ERM - Genesis 04 Bible Study


by Ella Rose Mast


Vs:1---"Adam knew Eve his wife and she conceived and bare Cain and said I have gotten a man from the Lord."

Here we have translation that is not clear, the old books and the Scripture of the New Testament tell you that Cain was of the wicked one...I John 3:12.

"Not as Cain who was of the wicked one, and slew his brother."

In the old books then when Cain was born then Adam asked:..'where did that one come from? And Eve answered:..'I have gotten a man from the Lord." She did not say Lord God, as it is written before. They have here in scripture used many names for YAHEH...first Lord, then Lord God, and other titles. Was this done to confuse? There were on the earth at that time, and still today, many men called Lord, for this is a title. Another thought...if Eve did not have a child from Satan, then she did not transgress, did she?

Vs:2---"And she again after bare his 1/2 brother Abel, and Abel was a keeper of the sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground."

Here in symbolism thus Abel would be of the sheep nation, and Cain would be of the World Order under Satan. Abel being from Adam and Eve would honor his father and mother, and they could teach him of his heritage, whereas they were symbolized of the great shepherd of the Star Bible. He was a good child and obeyed his father and mother, but cain was of a different nature. He was interested in the World Order now around them and he would not obey Adam and his mother Eve. It was necessary for the boys to bring an offering unto YAHWEH as they reached a certain age, this signified that they believedd in the program of the Kingdom, and its fulfillment under YAHWEH.

Vs:3---"Cain brought fruit of the ground (or earth), as an offering unto YAHWEH."

Vs:4---"And Abel, he brought of the firstling of his flock and of the fat thereof, and YAHWEH had respect unto Abel and to his offering."

Now; Cain would show his begatting by what he offered to YAHWEH, and it showed that his thinking was of the World Order. Whereas Abel would do the customary sacrifice of Israel which was the firstling of his sheep. And this would indicate that he had taken the teaching of his parents to heart.

Vs:5---"But unto Cain and to his offering, YAHWEH did not accept and Cain was angry and his countenance fell."

Vs:6---"And the Lord said to Cain, why art thou wrath? And why has thy countenance fallen?

Vs:7---"If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? And if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door, and then unto thee shall be his desire and thou shalt rule over him."

In otherwords if Cain would do well, then he would be accepted, but if not then sin lieth at the door, and this will be used as a temptation to Abel, and then if he falls Cain could rule over him.

Now; these two boys were growing up in this same household, but according to the old books, Cain was always doing things which caused Adam and Eve to grieve, and now he was running with the wrong crowd so to speak. People had been coming into that area of the Tarim Basin and the history of the area says there was gambling here, horseracing, and everything that went with a world that would tempt children and parents as well. Adam and Eve were very disturbed for their children, for they of course had more children.

Vs:8---"Cain talked with his 1/2 brother and it came to pass when they were in the field that Cain rose up against Abel his 1/2 brother and slew him."

What aactually took place was that Cain said to Abel, 'let us go out into the field (world) and Abel did not want to go with him, so Cain killed him. And as I John 3:12 said:...'Cain did this because his own works were evil and his brother's righteous.

Thus this is just listing the difference between these two boys, Cain was of his father the devil, and Abel was of his father Adam, even tho they had the same mother. This is also a lesson for today, you cannot mix the races in your family circle unless you expect much trouble. They do not think alike, they do not have the same type of spirit.

Vs:9---"And the LORD said unto Cain, where is your brother? And Cain said, I know not, am I my brothers keeper?'

Vs:10---"And he said: What hast thou done? The voice of thy brothers blood crieth unto me from the ground."

The posterity of Abel was of course capable of carrying forward the Spirit which is necessary for the building of this kingdom. For Abel came from an unclean womb, and it would take seven gestations before Eve would bring forth a child from Adam which would carry this seed forward.

Vs:11---"And now art thou cursed from the earth which opened her mouth to receive thy brother's blood."

Vs:12---:When thou tillest the ground, it shall not henceforth yield unto thee her strength; a fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be in the earth."

