So right now, I'm watching Woodward TVs upload for today about "What You Need To Know About THE DRAGON TIAMAT And PLANET X". In it, he references how the first part of Genesis is really a science/history lesson on the creation of Earth (the actual creation, opposed to how the solar system came into play and how the earth really got life). And it got me thinking, as he quoted the Sumerian events that destroyed the planet Tiamat that created Earth and the Moon when Tiamat became the Asteroid Belt.
And it got me thinking how Mr. Wallis said in my other thread that Jacob &Esau are a tale of humanity.. In Mr. Wallis' videos where he discusses Jacob & Esau (and in the Bible if you've read that), we learn that Esau was rough, a little unruly and untamed, but Jacob quelled Esau with food (and tricked him). Jacob thought he was the Rightful Heir. And I realized how much that summarized story has in common with Marduk (as Nibiru) conquering Tiamat to eventually make Earth, which spawned life on Earth. Jacob, as we know, became Israel and was the father of the 12 Tribes of Israel - which the Bible says is where all humans on Earth will spawn from.
Most ancient cultures have similar stories, as well. All legends of Maui could be a Marduk/Tiamat story - he stole fire from a god and used it to create life - with ancient cultures often saying "fire" equals "life" because fire allowed them to survive cold winters and to cook food so they could survive. Ancient Etruscan creation story also resembles that, only in that case it's the goddess Diana who, fuming from rejection of The Light, "cut the earth from under mens footprints" and shoved that in an ox's bladder, filled it with mice, and literally blew it up until it became the Earth and the Earth's atmosphere. - aka she took a planet that her people walked on and blew it to pieces to make the Earth and the atmosphere with rain.
So do you guys think Jacob & Esau could be another version of Nibiru/Marduk vs Tiamat? I'm very much in favor of Mr. Wallis's theory that Esau could have been the first of what we call Sasquatch or Yowie. But maybe that scenario so closely resembled Marduk/Tiamat already that the Bible editors decided to just lump those two Jacob & Esau theories into one? (Or whoever edited that story in genuinely just didn't know what it was about).