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Monday, May 10, 2021

SERMONS #2 – Serpents & Siblings & Spawn, Oh My! (5/10/21)

29:48 – Dave in Kentucky continues his look at Genesis from an “ancient astronauts” perspective, including Chapter 3 (Eve & the Serpent), Chapter 4 (Cain & Abel), and Chapter 5 (the generations preceding Noah), as well as much supplemental material from the non-canonical Book of Jasher.

Show art: The Garden of Eden with the Fall of Man by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) and Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568-1625), Public Domain.

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posted by Dave at 1:42 pm filed in Dave,May21  


  1. Dave,

    I enjoy these, very informational and enjoyable to listen to. I wonder why it was important or if it was to mention such long lifespans. Also, the mention of iron and brass makes me think of a different timeline than often assumed.

    Comment by chad bowers — May 12, 2021 @ 9:10 am

  2. Are they really such long lifespans, or do they just seem like that to us because we have over time adapted to shorter and shorter lives due to interbreeding with those who are deficient in alien DNA? The lifespans of purebred aliens (Anunnaki) such as the antediluvean rulers at the beginning of the Sumerian King List put Methuselah’s to shame, but after the flood (which apparently had prompted the Anunnaki to get out of Dodge) the lifespans of the half-breed, “quadroon” and “octoroon” rulers left behind grew shorter and shorter.

    I’m not quite sure what to make of the “iron and brass” reference in Genesis 4:22. How much instructing of artificers could Tubal Cain have actually accomplished if he was as young as the Book of Jasher indicates when Lamech “accidentally” struck him down?

    Comment by Dave — May 12, 2021 @ 1:02 pm

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