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Genesis II

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When a man is honest with himself he knows he sometimes behaves inexplicably. A simple example of such behavior would include staring at good looking women and repeating this bulging eye syndrome with the next happen-chance lady. What benefits or satisfaction do men’s eyes achieve with this behavior is not well known, but we continue this magnetic practice as though it is a once in a life-time opportunity.


I’ve heard that man is driven by his inborn desires. At first glance this statement has the appearance of a leaverite, but upon closer scrutiny it is a gem worthy of keeping because I have always been infatuated with the metals. Yet, the lingering question remains – why do the metals fascinate the fingers, eyes and mind like a woman does? Could it be the interrelationship of the compounded metals along with the invisible presence of YHVH? For instance, although a poor example, but the only idea that quickly comes to mind is that Hydrogen can be both a base and an acid, but why can this element behave in the normal world in such a bizarre manner and how did Hydrogen acquire this ability? Yet, on a similar vein what creates the ability of metals, such Pt, Rh, Pd, Ag, etc. to act as catalysts, which promote the changing of a substance into another by mere proximity, but without being physically altered in the process?


I have long suspected that before I could ever decipher some of the Bible’s seemingly cryptic messages that I would first have to seriously prospect the beginning pages. Therefore, the subsequent words attempt to explain why the metals are the physical foundation upon which every thing rests.


Genesis 2:1   Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them.  


    What is meant by “all the host of them”? Could this verse be referencing that which

    makes up the tangible universe and earth, which would be all the elements (metals)? If

    so, this suggests to me that “all the host of them” partially endorses my belief that each

    pure metal is a life form and were created long before man entered onto or into

    creation’s scenery.


    My research temps me to conclude that at sometime after Moses wrote or had the

    Torah (1st 5 Books) written that at least two different scribes provided slightly

    conflicting but parallel accounts of/for Genesis 1 & 2, which allows perceptions to

    wander far out on the edges of reason. 


    The KJV Bible has approximately 940 plus verses containing the word earth

    Therefore, there can be little doubt that earth is a major part of the message YHVH is

    trying to get us all to understand.



Genesis 2:2   And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.
Genesis 2:3   And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.


    These two verses do not emphatically state that YHVH was finished with His entire

    creation. From my limited perspective He obviously has not finished because humanity

    has not yet reached perfection and many prophesies have yet to be fulfilled.

    Furthermore, aside from gold and some of the platinum group metals is there anything

    that does not change from moment to moment, day to day or year to year?


    On the other hand or from an entirely direct perspective, perhaps YHVH did complete

    all that was to become His creation. If this was and is the case then there is nothing

    new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9) and everyone was and is merely experiencing

    YHVH’s completed creation and we only think that each day is a new experience, but

    in reality was done long before man physically existed. Should this be an accurate

    portrayal of reality then man has no choice as is commonly believed and taught. In

    fact, we may even be fooling ourselves into believing that the future is yet to happen.

    Therefore, a certain amount of pre-programming looks like it is a part of creation’s



    Verse 2:2 states that YHVH ended His work ON the 7th day, not the 6th day. In

    addition, it appears that YHVH created and made work that lasts till the end of time.

    Thus, as a possible consequence, work may be synonymous with metal.




Genesis 2:4   These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens,

    My take on the above mysterious verse suggests that the earth is not physically formed

    and there are multiple heavens whose composition is essentially unknown except to

    suggest that the known and unknown metals are participating in collaborative thought.

    I ask myself – what could the heavens or what modern science refers to as “space, dark

    matter, dark energy or weakly interacting massive particles” be made of? If this area is

    empty or devoid of tangibility as is taught then how could anything physical reside

    within nothingness? Furthermore, how is it possible that “space” is nothingness, when

    it is obvious that it is something enough for modern man to classify as space?

    Personally, I cannot accept the oxymoron that space is a void and I deeply suspect that

    space (heaven) is as tangible as anything else referred to as reality even though the

    scientist’s instruments cannot quantify space as existence. Although I have never

    touched this area called the vacuum of space I suspect that sensing this space matter

    would be like trying to feel the air on a calm day or touching the streets of pure gold

    mentioned in Revelations.  


    By tempting fate via tweaking logic too the elastic limits my observation suggests that

    if space is truly a void as modern scientific consensus indicates then those who are

    currently promoting thrilling tourist rides into the frontiers of space will disappear into

    nothingness. However, if space is not a void, but an invisible glue that binds the

    tangible with the unknown then what fantastic discoveries wait man’s limitless

    curiosity? Regardless of the outcome, the modern taught concept of “space” is a

    paradoxical misnomer, which I suspect reflects the darkness from which man’s present

    day “space” terminology was created.


