View of Harsag - the last Garden of Eden (in the background - Mount Harmon); own graphics
Garden of Eden or, as Sumerians called it, Harsag, The Chief Garden (HAR - garden, SAG - head), overgrew in the legend so strongly that its exploration stopped, apparently in assumption that in reality it never existed in one particular place. It is known that even Christopher Columbus tried to locate it unsuccessfully, and many scholars before him and after him also did not give peace the inextricable pun over the millennia. Today, it seems that it is of little or no interest to anyone, perhaps because it is not already of such importance for our pragmatic society. But given there were an opportunity to shed light on this grey area of our civilisation, why not look again in this direction? Let's try the following...
On the map beneath the arrows indicate the following lines: red one - direction to the East, in which Adam and Eve followed after the expulsion from Paradise, and there they built Damascus (according to all lores and records of local peoples), blue one - to the north of Mount Harmon, the direction as mentioned by the patriarch Enoch, the Paradise lies north of the mountain.
The map of the Harsag; source of all maps: GoogleEarth
These coordinates precisely indicate only one flat piece of land suitable for cultivation in this area, which is located close to settlement of thirty homes, named Beit Lahia, indicated by the yellow arrow (notably, Beit Lahia means 'the House of God' in Arabic). Also, Jordan River has its source precisely in this area. Below, the contemporary map of the region.
POLONEUM researchers could not have doubts any more. We live in an extraordinary time, when after thousands of years of uncertainty and speculation, we found the original place of residence of our first Forefathers. Hosanna!
The Garden of Eden - Harsag's location in the region; source of all maps: GoogleEarth
There is a multitude of remnants witnessing the time of Adam and Eve in Eden and to the East of it, along the route of their exile. In the entire region, in and around Harsag, thousands of archeological stations await exploration. In the illustration beneath a location is indicated of some of the objects on the ground of the Garden of Eden, as mentioned by patriarch Enoch.
There is so much in human culture connected with this very piece of land that it deserves the highest level of attention and respect, just as it normally is the case with any other of holy places on our planet. As researched by the TIIT TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE, Harsag appears as one of the primary and the most important stops in our road to civilisation. POLONEUM has the whole deinfominated and grounbreaking story here. Please take a look at these pages, which are a fruit of our own initiative and are only available on this POLONEUM website.
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