In case you didn’t know, the account of the Great Flood that was initially presented in the Exodus book has been confirmed to be true on several times. Take a look at all 250 drowned cities at the bottom of the Black Sea if you still think it’s fantasy.
To say the least, none of them were constructed underwater, and the vast majority of them seem to have been under construction at the time they were inundated.
But that’s not all; comparable ruins have been unearthed in Peru, Scotland, Malta, and Egypt, and they seem to reveal a grim past that historians refuse to discuss.
As a result, we know that the Flood occurred. But who was the source of the problem in the first place?
The Great Flood is mentioned in the Mahabharata, ancient literature that depicts a highly sophisticated society armed with flying vehicles and nuclear weapons that might easily devour the fields.
We know this because of the many old bunkers we’ve discovered throughout the years.
Not only that, but we also came across victims of such nuclear assaults, since the locations were still radioactive.
Many people think the Great Flood was a natural disaster, but scientists concur that it was not. To be able to replicate all life on Earth as we know it, Noah’s Ark would need to be a DNA lab if it truly existed.
To demonstrate this, scientists conducted an experiment on the Arctic island of Svalbard in 2008, in which they sought to preserve and reconstitute the seeds of hundreds of thousands of plants from across the world. It went off without a hitch.