    Trying to grasp what and how the ancients mentally reflected upon the words

    beginning or created remains unachievable for me. Similarly, while attending the  

    1950’s government school system I tried to grope for mental harmony with the

    teaching that the universe had no beginning as Aristotle and Plato taught their students.

    Years later and after I had left these halls of wisdom I began reading how government

    science courses were teaching that a big-bang created the evolutionary moment from

    which everything springs. Oddly though, perhaps many of today’s scientists who can’t

    stand the idea of being trapped by biblical scripture are beginning to evolve towards

    the Biblical truth whether they realize it or not..


    Some Hebrew scholars indicate that there were "two beginnings" the beginning of the

    universe, which is contained in the six "days" of creation, and the creation of the first

    man’s soul (Adam). I can’t seem to get a grip upon this concept of two beginnings,

    despite the fact that the Jewish calendar approximates the theory of 6000 years since

    Adam, as well as modern secular claims of 15 billion years since the big-bang.

    Nonetheless, I do find it curious that a 13th century Cabbalistic rabbi and modern

    science have almost identical views as to the age of earth and universe. Could it be that

    ancient and modern thinking magically blended? Or is it more likely that Cabballah

    believers have infiltrated the foundations of modern scientific thinking to promote this

    ancient conception? And, just as oddly many Christian denominations, as well as

    Catholicism seems to have adopted evolutionary principles that seem to contradict



    It seems as though practically everyone has a priestly opinion surrounding this touchy

    subject of creation or the term beginning. For me, at this juncture in time I accept the

    KJV scripture but do wonder what a metal was and looked like immediately prior to its




Genesis 2:5   And every plant of the field before it was in the earth, and every herb of the field before it grew: for the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth, and there was not a man to till the ground.


    These words seem to suggest that the mentioned life forms were created before they

    had material (earthly) substance. In other words they were not life as we understand

    the term. In addition these soon to be life forms seem to be thoughts.

    Tilling involves tools. So, what were these tools were made of? Would they be wood,

    stone or metal? If Adam gained information from the tree of knowledge in Genesis 2:9

    then it is likely that he used metals to till the ground. Therefore, the use of metals was

    known from near the beginning and yet through time utilization of the metals became

    lost, and as a consequence man has had to relearn what he has had always known.




Genesis 2:6   But there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground.


    Is this mist water vapor that is composed primarily of hydrogen and oxygen? Or, could

    this mist be a combination of liquids, which would include hydrochloric, nitrous,

    sulphuric and carbonic acids that can be found in our present day atmosphere?

    Most people I have communicated with, as well as every book I have read indicate that  

    YHVH rested AFTER completing His creation. Is this further evidence that creation

    was not finished as is commonly surmised regarding Genesis 2:1 – 3?


Genesis 2:7   And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.


    What is this dust? Is it not a combination of the metals in an infinite array of molecular

    compounds (halides, oxides, carbonates, silicates & sulphosalts)? So, considering that

    the earth like the human anatomy is composed of about 70% water and the remaining

    30%  as various densities of dirt then it is not so hard to understand the nature of dust

    or clay.


    The KJV Bible contains 103 verses containing the word dust. So, obviously dust is an

    important aspect of the message YHVH is attempting to send those who want to 

    understand scripture.


    Notice that this verse does not specifically state that man was formed from or with the

    dust, but only of the dust of the ground. What is the implication of this specific

    wording? Is it possible that this particular dust had not yet been formed from the

    activities of the earth, but at some moment prior to the metals being physically and

    chemically active within the ground (dirt and/or rock)? In other words did YHVH use

    the metals in formulas necessary for man’s ultimate composition that would also later

    represent what dust is made of? Oddly or perhaps appropriately coincidental what we

    commonly refer to as dust seen in the home is primarily dead skin cells.


    This verse does not indicate nor suggest that only certain elements were used to form

    this first man. Therefore, I think it is reasonably safe to assume that all the metals in

    varying amounts resided within this dust and that the actual amount of the metals was a

    representative sample of what the entire earth was made of. If this was the case then

    likely as not the earth was somewhat different than today, because after man’s arrival

    the earth changed its composition from place to place due to various

    metabolic/chemical Redox activities.


    For those who may read these words, but do not know what all the metals are consult a

    search engine for a periodic chart. Likewise, to get an idea of what percentage each

    metal makes up the dirt or lithosphere, which can then be applied to the composition of

    present day man conduct a search for abundance of metals in the earth’s crust.


