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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Four Rivers of the Garden of Eden.




Four Rivers ran out of the Garden of Eden.

We return by the one that was at our backs when we left. ~Barbara Hannah. [Complete Citation is Needed.]

Note:

“In the legend of paradise, the river that flows out of the Garden of Eden parts and becomes four riverheads.

This image has been taken up by the Gnostics to illustrate the development of the inner human being.

According to Simon Magus, paradise is the uterus, and the Garden of Eden the navel

Four flows emanate from the navel, two air- and two blood-vessels, so to speak, through which the growing child receives its food, the blood, and the pneuma.” ~Carl Jung, Children’s Dreams Seminar, Pages 365-367.

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