Sunday, 12 February 2012

Noah's Deluge: A Syllabus Taught To Lunatics At Mental Asylum !!!

                                     

 The Deluge: A punishment inflicted on the human race by an all-knowing God, who, through not having foreseen the wickedness of men, repented of having made them, and drowned them once for all to make them better - an act which, as we all know, was accompanied by the greatest success.
                                                                                                       - Voltaire
Fallacy OF Noah’s Ark And So-Called Deluge

God so despised (so much for ‘good’) the offspring of the first nine generations of his creation that he decided to not only kill them all but to kill every other living thing upon the face of the earth! No exception was made for children either.
1.       Noah was commissioned to construct a ship of such size that no one at the time had ever even conceived of such a vessel (500ft long, 85ft wide, 60ft & 3 stories high or less than half the size of the Titanic or about a ¼ the size of the Queen Mary II).  In fact, the lumber (gopher wood) required to build it would have been extremely expensive and, frankly, nearly impossible to acquire even if they had chopped down every gopher-wood tree in the area (it’s a wasteland, people!).

2.      The tools: needed to create such a vessel didn’t even exist. The tools would have had to have been created from scratch. On top of this, Noah had to do this with little to no knowledge of shipbuilding (and let’s face it, only an expert ship builder could hope to construct a vessel never before imagined and hope to make it sea worthy).

3.      Animals: while he was constructing the ship he also was commanded to gather SEVEN of every ‘clean’ beast & two of every ‘unclean’ beast & SEVEN of every fowl of both sexes (14 each), and a male & female of every ‘creeping thing’. He had to do this with the assistance of only seven other people.

3.1.   By the way, how exactly did the 600(!) years old Noah and his family gather the 1,190,200 known species of invertebrates,5416 species of mammals, 5743 species of amphibians, 9917species of birds and appx. 8163 species of reptiles, - and each species with its many different families and subgroups? And this in only seven days?
3.2.  Even if they didn’t eat, sleep, piss or shit, this would have taken a VERY long time.

3.3.  Like all nature religions, natural disasters were considered as an act of God to punish his subordinates into obedience. The motif of the story of Cain and Abel can also be found in myths from old Sumeria together with many others. Since the Sumerians were the first literate civilisation, their myths and stories were written down, copied and became known over huge parts of the Middle East. Comparing the stories on the excavated clay tablets with the biblical stories, the similarities are quite obvious. The biblical texts were written late in antiquity.
Noah's Ark
4.      The volume of the almost 1 million known species of insects, each with multiple different families, would probably be bigger than the vessel itself, and then of course we have the problem with inbreeding.

5.      The Flood as it is presented in the Bible is exaggerated in such a way it is completely ridiculous. To cover all the mountains in the world the sea level had to rise 9000 meters. This would actually call for humongous amounts of water, actually many times the amount of water existing in our entire solar system.
6.      Many of the clay tablets with this epos are now in the British Museum. There exist several versions of the Mesopotamian myth of the great flood, all far older than the biblical version.

The rivers of the Tigris, the Euphrates and the Nile evidently caused many great floods, so the background of the Mesopotamian myth is based on real events, but of course exaggerated in their mythical form.
7.      Story Tellers  really sucked at it as not a single person repented their sins and received an invitation on board. Even on day 39 of the rains they couldn’t bring anyone back to God? Wow?

8.     Animal Search:- So, who stays behind to build the Ark while the others go in search of all the animals (and insects), the VAST majority of which the people of that time had no idea even existed.

9.      Rare Animals Species:-  Did the various species that only exist in certain parts of the world (Koala Bear, Polar Bear, Panda Bear, etc.) manage to reach the Ark?

9.1.   let’s assume that all the continents were still a single land mass , Now, one must ask, how long would it take for a Sloth, native to Southern and Central America, to reach its way to the Ark? And did we really need to include the Brown Recluse Spider and the Black Mamba? Really?

10.  Fitting  Inside the Ark:OK, so the Ark is completed just in time as all the animals and insects arrive and crowd on in. Except they won’t fit.This is understandable as the people who wrote the bible were only familiar with a very, very small percentage of the creatures that dwelled upon the earth so their measurements would have seemed more than adequate.

