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The Garden of Eden (from Hebrew ) is described by the as being the place where the first man and woman, Adam and Eve, were created by God and lived until they fell and were expelled. In the Qur’an it is simply called the Garden. The origin of the term “Eden,” which in Hebrew means “delight,” may be related to the Akkadian which derives from the Sumerian E.DIN. The latter words mean “plain” or “steppe.”

Eden is described as a paradise where the first man and woman lived naked and not ashamed among animals and a great variety of fruit-bearing trees. They could freely eat the fruit of all the trees except one that God prohibited them from eating, called the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. The Devil (in the Bible symbolized by a serpent) tempted them to eat of that forbidden fruit, and as a result humanity was expelled from the Garden of Eden, never to return.

The true location of Eden is the subject of much speculation. The Genesis account describes Eden as located at the conjunction of four major rivers, two of which exist today: the Tigris and the Euphrates. Some scholars locate it in the Persian Gulf; others seek a location in Africa where the first humans are said to have appeared. Many believe that Eden was not an actual physical location, but a state of blessed existence that was lost when Adam and Eve fell and lost their oneness with God.

The Garden of Eden is recognized in the three Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Some other religions and cultures have a creation story containing a similar concept to the biblical Garden of Eden, ascribing various locations to the place of first habitation.

Biblical account

The Garden of Eden story is recounted in Genesis 2-3. After God (Yahweh) created Adam from the “dust of the ground,” he planted the Garden of Eden and placed Adam there.

Among the trees which Yahweh caused to grow in the Garden were the special Tree of Life and Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. These are most likely not literal trees, as the Tree of Life is widely seen as symbolic of the perfect man, the human being who is entirely infused by God’s spirit, and of the messianic age. Thus Kabbalah texts describe the Tree of Life as representing the 10 Divine emanations of God, which are the fundamental building blocks of the world and of mankind, and which takes the form of the human body. In the Book of Ezekiel, the Tree of Life symbolizes the blessings of the messianic age. (Ezekiel 47:12)

The fact that Adam and Eve were expelled from the Garden and henceforth were unable to access the Tree of Life symbolizes the loss of human perfection. It denotes humanity’s descent into a state of fallenness that will be remedied only at the coming of the Messiah. This is the image of the Tree of Life regained that appears in the Book of Revelation, in its description of the New Jerusalem:

“Through the middle of the street of the city; also, on either side of the river, the tree of life with its twelve kinds of fruit, yielding in fruit each month; and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations” (Revelation 22:2)
“Blessed are those who wash their robes, that they may have the right to the tree of life and that they may enter the city by the gates” (Revelation 22:14).

by Lucas Cranach, a sixteenth-century German artist

by Lucas Cranach, a sixteenth-century German artist

As to the meaning of the forbidden fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, various suggestions have been put forth, including an apple, grapes, figs, wheat, a pomegranate, and a citron. The Bible gives no clue, and most commentators hold that the exact identity of the fruit is of secondary importance to the issue of obedience. That is, the Fall did not occur as a result of food poisoning, but was a spiritual change that happened as a result of Adam and Eve’s rebellion.

Some early Christian sects and rabbinical sages considered that the Fall was the result of sexual intercourse between Eve and the Serpent, understood to symbolize Satan. In the Infancy Gospel of James,[1] for example, quotes Joseph, the husband of the Virgin Mary, as seeing Mary’s illegitimate pregnancy as tantamount to Eve’s fall, saying:

Who has done this evil thing in my house, and defiled the virgin? Has not the history of Adam been repeated in me? For just as Adam was in the hour of his singing praise, and the serpent came, and found Eve alone, and completely deceived her, so it has happened to me also.[2]

In this interpretation, the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil represents Eve, and the fruit symbolizes her love. Eating fruit is a frequent euphemism for lovemaking in the Song of Solomon:

“Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat its choicest fruits.” (Song 4:16)
“Oh, may your breasts be like clusters of the vine, and the scent of your breath like apples.” (Song 7:8)

A third spiritual being lived in Eden, namely the serpent, who is widely seen as a symbol for the fallen angel known as Lucifer or Satan. Despite God’s instructions to Adam and Eve as to how they can live forever in the Garden, they allow themselves to be seduced by this serpent and to eat of the forbidden fruit. As a result, “the eyes of both of them were opened” and they realize that they are naked. They feel ashamed of themselves and cover their sexual areas with fig leaves. Feeling conscience-stricken, they also begin to fear Yahweh‘s anger. When confronted by Yahweh, they blame each other.

