The Flood of Noah
The flood of Noah was actually the last of five floods, each of which killed 99% of all animal life on the Earth. All five were the result of close encounters with large astronomical bodies, which overturned the spin axis of the outer shell, the mantle and crust, causing the oceans to rush across entire continents. This process is described in the Bible:
(Isaiah 24:1 KJV) Behold, the LORD maketh the earth empty, and maketh it waste, and turneth it upside down, and scattereth abroad the inhabitants thereof.
The first two overturnings delineated the Younger Dryas period, approximately 12,800 and 11,500 BP, during which period the Moon was captured in orbit around the Earth. This involved two rapid (in one day) overturnings some 1300 years apart.
Then 5,500 years later, proto-Venus was created by an enormous impact on Jupiter and within decades it made two close passes to the Earth. On its first encounter the great heat of the newly born proto-Venus scorched a path from north Africa to Tibet (leaving the entire region desiccated to this day) before tidally locking onto the uplifted Tibetan-Himalayan complex and overturning the spin axis of the outer shell without changing its rotation speed.
Not only did these proto-Venus overturnings kill most animal life, more importantly, they eliminated all but a very few of the sub-human hominid species which populated the Earth at the time (~3700 BC). I maintain that the Bible, being a record of Gods relationship with Homo Sapiens, begins with the state of the Earth immediately after this great destruction.
(Gen 1:2 KJV) And the earth became without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
These four great ‘floods’ delineated the ‘five suns’ – five sequential ‘ages’ in which the sun rose and set in opposite directions relative to the surface of the Earth. Although language, as we know it, may not have existed in those very ancient times, these ‘ages’ were somehow recorded in the cultural memories of certain groups, such as the Aztecs and the Egyptians. Plato wrote, that in 475 BC Egyptian priests told Herotodus, a Greek scholar, that their ‘kingdom’ stretched back 431 generations and that during their history the Earth had overturned four times due to close encounters with other worlds. The period specified, assuming 30-years per generation, included the two proto-Venus encounters and just encompassed the Younger Dryas overturnings. Since the first close pass of proto-Venus was over the Nile Delta, everyone in the area was killed, implying that the surviving culture originated in what is now Upper Egypt. This region was obviously immune to the flooding caused by the overturnings, which were the result of tidal interactions with the elevated Tibetan-Himalayan complex.
Concurrently with the proto-Venus overturnings, the rampaging planet, more like a giant comet, crossed the orbits of both terrestrial planets and ejected the green living planet, priori-Mars, from its ancient orbit, inside that of the Earth, into one which intersected that of the Earth. Then began the amazing sequence of one-hundred captures, in a geostationary orbit, and subsequent releases of priori-Mars into its planetary orbit, which continued for 3,000 years. The net result of these one-hundred encounters was that the Earth captured all the oceans, atmosphere and seeds (in the form of manna) of the formerly living, and much more ancient priori-Mars.
I maintain that the precision required, the number of encounters and the fact that the Earth was completely rejuvenated, leads to the logical conclusion that the entire sequence of events, including the capture of the Moon in the correct orbit, were planned and executed by Yehovah – not by ‘magic’ but within His laws, which science attributes to Newton, Einstein and Maxwell. The R-and-R periods in its planetary orbit were necessary in order for the water on priori-Mars to be evenly redistributed making possible access to some of the water in the southern hemisphere on the previous capture, because the north pole remained facing the Earth when in geostationary orbit.
The first capture of priori-Mars, the biblical firmament, made it possible for the advanced culture on that ancient planet, which was 800 million years older than the Earth, to descend the short distance between the two worlds, only some 37,000 km, and upgrade the DNA of the very few survivors of the proto-Venus overturnings, creating Homo Sapiens Sapiens. This destruction and the subsequent creation of mankind is marked, archaeologically, by the beginning of the Bronze Age, the true date of which was around 3700 BC once tree-ring corrections are applied to the radiocarbon date of approximately 3250 BC. This scenario is confirmed by two facts. First, the 300-year Bronze Age I, or ‘silent’ period, i.e. from which no archaeological artefacts have been found and from the other accepted name of the BA I, the ‘pre-urban’ period. The first shows the sudden complete destruction of the subhuman species that existed up to that date. The second makes clear that after the 300-year period of learning from the ‘elohiym and repopulation of the Earth by mankind, the great urban cultures in the Indus Valley, Egypt and Mesopotamia ‘suddenly’ appeared.
The Flood of Noah
What about the flood of Noah? Some fourteen centuries after these cyclic encounters with priori-Mars had begun and Adam had been created, Yehovah became angry with the evil in the world and determined to put an end to man.
(Gen 6:7 KJV) And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them.
