What are the odds that the ancient Hindus, Norsemen, Aryans, and Greeks would have the same patriarch listed in their ancient ancestries, unless you believe the history laidout in the book of Genesis? An ancient ancestor of the Hindus was Japeti, who was a son of Manu (Noah), and Djapatischta was an ancient ancestor of the Aryans of Central Asia, while Iafeth and Iapetos were names of an ancient ancestor of the Saxons and Greeks (only because they didn’t use the hard j sound).
This is the Japheth of the Bible, a son of Noah, whose name and destiny could therefore obviously not have been dreamed-up by jewish shepherds in Judea circa 600 B.C., as is opined and propagandized by humanistic scholars of the darwinian way, because Japheth was an ancient ancestor to those seemingly disparate people groups, from India to Iceland, many centuries before the alleged concoction of the book of Genesis circa 600 B.C. by the Jews, rendering the big lie being foisted upon us by mainstream academics glaringly apparent indeed.
And the ovewhelming archaeological and etymological evidence that all of the history written is Genesis, except the six days of creation, was recorded by real eyewitnesses, succinctly explained in article #13 at http://GenesisVeracity.com, renders moot the specious assertions of the mainstreamers that the Bible is myth, so consider all this, and know that the Bible is the most accurate and broad book of ancient history ever written, because almost all of it is eyewitness accounting.