posted on Mar, 16 2004 @ 10:21 AM
The theme of a Noah's Ark as a Space Ship was covered in the 1951 movie When Worlds Collide.
Thoughfully one could take the direction of ideas and ask questions about the origin of "parables," such as Noah's Ark. I could not understand why
any article of faith, such as literal fundamentalism, would preclude things like brotherhood, peace on earth, you know the real essential truths. Even
today schisms divide people, and I suppose this entire picture is highly exploitable by third parties such as the "global elite," whatever that
Jesus taught in parables, and the Apostles interpreted things in allegories. Parables of course were supposedly true stories, allegories were probably
a best guess of what the parable meant. So there is truth in a story, and more ideas from interpretations. One could say that these schisms are
allegorical, but central governments and various fundamentalists appear to want truth to have only one allegory. All of these sectarian things have a
purpose though, preserving something sacred although people may be divided in what they are "supposed to think."
So if the allegory of the Noah's Ark "parable," is a "space ship," why not think about it?