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Answering Questions Re:

The Original Holy Ark
And Flood Survivors

Part I
Gaining Understanding

          Scripture Provides Choices:   Noah's guests on board the ark are described as "... all flesh, wherein is the breath of life" (Genesis 7:15; 6:18-21).   However, the "all flesh" of Psalm 65:2 and Isaiah 66:23 obviously exclude animals, birds, etc.; so, could the "all flesh" of Genesis 7:15 and 6:18-21 also exclude animals, birds, etc.?

          Smile, how did different animals come to segregate themselves in places like Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, the Americas, the Arctic regions, China, etc.?   Noah's ark made only one stop to release the Raven and Dove (people) in the Americas before the final stop in Arabia.   Did not GOD recreate some if not all animal life after The Flood?

          Now, check Isaiah 22:13-14 and the myriad Biblical references referring to making a difference between the clean vs the unclean.   So, why do people everywhere eat the dead?   Yes, Leviticus 11 says you may eat this and not that; but, note the "clean" animals are all vegetarians.   They don't eat blood in any manner or form.   Even Daniel was a vegetarian (Daniel 1:8-16).   So, Scripture provides choices.   Which is correct?

          Parables Conceal Truth:   The Scriptures are clearly written in parables to preclude multitudes from understanding (Isaiah 6:9-10; 25:7; 44:18; Jeremiah 5:21; Ezekiel 12:2; Matthew 13:10-17; Mark 4:11-12; Luke 8:10).   Even a murderer speaks in the New Testament and people have been warned "... no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him" (I John 3:15).   The name Judah, for example, has been freely utilized throughout the Scriptures; yet, Judah had neither legitimate sons nor heirs as he "married" a Canaanitish woman (symbolic of the harlot).  Judah even went into his daughter-in-law to begat the twins, Pharez and Zarah. This was despite GOD'S laws and both Abraham and Isaac's admonitions (Genesis 38:1-30; 24:3,37; 26:34-35; 28:1-6; Malachi 2:11-12).

          "And He (Jesus) said, Unto you it is given to know the mysteries of the kingdom of GOD:   but to others in parables; that seeing they might not see, and hearing they might not understand."

Luke 8:10

          To people who understand, the Scriptures are written in a dual fashion ... two books in one.   People who don't understand that ought to start with the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17).   Let's face it, today the disobedient don't know GOD'S Laws, and are cursed (John 7:49); yet, they claim to be "Israel," "Saved," "True Believers," etc. (Matthew 13:12; 25:29; Mark 4:25; Luke 8:18; 19:26).   Smile, in a little while the door to Salvation will be shut tight, the vail over their eyes will be lifted, and suddenly they'll realize that they are stuck in Satan's Eighth Kingdom for 1,000 years or far longer.   But even then the vast multitudes won't pay heed.   C'est la vie!

          Misleading The Disobedient:   Remember also, GOD promised disobedient humanity phony laws that are not good (Ezekiel 20:24-26), myriad stumbling blocks (Isaiah 66:4; II Thessalonians 2:11), and false prophets (Ezekiel 14:9-10; Jeremiah 3:15-25).   Thus there are myriad people and influences trying to make crooked ways appear straight (Isaiah 45:2; 42:16; Ecclesiastes 1:15; 7:13; I Kings 22:19-23; Job 12:16; Ezekiel 13:22; Romans 1:25).   There's even two false witnesses to contend with (Matthew 26:60-61; Mark 14:57-59).   Even the "mar'âh," the image or lookingglass vision, speaks in Scripture to make the image appear as the true.   Then there is the false Messiah that deceives even a third of the Congregation.   What next?

          Oh, and don't forget the Four Great Beasts before The Throne of GOD (Revelation 4:6-9; 5:6,8,11,14).

          A Guide For The Firstfruits:   Conversely, the Chief Human Shepherd to eventually reside under Jesus at the Right Hand of GOD has been instructed to explain what's going on (Isaiah 61:1-3; 49:5-6; Jeremiah 1:4-10) and watchmen are admonished to warn (Ezekiel 3:17-21; 33:3-16; Isaiah 1:15-20).

          So, in view of the above, even volumes may not open the eyes of the blinded disobedient.   O.K., Part II, "The Original Holy Ark" will be followed by Part III, "Flood Survivors."

