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The 12th Planet Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, The End of All Flesh Summary

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Chapter 13, The End of All Flesh Summary and Analysis

Sitchin relates the biblical tale of the Garden of Eden and the Fall. In the garden are a Tree of Life and a Tree of Knowledge. Adam and Eve are told by God not to eat the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, but Eve is tempted by a serpent. She eats the fruit and convinces Adam to eat, too, and the two become aware of their nakedness. Sitchin emphasizes the knowledge as having to do with nakedness and says that the first humans manufactured by the Nefilim worked naked, illustrating this with Sumerian images of naked people. They had sex similar to or with animals, and Sitchin relates a story of an animalistic man giving up sodomy with animals for sex with a woman and in the process becoming more advanced.

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