Confronted with this disruption of the original harmony of Eden, Yahweh makes garments for Adam and Eve, but condemns them to live outside of the Garden of Eden. This expulsion should not be thought of as divine punishment, but rather as the inevitable consequence of their disunity and strife. Indeed, if the Garden of Eden symbolizes humanity’s original harmony, then as soon as Adam and Eve began to feel shame, guilt and fear, they were already in fact existing outside of the Garden.

To prevent the couple from eating of the Tree of Life and living forever, he drives them out of the Garden and places two cherubim and a flaming sword at its entrance, “flashing back and forth to guard the way to the Tree of Life.” We find these two cherubim adorning the Ark of the Covenant on either side of God’s throne, the “mercy seat” (Exodus 25:18-20); and in Isaiah the two creatures, called seraphim, purify the prophet of guilt before he can stand before God. (Isaiah 6:2-7) They represent the judgment that all fallen people must pass through before they can enter God’s presence and be admitted to the Garden Eden.

Other biblical references

The Garden of Eden is mentioned several times in the Book of Ezekiel, who speaks of the “trees of Eden” as a metaphor of fallen greatness:

Consider Assyria, once a cedar in Lebanon,
with beautiful branches overshadowing the forest…
I made it beautiful with abundant branches,
the envy of all the trees of Eden in the garden of God… (Ezekiel 31:3-9)

Ezekiel identifies the Garden of Eden with the “holy mountain of God,” covered with jewels and precious stones (Ezekiel 28:13-14). This connects with the well-known verses in Isaiah, which though not mentioning Eden by name, describe the idyllic peace of the Garden that will reign on God’s holy mountain:

The wolf shall dwell with the lamb,
and the leopard shall lie down with the kid,
and the calf and the lion and the fatling together
and a little child shall lead them.
The cow and the bear shall feed,
their young shall lie down together,
and the lion shall eat straw like the ox…
They shall not hurt or destroy
in all my holy mountain;
for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord
as the waters cover the sea. (Isaiah 11:6-9)

The prophet Joel refers to Eden as a metaphor of the current state of affairs compared to the coming doom:

Like dawn spreading across the mountains a large and mighty army comes.
Before them fire devours, behind them a flame blazes.
Before them the land is like the garden of Eden,
behind them, a desert waste—nothing escapes them. (Joel 2:2-3)

The New Testament does not mention Eden by name. However, Jesus is referred to as a new “Adam,” (1 Cor. 15:44), and the Book of Revelation quotes Jesus as promising: “To him who overcomes, I will give the right to eat from the Tree of Life, which is in the paradise of God.” (Revelation 2:7) Revelation identifies this paradise as a highly civilized place—the New Jerusalem—rather than a primordial garden. It is described as the “Holy City… coming down out of heaven from God,” in which the Tree of Life is situated, and the “River of the Water of Life, as clear as crystal,” flows from the throne of God.

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References in Mesopotamian mythology

Mythologists such as Joseph Campbell note that in early Mesopotamian creation myths there is also a Garden and a Tree of Life, but apparently no forbidden tree of knowledge. In this view, the Yahwist’s Garden of Eden story was designed to denigrate Canaanite traditions in which the “mother of all living” (Eve in the Bible) was not a woman, but a goddess, Asherah, who shared her life-giving fruit freely; and the serpent was not an agent of sin but of healing and spiritual power.

The theme of the Tree of Life and humanity’s failure to eat from it and thus gain eternal life is found in various Babylonian legends. In the Amarna tablets, Adapa, the first man, is the son of Ea, god of wisdom, who has endowed Adapa with wisdom, but not with everlasting life. Ea gives his son instructions as to how to behave before Anu, the god of Heaven: “Bread of death will they offer thee; eat not of it. Water of death will they bring thee; drink not of it.” Adapa does as he is told, but the bread and water Anu causes to be placed before him are of life, not death. Thus Adapa loses his chance of eternal life. In the Epic of Gilgamesh Utnapishtim—a human who has been granted eternal life by the gods—tells Gilgamesh of a plant that restores one’s youth, but when Gilgamesh retrieves it, the plant is stolen by a serpent.

Location

Genesis describes both the Tigris and Euphrates as originating in the Garden of Eden.

