1 Then Satan, the hater of all that is good, was envious of Aḏam by the fact that his offering found favor with Elohim. So Satan hurried and took a sharp stone from among the sharp ironstones, which were shaped in the form of a man. And Satan went and stood by Aḏam and Ḥawwah.

2 Aḏam was offering on the altar and had begun to pray with his hands spread before Elohim.

3 Then Satan hurried with the sharp ironstone he had and pierced Aḏam on the right side, and blood and water flowed. Then Aḏam fell on the altar like a corpse, and Satan fled.

4 Then Ḥawwah came and took Aḏam and placed him below the altar. There she stayed, crying over him while a stream of blood flowed from Aḏam’s side over his offering.

5 But Elohim looked at the death of Aḏam. He then sent His Word and raised him up. And He said to him, “Fulfill your offering because, certainly Aḏam, it is worthy and there is no imperfection in it.”

6 Elohim continued speaking to Aḏam, “Thus will it also happen to My Bĕn while on the earth, when He shall be pierced and blood and water shall flow from His side and run over His body, which is the true offering, and which shall be offered on the altar as a perfect offering.

7 Then Elohim Commanded Aḏam to finish his offering. And when he had ended it he worshipped before Elohim and praised Him for the signs He had showed him.

8 And Elohim healed Aḏam in one day, which is the end of the seven weeks and is the fiftieth day.

9 Then Aḏam and Ḥawwah returned from the mountain and went into the Cave of Treasures, as they were used to do. This completed one hundred and forty days for Aḏam and Ḥawwah, since their coming out of the garden.

10 Then they both stood up that night and prayed to Elohim. And when it was morning they went down to the west side of the cave, to the place where their corn was, and there they rested under the shadow of a tree, as they were accustomed to do.

11 But when they were there, a multitude of beasts came all around them. It was Satan’s wickedness and his way to wage war against Aḏam through marriage.