Adam – Who was Adam?
The meaning of the word Adam:
The Hebrew word for man derives from the Hebrew word אדם(Adam).
This means “dust, to be red, melanin, blood”, referring to the ruddy color of human skin, from the Akkadian word Adamu means “to make”.
The texture or natural state in man where the science of making, melanin, designing or structuring of natural living things derives its origin.
ADAM – The nature of the human skin which is rich with melanin (the pigment which pertains to dark eyes, dark skin, resistant to different types of sicknesses, friendly to spiritual environments and spiritual experiences, easily accepts and absorbs spirituality as the source of truth).
Dark-skinned people have more melanin in their skin than light-skinned people have.
The good soil where minerals, components, elements resources, plants grow to make the necessities of life necessary.
God formed Adam’s body from the dust of the ground or earth which was dark and rich with melanin.
Adam comes from the Hebrew word “ah-dah-MAH”, meaning earth, (Earth being the ground, soil, dirt, reddish type of soil etc).
In Hebrew this same word אֲדָמָה (Adamah) means earth or soil, but also this same word Adam means blood ‘Adama’ is earth, ‘adom’ is red and Adam literally means man.
Adam=Man kind, The word Adam also meaning Mankind
They’re all spelled the same way in Hebrew but have different pronunciations.
Adam; The nature of man which contained and combined the female and male attributes together.
Who was Adam?
Adam was the first man from whence the entire human DNA derive it’s off spring or origin. From Adam’s body, the woman was brought forth, and from the sexual unity of Adam (man), and Eve (woman), all the human genetics (human race) came into existence. Reference Genesis 2:22-25/Genesis 3:20.
Adam’s body came from the dust of the earth but his soul, (his ability to breathe in and out, the breath which gave life to his body came from God or heaven).
Genesis 2:7 says the Lord God formed the man out of the dust of the ground, and He breathe the breath of life into the nostrils of man, and the man became a living soul.
Article written by Ap Ngabo Aalex