- Oct 25, 2016
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The symbols still exist today. You can look at the individual components of the symbols that you have already been shown to see how the account of Genesis is told in the symbols.Show us the artifact; otherwise it’s a meme.They aren't memes. They are symbols from a written language that was written 4500 years ago which exist in actuality and are composed by combining other words to make them easier to remember. You can use google to look them up today.Thanks for admitting you consider memes valid archeological finds.I provided the symbols. There are no artifacts. The account of Genesis is literally in the symbols themselves. Research the symbols. I did. I can’t do that for you.
what you are failing to understand is that this confirms everything in Genesis. It does not detract from Genesis. It confirms the Torah. It does not detract from the Torah.
before Moses recorded these accounts in writing they were passed down orally from generation to generation for thousands of years. The fact that the account of Genesis is recorded in the symbols of the Chinese language proves those oral accounts had been passed down orally for thousands of years and were spread to other parts of the world because people migrated from Mesopotamia to other parts of the world. The early Chinese dynasties worshipped the God of Abraham but that died out after the 3rd dynasty. Also confirming the Torah. So I really don’t understand what problem you would have with any of this.
The account of Genesis was used to construct the symbols to make them easier to remember because 4500 years ago the account of Genesis was common knowledge because they worshiped the God of Abraham. How do I know? Because they used commonly known things and stories to construct the symbols so that they would be easier to remember and because they had the same border ceremony. You do know what I mean when I say border ceremony, right?
Still not understanding why these facts upset you.
Anyone can write a book and wait for fools such as yourself to believe it’s based on an actual find.