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26-10-2015, 05:17 AM
RE: Skunks on Noah's Ark.
(25-10-2015 07:37 PM)claywise Wrote:  
(24-10-2015 09:17 AM)Alla Wrote:  Miracles happen among God's chosen people who ACT according to their FAITH.

Any person who gives any credence to the ark story is either very, very stupid or very deluded.

Which are you, Alla?

She is certainly both.

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26-10-2015, 07:13 AM
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The language of the Bible is rich with metaphor. The biblical writers used familiar, everyday objects to symbolize spiritual truth. Ponder the possibility that our ancestors mistakenly took advance extra-terrestrial beings to be supernatural god (s) who descended from the heavens. (Technically god is an extra terrestrial lol.) Here, we look at the Biblical account of Noah’s Ark.

There are explanations that survival of the flood was in part accomplished by the help of superior beings from another planet who helped build an ark. Making the assertion that the Sumerian text was describing the same flood as the biblical account, it would seem that ancient aliens played a heavy role in the creation of Noah’s Ark and helping humanity through a cataclysmic worldwide flood.

Recently, Norway launched an international “seed vault” not too far from the North Pole in attempts to protect the extinction of these seeds during times of war and/or natural disasters. A coalition of 100’s of countries have opted to send their seed banks for safe keeping at the $10 million facility. As stated by Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, “It’s the Noah’s Ark for securing biological diversity for future generations.” Dubbed the “dooms day vault,” this facility argues the possibility that ancient aliens possessed this same knowledge thousands of years ago and helped Noah create a “DNA Bank” for all life on earth. Ancient Aliens theorists pose the question that perhaps Noah’s Ark was more of a DNA storage facility, which allowed for an easy method for storing and safekeeping the DNA of animals?

Furthermore, Ancient Aliens theorists also look at the timetable of the flood, which has been estimated to have occurred between 5,000-6,000 years ago. With this in mind, we look at another ancient civilization known as the Dogon people of Africa. The reason for the mentioning of this civilization is because of oral traditions that spoke about the Nommos, an ugly mermaid-like race of aliens who came to Earth around the time of Noah’s flood (also mentioned in Egypt as the Goddess Isis, Sumerian text and the Anunnaki, Babylon and Akkadian). Interestingly enough, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Book of Noah speak about 200 fallen Angels (Vigilants) who landed on Mount Hermon just before the flood of Noah and taught the people of the world how to, among other things, make weapons, manipulate metals, astronomy, and writing. Could these 200 angels, the Nommos, and Noah’s encounter with extra-terrestrial/supernatural/angelic beings be one in the same and give us the evidence that places ancient aliens as the direct influence in building Noah’s Ark? (According to the book of Noah, a common misconception about Noah’s Ark is that Noah built it; however, it was said that the Angels were the ones to build the ark. The book of Noah is contained in the Book of Enoch which was found with the Dead Sea Scrolls). This could be one of humanities first accounts of extra-terrestrial contact and direct influence in human civilization. These possibilities would truly change how we view our origins and compel us to ponder the reality that out cosmic origins could be of extra-terrestrial influence!
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26-10-2015, 07:23 AM
RE: Skunks on Noah's Ark.
(26-10-2015 07:13 AM)Valaista Wrote:  The language of the Bible is rich with metaphor. The biblical writers used familiar, everyday objects to symbolize spiritual truth. Ponder the possibility that our ancestors mistakenly took advance extra-terrestrial beings to be supernatural god (s) who descended from the heavens. (Technically god is an extra terrestrial lol.) Here, we look at the Biblical account of Noah’s Ark.

There are explanations that survival of the flood was in part accomplished by the help of superior beings from another planet who helped build an ark. Making the assertion that the Sumerian text was describing the same flood as the biblical account, it would seem that ancient aliens played a heavy role in the creation of Noah’s Ark and helping humanity through a cataclysmic worldwide flood.

Recently, Norway launched an international “seed vault” not too far from the North Pole in attempts to protect the extinction of these seeds during times of war and/or natural disasters. A coalition of 100’s of countries have opted to send their seed banks for safe keeping at the $10 million facility. As stated by Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, “It’s the Noah’s Ark for securing biological diversity for future generations.” Dubbed the “dooms day vault,” this facility argues the possibility that ancient aliens possessed this same knowledge thousands of years ago and helped Noah create a “DNA Bank” for all life on earth. Ancient Aliens theorists pose the question that perhaps Noah’s Ark was more of a DNA storage facility, which allowed for an easy method for storing and safekeeping the DNA of animals?