The Book of Genesis provides some fairly specific information on the Garden’s location:

A river watering the garden flowed from Eden; from there it was separated into four headwaters. The name of the first is the Pishon… The name of the second river is the Gihon; it winds through the entire land of Cush. The name of the third river is the Tigris; it runs along the east side of Asshur. And the fourth river is the Euphrates (Genesis 2:10-14)

Yet this information is less precise than it first appears. The identity of Pishon and Gihon have been the subject of endless argument. The first century C.E. Jewish historian Josephus and several early Church Fathers believed the to be one of the rivers of India, while is Ethiopia and thus the is the Nile. There is no place on the globe where these four rivers meet.

Yedi Göller (Seven Lakes), in the Taurus Mountains, Turkey.

If the Garden of Eden had really been near the sources of the Tigris and the Euphrates, then the geographic location would be generally in the region of the Taurus Mountains of Anatolia (in today’s Turkey).

More widespread is the view that Eden was located somewhere near the Persian Gulf. This location was proposed by John Calvin and other biblical exegetes, who believed that the Shatt al-Arab—formed by the union of the Tigris and Euphrates near the Persian Gulf—was the river that “went out of the Garden.” Some historians dealing with ancient Sumer, where the earliest surviving non-biblical sources of the Eden legend may lie, point to the Bronze Age commercial center of the island Dilmun (now Bahrain) in the Persian Gulf, described as “the place where the sun rises” and “the Land of the Living.” After its decline, beginning about 1500 B.C.E., Dilmun developed such a reputation as a long-lost garden of exotic perfections that some theorists believe it influenced the story of the Garden of Eden.

The Olduvai Gorge area, seen from space, is posited as a possible place of human origin.

A location in Africa is another frequent choice. Many speculations as to an African location stem from the scientific evidence that human life is believed to have originated there. Yet Africa is also suggested in some classical texts. A passage in the Talmud points to the interior of Africa as a possible location of Eden (Tamid 32b); however other passages point elsewhere. Alexander the Great is supposed to have found the entrance of the Garden in African regions which are inhabited and governed exclusively by women.

In addition, locations as diverse as Java, Sri Lanka, the Seychelles, and Sundaland in the South China Sea have been proposed. One recent claim by archaeologist David Rohl puts the Garden of Eden in northwestern Iran, in a river valley east of Sahand Mountain, near Tabriz. There have been attempts to tie the location of Eden with the mystical sunken land of Atlantis. In these theories, the current Tigris and Euphrates rivers are not be the ones referred to in the narrative, but are later rivers named after two of the earlier rivers, just as in more modern times colonists named features of their new land after similar features in their homeland.

In Latter-day Saint (Mormon) theology, the Garden of Eden is believed to have been located at what is now inside the city limits of Independence, Missouri. Latter Day Saints believe the configuration of the continents was different before the Great Flood and that the geographical descriptions of Eden in refer to lands and rivers that were later renamed after the Flood.

The (1955), a channeled revelation assumed to come from angelic beings, places the Garden of Eden in a long narrow peninsula projecting westward from the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea which was long ago submerged in connection with volcanic activity.

Eden as a spiritual location

The dominant view in Islam is that the Garden never had a terrestrial existence, but was instead an adjunct to heaven as it became identified with Paradise. Thus, Adam and Eve originally dwelt in heaven, and only came to dwell on earth after their fall. As mentioned above, for theologians who take the story allegorically, Eden as a psycho-spiritual state of primordial oneness with God rather than any physical location.

Biblical literalists argue that even though Eden may not exist today, it did once exist just as the Bible says it did; but that since the world of Eden’s time was destroyed during Noah’s Flood, it is impossible to identify Eden’s physical location today.

Eden as Paradise

The word “paradise,” often used as a synonym for the Garden of Eden, is originally a Persian word describing a walled orchard garden or an enclosed hunting park. In the post-Exilic apocalyptic literature and in the Talmud, “Paradise” became associated with the Garden of Eden and its heavenly prototype. Jesus reportedly told one of the thieves who died with him on the cross that: “Today you will be with me in Paradise.” (Luke 23:43) Saint Paul spoke of Paradise as the “third heaven,” a heavenly realm of which he personally had a spiritual experience (2 Corinthians 12:2-3).

In Talmudic literature and in the Kabbalah, the rabbis agree that there are two gardens of Eden: one, the terrestrial, of abundant fertility and luxuriant vegetation; the other, celestial, the habitation of righteous, immortal souls. These two are known as the “lower” and “higher”

The Restoration of Eden

The Garden of Eden from the fifteenth century illustrated manuscript the

The promise of the Garden of Eden as a primordial paradise, whether earthly or ethereal, has inspired people throughout history. Many groups have sought the restoration of Eden, some appealing directly to the biblical vision, while others have conceived of a restored Eden as an ideal world transcendent of religion’s moral constraints.

