no argument but like you said, Noah had to heed Water AT THAT TIME/AGE.
notice you did not try to say that Water has hierarchal supremacy.
Between earth, water, air and fire, there is no hierarchy between them. EACH have their 'moments'. Everything has their moments.
But you know human folly has us looking at hierarchal arrangements as FIXED/ETERNAL.
Hierarchy causes ones to FOCUS on water. When you do that, you de-emphasize the importance/significance of the other elements...you disaffirm the other elements.
Keep in mind, even with your example, WATER was not ABSOLUTELY SUPERIOR because the wood (earth) of the ark was able to OVERCOME the water. the AIR that they breathed was able to overcome the water. And their bodies still metabolized which means that FIRE overcame the water.
Water only ruled outside the ark at that time. Water only ruled the Earth at that time, but not the entire Universe. As long as that water did not turn to ice, FIRE (sol) still had power over the water. See, it can be a goose chase trying to assign kingship to components. And that is precisely my point.
In the scheme of white/male supremacy, where is their premise that whites and males are only temporarily superior. As far as that doctrine, white/males are ALWAYS superior anywhere in the known universe.
Indigenous do not hold ANY ONE THING as absolutely superior. That is a poisoned implementation from semitic/monotheistic indoctrination.
There is no ONE GOD...there is ALL GOD.
One for all and all for one. That is a Ma'atic statement. and that is a Ma'atic truth.
Why not ask me to PROVE what I say?
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