We discovered, In the very first chapters of Genesis, that all of mankind who presently live on this earth are the descendants of the three sons of Noah. Now the Lord tells Noah that he and his family must be fruitful and repopulate the earth because all of its inhabitants have been previously destroyed by what seems to have been a great war, described symbolically as a great flood of events. Then the Lord tells Noah what he once told Adam. He tells him that everything which the earth contains is now his for the taking.

God blessed Noah and his sons and said to them, "Be fruitful and increase, and fill the earth. The fear and dread of you shall fall upon all wild animals on earth, on all birds of heaven, on everything that moves upon the ground and all fish in the sea ; they are given unto your hands. Every creature that lives and moves shall be food for you; I give you them all, as once I gave you all green plants. But you must not eat the flesh with the life, which is the blood, still in it. And further, for your life blood I will demand satisfaction; from every animal I will require it, and from a man also I will require satisfaction for the death of his fellow-man. He that sheds the blood of a man, for that man his blood shall be shed; for in the image of God has God made man. But you must be fruitful and increase, swarm throughout the earth and rule over it. Genesis 9 : 1 to 9 : 7

However, God also says that man must not drink the blood of animals. We all know that if we drink the blood of an animal that is diseased then the probability is that we will also have the same disease. Some people have interpreted this particular biblical quotation by saying that one human being should not give a blood transfusion to another human being because biblical writings say so. How can anyone be so stupid and so wrong in interpreting Biblical writings in such a fashion. There is a difference between drinking the blood of an animal and giving someone a necessary blood transfusion that may save that person's life.

Tell me, as a mother or as a father, would you deny your own child or even someone else's child a blood transfusion that may save his or her life? Would you deny that child the right to live? If you really love your child, could you merely say that God forbids blood transfusions? It is unfortunate that certain people should think in such a fashion and misinterpret biblical writings so wrongly. God loves all of the people that He created, everyone without exception. I am certain that He does not want us to deny anyone a blood transfusion when it is necessary and which may save that person's life.

To deny anyone the right to live is equivalent to first degree murder. Anyone who refuses to allow that a blood transfusion be given, when needed, should be arrested and charged with murder. They should be brought to trial for their false action. Those of you who attach themselves to such a false theory, and who have denied someone else the right to live, I am certain that you have trouble sleeping at night, your conscience is most probably telling you that what you did was wrong, morally and spiritually.

However, I am also very happy to discover that the civil courts now take action in such cases and become the ward of that person so that a life may be saved by a necessary blood transfusion. It is the proof that certain people are capable of reacting with a lot of common sense, they are those who not afraid to take the necessary action when the need arises.

In this particular story, God also tells us that convicted murderers should also shed their own blood to atone for their sins. Our modern day politicians have gone through great debates to discuss the matter of the death penalty. Most of them have arrived at the conclusion that the death penalty should be abolished, some countries have already abolished it although some other countries are now thinking of bringing back the death penalty for proven murderers.

It is unfortunate that some politicians do not take the time to read the content of the writings of Genesis which tells them how proven murderers should be dealt with. Many countries have now removed the death penalty, my own opinion is that it may have been a mistake. I remember the days when the death penalty existed for proven murderers and I also remember that, in those days, there were very few killings. So the death penalty was a deterrent for would be murderers.

At the present time some states and certain countries have brought back the death penalty for proven murderers. Is it a good thing? No, it is not. Let me explain : during the last few years, there have been more and more people who have been convicted for murder by our overzealous courts and by manufactured evidence planted by certain people. It was later discovered, many years later, that someone else had committed the crime. The main problem lies with the judicial system who feel that they have to convict someone, anyone, even though the clues to the crime are missing. Some of them have fabricated evidence and put the blame on the wrong people. In these days, certain people have taken it upon themselves to manufacture false evidence and sometime an innocent person gets convicted and sent to jail for a crime which he did not commit. Those manufacturers of false evidence are setting themselves up as the judge, the jury and the executioner. I wonder if they realize that after their death, in the spirit world, they will have to answer to God for their false actions because He does not tolerate false justice. Recently a certain person was released from jail after being there for more twenty years. A judge of the higher court accepted the evidence that the man, although not the best person in the world, was more than a 100 kilometres away at the time of the murder. It was also found that the police had the proper information on file that the man was not guilty, one high ranking police officer from that city had hidden the proof.


God spoke to Noah and to his sons with him: "I now make my covenant with you and with your descendants after you, and with every living creature that is with you, all birds and cattle, all the wild animals with you on earth, all that have come out of the ark. I will make my covenant with you : never again shall all living creatures be destroyed by the waters of the flood, never again shall there be a flood to lay waste the earth." Genesis 9 : 8 to 9 : 11

God established an eternal covenant with Noah and with his three sons who were with him. What is a covenant and what does it mean? The dictionary defines a covenant as such : an agreement, a bargain, a sealed contract or clause of such a contract, an agreement between God and his chosen people. Therefore, the story tells us that God made a promise (covenant) with Noah. God promised that never again would He allow that the population of our world be destroyed by a flood of events which proved to be so disastrous as it was in the time of Noah.