Early Christians looked forward to the “New Jerusalem,” a heavenly city in which the Tree of Life gives forth 12 types of abundant fruit and the curse pronounced by God in Eden is forever removed (Revelation 22). The medieval Jewish mystical tradition, the Kabbalah, saw the Edenic Tree of Life as symbolic of the restored archetypal human being, called Adam Kadmon. Various millennialist movements have hoped for a more literal restoration of the Garden of Eden, often conceived as a kind of Heaven on Earth in which humans will no longer have to die. Still others, viewing death of the physical body as a natural shedding of a vessel no longer needed by the living spirit, look to a restored Garden of Eden on earth as a world of peace in which all people will have each realized the Christ consciousness lost in the original Eden.

Notes

  1. Also called the Protoevangelism of James, a second-century work that was widely read in the early church.

  2. Infancy Gospel of James. . Retrieved July 28, 2007.

    . Retrieved July 28, 2007.

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Garden of Eden. Myth or reality? Imagination or Paradise? It is Bible reality, described from Genesis to Revelation in notable fashion.

The Garden of Eden and its creation was the immediate first act after creating the first man. Genesis 2:8 recounts this episode. Understanding the relationship of man, humans to the Garden of Eden is comprehending the Plan of God. Let’s start by establishing some basics which mythology and religion have twisted out of shape. God made a neshama nefesh. A conscious being whom He houses in sumptuous surroundings. God alone, can insert and extract human beings from the Garden of Eden.
(Origin of Woman, chapter 1.1)

Genesis 2:8

And the LORD God planted (H5193) a garden (H1588) eastward in Eden (H5731); and there he put the man whom he had formed.

  1. Technically, it is not the Garden OF Eden. It’s the Garden IN Eden. Eden is quite a vast territory, as I’ll point out. Within is a relatively small space devoted to this Garden.
  2. God had already created Eden. I would say on Day 3 when He created dry land and vegetation.
  3. This Garden of Eden belongs to God. It’s His abode on Earth. God is present everywhere in the Universe and beyond. But, He has chosen and set up a particular and specific place as His dwelling. As unbelievable as it might sound, from every place He could prefer, He decided right here on our planet in a precise location we shall identify. It is more than a simple dwelling. I will show you this is God’s Headquarters from where He rules Earth and beyond.
  4. Remember, God gave humans dominion over Earth. He placed the man in the Garden of Eden, at Headquarters. Humans are going to rule in the company of God.
  5. God is sharing His Rulership and His Headquarters with humans.

I used the analogy that the renewing of Earth was like preparing the room for baby. In that case, you want to finish the room before the baby arrives. Why then does God first create Adam, and only AFTER that event does He organize the Garden of Eden?

To answer that question, let’s first take a closer look at what the Garden of Eden is. We are going to resort to the Biblical Hebrew and Strong’s concordance. We need a deeper understanding of the vocabulary used here, starting with the word planted. What does that mean?

H5193

נָטַע nâṭaʻ new-tah’; a primitive root; properly, to strike in, i.e., fix; specifically, to plant (literally or figuratively):

KJV – fastened, plant(-er).

We think of planting seeds or flowers. This planting of the Garden carries major significance. This idea is solidly fastening, Putting down (striking in as Strong puts, like with a hammer) deep roots. This Garden is firmly affixed. Once in place, it cannot be removed. Today, the Garden is nowhere in sight. Maybe that’s why people read this as a myth. Notice that nata – planted is literal as well as figurative. That’s the fourth key to mastering Biblical Hebrew. See what else God plants figuratively. Here’s a noteworthy related verse that Moses sang after passing through the opened Sea with the Israelites on their way to the Promised Land.

Exodus 15:17-18

17 You shall bring them [from the Egypt exodus] in, and plant (H5193) them in the mountain of your inheritance, in the place, O LORD, which you have made for yourself to dwell in, in the Sanctuary, O Lord, which your hands have established.

