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The Mosaic cosmogony of Fabre d'Olivet is derived in its entirely from the Sepher of Moses, and one should have read his translation of the Bereshith to comprehend how the esoteric ideas of the Egyptians upon the creation differ from the simple narratives of the exoteric translators of Moses, and are, instead, writings containing the chronicle of the human soul, its origin, phases of involution and evolution, and the means whereby it may ultimately regain its origin.
From Translator's Foreword
Cain and Abel are the two primordial forces of elementary nature. These are the first two cosmogonic beings produced by Eve, when after a certain movement toward elementary nature, she has lost her name of Aisha, which designated the intellectual nature of Adam, to take that of Eve, which expresses no more than the material life of this universal being.
From author's letter to Lord Byron