• Well, the most comprehensive source of Nimrod's personal history is Jasher 7. However, like any ancient writing (including the bible), while it is probably true, it is also probably heavily tainted by point of view. For examples, Atum, the one creative force of Egyptian myth, rose from the waters and produced all life; Itheoun (Eden), the norse goddess who held the golden apples of eternal youthfulness; The biblical account of creation; the Qurranical notion of "when you were but a clot of blood, I knew you" and so on. True? yes. But to what extent? Were we ever "a clot of blood?" Was Eden a garden, a woman, a goddess? you can find Jasher chapter 7 at this link:
  • Nimrod was a grandson of 'Ham', 1 of Noah's sons...

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