Our story didn't begin or end within the pages of a book that is merely 6,000 years old. However there are writings that came thousands of years before the unsubstantiated bible. Such as The Gilamesh Epics, The Enuma Elish, Atra Hasis, Tablets of Tammuz and Ishthar, Adafa and Etana.
Tama-Reyeaat "Egyptian" also had a series of manuscripts, books and scrolls recorded on Papyrus. These scrolls are: Amuduat, Book of Caverns, and Book of the Celestial Cow, Book of Coming Forth by Day, Book of The Dead, Book of the Earth, Book of Fates, and Book of the Hidden, Book of Overthrowing Apep, and Book of the Netherworld, Litany of Re, Coffin Texts and Pyramid Texts.
Yet scholars don't want to acknowledge these facts because it predates their bible and they have no explanation as to why The Gilgamesh Epics give an account of a flood that happened thousands of years before the bible story of Noah. To make further comparison between the Gilgamesh Epics and the Bible is the story Of Moses. In a book entitled "Chariots of the Gods", it states and I quote:
"Moses Heard The Voice Of His Lord, But He Never Saw Him Face To Face. When He asked him To Show Himself to Him on One Occasion, His "God" Answered: "Thou Can Not See My Face: For There Shall No Man See Me and Live. And The Lord Said, Behold, There Is A Place By Me, And Thou Shall Stand Upon A Rock: And It Shall Come To Pass, While I Pass By: And I Will Take Away Mine Had, And Thou Shall See My Back Parts: But My Face Shall Not Be Seen" (Exodus 33:20-23).
There are some astonishing similarities in old Texts. On the fifth tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh, which is of Sumerian origin and much older than the bible, we find virtually the same sentence:
"No Mortal Came to the Mountain Where the Gods Dwell. He Who Looks The Gods In The Face Must Die."Moses is supposed to have been brought up in the Egyptian royal household. Perhaps he had access to the library or acquired knowledge of ancient secrets during those Years. "Erich Von Daniken even suggests that Moses got his stories out of books from the great libraries in Egypt. "
The authenticity of the holy books that have people spellbound is being questioned over and Over again. The Enuma Elish is written on seven tablets, each are between 115 and 170 lines long. They were written no later than the reign of Nebuchadrezzar in the 12th century B.C.E. But there is also little doubt that this story was written much earlier, during the time of the Sumerians. Drawing some new light on the ancients, Henry Layard found within the ruins of the library of Ashurbanipal in Nineveh, texts that were not unlike the Genesis creation in the Bible.
George Smith first published these texts in 1876 under the title, "The Chaldean Genesis". Akkadian text written in the old Babylonian dialect.
The Babylonian god finished his work within the span of 6 tablets of stone. The last and 7th stone exalted the handiwork and greatness of the deity’s work.
Thus the comparison must be made that the 7 days of creation found in the Bible, borrowed its theme from the Babylonians and them form the Sumerians.
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