Noah's Ark

We have been able to reconstruct a consistent conjecture surrounding the event known as the Pleistocene Nonconformity. We have assembled the ideas over a number of posts and even separate articles over the past two years. We have recently been well informed by the work of Prithvi on the ancient scriptures of India. This has given us eyewitness reports consistent with the core hypothesis of crustal shift.

In addition we have found that the evidence also demands that the event was precisely targeted to achieve the final result. This immediately informs us that this shift was brought about by human intervention conducted by space adapted humanity.

What this all means is that our human ancestors acted to end the Ice Age and usher in the climatically stable environment known as the Holocene. While doing this, they removed themselves to space habitats through natural conversion to a space adapted human form that we recognize as ET.

This background allows us to now review the report that has come down to us from Genesis and in particular the story about Noah. I have attached a recent copy of the story from Genesis and I ask you to read it once you have read through enough of the material I have posted on the nonconformity. I must admit, the story has been fleshing out amazingly well and it is drawing in other cultural sources into a consistent history.

First, I want to say that Genesis is a remarkable text. The first several pages lays out a creation myth as rich as any and to which we will return in another post. The next section is the tale of Noah and the great flood and can be viewed as an interpolation from a specific self contained text. Thus we can presume that the first section was possibly assembled from many other texts and perhaps even the later material, Noah’s tale stands out as a self consistent text folded into the material that stands alone. Thus we are able to work with it as external to the natural construction based on ancestral imperatives.

Now we move to the text itself. This work has come to us after been translated at the end of the Bronze Age from far older texts. Let me explain what that generally means. Language itself, without a written anchor as presently exists will drift and become unintelligible after about five hundred years. This means it will be translated into current usage about every five hundred years.

Thus the only thing that we can trust is the story itself. And reading it in English is well in keeping with that tradition. This also means that our first warning is that the language of transmittal is from the late Bronze Age and we must act accordingly because I am saying that the tale itself is plausibly a report that is now over 12,000 years old. This is very important.

What the tale tells us is that Noah formed a resettlement group with sufficient biological specimens to commence, in his particular case, repopulation of Asia. They built an ark that was obviously no sea going vessel, but a transport globe able to lift off the earth and stand off while determining conditions.

Not surprisingly, the tale has been ‘improved’ in order to make is understandable to the ears of each generation of listeners. The marine aspects can be discounted as such adjustments and not too surprising either.

However the landing near Mount Ararat as their initial area of settlement now makes good sense. All lowlands and obvious places of initial settlement still would need centuries of natural restoration before much would be attempted. Populations of hunters would still be prowling the countryside creating security problems. These behooved creating initial settlements in sheltered highland valleys away from game herds where agriculture could be nursed into existence. Game herds would have recovered quickly as would their human predators.

Lowlands needed to reestablish new soils and to also possibly be leached by centuries of rainfall.

In any case, I will now insert some notes in the following text to assist you in understanding this thesis.

Genesis 6
The Flood

1 When men began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, 2 the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. 3 Then the LORD said, "My Spirit will not contend with [a] man forever, for he is mortal [b] ; his days will be a hundred and twenty years."

4 The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of men and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown.

The Nephilim have received prior notice by other writers. In our reconstructed history it is easy to see them as ET, since they are again the space form of humanity in our reconstruction. This is confirmed by the fact of intermarriage taking place. Yet the text is certainly describing a superior and visibly unique class of humanity that appears outside normal tribal interchange. After all, why are they commenting on the mere fact of intermarriage at all unless it was exceptional.

5 The LORD saw how great man's wickedness on the earth had become, and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil all the time. 6 The LORD was grieved that he had made man on the earth, and his heart was filled with pain. 7 So the LORD said, "I will wipe mankind, whom I have created, from the face of the earth—men and animals, and creatures that move along the ground, and birds of the air—for I am grieved that I have made them." 8 But Noah found favor in the eyes of the LORD.

This is surely a priestly interpolation and brings in the subplot of divine punishment. The reasons for the flood had everything to do with terraforming the Earth in order to expand the human habitat on Earth by ending the Ice Age.

9 This is the account of Noah.

Noah was a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, and he walked with God. 10 Noah had three sons: Shem, Ham and Japheth.

11 Now the earth was corrupt in God's sight and was full of violence. 12 God saw how corrupt the earth had become, for all the people on earth had corrupted their ways. 13 So God said to Noah, "I am going to put an end to all people, for the earth is filled with violence because of them. I am surely going to destroy both them and the earth. 14 So make yourself an ark of cypress [
c] wood; make rooms in it and coat it with pitch inside and out. 15 This is how you are to build it: The ark is to be 450 feet long, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high. [d] 16 Make a roof for it and finish [e] the ark to within 18 inches [f] of the top.

Put a door in the side of the ark and make lower, middle and upper decks. 17 I am going to bring floodwaters on the earth to destroy all life under the heavens, every creature that has the breath of life in it. Everything on earth will perish. 18 But I will establish my covenant with you, and you will enter the ark—you and your sons and your wife and your sons' wives with you. 19 You are to bring into the ark two of all living creatures, male and female, to keep them alive with you. 20 Two of every kind of bird, of every kind of animal and of every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you to be kept alive. 21 You are to take every kind of food that is to be eaten and store it away as food for you and for them."

