The Four Functions of Thinking:

...and man became a living soul, (psyke' [Gr.]
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LEGEND:

1) "rain" (mental perception)

2) plant of the field (of an evolving reality within animal minds)

3) herb of the field before it grew (as a mental construct)

4) a mist, (a mental illusion, phenomenology)

5) a garden, (a mind-matter compatibility, fenced-off, separate from the body)

6) garden (of the evolution of the Conscious Mind)

7) eastward, (to the right)

8) Eden (the hardware of the brain)

9) tree of knowledge of good and evil (instinctual sense of survival through selfishness)

10) a river (twelve pairs of twenty-four sensory nerves)

11) four heads, (the four Lobes of the Cerebral Cortex)

12) the first, (the Frontal Lobe), is Pison

13) compasseth ( Logic)

14) land of Havilah, (Jungian Functional Thinking)

15) gold (of the Superego)

17) bdellium, (mathematical analogy), [Hebrew; bdellium: something in pieces

18) (philosopher's) onyx stone, (Logical modeling). [Hebrew; onyx: to blanch, to whiten by removing color, to make pale as with sickness or fear]

19) second river (of thought, the Occipital Lobe) is Gihon

20) land of Ethiopia, (the center of Jungian Functional Sensation, the Libido)

21) third river (of thought, Temporal Lobe)

22) Hiddekel: that is (Jungian Intuition)

23) Assyria (Babylonia)

24) fourth river (of thought, the Parietal Lobe)

25) Euphrates, (a flow of Jungian Functional Feeling, originating in the
concepts of the Self)

26) eat of it, (or feast consciously upon of the fruit of every idea arising out of those thoughts)

27) Of every tree, (every psychic facility)

28) not eat of it, (or feast upon of the fruit of every idea arising out of those thoughts)

29) the man, (this libidinal thinking creature)

30) an help meet, (a mental counter-part)

31) Adam, (Ramapithecus)

32) a deep sleep, (a progressive evolution)

33) a woman, (The Anima dominant in her, a source of human Intuition)

33) his ribs, (his seven archetypal psychic entities)

34) the rib, (this psychic facility, the Anima/Animus)

35) bone of my bones, (a part of my psyche)

36) flesh, (a source of mental input), of my flesh (the faculty of my

own brain)

37) one flesh, (as one psyche in the mind)

38) naked, (subconscious)

39) man, (in his Libido)

40) wife, (his external Anima)

Genesis 2: Woman is created from the "rib" of Adam.
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Gen. 2:18 And the LORD God, (Father Nature, implied), said, It is not good that the man, (this libidinally thinking creature) should be alone; I will make him an help meet, (a mental counter-part) for him.

Gen. 2:19 And out of the ground the LORD, (the Immanent) God: [Luke 17:20-21], formed, (by means of panentheistic Nature Laws), every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them (mentally) unto Adam, (Ramapithecus), to see what he would call them (in his mind's eye): and whatsoever (Ramapithecus), Adam, called every living creature, that was the name thereof (among this first species of humanoids).

Gen. 2:20 And (Ramapithecus), Adam, gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for (Ramapithecus), Adam, there was not found an help meet, (a mental counter-part), for him.

Gen. 2:21 And the LORD God, (Father Nature), caused a deep sleep, (a progressive series of evolutions), to fall upon (Ramapithecus), Adam, (to psychologically change him), and he (evolved over many millions of years as if he had) slept: and he, (the Universal Power, in time), took one of his (psychic) ribs, ([Hebrew: Tsela; a side of a person, figuratively, "a door."]), and closed up the flesh (of this psychic facility) instead (of including Human Intiution) thereof (within the mind of man);

Gen. 2:22 And (with) the rib, ([Hebrew: Tsela; a side of a person, figuratuvely, "a door."]), which the LORD God, (Father Nature), had taken from man, (the facility of Human Intuition), made he a woman, (he created the Anima dominant in her, that source of human Intuition so powerful in woman), and brought her, (The Big Mother Principle: [Dr. Tessa Warshaw]), unto the man.

Gen. 2:23 And Ramapithecus, (Adam), said, This is now "bone;" ([Etsem; self-same substance]) of my "bones;" ([Etsem, plural], "the seat of vigor or sensation;" [see Job 20:11, 4:14], a part of my psyche), and flesh, (a source of mental output), of my flesh, (as a faculty of my mind): she shall be called Woman, because she (is a different perspective, a way of looking at Reality that) was taken out of Man."

Gen. 2:24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife, (physically manifesting the psychic archetypal entity of this characteristic): and they shall be one flesh, (as in one psyche of the mind).

Gen. 2:25 And they were both naked, (subconscious), the man, (subconscious in his Libido) and his wife, (his external Anima), and were not ashamed.

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Gan 'Eden.
The Garden of Eden is called the "Garden of Righteousness" (Enoch, xxxii. 3), being no longer an earthly paradise (ib. lx. 8, lxi. 12, lxx. 3). It is above the earth, and its inhabitants are "clothed with garments of light and eternal life, and eat of the tree of life" (ib. lviii. 3) in the company of the Lord and His anointed. In Slavonic Enoch its place is in the third heaven; its four streams pour out honey and milk, oil and wine (compare Sibyllines, ii. 318). It is prepared for the "righteous who suffer innocently, who do works of benevolence and walk without blame before God." It has been created since the beginning of the world, and will appear suddenly at the Judgment Day in all its glory (II Esd. vi.; comp. Pes. 54a). The righteous dwell in those heights where they enjoy the sight of the heavenly "?ayyot" that carry God's throne (Syriac Apoc. Baruch, li. 11). As the wicked have a sevenfold pain the righteous have a sevenfold joy (II Esd. vii. 88 et seq.). There are seven divisions for the righteous, which shine like the sun (Judges v. 31; comp. Matt. xiii. 43), the moon (Ps. lxxxix. 37), the firmament (Dan. xii. 3), lightnings, torches (Nahum ii. 5 [A. V. 4]), and lilies (Ps. xlv. 1, Hebr.). Each of these divisions is placed differently before the face of God. Each of the righteous will have a mansion, and God will walk with them and lead them in a dance (Yer. Meg. ii. 73b)

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