Beresheet or Genesis 27:22 and the Black Hat reluctance to wear a Green Helmet
So יעקב/Yaakov approached יצחק /Yitzchak his father; [Isaac] felt [the man that embraced him] and said: “The voice speaks in the voice of Jacob, but the arms feel like the arms of Esau.”
Part Two: A Facebook response to Sylvia Halpert who uses Edenics in her Genesis study Group:
Very nice. Your lucky students will not only get easy sound-alike, mean-alike English words that teach them the Biblical Hebrew, but they will get constant reminders that language is not the air that we breathe (and take for granted)... but a miraculous gift to Adam + Eve in Eden.
Then why didn't mankind just retain the one language of our Creator? Why did the multicultural diversity at Shinar/Sumer have to happen in Genesis 11? If we did keep Edenic, we could "stay in Eden." But that is not The Plan, HaShem's m.o. is a natural diversity that allows G*d to be hidden in the dense forest. This World is a game of Hide and Seek. The few who seek and find the Eternal will win eternality.
G*d could have created one butterfly. It's a beautiful metaphor of our ability of metamorphosis. But the creature was given the ability to adapt (not accidentally evolve) into a 1000 varieties. And so a butterfly collector (an acadummy) is able to not see a butterfly as an incredible miracle. Every word, root, is this butterfly.
Your Genesis students have encountered much diversity in early Genesis. The waters, luminaries, even the once male-and-female-in-one-being (Gen. 1:27) human being are diversified.... Edenics tries to guide seekers to the Oneness hiding behind the natural diversity. It is inspiring to hear how our Edenics work is already getting to some study groups. Thank you.