Between Genesis 1:1 and 1:3
Time came into being when Christ came into being.
He is the beginning and end the Aleph and Tav
Billions of years.
I looked on the earth, and behold, there was nothing,
and to the sky, and it had no lights.
I saw the mountains, and they were trembling,
and all the hills were being disturbed.
The strange thing about these verses and the following ones, is that it relates clearly to a period that has nothing to do with the Flood. It is at the beginning of Creation.
In the beginning God made the heaven and the earth.
So Jeremiah taken up in the spirit, was shown the cosmos before there was light
This means just as the cosmos and time was beginning.
Yet the earth was invisible and unformed, and darkness was over the abyss, and a divine wind was being carried along over the water.
God who is perfect, had a creation plan
It was never going to be void.
Thus says the Lord,
who made heaven–
this is the God who displayed the earth and made it;
he himself marked its limits;
he did not make it to be empty
but to be inhabited:
I am, and there is no other.
And then Jeremiah was shown a world that had had humans, birds, animals and settlements that were all but annihilated. God left something. The Garden?
This is the period pre Adam
I looked, and behold, there was no human,
and all the birds of the air were being terrified.
I saw, and behold, Carmel was a wilderness,
and all the cities burned up before the Lord,
and before the wrath of his anger they were annihilated.
This is what the Lord says: The whole land shall be a wilderness; yet I will not make a full end.
A world and time of the revolt by the most beautiful cherub, Heylel and the angels were cast to earth. So the prehistoric man and the Mammoths fits with the Bible.
The ice age probably happened when the Angels fell and God decided to blot out the sun and stars.
Billions of years between Genesis 1:1 and Gen 1:3
So Job was shown the same picture.
he who ages mountains, and they do not know it,
who overturns them in anger,
who shakes what is under heaven from its foundations,
and its pillars tremble,
who speaks to the sun, and it does not rise,
and seals up the stars,
So Genesis 1:3 arrives
The Rebellion or fall of the Angels happened before time began. Jesus said He saw the devil fall from eternity therefore into Time into the Cosmos. Not just earth. Heaven is outside the Cosmos.
The fall of Adam happened way later.
Inspired by the writing of Apostle Paul Keith Davis. A mystic and friend and so firmly grounded in the Word.