What ever happened to the Garden of Eden?

 
 
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CalmWind
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15 January 2007 05:56
 

Is the flaming sword still going snicker-snack? Or was the fire put out by the flood? :D

 
 
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NobleSavage
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15 January 2007 06:20
 

The garden of Eden was burned down in a horrible accident after Adam and Eve’s departure.  It seems the angel was getting a little too much into swinging his nifty flaming sword around and creating the trail of shiny sparks as whipped through the air.  After the former paradise on earth was reduced to ashes, the angel was quoted as saying, “Oops, my bad.”  He’s been on gate polishing duty ever since.

 
 
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CalmWind
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15 January 2007 19:11
 

I knew it! You know, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Stop swinging flaming swords near the trees! We lost the tree of life on that one…

 
 
 
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camanintx
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16 January 2007 02:08
 

[quote author=“SeanK”]Darn.  And I was just about to take my flaming sword camping with me.  Guess I have to leave it at home.

In the infamous words of Smokey the Bear,
[quote author=“Smokey the Bear”]Only YOU can prevent forest fires. Well, God could too but he is here right now is he?

 
 
 
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aaeoni
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25 January 2007 13:21
 
[quote author=“Storm”]Is the flaming sword still going snicker-snack? Or was the fire put out by the flood? :D

  The Garden will never be found.  The world was completely changed after the flood.  You will have to read the Bible to find out where the tree of Life is.

 
 
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Joad
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25 January 2007 13:25
 

The Garden of Eden is safely stored in Superman’s Fortress of Solitude.

The Tree of Life is guarded by Bizzaro Jimmy Olsen.

 
 
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CalmWind
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25 January 2007 19:25
 

Latest research:

The lost Garden of Eden – the home of our first parents, Adam and Eve – was found in Our Hollow Earth in 1830 by Olaf and Jens Jansen, the story of which you can find on my website.  My estimate of it’s location is 800 miles beneath Independence, Missouri, USA.

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All though the site insults me by calling Thor and Odin Norwegian gods, in reference to Olaf not being Christian, it’s just rock solid evidence through and through after that.

I always knew there was something special about Missouri. :D

 
 
 
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dlsmith
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26 January 2007 14:18
 

[quote author=“aaeoni”]  The Garden will never be found.  The world was completely changed after the flood.  You will have to read the Bible to find out where the tree of Life is.

I heard it’s in Central Park, Manhattan. Everything’s still there, naked people, snakes, apple trees, and a guy that says he’s god.

 
 
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Bad_Conduct
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26 January 2007 18:22
 

It’s gone like all the nature under New York.

 
 
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Mayrstar
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28 January 2007 15:55
 

It’s currently the utopian haven of suicide bombers and murdering insurgents and terrorists in Iraq. 

Ahhh… the garden of eden…

 
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28 January 2007 18:23
 

Where did God get the name Eden from? Who or what is Eden?

 
 
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CalmWind
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28 January 2007 18:58
 

Eden is a misinterpretation of SwEden, the most beautiful place in the world. When you want to visit Eden, go to Sweden.  :D

 
 
 
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FaixaPreta
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28 January 2007 19:26
 

Sweden may indeed be the Garden of Eden, but this is the first place A&E visited upon leaving.  :twisted:

 
 
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CalmWind
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28 January 2007 20:37
 

[quote author=“FaixaPreta”]Sweden may indeed be the Garden of Eden, but this is the first place A&E visited upon leaving.  :twisted:

I remember driving through Ballylickey Bay in Ireland on my vacation. We even stopped to take pictures.  :D