Is there a "protective" dome that surrounds Earth since

these “belts” very well could be the reference of the
dome of God and is more likely these belts are actually the
vault that sits upon the earth and completely covers it.

After this, on the second day, he placed the heaven over the
whole world, and separated it from the other parts, and he
determined it should stand by itself. He also placed a crystalline
[firmament] round it, and put it together in a manner agreeable to
the earth, and fitted it for giving moisture and rain, and for
affording the advantage of dews.
The main reason why skeptics have said the Bible endorses
dome cosmology comes from the King James version (KJV)
translation of the Bible. Here is the KJV translation of Genesis 1:

And God said, "Let there be a firmament in the midst of the
waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters." And God
made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under
the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament;
and it was so. And God called the firmament Heaven. (Genesis 1:
For more reading on THE DOME go

◦Then God said, "Let there be an expanse in the midst of the
waters, and let it separate the waters from the waters."
◦And God made the expanse, and separated the waters which
were below the expanse from the waters which were above the
expanse; and it was so.
(Genesis 1:7)
◦And God called the expanse heaven. And there was evening
and there was morning, a second day.
(Genesis 1:8)

31.The universe was formed at God's command, so that what
was seen was not made out of what was visible.
(Hebrews 11:3)
    The Old Testament has
    39 books total


The next 6 books trace the time
from Samuel to the Captivity
The Next 3 books deal with
Israel's Restoration.





HOW did the flood start??? Anu existed in Sumerian cosmogony as a
dome that covered the flat earth; Outside of this dome was the primordial
body of water known as Nammu (not to be confused with the subterranean
Abzu). An/Anu frequently receives the epithet "father of the gods," and many
deities are described as his children in one context or another.
Many verses in the Bible are mysteries just waiting to be unraveled. The happenings after the flood harbor one
of these grand mysteries: after disembarkation from the Ark, Noah planted a vineyard, and when grapes were
produced, he made wine, got drunk, and passed out in his tent; then his son Ham walked in on him (Noah) and
something happened that resulted in the birth of Canaan.
The name “Canaan” means “humiliated” and is
our first clue in solving this mystery. After the happenings in the tent, Noah cursed Canaan: He didn’t curse Ham
nor did he curse himself, but he cursed Canaan, and at the root of this mystery is the question – why?

The mystery of Noah’s drunkenness, Ham’s actions, and Noah’s curse on Canaan is recognizing the identity of
Noah’s wife.

The sons of God saw that the daughters of men were fair and took them as wives
(Genesis 6:2),
and Noah was one of these “sons of God”
and the “daughter of man” that Noah took for a wife was named Naamah from the line of Cain.

What does all this mean? Let’s start by reviewing the early history of man:
  1. God created man (Adam) in God’s image and this creation was “very good” (Genesis 1:31).
  2. Then, Adam sinned and became a mortal being, separated from God and destined to die.
  3. However, God was pleased with one of Adam’s sons, Abel, who was righteous; but, Cain, Adam’s other
    son, killed Abel.
  4. The Bible states that Abel’s works were righteous and Cain’s were evil (1 John 3:12).
  5. Then, God raised up Seth as a replacement for Abel (Genesis 4:25), and Seth was righteous like
  6. At this time, there was a separation of those from Cain and those from Seth (Genesis 4:16)
  7. until the sons of God (those from Seth) saw that the daughters of men (those from Cain) were fair and
    took them as wives; this resulted in an irreversible mixing of the righteous and unrighteous lines.

Then, after the flood, when Noah got drunk, Noah’s son, Ham, had sex with his mother, Naamah, who, as a result
of this union, bore a son named Canaan. Noah knew how this would affect the balance of good and evil, and
cursed the unborn child.

After Babel, Noah and his wife split up due to the humiliation; she went with Canaan, and Noah went with Shem
and his offspring.

