AFTER THE FLOOD
The history of Noah and of early Europe has been suppressed! Not since the close of the seventeenth century has it been allowed to be taught publicly. This suppression of truth did not happen in a day.
“.Almost any man of the Renaissance could tell the story of Noah’s wanderings and of his plantation of Europe, for the account appeared in many books.”
(“The Legend of Noah”, Don C. Allen, 1963, p.117).
Before the flood
Before the Flood, Noah was a great, wealth and influential leader . He was actually A GREAT RULER! It was related how Josephus said that Noah, before the Flood, had to flee for his life. Where did he flee from, and where did he go? Ancient Mesopotamian tradition, as contained in the “Epic of Gilgamesh,” records that Noah’s pre-Flood home was a town called Shruppak in Mesopotamia on the banks of the Euphrates. Noah fled to Egypt and that Egypt was the place from which Noah began to speak and warn the world!
Berossus which is recorded in Corey’s”Ancient Fragments”, p. 57. In it is the story of a famous individual who, before, the Flood, traveled along all the coastlands. During the day he would come out of his boat and preach to all the people living on the sea; and at night he would retire back to his ship.
Proof of the Flood in history
The Sumerian King List post Flood account:
“After the Flood has swept over the earth and when kingship was slowered again from heaven, kingship was first in KISH.”(Pritchard’s “Ancient Near Eastern Texts”, p. 265.)
After the Flood
“Noah and his family came down from (the mountain) into the plain which it overshadowed. The plain was thickly strewn with corpses, from which fact the place has to this day retained the name of Myri-Adam, which means disembowelled men.”
Remember that the location of these earliest post-Flood events is Armenia. The High Priest of most ancient Armenia was the same personage who was High Priest and King of Salem in the time of Abraham — Mesdezdek.
“And I, behold, I establish my covenant with you, and with your seed after you; and with every living creature . . neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood … This is the token of the covenant which I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me andthe earth … (that) the waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh” (Gen. 9:9-15).
WHO WAS THE OLDEST? Japheth
Genesis 10:9 here it is recorded that “Unto them also, the father of all the children of Eber, the brother of Japheth the elder, even to him were children born”.(See Jameison, Faucett, and Brown Commentary). Zillah, remember was the first truly black woman in history! And, quite late in Lamech’s life, his black wife, Zillah, had a daughter named Naamah. Naamah became famous as a weaver of cloth — and this is who Ham married!
How long did they live?
Now turn to Genesis 5:32. This verse tells us that Noah was 500 years old when the oldest of his last three children was begotten. Noah lived to be 950, Shem was 600 at death, Abraham 175.
Read Josephus’ brief account:
Now the sons of Noah, Shem, Japheth, and Ham were the first of all descended from the mountains into the plains, and fixed their habitation there and persuaded others who were greatly afraid of the lower grounds on account of the flood, and so were very slow to come down from the higher places, to venture to follow their examples.”(Antiquities of the Jews I, IV, 1.)
Now, from Shem, Ham, and Japheth sprang Noah’s sixteen grandsons– and their sixteen family names illustrate all the general types of people found in the world today! Since it is important to be familiar with these names, they should be listed here. Shem had five sons: Elam, Asshur, Arphaxad, Lud, and Aram. Ham had four: Cush, Mizraim, Phut, and Canaan. And Japheth had the most sons of all, Seven: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras.
Berossus, ancient Babylonian historian and contemporary of Manetho, wrote of events immediately following the Flood. In his discussion of the family of Noah he states; “Now they knew their wives, who, on the very day expected regularly brought forth twins of different sexes; afterwards, when these twins had grown to years of puberty, and married, they also had twins at each birth.”
Noah spent many years educating his children and their families.
The human family, then, stayed in the region of Armenia for a little over a century after the Flood. By that time, however, the earth’s tiny but flourishing population had become so large that it was necessary to redistribute the population by sending out colonies in a pre-planned and organized manner as inspired by God and directed by Noah. The project began in 2261.
Noah took his sons on a world tour. The original world tour, according to the account of Lemaire, occurred some eight decades after the Flood and required ten years to complete. After their return to Armenia, Noah began to send out groups of colonists to the various parts of the world where God wanted the different segments of the human family to live.
