There are hints in the Book of Genesis that Cain was not the son of Adam but of the Annunaki, or heavenly "fallen angels." The tyrant kings of the world are thought to descend from Cain who was slanderously labeled a murderer. The error is thought to have occurred due to the mistranslation of the word yaqam that did not mean "slew" but "elevated." In other words, according to the occult interpretation, Abel was a lowly human while Cain was the son of the gods. Accordingly, the "Mark of Cain" was merely his symbol for royalty -the RX - that is still to be seen used by the medical conglomerates and that reads REX - for king.
The "Dragon Court" can also be named the "Brotherhood of the Snake." This term denoted the bloodline that had existed from the time of the pre-diluvian civilizations of Atlantis and Lemuria. At that time, human DNA was crossed genetically with that of alien visitors from other worlds, those referred to in the scriptures and myths as the Annunaki, the Nephilim, the Sons of God, or the Fallen Angels. The hybrid created from these transgenic experiments may be referred to as "Homo Atlantis" and also as the "Son of the Serpent." From this first race of "Adams" all the races of the world have been "begotten." Some humans cleave to the alien strain and some to the original human strain. From the Atlantean strain the kings of the world have been chosen and carefully recorded genealogies ensure that only the appropriately endowed individuals rule from the thrones of the world. The "Dragon Bloodline" has conflicts within their own ranks as well as adversaries from without. Nevertheless, they have maintained their hegemony and privilege through the centuries. Some investigators track the Bloodline back to Cain the elder brother of Abel and son of Adam and Eve.
In later ages, Cain became a demi-devil, in the view of religious authorities who failed to notice that the true brothers-slayers were Moses's followers. Or, if they did notice, they regarded the killing of three thousand as less important than the killing of one. In folklore, Cain remained attached to the diabolized matriarchal tradition: he was the man in the moon.
Such comparisons are needed to solve the dilemma of those theologians who, through the centuries, have been helpless to explain God's apparent blunder in protecting Cain from nonexistent enemies, when there were as yet no people in the world but Cain and his parents. Actually, the sacred caste of Cainite smiths worshipped the Goddess and dedicated sacrifices of the Good Shepherd to her as the Earth, who "opened her mouth" for Abel's blood (Genesis 4:11). Cain's myth reflects the patriarchs' hostility toward this caste. Eventually, they drove all the smiths out of their country, and had to send their tools to the Philistines for repair because "there was no smith found throughout all the land of Israel" (1 Samuel 13:19). Before the ban on smithcraft, however, they had the famous Tubal-cain, "instructor of every artificer in brass and iron" (Genesis 4:22). The fraternity of smiths was of Midianite origin, and may have inflicted a certain leg injury upon initiates, which could have been the mark of Cain. The Hebrew word for Passover, Pesach, meant "to dance with a limp." The festival of Pesach was associated with the Midianites or Kenites (Cainites, "children of Cain"), who were famed as miners and smiths, and worshipped the Great Mother in the copper mines of Sinai.
The Bible story was a Hebraic repetition of the Persian myth of Ahriman and Ahura Mazda, who offered sacrifices to an elder deity, Vayu. Ahriman was declared a traitor and devil when his offering was refused. Indo-Iranian priests used to pray the gods to accept their own sacrifices, and refuse those of other arya (men). Ahriman was the ancestor of those other arya, since his original Hindu name was Aryaman, father of men.
"Smith," Mother Eve's firstborn, begotten by the serpent and not by Adam, according to rabbinical tradition. The Bible says Cain's murder of his brother Abel was caused by jealousy, after God accepted Abel's blood sacrifice but rejected Cain's offering of vegetable firstfruits. Fearing to depart from this precedent, the Jews offered blood sacrifices to Yahweh up to the early Christian era.
Also in the same verse [Genesis 4:17] Cain builds a city which he names after his son. One man could scarcely build a city, nor could the abode of one man be termed a city. But when we realize that Cain is a race, we then understand that the story of Cain's wanderings is an account of racial migration.
