Now when the bible talks about God it says things like He was not created had no beginning or end, this means since the bible clearly says that Jesus and the Holy Spirit have the same attributes of God the Father that Jesus and the Holy Spirit are also like God in that they were not created nor have a beginning or end, they did not come from God they were God, they have always been together.
Agreed, God's Word was always within Him even before it was manifest to us. Also too I contend the 'waters' in Genesis 1 refers to Yehovah Elohim as these waters are pre-existing before the heavens and earth were created. Then the manifestation of His Word, bright enough to produce a light and a moment of time to pass the evening and the morning. Not only is it powerful and bright enough to shine forth from the darkness before the sun moon and stars were created but it is also bright enough to shine in the hearts of men and light their way.
In Gen 3:1 Eve knew about the tree of life because Adam or God told her, there's no reason to go beyond whats normal for humans when scripture doesn't say.
Maybe Troy, maybe. But I find no written evidence in scripture to support the first Adam telling the woman of this commandment. Nor do I find written evidence to support God voicing this command again after the woman was brought forth out of the first Adam. I am lead to think that since Adam had within him the life giver (Chavah) that it too received this commandment at the same time Adam did.
It seems too from Genesis 5:1-2 that Adam was created with both male and female attributes which seems to me to reinforce a oneness yet separate design again.
This [is] the book of the generations of Adam. In
the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made
he him; Male and female created he them; and
blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when
they were created. Genesis 5:1-2
We too were 'in' the first Adam. Because when he sinned, so we all participated in that sin.