One might imagine that the return to Eden would trigger memories of the past Garden of Eden that existed at creation. However, that is not necessarily true. The Eden of today is far removed from the past Eden. We will not have arrived at any place that is even remotely similar to the past Eden for at least another thousand years, or more, of practicing the art of living righteously. Today, we can barely see into heaven and hell, tomorrow we may see heaven and hell superimposed on one another, and the next day we may not see them at all. That is because the devil is still actively trying to convince everyone that Eden never existed.
But the hearts know that Eden was and is real. The hearts remember that in the Eden of creation, the skin was brown (the color of the earth dust in Genesis 2:7), the blood was white or cream-colored, and all the hair was straight and black. The hearts also remember that in the Eden of creation, the skin never aged past the age of 20, not even for Methuselah, the longest living human being who reportedly died at age 969. The hearts mostly remember that when the earth was new, the setting sun would never have imposed its hue, for suns that set have lost their way to see past the horizon. The Eden as of yesterday exists past the horizon, the place the sun would visit after tucking us to sleep.