    I have done a lot of pondering on this particular verse in an attempt to comprehend   

    how and why YHVH formed man from earthly dust instead of something else. In

    today’s world we are taught so-called scientific principles (theorems), which

    unfortunately pass as unquestioned truths.Usually though, after many years have

    passed many of the old scientific truth’s fade as clever new and conveniently

    constructed ideas emerge to re-fit their non-biblical beliefs, such as a flat earth.

    Although long before the idea that people would fall off the earth if venturing too far  

    scripture clearly stated that the earth was circle (Isaiah 40:22).


    During the past 30 plus years there has been what I call a terror attack upon the metals,

    as though an evil to be done away with at all costs. Personally, and although I

    unashamedly biased the only suspicion I can biblically recognize as to why there is this

    effort to destroy what took man thousands of years to build can be summed up with the

    words darkness. Did not Satan say it was alright to eat the forbidden fruit? It was a lie

    then and attacking metals today is the same kind of lie, because metals are life and to

    stop mining or using as many metals as possible is an act of war upon the whole of



    I realize that man can and does cause problems with preconceived ideas of what is

    good for the land, as well as the extraction and use of metals. Likewise, I also

    recognize that too much of any metal in the body can cause un-welcomed changes, but

    to overtly brand metals as toxic or carcinogenic is not only criminal but anti-human.

    So, too avoid being led astray I suggest that scripture ought to be the guiding light

    (Romans 12:2, 2 Corinthians 13:5, Galatians 6:4), and especially 1 Thessalonians

    5:21  prove all things; hold fast that which is good.


    It’s a historical reality that abundant metal ores produced distinct customs and cultures,

    as well as shaped individuals who were lucky enough to be close to these ore bodies.  

    Similarly, where concentrations of metals were not found or recognized the people

    often suffered plagues of famine and illnesses. So, perhaps we all ought to reconsider

    the overall costs to mankind before dismantling what has taken us generations to

    gather. For instance, the young are no longer interested in exploration, extraction or

    metallurgy, which bodes ill for the future of man. Perhaps, because man is both metal

    and a spiritual being he is in, but not of the world. Or, another way of saying the

    foregoing – man is the salt (Matthew 5:13) of the earth (sodium chloride or common

    table salt), which further demonstrates that man is metal salts (Mark 9:49) Maybe,

    before too much more damage has been done those who advocate distancing the metals

    from everyday usage will come to their metallic senses and recognize the truth of who

    and what they are and change their ways before too much more damage occurs.


    I’ve consulted many old and new biblical translations and found them essentially

    similar to the KJV. Some biblical translations say that clay instead of dust was what

    formed the 1st man. Either way, this man was constructed from individual metals,

    which make up dust or clay, which is further corroborated or verified by the words of

    the ground, prior to having life breathed into this man.

    I’ve found that most people I chat with as to how this 1st man’s life came about

    consider it as being simple and straight forward. I, however have serious reservations

    about the traditional conceptual simplicity of this verse. To illustrate what I am trying

    to indicate is that most of us realize that when we breath in air, which is a combination

    of elements in gaseous form we feel good, but for those who have emphysema or who

    have come close to drowning get panicky when this life saving air is restricted..

    Likewise, in order to continue this state of health we exhale or excrete what we used as

    a form of waste. Therefore, when YHVH breathed life into man, the question that

    comes to my mind is – what was the composition of His breath? Was YHVH exhaling

    altered air or was this breath the same composition as it was prior to being breathed?

    We breath-in oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen and minute amounts of invisible

    particulates, which always includes microbes. But, when we exhale our breath contains

    less oxygen and more carbon dioxide and maybe modified microbes. So, there’s a

    chemical change that takes place inside our lungs. The question becomes – did YHVH

    exhale this breath of life, or did He simply blow atmospheric air into Adam’s nostrils?

    If YHVH actually exhaled like we do then did a chemical change occur to cause the

    breath of life? Along a similar vein of assessment if a single metal is withheld man’s

    body begins to sicken and will eventually die if this metal is not found in food.


    It is obvious to me that oxygen is a fundamental metallic component of life. Most

    people I express this view-point with try to humor me, but discreetly cannot cope with

    or accept the fact that oxygen is a metal. Instead, people prefer to use the word element

    to express comprehension as to what oxygen is. I say that under the correct

    circumstances oxygen when pure is a metal, but the conditions for oxygen to be a

    metal is not favorable on earth at this time. Likely as not, if oxygen was found as metal

    on earth then life as we currently understand the term would be radically different in

    structure, substance or form.


