posted on Sep, 15 2004 @ 08:02 PM
Yeah, Nygdan we're kinda on the same page but ,(bear with my lunacy for just a moment), what if the global flood issue was never really an issue at
all? This is what we have: A "history" lesson about some guy from the first civilization (Ur in Sumeria - present day Iraq) who was told by God, the
Creator, the Annunaki, whatever that he was to take "the seed of every living thing" (according to the original Sumerian account) with him on a
journey because the locals had become wicked and had turned away from their "God" or creators. So he takes the seed of every living thing away from
these people so that it would be safe. Okay- now would it change the story too much if he was on foot? Or a camel? Not really. Either way it's only
his mode of transportation. The important part of the story was the fact that this guy, (Noah, Utnapishtim, whatever you wanna call him) was told by
some higher power to take this thing (not animals - we all know that's BS) somewhere to be kept safe from these locals and their demise. Ya dig man?