11.   Food & Refreshment:- doesn’t even take into account all the food and fresh water that would be needed to sustain both man and beast for the 190 days they were on board the Ark (not to mention during the wait). Does this mean even more animals so the carnivores have some fresh meat?

11.1.And what about after the flood? The whole of the earth would have been covered in rotting corpses and vegetation. There will be nothing edible for a very long time, even if Noah and his clan immediately started planting seeds upon making land. 
Bible's Noah 
11.2.                     And, again, what about the carnivores? How many generations would have to pass before they could start preying on the offspring of the survivors of the flood? Of course, according to the bible, the slaughter started immediately, as, after the flood, of the few remaining animals left on earth, God tells Noah, “…every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you.” Gen. 9:3.How quickly would each species become extinct if such an occurrence had actually taken place? And what happened to kosher?
12.  And what about all those who witnessed what Noah and his family were up to? No doubt everyone scoffed at Noah’s endeavor, especially when he and his family locked themselves inside the Ark with all the animals. But then it began to rain. And it rained and rained and at what point did the others realize they wanted to be on the Ark as well? Day 20? Day 30? Day 39? How exactly did the Ark survive the panicked mob that assuredly came down upon it once everyone realized they were being murdered by God? Not a one managed to pry open the door impractically placed in its side?

13.  Who was it possible for Noah, his wife, his three sons and their three wives, (8 people total) to both crew the vessel and care for and feed and clean up after all the animals.

14.  And how did Noah keep the birds from eating all the insects? And what about the parasites they (and the other animals) carried? Do those count for the two of each living thing? Probably more like the seven.

15.   Diseases:- what the conditions must have been like on board the Ark for 190 days. How is it no viruses or diseases were spread?  Realistically, how many of the animals would have died during the voyage?

 I ask why not just snap his almighty fingers and make all the offending humans fall dead? Why all the drama?There’s simply no denying that the God depicted in the story of Noah and the Ark is nothing but a petulant monster. Lucky for the believer, this story is shown (and proven many times over) to be a complete work of fiction.

 If a global flood deposited all strata, we would not expect to find the tilted, 11,600-foot thick, Late Precambrian Grand Canyon Series beneath the horizontally-bedded 4,000-foot thick Cambrian-Permian section in the Grand Canyon.

ü   Zoogeography should show a dispersal pattern demonstrating that the point of origin of all species is in the Middle East (the disembarking point for Noah's ark).  It doesn't. It shows different points of origins for different species.

ü  A God intelligent enough to design even a molecule, let alone a whole universe, would, if he-she-or-it went loony and decided to take up murder, still be intelligent enough to murder only the people he-she-or-it disliked.

ü  Bible believers are constantly telling us how wicked the pre-Flood generation was. In those biblical movies you can practically feel the evil oozing out of those folks. By Jupiter, you can almost see it! But could they have done any wicked thing that hasn't been done just as wickedly by folks after the Flood?  Conversely, if you examine the worst corner of the globe at its sorriest moment in history you will still find, by any reasonable standard of decency, a fair number of decent people. And, don't forget the children! Die-hard Bible believers answer curtly that the children were part of the cancer which had to be cut out!

 Why did God fill the world with his own children, knowing that he would have to destroy them? And why does this same God tell me how to raise my children when he had to drown his?    [Robert G. Ingersoll]
§  The Flood, having saturated the earth with salty water, retreats. The land dries out, but the soil remains tainted by its saline past. Worms can not live in it. Plants can not grow in it. The earth dies.

§   With the land bare of plants, what did all the herbivores eat after they disembarked from Noah's ark? Oh wait, I forgot, they didn't have time to eat; they were too busy fleeing from the hungry carnivores that disembarked after them.

§  A SPECIAL CONTINGENT OF MARSUPIALS BEAT THE MAMMALS TO AUSTRALIA?  The marsupial population of Australia contains animals found nowhere else on earth - not even in fossil form. Are we to suppose that those marsupials managed to travel from the landing place of Noah's ark to Australia?

§  As per the Most Authentic Jewish Calender , if we trace from Adam to Noah then , Noah ‘s flood must have happended around 2102 BCE. But a closer look around Histories of various countries and legends , and we don’t find any such deluge happended at that particular time span. Why?

§  Because Bible is Fraud and so is its Chronology  of Human Creation. Its  just a borrowed Myth .