    In later scripture YHVH says that life exists in the blood. Is not what is in the blood the

    elements (metals, including oxygen) for each bodily cell to function, so that the whole

    body can experience life? And somewhat similarly, it’s recognized that when the body

    dies the elemental components that make up the body eventually become dust as is

    mentioned at – Ecclesiastes 12:7   Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was:

    and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it. In other words the metals are in route

    to another form of existence, such as detailed in Genesis 2:9.


    On a slightly different heading, but within the parameters of unconventional belief the

    human body is fascinating, for it is like a battery that produces electricity via a variety

    of chemical (metal) inter-reactions, which sorta suggests man is a pre-programmed

    machine following his inborn desires? To try and think in mundane dogmatic

    prescriptive nomenclatures is for me no-longer a viable option, because we are a

    functioning collection of metalloids, but seldom do egos allow us to think the thought

    that we are programmed to behave in manners that may well be not of our so-called

    choosing and must ultimately play the game or suffer unimaginable consequences for

    failure to get with the program. Another way of viewing this same reality would be

    enlisting the word instinct to describe man’s peculiar behavior patterns.

    I have not yet completed my studies in how the Hebrew alphabetical script not only

    spells each metal, but how the lettering may be associated with ancient biblical

    concepts. So, for those who may want to invest some time prospecting the possibilities

    here’s a site to initiate such a quest. www.science.co.il/PTelements-Hebrew.asp



Genesis 2:8   And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed.


    It appears that man was not made in the garden, but outside the garden, but is Eden’s  

    soil the same or similar soil composition (dust) as we currently reside upon? Because

    man’s current body is made-up of a large percentage of bacterium the question

    regarding dust would be was Adam’s form also hosting bacteria?


    Most people I communicate with regarding scriptures seem to have the opinion that on  

    the 7th day of creation that YHVH’s entire creation was complete. I doubt that scripture

    states such and because people have accepted this proposition it seems to have stuck

    throughout the last few thousand years. Regardless of what others conceptualize or

    accept as factual I am of the opinion that YHVH only finished 6 days of His work and

    rested on the 7th day, and that YHVH is still finishing His work, which is verified with

    this verse because He obviously did more creating by planting a garden in Eden.



Genesis 2:9   And out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.


    All man life after Adam has what remains of Adam's life force (YHVH's breath), but

    Adam’s elements went back to dust and each human there after was exclusively made     

    of dust that was contained within the male and female seed, which is able to flourish or

    grow due to the metals that are contained within the plant and animal meats that are   



    Despite what we are often told – we are not what we eat, but that which we digest or   

    metabolize for cellular health. And isn’t metabolized food ionic/colloidal metals in an

    infinite number of intricate forms?


    Because the soil in Eden is probably of different composition than what was made   

    outside Eden it is unlikely that I can intelligently question what type of metals make a

    tree of knowledge or life. Yet, the tree of knowledge indicates that everything can be

    or is known by eating its meat or fruit and likely as not Adam for at least a moment

    knew everything. The question becomes – was this knowledge transferable or was it

    forgotten as soon as this tree’s fruit was no longer eaten?




Genesis 2:10   And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads.

    If this river is made of what we call water then Eden has at a minimum both Hydrogen

    and Oxygen, plus whatever dissolved and/or suspended solids is in this river water.


    Is this river actually in Eden if it is providing water for this garden, or is the Garden

    outside Eden?



Genesis 2:11   The name of the first is Pison: that is it which compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold;
Genesis 2:12   And the gold of that land is good: there is bdellium and the onyx stone.


    Havilah , a mysterious land  that apparently harbors gold, bdellium and onyx. I kinda

    wonder if Havilah is liken to the Garden, which is either a part of the terrain within or

    outside of Eden.


    1st mention of gold and this metal is good. Is this a coincidence that such a Nobel metal  

    is mentioned first before any other metal? I wonder what the purity of this gold was/is?


    Gem stones are also specifically mentioned. So, what is the composition of these two  

    stones? Bdellium is apparently some kind of white colored gem that may be similar to

    manna, whose metallic composition cannot be determined with the data I currently find

    available, but, perhaps it was a pure form of silver completely unknown by today’s

    standards? Today’s Onyx is classified as SiO2  (silica and oxygen) forming perhaps an

    agate. Yet, there seems to be considerable controversy about the true nature of this

    stone, because some biblical scholars believe this onyx is actually emerald. Trouble is,

    emeralds are made of different metals than onyx and produce varying colors, whereas

    biblical onyx is thought to be either white or black.