First, we need to look at the genealogy of Noah and Naamah. Genesis chapter 4 gives us the genealogy of Cain
which ends with a woman named Naamah. Genesis chapter 5 gives us the genealogy of Seth which ends with



                                                                                 Cain                   Seth

                                                                                   ↓                          ↓

                                                                               Naamah                Noah

We know that Noah was on the Ark, so, it only makes sense that Naamah was also on the Ark as Noah’s wife. If
Naamah were not on the Ark, there would be no reason to document her family line since they would have
perished in the flood. The Bible does not waste words and every verse is significant. In this case, Cain’s lineage
is very significant in that he, Cain, contributed to our genetics significantly, on the order of half. Also, it should be
noted that Adam and Eve had other sons and daughters (Genesis 5:4), the genealogy of which were not
documented: there was no need – they and their offspring perished in the flood.

We are convinced that Naamah was, indeed, Noah’s wife. Here is our reasoning:

(a)  She is the last one mentioned in the line of Cain before the flood.

(b)  Generally, in Biblical lineages, only the men are listed. In the case of Naamah, not only is she listed but also,
her father and mother are included. This implies that she is a very important person in our family tree.

(c)  Some Jewish traditions cite Naamah as Noah’s wife.

(d)  There was a town in Canaan conquered by Joshua named Naamah. Biblical towns are generally named after
the men, but this one was named after a woman: Naamah.

Noah planted a vineyard and got drunk. Then, Ham, Noah’s son, committed some act that resulted in a curse
placed on Canaan. These happening have been heavily debated by theologians:
some say Ham saw that Noah was naked;
some say Ham committed a homosexual act with Noah;
and some say it is and will remain an unsolved mystery; but there is another possibility that we have accepted.
We have concluded that Ham went into the tent and had sex with his mother; this union produced Canaan.
When Noah woke up, he cursed Canaan, Ham’s unborn son. Noah didn’t curse himself, nor did he curse Ham,
but he cursed Canaan and gave him the name which means
“humiliated.” This is the only scenario that makes
sense and here are our reasons for promoting this view:

(a)  The term saw the “nakedness of his father”
(Genesis 9:22) is the same term as used in the Levitical law
when dealing with incest (e.g.
Leviticus 20:11 “And the man that lieth with his father’s wife hath
uncovered his father’s nakedness:”
– KJV). This clearly means having sexual relations.

(b)  Noah knew that the result of this union would upset the balance of good and evil (1 John 3:12, Genesis 4:25).

The Biblical history of Noah ends when Noah curses Canaan (Genesis 9 25-29). However, we know that Noah
lived 350 years after disembarkation from the Ark (Genesis 9:29). We are not sure how long Naamah lived after
leaving the Ark, but assume she lived through the time of the scattering at Babel. Even though the scriptures don’
t directly account for Noah’s and Naamah’s whereabouts, we can speculate that Noah was sufficiently humiliated
so his relationship with Naamah cooled, possibly to the point of being estranged. Naamah, perhaps, was
protective of her son Canaan and went with him after the Babel scattering and dwelt in the land of Canaan.
Noah, on the other hand, perhaps, dwelt with his son Shem or someone in the Shem line. The supporting
evidence for this is the account of Abraham and Job both of whom came from the line of Shem and had very
deep spiritual understanding; this would be indicative of a close and extended connection with Noah.

So, how about those of us who have Canaanite genes? Unfortunately, we all have Canaanite genes. Since
Canaan was born so early in the post-flood history, his DNA is thoroughly mixed into all of us. We all need

Leviticus 18:6-7 (NIV)

6 “‘No one is to approach any close relative to have sexual relations. I am the Lord.

7 “‘Do not dishonor your father by having sexual relations with your mother. She is your mother; do not have
relations with her.
The phrase “to uncover nakedness” is clearly a euphemism for sexual intercourse, which is how the NIV
translates it throughout Leviticus 18.
The phrase “to see the nakedness of” is used in Leviticus 20, again as a euphemism for incest.
Concerning the giants i.e. Nephilim, there are some who believe that these giants were the
result of angels taking the daughters of men as wives, supposing that the sons of God were
This notion originated in the book of Enoch which has been accepted as neither the Hebrew
Holy Scriptures nor as Christian Bible Canon. Our conclusion is that this human-angel
hybridization is contrary to both the scriptures and the genetic data. Here are our reasons:

(1) The scriptures
(Genesis 6:4) clearly state that the giants existed before the sons of God
took the daughters of men as wives.

