Martin Drange


Noas Ark i mytologisk og vitenskapelig perspektiv

Publisert: 18. nov 2009

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Torstein Langesæter

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Dersom ein studerer namna etter syndefloda ser ein at det er veldig logisk at Noah og sønene er starten.

I motsatt åsside, like under landsbyen Uzengeli, sklir det langsomt jordmasser nedover. I disse jordmassene ligger en homogen formasjon hvor det er funnet treverk og nagler i form som et skip.

De åttes dal føyer seg navnemessig inn i rekken av "bevis" sammen med Nizir (Gilgamesheposet) og landsbyen med navnet "Ravnen ville ikke lande" som alle knytter seg til Noa og flommen

Desse kjeldene er utvurdelege

Sem, which means "famous". He was otherwise called Melchisedech. Cham, which means "subtlety and craft". He was the second son, although Berosus affirms him to be the youngest. (I wonder if he was the second, but was relegated to third in Noah's estimation because of his misdeeds). Japheth, which means "liberty and freedom". (If Cham was relegated to third, Japheth becomes "the elder" as in Gen. 10:21).

When the waters of the flood subsided, the Ark rested on a high hill called Gordicus in Armenia. Noah and his family, eight people altogether, came out of the ship, 833 years before the foundation of Troy and 2317 years before the birth of Christ.

Noah begat of his wife Tytea, after the flood, 30 children (although I only count 29 in this list). They were:

Tuyscon the giant. Prometheus, Iapetus, Macrus. 16 titans which were all giants. Cranus, Granaus, Oceanus, Tipheus. Daughters:
Araxa surnamed The Great,
Regina, Pandora, Crana, Thetis.
Some authors allege more (although I am not sure if this means more sons and daughters, or just daughters).

Cham was into magic art, and was called Zoroast. He hated his father, because he thought himself least loved by him. (Is this the well known "second child syndrome"?). By his magic he bewitched his father in the "places of generation" (genitals), so that he disabled him forever to have the use of women, or to get more children. For these and his other detestable impieties, he incurred the wrath and displeasure of God, in a most grievous manner, and was afterwards banished from his father, who afflicted him with no further punishment

Sem Melchisedech went to Asia with 25 rulers of his family. He built Salem (Jerusalem) and lived until the time of Abraham. Japheth went to Europe with 14 rulers of his generation. Cham was out of favour with his father, but he had his heritage allowed to him, the other third part of the world.

Not many years after setting up Babylon, Noah divided four kingdoms in Europe:

Italy. The king was Comerus Gallus (Gomer), the eldest son of Japheth. Spain. The king was Tuball, also called Inball, the 15th son of Japheth. France. The king was Samothes, surnamed Dis, the 4th son of Japheth. (But he is the 6th son of Japheth, and king of Celtica which includes Britain and France, according to Holinshed. See my article on the Samotheans). Almaign (Germany). The king was the giant Tuyscon, one of the sons of Noah

Cham was surnamed Esenus, the infamous god Pan. He ruled Egypt for a long time, even to the 56th year of the reign of Jupiter Belus, the second king of Babylon. Then he began to travel, and came to Italy (which was then called Kytim). He usurped the kingdom of Comerus Gallus after his death, and currupted the youth with all sorts of impiety.

"Cham had a sister called Rhea (who might be the missing person in the list of Noah's children, making the number up to 30). She was married to Hammon the king of Lybia, but Hammon had an adulterous relationship with a woman called Almanthea, and by her he had a son called Dionysius. He was brought up in a city of Arabia, called Nyfa, and the matter was kept secret from his wife Rhea, but she found out about it. In her jealousy and rage, she left Hammon and went to her brother Cham, who was in Sicily, and they were married. Some writers say that Noegla, the wife of Cham, was alive at the time"

"Osyris married his sister Isis, and they became king and queen of Egypt. He was 60 years old, and she was about 50 when they were married, although they were both very youthful. They excelled in goodness and virtue, as their father Cham had excelled to the contrary. They applied themselves to the study of the nature of herbs, and the planting, tilling and sowing of corn. They instructed their people in these matters, including their neighbours dwelling in Palestina, where Sem, surnamed Melchisedech, was the first that ever offered bread and wine to God."

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