Cherubims, Flaming Sword, Tree of Life In Bible Codes

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Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan from google earth. Potential site of Garden of Eden has the arial appearance of marijuana, shedding additional light on what really happened with Adam and Eve.

Recently discovered clues in Bible codes apparently transcend one language translation to the next, proving god works in mysterious ways including in Japanese. Using a new supercomputer Tokyo biblical scholars have cracked a code in Genesis 3:24 from the New Interconfessional Version translated from the KJVe specifically to align with Japanese culture. The English text clearly shows an accurate description of what actually happened at the end of Adam and Eves tumultuous departure from the garden. It reads as follows.

“So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life.”

‭‭Genesis‬ ‭3:24‬ ‭KJV‬‬

The New Interconfessional Version reads like this.







As you can clearly see from the Japanese translation the Cherubims and the flaming sword mentioned in verse 24, and using every second syllable of every fourth word identifies the exact location of the east end of the garden of eden. (If you missed it, don’t forget horizontal Japanese is read right to left) The CFOBR (Center For Oriental Bible Research) has a team of experts on the ground in two unspecified location in Canada. Wikileaks’s has identified a previous location and researchers are investigating the correlation. One team is at a bakery in Vancouver, the other in Saskatchewan.


Author: jimoeba

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11 thoughts on “Cherubims, Flaming Sword, Tree of Life In Bible Codes”

  1. I’ve been there. On the boarder with Alberta. You can see across all of Alberta to the Rocky’s and deep into the States from there. For those in wagons going west and seeing them rising in the distance for weeks and seemingly getting no closer had to mess with their heads. That’s as other worldly as it got for me.

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    1. It is a cool geographic anomaly. On google it stands out for miles. Never been there though. Just found it looking for an unusual pic on google earth to prove its all true:))


      1. Well it’s real. Interesting to note it’s the highest elevation in the province and your within serous “time wasting” distance from Prairie Dog Town. A must see for the young with more time to spare and a soft spot for rodents.

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        1. I like chipmunks. I’ve heard that Cherubims actually came from a loose translation of chipmunk, which makes more sense we would see “chipmunks and a flaming sword” guarding the tree of life.


          1. My wife and I were on our way to the Olympics in Montreal and she had to see the dam things. I kept telling her that we were seeing them in their hundreds every mile was passed. Hell the highway was carpeted with their tiny bodies. No dam it, those are ground squirrels. Definitely not your genuine Dog. Literally, after what turn out to be a 300+ mile detour on mostly a unimproved roads we arrived to see a circle with a marker in the middle, riddled with bullets and more beer cans than critters.

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