The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 247
A N S W E R S
J U B I L E E S
Is the Garden of Eden in Mesopotamia?
Chapter 8 map indicates the Garden of Eden on Shem’s Eastern border which is no
where near the Middle East. This claim is based on the occult Creation Myth of
Sumer not the Bible and has no place in Bible interpretation. (See Chapter 8 Garden
Map). The Garden is not associated with the Hiddekel and it is ludicrous to associate
the Hiddekel with the Tigris. Daniel never lived there and was not there during that
part of his life but in Susa, Iran. The Bible name for Tigris is never Hiddekel but 26
times Tigris is identified as “the river” because that is the river of abomination where
the occult was reconstituted.
Did Noah’s Ark Land in Turkey or Armenia?
See Chapter 8 map. Noah’s descendants arrived in Shinar (Iraq) from the East. No
matter how one attempts to do so, there is no moving Turkey nor Armenia to the East
of Iraq. That is the wrong mountain in the wrong direction, 12,000 feet too short,
with the wrong name, not mountains, not even the highest land in it’s own area and
definitively a wrong interpretation. If a ship was ever found there, and no evidence has
ever been produced saying so, it is the ark of the Nephilim who claim a landing on a
mountain in that area. Noah and his descendants did not live near Turkey in those
days according to the Bible.
How long were Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden?
7 years and they sinned in the beginning of the 8th on the 2nd month and 17th day
which is the same day the Flood began and the ark door was shut. Jub. 3:17.
Was the Flood Only 40 Days and 40 Nights?
No. That is the marker for when the Flood was lifted. It continued to rise for a total of
150 days when the fountains were ceased and the windows of Heaven shut. Genesis
concurs. Jub. 5:27-28. Gn. 7:24.
What Was the Original Language?
Hebrew was the original language of Creation (Jub. 12:25-26). It was lost at the
Tower of Babel until restored by Abraham who learned it in order to read the writings
of his fathers.