In “The Journey of Noah's Ark some ancient literature is explored which shall make anyone to never think about that flood in the same way. For it is written that the winds of those stormy days were yoked to the spirit of death that tore the sky with his talons. 2 Then the deluge belowed like a bull as the wind resounded like a screaming hawk. The darkness was dense, the sun was gone. The Spirit of Doom rejoiced! 3 Even the waves arose with great speed like a hungry sea monster to lick the face of earth like it was ice. As a result, the earth as it was then known suddenly began to melt away from that cold shoulder, under many brand new waters that would be very sure to turn the planet inside out. upside down, and back again, as it rapidly went belly up. 4 Then giant tsunamis became angry enough to slap Mother Earth much harder than she was ever slapped before. 'Twas the hour of no more time for most living things. 5 For it was fated that everything with lungs would rapidly be drowned like some rats that were quickly going down with the ship, that was our waterlogged world. 6 Even the ancient Sybline Oracles 269-280 wrote that this torrential downpour was quickly obscuring all things round; God thundered loud, as He struck Terror into mortals, sending a multitude of lightnings forth; And all the winds together were then aroused. 7 And all the veins of water were unloosed By the opening of great cataracts from heaven. And from earth's caverns and the tireless deep appeared the myriad waters, and the whole earth was covered over. But on the water swam that wondrous house that was called the ark; And it was hit by many furious waves and struck unmercifully. 8 By force of winds, it rushed on fearfully; But with its keel it cut the mass of foam, While the loud-babbling waters dashed all around with crashing noises of grandeur. 9 And the the mighty mass of fierce waters were up to no good as they wiped everything away that was made unclean by the fallen angels; Nor would those deathly tides ever rest until their deluge covered the whole earth beyond the peaks of it's forth coming mountains, which were never risen up at that point in those prehistoric times. 10 Neither would those ruthless waters show any kindness whatsoever. 11 For God had very little grace back then to show our planet, as it suddenly swam within a giant pool, as those great deeps quickly became much deeper to fill in every valley with His righteous indignation over the wickedness of Man and the Nephilim.
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