Part II
The Original Holy Ark

          Two Holy Arks:   Genesis 3:24 appears to be the earliest reference that partially describes the initial Holy Ark.   And Genesis 49:1,24 appears to designate "Joseph" as the modern custodian.   Compare Ezekiel 12:3-7 with 12:8-12 which refer to two Holy Arks.   The Chief Human Shepherd brings forth one (Ezekiel 12:3-7; 24:24; Nahum 2:7; Zechariah 5:4,9-11; Song of Solomon 2:7-14; 3:1-5; 5:4-8; Sura 2:248; etc.) and "Zerubbabel" brings forth the second (Ezekiel 12:8-12; Zechariah 4:7).

          Opening A Locked Door Reveals Treasures:   Zechariah 1:7 thru 7:1 define an intriguing two year period so both Holy Arks may be brought forth quite soon.   See "A Unique Conjunction" at:


          If people ever get off their duff and reenter the preserved inner Temple of the Solomonic Temple and the surrounding ancient Levitical City West of the Hinnom Valley (Jeremiah 19:2 KJV) and also uncover Noah's Ark North of Tayma' ... all sorts of ancient records are waiting.   See "The Hidden City" files and also "Searching For The Holy Ark."   Both are via Brian's Annex menu at:


          When people reenter the preserved inner Temple of the Solomonic edifice, they should recognize the true design of the Temple.   Therein the Throne Room is atop the Holy of Holies.   Similarly, when examining very ancient clay tablets and roll seals, designs frequently show a man (Noah) sitting atop a large square box ... a rather common picture that reveals pieces of the puzzle.   Tiny roll seals in the Damascus Museum, if memory is correct, are good examples.

          Now go to Habakkuk 3:3 and ask yourself, "Why GOD came from Teman?"   Isn't GOD omnipresent, meaning everywhere?   So, back to Habakkuk 3:3 which refers to GOD as being above His Holy Ark which motivated Moses and others to call the Holy Ark "GOD, LORD, and LORD of Hosts."   Again, GOD appeared above the mercy seat centered atop the Holy Ark therefore the Ark was called by His Name (Exodus 25:21-22; Numbers 10:33-36; I Samuel 4:4; II Samuel 6:2; I Chronicles 13:6).   So, now you know why "GOD came from Teman (Tayma':   the South, to the South, or Tayma' is to the South) and the Holy One (Noah) from mount Paran" (the ornament in the desert:   Noah's Ark) situated in the desert North of Tayma', Arabia.

          The Nuzi Map is only one piece of evidence depicting the Red Sea region as the Edenic Valley.   In preflood days the area was the beautiful Edenic Valley and postflood it rested in the depths of the Red Sea.

          Therefore, when examining an ancient tablet found in either Sumer or Elam (we haven't researched those details), the tablet speaks of an aborted preflood journey wherein the travelers apparently stopped to visit with Noah and the preflood Temple centered in the City of Noah.   The original Holy Ark resided therein.

          At the time, the ancient preflood writers were apparently sojourning through the Edenic Valley via a small boat down the Jordan River extended and were headed on to the region at the head of the modern Persian Gulf but turned back to the City of Noah.   Their boat apparently was suitable for river travel and on through the sea of reeds but upon entering the Indian Ocean the travelers wisely turned back to the City of Noah.   The clay tablet was then hastily prepared and sent on via a larger ship or caravan.   It simply related details of their aborted journey and indicated that their trip had been cancelled.

          Post Flood Adventures:   After The Flood Noah, his sons, their wives, and followers sojourned to Hebron then called Kirjath Arba, the City of the Giants, i.e. the highest caste or rulers (Noah and his sons).   Meanwhile, others sought out the three other river regions to rebuild and repopulate.   Then about 333 years after The Flood, in the days of Peleg (Genesis 10:25,31-32), GOD sent people from Kirjath Arba to each of the other river regions apparently to assume dominion and restore GOD'S Word.   Terah, Abram's father, went to Ur where Abram was born in 2008 FC.   Abram's brother, Haran, later died and Terah took his family to return Haran's body to Kirjath Arba to be buried near the dwelling place of the original Holy Ark.   However, Terah also died upon reaching the City of Haran.   Abram was then 75 years old and GOD ordered him to go to the Kirjath Arba region (Hebron) apparently to take custody of the original Holy Ark from Shem.   Who else was more worthy?

          The original Holy Ark remained in Hebron and eventually came into the custody of Jacob who hid it before sojourning to Egypt to reunite with Joseph.   When Jacob remained in Egypt and died there the hiding place of this original Holy Ark became lost to humanity until 1985 AD when the hiding place was searched out.   But then those occupying the Holy Lands took both of GOD'S Holy Arks captive with their guns, threats, and total failure to cooperate (Zechariah 5:4; Joshua 7:1-26).

