[b-hebrew] Could This Be Nimrod

Patrick J. Emsweller patrick at clubgraves.com
Tue Aug 2 07:12:26 EDT 2005

Besides "Yao" in my previous link, I think one can see a great many
commonalities with regards to the Chinese scriptures and other cultures
scriptures/histories.  IMHO


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The following link provides a history of the Chinese:


It states that:

 All accounts, however, agree that the basin of the Yellow River was the
cradle of the Chinese culture, and that their ancestors were a nomadic
people who, some five or six thousand years ago, migrated from the
north-western part of Asia and finally settled in the northern-central part
of what is now China.


This could well have been a migrating family descendent of one of Noah's
three children.

It goes on to speak of a legend:

2. Mythological Era
(BC 5000-2200)

2.1. Age of the Three Divine Rulers

Given the first rank among the chieftains is Fuxi, or "Conqueror of
Animals." He taught his subjects how to catch animals and fish with nets and
to rear domestic animals for food. He is also the originator of the writing
system which, with their improvements and modifications of ages, has been
handed down to us in the form of the modern Chinese characters. 


Could this be Nimrod? Nimrod the great hunter in opposition to Yahoweh? The
strokes of Chinese writings seem
to have a lot in common with the strokes we see in cuneiform tablets and
this could explain why so many Japanese words seem to come from semitic

Any thoughts?

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