Geography and numerics of Eden, Kharsag and Paradise: Sumerian and Enochian sources versus the Genesis tale. Short saros and long saros.

Prof. Emilio Spedicato

In two papers [1,2] we have analyzed the geographical data referring to the Garden of Eden, the place where according to Genesis the "first" human couple of Adam and Eve was "created". We concluded that the biblical data were satisfied by identifying the Garden of Eden with the Hunza valley in northern Pakistan. In this paper we consider the geographical information in Genesis concerning the place of "creation" in Sumerian sources and in the books of Enoch. We conclude that such data are consistent with our previous identification, extending moreover the information pertaining to the region around the Hunza valley and providing a new interpretation of what the mythical underworld might have been. We end with a review of possible meanings of the “gods” and "creation" stories, within the catastrophic quantavolutionary view of the evolution of the solar system and of mankind in the period circa 12.000 BC to circa 700 BC, given by Velikovsky [3], De Grazia [4], De Grazia and Milton [5] and Ackerman [7,8].