18 The LORD shall reign forever and ever.

All the elements of Genesis 2.8 are in these verses in Exodus. God’s property is the mountain of your inheritance. There is the Sanctuary (Headquarters, referring to Jerusalem and specifically the Temple, this context is also prophetic), which God has built with His own hands and in which He dwells; this is analogous to God planting His Garden of Eden, His dwelling place. This mountain is God’s inheritance, His estate, which He SHARES WITH those of the Exodus, those who come out of Egypt, come out of sin, eventually all repentant human beings. How permanent is this planting of the Sanctuary, the Garden, and humans? Verse 18 answers unequivocally, forever, and ever.

When you can grasp the Biblical Hebrew and tell the story of just one word, to plant H5193, you can look into the depth of God’s plan. You see the word garden and think of roses or vegetables. Yes, but, in so doing, we’ve missed the entire figurative meaning.

H1588

גַּן gan; from H1598 (גָּנַן); a garden (as fenced):

KJV – garden.

H1598

גָּנַן gânan gaw-nan’; a primitive root; to hedge about, i.e. (generally) protect:

KJV – defend.

The Garden in Eden is fenced. Politically, today, walls have bad press, but they can fulfill a needed purpose. Here’s a verse about a future Temple, a Sanctuary, with the explanation of why there’s a wall.

Ezekiel 42:15,20

15 Now when he had made an end of measuring the inner house, he brought me forth toward the gate whose prospect is toward the east and measured it round about.

20 He measured it by the four sides: it had a wall round about, five hundred reeds long, and five hundred broad, to make a separation between the sanctuary and the profane place.

The Sanctuary and specifically certain parts like the Holy of Holies are holy. They are pure and dedicated for holy use ONLY by certain Priests. I can’t get into the details here, but verse 20 reveals a WALL separating this holy area from the profane, which was all around; this is exactly the scenario and sense of the Biblical Hebrew word gan – garden. It is a protected area reserved for the holy. At their creation, Adam and Eve were holy, placed in a holy environment.

You know the rest of the story and how they were ousted because they lost their holiness. They exited via the EAST gate. The whole plan of God consists of bringing humankind BACK INTO the Garden of Eden, this protected holy place via the East gate.

Christ entered Jerusalem from the Garden of Gethsemane (East of Jerusalem). On His Return, He enters Jerusalem from the East. On His crucifixion, the curtain that was rent (Matthew 27:51), signifying the entrance to the Holy of Holies, RE-entry to the Garden of Eden, was on the EAST wall of Holy of Holies. In ancient times and Biblically, the East was the main point of the compass, not the North.

Once you’ve entered this Garden from the East, you’re under the protection of the God of the Universe. This wall is not for belligerence, but rather a Sanctuary of Peace with an open gate on its Eastside. Yes, there are requirements to enter, to pass from the profane to the Holy, yes, there are other entry gates. But that’s another aspect of our story.

A lot of people, even the religious, believe the concept that the Garden of Eden is a myth. Or, at best, it is the figment of the imagination of some author, based on an ancient myth, who wanted to transmit some hope or national nirvana to his people. The Explanation does not take this viewpoint. I’m presenting a theological point of view. Taking God’s Word as God’s Word as foolish at it might sound. Eden existed and is multi-symbolic of sacred places and worlds to come. Unfortunately, Strong’s comments and even the translation do not give a hint of its majesty.

H5731.

עֵדֶן ʻÊden ay’-den; the same as H5730 (עֵדֶן) (masculine); Eden, the region of Adam’s home:

KJV – Eden.-green

H5730.

עֵדֶן ʻêden ay’-den; or (feminine) עֶדְנָה; from H5727 (עָדַן); pleasure:

KJV – delicate, delight, pleasure. See also H1040 (בֵּית עֵדֶן).

These KJV words are an extremely pale representation of future reality. I realize, if you’re reading this for the first time, it sounds very extravagant. But this presentation is based on mastering Biblical Hebrew and the roots and stories of the original language words. None of this is hypothetical or mystical. It is coherent completeness coupled with Biblewide corroboration. In Genesis 2:7, God creates humans and then, in the very next verse, gives the ENTIRE plan, all the way through to the final accomplishment, Eden. It’s magistral authorship by a majestic Author; we should expect nothing less of God.

Revelation 21:10-12, 24, 26-27

10 And he carried me [the Apostle John] away in the spirit to a great and high mountain (see the mountain of Ex. 15:17 above), and shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God,

11 Having the glory of God: and her light was like unto a stone most precious, even like a jasper stone, clear as crystal;

12 And had a wall great and high, and had twelve gates…

24 And the nations of them which are saved shall walk in the light of it: and the kings of the earth do bring their glory and honour into it.

