This is our third separate report on the comet impact and what is most important is that this clearly reports that the crust itself effectively shifted. Actual cultural confirmation is completely unexpected. There is ample evidence that this actually occurred, but inference from physical data is always open to idle dispute.
Knowing that we should be actually looking is much better.
We also get a convincing story of the Ark that fits the time and place. It is also nicely constrained to a specific locale and is a carefully chosen survival strategy likely informed by channeled information.
We are receiving a coherent description of materiel known from the bible that is typically somewhat incoherent. Better yet we are obtaining material that no intervening writer could have ever properly known, with or without the King James Bible
It would be as if i found the equivalent of E = MC squared on an ancient recently uncovered Bronze Age monument of certain provenance. I had hoped this material had a legitimate Bronze Age providence and that is surely true and it must be taken seriously. This knowledge was largely lost in 1159 BC and mostly dissipated thereafter by Christian times..
[ By this we surely can understand that the first destruction by fire was the comet impact of 10,950 BC. The second is a later event that saw a sharp rise in sea level that surely inundated most human communities then living close by the sea as would be inevitable during the initial post 10,950 BC in which the northern ice cap was melting out. This led to a massive water release from entrapped water in North America that ultimately cut through Hudson strait into the Atlantic. Prior releases had caused the scab lands in eastern Washington State and sustained water flows into the St Lawrence and surely the Mississippi water sheds. arclein ]
[Now we get a description of a rather liberal society and all that.]
[ toxins in the air, perhaps from a distant volcano - arclein ]
A description of a comet again.
[sure sounds like the ark to me. ]
[ This is an explicit description of the crustal shift itself. We also have another description of the comet passage as well. Thia is likely from the land of Sumar, but not then Sumar. Thay is the third clear report of the actual event and also way more convincing than the biblical version - arclein ]