The Garden: a Planned Space

Q. Why walking and posing nude brings a stigma on you?

A. Because men lost their measure and, consequently, their self-control. In a normal and natural state of a society (like in the Garden of Eden, for instance) there was no fornication and no adultery. Civilized men know how to live in peace with each other.

Desiring your neighbor’s woman is no sign of civilization. Did some wiseguys tell you that those men of the old were primitive Flinstonian creatures? For many majorities it was true, but not for the few minorities in the garden[s?]. Adam mastered a science far more advanced than the theories and technologies we toy with nowadays. Adam gave taxonomies to every creature and phenomenon. Actually he was made to be the first taxonomer in history. Creating value is a consequence of taxonomies — no structured societies can exist outside of value systems.

Living in an outstanding society, alien to the very notion of “stealing,” the unfallen man had no reason of shame against nudity.

With just the animal realm at hand to compare, we hurry up to blame normal nudity on primitive behavior. But this can work as well (or even better) from the opposite perspective: highly civilized societies see no reason in concealing nudity.

The Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512

From the Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512

Oh yes, Adam and Eve were not lonely legendary beings. They were made to live in a Garden, defined as “a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature.” See what the term of garden tells us? That man didn’t emerge by happenstance, out of Chewbacca, or the random “pitecus” of the low lands. The extraordinary bio-informational “machine” called Adam was made and positioned into a planned space, colloquially known as the Garden of Eden — somewhere in today’s Iraq.

The garden space is not only planned but also separated, insulated, walled. Presumably, the “talking trees” from Eden were other men. Moses frequently metaphors men as “trees” in his documents. And why should we consider that gone garden to be more advanced than our modern progressive society? At least for the following two reasons:

1. A disease called “aging” decimate our super-duper smart population. This illness makes our bodies die and our science is still at lost about it.

2. Adultery became a common practice for us, along with cunning, cheating and stealing. All of which were non-existent in Eden and ARE non-existent in ANY advanced society.

Hence we’re screwed at many levels, one of them is our approach on nudity.

This new site — — is no more than a dream on a whim, remembering a splendid state of the mind, lost beyond time. Maybe that, if we can recollect fragments of it, then the genuine initial paradise is not completely forsaken, after all.

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