Division of the Nations
“And unto Eber (Heber) were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg; for in his days was the earth divided; and his brother’s name was Joktan. The name “Peleg” is significant. It is a Hebrew word meaning “division”. The margin of many Bibles points this out. In other words, Peleg received this name because IN HIS DAYS GOD DIVIDED UP THE EARTH’S SURFACE AMONG THE NATIONS! This verse has wrongly been understood to mean that this was the time when the continents were separated. Peleg was born to Heber and his wife in Armenia shortly before Noah began sending out the people. Though the plan was not yet being carried out, the human family knew it was soon to occur. Noah had probably informed them of this plan in detail after he had returned from his initial world tour years before. That is why Heber could name his son appropriately.
Josephus’ description of the period: ”God commanded them to send COLONIES abroad, for the thorough peopling of the earth, that they might not raise seditions among themselves, but might cultivate a great part o fthe of Earth …. But they … did not obey God. (Again later) when they flourished with a numerous youth, God admonished them again to send out colonies: but they, Imagining the prosperity they enjoyed was not derived from the favour of God, but supposing that their own power was the proper cause of the plentiful condition they were in, did not obey Him. Nay, they added to … their disobedience … the suspicion that (if they did) send out separate colonies …being (thus) divided assunder, they might the more easily be oppressed. (Antiquities I, IV, 1.)
Apostle Paul to say. “God who made the world and all that is in it … from one forefather …has created every nation of men to live over the face of the whole earth. He has determined the times of their existence and the limits of their habitation”. (Acts 17:24 26).
Deu 32:8 When the most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the sons of Adam, he set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel.
Act 17:26 And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;
Journey of Noah
It was described as a “vast retinue” (Allen, page 116).according to Berossus’ account, Noah had with him “a great number of families whom he intended to lead into various distant colonies.” He and his company first went to the region of Hyrcania, that district which is located south of the Caspian Sea. After leaving colonists there, they went “into Mesopotamia, towards the sea below Babylon.” colonies out into Arabia Felix” where he established several new Settlements. The next part of Noah’s itinerary was Africa. According to the account from Berossus, Noah spent over half a century on the African continent. Lemaire’s history of the travels of Noah states that the great Patriarch and his retinue finally left Africa and moved into Spain 259 years after the Flood, which would be the year 2110. After nine years in Spain, Noah moved on into Italy.
Italy becomes the Capitol
Noah is listed as the first ruler to exercise authority in relation to Italy. Italy was uninhabited for 108 years after the Flood (2369-2261). In other words, this is the time Noah originally sent people to live in that area of the world! Gomer, son of Japheth, along with his son, Ochus, is listed as ruling in Italy from earliest times down to the year 2120. (See page 130 of volume two of the Compendium.)
The history of ancient Persia dates its first king on the basis on the date of 2261. And the history of ancient Scandinavia opens with the migration of Magog (Gen. 10:2) out of the region of Armenia at this very same time. (Compendium, Vol. II, pp. 127-130, 157,195-196).
Both Berossus and Lemaire record that Ham had a negative effect on the inhabitants of Italy. Their accounts state that he was “endeavoring to corrupt” them. Lemaire provides this background. Gomer died at an advanced age in 2120. At this crucial juncture Ham came to Italy from Africa and usurped authority over the colonists. Apparently Gomer’s son, Ochus, was not influential enough to maintain rulership. Ham must have then begun a process of turning the people away from the teachings of Noah. Berossus’ account indicates that Ham was a wicked person who got involved in all kinds of sinful practices, and that now, in Italy, he “began to corrupt the people’s morals by his many crimes and iniquities.” Earlier in his history, Berossus wrote that Ham was “assuring the people that it was their duty to commit all kinds”. Italy also mentions a ruler called Sabatius Saga” which might have been Melchisedek of Salem.
There is a very special reason why Italy originally became the home of religious apostasy in the West. That reason should now be obvious from the story that has just been told here. Of course! The pagan mystery religions had a very special problem confronting them in Italy — they had to counter the teachings of Noah! Paganism actually spread from Italy to Greece.
After Noah died, their task became easier. They made a god out of Noah and got the people to worship him! They called him, in their mysteries, Janus — the god with two faces looking in opposite directions the one who could look into both worlds because he experienced the worlds on either side of the Flood.
The Towel of Babel
The building of the city and tower of Babel (Gen. 11:9) commenced in the year 2256. which was five years after this initial colonization of 2261. These two all-important historical events are directly related. Notice Gen. 11:4. The rebellion against God’s plan was led mainly by the family of Ham.
Nimrod and his followers said to the people,
Gen 11:4 And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.
The Flood ended in 2369. The colonization started 131 years after the flood. One hundred thirty-one years later brings us to the date of 2238 B.C. The tower of Babel began 2256. Eighteen years after the Babel tower project begun, God stopped the construction.
