China monotheistic in culture,( long before Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism came about 2,000 years later) knew of the flood
pictograph shown is "boat"
Look at the truth the ancients left us and believe in the Most High of Israel, of China, of the nations out of Noah and his sons Jephthah, Shem and Ham
Heaven is a much better hope than eternal atheist darkness!
Eight people had life in a vessel the pictograph states.
Noah some scholars surmise was probably the first Emperor of China and Shem his son the second. The following articles dwell up the pictograph for boat which consists of the symbol for the Chinese word for boat. (Pictured on the right) By putting together the radicals 'eight', 'person', 'life', and 'vessel' you come up with the character for 'boat'. Thousands of other examples can be found like the radicals that make up the word for "garden" are man, woman, tree, snake. Stirring evidence that Noah constructed the language to preserve the truth of his (grand) father Adam's race's beginnings.
From Dr. Aruthur C. Custance custance.org link
A GOOD FRIEND of mine, W. H. Pape, author of I Talked with Noah (Baker Book House, 1966), who spent some years in China, tells me that in the western part of that country the primitive Miao tribesmen have a Flood story of sorts. They say that two brothers plowed half a field one day but next morning they found all the furrows had been filled in. This was repeated the following day. So on the third night they hid to see what was going on and saw an old man carefully replacing all the earth which had been plowed. One of the brothers rushed out to kill the old man, but the other suggested they should find out why he did this. He told them a
great Flood was coming and plowing was useless, advising them to make a boat to save themselves. Only one brother did so, and he survived. The other tried to use a shallow cooking pot as a boat, but perished.
Mr. Pape also pointed out that one Chinese sign for "boat" (a sign about 2,000 years old) is composed of three elements thus:
The root or radical, , means "boat." This is accompanied by a second element, ,which means "eight," and by a third element, meaning "mouth." When the Chinese talk of people, they use an expression which literally means "man-mouth." As we count heads, they count mouths. The Chinese ideograph for "boat" has therefore come to be closely associated with the idea of eight people, a fact which seems most reasonably accounted for by assuming that the tradition of eight survivors of the Flood already existed when the sign language was developing.
Jeff Lowe jdaniellowe.com
The Chinese characters consist of individual 'radicals' that make up words. When these words are broken
down to their individual form, we can see the evidence of creation written into their language. All who ever
learned the Chinese language has had this information deeply embedded into their sub conscience of the
working of God and life. An example of this is to take the Chinese word for boat. By putting together the
radicals 'eight', 'person', 'life', and 'vessel' you come up with the character for 'boat'. Hence, the example shown
The Chinese record of events were recorded in their pictographic and ideographic types long
before the books of Moses (The Torah) were written almost a millennium later. The seven day
week they used could well have stemmed from their acquaintance with the original creation
week. The Shu Ching (the Chinese book of history found secreted in the wall of Confucius'
house when it was torn down in 140 B.C.) contain a number of records from the first three
dynasties and their predecessors. At the time the Emporer took part in bi-annual sacrifices as
high priest to the Creator of heaven and earth, known to them as Shang Ti.
An ancient Chinese prayer from the Emporer:
"Of old in the beginning, there was great chaos, without form and dark. The five elements
[planets] had not begun to revolve, nor the sun and the moon to shine. In the midst of it there
existed neither forms nor sound. You, O spiritual Sovereign came forth and Your presidency,
and first divided the grosser parts from the purer. You made heaven; You made earth; You
made man. All things with their reproductive power got their being".
"Your sovereign goodness is infinite. Great and small are sheltered [by your love]. As engraven
on the heart of Your poor servant is the sense of Your goodness, so that my feeling cannot be
fully displayed. With great kindness You do bear with us, and not withstanding our demerits, do
grant us life and prosperity. But now, O Lord, You are our Father; we are the clay, and you our
Potter and we all are the work of Your hand... Your sovereign goodness is infinite. As a potter,
The Chinese written language has it's origin of before 2,000 B.C, coinciding with the great dispersion of
races around 2218 B.C, from the tower of Babel. The language was written when the Chinese people
were monotheistic in culture, long before Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism came about 2,000 years
later. Because of this timing, they must of had accurate records from word of mouth (beside Noah
living 450 more years after the flood, who knew Enoch, who knew Adam). Their culture
geographically stood away isolated from the rest of the world for over 2,000 years.
Looking for that blessed hope...the son of God Christ Jesus