Furthermore, Ancient Aliens theorists also look at the timetable of the flood, which has been estimated to have occurred between 5,000-6,000 years ago. With this in mind, we look at another ancient civilization known as the Dogon people of Africa. The reason for the mentioning of this civilization is because of oral traditions that spoke about the Nommos, an ugly mermaid-like race of aliens who came to Earth around the time of Noah’s flood (also mentioned in Egypt as the Goddess Isis, Sumerian text and the Anunnaki, Babylon and Akkadian). Interestingly enough, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Book of Noah speak about 200 fallen Angels (Vigilants) who landed on Mount Hermon just before the flood of Noah and taught the people of the world how to, among other things, make weapons, manipulate metals, astronomy, and writing. Could these 200 angels, the Nommos, and Noah’s encounter with extra-terrestrial/supernatural/angelic beings be one in the same and give us the evidence that places ancient aliens as the direct influence in building Noah’s Ark? (According to the book of Noah, a common misconception about Noah’s Ark is that Noah built it; however, it was said that the Angels were the ones to build the ark. The book of Noah is contained in the Book of Enoch which was found with the Dead Sea Scrolls). This could be one of humanities first accounts of extra-terrestrial contact and direct influence in human civilization. These possibilities would truly change how we view our origins and compel us to ponder the reality that out cosmic origins could be of extra-terrestrial influence!


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26-10-2015, 07:39 AM
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26-10-2015, 07:46 AM
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(22-10-2015 05:18 AM)TheInquisition Wrote:  Not a problem, since it's impossible to build a 300 cubit seaworthy boat from wood, it would have sunk in a few minutes.

Nuh uh! It was made from gopher wood. That shit is super seaworthy.


(22-10-2015 05:18 AM)TheInquisition Wrote:  Though Noah and animals would have suffocated from an atmosphere super-saturated from humidity due to the massive amount of water about to fall on the ground before he even got the animals on board.

That's ok, I'm sure God could have just re-created everything, even Noah afterwards.

No, he just magicked all the problems away after he magicked them into existence in the first place. It all makes sense:
  • Magic a bunch of water into existence.
  • Magic air and sustenance on the ark.
  • Magic the water away.
  • Magic away all the damage caused by the flood to geological structures.
  • Magic away all the sediment caused by the flood (altering the geological record and removing proof).
  • Magic away all the dead plants from being covered by water for months.
  • Magically save all the fish that died from being in water of inappropriate salinity.
  • Magic all the salt out of the fresh water bodies that would have ended up there.
  • Magic sustenance for meat-eaters so they don't kill all the plant-eaters right off the ark.
  • Magically halt procreation in meat-eaters until the plant-eater populations can grow to levels that would sustain both populations.
  • Magically keep every species on the planet safe for many generations until they get to be biologically diverse enough that a single disease doesn't result in a species-wide extinction.
  • Magically babysit the DNA of every species on the planet to keep them from having genetic problems from all the incest that is about to happen.
It totally works. Of course, with all that magicking all the problems away, one wonders why YHWH felt it necessary to kill all the children when he was mad at their parents. Certainly, he could have magicked up some room for them on the ark and a way to take care of them after the fact. Sorry, babies!
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26-10-2015, 07:57 AM
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You forgot magically transporting the entire line of marsupials to the island continent of Australia, without leaving any trace of that migration, the penguins to Antarctica, and all other island species which had no way to get from Mt. Ararat to their native environments.

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26-10-2015, 08:18 AM
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Oh, you guys are all idiots. Don't you know there's a big hole in the earth? And that the earth is hollow inside? And that's where all the water is from the flood?

And here's proof!!!Angry

Even though it looks like a hurricane.....it's not.

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26-10-2015, 08:22 AM
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26-10-2015, 08:23 AM
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(26-10-2015 07:13 AM)Valaista Wrote:  Ponder the possibility that our ancestors mistakenly took advance extra-terrestrial beings to be supernatural god (s) who descended from the heavens.

Pondering such possibilities is entertaining, but when the pondering evolves into investigating then the supposed evidence that is cited devolves back into story and legend and fiction.

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26-10-2015, 08:26 AM
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(26-10-2015 07:57 AM)RocketSurgeon76 Wrote:  You forgot magically transporting the entire line of marsupials to the island continent of Australia, without leaving any trace of that migration, the penguins to Antarctica, and all other island species which had no way to get from Mt. Ararat to their native environments.

Didn't you hear? The flood caused Pangaea to separate... but somehow, after everything migrated. Or something.
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