Eve and the generation she produced continued to fall in vibration over the long pre-flood years, while the great serpent, Yahweh, laid in wait for her heal. When it was finally bitten she conceived Seth, who would take up the work of Abel.
Running along a rift that’s part of Earth’s first beaches, Eve has devoured the plants and vegetation which has begun to affect her brain like a drug. Her sense of self-awareness has grown so acute that she has caused a violent frenzy among the beasts and birds of the forest, some have begun to run from her, while others chase her and her head has become engulfed in a flock of frenzied birds who’ve migrated from thousands of miles away. This has become known as her dance, it’s the acknowledgment of herself, and it’s essentially a perfect dance. The great rift is faced by an immense wall of the Earth’s exposed crust and stretches out into the distance as far as the eye can see, every two or three miles an enormous rock pillar is carved out of the Earth’s wall; the monolithic architecture of Adams race.
Cain has grown into a behemoth, with gargantuan hands for tilling the soil. Although he is clean-shaven, his entire countenance is more like that of a beast than a man, and he has been imbued with Gaia’s strength and ferocity, as the progenitor of the Wild Man, the Sasquatch and the Neanderthal. He’s taken his brother Abel out to the great open field that he has tilled with his own hands, and they’ve begun to quarrel. Cain has come to see him as a traitor, doing nothing to protect their birth-right from the predatory angels, so he picks up a mountainous boulder and splits Abel’s skull open, spilling out a stream of blood that is received by the bright green grass of the open field.
Eve gave birth to two sons; Cain, who would become a great husbandman, bringing agriculture and the growing of fruits and vegetables, and Abel, who would grow up as the Shepard, and take up the sacrificial consumption of his fathers animals.