Book II - The Wildest Stories Ever Told  Part I - The Story of Adam and Eve

From time immemorial mankind has pondered some of the philosophical mysteries of the universe. These mysteries are endless and most of  them will not only never be solved, but for many the questions have not even been framed. Some of the common questions that the inquisitive  mind of the White Man has been asking during historical times are such as these: How did it all start? When did it all start? Who made it all?  Where did we come from? What is our purpose in life?

Whereas the Church of the Creator does not have the answers to all, or any of these questions, it has at least set these questions in their  proper perspective and looked at them squarely in the face, in an open common sense approach. For instance, in answer to the first three  questions posed, the article "Not Likely a Who" in Booklet No. 101 examines these questions and delineates the areas we don't know, and  those we do know, without engaging in endless hocus- pocus, superstition and double-talk. The last two questions are covered in a similar  manner in Nature's Eternal Religion under the chapter "Our Purpose in Life" page 263, and many other supplementary chapters in both  Nature's Eternal Religion and the White Man's Bible. All our conclusions are based on the Eternal Laws of Nature, on the Experience of  History, on Logic and Common Sense. Nobody, I believe, has ever come up with a more reasonable approach, nor a more solid foundation on  which to base a comprehensive and cohesive philosophy.

We now come to the other side of the coin - the kind of conclusions, lies and fairy tales our religious enemies, the Jews, have concocted for us,  the White Race, in answer to some of these basic philosophical questions. Let us see what they have come up with, using superstition, hocus-  pocus, ignorance and exploiting the gullibility of the masses. Let us see what kind of a story they have concocted.

Let us start at THEIR beginning, which is Chapter 1 of Genesis, the Old Testament, all of which was written by Jews.

According to their story everything that exists in this universe started only as recently as six thousand years ago. To be more exact, at 9:30 in  the morning, on a Tuesday in the year 4004 B.C.E. That is the big watershed. Before that there was nothing. Then suddenly all hell broke  loose.

Before that time there was no universe. There was nothing but darkness and void, and a lone, idle spook floating around in that darkness with  nothing to do, nothing to see, nobody to talk to, leading an extremely useless and boring existence. Then, suddenly in that point in time, 4004  B.C.E., he got the brilliant idea of creating "heaven and earth" out of nothing. (It was a he, the Bible says so. Without any female counterpart,  how could you tell, and what difference would it make?)

This he did on the first "day." What this spooky story fails to mention is that at the same time he also must have created that ghastly fiery pit in  which he intended to torture people millions and billions of them people he had not even then "created."

How do we know he created the fiery pit the same day? Well, he laid the basic foundations of the firmament that day and hell was, and is, more  basic in his plan than anything, because, the good Jewish book says, "heaven and earth shall pass away," but not hell. Besides, since hell is  evidently where most people' souls are destined to go, (something like 99 percent, a conservative figure) it is, undoubtedly, the biggest project  of all, the most important and the most permanent.

Let us not forget this key item in the Christian religion: HELL. It is the threat of hell, it is this diabolical brow-beating, to stampede the gullible  yokel into obeying and pretending to believe anything the priesthood dictates that is the central driving force of Christianity.

We now come to the story of Adam and Eve. After all the creating this lonesome spook had done for five days, finally, after smugly surveying  his handiwork and almost as an afterthought, he created man. How did he do it? Simple. He took a piece of clod, blew into it, and presto! there  was instant Adam, full-grown and full-blown. The first thing Adam did after he was full-blown was take a snooze (there was little else to do). As  the great Creator was still in a creative mood, he viewed Adam while he dozed, and suddenly he was seized by another brainstorm! He  decided Adam needed a helpmeet, a female helpmeet, something the superspook, although a male himself, had never had the privilege of  having. So he created Eve.

How did he do that? Well, to make the story more interesting, instead of taking another clod and blowing a whiff into it, he did a strange thing.  He took a rib out of Adam instead, and presto again! in no time at all he had a female helpmeet for Adam.

And that, my dear friend, if you're willing to believe this droll episode, is how our first ancestors got their bearings, and this less than six  thousand years ago. Never mind that there are fossil finds that show our human ancestors, such as the homo sapiens, were already present  300 thousand years ago, or the genus Australopethicus bolael already appeared 1.8 million years ago and A. afarenals more than three million  years ago. Just act dumb, pretend you can't read, and just believe! believe! believe! the Jewish scribblers. If you don't, they've got that terrible  weapon, HELL, hanging over your head.

Anyway, so there they were, Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Where was-that lovely garden? Well, again, the scriptwriters are sort of  vague about that, but presumably, it was somewhere on the face of the earth.

Things were going great at the beginning of the first day. Although Adam and Eve were naked as jaybirds, no problem. Christianity hadn't been  invented yet, telling them that sex was evil. That was still another four thousand years down the road.

