Now Adam dwelt for a season in the land between the great rivers, even the Tigris
and Euphrates, and he walked among the children of men eastward in Eden. And when
he saw that the land was good, he planted a garden there.
Summary: Eden refers to an area located near the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in
which Adam and Eve, the first of the Adaam, eventually settled and planted a garden
(B:1:6,10,15,34) (c. 12,775 BCE). It was here that the Adaam mingled with the Enoshahim
and taught them the fundamental skills that would become the foundation for civilization.
The Garden of Eden symbolized the gardens found on the Paradise moon, Eden World,
located in the Celestial realm of the Elohim.
Just prior to their ascension, Adam and Eve gathered their descendants in the garden
of Eden (c. 11, 845 BCE). It was during this grand meeting, referred to as the Adamic
Council, that Adam designated his son, Seth, as the head of the Adamic family (AZC
- Adamic Council).