Garden of Eden Location
Letter From Itia
To the school of theology, the Garden of Eden is a supernatural place on dry land that is protected by a two edged sword so that no one can enter it ever again. To modern science, the Garden of Eden is about 140 meters below the current sea level just beyond the Persian Gulf. The bible says, “Now a river flowed out of Eden to water the garden; and from there it divided and became four rivers. The name of the first is Pishon; it flows around the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold.[...] The name of the second river is Gihon; it flows around the whole land of Cush. The name of the third river is Tigris; it flows east of Assyria And the fourth river is the Euphrates.”
The Tigris and Euphrates make up two of those rivers, and they both flow into the Persian Gulf. The other two disappeared with the end of the last ice age. Sea level before the end of the last ice age was 140 meters below where it is now. It was not until we had public satellite imagery that could view the topology of the land under water. Now we can see the topology of the sea floor on Google maps (when you use satellite view). You can clearly see the ancient riverbeds on the seabed floor. The Garden of Eden is somewhere around 21.506230, 61.867675
It is deep under the current sea level of the sea between Oman, Pakistan and India. Our ancestors were not kicked out of the garden by an angel with a two edged sword. They were kicked out by the rising waters from the last ice age. As the waters rose, they retreated from the garden to the present day shores of Oman, then into present day Saudi Arabia.
The picture below gives more detail on the sea shore that our ancestors lived on, and how they could have percieved they were being “kicked out” by the rising waters. Gihon River and Pishon River are east/west at this location, (see the ancient riverbeds that are now submerged in the sea?) and the Tigris and Euphrates, that now flow into the Persian Gulf north of this location, flowed down the southern face of the Persian Gulf, right through Eden.
No school of education has more to be embarrassed about than the school of Theology. Schools have a duty to pursue the truth and to amend their curriculum as the truth is further uncovered. Because of the belief in the literal word of god, the study of theology is stuck in a frozen status, incorrect information is continued to be taught because of fear of change even when truth is staring you in the face. If you are simply teaching what has been taught to you without any additional independent thought, then you are not a school of religion, you are an indoctrination of religion. Let me give a prime example of this crippling effect that keeps even the most publicly known truths out of the theology lesson book. The Garden of Eden.
Help, I am ItiA