posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 11:05 AM
Originally posted by Nightaudit
reply to post by All Seeing Eye
You might have a point there. I have seen videos of an asian underwater sight that absolutely blew my mind.
Sorry for not having the name ready.
It would still leave the challenge to see where the water came from, though.
Some people are in favour of a weird "water canopy" that I have already heard of. But that is not reasonable at all.
edit on 7-4-2013 by
Nightaudit because: spelling
We must take all accounts of this event, the flood, into account, but, we have to take them into the proper perspective of the witnesses. Many
ancient scriptures state their was outside intervention into humanity. Fallen Angels, Watchers, Lord God, Ra, and a host of others. We are led to
believe that these "Gods" for lack of better descriptions, were superior to the common man. Some of the scriptures speak of mankind only being
created to be slaves and miners. Only a very few humans were allowed to be educated, and I suspect that education was very narrow and quite limited.
But even at that, someone had to survive to tell the tale of the event. We are left with flood stories from around the world, that may have been
written by "uneducated" people who's abilities of communication are very limited. And believe me, I can relate to them.
They were not perfect writings and great room for error was present. "water canopy" could translate to "It rained Cats and Dogs" as we sometimes
say today. Could people in the future confuse this with the actual raining of cats and dogs? Water coming up from the depths may as well be taken
out of the real physical context that was observed. If you boil all the story down to one thing then I think the one most important thing is, some
one took responsibility for the act of the flood, and stated they would not do it again.
Once you identify the "Who", you will start to understand where the water might have come from.