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The human experience of Divine Encounters as recordedin scriptures and texts from the ancient Near East is a mostamazing and fascinating saga. It is a powerful drama thatspans Heaven and Earth, involving worship and devotion,eternity and morality on the one hand, and love and sex,jealousy and murder on the other; ascents unto space andjourneys to the Netherworld. A stage on which the actors aregods and goddesses, angels and demigods, Earthlings andandroids; a drama expressed in prophecies and visions, indreams and omens and oracles and revelations.

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It is a storyof Man, separated from his Creator, seeking to restore a pri-meval umbilical cord and, by so doing, reach for the stars. Divine Encounters are the ultimate human experience per-haps because they were also the very first human experience;for when God created Man, Man met God at the very momentof being created.

We read in Genesis, the first book of theHebrew Bible, how the first human, "The Adam," wasbrought into being: And God said: Let us make Man in our image, after our likeness We can only surmise that the newborn, at the momentof being brought forth, was hardly aware of the nature andsignificance of that first Divine Encounter. Nor, it appears,was The Adam fully aware of an ensuing crucial encounter,when the Lord God in the creation version attributed toYahweh decided to create a female mate for The Adam: And Yahweh Elohim caused a deep sleep to fall upon the Adam, and he slept.

And he took one of his ribs and closed up the flesh instead of it. And Yahweh Elohim formed the rib which He had taken from the Adam into a woman.

The first man was thus deeply anesthetized during the pro-ceedings, and therefore oblivious to this crucial Divine En-counter in which the Lord Yahweh displayed his surgicaltalents. But The Adam was soon informed of what had hap-pened, for the Lord God "brought the woman unto the man"and introduced her to him. The Bible then offers a few wordsof commentary on why men and women become "one fleshas they marry and ends the tale with the observation thatboth the man and his wife "were naked, but were notashamed.

If theother creatures roaming in the Garden of Eden, "the beastsof the field and the fowl of the skies," were unclothed, whaton Earth should have caused but did not Adam and Eve tobe ashamed of being naked? Was it because the ones inwhose image the Adam was created were wearing clothing? It is a point to be kept in minda clue, an inadvertent clueprovided by the Bible, regarding the identity of the Elohim. No one after Adam and Eve could attain the experience ofbeing the first humans on Earth, with the attendant first Di-vine Encounters.

But what has ensued in the Garden of Eden 4. The First Encounters3has endured as part of human yearning unto our own days.


Even chosen Prophets must have longed to be so privileged,for it was there, in the Garden of Eden, that God spokedirecdy to the first human beings, instructing them regardingtheir nourishment: They can eat of all the gardens fruits,except the fruit of the Tree of Knowing.

The chain of events leading to the Expulsion from Paradiseraises a lasting question: How did Adam and Eve hear Godhow does God communicate with humans at such, or any,Divine Encounters? Can the humans see the divine speaker,or just hear the message?

And how is the message con-veyedface-to-face? In a holographic vision?

Through the medium of dreams? We shall examine the ancient evidence for the answers. But as far as the events in the Garden of Eden are concerned,the biblical text suggests a physical divine presence. Theplace was not a human habitat; rather, it was a divine abode,an orchard deliberately planted "in Eden, in the east," whereGod "put the Adam whom He had fashioned" to serve as agardener, "to till it and to keep it. God is physically present in the Garden of Eden, and thesound of his strolling about the garden can be heard by thehumans.

Can they see the deity? The biblical narrative issilent on the issue; it makes clear, however, that God can seethemor, in this instance, was expecting to see them but 5. The taleraises many issues of great import.

It suggests that The Adamcould talk from the very beginning; it brings up the questionof howin what tonguedid God and Man converse.

Forthe moment let us just pursue the biblical tale: Adams expla-nation, that he hid on hearing Gods approach "because I amnaked" leads to the questioning of the human pair by thedeity. In the full-scale conversation that follows the truthcomes out and the sin of eating the forbidden fruit is admitted though only after Adam and Eve blame the Serpent for thedeed.

The Lord God then declares the punishment: mewoman shall bear children in pain, The Adam shall have totoil for his food and earn his bread by the sweat of his brow. By this time the encounter is clearly face-to-face, for nowthe Lord God not only makes skin-coats for Adam and hiswife, but also clothes them with the coats.

Although the taleundoubtedly is intended to impress upon the reader the sig-nificance of being clothed as a "divine" or major dividingelement between humans and beasts, the biblical passage can-not be treated as only symbolical. It clearly lets us know thatin the beginning, when The Adam was in the Garden ofEden, humans encountered their Creator face-to-face. Now, unexpectedly, God gets worried.

Speaking again tounnamed colleagues, Yahweh Elohim expresses his concernthat "now that the Adam has become as one of us, to knowgood and evil, what if he shall put forth his hand and alsotake of the Tree of Life, and eat, and live forever?

Dealing with Manhis creation, procreation,abode, and transgressionthe Bible abruptly echoes the con-cerns of the Lord.

In the process, the almost-divine nature ofMan is highlighted once more. The decision to create TheAdam stems from a suggestion to fashion him "in the imageand after the likeness" of the divine creators.

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Pentoxifylline Trental therapy for vasculitis of pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis [letter]. Each DNA specimen was also amplified with control primers for human beta globin. Breast skin, courtesy of Mark R.

AB — Two unusual examples of the cutaneous manifestations of vasculitis are presented. In our study the clinical and histologic features of eighty-two patients with pityriasis lichenoides and twenty-six patients with lymphomatoid papulosis were reviewed and compared.

A Review of the Published Literature. Human T-cell lymphotropic pitkriasis type 1 serology was negative in the two patients in whom this test was performed.

Of the 26 cases in which PLEVA was erroneously diagnosed histologically, the correct clinical diagnosis was suggested before biopsies were done in 21 instances. We report a 16 years old male presenting with erythematous papules with crusts and fever. AB — Nine biopsies from skin lesions of 5 patients with pityriasis lichenoides acuta and three biopsies from skin lesions of 3 patients with pityriasis lichenoides chronica were examined by means of the direct immunofluorescence technique.

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The purpose of this study was to examine skin biopsies of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma for the presence of Epstein-Barr virus, herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 2, and human herpesvirus-6 by using the polymerase chain reaction. Histopathologic diagnosis of pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta and its clinical correlation. TOP Related Posts.A Compendium of Beautiful Libraries, September 6th, Wire Size Specifications - Weco ; rating versus wire size for copper conductors.

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