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Seven Noahide Laws

Ancient Greek

Noah has often been compared to Deucalion, the son of Prometheus and Pronoia. Like Noah, Deucalion is a wine maker or wine seller; he is warned of the flood (this time by Zeus and Poseidon); he builds an ark and staffs it with creatures – and when he completes his voyage, gives thanks and takes advice from the gods on how to repopulate the Earth. Deucalion also sends a pigeon to find out about the situation of the world and the bird returns with an olive branch.

Epic of Gilgamesh

The Mesopotamian Epic of Gilgamesh, composed about 2500 BC, contains a flood story almost exactly the same as the Noah story in the Pentateuch, with a few variations such as the number of days of the deluge, the order of the birds, and the name of the mountain on which the ark rests. What is particularly noticeable is the way the Genesis flood story follows the Gilgamesh flood tale "point by point and in the same order", even when the story permits other alternatives. Many scholars believe that Noah and the Biblical Flood story are derived from the Mesopotamian version, predominantly because Biblical mythology that is today found in Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Mandeanism shares overlapping consistency with far older written ancient Mesopotamian story of The Great Flood.

The Ogygian flood

The Ogygian flood is so called because it occurred in the time of Ogyges,a king of Attica. The name "Ogyges" and "Ogygian" is synonymous with "primeval", "primal" and "earliest dawn". Others say he was the founder and king of Thebes. In many traditions the Ogygian flood is said to have covered the whole world and was so devastating that Attica remained without kings until the reign of Cecrops.

Plato in his Laws, Book III, argues that this flood had occurred ten thousand years before his time, as opposed to only "one or two thousand years that have elapsed" since the discovery of music, and other inventions. Also in Timaeus  and in Critias he describes the "great deluge of all" as having been preceded by 9,000 years of history before the time of his contemporary Solon, during the 10th millennium BCE. In addition, the texts report that many great deluges have taken place during the nine thousand years" since Athens and Atlantis were preeminent.

Hebrew Bible

The fictional story of Noah's Ark is told in the Hebrew Bible in the Genesis flood narrative.

It appears that the fictional story of Noah is an adaptation of an earlier account from either Hellenic or Mesopotamian historical sources. It has been enhanced and expanded upon in an attempt to legitimise Hebrews biblical writings. According to the Talmud a God (Yahweh) is said to have given a binding set of laws to all of humanity known as the 7 Noahide Laws, and then at another time given a different set of laws to Moses, the 10 commandments which only applies to Jews. Accordingly, any non-Jew, who adheres to the seven Noahide laws, is regarded as a righteous gentile and is assured of a place in the world to come.

According to Judaism, the 613 commandments given in the written Torah, as well as their explanations and applications discussed in the oral Torah, are applicable to the Hebrews, Israelites and Jews only, and non-Jews are bound only to observe the so called seven Noahide laws.

According to Jewish law and teachings the Noahide laws are derived exegetically from the six commandments which were allegedly given to Adam in the Garden of Eden by a God (Yahweh), and a seventh precept, which was added after the Flood of Noah. 

The Hebrews have taken the highest maxims in law e.g. prohibition of murder, and have created two categories of moral codes. One category of moral code is the 613 mitzvot (commandments), which includes the 10 commandments in the written Torah and are applicable to only Jews. The other category of moral code is the Seven laws of Noah that according to the Hebrews are applicable to non Jews.

Semitic religious leaders having considered themselves to be chosen by a deity (Yahweh) for a purpose, such as to act as the deity's (Yahweh) agent on earth have created an imbalance of moral imperatives by claiming that the seven Laws of Noah do not apply to Jews, and Jews must only adhere to the 10 commandments. 

           Seven Laws of Noah
               (according to Jews)
        (applicable to non Jews only)  

  1. The prohibition of idolatry.

  2. The prohibition of murder.

  3. The prohibition of theft.

  4. The prohibition of sexual immorality.

  5. The prohibition of blasphemy.

  6. The prohibition of eating flesh taken from an animal while it is still alive.

  7. The requirement of maintaining courts to provide legal recourse. 

        The 10 Commandments
               (according to Jews)
        (applicable to the Jews only)

  1. Thou shalt have no other gods

  2. No graven images or likenesses

  3. Not take the LORD's name in vain

  4. Remember the sabbath day

  5. Honour thy father and thy mother

  6. Thou shalt not kill

  7. Thou shalt not commit adultery

  8. Thou shalt not steal

  9. Thou shalt not bear false witness

  10. Thou shalt not covet

According to Jews the seven laws of Noah only applies to humanity (non Jews) and prohibits committing murder this includes not killing Jews.