How much water would it take?
The total volume of water on Earth is about 1.4 billion cubic kilometers  www.space.comUSGS.gov
Volume of a sphere = 4/3 r3 where r=radius
Radius of Earth = 6,378.15 Kilometers
Height of Mt. Everest = 8.85 Kilometers
The volume of water needed to cover Earth to the height of Mt. Everest is approximately the difference in volume of a sphere needed to encompass Mt. Everest and the volume of a sphere the size of the Earth.
Volume of  a sphere encompassing the Earth at sea level
= 4/3 r.cube (6,378.15 KM)3 = 1,086,825,918,019 KM3
Volume of a sphere encompassing Mt. Everest
= 4/3 r.cube(6,378.15 + 8.85 KM)= 1,091,388,460,971 KM3
The Difference = 4,530,488,766 KM3
Notice that this is more than 3 TIMES the amount of water presently on Earth.

  Re-population 
The global flood story requires that only eight people were left alive in 2349 BCE. This does not allow enough time for humans to repopulate the earth. In 2000 BCE only 350 years after the flood the population of the world was 27 million.To go from a population of eight to a population of 27 million in 350 years would require a population growth rate of 136.07%. That is 133% more than the fastest growing portions of the world today.


After All A Big Responsibility  To Once Again Fill The
Earth With Children

The Bible also places the date of construction on the Tower of Babel roughly 100 years after the great flood. Saying a population could go from 6 people (Noah and his wife don't count, they didn't have any more children) to enough people to build the Tower of Babel as it is described in the Bible is absurd.

This tower was so great that it threatened God, so it must have been greater that the pyramid of Khufu which took 30,000 people to build. Even a growth rate of 500%, which is absurd beyond all imagination, would only produce about half the required people to even begin to think about such a construction project.

It must also be taken into concern how people managed to return to the Western world, an area that at the time, was non-existent to the people of the Eastern Hemisphere, until maybe Lief Erikson. With eight people left in the world, some would have to travel back across the ocean to re-populate the Western Hemisphere. The indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere, having been wiped out at not even having a chance at knowing god, would not have been there at the time of Christopher Columbus' voyage: thus, the cultural revolution that occurred in the Americas would have to have never happened.

The only way to re-populate the area was to travel to the Western Hemisphere and start a new culture. This would mean, by logical standards, that the people who did move to the Western Hemisphere would have had to have abandoned their culture, their tools, and even their god, for there is no record of monotheism in the Western Hemisphere.

This would make them wicked people to god because of their polytheism, which ultimately destroys the purpose of the flood. But hey, god would have known this right? So it's all cool.
Bible is contradictory

About the number of animals Noah had to take in as per Genesis 6 states quite clearly that Noah had to take two of every sort including two of the fowls.
“And of every living thing of all flesh, two of every sort shalt thou bring into the ark, to keep them alive with thee; they shall be male and female. Of fowls after their kind, and of cattle after their kind, of every creeping thing of the earth after his kind, two of every sort shall come unto thee, to keep them alive.”
Genesis 7  agrees partly with Genesis 6 but it says that instead of two of the fowls Noah was to take 7 of the fowls.

“Of every clean beast thou shalt take to thee by sevens, the male and his female: and of beasts that are not clean by two, the male and his female. Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the male and the female; to keep seed alive upon the face of all the earth.”
Human Lifespan
After God has seen how wicked humanity is, he decrees an upper limit on the age of humans.
"In the future, their normal lifespan will be no more than 120 years."
This statement is false though, since after the flood Noah lived 350 more years.
Continuity of ancient civilizations 
In the 24th century BCE, several ancient civilizations - notably Ancient Egypt and the Indus Valley - had existed, and continued to exist, without any sign of total extinction from a global flood.
Real "Great Floods"
Several real "great floods" are thought to have occurred in prehistory, including the flooding of the mediterranean basin, forming the mediterranean sea, and the breaching of the Bosporus strait, which resulted in the Black Sea increasing to three times its original size, flooding several shoreline communities whose foundations can still be seen today. These may have been the root of the stories of great floods which pervade middle-eastern culture and have had an effect as far north as Scandinavia (whose myths may also include a folk memory of the ice ages).

