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Astounding Revelation Received Confirms Root Cause of Flood

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Root Cause of the Flood, saith the Lord Corroborating Section 2; Revelations of Jesus Christ, 154-166:

Intermarrying with the Black Race of Cain ("Cainites) and the White Race (Sethites--the sons of God or Nephilim) through whom the promises have come, the Elders:  Adam, Seth, Enoch, Noah, Shem (Melchizedek), Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Jesus the Christ, Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, and now, yes Art Bulla, who is that One Mighty and Strong, the messiah to Ephraim (son of Joseph, son of Jacob or Israel).  This intermarriage again resumes after the flood, because "as in the days of Noah, so shall the coming of the Son of Man (Adam) be"--due to false prophets and teachers who abound as befor the flood:

Alfred Edersheim:

"The corruption of mankind reached its highest point when even the difference between the Sethites and the Cainites became obliterated by intermarriages between the two parties, and that from sensual motives....This means more than the total corruption of our nature, as we should now describe it, and refers to the universal prevalence of open, daring sin, and rebellion against God, brought about when the separation between the Sethites and the Cainites ceased. With the exception of Noah there was none in that generation "to call upon the name of Jehovah." "In those days there were 'giants' (in Hebrew: Nephilim) in the earth . . . . the same were the mighty men (or heroes) which were of old, the men of renown." Properly speaking, these Nephilim were "men of violence," or tyrants, as Luther renders it, the root of the word meaning, "to fall upon." 3  In short, it was a period of violence, of might against right, of rapine, lust, and universal unbelief of the promise. With the virtual extinction of the Sethite faith and worship no further hope remained, and that generation required to be wholly swept away in judgment."

 

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