This was the sentence pronounced upon Cain, he does not fit in the Adamic picture and will be driven out from that family unit. His strength will come from what he can make the earth (world order) produce for himself. (Appendix 6)

Vs:13---"Cain said, but my punishment is geater than I can bear." (actually he said,..'Is my iniquity to great to be forgiven)

Vs:14---"Behold! Thou hast driven me out this day from the face of the earth, and from thy face shall I be hid; and I shall be a fugative and a vagabond in the earth, and it shall come to pass everyone that findeth me shall slay mw."


Vs:15---"But the LORD said to him, therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him seven fold. And the Lord set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him should kill him."

Now; the mark or sign for Cain, it is an identification mark, and it was not quite this same way in the older books.

"Igave them my statutes and showed them my judgments, which is a man do, he shall live in them." (Ezra 20:12) "And if they don't then there is trouble for them." And this is what he told Cain, but since Cain decided to do otherwise thus he faced the judgments to come.

Vs:16---"And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod on the east of Eden.

Vs:17---"And Cain knew his wife and she conceived and bare Enoch and he builded a city and he called the name of his city after his son."

Now; then Cain went out into the land east of Eden and there he found a wife in this land of Nod. That word mmeans the land of the Nomads. So who were these people, to the east of Eden, but the Asiatics... left over from the ancient Turanians at that time, later they would be known as the Mongolians of the Steppes of Asia, and from that area later would come the Hoards of Genghis Kahn..come agaisnt the Christian west of Europe. The name of his son "Enoch" in the english Bible's is the same as Enoch from the generations of Adam, but this was not true in the old books....the name was simply 'Enosh.'

Vs:18---"And unto Enosh was born Irad and Irad begat Mehajael, and Methusael begat Metjisae, and he begat Lamech.

Vs:19---"And Lamech took unto himself two wives, and the name of one was Adah, and the name of the other was Zillah. And Adah bare Jabel, and he was the father of such as dwell in tents, and of such as have cattle."

Vs:21---"And his brother's name was Jubal, he was the father of all such as handle the harp and the organ."

Now; you have sited here Cain's posterity which comes in the posterity of the 'Generations of the heavens, and the earth' (Gen.1), and is not in the Book of Generations of Adam which we shall show you later. (Appendix 20)

With Cain having posterity then remember that Adam and Eve were also having other children. It would however take seven gestations of the womb of Eve to be cleansed after the birth of Cain before Adam and Eve could have other children to carry on the Adamic line. These other children of Adam and Eve would live in the Tarium Basin and their lives would end here. It would be the son called 'Seth' that would be able to carry forward that seed of spirit.

You have been given here the lineage of Cain for a purpose, to show that he had children and being outside the Tarium Basin would also continue as would the Adamites as they left that area. The 'Mark of Cain' was thus an identification mark for you hear his name much later, in fact Jesus tied the Jews in Judea back to Cain.


Vs:22---"And Zillah, she also bore Tubal-Cain, an instructor of every artificer in brass and iron, and the sister of Tubal-Cain was Naamah." (Tubal-Cain also had sons who carried on his name)

Vs:23---"And Lamech said unto his wives, Adah and Zillah, hear my voice ye wives of Lamech, harken unto my speech for I have slain a man to my wounding, and a young man to my hurt."

Vs:24---"If Cain be avenged sevenfold, truly Lamech seventy and sevenfold." (the name Lamech means... shall be avenged)

From the Swift Ministry and the old books, I have read the story that as Lamech became old he became almost blind and by mistake one day he killed a man, and this one was Cain.

You are once again back to the Adamic lineage but for a purpose showing you that he and his seed continue then the lineage of Cain, the son of Satan, is included in your Bible.

Vs:25---"And Adam knew his wife again and she bare a son, and called his name Seth, for God said she hath appointed me another seed instead of Abel whom Cain slew."

Now; the title God here is Elohim, and the name of Seth means substituted or appointed, and the word 'seed' in this case is son.

Vs:26---"Then in time Seth also saw a son born to him, and he called his name Enos, and then we are told that 'Men (Adamites) became to call upon the name of YAHWEH."

In the old books it is said that Seth and his family began to call themselvess children of YAH, signaling that the womb of Eve was cleansed and now from Seth on the Adamic race once more could pass on the inherited spirit from YAHWEH, like as the Elohim carried.

Now; I think that the Appendix 21., has been inserted here for a purpose, and you will notice by whom, but this does not occur in the old records. It is just one of these insertions whereas you are to recognize who is doing the inserting.