Manu the Indian Noah & his Flood story agrees with other Deluge accounts
Ever heard the Deluge story of the Indians? Above is an Indian illustration with 8 survivors on a boat pulled by a fish? It follows the story of Manu, (also called Satyavrata) the Indian name for Noe, Noahk, Nu-Ah, Nu-U, Nüwa, Deucalion, whichever nation’s name you prefer to use for the great global patriarch and ancient leader of the Deluge survivors known from hundreds of ancient legends worldwide! This comes from the oldest Indian book called the Satapatha Brahmana & the Matsya Purana.
In various Hindu traditions, Manu, is a title accorded to the progenitor of mankind, and also the very first king to rule this earth, who saved mankind from the great flood, after being warned of it by the Matsya avatar of Vishnu, who told him to build a giant boat and poulate it with his family animals, and 9 types of SEEDS!
Seeds on the Ark are not mentioned in Genesis by Moses, but it makes perfect sense, as many people ask that question, “from what did the new trees, grasses and plants grow after the water receded?” Well of course there were seeds floating on the water and perhaps some buried shallowly in the mud, but likely not too many. So there is an Indian answer to that skepticism.
By the way, according to the Indians, Manu (Noah) had three sons. Guess what their names were! Charma, Sharma and Yapeti! Can it get any closer to Ham, Shem & Japheth? (Tell that to some of your religious Darwinist friends today!) This page below is from “History of British India, written by James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson, and contains amazing corroborating evidence:
From where did the Indians get their Deluge history? From their ancient patriarchs of course who lived long before the Bible got written down by Moses in 1500-1200 BC. The southern Indians or Dravidians descended from Ham, whereas the Aryan Indians of the North descended from Japheth, while Moses descended from Shem. It looks like Shem failed to mention the seeds in his Flood memoirs told to his offspring, while either Japheth or Ham did mention that interesting factoid!
Vishnu is shown in his Matsya avatar having a fish tail, whereas the Chinese Noah Nüwa and her partner Fuxi have entwined dragon tails! That ‘scaled tails’ influence probably came through the Xia dynasty to be fused into Han mythology which had the Nü-Wa (Noah) part of the story!
The reportedly darker skinned Xia most likely arrived from Dravida, the ancient Southern civilisation of India. And so is ‘Fuxi‘ maybe another name for Vishnu? Vishnu, vishni, fishi, fushi? The pinyin ‘x’ sound in ‘Fuxi’ stands for ‘hs/sh’ where the tongue is kept neutral and flat while air is blown over it, in Mandarin Chinese!
According to the Matsya Purana, the Matsya avatar of Vishnu appeared initially as a Shaphari (a small carp), to King MaNu (whose original name was Satyavrata), the then King of Kumari Kandam, while he washed his hands in a river. This river was supposed to have been flowing down the Malaya Mountains in his land of Dravida.
The little Fish asked the king to save him, and out of compassion he put it in a water jar. It kept growing bigger and bigger, until King Manu first put him in a bigger pitcher, and then deposited him in a well. When the well also proved insufficient for the ever-growing Fish, the King placed him in a tank (reservoir), that was two yojanas (16 miles) in height, as much in length, and a yojana (8 miles) in breadth. As it grew further King Manu had to put the fish in a river, and when even the river proved insufficient he placed it in the ocean, after which it nearly filled the vast expanse of the great ocean.
It was then that He (Lord Matsya), revealing Himself, informed the King of an all-destructive deluge which would be coming very soon. The King built a huge boat which housed his family, 9 types of seeds, and animals to repopulate the earth, after the deluge would end and the oceans and seas would recede. At the time of deluge, Vishnu appeared as a horned fish and Shesha appeared as a rope, with which Vaivasvata Manu fastened the boat to the horn of the fish.
According to the Matsya Purana, MaNu’s boat was perched after the deluge on the top of the Malaya Mountains. This narrative is very similar to other Flood stories, like those of Utnapishtim from ancient Sumerian Mythology, and the story of Noah’s ark from the Bible, and the Quran, the holy book of Islam.
“And Manu was imbued with great wisdom and devoted to virtue. And he became the progenitor of a line. And in Manu’s race have been born all human beings, who have, therefore, been called Manavas. And it is of Manu that all men including Brahmanas, Kshatriyas, and others have been descended, and are, therefore, all called Manavas. Subsequently, O monarch, the Brahmanas became united with the Kshatriyas. And those sons of Manu that were Brahmanas devoted themselves to the study of the Vedas. “The ten sons of Manu are known as Vena, Dhrishnu, Narishyan, Nabhaga, Ikshvaku, Karusha, Saryati, the eighth, a daughter named Ila, Prishadhru the ninth, and Nabhagarishta, the tenth. They all betook themselves to the practices of Kshatriyas. Besides these, Manu had fifty other sons on Earth. But we heard that they all perished, quarreling with one another.”