 Deluge of Bible is a mythical story adopted from earlier Mesopotamian flood accounts.

These earlier accounts include the 17th century BCE Sumerian flood myth Eridu Genesis,
 the 18th century BCE Akkadian Atra-Hasis Epic, and the Epic of Gilgamesh, which are some of the earliest known examples of a literary style of writing. The most complete version of the Epic of Gilgamesh known today is preserved on 12 clay tablets from the library of Assyrian king Ashurbanipal (685-627 BCE). 

In the story, Gilgamesh, Utnapishtim(Noah) tells Gilgamesh how the god Ea (equivalent to the Sumerian god Enki) revealed the gods’ plan to destroy all life with a great flood, and how they instructed him to build a vessel in which he could save his family, friends, and livestock. After the flood, the gods repented for destroying the world and made Utnapishtim immortal.

These flood stories appear to have been transmitted to the Israelites early in Israel’s history. Contact between the Assyrians and the Israelites is known from the conquest of Israel and its capitol, Samaria, in 721 BCE by Assyrian King Shalmaneser V (727-722 BCE),8 and from the attempted conquest of Jerusalem by the Assyrian King Sennacherib (704-681 BCE).

 These stories were apparently modified to conform to a monotheistic faith, but retained characteristics such as the destruction of nearly all living things via a flood, the salvation of a select few people and animals by the construction of a boat, and the regret of the deity for the flood, prompting a promise not to do so again.


India: A long time ago lived a man named Manu. Manu, while washing himself, saved a small fish from the jaws of a large fish. The fish told Manu, "If you care for me until I am full grown I will save you from terrible things to come". Manu asked what kind of terrible things. The fish told Manu that a great flood would soon come and destroy everything on the earth. The fish told Manu to put him in a clay jar for protection. The fish grew and each time he outgrew the clay jar Manu gave him a larger one. Finally the fish became a ghasha, one of the largest fish in the world. The fish instructed Manu to build a large ship since the flood was going to happen very soon. As the rains started Manu tied a rope from the ship to the ghasha. The fish guided the ship as the waters rose. The whole earth was covered by water. When the waters began subsiding the ghasha led Manu's ship to a mountaintop.Not even remotely matches the Genesis account of Deluge.
China: The Chinese classic called the Hihking tells about "the family of Fuhi," that was saved from a great flood. This ancient story tells that the entire land was flooded; the mountains and everything, however one family survived in a boat. The Chinese consider this man the father of their civilization. This record indicates that Fuhi, his wife, three sons, and three daughters were the only people that escaped the great flood. It is claimed, that he and his family were the only people alive on earth, and repopulated the world.
Chaldean: There was a man by the name of Xisuthrus. The god Chronos warned Xisuthrus of a coming flood and told him to build a boat. The boat was to be 5 stadia by 2 stadia. In this boat Xisuthrus was to put his family, friends and two of each animal (male and female). The flood came. When the waters started to recede he let some birds loose. They came back and he noticed they had mud on their feet. He tried again with the same results. When he tried the third time the birds did not return. Assuming the water had dried up the people got out of the boat and offered sacrifices to the gods.
Australia: There is a legend of a flood called the Dreamtime flood. Riding on this flood was the woramba, or the Ark Gumana. In this ark was Noah, Aborigines, and various animals. This ark eventually came to rest in the plain of Djilinbadu where it can still be found. They claim that the white mans story about the ark landing in the middle east is a lie that was started to keep the aborigines in subservience. This legend is undoubtedly the product of aboriginal legends merging with those of visiting missionaries, and there does not appear to be any native flood stories from Australia.
Why are they telling different stories? Because all talk about  the end of Ice age that happened around 10000 BCE when a huge chunk of Ice melted and significantly raised the water level to submerge the vast portions of the Land.