. . . there were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God
came into the daughters of men.(Genesis 6:4)

(2) The scriptures are clear that angels don’t marry. The following are the words of Jesus:

Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of
For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of
God in heaven. Matthew 22:29-30

(3) Humans have souls, i.e. flesh and blood, and angels do not.

And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the
breath of life; and man became a living soul. (Genesis 2:7)

Adam became a “living soul.” Angels are spirits and do not have flesh and blood. They can
dwell in flesh and blood, but they do not have
their own flesh and blood.

Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not
flesh and bones, as ye see me have.
Luc 24:39

(4) We have much genetic data that has been collected over the last few decades and it
shows that
all human DNA can be traced to one woman and one man. Any foreign, non-
human DNA would appear and be noticeable.
In this case modern humans
would have two origins of Y-chromosome DNA since the fathers of
some would be angels and the fathers of other would be human.
This is not the case.

(5) Here is another portion of scripture that speaks for itself:

Hebrews 1:4 Being made so much better than the angels, as he hath by inheritance obtained
a more excellent name than they.

Hebrews 1:5 For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day
have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son?

The giants most probably had the genetic mutation which causes (gigantism, or acromegaly).
Do a search on either of these words and you can read all about it.
These early giants were probably the first evidence of genetic mutations and were called
“Nephilim” which, in the original Hebrew, has the sense of giant, bully, and tyrant; so, they
were large and took advantage of their size being bullies and tyrants, like Goliath.

Conclusion: This is an important part of human history, when the sons of God saw that the
daughters of men were fair and took them as wives; it helps understand who we are and how
we got to where we are. Also, the notion that sons of God were angels is, in our opinion, a
Click for larger view
Map of where Ham, Japheth & Shem
traveled to
Noah traveled with Shem and knew
on youtube here:
The first act of incest Moses forbids is between a son and his mother.
“You shall not uncover the nakedness of your father, which is the
nakedness of your mother; she is your mother, you shall not uncover
her nakedness” (Leviticus 18:7). The mother’s nakedness properly
belongs to the father and the father alone, since sexual intercourse is
to be reserved exclusively for the union of a husband and wife in

Thus I suggest that Ham’s sin was not homosexual in nature, but
incestual in nature. He took sexual advantage of his own mother while
his father was too drunk to notice or care. He attempted to entice his
brothers, Japheth and Shem, to also take advantage of their mother’s
sexual availability, but they resisted temptation by backing into the
tent with a blanket and laying it over the exposed and available body
of their mother.
This sheds light on what is otherwise an inexplicable detail in the
Genesis narrative. Ham was the one who committed the sin, but the
consequence of his act landed not on Ham but on his son, Canaan.
“Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be to his brothers”
(Genesis 9:25). Twice more, in verses 26 and 27, Noah emphasizes
that Canaan is the one who will bear the brunt of Ham’s act of sexual

Canaan experienced the tragic consequences of Ham’s sin because
he was conceived through the incestuous union of Ham and Ham’s
own mother. He was the son, the poisoned fruit, of the illicit union
between son and mother.

Moses is also laying the moral groundwork to explain what was
happening in his own day. Ham’s son became the ancestor of the
people of Canaan, a people who over time became so morally,
sexually, and spiritually compromised that God brought the armies of
Israel under Joshua’s leadership into their land to discipline them.

Moses is also laying the moral groundwork to explain what was
happening in his own day. Ham’s son became the ancestor of the
people of Canaan, a people who over time became so morally,
sexually, and spiritually compromised that God brought the armies of
Israel under Joshua’s leadership into their land to discipline them.