10 Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us. 11 There is no remembrance of former things; neither shall there be any remembrance of things that are to come with those that shall come after. (Solomon; Ecclesiastes 1:10 - 11)
20 And some of the sons of men caused their wives to drink a draught (before the flood) that would render them barren, in order that they might retain their figures and whereby their beautiful appearance might not fade. Jasher
They had quite an advanced civilization and technology which was destroyed in the flood. Jesus stated "as in the days of Noah, so shall the coming of the son of man be" (i.e. technology, saith the Lord and mixing with the black race of Cain before the flood, hence the flood.)
ECOLOGY AND THE BIRTH-CONTROL PILL Oct. 22, 1984 If there is a delicate balance in the ecological framework of nature, how much more so does this apply to man himself, and his relationship with his family and those of the opposite sex? The modern liberal can with ease look out into the balance of nature and see where the hand of man has upset this delicate balance, but why can’t the same liberal see where he has upset his own balance by tampering with nature as regards himself? He can see, in his swaggering hypocrisy, how that by killing the coyote, for instance, the balance is upset, and the jack-rabbit becomes therefor a menace to the happiness of the farmer, and the liberal, with his science, swaggers to and fro in the earth, thinking himself god-like in his impotence. Do not the heavens regard him as the TRULY POWERLESS fool he is, while he digs his own pit, and regards not his own state as he falls headlong into the pit he has dug with his own wretchedfingers, with his medicine , and his (and her) genetic engineering...Teaching of the OMS, No. 47
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