26 And they shall bring the glory and honour of the nations into it.

27 And there shall in no wise enter into it any thing that defileth, neither whatsoever worketh abomination, or maketh a lie: but they which are written in the Lamb’s book of life.

That’s an introductory description of the future Garden of Eden. There’s plenty more to add. See the comparison. First, God prepares His people (like Adam) then comes New Jerusalem, (like planting the Garden). If there’s not full righteousness, there’s no Garden, that’s why there’s no Garden today. Verse 12 relates the walls that will protect the saved who walk in the light. The ungodly cannot enter this holy city, just like the two cherubim protected entry to the Garden of Eden.

Only those in the Book of Life are in the New Jerusalem. These are all God’s people who have the same pure nishmat chayim the pure consciousness of life that Adam had, that God breathed into him at Creation. It’s this entire process of the nations, all nations, all peoples who have ever walked the face of the Earth, receiving the opportunity to return to a pure nishmat chayim that is the story of the Bible. All people are equal before God, and all will have that opportunity. The Explanation tells the incredible story of the Garden of Eden inhabited by all those who will inherit Eternal Life.

This one verse, “God planted a Garden eastward in Eden,” merits an entire book; maybe I’ll write it. Because the Garden has multiple prefigurations in the Old and New Testaments with the Tabernacle, the Temples (plural), and the Church, the curtain was miraculously rent, from top to bottom, in the Temple when Christ died on the cross.

That signified the removal of the two Cherubim from the entry gate to the Garden of Eden. For the first time since Adam and Eve were cast out, God’s servants, Christ being the First, the Firstfruits, could enter the Holy of Holies, God’s dwelling. For the first time, a human (the man, Jesus) had put on the FULL IMAGE and the FULL LIKENESS of his Father and entered the KINship of Elohim.

The first man, upon his creation, was put into the Garden of Eden. The Second Man, upon His Spiritual Creational Resurrection, was put into God’s Kingdom. What a story the Garden of Eden tells us.

This blog post is an excerpt from chapter 1.1 of the book Origin of Woman.

 

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16:50 PH ISSUES

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Jewish Man – The Garden Of Eden (140 BPM)


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Wicked Maiden Impellitteri


Wicked maiden (lyrics)
Better run from the Wicked Maiden, she’s a war machine
She strikes without a warning, bring you to your knees
Her realm is filled with fire, across the battlefield
I see the death toll rising, a wound that never heals
Can you see it? Can you feel it?
Don’t believe it? Think you’re dreaming?
Runaway!
You want to wake from this chilling nightmare, but you’re not asleep
Stories tell of mutilation, enough to make you weep
In the name of an old religion or free democracy
Many soldiers falling under the sword of fallacy
In the heat of the confrontation, better say you’re prayers
For the dawn of a new salvation, death is everywhere
Can you see it? Can you feel it?
Don’t believe it? Think you’re dreaming?
Runaway, from the Wicked Maiden
Runaway from the deadly war machine
Runaway from the Evil Monster
Runaway from the one who makes you scream
Wicked Maiden!
Runaway, from the Wicked Maiden
Hideaway from the deadly war machine
Runaway from the Evil Monster
Hideaway from the one that makes you scream
Runaway, from the Wicked Maiden
Hideaway from the deadly war machine
Runaway from the Evil Monster
Hideaway from the one that makes you bleed

Wicked Maiden Impellitteri

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Oahu – The Heart and Soul of Hawaii | Free Documentary Nature


Oahu The Heart and Soul of Hawaii | Nature Documentary
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Oahu island is the economic and cultural centre of the Hawaiian archipelago, as well as being a paradise for surfers, active holidaymakers and freedom lovers. The island is home to more than half of all natives and almost eight million foreign guests annually. Anyone searching for peace and seclusion won’t find either in Honolulu or Waikiki. Traffic congestion and a backdrop of skyscrapers belong to the town panorama. Hip cafes, galleries and young fashion firms have settled here, adding a new and modern flair to the capital. Cindy’s Lei Shoppe, the Chinatown florists, has been here for more than 30 years. This is also because the socalled Leis, the tradition of floral decoration, usually offered as a flower necklace or as a headdress, is still an important part of Hawaiian culture. Keone Nunes is wellknown for his traditional tattooing skills, whereby the socalled Kakau Tattoos are virtually hammered into the skin with a hippo tooth. But Oahu is also an island of overwhelming natural beauty and a fascinating diversity on the smallest of places …
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