What does DNA Have To Do With Noah?
When the disciples asked for signs of the end, Jesus made reference to Noah’s time as something to indicate the end.
For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and did not know until the flood came and took them all away, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. Matthew 24: 38-39
There is nothing wrong with eating, drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, but the message here is they were continuing in this behavior oblivious to the evil that transpired before the flood—the evil that controlled them and formed them. So, what was that? The strategic manipulation of DNA.
Genesis 6:1-5 makes possible reference to a strategic plan to make the bloodline impure and it included the creation of the Nephilim. The sin of it was displeasing enough to God that He planned to destroy humanity, and even all creation. There is a lot here we just don’t understand. But something significant took place; something detrimental enough that put the human race in contempt enough to discard.
But then comes the verse that is the beacon of hope for humanity. It shows the purity of Noah’s generational bloodline—a lineage that didn’t mix with the supernatural beings who attempted to contaminate the blood line of humanity with a manmade creation.
But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. This is the genealogy of Noah. Noah was a just man, perfect in his generations. Noah walked with God. And Noah begot three sons: Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Genesis 6:8-10
The pure genealogical line of Noah extended to his sons as mentioned, or at least is was supposed to extend to and through them. This demonstrates that along with keeping the bloodline pure, there was also an effort to educate and train these generations on the purity of not mixing with those who were contaminated. Grace extended into this time period to facilitate a pure bloodline, and obedience maintained grace’s invitation.
The strategic plan to disrupt humanity’s blood line began with God’s promise in Genesis 3:15 where the seed became the promise, the capsule that carried that promise to fruition in the form of a babe born in a manger. This is what Satan sought to disrupt by mixing DNA. This was his plan to stop the seed and stop the promise.
But Noah found grace and the bloodline, the seed, was protected. A nation was commanded to segregate, a system of law was implemented to further maintain segregation and blood purity until the Son of Man could be born. A monumental task only God could oversee.
So Jesus told his disciples, and us, to look for the signs of what happened before the flood. The very thing that caused the flood and the destruction of humanity will play again in these last days. So, consider these news articles:
- Scientists create 'alien' life form with artificial genetic code
- U.S. May OK Babies From DNA Of 3 People
- Scientists Create Genetically-Engineered Mice with Human Chromosomes
- UK government backs three-person IVF
- Human-Animal Cross-Species
- Gene doping looms as the next big cheat
- Scientists Create Synthetic Organism
- Scientist Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies
The spirit of gene and DNA manipulation is evident in the increase and, in some cases, acceptance of bestiality. Behind bestiality is an overspray of the spirit to mix DNA. Read The Puppet Master for more.
For as in the days before the flood… so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. Matthew 24: 38-39
Preposterous? Perhaps. Ridiculous? Maybe. But while we are reaching out with our imagination, let’s step out a little further. Could the Antichrist be a Nephilite? As was Nimrod a definite prototype of the Antichrist and founder of the Babylon the final site of the Antichrist? Could the Mark of the Beast be a gadget that manipulates DNA?
These are things we just don’t know, but we can have fun speculating. The bottom line is this: There are enough signs indicating the end times no one should miss it.
But they will.
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