It is clear the first prophecy of the Bible set out not only the solution for the sin that had just occurred, but the means by which Jehovah would accomplish his purpose. Gen 3:15 "And I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring. He will crush your head, and you will strike him in the heel.” Within that scripture we see the "women" Jehovah's organizational arrangement, and "seed" that would accomplish his purpose. This prophecy is in direct response to the events in the Garden of Eden. The sacred secret could not have existed before Gen 3:15, or Jehovah would have had to have known it would occur specifically on earth, because Christs brothers are human, and were chosen as part of that sacred secret, it includes them individually, otherwise you would be saying Jehovah knew humans would sin, and makes him responsible for death. Wrong... "you" (Gen 3:15) "So down the great dragon was hurled, the original serpent, the one called Devil and Satan," (Rev 12:9) "woman" Gen 3:15 "the woman who was about to give birth," (Rev 12:4) "her offspring" (Gen 3:15) "as he chose us to be in union with him before the founding of the world," (Eph 1:4) The "world" that Eph 1:4 is talking about is the world of mankind, that same world that was destroyed in the flood, that same world that is awaiting destruction at Armageddon. This scripture does not say before creation, nor before the earth was created, but before the founding of the world of mankind. Jehovah did not know his creation would sin, but left a physical symbol of his rule in the Garden, for without it there was no free will. Watchtower; "Paul spoke of himself as having a stewardship of “sacred secrets of God.” (1Co 4:1) He speaks of the comprehension he has “in the sacred secret of the Christ.” (Eph 3:1-4) He explains that this sacred secret is hidden wisdom foreordained by God before the systems of things. (1Co 2:7) The declaration of the mystery, or “the sacred secret of God,” began with Jehovah’s own prophecy at Genesis 3:15. For centuries men of faith looked forward to the “seed” of promise to deliver mankind from sin and death, but it was not clearly understood just who the “seed” would be and just how this “seed” would come and bring deliverance. It was not until Christ came and “shed light upon life and incorruption through the good news” that this was made clear. (2Ti 1:10) Then the knowledge of the mystery of the ‘seed of the woman’ began to be understood."