Adam Clarke, under Genesis 11:4 states that two of the Jewish Targums “assert that the tower was for idolatrous worship: and that they intended to place an image on the top of the tower with a sword”.
Josephus has an interesting statement in this connection:
“after this they were dispersed abroad, on account of their languages, and went by colonies everywhere, and each colony took possession of that land which they light upon, and unto which GOD LED THEM.” (Antiquities I, V, 1,)
In other words. Josephus tells us that by one means or another, through various circumstances, God caused the great majority of people to end up in the areas of the world where He had originally intended them to settle.
CUSH AND NIMROD
Cush initiated the practice of racial intermarriage! He took for a wife the strikingly beautiful white Semiramis! She was destined to become the mother of Nimrod, the greatest rebel of all! The ancient Saxon Chronicle plainly records that Semiramis or Ishtar was the lineage of Japheth. Germanic tradition gives strong indication that she may actually have been the daughter of Ashkenaz, the oldest son of Gomer who, in turn,was the firstborn son of Japheth. She would have been born about 2313 – still over a half-century before the time of Babel! Nimrod could have been born around 2290 B.C.
Nimrod was a tall one source describing him as a “warlike giant”. Sargon of Akkad, also known as Sargon the Great famous for his conquest of the Sumerian city-states in the 23rd and 22nd centuries BC. The founder of the Dynasty of Akkad, Sargon reigned during the last quarter of the third millennium BC. He became a prominent member of the royal court of Kish killing the king and usurping his throne before embarking on the quest to conquer Mesopotamia. The ancient historian, Julius Africanus, preserved the fact that Nimrod began his sole reign in 2192 following a joint reign with his father, Cush. Sargon is undoubtedly Nimrod of the Bible.
Gen 10:8 And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth.
Gen 10:9 He was a mighty hunter before the LORD: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD.
Gen 10:10 And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar
.Nimrod was called a mighty hunter “before the Eternal”. Adam Clarke notes that “the word ‘tsayid,’ which we render hunter can mean persecution, oppression, and tyranny!
Wkipedia states about Nimrod,
“The figures of King Ninus and Queen Semiramis first appear in the history of Persia written by Ctesias of Cnidus (c. 400 BC), who claimed, as court physician to Artaxerxes II, to have access to the royal historical records. Ctesias’ account was later expanded on by Diodorus Siculus. Ninus continued to be mentioned by European historians …[up to] the 19th century. He was said to have been the son of Belus or Bel, a name that may represent a Semitic title such as Ba’al”lord”. According to Casto Rhodes (apud Syncellus p. 167), his reign lasted 52 years, its commencement falling in 2189 BC according to Ctesias. He was reputed to have conquered the whole of western Asia in 17 years.”
Antiquities of the Jews, Book I, Chapter IV, part 3 states:
“Now it was Nimrod who excited them to … contempt of God. He was the grandson of Ham …, a bold man, and of great strength of hand. He persuaded them to believe that it was their own courage which procured (their physical) happiness. He gradually changed the government into TYRANNY (remember Gen. 10:3– “he began to be a tyrant in the earth!”), seeing no other way of turning men from the fear of God, but to bring them into a constant dependence on his power.”
Kish was the capitol city of Cush and Nimrod. It was the site where they attempted to build the Towel of Babel and near the city of Babylon. Noah had established a colony in Mesopotamia many years earlier. It was first ruled by Shem then by Asshur. Asshur was called Enmerkar.
Cush reigned over both Egypt and Assyria from 2254 – 2194. He mainly reigned from Shinar but moved his throne to Egypt for his last thirty years. In Egypt he as known as Menes. The city of Memphis is named after him. When he arrived in Egypt there were tribes already there. The tribe of Mizraim was living in that area. Mizraim founded a settlement in Janis on the delta which last hundreds of years. It was a totally different tribe not governed by Cush.
Meanwhile Nimrod was driven from Mesopotamia to Egypt by Asshur. Asshur descendants dominated the area of Mesopotamia. Nimrod joined his father in reigning over Egypt for 2 years from 2194-2192. Then Cush drops out of history; he probably died. He lived only 170 years and should have lived longer than that but his life was cut short by Semiramis and Nimrod who had hatched a plot to kill him. Semiramis was the wife of Cush. She was called Isis and Unenephes in history. The land is left to Asshur and Nimrod.
