The Bible: Genesis: The Creation of Eve
The traditional version of the story is accurate to the text except for one important detail. The original Genesis story does not necessarily mention a rib. The Hebrew word for the body part that God takes from Adam is tsela. But this word never means “rib” anywhere else in the Bible.
1 It usually means “side,” as in the side of a hill or the side of a structure like the Ark of the Covenant
2 the tabernacle
3 or an altar
4 In architecture, it refers to a side room or cell
5 It is also used for the planks or boards in a building wall
6 and for rafters or ceiling beams
The common idea in all these different meanings seems to be that of a function extending out from a central structure or body
Mitochondria, is the ribbon of respiration in other times mentioned as :atman or atmen.
The Metropolis of the Cells
What else could it be than the mitochondrion and the mtDNA, it is the central part of respiration and the power plant of energy. The mtDNA is maternally inherited some it comes from eve. And the word Adam means earth or earth dust – Adama.
If you have a cup of sand and put it out to build a little castle of sand, the sand is not in the cup, right?
If Eve was made from Adam’s “tsela” Adam don’t have that “tsela” of his own.
This is what keeps every cell in the body breathing, the very fundamentals of life. Not only is a rib protecting the respiration but also the very arch-itecture of human respiration and power-plant Matrix of the mitochondria which is maternally inherited.
Bereshit (בְּרֵאשִׁית, literally “In the beginning” was only women, and the great souls comes from the earth dust. Adam could also mean dust or earthdust – adama.