But God relented and decided to save one righteous man and his family, by having him build an ark. Based on biblical records, the flood of Noah described in Gen 6:7, occurred somewhere between 2305 and 2345 BC. At that date some 45 cycles (captures and releases) of the spectacular encounters between priori-Mars and the Earth had taken place and were accepted by everyone on Earth as the normal order. Nonetheless, the scale and magnitude of the events that occurred at those times were far beyond anything imagined in the modern world. The captures did cause flooding in Egypt and the Middle East as the Mediterranean and Red Seas were drawn toward Tibet. But the construction of the pyramids, tells and ziggurats proves that these cultures had learned to cope with the potentially disastrous events – both the flooding and the earthquakes. Seemingly more scary was the fact that at each capture and release the spin axis of the outer shell, on which we live, became reoriented by thirty degrees in a single day, in order to have the Tibetan-Himalayan complex be on the equator during each encounter. These reorientations are described in numerous ancient legends about the Sun setting early, moving backward in the sky or the length of specific shadows changing (2 Kings 20:10 & 11, Isaiah 38:8). These descriptions imply that the approach of priori-Mars was so perfectly timed that the shift in the spin axis was relatively smooth – a miracle on top of a miracle.
In spite of the apparent smoothness of these captures, they obviously contained the ‘seed’ of a potential disaster, since the first four ancient overturnings were what had caused global floods that had destroyed most animal life on the Earth. Given that the Lord had begun the entire sequence of encounters, it is logical to assume that He could somehow cause the timing or the angle of priori-Mars approach, say, above or below the plane of the Earth’s orbit, to drastically effect the rotation of the outer shell of the Earth, causing the flood of Noah as the oceans again rushed across entire continents.
Another factor likely contributed to the flood of Noah. An enormous mass of water had already been transferred to the Earth during the first forty-five encounters, a large portion of which fell in Tibet and collected in great natural reservoirs such as the Tarim basin, which is the size of the state of Texas. Geologists emphatically deny that large lakes could have existed in Tibet in recent geologic history, but Tibetan monks have paintings which depict their forerunners sailing ships and insist this was true as recently as 2,500 years ago. Noah’s flood could have involved the breach of the containment in such basins, resulting in the sudden release of a small ‘ocean’ contributing to the ‘normal’ flooding that accompanied the captures of priori-Mars.
Since the flood was instantaneous on a geological time scale, it is difficult to find direct evidence for it. Coincidentally, in 2000 H. M. Cullen et al published a paper titled “Evidence from the deep sea”, as would be expected, the authors do not even mention Noah’s flood. Drilling in the Gulf of Oman they found a concentrated layers of dust (CaCO3 and dolomite) at a depth corresponding to 4,025 ± 125 BP, which apparently persisted for ~300 years. Applying tree-ring corrections to this carbon dating gives 2325 BC, roughly coinciding with the date of Noah’s flood based on biblical dates, between 2345 and 2304 BC. The authors explain that this layer comprises dust blown from the Arabian peninsula indicating a period of great drought. They also suggest this is somehow associated with the collapse of the Akkadian Empire, which had ruled Mesopotamia from the headwaters of the Tigris-Euphrates Rivers to the Persian Gulf up to that date.
In 2002 Professor Jean-Daniel Stanley et al from the Smithsonian and Leeds University, UK, published new geological data from cores collected in the Nile delta. These sediments are consistent with the archaeological hypothesis that ‘natural’ environmental events, and particularly a drying trend, played a major role in the demise of the Old Kingdom in Egypt about 4200 to 4000 cal yr B.P. They suggest this resulted from a decrease in vegetative cover and an increase in erosion rate.
“Drought was widespread at ca. 4200 cal yr B.P. across Egypt and much of Africa and Asia, and this abrupt climatic event has been implicated in the collapse ofcivilizations in Syria, Mesopotamia, Turkey, and elsewhere.
The 300-year period associated with the drought is also significant. The Bronze Age I period, which was triggered by the proto-Venus destructions around 3700 BC, was also 300 years long. I maintain that it was the time required for the repopulation of the Earth by the newly created Homo Sapiens, but a similar time interval would also have been required for the vegetation to recover. If the flood of Noah again reduced the population of mankind to only a few people, one would expect that there would be a comparable interval of time required for these survivors to repopulate and begin the husbanding of crops destroyed by the later flood.
Anthropologists have only recently come to the understanding that societal collapse, such as the Akkadian and the Old Kingdom of Egypt, were the result, not of geopolitical problems, but of ‘abrupt climate changes’. Perhaps this view has been changed by the current concerns about man-caused global warming. The truth is that the ‘abrupt climate changes,’ the immediate results of which last 300-years, were caused by close cosmic encounters: the Younger Dryas by the capture of the Moon; the BA I by the proto-Venus overturnings; the sudden drought of 2300 BC by a disruption of the capture of priori-Mars, which Yehovah used to produce the flood of Noah.