The story also finds mention in early Hindu scriptures like the Satapatha Brahmana also identical to Noah’s Ark story in the Bible. He was absolutely honest which was why he was initially known as “Satyavrata” (One with the oath of truth). His wife is Satarupa (Shatrupa).
Satapatha Brahmana 8th Adhyaya. First brahmana. TheIda.
In the morning they brought to Manu water for washing, just as now also they (are wont to) bring (water) for washing the hands. When he was washing himself, a fish came into his hands.
It spake to him the word, ‘Rear me, I will save thee!’ ‘Wherefrom wilt thou save me?’ ‘A flood will carry away all these creatures from that I will save thee!’ ‘How am I to rear thee?’
It said, ‘As long as we are small, there is great destruction for us: fish devours fish. Thou wilt first keep me in a jar. When I outgrow that, thou wilt dig a pit and keep me in it. When I outgrow that, thou wilt take me down to the sea, for then I shall be beyond destruction.’
It soon became a ghasha (a large fish); for that grows largest (of all fish) Thereupon it said, ‘In such and such a year that flood will come. Thou shalt then attend to me (i.e. to my advice) by preparing a ship and when the flood has risen thou shalt enter into the ship, and I will save thee from it.’
After he had reared it in this way, he took it down to the sea. And in the same year which the fish had indicated to him, he attended to (the advice of the fish) by preparing a ship; and when the flood had risen, he entered into the ship. The fish then swam up to him, and to its horn he tied the rope of the ship, and by that means he passed swiftly up to yonder northern mountain.
It then said, ‘I have saved thee. Fasten the ship to a tree; but let not the water cut thee off, whilst thou art on the mountain. As the water subsides, thou mayest gradually descend!’
Accordingly he gradually descended, and hence that (slope) of the northern mountain is called ‘Alarm’s descent.’ The flood then swept away all these creatures, and Manu alone remained here.
Being desirous of offspring, he engaged in worshipping and austerities. During this time he also performed a pâka-sacrifice: he offered up in the waters clarified butter, sour milk, whey, and curds. Thence a woman was produced in a year: becoming quite solid she rose; clarified butter gathered in her footprint. Mitra and Varuna met her.
They said to her, ‘Who art thou?’ ‘Manu’s daughter,’ she replied. ‘Say (thou art) ours,’ they said. ‘No,’ she said, ‘I am (the daughter) of him who begat me.’ They desired to have a share in her. She either agreed or did not agree, but passed by them. She came to Manu.
Manu said to her, ‘Who art thou?’ ‘Thy daughter,’ she replied. ‘How, illustrious one, (art thou) my daughter?’ he asked. She replied, ’Those offerings (of) clarified butter, sour milk, whey, and curds, which thou madest in the waters, with them thou hast begotten me.
I am the blessing (benediction): make use of me at the sacrifice! If thou wilt make use of me at the sacrifice, thou wilt become rich in offspring and cattle. Whatever blessing thou shalt invoke through me, all that shall be granted to thee!’
He accordingly made use of her (as the benediction) in the middle of the sacrifice; for what is intermediate between the fore-offerings and the after-offerings, is the middle of the sacrifice.
With her he went on worshipping and performing austerities, wishing for offspring. Through her he generated this race, which is this race of Manu; and whatever blessing he invoked through her, all that was granted to him.
Now this (daughter of Manu) is essentially the same as the Idâ; and whosoever, knowing this, performs with (the) Idâ 1, he propagates this race which Manu generated; and whatever blessing he invokes through it (or her), all that is granted to him.
Darwinists, those who support the religion that our DNA program distilled from a cosmic explosion! Space dust turned to gas, to clouds, to rocks, to planets, then it rained on the rocks for billions of years turning it into primordial soup, in which a (scientifically debunked and impossible!) spontaneous generation of life took place, resulting in the first “simple” cell! So complicated that today’s scientists don’t even understand it fully yet.
Those Darwinist say that all these stories don not prove anything that there once was a worldwide disaster as the global flood. Why? Because it doesn’t fit their religion, just like Galileo didn’t fit the Papist “science” of Rome!
Nothing has changed! Except that now these Darwinists man the media turrets and Academic top positions and is the philosophy of the global elite that is about to enslave us all! Galileo was in jail! Beware!
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