Evidence for the Post Flood Era

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Published on December 10, 2008

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Evidence for the Post Flood Era : Evidence for the Post Flood Era After the Flood : After the Flood The loss of the heating action of the earth’s core (radioactive decay in a breeder reactor) and the thinner atmosphere led to cooling of the earth at the poles. The earth’s source of heat now comes from the bombardment of the atmosphere with short wave radiation. The masses of dead animals and plants on the poles froze before they could be scavenged and can still be found today. Babel : Babel Genesis 11:1 Now the whole world had one language and a common speech. While there is much evidence of intercontinental cultural relationships, there has been no evidence of a global language, until recently. First Tongue (Vey, First) : First Tongue (Vey, First) This language was first identified in the Negev by Dr. James Harris. He called it Old Negev. The symbols are pictures associated with phonemes. Symbols are combined to make pictures in a way that pictorially expresses the idea so that the illiterate could also understand. The symbols, though known, were untranslatable until Harris’s brilliant breakthrough of assigning old Hebrew sounds to the letters. Slide 5: The translations have since revealed that the culture was monotheistic, worshiping the god “El”, symbolized by the head of a bull, and acknowledging the presence of an evil one called the serpent. The symbols are found all over the globe. Slide 6: Oklahoma: Don’t take the Lord’s Name in vein Slide 7: Colorado: “At the temple of El protection, shade, and accommodations are provided to the general public.” Sounds like Psalm 91:1 (David may have borrowed some of his lyrical ideas): He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. Slide 8: Temple of Sheba in Yemen: This is a stylized, uniform font of the symbols. The chronicles of Prince Menelik, the son of Solomon and Sheba, and the Ark of the Covenant. The Tower of Babel : The Tower of Babel The translation allows that the tower could be any large megalithic structure. It is likely that reaching to the heavens means that characteristics of the heavens are exhibited by the architecture, and not that the builders thought they could climb up to heaven. There are many such structures in existence. It is likely that the original one had some catastrophe fall upon it, accompanying the dispersion. Slide 10: Job 26:11-12 “The pillars of heaven tremble and are astonished at his reproof. He divideth the sea with his power, and by his understanding he smiteth through the proud.” The pillars of heaven could be a reference to the tower of Babel. (The Hebrew word for tower may also mean pillars.) They were certainly proud and certainly smitten by God. If this does refer to the tower of Babel, then it was severely damaged or destroyed by a combination of the sea and an earth quake. The Environment After the Flood (Northrup, 1996) : The Environment After the Flood (Northrup, 1996) The land was still very soggy. The earth’s core was still very hot, but now it was no longer buffered from the surface by the layer of water, the “great deep”. The earth was somewhat settled after the flood, but still unrestful. There was volcanic activity, earthquakes, violent storms, and tidal waves from the time of Noah to the time of Peleg. This unrest of the earth greatly accelerated at the time of Peleg when the continents split apart relatively rapidly. Slide 12: People built cities, but civilization was hampered by the earthquakes and volcanism. People were constantly being uprooted from their homes by these natural disasters. They would have had to have found food on the move, lived in caves and natural shelters, and fashioned tools from the rocks at their feet—the Stone Age. Slide 13: Peleg wasn’t the only one that was named for an event surrounding his birth. His was just the most significant one. Here are some names from the genealogy before Peleg in Genesis 10 that had to do with catastrophic events: Ashkenaz: scattered fire Ludim: to the firebrands Anamim: affliction of the waters Lehabim: flames Naphtuhim: openings Slide 14: Hazarmaveth: village of death Uzal: I shall be flooded Obal: stripped bare Ophir: reducing to ashes Heth: terror Sodom: burning Gomorrah: submersion Lasha: a fissure Slide 15: 531 years after the flood, the continents split apart. Genesis 10:25 “Two sons