The Garden of Eden was said to be the place where the Black Stone fell from Heaven. Originally white, the stone became black when it absorbed the sins of Adam.[1]

God exiled Cain from Eden when he introduced murder to the world by killing his brother Abel.[2]

During Henry Walton Jones, Senior's world lecture tour, his friend Richard Medlicot likened British East Africa (modern-day Kenya) to the Garden of Eden while living there.[3]



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