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The Dead Sea Scrolls Book of Lamach gives an astonishing description on Noah as a Half breed alien, read more?

Noah's father in this account becomes angry with his wife Bat-Enosh when he returns home and sees the strange looking child among his family, and requires an answer from her concerning where this strange child that looked like the sons of Anak came from, She swears it is of his seed and not that of a soldier or a traveler of one of the sons of God. Distressed Lamach goes to visit his father Enoch, and describes the child with strange features, his hair, his skin color his physical features looking nothing like all the rest of the family, and asks what he should do. Enoch answers, that because of this and all the other evil God will one day be destroyed by a flood, and Lamach should return home and raise the strange child as his own and call him Noah.

My question is are you familiar with this account, and if so what do you make of it. If you do not know about it, you are still welcome to share your opinion or site other alternative texts on this subject, THx! in advance

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  • 1 decade ago
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    "The Book of Lamech was so fragile that seven years went by before it could be unrolled. It was assumed to be the lost Apocryphal Book of Lamech, but it proved to be a document in Aramaic relating to the Book of Genesis. It is now called the Scroll of the Apocryphal Genesis. It describes the journeys of Abraham."

    "When scholars got a look at a small fragment of the seventh and last of the Dead Sea Scrolls found in Jordan in 1947, they discovered the name of Lamech, the father of Noah. They concluded that the seventh scroll was an apocryphal Book of Lamech. There the matter stood, for the seventh scroll seemed too brittle to be unrolled.

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    In 1954 Israel bought the seventh scroll (and three others) from Jerusalem's Syrian Metropolitan Mar Athanasius Samuel, and experts at Hebrew University tackled the problem of unrolling it. Slowly softened by humid air, the leather scroll finally opened. Its center yielded four complete and legible pages and several fragments. Last week the secret of the seventh scroll was revealed. It proved to be a warning against jumping to conclusions about the Dead Sea Scrolls.

    Far from being part of the Book of Lamech, the pages were an Aramaic version of Chapters 12 to 15 of Genesis, interwoven with stories and legends about the Patriarchs. As scholars examined the scroll further, it became clear that all of it deals with the Book of Genesis in the same order as the accepted text. The fragment mentioning Lamech that had misled the scholars was evidently part of Chapter 5 of Genesis."

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    4 years ago

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    Yes.. There are MANY. Contents of The Lost Books of the Bible[edit] {♦ = found in The Apostolic Fathers} The Protevangelion The Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ The Infancy Gospel of Thomas The Epistles of Jesus Christ and Abgarus King of Edessa The Gospel of Nicodemus (Acts of Pilate) The Apostles' Creed (throughout history) The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Laodiceans The Epistles of Paul the Apostle to Seneca, with Seneca's to Paul The Acts of Paul and Thecla ♦ The Epistles of Clement (The First and Second Epistles of Clement to the Corinthians) ♦ The Epistle of Barnabas ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to the Romans ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to the Philidelphians ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to the Smyrneans ♦ The Epistle of Ignatius to Polycarp ♦ The Shepherd of Hermas (Visions, Commands, and Similitudes) Letter of Herod To Pilate the Governor Letter of Pilate to Herod The Lost Gospel of Peter ♦ The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians Contents of The Forgotten Books of Eden[edit] The Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan (The First and Second Book of Adam and Eve) The Secrets of Enoch (also known as the Slavonic Enoch or Second Enoch) The Psalms of Solomon The Odes of Solomon The Letter of Aristeas The Fourth Book of Maccabees The Story of Ahikar Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs ---------------------------------------... 1. Epic of Atrahasis 2450 BCE 7 2. The legend of Etana 2350 BCE 4 3. Tablet of Cattle & Grain 2300 BCE 1 5. The nam-shub of Enki 2250 BCE 1 6. Inaana and the God of Wisdom 2250 BCE 6 8. Goddess of Sex and War 2200 BCE 6 10. Declaration of Innocence 2100 BCE 7 11. 7 Tablets of Creation 2100 BCE 7 17. The Sacred Egyptian Mysteries 1460 BCE 1 18. Epic of Baal 1410 BCE 16 21. Treasure of Akhenaten (Copper Scroll) 1340 BCE 1 22. The Death and Resurrection of Osiris 1290 BCE 11 23. The Epic of Kret 1270 BCE 1 24. The Baal and Anat Cycle 1250 BCE 3 25. Legend of Daniel 1250 BCE 2 26. The Great Tribes of Canaan 1250 BCE 1 28. Book of Noah 940 BCE 5 29. Book of Enoch 790 BCE 42 31. The Theogony of Hesiod 690 BCE 8 32. The Legends of Orpheus 640 BCE 9 33. The Twelve Tables of Rome 450 BCE 12 1. Genesis 7 2. Exodus 4 3. Elohim 1 4. The Adam 1 5. The Age of Kings 6 6. The Apocalypse 6 7. The Age of Death 7 8. The Awakening 7 9. The Age of Mankind 1 10. The Golden Age 16 11. The Age of Secrets 1 12. The Age of Ignorance 11 13. The Age of Divine Redemption 1

  • 1 decade ago

    Its been awhile since I read some of the Dead Sea Scroll stuff. I think the extra books are great and add information about the time.

    I don't think about the accounts anymore than I think about the bible.

    Source(s): atheist
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  • Miami
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    1 decade ago

    I've often wondered about the Sons of God. Most of the times that the Bible mentions them they seem to be angels or something supernatural. Often the Devil is among the Sons of God so maybe they're angels and demons? I love reading all the dead sea scrolls and other apocrypha texts. It makes the Bible much more interesting.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Yes, many of the dead sea scrolls have been translated and its way better reading than the current bible

  • house
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Black Sea Scrolls

  • 1 decade ago

    its interesting, I've sometimes wondered how someone would describe an alien or spaceship with bronze age language. "traveler" would be expected as would 'son's of god'

    One thing that's for sure if the Son's of God could take the daughters of men for their wives they had to be physical People. there is no other way they could do it. unless someone says the Holy spirit could do it, before they do, the holy spirit is female.

    Source(s): The nephilim are in the Bible, why is it that Christians pick and chose what they want to believe. they wont accept that there were people called nephilim, son's of God, who walked on earth. but they accept everything else that is all but impossible, like a virgin birth.
  • 1 decade ago

    That's new to me but I've always wondered what the reason was that Methuselah's death was in the year of the Flood. As with much mythology this indicates an esoteric reading that has been lost. Perhaps this is part of it.

  • 1 decade ago

    never heard of this but if your not reading the actual dead sea scrolls your just reading someone elses interpretation of it and you know what there are alot of kooks out there.

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