While in Egypt Nimrod reign from 2192 –2167 twenty-five years. He was called Athothis or Osirus. In 2167, he were driven from Egypt by Shem. He fled to Italy where he were killed by Shem. Semiramis also fled to Assyria and stayed for 30 years. During that time the Egyptians were without a king.
Once Semiramis determined it was safe, she returned to Egypt with her young son Horus. In history Horus was known as Gilgamesh. Semiramis told the people that she were impregnated by the spirit of Nimrod and Nimrod lived on through Horus. Semiramis ruled for 4 years until Horus was old enough to reign solely! He reigned from 2125 for 31 years.
In 2094 Horus led a group of people into Western Europe to settle. During that time, Horus left his mother to reign over Egypt for 11 years. He then returns to Shinar to rule for another 131 years until 1968 up to the time of Abraham. When Horus returned to Assyria, he found himself in a war with his mother and Ara the king of Armenia. Ara left Western Europe in the hands of his son. Semiramis went to the Armenia King for assistance. Garthos, the king of Armenia, gave her an army. Both Garthos and Semiramis were killed in the battle against Horus.
In 2254 – Tubal began reigning over Asia Minor where Tarhish originally dwelt. Also in 2254 – Shun began his reign over the Chinese. He was called a Barbarian or Ethiopia. In 2098-2061 Iberia begins in reign in Spain. In 2063 Greece history begins. There a settlement started near Corith with Siciyon. In 2237 is the date given to the stopping of the building of the Towel of Babel. It had been under construction for 18 years. 1828 the land of the Chadeans became part of Assyria.
In 2047 Shem came to Egypt to rule as the 7th King of Egypt called Thinis. He was called the old man with the beard. He divided Egypt into 2 parts. When Noah became ill, Shem left Egypt and took over the responsibilities of Noah in Italy. 1978 Asshur assumes reign over Western Europe.
Shem would have normally passed his inheritance down through the following generations — Arphaxad to Salah, Salah to Heber and on down through Peleg, Reu, Serug, Nahor, Terah, and Haran (Gen. 11:11-26) But it did not work out this way, something very unusual happened. Terah and Haran died while Shem was still alive.
According to Compendiurm, Tuitsch is the father of Mannus or Ninus. Since the Bible calls this Ninus (who built Nineveh) Asshur, Tuitsch is therefore Shem! Tuitsch (Shem) left Europe for Egypt in 2038. His appearance in Egyptian chronological records of Dynasty I dates his arrival and government in 2037. From Armenia, Tuitsch left 155 years after the Flood. With him were twenty-two descendants plus eight from Japheth and two from Ham. Tuitsch made his headquarters at Deutz (today Koeln-Deutz). The country is called Deutschland after him — that is, the land of the great Patriarch or Teacher, Shem. In the 25th year of his reign (2190-2189) Tuitsch held a state assembly, divided lands among his descendants and ordained laws. He also brought more colonies from Mesopotamia.
(Chinese Classic, volume III, part one, page 115,) describe China’s first king — a black man proven to be Nimrod as discussed earlier as having eyes that shone with “double brightness!” The “Bamboo Annals” Shun was not a Chinaman but a barbarian or Ethiopian.
Velleius Paterculus quotes this from the Roman History (Book I, section vi) of Aemilius Sura: “Between this time (when Rome conquered Philip, king of Macedonia and the beginning of the reign of Ninus (Nimrod) king of the Assyrians, who was the first to hold world power).lies an interval of 1995 years.”
Assyria and Egypt became the center of worship of Osirus and Isis.
Texts from the Hellenistic period and later offered an eponymous Ninus as the founder of Nineveh. . . The historic Nineveh is mentioned about 1800 BC as a centre of worship of Ishtar, whose cult was responsible for the city’s early importance.
This son of Mannus or Ninus — was the German Mercury.His wife Freia was the German Venus. He instituted the observance of Weinnachten of December 24.
The historians taught this information until the 19th century and all mention of this history was stopped!!!
Reference for Research:
We are getting our material from The famous Babylonian historian, * Berossus 3rd century B.C. in the book “History of the Names of Men, Nations,and Places” written in French by Eusebius Salvarte and translated into English by L.H. Mordacque, Vol. II, London, 1862, pp.295-339, Appendix, Note A.Richard Lynche, An historical treatise of the travels of Noah into Europe, London, 1601. Another similar book, written in French by Jean Lemaire and contained in his Works (Louvain, 1882), is summarized on pages 115-116 of Allen’s “Legend of Noah”.Mail this post
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