Tower of Babel

Luis White
Luis White

What importance did the tower bring? Did it even exist Sup Forums?

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youtube.com/watch?v=XSfHowDgtlQ
libraryofbabel.info
saturndeathcult.com/the-sturn-death-cult-part-1/the-silver-age-and-the-rise-of-the-bluebloods/

Levi Wright
Levi Wright

It was a metaphor for the big black cock
Since it's arrival it's created racism on all sides from envy
If we could just get rid of it then the world will see peace again
The Babylon whore is just code for white women addicted to the black cock

Brody Kelly
Brody Kelly

fuckin #woKe my nigger

Liam Young
Liam Young

I can still hear their screams. Now you can too!

youtube.com/watch?v=XSfHowDgtlQ

Jayden Cox
Jayden Cox

The tower was man expressing in its purest form inherent sin. By doing what it thought was great, it was directly challenging God. It showed God's supreme will. God destroyed the tower and made everybody speak different languages so they would actually obey him and spread out over the world post flood instead of hanging out in that one place

Luke Turner
Luke Turner

In the legend Tower of Babel was never built, because God got angry and destroyed it and made the people speak different languages.

In truth there might be something to this. Maybe the people started to plan building a big tower, but then got into a fight over something stupid, like always.

But whether or not you believe in the legend, what you may not know is that eventually the Tower of Babel was built. Pic related. So let's get to your original question: What importance does the tower bring? Fucking nothing. They build it because they could.

Carter Powell
Carter Powell

What in the fuck happened in your gif?

Eli Wood
Eli Wood

It was a metaphor for the big black cock

lol, no. You just have black dick on the brain, bruh.

Henry Cooper
Henry Cooper

It was an allegory to represent the lack of cohesion between groups of people with different cultures.

The EU is our tower.

Aiden Ortiz
Aiden Ortiz

Babalonians were degenerate to core and worshipped all the same heathenistic shit that the elites do to this day. The builders of the tower gave birth to freemasonry and the Babylonian kings wore goat horns o their crowns and worshiped Baal like all the other stupid satanists. Bunch of scumbags.

Justin Parker
Justin Parker

I think it was more than a structure. It was a stargate. OR... Flat Earth is true and they ( Nimrod?) was trying to breech the firmament.

Jeremiah Garcia
Jeremiah Garcia

Wasn't it really the space u.n. in ancient times.
Besides the fact the destruction of the tower dictates a space battle of epic proportions.

Jeremiah Ward
Jeremiah Ward

It exists digitally libraryofbabel.info

Jack Jackson
Jack Jackson

Physics bros did the calculations for the tower height and demonstrated that a human being would become hypoxic and pass out before ever getting to the top, much less carrying the materials necessary to build it up that high.

Brayden Butler
Brayden Butler

Many such cases!
Sad!

Benjamin Perez
Benjamin Perez

What did they mean by this?

Jack Parker
Jack Parker

Babel tower was square tough.

Brandon Torres
Brandon Torres

i wonder what the next babel tower is going to be
we are nearly there
some culture eats another and we are there

Thomas Long
Thomas Long

ive heard worse

Ayden Butler
Ayden Butler

They meant that they are gonna finish what was started long ago. But this time the tower is symbolic. This time they will try to be God. Bet the antichrist rises in Europe, fixing the bullshit that the EU started. Right up until he destroys the continent.

Jayden Phillips
Jayden Phillips

Importance? Are you unfamiliar with the story? Do you need it explained?

Humanity was split into the seperate races because of this event.

John Howard
John Howard

OY VEY GOY Anything not part of my Semitic sand cult is barbaric!

Wyatt Rogers
Wyatt Rogers

Dumb arabs huffing flammable gas in a car, ignites gas when lighting cigarette

Adrian Hughes
Adrian Hughes

We should tape our dick's together and make the letter "H".

Jordan Price
Jordan Price

I imagine it as when Iranians conquered India and probably created a few safe silk road trade routes. When you have an authoritarian regime, you can do things like force a common language which you might think is a good idea for allowing common trade.

The actual "tower" might be a metaphor or it might represent the biggest storage facility owned by whoever was in charge. Everyone points out it's about speaking a common language, this is about multiculturalism. It can be good or bad depending on the society.

Gavin Foster
Gavin Foster

It's a reference to a global advanced civilization that existed before the ice age. The "same language" is about science, cosmology and stuff

Juan Phillips
Juan Phillips

It's one of the larger Ziggurats of Babylon that the jews turned into some story about a tower to heaven.

Luis Gray
Luis Gray

The Ziggurat is the Tower.
I disagree. I think it's the Pyramids.

I think that there are multiple Pyramids all over the world suggests the tangible splitting up that occurred.

Luke Sullivan
Luke Sullivan

It probably an account of the construction of a Ziggurat which collapsed while being built.

Nathan Carter
Nathan Carter

ziggurat
tower

pick one.
the low-information plebbery in the thread is sad.

William Barnes
William Barnes

forcing a common language is literally the opposite of what happened. One language and culture was split into many.

Ryan Jenkins
Ryan Jenkins

Correct. God got pissed and fragmented the species into different tribes with uncommon languages.

Ayden Phillips
Ayden Phillips

Its a metaphor for global banking

Bentley Peterson
Bentley Peterson

I'm thinking about the lead up.

Regardless, there's enough linguistic similarities between Ireland and Tocharia to convince people of literally anything. Iranians did invade northern India and did much more than force a language.

I like the ziggurat idea, Persia in general has hosted some states with massive power.

Pyramids are still standing and everyone knows it was about food based economies. Egyptians probably didn't have a single language between them, we know they considered there to be 4 types of people. It doesn't fit the story.