But soon there was trouble in paradise. In fact, it appeared in the middle of that very first day in the form of that evil serpent, call- ed Satan  (another spooky spook). Where he came from, the script- writers seem to have deleted from the script, but if we piece the pieces together, we  must presume that the all-powerful, all-wise Creator created him too. (Satan, too, is a he, with no female counterpart, poor devil. It was strictly a  man's world up there.)

Now at this point there is a queer quirk in this story, and it doesn't make much sense. For some reason God pointed out to Adam and Eve that  there was one tree in the middle of the garden whose fruit was a no-no, they mustn't touch, they mustn't eat. If they did horrors! They would  have their eyes opened and know the difference between good and evil. So! They had been warned.

Along comes this slippery evil villain, the talking snake. (Everybody in this little party could already converse fluently with each other, although  Adam and Eve were not even a day old. Evidently they conversed in perfect Hebrew, which hadn't been invented yet. But no matter. Adam and  Eve didn't know that, so they had no problem talking with the snake.)

Now this snake was a real con-artist, and for reasons not too well explained he wanted to buck the establishment. In fact, he wanted to torpedo  this nice, cozy little set-up and aggravate the hell out of the head honcho, the Lord himself. So he conned Adam and Eve into eating this  forbidden fruit. First Eve took a bite, then gave the apple to Adam, who also took a chomp out of it. (We presume it was an apple, because I  have seen a picture of an apple that Eve had taken a bite out of. The picture was used as a reinforcement to advertise Eve Real Estate.)

That did it. All hell broke loose. The superspook was mad, really mad. They had disobeyed HIS command! He would punish them for that, and  severely, too.

Suddenly Adam and Eve were up on the carpet before the superspook. Their eyes were opened and suddenly they had become wise.  (Evidently prior to eating the fruit their eyes were closed and they were dumb.) in their new wisdom they suddenly realized they were naked  and they were ashamed.

A little later, as the Lord was nonchalantly walking the garden in the cool of the evening, he did not see Adam and Eve anywhere around. (It  was a big place!) They had hidden themselves, because now that they knew they were naked they were ashamed, and they also had the first  tinges of a guilty conscience.

So the Lord called out, "Adam, where art thou?" He knew very well where Adam was, since he knew everything, but he was playing games  with them. Also he figured if Adam showed up his helpmeet would be there too.

Adam responded from behind the bushes and said, "I was afraid because I was naked and I hid myself." Brilliant dialogue.

And the Lord said, "Who told thee thou wast naked? Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I commanded thee that thou shouldst not eat?"

The superspook had him there. But Adam took it like a man and blamed his wife. (Husbands have been doing the same thing ever since.)

'The woman whom thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I did eat."

Well, the fat was in the fire. The Lord was a vengeful fellow, and he was mad as hell. He cursed the serpent, told him he would have to crawl  on his belly as long as he lived and eat dirt all the days of his life. There is a little bit of befuddlement here, since supposedly he was speaking  to Satan, and all the pictures of Satan I have seen in Sunday school show him deftly dancing around on his two cloven feet, with horns on his  head and fire in his eyes as he waves his red hot poker.

But poor Adam and Eve. He drove them out of the Garden (the very first day yet!) He cursed Eve and vowed to greatly multiply her sorrows  and in sorrow shall she bring forth her children. (Did she already know about children that very first day?)

As for Adam, because he had harkened to the voice of his wife and eaten of that damned apple, he, too, was to have a sudden, drastic,  shameful fall. The Lord cursed the ground that Adam would have to farm and decreed that it bring forth thorns and thistles Just to aggravate  Adam. Not only that, but he would have to work like a mule and eat his bread by the sweat of his brow.

So there you have the story, according to the Jewish scrip- writers, as to how your first human ancestors got their start in homesteading among  the thorns and thistles.

Looking at it from the long dispassionate distance of six thou- sand years, I would say Adam and Eve got a raw deal. After all, why did the  superspook put that goddamned tree in the middle of the garden unless he wanted to booby-trap them. Was that fair? Why did he send that  slippery snake of a Satan over to con them? After all, they were less than a day old and as innocent and naive as a new born babe. How would  they know whom to believe? And while all this conning was going on where in the hell was the superspook who hears all, sees all, knows  everything forwards and backwards? Why didn't he rush to their defense, unless he deliberately wanted an excuse to drive them out of the  garden as he had planned to do all along.

Not only were Adam and Eve severely punished for having walk- ed into the booby-trap set by the superspook himself, but on top of that all of  us millions and billions who are supposedly their progeny, we too are now guilty of their little faux-pas, which now has been full-blown into the  "original sin."

So there you have the story of Adam and Eve as concocted and recycled from earlier pagan religions. This was done by the ignorant  superstitious Jewish scribblers a few thousand years ago, and it has absolutely no relevancy to reality, nor is there any shred of historical  evidence to substantiate this fantasy. Considering the importance that billions of gullible yokels have attached to this cock-and-bull tale, it is in fact, one of the silliest stories ever written.

Book II - The Wildest Stories Ever Told  Part I - The Story of Adam and Eve

Chapter 16