QUESTION: You said in an answer of 29 October: "There are, indeed, two versions of creation in the early chapters of the Book of Genesis. The first (Genesis 1:1-2:3) describes the seven days of creation, with humankind created on the sixth. …" In metaphysical circles the first creation was of the subtle or spiritual energies and so of Adam Kadmon and the second creation was of denser energies and the physical Adam who was a man-woman combination (as the certain Aramaic word is suggesting).
COMMENT: Yes, I think we're saying essentially the same thing—with differences in terminology, perhaps. In Unity's understanding the first creation describes the creation of divine ideas as emanations of Divine Mind. The second creation story describes the process by which divine ideas become denser, physical expressions. The one difference I would note is that I don't think it's appropriate to describe either creation process in the past tense, as if it were something that happened once long ago. I think both the first creation and the second are always happening. The first is how the Christ that is our true identity is eternally expressing from Source. The second describes the way in which our deeply held thoughts and beliefs become our collective human experience.