God will never allow that a nation annihilates itself into oblivion as the people of the continent of Atlantis did. They destroyed not only the continent but everyone else who also lived there. That continent is now buried beneath the shifting sands of the Atlantic ocean. However, parts of it have been found in various locations. Therefore, It is no longer a myth; it has become reality.

God said this is the sign of the covenant which I establish between myself and you and every living creature with you, to endless generation : My bow I set in the cloud, sign of the covenant between myself and earth. When I cloud the sky over the earth, the bow shall be seen in the cloud. Then will I remember the covenant which I have made between myself and you and living things of every kind. Never again shall the waters become a flood to destroy all living creatures. The bow shall be in the cloud; when I see it, it will remind me of the everlasting covenant between God and living things on earth of every kind." God said to Noah, "This is the sign of the covenant which I make between myself and all that lives on earth." Genesis 9 : 12 to 9 : 17

God established an everlasting covenant between himself and every creature which lives on earth. The bow in the cloud which God is referring to is the rainbow that we often see in the sky after a rain. As we know, it always takes the form of an arc when seen in the clouds of the heavenly sky. God made the promise that never again would He allow such troublesome situations in our world (troubled waters) that could destroy all living creatures on planet earth. That is the reason why He has chosen the rainbow as the sign of His covenant with us.

God will never allow that such situations ever occurs in our world again. He said that He will intervene so that such situations are halted before they have a chance to develop. Mankind is not asked to do anything because God's covenant is his own promise that he will not allow such happenings ever again. It is a known fact that God never has or never will ever breaks his promises. As far as I know, He has never broken any and He never will. For those of you who think that it is possible to break God's covenant, I say to you become a searcher of the truth and discover that it is a great impossibility to do so. No one can possibly ever break any promises that God has made.

The sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham and Japheth; Ham was the father of Canaan. These three were the sons of Noah, and their descendants spread over the earth. Genesis 9 : 18-19

We are reminded once again that Noah had three sons and we are also given their names. We are reminded that all of the people, who presently live on the earth, are all the descendants of the second creation. We are all the descendants of Noah and his three sons. As can be seen, through our own study of scriptures, the Bible did not tell us that we were the descendants of Adam and Eve. No, it has repeatedly told us that we are all the descendants of the three sons of Noah. Adam and Eve were part of the first creation and, as we previously discovered, Adam belonged to the race of the giant men and may have also been the first prophet sent to humanity.

We previously discovered that the story of Adam and of his descendants is the story of God's prophets, which He continuously sent to us and which mankind continued to ignore. Let us continue to verify the story of Noah which mentions the time after which he and his family disembarked from the ark. Let us also remember that the ark (arc) mentioned is not physical, it most probably represents God's covenant with all of mankind, symbolically.

Noah, a man of the soil, began the planting of vineyards. He drank some of the wine, became drunk and lay naked inside his tent. When Ham, father of Canaan, saw his father naked, he told his two brothers outside. So shem and Japheth took a cloak, put it on their shoulders and walked backwards, and so covered their father's naked body; their faces were turned the other way, so that they did not see their father naked.

When Noah woke from his drunken sleep, he learnt what his youngest son had done to him, and said : Cursed be Canaan, slave of slaves shall he be to his brothers." And he continued: "Bless, O Lord, the tents of Shem; may Canaan be his slave. May God extend Japheth's bounds, let him dwell in the tent of Shem, may Canaan be their slave." After the flood Noah lived for three hundred and fifty years, and he was nine hundred and fifty years old when he died. Genesis 9 : 20 to 9 : 29

The story is now telling us that Noah was a man of the soil. In other words, he was a man who enjoyed gardening. It would also seem that people of those days did not built houses yet, they were tent dwellers. They most likely made tents from the furs of the animals which they slaughtered for food. Is the story also telling us that Noah was the first man who learned to make wine?

Perhaps Noah was not aware that the juice of the grape had now turned into an alcoholic beverage which we today call wine. It would seem that the story is telling us that he must have liked the drink that he or someone else had made. He drank too much of it and he fell asleep drunk from the fermented juice of the grapes.

The next part of the story has a flaw in it. It says that Noah's youngest son, Canaan, was cursed by Noah. But Canaan was not Noah's youngest son, he was his grandson. He was the son of Ham. It would seem that, in those days, the word grandson did not yet exist or perhaps the people who translated the story translated it wrongly, it should read the youngest son of Ham or better yet it should say Noah's grandson.

There is still something missing in the story because Canaan had nothing to do with the incident that took place inside of the tent, or did he? So why is Canaan cursed? There is a possibility that Canaan was the one who made the wine and, perhaps, the story is trying to tell us that God put a curse on those who make alcoholic beverages. We may discover the answer to that question later on in our study or, maybe, there are no more clues to this story and we will never be able to discover the answer. it is possible that Canaan had learned the making of wine from the juices of the grapes.