    Obviously YHVH placed special value upon these two stones, but were they what we

    refer to as gemstones, and were they cut and polished? Furthermore, when before or

    after Adam ate of the tree of knowledge did he know of the art of cutting and

    polishing? If so, then this implies that Adam knew the lapidary arts as well as

    metallurgy, for the two go hand in hand.



Genesis 2:13   And the name of the second river is Gihon: the same is it that compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia.
Genesis 2:14   And the name of the third river is Hiddekel: that is it which goeth toward the east of Assyria. And the fourth river is Euphrates.


    Perhaps, the water (1 oxygen &  2 hydrogen atoms) that flows out of Eden is some  

    kind of life force or that these rivers carry unusual amounts of dissolved metals or vast

    quantities of placer gold to fuel future economies, as well as man’s insatiable desire for



Genesis 2:15   And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.


    If Adam was to keep this garden in some kind of shape that YHVH desired, then it

    suggests metal implements were utilizable or tools man knows nothing about.


Genesis 2:16   And the LORD God commanded the man, saying, Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat:

Genesis 2:17   But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.

    This verse indicates that Eve was not given the dire warning to not eat of the tree of the  

    knowledge of good and evil. And, it would be pure speculation to suggest that Adam  

    told Eve of YHVH’s command to not eat this particular fruit.



Genesis 2:18   And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.


    The word will infers sometime in the distant future. I wonder why there is the distinct

    division between now and later? Plus, it indicates that YHVH is not consulting with

    any other portion of His creation(s), which further indicates that the metals are not

    necessarily a major consideration for the future Eve.




Genesis 2:19   And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them: and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.


    Adam was formed from dust outside the garden, but every beast of the field appears to

    have been formed from Eden’s soil. Thus, because their flesh is made from Eden’s

    soil perhaps the animal’s flesh is special, which may help explain why animals

    could be sacrificed. Maybe all these beasts and fowl have different metal compounds

    than man? Something I need to conduct further research upon.




Genesis 2:20   And Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for Adam there was not found an help meet for him.


    Clearly, YHVH knew He had not yet made Eve, so is this verse suggesting that

    someone, something (the metals, Yeshua or?) went prospecting for a help meet?




Genesis 2:21   And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof;
Genesis 2:22   And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.


    Eve was formed from Adam inside the garden. And, Eve like all women is kinda

    special as well as unique unto themselves in that they are similar to a magnet, which

    both attracts and repels.


    Man was formed by and from “OURimage, so was Eve formed from man’s image?


    Could it be that there are feminine metals? If so, what preponderance of what metal(s)  

    would make Eve?


    Obviously a rib with attached flesh is an insufficient amount of material to physically

    form an entire woman, so where did the remaining components come from?




Genesis 2:23   And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.


    Does Eve truly possess all the same metals or metal compounds as Adam if her flesh

    originated from a single bone and immediate surrounding flesh?




Genesis 2:24   Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.



    Do women possess some metal compound that men are missing and this is one of the   

    reasons why men seek women so diligently?

    This verse strongly suggests that offspring was to come about before Adam and Eve

    knew each other.



Genesis 2:25   And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.


    Other than the game of modern day financial long & short hedging can the metals be

    naked? And if the foregoing question was not harebrained enough – is pureness a form

    of nakedness?


                                                    Concluding Comments.



Deciphering Scripture is indicative of prospecting mineral laden country rock given that its loaded with heavy media. In addition, the act of concentrating and separating only the metallic portions is not as easy as it appears, because the metals like the ink lettering are bound up as chemical compounds within every kinetic aspect of the formulated gospels.


Some who scan these words will not understand my suggestions, nor will the weekend warrior see the pure nuggets laying round and about begging to be scooped up without the usual back breaking effort. Nevertheless, there will be a few prospectors who will recognize pay dirt and go to the trouble of taking a closer look.


The unbeliever who can’t cope with the concept of the metal kingdom will scoff at the idea that the world and man is metal. So, to help the skeptical here’s one simplistic retort as to what metals are – they are like men, who are known by their works, each is one of a kind and able to do something unique?


Is it, or could it be possible that because customs and cultures rise up out of the ground, that Judean/Israelite religious concepts sprang into existence as a direct result of the metals, which are a constant everlasting proof that YHVH is the Creator?


Because YHVH is everywhere, and everything – what’s the difference between faith in a lode deposit or a load of gospel faith?

It is not my aim to find agreement amongst those who read these short essays. Instead it is my sincere hope that what I have written will be found worthy of controversy.



Joseph Cummins


Created: May 7, 2006