The Truth that is in this book

Title: The Truth that is in this book (page 285-286)

The truth in this book is that the human soul was created from the raised wet clay and the breathing of the spirit that were connected to a material body that evolved on this earth. The first human soul was created in the first heaven and was composed of the wet clay that was raised to it, as well as the breathing of the spirit into it. Thus, the creation of Adam pbuh occurred in the first heaven. If non-believers cannot understand or rationalize the first heaven, we can assume that, according to the multiple universe theory, it exists in a universe parallel to our universe that we now live in. From there, this soul was returned to this material universe we are in through its connection to a body – when it is in the womb – and it is a body like our current bodies. It is no different from us. Thus, the first Man, Adam pbuh, was formed on this earth. The case of Eve pbuh is similar to that of Adam. Mankind reproduced and populated the earth for the first time in a noteworthy, recorded and preserved manner in Summer.
If you cannot understand the connection of the souls that is in a parallel world to the body that is in this world, you can consider it to be like the hypothetical connection between parallel universes and the transfer of a particle or wave between universes.* [*For those who are not familiar with the multiple universe theory, a brief explanation will be offered in this book, InshaAllah]
With respect to the soul of Eve, it was derived from the soul of Adam pbuh:
{O mankind, fear your Lord, who created you from one soul and created from it its mate and dispersed from both of them many men and women. And fear Allah, through whom you ask one another, and the kinship. Indeed Allah is ever an Observer over you} [Quran 4:1]
The Almighty said: {It is He who created you from one soul and created from it its mate that he might live with her. And when he covers her, she carries a light burden and continues therein. And when it becomes heavy, they both invoke Allah, their Lord, “If You should give us a good, we will surely be among the grateful.”} Quran 7:189


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