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Fuxi Nüwa & Chinese Mythology Clarified by Miao Legend Confirms Noah’s Flood History!

by Lu Paradise • February 21, 2011 • 32 Comments • 13,599 views

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Patriarchs Fu Xi and Nu Wa

Fu Xi and Nü Wa pictured with dragon tails intertwined. (Picture by Ma Lin 160 AD)
Every school-child in China, Taiwan, and other Chinese places, learns already early on about their original Chinese patriarchs and their histories. But the most ancient Chinese history has become quite embellished over 4 1/2 thousand years and changed into mythology. As a result, the 21st Century Chinese are quite confused about their earliest primo-genitors, and if it weren’t for a very interesting discovery that this article reveals, their earliest patriarchs would have stayed obscure until the end of time.

中國神話的苗族說明證實了諾亞洪水的歷史

AN INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE HISTORY & MYTHOLOGY:
The “Sān Huáng Wǔ Dì”

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Manu the Indian Noah & his Flood story agrees with 600 other Deluge accounts

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Ever heard the Deluge story of the Indians? Above is an Indian illustration of 8 Flood survivors on a boat pulled by a fish? It follows the story of MaNU, (also called Satyavrata) the Indian name for Noe, Noahk, Nur, Nu-U, Nu-Ah, Nüwa, OuraNOH, whichever nation’s name you prefer to use for our great global Patriarch and ancient leader of the eight Deluge survivors known from over seven hundred ancient legends worldwide! This comes from the oldest Indian book called the ‘Satapatha Brahmana’ & the ‘Matsya Purana’.

In various Hindu traditions, Manu, is a title accorded to the progenitor of mankind, and the very first king to rule this earth, who saved mankind from the great flood, after being warned of it by the Matsya avatar of Vishnu, who told him to build a giant boat and populate it with “his family animals, and 9 types of SEEDS!”

Seeds on the Ark are not mentioned in Genesis by Moses, but it makes perfect sense, as many people ask the question, “from what did the new trees, grasses and plants grow after the water receded?” Well of course there were seeds floating on the water and in the air, and perhaps some buried shallowly in the mud, but likely not too many. So there is the Indian answer to that skepticism.

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