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How the Babylonian Story of the Flood Became the Story of the Great Deluge in the Bible. And How Utnapishtim Became Noah (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Maximillien de Lafayette

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How the Babylonian Story of the Flood Became the Story of the Great Deluge in the Bible. And How Utnapishtim Became Noah.



Synopsis and Translation of the Sumerian, Akkadian, and Assyrian Cuneiform Tablets



97% of the Bible is pure fabrication, and almost 95% of the major Biblical stories are copied from Phoenician, Ugaritic, Syrian-Canaanite, Mesopotamian and Egyptian myths, poems, texts and stories, written centuries before the Bible was crafted.

Although the Bible is a majestic and a superb piece of literature nourished with wisdom, and conveying remarkable ethical and moral messages and lessons, the Bible is by no means, the word of God, or an original Hebraic work.

And beyond the shadow of a doubt, Yahweh (Jehovah) is a recast, and an amalgam of pagans' gods ; the gods of Mesopotamia, Phoenicia and Ugarit.

Numerous historians, archaeologists, linguists, scholars and anthropology's forensic scientists agree that the Bible's most formidable and colorful stories such as:

1-The Tower of Babel,

2-Genesis,

3-Adam and Eve,

4-Garden of Eden,

5-The Great Flood (To name a few)

were taken from Mesopotamian, Ugaritic, Phoenician, Canaanite, Egyptian, Assyrian, Akkadian, and Chaldean myths, and epics recorded on ancient clay tablets and slabs, centuries before the Bible was written, and the name and the presence of God , or more exactly one God, were known to the Israelites/Early Hebrews.

In fact, the name of God "Yahweh", his attributes and extraordinary (Supernatural) powers and deeds were borrowed from pagans' gods; gods the Israelites worshiped before they "created" their own god "Yahweh", who centuries later, became the God of the Christians and the Muslims.



In this short treatise, we will analyze and explain the origin of the Biblical story of the Flood (Great Deluge), and how the Hebrews took the story of the Flood from the Babylonian texts (A much older story), while they were in exile in Babylon.



From the content:

* Biblical stories taken from much older religions.

* The Babylonian Story of the Flood Versus the Biblical Story of the Flood.

* There is a difference of approximately 600 years between the Babylonian flood and the Biblical flood.

* Excerpts from the Mesopotamian texts word-for-word and author's translation.

* Same stories in the Babylonian texts and the Bible:

* 1.The Anunnaki god Ea warned Utnapishtim about a flood.

* Instructions on how to build the boat.

* 2.Bringing animals to the boat.

* 3.The dove.

* 4.The birds are set free.

* 5.The boat resting on the top of a mountain.

* 6.Destroying mankind.

* 7.Reason for sending the flood.

* 8.Never again to bring a flood to earth and destroy mankind.

* 9.The 7th day of the flood.

* 10. Seven days of flood: In the Bible.

* 11.Waiting for the 7th day.

* 12.Sealing the door and cover of the boat with pitch.

* 13.Making a roof (Cover for the boat).

* 14.The covenant.



* Characteristics and dissimilarities of the three Babylonian versions of the story of the flood, the Epic of Gilgamesh and Berossus' account.

* The Sumerian story of the flood according to Berossus, a priest of the cult of Marduk in Babylon.

* The Babylonian story of the Flood and the Biblical account of the Deluge were mentioned on a tablet from Ugarit.



Author's statement:

My statements and findings are based upon the Akkadian, Sumerian, and Assyrian cuneiform clay tablets found in Babylon and Nineveh.

I am reproducing in the this short treatise, the original Mesopotamian texts, and my translation of these texts, and comparing them word-for-word, with the Biblical texts, to prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that the Biblical story of the Flood was taken from the Mesopotamian story of the Great Deluge, which appeared on clay tablets, centuries before the Bible was written!!

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  • Verlag: TIMES SQUARE PRESS. New York. Berlin; Auflage: 1 (3. Juli 2014)
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2.0 von 5 Sternen This is just one mans theory, yet one does ... 5. August 2014
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This is just one mans theory, yet one does not really know how these events came to be for every explanation of events there is always someone to say opposite, You could also say that the tablets found were the stories or events that they have heard of and decided to put down in writing and take credit for. Many civilizations have taken credit for certain or numerous events in time and have reproduced them in their own, to claim credit. While carbon dating and radioisotopes (more accurate than carbon dating) are helpful they are still not an exact science. These are just my opinions, as for me I prefer to believe in the Bible as to others which may to disagree with me, again that is their right and can also express their belief or opinion.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen One Star 2. Oktober 2014
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Nothing new here. LaFayette has built an industry around charging $2.00 for old information.
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