First off, we can forget about cypress wood, and 450 feet and pitch. These are all Bronze Age word replacements long after any original meanings were lost. This was an ellipsoidal vessel containing three decks so scale remains more or less intact. The layering with pitch can be interpreted as graphene layering as described in my article about reengineering the UFO. Graphene is integral to a magnetic field exclusion craft.

This vessel could stock a huge embryo inventory and all that is needed to establish a new settlement base. Maybe we need to call large UFO’s Arks. It could also travel through space to space habitats to bring people in and out. In fact this vessel could possibly carry between five to six thousand people in a passenger configuration. It is twice as long and twice as wide as a 747 and has three decks.

If it was not a one off trip, then this is an excellent vessel to do the job described in the text. One could establish a fully populated colony in an attractive valley with a population mass able to scare off interlopers.

22 Noah did everything just as God commanded him.

Genesis 7

1 The LORD then said to Noah, "Go into the ark, you and your whole family, because I have found you righteous in this generation. 2 Take with you seven [
a] of every kind of clean animal, a male and its mate, and two of every kind of unclean animal, a male and its mate, 3 and also seven of every kind of bird, male and female, to keep their various kinds alive throughout the earth. 4 Seven days from now I will send rain on the earth for forty days and forty nights, and I will wipe from the face of the earth every living creature I have made."

5 And Noah did all that the LORD commanded him.

6 Noah was six hundred years old when the floodwaters came on the earth. 7 And Noah and his sons and his wife and his sons' wives entered the ark to escape the waters of the flood. 8 Pairs of clean and unclean animals, of birds and of all creatures that move along the ground, 9 male and female, came to Noah and entered the ark, as God had commanded Noah. 10 And after the seven days the floodwaters came on the earth.

Please take note of the ages been reported here. We are today on the verge of uncovering how to extend human life to these types of ranges. This merely confirms the nature of the Nephilim. These early settlers were able to retain their lifespans, during the first few centuries of the build out.

I also want to put the idea of population in perspective. If we start with an initial pool of 10,000 settlers who are all pioneer growers, their main source of wealth would be children. Thus maximum fertility can be assumed. Then we have a first generation population of about fifty thousand, a second generation of another 250,000 and a third generation of 1,250,000, all easily within ordinary lifetimes.

The first and second generation of leaders covered a thousand years. During that time their descendents would have had the opportunity to penetrate every valley in Eurasia and to populate it with agriculturally based humanity. Yet institutional memory remained fully intact and ample technical support was likely available to help establish crops.

For whatever reason, there is little evidence that metallurgy was initially brought along, although that may be totally mistaken. If I have learned anything, in a primitive agricultural society, metal is money and simply does not get lost. Millennia of real metallurgy can all disappear into last night’s melt and will. We have the case of South America in which the only bronze artifacts merely precede the conquest. Yet the mining activity itself is easily millennia old.

11 In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, on the seventeenth day of the second month—on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened. 12 And rain fell on the earth forty days and forty nights.

The crust moved and the ocean came on land. The impact of the comet filled the sky with carbon soot and valorized huge amounts of ice saturating the atmosphere with water vapor. The atmosphere itself warmed up several degrees at least. Then it all started to come out as rain and obviously rained for weeks on end.

13 On that very day Noah and his sons, Shem, Ham and Japheth, together with his wife and the wives of his three sons, entered the ark. 14 They had with them every wild animal according to its kind, all livestock according to their kinds, every creature that moves along the ground according to its kind and every bird according to its kind, everything with wings. 15 Pairs of all creatures that have the breath of life in them came to Noah and entered the ark. 16 The animals going in were male and female of every living thing, as God had commanded Noah. Then the LORD shut him in.

17 For forty days the flood kept coming on the earth, and as the waters increased they lifted the ark high above the earth. 18 The waters rose and increased greatly on the earth, and the ark floated on the surface of the water. 19 They rose greatly on the earth, and all the high mountains under the entire heavens were covered. 20 The waters rose and covered the mountains to a depth of more than twenty feet. [b] , [c] 21 Every living thing that moved on the earth perished—birds, livestock, wild animals, all the creatures that swarm over the earth, and all mankind. 22 Everything on dry land that had the breath of life in its nostrils died. 23 Every living thing on the face of the earth was wiped out; men and animals and the creatures that move along the ground and the birds of the air were wiped from the earth. Only Noah was left, and those with him in the ark.

24 The waters flooded the earth for a hundred and fifty days.

Curiously enough, this is a description of the Maldives, but is likely unrelated. The foregoing is hard to interpret because we simply do not know their perspective. One thought that does come to mind is an eyewitness report of the earth itself as the clouds of water vapor and even carbon dust dissipate.

