by Lu Paradise • December 21, 2014 • 137 views
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Global Repopulation – by J.Nienhuis
Exposition One: As the ice age snowpacks were building in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood and after the Tower of Babel confusion of the languages (probably from Hebrew), about five hundred miles southeast from the landing place of Noah’s Ark in eastern Turkey, the clans listed in Genesis 10 began to spread out across the globe, many by sea, for instance offspring of Canaan, his son Sidon among them, known to many as the sea god Posidon, who with his son Atlas sailed west to the Sierra Morena mountains of southern Spain, the richest mining district in the ancient world, the lifeblood for the great wealth of the Atlantean empire.
The remnant of that empire was later known at the time of the book of Judges circa 1300 B.C. as Tarshish, with the legendary “Ships of Tarshish,” he who had been a son of Javan, the Greek Iawan having been name-sake of the Ionians, Javan who was a son of Japheth, the “mythological” god Jupiter. [India: Yapeti!] Continue reading Post-Deluge Earth’s Global Re-Population Record Re-Evaluated & Vindicated
by Lu Paradise • February 9, 2014 • 9 Comments — 79 views
Chapter 2 – ’6000 Years of History’ by Dr. Herman L. Hoeh
How long has Man been upon earth? Where, and through whom, did civilization originate? What about “prehistoric man”? Can the history of the Bible be reconciled with ancient history? with Egyptian and Babylonian chronology?
Historians and archaeologists are sharply divided over these questions today. Many sense something is drastically wrong with the present explanation of the ancient world. How did all this scholarly doubt arise?
It is Never Safe to Assume
Remove from a library shelf any volume on world history or ancient man and examine its opening chapters. In it will be such expressions as: “it is thought,” “there appears to be some basis for believing,” “it has been suggested,” “it may be presumed,” “one may safely assume,” and “others are of the opinion” — just to mention a few. Continue reading Compendium of World History Volume 1 No Such Thing As “Prehistory” of Man!