“The expression “Ye shall be as gods” of the allegorical serpent of Genesis (3:5) does not, refer to the physiological fall of men [their separation into distinct sexes], but to their acquiring the knowledge of good and evil, which knowledge comes to them prior to their fall. It must not be forgotten that it is only after his forced expulsion from Eden that “Adam knew Eve his wife” (Genesis 4).

Clearly, no sexual intercourse took place in Eden, nor could it have taken place since Adam-Eve are the types of a primitive hermaphroditic humanity. Also, one of the characteristics of the gods (higher angels) is their knowledge of “good and evil”, which knowledge primitive humanity did not have until after being endowed with a mind by no one else than the “fallen angels”.