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The Tree of Knowledge may perhaps be seen as a legacy of the totemism of archaic religions. Indeed, totems can be animals, but also plants and trees. The members of the group which comes under this totem are subjected to the sacred obligation - the violation of which results in automatic punishment - not to kill or destroy their totem, to abstain from eating it or enjoying it in any way whether it be.
This tree is in fact a sacred and "taboo" tree. In all ancient civilizations, there were indeed places, mountains, trees that were "taboo". For the archaic mentality, everything that is sacred is taboo. Transgressing a taboo, even without being aware, has created an impurity and defilement that can make you sick and even kill you. From Adam and Eve's Tale God predicts Adam and Eve that they will die if they eat the fruit of the Tree.






The "canonical" text of the myth of Adam and Eve was written in the sixth century BC. But it was influenced by very ancient and pre-Judaic accounts (in particular the Epic of Gilgamesh) which date from the second millennium BC. It is very likely that, before being drafted in the form we know, it exists in more archaic forms; and the account of the Bible very clearly preserve the traces of these previous strata.
The Tree of Knowledge may perhaps be seen as a legacy of the totemism of archaic religions. Indeed, totems can be animals, but also plants and trees. The members of the group which comes under this totem are subjected to the sacred obligation - the violation of which results in automatic punishment - not to kill or destroy their totem, to abstain from eating it or enjoying it in any way whether it be.
This tree is in fact a sacred and "taboo" tree. In all ancient civilizations, there were indeed places, mountains, trees that were "taboo". For the archaic mentality, everything that is sacred is taboo. Transgressing a taboo, even without being aware, has created an impurity and defilement that can make you sick and even kill you. From Adam and Eve's Tale God predicts Adam and Eve that they will die if they eat the fruit of the Tree.

We decided to represented The Tree of knowledge under the s to be idyllic compositions, but a closer look makes appear the stigmates of dying vegetal which is a reminiscence of the future death of Adam and Eve.


The "canonical" text of the myth of Adam and Eve was written in the sixth century BC. But it was influenced by very ancient and pre-Judaic accounts (in particular the Epic of Gilgamesh) which date from the second millennium BC. It is very likely that, before being drafted in the form we know, it exists in more archaic forms; and the account of the Bible very clearly preserve the traces of these previous strata.
The Tree of Knowledge may perhaps be seen as a legacy of the totemism of archaic religions. Indeed, totems can be animals, but also plants and trees. The members of the group which comes under this totem are subjected to the sacred obligation - the violation of which results in automatic punishment - not to kill or destroy their totem, to abstain from eating it or enjoying it in any way whether it be.
This tree is in fact a sacred and "taboo" tree. In all ancient civilizations, there were indeed places, mountains, trees that were "taboo". For the archaic mentality, everything that is sacred is taboo. Transgressing a taboo, even without being aware, has created an impurity and defilement that can make you sick and even kill you. From Adam and Eve's Tale God predicts Adam and Eve that they will die if they eat the fruit of the Tree.

We decided to represented The Tree of knowledge under the archaic shape of the first look, it seems to be idyllic compositions, but a closer look makes appear the stigmates of dying vegetal which is a reminiscence of the future death of Adam and Eve.















We represented The Tree of Knowledge under the archaic shape of totem.
To the first look, it seems to be idyllic compositions, but a closer look makes appear the stigmates of dying vegetal which is a reminiscence of the future mortality of Adam and Eve.














































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