          The Glory Of GOD Returns:   Thus, this is the historic saga of the original Holy Ark apparently assembled under Adam, transited The Flood with Noah, and resided in Hebron until hidden by Jacob.   When brought forth one Holy Ark will remain in the custody of the Chief Human Shepherd and the other will reside in the Temple when built.   That is, one will reside amongst The Firstfruits as the Glory of GOD dwells amongst true Israel.

"And ye shall know that I am in the midst of Israel...."

Joel 2:27; Zephaniah 3:15,17; Leviticus 26:11-12
Exodus 29:45; I Kings 6:13; Zechariah 2:5-13
Isaiah 40:5,10; 60:1-2; 66:5,18-19

          Meanwhile, the second Holy Ark is described by Ezekiel:

          "And I will set My glory among the heathen, and all the heathen shall see My Judgment that I have executed, and My hand that I have laid upon them."

Ezekiel 39:21; Zechariah 4:7

          Now let's look at Part III, the "Flood Survivors" and how the ancient curse upon Cain has been impacting this world.

Part III
Flood Survivors

          How Did They Survive?   How did Lamech's sons (of Cain's lineage) become the "instructor of every..." if they didn't survive The Flood with Noah as "beasts" (Genesis 4:19-22)?   Remember, the Scriptures speak in parables so Noah and his three sons represented the four preflood river regions some of whose occupants, as "beasts," dwelt with Noah while building the City of Noah.   They, of course, survived in the great four square raft-like community which eventually was set adrift by the initial flood waters to then drift around the globe before coming to rest in Arabia.   Measures in Scripture (Genesis 6:15) match those within the Temple and are only partial.   One realizes that fact real quick-like when researching the Temple design criteria.

          Why Canaan?   Did you ever wonder why Ham's seed (Canaan) was cursed instead of Ham?   What did Canaan do to deserve that curse?   And, who are the Kenites spoken of in the New Testament?   Are they not descendants of the first child, Cain?   Check out Strong's Concordance.   So, how did they come through The Flood if not with Noah?

          Understanding The Parables:   Next, visit a local zoo or farm and see what it takes to feed and water (fresh water) larger animals.   Now, consider from the time that Noah was shut in until everyone exited Noah's ark ... 380+ days had elapsed.   There's much more detail at:


          When one considers the factors:   living spaces, storage spaces, exercise space, food, fresh water, recycling wastes, and the duration of the survival journey ... it soon becomes quite obvious that, besides only a minimum of essential four legged live stock, the prime occupants of Noah's ark were people ... some of the lineage of Adam [Noah's family (the rulers or upper caste) and others called clean beasts (the next lower caste)] and still others of the lineage of Cain (the unclean beasts) (Genesis 6:4; 7:2).   Those who drowned in The Flood represent a fourth caste.   Again, Noah and his three sons represented the rulers (the sons of GOD:   Genesis 6:4) who reigned over the four preflood river regions.   They are referred to just as "Israel" represents a person, a family, and a whole nation.   So, for example, when one speaks of Israel, it depends on usage and circumstances to determine who it refers to ... one individual, a family, or a whole nation.

          Therefore, since Biblical writings regarding Noah's ark are expressed in the form of an historic parable, they can be taken as an half-truth which may be seen in many different ways by different readers.   The question that arises, "Which view is correct and does it really matter?"   So, let's continue.

          The Historic Curse:   From here more intriguing questions arise:   What happened to the curse upon Cain?   How has this curse impacted humanity?   Is it still impacting humanity ... if so, for how long?   Can individuals and nations separate from that historic curse?

          The simple answers begin with the realization that, even today, the historic curse upon Cain continues to impact this world as Noah's curse upon Canaan and continues until people depart the Left and enter under the dominion of the Right (Psalm 110:1-4).   Even then the lowest caste does not escape.   Yes, largely because of humanity's disobedience, the cursed Canaanites were even given David's throne over this world (Jeremiah 22:2), a dominion that has since changed hands again.   This termination of dominion happened following the 1985 AD seizure of GOD'S properties, His Holy Arks, by agents of the cursed Canaanite State occupying the Holy Lands (Zechariah 5:4; Joshua 7:1-26).   Thus, in 1988 the throne over the Sixth World Kingdom was given unto a new throne over the Seventh World Kingdom (Revelation 17:10-11,12-17; Daniel 4:30-31; 5:25-28; 8:3; etc.).

