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What Eves

What if Eve was selfish and didn't want to share?


What if Eve was on a diet and didn't wanna eat at all?


“Not of Space” || “Out of Space”


“Not of Time” || “Out of Time”

Utopia, Uchronia and Mythopoeia

Permutations, Arrangements and Combinations

Energy, Frequency and Vibration

Child, Young Man and Old Woman

The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit

Maiden, Mother, Crone

What is the symbolism behind Eve?

The Bible, our latest creation myth offers us quite a controversial and somewhat contradictory version.

If you read carefully, you might just think there was not one Eve, but maybe two or three, or even six,even though seven seems to be the aimed number. Nevertheless on the 7th Day, the Almighty God, tired after all that hard work, rested for a bit.

Now, let’s return to the famously infamous Eve of the sixth day, the wife of Adam. She is made from the rib taken from Adam, however she doesn’t need the breath of life to become a living soul. As God never gifted her the breath of life, she either doesn’t need it, making her an improved creation in comparison to Adam or she is not a living soul, which would make the whole story¬† interesting to say the least. She is able to see that the Tree is good for food, and a delight to the eyes , understanding that the tree was to be desired to make one wise. Not much happens after she eats the fruit or after she offers it to Adam.

It is only after Adam eats himself the forbidden fruit that the eyes of both of them were opened and God gets frustrated and angry. Curious.

True that God only addressed Adam directly, specifically instructing him not to eat. But the whole cast out, fall episode appears to be more as the reaction of a jealous man than of a concerned or loving father.

And then again, why the rib? What makes it so special, perhaps bone narrow?

What is that deep sleep, a dream, hypnosys, anesthesia, coma or death itself?

Are there more Eves? Other than the biblical ones?

Aphrodite, created from the white foam of her father’s Uranus severed genitals, but Eve was not a goddess, one might say. Pandora, the first human woman, created by Hephaestus on the instructions of Zeus, as a punishment to Prometheus stealing the fire and creating the first human man. Prometheus shaped man out of mud and Athena breathed life into his clay figure.

Putting everything into perspective, is it possible that Adam was in fact created by the two gods and Eve was created by a totally different god as an act of revenge, hence the two creations of humans in the Bible as well?

Extended videos

Join me in discovering what other mythologies approach the Eve archetype and lift the veil that hides the connections between them all.

Eve, “the mother of all living”, the first human woman or the gift on the angry God?

Who or What is Eve?