And the head El-o-hym layeth a charge on the man, saying, `Of every Rhod of the garden eating thou dost eat; and of the Rhod seeing and knowing Good&Evil, thou dost eat of it, NOT, thou shalt die-die in the day that thou eatest thereof'
(or "and of the Rhod Good-Reu-Seeing-El, thou dost eat of it, for thou shalt kill death in the day that thou eatest thereof")
Now the serpent was more crafty (aruwm) than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?
And the woman said unto the serpent, `Of the fruit of the Rhods of the garden we do eat, But of the fruit of the Rhod which is in the interior of the garden, El-o-hym has said, "Ye shall eat of it not; ye shall die"
And the serpent (named Good&Evil) said unto the woman, "Ye shall eat of it; not ye shall die for knowing Kym-u-el". For in the day you eat thereof your eyes shall be opened. And you shall be like (in the image of) El-o-hym
Knowing Good&Evil, the woman saw that the Rhod was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and desired the Rhod. To the bereaved she took the fruit thereof, and did eat. And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked (eyrom)
(Who was right God or the serpent? Maybe both were right. Maybe their bodies did die when they ate from the tree but their consciousness was uploaded to a computer.)
And the head El-o-hym said to the woman, `What [is] this you have done?' and the woman said, `The (sneaky) snake snaked me -- and I did eat