were born to Eber:        One was named Peleg, because in his time the earth was divided; his brother was named Joktan.” The Hebrew for divided means splitting, or cleaving and has the connotation of water channels. There are no flood deposits on the bottom of the Atlantic, meaning the split happened after the flood. Slide 16: Job 38:25 “Who hath divided a watercourse for the overflowing of waters or a way for the lightning of thunder…” Here the Hebrew for divided is Peleg. Job : Job It is likely that he is the same person as Jobab in the genealogy of Genesis 10, the nephew of Peleg. The description of dinosaurs in Job 40-41 shows that he lived shortly after the flood before dinosaurs became so rare as to be mythical for men. Many environmental events in Job match the times. He lived in the land of Uz, who was the cousin of Jobab’s great grand father. Slide 18: Job 30:3-8 “Haggard from want and hunger, they roamed the parched land in desolate wastelands at night. In the brush they gathered salt herbs, and their food was the root of the broom tree. They were banished from their fellow men, shouted at as if they were thieves. They were forced to live in the dry stream beds, among the rocks and in holes in the ground. They brayed among the bushes and huddled in the undergrowth. A base and nameless brood, they were driven out of the land.” Slide 19: In Job 30:3-8 Job is describing the fathers of his counselors—refugees. These would have been contemporaries of Peleg. These are the hunter/gatherer cavemen proclaimed in Evolution text books. Job 14:19 “The waters wear the stones: thou washest away the things which grow out of the dust of the earth; and thou destroyest the hope of man.” Torrential rain washing away the soil would make agriculture impossible. Slide 20: Job 9:17-18 “For he breaketh me with a tempest, and multiplieth my wounds without cause. He will not suffer me to take my breath, but filleth me with bitterness.” This describes a violent sand storm. Job 1:19 “when suddenly a mighty wind swept in from the desert and struck the four corners of the house. It collapsed on them and they are dead, and I am the only one who has escaped to tell you!” This describes a very strong wind, probably a tornado. Slide 21: Job 4:9 “By the blast of God they perish, and by the breath of his nostrils are they consumed.” This describes wind powerful enough to kill people. Slide 22: Job 27:20-23 “Terrors overtake him like a flood; a tempest snatches him away in the night. The east wind carries him off, and he is gone; it sweeps him out of his place. It hurls itself against him without mercy as he flees headlong from its power. It claps its hands in derision and hisses him out of his place.” This storm was powerful enough pick people off the ground. Slide 23: Job 7:12 “Am I the sea, or the monster of the deep,        that you put me under guard?” Watching the sea is something that people do, even today, when there is danger of a tsunami. Job 30:14 “They came upon me as a wide breaking in of waters: in the desolation they rolled themselves upon me.” This describes a large wave rolling onto the land with desolation, such as a tsunami. Slide 24: Job 26:11-12 “The pillars of heaven tremble and are astonished at his reproof. He divideth the sea with his power, and by his understanding he smiteth through the proud.” This speaks of earth quakes and disturbance of the sea, such as are the conditions of a tsunami. Slide 25: Job 12:14-15 “Behold, he breaketh down, and it cannot be built again: he shutteth up a man, and there can be no opening. Behold, he withholdeth the waters, and they dry up: Also he sendeth them out, and they overturn the earth.” This speaks of an earthquake or tornado collapsing a building with a man trapped in the rubble and a tsunami coming in after a recession of the water. Slide 26: Job 9:5-6 “He moves mountains without their knowing it and overturns them in his anger. He shakes the earth from its place and makes its pillars tremble.” This describes earthquakes and possibly the formation of mountain ranges. Slide 27: Job 4:19-20 “How much more those who live in houses of clay, whose foundations are in the dust, who are crushed more readily than a moth! Between dawn and dusk they are broken to pieces; unnoticed, they perish forever.” This describes the destruction of houses by some violent catastrophe in a single day. Slide 28: Job 14:18 “And surely the mountain falling cometh to nought, and the rock is removed out of his