These are the descendants of the son's of Noah, Shem, Ham and Japeth, the sons born to them after the flood. Genesis 10 : 1

There is another flaw in this story. I suspect that it has not been translated properly. My opinion is : I suspect that the people who did the translation did not understand it so they may not have been aware what it was actually saying. Noah's sons remained in the ark for all of those years and their wives did not conceive any children after all that time? Where did Canaan come from, was he not the son of Ham? It is another proof that the biblical story of Noah has to be symbolic. Is the Bible flawless or are there some mistakes which have infiltrated into it?

The Bible is the word of God which has been passed on to humanity, I am certain that it was flawless when it was originally written. However, it has been translated from its original language to many other languages and that is probably where some of the errors have infiltrated it. The people who translated it often translated the words, which were sometimes symbolic, and not the ideas. Therefore it cannot possibly contain a flawless text since humans are not flawless.

We now have proof that the original writings of all of the Holy books have been corrupted. The early fathers of those religions re-wrote those books, the proofs are given us in chapter two and three of the writings of Revelation.

The names of all of the descendants of the three sons of Noah are now given us. But those quotations are mentioning their genealogies, it says that Noah's descendants eventually separated into various nations, each nation speaking its own language.

These are the descendants of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham and Japeth; the sons born to Noah's sons after the flood are the following. The sons of Japheth: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech and Tiras. The sons of Gomer: Ashkenaz, Riphath and togarmah. The sons of Javan: Elisha, Tarshish, Kittim and Rodanim. From these the peoples of the coast and islands separated into their own countries, each with their own language, family by family, nation by nation. Genesis 10 : 1 to 10 : 5

The sons of Ham: Cush, Mizrain, Put and Canaan. The sons of Cush: Seba, Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah and Sabtecha. The sons of Raamah: Sheba and Dedan. Cush was the father of Nimrod, who began to show himself a man of might on earth ; and he was a mighty hunter before the Lord, as the saying goes, "Like Nimrod, a mighty hunter before the Lord." His kingdom in the beginning consisted of Babel, Erech, and Accad, all of them in the land of Shinar. From that land he migrated to Asshur and built Nineveh, Rehoboth-Ir, Calah, and Resen, a great city between Niveneh and Calah. From Mizraim sprang the Lydians, Anamites, Lehabites, Naphtutites, Pathrusites, Calushites, and the Caphtorites, from whom the philistines were descended. Genesis 10 : 6 to 10 : 14

Canaan was the father of Sidon, who was his eldest son, and heth, the Jebusites, the Amorites, the girgashites, the Hivites, the Arkites, the Sinites, the Arvadites, the Zemarites, and the Hamathites. Later the Canaanites spread, and then the Canaanite border ran from Sidon towards Gerar all the way to Gaza; then all the way to Sodom and Gomorrah, Adman and Zeboyim as far as Lasha. These were the sons of Ham, by families and languages with their countries and nations. Genesis 10 : 15 to 10 : 20

Sons were also born to Shem, elder brother of Japheth, the ancestor of all the sons of Eber. The sons of Shem: Elam, Asshur, Arphaxad, Lud and Aram. The sons of Aram: Uz, Hul, Gether and Mash. Arphaxad was the father of Shelah, and Shelah the father of Eber. Eber had two sons: one was named Peleg, because of his time the earth was divided; and his brother's name was Joktan, Joktan was the father of Almodad, Sheleph, Hazarmoth, Jerah, Hadoram, Uzal, Diklah, Obal, Abimael, Sheba, Ophir, Havilah and Jobab. All these were the sons of Joktan. They lived in the eastern hill-country, from Mesha all the way to Sephar. These were the sons of Shem, by family and languages with their countries and nations. These were the families of the sons of Noah according to their genealogies, nation by nation; and from them came the separate nations on earth after the flood. Genesis 10 : 21 to 10 : 32

At this point in time there is something that must be mentioned and which pertains to the following story that is mentioning the tower of Babel. We will encounter a controversy in it and, hopefully, we will remember what the previous stories have told us so that we are better prepared to deal with it.

We previously read that Ham had fathered four sons and that his first son was named Cush. Then the story goes on to say that Cush had fathered Nimrod who became a mighty hunter. The story also tells us that Nimrod was a King because he had a mighty kingdom. His kingdom consisted of Babel, Erech and Accad. That kingdom was located in the land of Shinar. But Nimrod also migrated to Asshur where he built Niveneh and three other cities.

The story goes on to say that Nimrod built a great city between Niveneh and Calah. It is the proof that the earth was greatly populated at that time, otherwise why would there be a need to build great cities. The story of Genesis is that of God's prophets, they were those who spoke to the people of this world and who explained to them that there was a God and that He was the Mighty Creator. He was the One who gave us our existence and who breathed life into us.

In the following presentation, we shall discover who were the people who built :

The gigantic tower of Babel