Goddess Rihannon

 Lets consider another example of how all cultures are affected by similar pagan mythologies together with the Example of Indian/Buddist Goddess Kalika. She is fairly common in almost all countries example:-In Mexico as an Aztec goddess Coatlicue(Shameless Catholic church has ended up canonizing her as Virgin of Guadalupe  to destroy paganism),La virgin Morena in Spain as Dark side of Moon,In crete as goddess Rhea, In southern Russian as Rha, In Celts as goddess Rhiannon  ,in Greece as Kronos ,in Ireland as Goddess caileach, Scotland was once named as Caledonia : Land given by goddess Scotia(Kali), in rome as Sycatha, in Scandinavians as Skadi, for Spaniards it was Califia.In fact it is a very little known fact in North America that California that was earlier discovered by Spanish explorers as new Paradise was so named courtesy, Goddess Kali,in finland as Kalma(Kali-Ma), Sara is still worshipped in southern France as Ste-Marie-De-La-Mer.
Goddess Scatha
Among Persians as Goddess Kalendress,The Druid Grotto used to occupy the image of Black Goddess(Kali)later Christians adopted its Ancient Idol and shameless started calling it as Virgo Paritura .
So folks, that’s how Christianity came to happen i.e it hs just borrowed concepts from Pagan and After establishing its filty propaganda, they ended up destroying its Host Nations cultures and Religious Belief System like what currently USA is doing to Amerindians. Borrow and destroy, Borrow & Destroy . 

Virgin Of Guadalupe


If Ark is Found really in Turkey as Christians Claim why are they not showcasing it to the world as they did to Dead Sea Scroll(Which is not original but a copy of Copy of copy of copy)?
Because there is no ark .

In The Name Of Humanity,
Robert Mascharan!!!

ndiaflood deposited all strata, we would not expect to find the tilted, 11,600-foot thick, Late Precambrian Grand Canyon Series beneath the horizontally-bedded 4,000-foot thick Cambrian-Permian section in the Grand Canyon.                       

3 comments:

  1. AIR BURAQ
    alqatrah.en@googlemail.com

    Buraq The Red Nosed Donkey

    Buraq, the red-nosed Donkey
    had a very shiny nose
    and if you ever saw it
    you would even say it glows.

    All of the other Donkeys
    used to laugh and call him names
    They never let poor Buraq
    play in any Donkey games.

    Then one foggy Ramadan eve
    Muhammad came to say:
    “Buraq with your nose so bright,
    won't you guide me to Heaven tonight?"

    Then all the Donkeys loved him
    as they shouted out with glee,
    Buraq the red-nosed Donkey,
    you'll go down in history!


    MUHAMMAD’S NIGHT JOURNEY

    No Muslim can deny the importance of Mohammed's night journey in Islam, because this trip determined the Islamic rituals of praying five times a day, and performing ablution - or washing before prayer. In other words Mohammed's night journey should impact the lives of 1.5 billion Muslims all over the world - five times - each and every day.

    Qur’an, sura 17.1

    “Glory to (Allah) Who did take His servant for a Journey by night from the Sacred Mosque to the farthest Mosque, whose precincts We did bless,- in order that We might show him some of Our Signs: for He is the One Who heareth and seeth (all things)”.

    Mohammed's alleged overnight trip covered the 1,000 miles from Mecca to Jerusalem, a trip to heaven, and a return to Mecca by morning, and is described in part as follows:

    Sahih Muslim, Book 001, Number 0309:
    It is narrated on the authority of Anas b. Malik that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) said: I was brought al-Buraq Who is an animal white and long, larger than a donkey but smaller than a mule, who would place his hoof a distance equal to the range of vision. I mounted it and came to the Temple (Bait Maqdis in Jerusalem), then tethered it to the ring used by the prophets. I entered the mosque and prayed two rak'ahs in it, and then came out and Gabriel brought me a vessel of wine and a vessel of milk.

    So Mohammed flew on al-Buraq to the temple in Jerusalem, tied it up to a ring "the prophets" had used in the past, and went on in to the Temple to pray. Because of the fantastic nature of Mohammed's claims, some 21st century Muslims try to suggest that this was a vision or dream, but according to perhaps the most highly regarded historian of Islam:

    Sahih al-Bukhari, Volume 5, Book 58, Number 228:
    Narrated Ibn 'Abbas:
    The sights which Allah's Apostle was shown on the Night Journey when he was taken to Bait-ul-Maqdis (i.e. Jerusalem) were actual sights, (not dreams). And the Cursed Tree (mentioned) in the Quran is the tree of Zaqqum (itself).

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  2. Man , I'm laughing hard reading all these religious absurd you're have exposed .
    Your articles are hilarious . Thanks for all your hard work .

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  3. I don't even know what's real anymore :/

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