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1.Boat and “diluvial” area

An old boat once used for oyster tonging was covered with oyster shells near Eastpoint, Fla., in 2019. … asked then how much a part of Florida’s diluvial patrimony the Apalachicola oyster beds …

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A Turkish captain, Llhan Durupinar, was reviewing NATO Geodetic Survey photographs of the area in 1959, and noticed a boat shaped formation. Others in the U.S. then analyzed the photograph including Dr. Arthur J. Brandenburger, world famous expert in photogrammetry, who said “I have no doubt at all that this object is a ship.

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(1) For rain to fall for forty uninterrupted days on one localized area is currently close to impossible. (2) A rainbow appeared for the first time after the flood, indicating a radical change in atmospheric conditions as a consequence of a cataclysmic event. (3) The waters remained for over a year. This would not occur in a local flood.

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(10) Noah and his family could have migrated to a locality away from the local area to be flooded. There would have been no need to spend 120 years building an ark. (11) Many of the animals in the flooding area could have easily migrated to escape the deluge if the flood was local.

5.Boat and “diluvial” area

Noah was given instructions about how he was to build a big boat–450 feet long, 75 feet wide, and 45 feet high. (Gen. 6:14-16). I am told that its dimensions were similar to today’s oil tankers, making it practically impossible to overturn even in the worst storm at sea.

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By studying the area using aerial maps, Tellinger determined there were three great cities, some 60 x 60 miles each, one of which included Great Zimbabwe. Among the ruins, the first pyramids can be found, and details carved into some of the rocks include the Ankh symbol– thousands of years before the Egyptian civilization used it, he reported.

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KINGSHIP OF HEAVEN STUDIES OF THE “EPIC OF CREATION” and parallel texts (for example, S. Langdon’s The Babylonian Epic of Creation) show that sometime after 2000 B.C., Marduk, son of Enki, was the successful winner of a contest with Ninurta, son of Enlil, for supremacy among the gods. The Babylonians then revised the original Sumerian…

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Answer (1 of 7): Most Egyptologists will tell you that there is no Egyptian flood myth. Certainly, there is no equivalent to the world-destroying deluge tales found in some other cultures. Part of the reason for this is that the annual Nile inundation was viewed as essential to agricultural succe…

9.Boat and “diluvial” area

By studying the area using aerial maps, Tellinger determined there were three great cities, some 60 x 60 miles each, one of which included Great Zimbabwe. Among the ruins, the first pyramids can be found, and details carved into some of the rocks include the Ankh symbol– thousands of years before the Egyptian civilization used it, he reported.

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The descendants of Noah are allotted three regions. Ninurta, Enlil’s foremost son, dams the mountains and drains the rivers to make Mesopotamia habitable; Enki reclaims the Nile valley. The Sinai peninsula is retained by the Anunnaki for a post-Diluvial spaceport; a control center is established on Mount Moriah (the future Jerusalem). 9,780 B.C.

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1.Flood geology

Flood geology (also creation geology or diluvial geology) is a pseudoscientific attempt to interpret and reconcile geological features of the Earth in…

2.Lake Kasumigaura

surrounding alluvial plain and upland fields on diluvial terraces covered by thick deposits of volcanic ash. The primary crops are rice and lotus root (a local…

3.Three-age system

analysis features an Upper and Lower Pliocene as well as an Upper and Lower Diluvial (his term for the Pleistocene). Haeckel, however, was relying heavily on…