The biblical “Garden of God” described in the Book of Genesis wherein the Jewish and Christian creation narrative occurs; described as being a location of “terrestrial paradise,” the abode of the Biblical first humans, Adam and Eve.

From the Ra Contact: Invoked metaphorically to describe the conditions that existed in third density prior to the veiling process, which lacked free will and the concept of right and wrong, good and bad; entities in this state had the overwhelming awareness of the Creator in the self, felt total security and constant contentment, and had no impetus to move, to work, to learn, and to alter or better their condition.

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77.17, 82.22