David Robinson
David Robinson

Pyramids are still standing, but they are destroyed. I think they were a machine that interacted with the ionosphere.

Andrew Lee
Andrew Lee

The secret of the kingdom of God has been given to you. But to those on the outside everything is said in parables

Dominic Diaz
Dominic Diaz

Here is the real red pill on the Tower of Babel

saturndeathcult.com/the-sturn-death-cult-part-1/the-silver-age-and-the-rise-of-the-bluebloods/

Jackson Murphy
Jackson Murphy

Not archiving
I swear you newfag need to fucking kill yourselves

Aiden Perry
Aiden Perry

that's for places like cnn, you fucking moron

Josiah Moore
Josiah Moore

I actually thought about archiving it but then I was thought, whatever it's not
fucking CNN cry more and then kill your self

Logan Wright
Logan Wright

Did it even exist

Of course not you fucking retard

Logan Ward
Logan Ward

What's the ionsphere

Chase Hill
Chase Hill

Its a myth to explain the development of different languages, humans before then spoke one language (Sumerian) and existed in a state of harmony and collective consciousness but in this close knit existence something like mind viruses appeared allowing the human brain to be controlled and manipulated by priests. the invention of writing gave our consciousness subjectivity. Of course now that we have the internet the technology has come full circle and humans are once again constructing the tower, speaking with one tribal language. and, in fact, being controlled by thought viruses now called memes.

Joshua Gomez
Joshua Gomez

Maybe water sourcing?

ionosphere
For what purpose would a bronze age people even know that exists?

He thinks ancient Egyptians were talking to ayylmaos.

Gabriel Butler
Gabriel Butler

The arc of the covenant was a superconductor.

Brayden Phillips
Brayden Phillips

It's placed in the king's chamber.

Easton Perez
Easton Perez

All mankind united trying to build a tower to reach God

Based God disappointed with their bullshit, destroyed the tower and made them all speak different languages, so they couldn't cooperate anymore

Thats what I recall at least

Michael Carter
Michael Carter

It was the first example of something being destroyed by diversity.

Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips

Thanks burgerbro, best version yet.

Oliver Lee
Oliver Lee

First known space elevator

Jacob Gonzalez
Jacob Gonzalez

it was first huge attempt at globalism, and it failed miserably
same will happen to EU

Ayden Howard
Ayden Howard

super ineteresting stuff. I'm actually reading a novel called Snow Crash at the moment and the myth of babel is ingrained in the story.

It's supposed that the story is in reference to the act of confusing/'babelling' the language of the ancient sumer civilization and it was an inherent act of kindness to the human race.

Some scholars believe that the Sumerians had one of the most advanced language systems in the history of humanity. Something that contemporary minds can't comprehend. Taking into account the theory that the language learned as an infant has an inherent effect on the mental structure and the workings of the human consciousness (have you guys seen the movie, Arrival? This was brought up there too), this theory is called language relativity.

So the first part of the hypothesis is that due to the fact that the Sumerians had such an advanced/different language, they functioned on a different cognitive function and language and words had a much greater power. In being so, they were able to be effectively 'cursed' by a sequence of language/characters (cuneiform). But rather than effecting them physically, it had a deeper effect on their minds. This could be likened to showing an image to a computer and giving it a virus that effected the OS.

The second part of the hypothesis is that the Sumer god Enki (largely benevolent in nature in sumer myths) noticed that the Sumerian language was too powerful and could effectively destroy humanity, thus enacting the action that was interpreted as the tower of babel and confusing language across humanity. Saving them from themselves.

I believe the tower itself was an analogy for the language of the Sumer civilization, a language that was inching upon the pure language, the language of eden, used by adam, so powerful that simply creating a name would manifest the thing itself (paradoxically i feel). The Sumerian language got too close to god (i.e. the tower reaching the heavens)

Aaron Bailey
Aaron Bailey

oh shit self checkd

Another thing i find interesting is that there was no genocidal event (as far as historians have learned) to the Sumerians. Yet the Sumerian language did not survive and did not influence preceding languages in history (supposedly because of babel) even though their people did as well as their writing and their documents.

It's interesting because you see the ancient egyptians who wrote in heiroglyphs using stone for religious and political motivations and used papyrus for documentation and informational needs. The papyrus was quickly lost to history. We can discern much about them from their architecture, cities, wall writing, etc. And inversely the Sumerians used clay for everything, structures, writing, etc. And a lot of it, well most of it, was lost to time except for the clay tablets that they hardened in the sun containing important information about their society. It's a very interesting concept learning about a culture from largely their language instead of learning the language from the remnants of the culture. Unrelated but interesting none the less.

Anyway, i'm rambling. Night, anons.

Matthew Barnes
Matthew Barnes

So it's like Sup Forums then?

Blake Russell
Blake Russell

listening to a story about language from a person who start sentences with "so" and "in being so"

Xavier Mitchell
Xavier Mitchell

it's 3am, ride a dick faggot before you go back to r eddit.

Ryder Nguyen
Ryder Nguyen

A tower thousands of years ago probably didn't much higher than 5 stories. Architectural knowledge was shit until the Romans came along.

Lucas Kelly
Lucas Kelly

It is what Globalism is today.

Noah Johnson
Noah Johnson

So essentially the tower of babel = Twin Towers, or the World Trade Organization at the time.

It led to rampant utter degeneracy, and God destroyed it. Great.

Noah Perry
Noah Perry

HAHA

Matthew Phillips
Matthew Phillips

Didn't exist, mistranslation of buildings with "the heavens" painted on their ceilings. The event fractured human languages to stop the neuro-lingusitic virus of Asherah, thanks Enki!

Too bad the jews stole the idea

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