In short, this is more easily understood as sitting on a mountain height waiting for the ocean of cloud cover to fully subside. Certainly huge amounts of drainage would be ongoing both in the early stages and centuries afterward such as the lake whose eruption formed the Ganges a millennium later.

Please observe the remarkable use of the verb to lift to describe the movement of the ark. This was no boat as depicted ever since.

Genesis 8

1 But God remembered Noah and all the wild animals and the livestock that were with him in the ark, and he sent a wind over the earth, and the waters receded. 2 Now the springs of the deep and the floodgates of the heavens had been closed, and the rain had stopped falling from the sky. 3 The water receded steadily from the earth. At the end of the hundred and fifty days the water had gone down, 4 and on the seventeenth day of the seventh month the ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat. 5 The waters continued to recede until the tenth month, and on the first day of the tenth month the tops of the mountains became visible.

6 After forty days Noah opened the window he had made in the ark 7 and sent out a raven, and it kept flying back and forth until the water had dried up from the earth. 8 Then he sent out a dove to see if the water had receded from the surface of the ground. 9 But the dove could find no place to set its feet because there was water over all the surface of the earth; so it returned to Noah in the ark. He reached out his hand and took the dove and brought it back to himself in the ark. 10 He waited seven more days and again sent out the dove from the ark. 11 When the dove returned to him in the evening, there in its beak was a freshly plucked olive leaf! Then Noah knew that the water had receded from the earth. 12 He waited seven more days and sent the dove out again, but this time it did not return to him.

13 By the first day of the first month of Noah's six hundred and first year, the water had dried up from the earth. Noah then removed the covering from the ark and saw that the surface of the ground was dry.

14 By the twenty-seventh day of the second month the earth was completely dry.

15 Then God said to Noah, 16 "Come out of the ark, you and your wife and your sons and their wives.

17 Bring out every kind of living creature that is with you—the birds, the animals, and all the creatures that move along the ground—so they can multiply on the earth and be fruitful and increase in number upon it."

18 So Noah came out, together with his sons and his wife and his sons' wives. 19 All the animals and all the creatures that move along the ground and all the birds—everything that moves on the earth—came out of the ark, one kind after another.

20 Then Noah built an altar to the LORD and, taking some of all the clean animals and clean birds, he sacrificed burnt offerings on it. 21 The LORD smelled the pleasing aroma and said in his heart: "Never again will I curse the ground because of man, even though [
a] every inclination of his heart is evil from childhood. And never again will I destroy all living creatures, as I have done.

22 "As long as the earth endures,

seedtime and harvest,
cold and heat,
summer and winter,
day and night
will never cease."

Genesis 9

God's Covenant With Noah

1 Then God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to them, "Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the earth. 2 The fear and dread of you will fall upon all the beasts of the earth and all the birds of the air, upon every creature that moves along the ground, and upon all the fish of the sea; they are given into your hands. 3 Everything that lives and moves will be food for you. Just as I gave you the green plants, I now give you everything.

4 "But you must not eat meat that has its lifeblood still in it. 5 And for your lifeblood I will surely demand an accounting. I will demand an accounting from every animal. And from each man, too, I will demand an accounting for the life of his fellow man.

6 "Whoever sheds the blood of man,
by man shall his blood be shed;
for in the image of God
has God made man.

7 As for you, be fruitful and increase in number; multiply on the earth and increase upon it."

8 Then God said to Noah and to his sons with him: 9 "I now establish my covenant with you and with your descendants after you 10 and with every living creature that was with you—the birds, the livestock and all the wild animals, all those that came out of the ark with you—every living creature on earth. 11 I establish my covenant with you: Never again will all life be cut off by the waters of a flood; never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth."

12 And God said, "This is the sign of the covenant I am making between me and you and every living creature with you, a covenant for all generations to come: 13 I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. 14 Whenever I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears in the clouds, 15 I will remember my covenant between me and you and all living creatures of every kind. Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all life. 16 Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth."

17 So God said to Noah, "This is the sign of the covenant I have established between me and all life on the earth."

This following passage could well be another later interpolation and matches the style of later material.

The Sons of Noah

18 The sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham and Japheth. (Ham was the father of Canaan.) 19 These were the three sons of Noah, and from them came the people who were scattered over the earth.

20 Noah, a man of the soil, proceeded [
a] to plant a vineyard. 21 When he drank some of its wine, he became drunk and lay uncovered inside his tent. 22 Ham, the father of Canaan, saw his father's nakedness and told his two brothers outside. 23 But Shem and Japheth took a garment and laid it across their shoulders; then they walked in backward and covered their father's nakedness. Their faces were turned the other way so that they would not see their father's nakedness.

24 When Noah awoke from his wine and found out what his youngest son had done to him, 25 he said,

"Cursed be Canaan!
The lowest of slaves
will he be to his brothers."

26 He also said,

"Blessed be the LORD, the God of Shem!
May Canaan be the slave of Shem. [
27 May God extend the territory of Japheth [
c] ;
may Japheth live in the tents of Shem,
and may Canaan be his [
d] slave."

28 After the flood Noah lived 350 years. 29 Altogether, Noah lived 950 years, and then he died.

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