Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Tower of Babel and Ham

Of this, I am not so sure:

The historians of the European people such as Bill Cooper (After the Flood) and Mike Gascoigne (Forgotten History of the Western People) tell us that it was the descendants of Ham who built the Tower of Babel.

Perhaps this is the case. Certainly Northern Man (Solar Man of the Ice Age, the Tundra, and the Islands) probably had little to do with indiscriminate mingling and tower building. The spirit of the North was fragile and strong all at once, recessive in its traits (blue eyes, blond hair, etc.), and yet desirous of overcoming the cold which threatened the heart and hearth. It was a spirit of struggle and inwardness, unknown to those who dwelt near the equator.

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