Gospel of Eve
The only known content from it are a few quotations by
Gnostics typically wrote on multiple levels, imbuing texts with complicated mystical esoteric meaning, rather than intending a base interpretation. It is possible that Epiphanius failed to realise this and only read into the text a simple literal interpretation. The quotation Epiphanius claims is a reference to semen is:
I stood on a lofty mountain and saw a gigantic man, and another, a dwarf; and I heard as it were a voice of thunder, and drew nigh for to hear; and He spake unto me and said: I am thou, and thou art I; and wheresoever thou mayest be I am there. In all am I scattered [that is, the Logos as seed or “members”], and whencesoever thou willest, thou gatherest Me; and gathering Me, thou gatherest Thyself.— From the Gospel of Eve, quoted by Epiphanius, Hæres., xxvi. 3.
While this second passage from their "apocryphal writings," says Epiphanius, was meant to represent the
I saw a tree bearing twelve manner of fruits every year, and he said unto me, This is the tree of life ...