The 10 commandments in the Torah that only apply to Jews states; Thou shall not kill. This commandment implies Jews cannot kill other Jews, but allows the killing of non Jews.

Here are three commandments from the 613 commandments found in the written Tora which not only allows killing non Jews but demands it! 

  • 596: Destroy the seven Canaanite nations .
  • 597: Not let any of them alive
  • Deut. 25:19 — Wipe out the descendants of Amalek.


Mosheh ben Maimon, called Moses Maimonides and also known as
 RaMBaM, was a pre-eminent medieval Arab, Spanish, Sephardic Jewish philosopher, astronomer and one of the most prolific and influential Torah scholars and physicians of the Middle Ages. He was born in Córdoba (present-day Spain), Almoravid Empire on Passover Eve, 1135, and died in Egypt on December 12, 1204. He was a rabbi, physician, and philosopher in Morocco and Egypt. 

Maimonides explains that the commandment of killing out the nation of Amalek requires the Jewish people request the Amalekites to accept the Noahide laws and pay a tax to the Jewish kingdom. Only if they refuse must they be physically killed.


The Talmud laid down the statutory punishment for transgressing any one of the Seven Laws of Noah as capital punishment by decapitation, which is considered one of the lightest of the four modes of execution. According to some opinions, punishment is the same whether the individual transgresses with knowledge of the law or is ignorant of the law.

United States Congress

The Seven Laws of Noah were recognized by the United States Congress (which is a corporation) in the preamble to the 1991 bill that established Education Day in honour of the birthday of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the leader of the Chabad movement:

It seems what Jesus told the Jews was correct in the following passage found in the Christian bible:

(John 8:44) Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. 

The Torah teaches and allows murder and the genocide of Mankind (non Jews) and enslavement through taxation. 

According to Maimonides all humanity must obey the Seven Laws of Noah and pay a tax to the Jewish kingdom.

What is the Jewish kingdom?

The Jewish kingdom is essentially a statutory legal system that is designed for non Jews. It is based on the seven Noahide laws along with the financial system that lends money at interest.

What is the definition of Humanity? By defining the word MONSTER we get a definition for humanity.

What is MONSTER?

Definition of MONSTER (Blacks Law Dictionary). A prodigious birth; a human birth or offspring not having the shape of mankind, which cannot be heir to any land, albeit it brought forth in marriage.

Jews do not consider themselves to be a party of Humanity, monsters. They considered themselves to be chosen people by a deity for a purpose as to act as the deity's agent on earth.

Jews consider humans to be animals, and they have a word for it. The word is Goy or Goyim.  Goy means unclean and is the disparaging term for a non-Jew one looks like on the fold of cattle. Amazingly the word cattle can even be found phonetically in the word Catholics, Cathol (Cattlic)

Jurisdiction of the Roman Courts:

The western Roman canon law system is essentially based on the jurisdiction of the Noahide laws which is referenced in Unam Sanctam. Unam Sanctam references 'human creature' be subject to the Roman Pontiff.

There seems to be three jurisdictions in the Roman canon law system.
  1. Commercial maritime jurisdiction (where the defendant is assumed to represent an artificial person through a commercial name)
  2. Full admiralty jurisdiction (where the defendant is assumed to be a thing floating in the sea)
  3. Noahide jurisdiction. (where the defendant is assumed to be an animal (goyim)

It seems plausible that, in the Jewish account of the flood, the animals that Noah loaded into the ark refers to humans. According to Jews, humanity must observe the so called seven Noahide laws and pay a tax to the Jewish kingdom or be killed. 
God Yahweh is a fictional name for God. 

By believing in Jesus Christ you are enslaving yourself to a statutory legal jurisdiction being the seven Noahide laws.  

The system of statutes, courts, government and money, is dependant on the vast majority of non Jews believing in the Jewish account of God and Gods laws which are all, in fact, a fiction and appears to be based on Hellenic history. 

The laws allegedly given by Yahweh to mankind were already known. A fictional God named Yahweh did not give any laws to mankind. 

The Hebrews claim of Yahweh, giving laws to the Hebrews is also not true.