As the story goes; Noah had three sons Shem, Japheth and Ham. As the story goes Noah had a little tomuch wine and

had to sleep it off. As the story goes Noah decided to get jiggy with it and took off all his clothing to the nudity thing. As the

story goes Ham seen his father naked, told his brothers what he had seen and they snitch him out to thier farther. As the story

goes because of the disrespect for his drunkard ops!!! I mean farther Ham was cursed and anything connected to him

would/shoud be curse and would/should be sevant/slave to the other two bretheren. As the story goes anything with deep

dark pigmentated skin from the contient of Africa are the direct decendants of Ham. As the story goes anything directly

connected to Shem for (instance Semites) are God choosen people and have God favor. So grasp this one.


Semitic, adj. 1. of. characteristic of, or like a Semite or the Semites.  2. designating or of a major group of languages of

southwestern Asia and northern Africa. Related to the Hamitic languages and divided into East Semitic (Akkadian), North West

Semitic (Phoenician, Punic, Aramaic, Hebrew, Modern Hebrew,  etc.) and South WWest Semitic (Arabic, Ethiopic, Amharic,)

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Comment by Adisa on May 18, 2015 at 3:24pm

The below listed information provided me some interesting information, that I have never heard or read until today:  

Ğulām Husayn “Salīm” Zaydpūrī was a historian who migrated to Bengal and was employed there as a postmaster to the East India Company serving under George Udny (a Commercial Resident of the East India Company).

(Etymology of Bengal)

According to the Mahabharata, a number of Puranas and the Harivamsha Vanga was one of the adopted sons of King Vali who founded the Vanga Kingdom. The Muslim accounts refer that "Bong", a son of Hind (son of Hām who was a son of Prophet Noah/Nooh) colonised the area for the first time.[4]

Comment by Aaron (Al) Lewis on March 15, 2011 at 8:38pm
I have read different interpretations of the story especially when read in a different context as metaphors or mythology. Joseph Campbell has an interesting take on this particular story and it has nothing to do with race. All of the stores are good entertainment, but I wouldn't stake my life on them. There are better ways to do that like thinking and being. I don't think any book can live for me and even words, as important as they are, have their limitations in describing certain aspects of being.
Comment by Clifford Black on March 15, 2011 at 11:27am

Belief without investigation  IS faith without WORK.  Where there is no work, there is no energy. Where there is no energy, there is no production. When nothing is produced you will end up with-out.


Comment by Mike Brown on March 14, 2011 at 8:51pm

Looking at the story as well as the so call book of genesis, niether where directed at the none believer for only the believer could identify with something that condemns itself. The moral implication could only apply to those that

reconized the cuser(Noah) as the representative of thier moral values. Being the intellectual that you are we both

acknowledge that B.S will always add-up, multiply and compound to nothing other than B.S. In order to jusity an invasion of a land, as well as the imprisonment of a people, what better way than to say that GOD AUTHORIZED IT.

Comment by Aaron (Al) Lewis on March 14, 2011 at 6:52pm
That would only be predicated if one gave credence to the story. What about those that don't believe anything? How would/could this allegorical story have any intellectual or moral impact on them? In other words, what if it was just bulls*#t all alone?
Comment by Mike Brown on March 14, 2011 at 4:44pm

And you've done it again my friend, you never cease to keep me in stitches "well I'll be what?"

see you next time I feel creative.

Comment by Clifford Black on March 14, 2011 at 4:08pm

It appears that someone is lying about a whole bunch of stuff and undereducated people are having a problem with figuring out the confusion. Well I'll be what?


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