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Ternyata Taman Firdaus/Eden itu benar2 ada….

Posted by ceritalangka on September 19, 2008

Taukah para kaskuser tentang taman Eden??
Menurut cerita di Kitab Suci, Taman Eden adalah tempat yg dihuni manusia sebelum mereka berbuat dosa. Adam dan Hawa dalah manusia yang pernah menghuni Taman Eden. Namun karena Adam dan Hawa memakan buah yang dilarang oleh Tuhan, maka Adam dan Hawa diusir keluar dari Taman Eden.

Belakangan ini para ilmuwan melakukan sejumlah riset untuk mencari dimanakah persisnya letak taman Eden tersebut. Hasil riset mereka mendapat hasil yaitu ada 4 lokasi yang dicurigai sebagai tempat bekas Taman Eden.

Berikut ini adalah kutipan dari www.wikipedia.com
karena di site ini pake bahasa inggris, maka sori kalau terjermahannya agak kacau.

IRAN

“the Garden was located in a vast plain referred to in ancient Sumerian texts as Edin (lit. “Plain”, or “Steppe”) east of the Sahand Mountain, near Tabriz. He cites several geological similarities with Biblical descriptions, and multiple linguistic parallels as evidence. In the Sumerian texts, an emissary is sent north through “Seven Gates”, also known as Mountain passes in ancient texts. Hebrew lore includes references to Seven layers of Heaven, the 7th being the Garden of Eden, or Paradise. Just beyond the seventh gate, or pass, was the kingdom of Aratta[citation needed]. The region today is bound by a large mountain range to the North, East and South, and marshlands to the west”[/color]

Taman tersebut terletak di wilayah kuno Sumeria, sebelah timur dari Gunung Sahand dekat Tabriz. Lalu ada sekelompok gunung2 yang mengelilingi wilayah tersebut mulai dari utara, timur dan selatan dan padang pasir di wilayah barat.
Tempat ini dijadikan sebagai prediksi karena di dalam Kitab Suci disebutkan bahwa Taman Eden dikelilingi oleh gunung2 dari Utara hingga ke Selatan yang membatasi taman tersebut dengan dunia luar.

Mesopotamia Selatan

“The mouth of the river Tigris, a proposed location of the Garden of Eden.The garden region according to Genesis 2 was close to a sizable body of water (the mandate to rule fish of the sea), supported a variety of grasses, herbs, shrubs, and fruit trees, had a variety of animals, was in a region generally dry (no rain had fallen), experienced seasonal flooding, enjoyed warm climate with cool evenings or mornings, and was dusty with thorns but suitable for flocks. On its east, Nod was conducive to livestock and yielded ores of iron, copper, and tin or zinc. The cities and proper names linked with Eden in various Biblical narratives signify locations in Syria, Assyria, and Babylonia (except Sheba in southern Arabia). Eden being east of Canaan points to Assyria or Babylonia. The etymology of the Hebrew “eden” (20 instances in the Old Testament) indicates that Eden may signify either a place (steppe or fertile plain) or pleasure, or both. Concerning the rivers in Genesis 2, Pishon wound through Havilah (“land of sand”), which points to northern Arabia east of Edom and Moab, based on Scriptural evidence beyond Genesis. Havilah’s natural resources agree with Arabia in general. The second river Gihon wound around Cush, a namesake of various centers in Arabia, Babylonia and Assyria, again indicating an Arabian-Mesopotamian context. The Kerhkha and Karun rivers from Kassite country in the Zagros mountains are possibilities. The remaining rivers are the well-recognized Tigris and Euphrates. These considerations point to Babylonia for the garden location. From other details, the garden might have been located in the land of the Ubaidians, a pre-Sumerian culture, near the ancient city of Ur. The garden could have existed above or below the present datum, given seaward extension of the Tigris-Euphrates delta and submerged shorelines from past variations in sea level”

Di dalam Kitab Suci disebutkan bahwa taman Eden adalah taman yang sangat indah dimana mempunyai mata air yang besar di tengah taman lalu dipenuhi tumbuhan, rumput, rempah serta pohon buah2an yang lengkap. Lalu dialiri sungai yang mempunyai 4 anak cabang yang masing2 menjuru ke arah Utara, Selatan, Barat, Timur. Sungai yang dicurigai tersebut adalah sungai Pison , Havillah, Gihon dan Cush. Taman tersebut dilokalisir dekat dengan wilayah Ubaidians yang merupakan wilayah dengan kebudayaan Sumeria dekat kota Ur.
Sungai Tigris-Euphrates membentuk delta dari ke 4 anak sungai tersebut.

Mulut Sungai Tigris yang subur dan banyak terdapat buah2an

Atlantis

“Other literalists point out that the world of Eden’s time was destroyed during Noah’s Flood and it is therefore impossible to place the Garden anywhere in post-flood geography. There is also an attempt to tie this with the mysterious sunken land of “Atlantis” mentioned by Plato”

Dicurigai oleh para ilmuwan bahwa Taman Eden hancur ketika banjir jaman Nabi Nuh. Ini juga berhubungan dengan kota dibawah laut yang mencurigakan yaitu “Atlantis” yang dikemukakan oleh Plato.

Africa

“Some people believe that Garden of Eden was somewhere in Northeast Africa. Evidence given in support of this includes the facts that the oldest human remains have been found in Africa, and that the Gihon is usually thought to be a name for the Nile”

Beberapa orang percaya bahwa Taman Eden itu terletak di wilayah Timur Laut dari Africa. Berita ini diperkuat dengan ditemukannya Kerangka manusia tertua di dunia. Lagipula mereka berpendapat bahwa sungai Gihon itu adalah sungai Nil yang melintasi wilayah Mesir.

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