In reply to Ardell’s post:
What if the Gilgamesh Epic IS the story of some king who went and found Noah? Or maybe Shem? Some have called Melchizedek, Shem. And Melchizedek was considered a man without beginning or end. So…
[@more@]So, if Melchizedek is Shem, and considered by most of that world as a
man without beginning or end. Then how easy would it be for him to be
Utnapishtim as well?
- ancestor of most of the Middle East peoples.
- lived long enough to have conversations with short-lived decendents that where several, several generations his junior.
- considered to be ‘without end’.
- Author of this blog is a redneck
- Author is not a scholor, historian, or rabbi.
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