thorns (and thistles) are found in the Parable of the Sower, where the thorns represent the worries of life and the deceitfulness of wealth that chokes us, making our life unfruitful in our search for salvation. The part of eating the plants of the field reminds one of King Nebuchadnezzar plight who, because of his pride (like Lucifer) was struck with madness and ended up eating plants like cattle until he raised his eyes towards heaven. The moment he raised his eyes towards Heaven his sanity was restored. [xiii]Therefore, until we return to God, until we turn towards Heaven, the madness that is Satan’s influence (wars, sicknesses, greed, hate, etc.) will always surround us.

The part that relates to dust is truly interesting.  One must remember that Adam was created from dust [xiv] because at that point in the story, he was dead (ignorant) of the knowledge of the Creator. Dust equals death as mentioned earlier and God does not inhabit death.  He is the God of LIFE and that is why He breathed life into man because up to that point man (humanity) knew nothing about Him and was therefore spiritually dead to Him.  The only one who did not fall within this category was Jesus.

The curse of dust, relegated to the serpent, falls also on man (humanity), in that he must also go through tribulation until he pays off all the evil he did while he was human.  Fortunately, for him, he does get the chance to come back as a human, which will allow him time to work towards his salvation. Jesus also recommended that if people do not welcome you (accept the teaching of God), then ‘shake the dust off your feet when you leave their town, as a testimony against them’. [xv] In other words, if they refuse the word of God, then they are dead to Him, so shake this death, this attitude off your feet, and continue your work.

In conclusion, the Edenic curses continuously befall humans to this day, since Satan and his ungodly minions took over.  For the serpent/priest, the curse means eternal damnation within the world of tribulation, never to be allowed to return to human form.  For woman, until she redeems herself and returns to the Lord, it is the curse of domination by others, as well as the ordeals of childbearing. For man (humans of both sexes) it is the hardships, both physical and spiritual, on a planet ruled by Satan, who does not want to lose his control over us. It is also, after death, that the world of tribulation awaits us. It is here that we must expunge all of our bad deeds, both of actions and thoughts.  Only after that can we hope to maybe find a mother willing to give us human form again, so that we can try to save ourselves from this continuous hellish circuit we are on.







[i] Bible: Genesis 3:1-5

[ii] Ibid; Genesis 3:14

[iii] Ibid: John 3:1-7

[iv] Ibid: Isaiah 14:11

[v] Ibid: Luke 11:43

[vi] Ibid: Isaiah 14:12-14

[vii] Ibid: Luke 11:52

[viii] Ibid: Luke 11-53-54

[ix]  Ibid: Genesis 3:15

[x] Ibid: Matthew 25:1-13

[xi] Ibid: Genesis 1:27

[xii] Ibid: Genesis 3:17-20

[xiii] Ibid: Daniel 4:28-34

[xiv] Ibid: Genesis 2:7

[xv] Ibid: Luke 9:5

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