OK, Genesis 4:1 what’s going on here, because it makes no sense when we add in the evidence which I revealed in part one, so I will copy it here again:

Gen 4:1-2 And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD. 2 And she again bare his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground.

Now before I expound on the other writings let’s look at the KJV first to see if we can make any sense of it: “And Adam knew Eve, his wife,” hello, excuse me, Adam did what? Adam had already ‘known’ his wife in The Garden, so how is it that after expulsion from The Garden he is only now ‘knowing’ his wife as if for the first time? And what has happened to the two seeds if Adam is the father of both Cain and Abel? Notice, it doesn’t say “And Adam knew Eve his wife again”. Then it says she conceived and bare Cain and not only that but she says she has: “Gotten a man from the Lord”. We then have Eve conceiving and baring Abel, but with Adam having only known her once, so what’s going on here!!?? We need to understand that Eve fell pregnant due to sinful, evil, promiscuous and lascivious sexual acts and then declares she has been blessed with a man from the Lord. How does that work then, does the Lord bless sin? We only have to recall what happened to King David’s child through his illicit sexual shenanigans with Bathsheba to know that The Lord does not bless the fruits of the womb of Biblical characters when they misbehave. You can read the story in 2 Samuel 12 and in particular verse 15.

Make no mistake Eve’s evil union with the Devil would, and could, only bring trouble, not only to her, but to Adam, and for all mankind in the future as well, culminating in the flood and the sinful post flood world, too i.e. our world today. If we know the story, we will also know that the fruits of this event would be graphically displayed in the way in which Cain turns out i.e. what kind of a being he was – a human being – NOT A MAN; Cain was the first human being. As an aside, ‘Hu’ from the Hebrew/Gaelic tongue means ‘serpent’ so a hu-man is a serpent-man – a descendant of Cain. A man therefore is NOT a hu-man being and a hu-man being is NOT a man. This is why Yashua Anointed was known as The Son of Man – a Son of Adam.

Moreover, and that being the case, what was Eve really saying when she said she had: “Gotten a man from the Lord?” This KJV corrupted evidence also raises another question, how did Eve come to the conclusion that Cain was a gift from The Lord. We know that Adam and Eve’s sin in The Garden was sexual in nature, because they covered sexual regions with aprons to hide their shame. This means that Eve must have had a good idea of whose child she was carrying in her womb. That being the case, how did she come to the conclusion that it was a gift from the Lord? How does that make any sense?

Furthermore, how did the translators of the KJV think they were going to get away with this stupid nonsense – the nonsense of Eve’s statement that: “she had gotten a man from the Lord”? Was it a case that they thought she was completely naïve, I don’t think so, because all they wanted to do was hide the truth that Cain was literally a son of the Devil. Why did they want to do that and what did they have to gain from such devious behaviour? All will be revealed as this series of articles develops!

Again, if we continue to accept the story line as written in the KJV, we then have to ask ourselves if Cain and Abel were twins, for it appears that Adam ‘knows’ Eve once only. So if Eve did have twins, could these twins have had different fathers – a phenomenon known in medical terms today as superfetation? Well, it has been known, and more often than we might at first think. A little Google search will soon reveal and confirm to you this not so uncommon anatomical phenomenon. Therefore, Cain and Abel could have been twins with the Devil as Cain’s father, and Adam as Abel’s father. The thing is, twins or not, it’s the two seeds or seed lines that matter here, nothing else, for this is the core of the matter. Now before we move on to the other writings, let’s add another Holy Scripture here to help us unravel this mystery:

1 John 3:12 Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother. And wherefore slew he him? Because his own works were evil, and his brother’s righteous. (Emphasis mine)

Notice in this verse of John’s letter we have Cain who was “of that wicked one”. The word ‘of’ here in Strong’s Concordance means ‘origin’, so Cain’s “origins” are of the Devil which, again, points to him being the Devil’s seed. I will return to this verse again, in part three of this series of articles, for there is much more Truth to be gleaned from it.

More evidence, too, is made plain through the genealogy of Adam in Genesis 5. Notice, you will not find Cain’s name mentioned in that genealogy, why is that? Well, quite obviously, because Cain was not Adam’s child. I will copy the evidence here:

Gen 5:3 And Adam lived an hundred and thirty years, and begat a son in his own likeness, after his image; and called his name Seth.

Now why did Moses write this verse like that? Why, to draw to our attention the fact that Seth was made in Adam’s own likeness, after his own image, and why make special reference to that? What other image could Eve have born in her womb, if it was not in Adam’s image and in his likeness!!?? Well obviously, this verse is telling us without actually saying it, that of the two sons Cain and Abel, Abel now deceased, only one of them was in Adam’s image and in his likeness – Abel. Elsewhere in the Holy Scriptures it tells us that Seth is a child born to Adam and Eve to take Abel’s place:

Gen 4:25 And Adam knew his wife again; and she bare a son, and called his name Seth: For God, said she, hath appointed me another seed instead of Abel, whom Cain slew. (Emphasis mine)

So this means that from Adam we have Abel (murdered) and then Seth who begat Enos, who begat Cainan, who begat Mahalaleel, who begat Jared, who begat Enoch, who begat Methuselah, who begat Lamech and who begat Noah. So there we have it, the Sethitic line from Adam to Noah.

Right, I will now copy here what it says in documents known as the Aramaic Targum(s). Those of you not familiar with these writings, the Aramaic Targums are ancient Jewish writings dating from around the time of the Jews captivity in Babylon, so this means they date from around 550 BC. In general these writings are blasphemous in their content and I would not recommend them to Christian brothers and sisters at all. Having said that we cannot conclude that everything written therein is error for Truth can be found in the most unlikely of places e.g. the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. OK, so here is the writing:

And Adam knew that his wife Eve had conceived from Sammael the angel (of death) and she became pregnant and bore Cain. And she said: “I have got a man from the angel of the LORD.”

Now here we can plainly see this verse has a completely different narrative altogether and tells us a very different story from the corrupted meaningless nonsense in the KJV. It also begins to make some sense. We know that the Devil was always going to try and thwart The Lord’s plans for his pinnacle of creation – mankind. We are, after all, made in Their Image and what better way to thwart that plan than by literally polluting The Godhead’s creation by intercourse with His creation, Eve. Notice how Eve’s statement has changed and the naïvety of her KJV statement revealed for what it is – the work of evil dissemblers via their agenda based translations.

Returning once more to the KJV, notice, too, how Eve is known as the “Mother of All Living” but Adam is not known as the ‘father of all living’:

Gen 3:20 And Adam called his wife’s name Eve; because she was the mother of all living.

The word ‘was’ here should more accurately be translated ‘was to become’ and of course she did become the mother of all living, but Adam is nowhere known as the ‘father of all living’. This, once again, tells us that Eve sired children from another source other than Adam, and, of course, that source was The Devil.

If we now return to Genesis 4:1-2 we can then see that after Eve conceived Cain she then bare Abel, but it doesn’t say how long the interval between the two conceptions was, so as I said earlier some commentators say Cain and Abel were twins, others that Abel followed swiftly nine months later. Either way they were of a similar age and grew up together, one, Abel, being a keeper of sheep and the other, Cain, a tiller of the ground.

The story then continues with Cain’s infamous wicked act of murdering his half-brother, but what was behind this act? All will be revealed in part three.