place.” The Hebrew passage describes a mountain being cast down violently, then sinking away to nothing and a flat-faced rock cliff being moved from where it previously was. This could describe a splitting and separation of a continent. Slide 29: Job 1:16 “While he was still speaking, another messenger came and said, ‘The fire of God fell from the sky and burned up the sheep and the servants, and I am the only one who has escaped to tell you!’” This is probably describing lava from a volcano. Slide 30: Job 28:5 “As for the earth, out of it cometh bread: and under it is turned up as it were fire.” The Hebrew word for fire is the same used in Job 1:16. Obviously Job new that magma was under the earth’s crust. He or his contemporaries had observed it. The Ice Age : The Ice Age There are two requirements for an ice age: Cooler summers so that winter ice did not melt, but accumulated year after year. Increased precipitation so that it snowed heavily in the winter. Cooler Summers : Cooler Summers The splitting of the continents would have created many volcanoes, the evidence of which we still see today. Volcanoes release dust into the atmosphere. This dust blocks out the sun and cools the earth. Krakatoa in the western Pacific, a single volcano, blew up in the 1800’s. The ash and pumice in the atmosphere dropped Earth’s temperature by two degrees for almost two years. Darkness came by 4pm. Slide 33: Job 22:13-14 “Yet you say, ‘What does God know? Does he judge through such darkness? Thick clouds veil him, so he does not see us as he goes about in the vaulted heavens.’” There were thick clouds and darkness. Increased Precipitation : Increased Precipitation The land was still soggy from the flood, increasing moisture in the air. The earth and seas were still warm from the superheated fountains of the deep which spilled out during the flood, allowing increased evaporation. The many volcanoes also produced steam. All this moisture in the air came down as flooding torrents of rain or snow. Slide 35: Job 22:14 “…why it is so dark you cannot see, and why a flood of water covers you.” It was dark and raining like a monsoon. Job 38:29-30 “From whose womb comes the ice? Who gives birth to the frost from the heavens when the waters become hard as stone, when the surface of the deep is frozen?” The weather got cold enough to make an ice sheet on the ocean. Slide 36: Job 37:6-10 “He says to the snow, ‘Fall on the earth,’ and to the rain shower, ‘Be a mighty downpour.’ So that all men he has made may know his work, he stops every man from his labor. The animals take cover; they remain in their dens. The tempest comes out from its chamber, the cold from the driving winds. The breath of God produces ice, and the broad waters become frozen.” More rain, snow, and ice. Slide 37: Job 6:15-16 “But my brothers are as undependable as intermittent streams, as the streams that overflow when darkened by thawing ice and swollen with melting snow…” More snow and ice. Evidence of Earth Movement and Flooding after the Flood : Evidence of Earth Movement and Flooding after the Flood There are many underwater cities and buildings on locations that have drastically changed morphologically since they were built. The Piri Reis Map : The Piri Reis Map This 1513 A.D. map shows the coasts of South America, Africa, and Antarctica before it was covered with ice. It was compiled from other maps from as early as 300 B.C. Tiahuanacu (Stafford, Ooparts) : Tiahuanacu (Stafford, Ooparts) 2.5 miles above sea level, this ancient city has wharves, fossil sea shells and a tilted shoreline. Malta (Ellul, Mediterranean) : Malta (Ellul, Mediterranean) Malta was a manufacturing center before the splitting of the continents created the Mediterranean Sea, making Malta an island, and destroying all it’s structures by massive tsunami(s) Bimini (Little, 2007) : Bimini (Little, 2007) The ruins of a mediterranean style city lie on the sea floor in the island district of Bimini in the Bahamas. The Great Pyramid (Gray, Great) : The Great Pyramid (Gray, Great) The Great Pyramid of Giza has sediments 14 ft up its sides containing sea shells. The inside contains sea salt crystals. Yonaguni (Yonaguni, Ooparts) : Yonaguni (Yonaguni, Ooparts) A pyramid, stone faces, and other structures have been found submerged off the coast of Yonaguni, an island of Japan. More Ica Stones : More Ica Stones These Ica stones depict continents before they split apart.

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