posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 03:49 PM
Originally posted by NephraTari
Sadly you really can't trust 100% of anything that anyone says.. not even scientists.
I think it's a legitimate question. I realize flood stories come from all over the world. I think I've read every single one of them, too. lol
I'm an author, by trade or bad habit, not sure which. But local floods or floods covering a hundred miles or so, would account for most of them.
There's one in particular though, that can't be attributed to a local flood unless the land mass had a sudden dropping of height and it wasn't
mentioned. It's a flood story from either central or south america. Don't recall the particulars other than they were on a mountain and the flood
covered the rest of the mountains in the area. It was just a couple brothers, according to the story, but then suddenly, there were 2 women. .
Let me give you an example of how this may actually be a case of migration from another planet to here:
The story of the native americans who emerged from "caves" of creation and underground places for the first time, to live on the earth, which has
been translated to mean they were living underground and came out to the surface. I disagree. I think they arrived here via star gate technology
that was housed in underground chambers.
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