Excerpt from Adam’s Carmel Apple.

Rev 14:20 And the winepress was trodden without the city, and blood came out of the winepress, even unto the horse bridles, by the space of a thousand and six hundred furlongs. (about 184 miles)

This is the very same soil that Adam was formed out of, right here at Mt. Carmel near the Plain of Jezreel, rich loamy soil, and then God breathed life into him.

The River Kishon

. . . It looks an insignificant stream, of 15 or 18 feet across, but it is dangerous in flood time; it has treacherous banks and a muddy bottom, so much so that when the Turks and Arabs are defeated by the French [Napoleon] in the battle of Mt. Tabor, on April 16, 1799, the fate of the vanquished host was the same as that of Sisera’s army (Judg. 5:19-21; Ps 83:9).

The New Westminister Dictionary of the Bible.

[1] loam n [ME lom, fr. OE lam clay, mud; akin to OE lim lime] 1. A: a mixture (as for plastering) composed chiefly of moistened clay b: a coarse molding sand used in founding 2: soil: specif: a soil consisting of a friable mixture of varying proportions of clay, silt, and sand – loamy adj.

This is what we were made of.

       Gen 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and

       man became a living soul.

The Garden of Eden –

[1] Wells – . . . There are early Christian representations of the fountain in the Garden of Eden, from which the four rivers originate. . .

Hans Biedermann. Symbolism. 1994.

Which was the River Kishon.