The answer is no- Adam was not the first person. He did however, play an important part in our history. The story of Eve is allegorical as she is represented as Adams wife in some of the ancient scriptures but this was just an interpretation of one ancient writer attempting to write about a topic that was beyond their ability to comprehend. Adam lived in a time approximately 24,000 years ago. This was a time when advanced science had evolved from another modern era 12,000 years earlier. Adam was a human who worked closely with these advanced humans but eventually felt the pain of being a second class citizen. Any time in history where one group of people are separated by power from another as it was in this case, meaning those who had advanced technology and those who didn't; the end result is always violence and separation. I call this era, "the time of Adam". Eve was not a woman but an advanced computer- "Eveas Triangulatus". Of course the ancient writers didn't understand what a computer was, so the resulting literature derived from that era, are allegorical in nature; however, they do describe an interesting and most important time in our history. It is this singularity in history that we all need to study and be familiar with because all religions that exist today, found their beginnings in this relationship of man and advanced beings. Understanding this explains a great deal. Our beliefs are created around false interpretations of ancient occurrences. If we understand the truth, it helps us to find the right path that leads to God, the path that leads to eternal salvation. Following the path of primitive beliefs only lead us back to the earth for another life. When we can empty our minds of those things we think, feel or believe to be true, then we have a mind waiting to learn, to be filled with the knowledge of those who know!
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