Saturday, September 14, 2019

Anagrams in the Garden of Eden: Fascinating Proofs in Genesis

In my book Holy Grams-past, present, future through anagrams, the phrase *Genesis – Creation and Fall of Man* is anagrammed for clues to the chain of events leading up to Adam and Eve's disobedience and banishment from paradise. This punishment included loss of an enhanced physical state and vulnerability to death. Consequences of their actions also led to the sacrifice of an animal to create coverings for them, and the promise of a Redeemer who would one day restore mankind back to intimate fellowship with his Creator.

Below in quotes is a sampling of the anagrams created from the phrase *Genesis – Creation and Fall of Man*.


“Female scandalising afternoon.”
“An off-center alongside animals.”
“Lad slag-off Senior maintenance.”
“Innocent earn slag-off maladies.”
“Satan clean domineer in slag-off.”

Remember the fig leaf aprons the couple crafted when they realized they were naked?

“Malfeasant. Considering on ...leaf.”

And how they hid from the voice of the Lord God?


“Malignant ...feared confessional.”

Bloodshed had never occurred in the idyllic paradise of Eden. But without the shedding of blood, there is no remission of sin.


“Offences and angel or ‘tis animal.”
“Animal. Cleanest or as offending.”
“Son’s offending. Lacerate animal.”
“Angriness. Cold feet of an animal.”

Fortunately, before the first sin was ever committed, Jesus Christ-the Lamb slain before the foundation of the world - was foreordained to pay the price for mankind's sinful condition and restore him to fellowship with God. This prophecy is alluded to in Isaiah 9:6-7, and is shown fulfilled in Colossians 2:14 and Luke 10:18-19.
“Infant, endearing. Colossal fame.”
 “Nail offences, large damnations.”
“Saintdom’s Ace of infernal angel.”

Individual words that can be made from letters in the anagrammed phrase are also quite insightful:

“self-determining” “self-condemnation” “conflagrations”
 “organic disease”  “Renaissance man”

See all the anagrams associated with this topic in

Next, we'll look at the story of Cain and Abel.


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