were the origins of heaven and earth when they were created.
is the documented history of the development of the Heights
and the Lowlands.
the concept of the Infinite Supreme Being requiring rest after
his work of creating, is hardly credible. It points up the 'homely
adaption' carried out by the Exilic redactors of the Sixth Century
of Kharsag, or the Garden in Eden, is illustrated by a contoured
map, shown below and shows a two-fold division. The northern
part was highland and contained the Reservoir and the two principal
buildings; the southern part was a flat lowland - a fertile,
old lake-bed on which the Shining Onesestablished their
plantations, orchards and pastures. These two parts became known
to the Semitic peoples as ha'shemim= 'the Heights', and
ha'arez= 'the Land'.
they became translated as 'heaven' and 'earth'; and 'heaven'
became the seat of all Man's hopes and desires. And yet we could
go there today and sit upon the rocks among which the Shining
Oneslaboured if civilized development had not taken over;
and if the area did not lie within the war zone of Southern
contour map of the Rachaiyah Basin with speculative placements
of structures mentioned in the Kharsag Epics.