Abel, in the allegory, brings his offering, the "firstlings of his flock," and offers them to the Law. By this is meant the animal propensities of his own nature. Such is always the meaning of the burnt offerings referred to in the Scriptures. Because he brings the "animal," his offering is accepted. Cain, on the other hand, brings the fruits of the ground, and these are not accepted. The fruits here represent not principles of the soul, but merely the consequences of action. Cain's offering represents the same type of superficial gift that the rich man gives when he presents a stained glass window to the church, and continues to cheat the widows and orphans. Cain gives of what he has, for fruits represent accumulation or possessions; but Abel gives of what he is, the "firstlings," his transmuted animal nature.
In the 1st verse of the 4th chapter of Genesis, Eve says, "I have gotten a man from the Lord." The ancient Jewish Mysteries declare this to mean that Cain was not the child of Adam, but of the archangel Samael, the serpent, the mysterious luminous power at the root of all human perplexity. In the Authorized Version the translation is so obscure that both Adam and the Lord are referred to as the fathers of Cain; but the early rabbins knew their Scripture better than 17th century theologians, and the old commentaries insist that Cain was the son of Samael; Abel was the son of Adam. Cain was the embodiment therefore of cosmic fire, Abel the son of the agrarian principle. It was for this reason the Chasidim explained that the offering of Cain was not acceptable to the Lord, leading to the first crime - the murder of Abel.
God then banished Cain "eastward of Eden," in "the land of Nod." He wedded a woman of pre-Adamite stock, and thus compounded his fault. Genesis 4:17 says, "Cain knew [that is, had relations with] his wife." That Cain's wife was of forbidden strange flesh is borne out later, in Jude 11, in referring to the men of Sodom and Gomorrah, "Woe unto them! for they have gone the way of Cain," that is, seeking after strange flesh. The pre-Adamites were referred to by the Hebrew word Nachash, to hiss, as a serpent - meaning Negro. The Arab word Chanas comes from this Hebrew word, as well as Khanoos, or Ape, and the Arab word for devil, Khanas. Thus the mixing of the races and the appearance of the devil in history are conjoined in the misdeeds of Cain.
...although Cain's was the line of kingship, Seth's line was a dynasty of priesthood...
...under the Cain covenant they [the ruling institutions] must truthfully identify their origins, which they do with cabalah.
In his obsession to please God, wouldn't Cain have regarded spilling Abel's blood as the ultimate godliness?
What I am suggesting is that, in Cain's mind, Abel was not so much murdered as sacrificed, nailed to Annu's very name - hanged upon a cross! Wouldn't this explain why Scripture shows no evidence that Cain sensed any guilt?
Abel knew he was the son of both Adam and Eve and never failed to impress upon Cain that Adam was not his father. Cain was not pure violet as his father was of the Nodite race later admixed with the blue and the red man and with the aboriginal Andonic stock. And all of this, with Cain's natural bellicose inheritance, caused him to nourish an ever-increasing hatred for his younger brother.
The sensitive Bible-reader immediately sees in the myth of Marduk a missionary adaptation of the biblical account of Cain. The two protagonists are remarkably similar. Both Cain and Marduk were firstborn sons of mothers bearing almost the same name: Marduk, son of Ea; Cain, son of Eve. Both firstborns were appointed to rule over evil, albeit for different reasons: Marduk because of his heroism, Cain because of his own wickedness. So that they might move effectively among evildoers, both were given protective seals of immunity by the God of Heaven.
...the office was not inherited by Adam's eldest surviving son Seth, but by Eve's eldest son Cain.
...it is worth noting that the senior royal descent was not the line from Eve's third son Seth as portrayed in Genesis. It was, in accordance with the earliest matriarchal tradition, the line from her first and senior son Cain - the character so maliciously discredited by the Christian Church.