The Eden Threesome

Gen 2.23: And the human [adam] said: “This time it’s bone from my bones and genitals [baser] from my genitals. I call her woman [aysha], since from a man [aysh] she was taken.

Th Eden threesome is shown in Tarot card 6, the Lovers. This Tarot card illustrates, besides other things, our original peaceful state of mind. It’s the state of mind we reach when we become enlightened. The angel is adam, the woman is aysha, the man is aysh. Surprised that Adam is divine? You shouldn’t, since he was created in God’s image and likeness. In psychology, the Eden threesome is known as superconsciousness, subconsciousness, and self-consciosuness.

We chose genitals as translation for baser, because it represents the life-power. Bone and genitals are a special variation of the cosmic dualism of water and spirit (Genesis 1.2), in layman’s terms energy and substance. This is the same as Yin and Yang and Purusha and Pakriti. More Biblical variations of this dualism:

  • Olive and fig tree
  • Flesh and blood
  • Wine and bread

Strong’s Concordance about basar:

בשר basar {baw-sawr’} from 01319; TWOT – 291a; n m AV – flesh 256, body 2, fat fleshed + 01277 2, lean fleshed + 01851 2, kin 2, lean fleshed + 07534 1, mankind + 0376 1, myself 1, nakedness 1, skin 1; 269 1) flesh 1a) of the body 1a1) of humans 1a2) of animals 1b) the body itself 1c) male organ of generation (euphemism) 1d) kindred, blood-relations 1e) flesh as frail or erring (man against God) 1f) all living things 1g) animals 1h) mankind

Strong’s Concordance about aysh:

איש ‘iysh {eesh} contracted for 0582 [or perhaps rather from an unused root meaning to be extant]; TWOT – 83a; n m AV – man 1002, men 210, one 188, husband 69, any 27, misc 142; 1638 1) man 1a) man, male (in contrast to woman, female) 1b) husband 1c) human being, person (in contrast to God) 1d) servant 1e) mankind 1f) champion 1g) great man 2) whosoever 3) each (adjective)

Strong’s Concordance about aysha:

אשה ‘ishshah {ish-shaw’} from 0376 or 0582; TWOT – 137a; n f AV – wife 425, woman 324, one 10, married 5, female 2, misc 14; 780 1) woman, wife, female 1a) woman (opposite of man) 1b) wife (woman married to a man) 1c) female (of animals) 1d) each, every (pronoun)

The discovery of the threesome in the Garden of Eden was made possible by the mechanical translation of the Torah that can be found at www.mechanical-translation.org. Want more? Check out http://www.ancient-hebrew.org too!

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