          Nevertheless, the net result of humanity's propensity to disobey and the corruption engendered by the cursed Canaanites resulted in The Firstfruits being only a Little Flock, a Remnant.   All others must wait 1,000 years for a second opportunity while still subject to afflictions by that infamous curse and while experiencing the wrath of GOD.   It all evolves because of a very ancient curse upon Cain whose descendants and associates still promote disobedience.

          Two Lamechs:   Lamech (Cain's lineage) foretold of events via his lamentation, "If Cain shall be avenged sevenfold, truly Lamech seventy and sevenfold" (Genesis 4:24).   Thus, Lamech's prophecy actually dealt with events of the next 1,500 years that began in the Spring of 1996.   Therein the wrath of GOD is to be poured upon disobedient humanity, the Tares, not amongst The Firstfruits.

          Here we now ask another question.   Lamech is the name of the fathers of The Flood survivors of both Cain's lineage and Adam's lineage (Genesis 4:18-24; 5:25-31).   Why the same name (Lamech) on both sides of the fence?   Also, Lamech (Cain) spoke of a 77 fold curse and Lamech (Adam) lived 777 years (182 + 595) and died 4 years before The Flood which began when Noah was 599 years old (i.e. in Noah's 600th year) (Genesis 5:28,30; 7:11).   Note also the 600 is the transition element of the infamous 666 (Revelation 13:18).   The 600 is the survival number for the image, the Left, so Scripture is waving a big flag while proclaiming to readers, "the image, Cain's lineage, was on board Noah's ark with Noah."

          "The Lamech link" is not just another sign to consider.   The curse pronounced by GOD (Genesis 4:11-15) was reiterated by both Lamech (Cain) upon his heirs or lineage and by Noah upon Canaan evidently a son of Ham's concubine (Genesis 4:23-24; 9:25-27).   Actually it impacts both lineages in these latter days.   Indeed, the actions of one lineage actually impact the lineage of the other "... because of the ground which the LORD hath cursed" (Genesis 5:29).

          Few Have Believed:   Yet, even Cain's descendants (which include the cursed Canaanites) have been offered an opportunity to obey and to escape (Genesis 4:7; Isaiah 1:15-20; 56:1-8; Deuteronomy 30:1-3).   As matters progress over this 1,500 year interval, people entering under the Right, the Southland, will be separated into four different groups to form four segregated castes.   All who don't wake up will eventually form the fourth caste, a permanent, an eternal, lowest caste or outcasts, the menial workers who spend eternity as virtual slaves (their lake of fire) as the curse upon Cain still clings to them (Genesis 9:25-27; Isaiah 14:2; 61:5; Hosea 6:11; Matthew 13:30; Psalm 2:8).   The Book of Jonah refers to the Tares as the City of Nineveh whose occupants "... cannot discern between their right hand and their left hand ..." (Jonah 4:5,11).   Thus, the cursed Canaanites have been inducing one another and whoever to disobey via all sorts of devious ways.   The curse, of course, has blinded them and their victims (Isaiah 25:7-8; 44:18).   So, the curse upon Cain continues to be very, very real (Deuteronomy 28:15-68).

          The Ultimate Results:   Consider the predicament of the Tares when Salvation for the more righteous closes for good in the midst of the Eighth Millennium.   The next caste up (i.e. the Latter Harvest, the third caste down) will be their overseers who won't be too happy.   If it were not for the evil inducements, lies, and deceptions by the eventual lowest caste, the outcasts, they (the third caste) would have been much higher on the totem pole.   Instead, the Latter Harvest will have endured up to 1,500 years of the wrath of GOD largely because of the Tares.   So, indeed, the Latter Harvest will not be too happy with the Tares.   Similarly, the Main Harvest, who will have experienced up to 1,000 years of the wrath of GOD, will not be too enthralled over the role of the cursed Canaanites either.   After all, the Main Harvest could have inherited a share of the role as Kings over the earth and Priests unto GOD if it were not for the infamous cursed ones.   Therefore, the future specter of eternal damnation will not be nice for the Tares who still number as the sand of the sea (Revelation 20:8).   So the Tares will be the thorn with eternal consequences.   Is it any wonder that David hated the wicked (Psalm 139:19-22)?

          Thus, one of the most significant survivors of the Great Flood on board Noah's historic ark was the devastating curse upon Cain, Cain's descendants, and disobedient humanity ... an eternal curse whose impact is only now starting to be realized.   But where are the watchmen warning people?

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