Genesis 2

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1 και συνετελεσθησαν ο ουρανος και η γη και πας ο κοσμος αυτων

2 και συνετελεσεν ο θεος εν τη ημερα τη εκτη τα εργα αυτου α εποιησεν και κατεπαυσεν τη ημερα τη εβδομη απο παντων των εργων αυτου ων εποιησεν

3 και ηυλογησεν ο θεος την ημεραν την εβδομην και ηγιασεν αυτην οτι εν αυτη κατεπαυσεν απο παντων των εργων αυτου ων ηρξατο ο θεος ποιησαι

4 αυτη η βιβλος γενεσεως ουρανου και γης οτε εγενετο η ημερα εποιησεν ο θεος τον ουρανον και την γην

5 και παν χλωρον αγρου προ του γενεσθαι επι της γης και παντα χορτον αγρου προ του ανατειλαι ου γαρ εβρεξεν ο θεος επι την γην και ανθρωπος ουκ ην εργαζεσθαι την γην

6 πηγη δε ανεβαινεν εκ της γης και εποτιζεν παν το προσωπον της γης

7 και επλασεν ο θεος τον ανθρωπον χουν απο της γης και ενεφυσησεν εις το προσωπον αυτου πνοην ζωης και εγενετο ο ανθρωπος εις ψυχην ζωσαν

8 και εφυτευσεν κυριος ο θεος παραδεισον εν εδεμ κατα ανατολας και εθετο εκει τον ανθρωπον ον επλασεν

9 και εξανετειλεν ο θεος ετι εκ της γης παν ξυλον ωραιον εις ορασιν και καλον εις βρωσιν και το ξυλον της ζωης εν μεσω τω παραδεισω και το ξυλον του ειδεναι γνωστον καλου και πονηρου

10 ποταμος δε εκπορευεται εξ εδεμ ποτιζειν τον παραδεισον εκειθεν αφοριζεται εις τεσσαρας αρχας

11 ονομα τω ενι φισων ουτος ο κυκλων πασαν την γην ευιλατ εκει ου εστιν το χρυσιον

12 το δε χρυσιον της γης εκεινης καλον και εκει εστιν ο ανθραξ και ο λιθος ο πρασινος

13 και ονομα τω ποταμω τω δευτερω γηων ουτος ο κυκλων πασαν την γην αιθιοπιας

14 και ο ποταμος ο τριτος τιγρις ουτος ο πορευομενος κατεναντι ασσυριων ο δε ποταμος ο τεταρτος ουτος ευφρατης

15 και ελαβεν κυριος ο θεος τον ανθρωπον ον επλασεν και εθετο αυτον εν τω παραδεισω εργαζεσθαι αυτον και φυλασσειν

16 και ενετειλατο κυριος ο θεος τω αδαμ λεγων απο παντος ξυλου του εν τω παραδεισω βρωσει φαγη

17 απο δε του ξυλου του γινωσκειν καλον και πονηρον ου φαγεσθε απ' αυτου η δ' αν ημερα φαγητε απ' αυτου θανατω αποθανεισθε

18 και ειπεν κυριος ο θεος ου καλον ειναι τον ανθρωπον μονον ποιησωμεν αυτω βοηθον κατ' αυτον

19 και επλασεν ο θεος ετι εκ της γης παντα τα θηρια του αγρου και παντα τα πετεινα του ουρανου και ηγαγεν αυτα προς τον αδαμ ιδειν τι καλεσει αυτα και παν ο εαν εκαλεσεν αυτο αδαμ ψυχην ζωσαν τουτο ονομα αυτου

20 και εκαλεσεν αδαμ ονοματα πασιν τοις κτηνεσιν και πασι τοις πετεινοις του ουρανου και πασι τοις θηριοις του αγρου τω δε αδαμ ουχ ευρεθη βοηθος ομοιος αυτω

21 και επεβαλεν ο θεος εκστασιν επι τον αδαμ και υπνωσεν και ελαβεν μιαν των πλευρων αυτου και ανεπληρωσεν σαρκα αντ' αυτης

22 και ωκοδομησεν κυριος ο θεος την πλευραν ην ελαβεν απο του αδαμ εις γυναικα και ηγαγεν αυτην προς τον αδαμ

23 και ειπεν αδαμ τουτο νυν οστουν εκ των οστεων μου και σαρξ εκ της σαρκος μου αυτη κληθησεται γυνη οτι εκ του ανδρος αυτης ελημφθη αυτη

24 ενεκεν τουτου καταλειψει ανθρωπος τον πατερα αυτου και την μητερα αυτου και προσκολληθησεται προς την γυναικα αυτου και εσονται οι δυο εις σαρκα μιαν

25 και ησαν οι δυο γυμνοι ο τε αδαμ και η γυνη αυτου και ουκ ησχυνοντο

  

Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 2      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 73. When from being dead a man has become spiritual, then from spiritual he becomes celestial, as is now treated of (verse 1).

AC 74. The celestial man is the seventh day, on which the Lord rests (verses 2, 3).

AC 75. His knowledge and his rationality (scientificum et rationale ejus) are described by the shrub and the herb out of the ground watered by the mist (verses 5, 6).

AC 76. His life is described by the breathing into him of the breath of lives (verse 7).

AC 77. Afterwards his intelligence is described by the garden in Eden, in the east; in which the trees pleasant to the sight are perceptions of truth, and the trees good for food are perceptions of good. Love is meant by the tree of lives, faith by the tree of knowledge (scientiae) (verses 8, 9).

AC 78. Wisdom is meant by the river in the garden. From thence were four rivers, the first of which is good and truth; the second is the knowledge (cognitio) of all things of good and truth, or of love and faith. These are of the internal man. The third is reason, and the fourth is memory-knowledge (scientia), which are of the external man. All are from wisdom, and this is from love and faith in the Lord (verses 10-14).

AC 79. The celestial man is such a garden. But as the garden is the Lord‘s, it is permitted this man to enjoy all these things, and yet not to possess them as his own (verse 15).

AC 80. He is also permitted to acquire a knowledge of what is good and true by means of every perception from the Lord, but he must not do so from himself and the world, nor search into the mysteries of faith by means of the things of sense and of memory-knowledge (sensualia et scientifica); which would cause the death of his celestial nature (verses 16, 17).

AC 131. The posterity of the Most Ancient Church, which inclined to their Own, is here treated of.

AC 132. Since man is such as not to be content to be led by the Lord, but desires to be led also by himself and the world, or by his Own, therefore the Own which was granted him is here treated of (verse 18).

AC 133. And first it is given him to know the affections of good and the knowledges of truth with which he is endowed by the Lord; but still he inclines to his Own (verses 19, 20).

AC 134. Wherefore he is let into a state of his Own, and an Own is given him, which is described by the rib built into a woman (verses 21 to 23).

AC 135. Celestial and spiritual life are adjoined to the man’s Own, so that they appear as a one (verse 24).

AC 136. And innocence from the Lord is insinuated into this Own, so that it still might not be unacceptable (verse 25).

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