If you were tasked to write a tale about how all the ancient world was devastated by a natural disaster such that only a few people survived, would you conjure up a global flood which must have covered even the high mounatin ranges of the world such as the Himalayas of central Asia? Ancient Hindus in the shadow of the Himalaya mountains wrote that the flood of Manu covered the entire earth, his family and seeds for planting all that survived, so how could they say such a seemingly preposterous thing while they considered those great high mountains?
As your peruse the Global Flood Legends after googling those words, it’s clear that almost all the ancient people groups have ancestral recollection of a great global flood through which only a few had survived in a vessel landed on a mountain at the close of the flood, yet the ancient Egyptians said that Ra (Atum Re/Adam) only intended to destroy the world by water, the goddess Isis however having supposedly stopped it before it got started, so they are right while the rest of the people groups of the world got it wrong? And why did the Egyptians even say that the flood was contemplated if it never happened?
Isis in reality was the wife of biblical Ham, she having been one of the eight who survived Noah’s Flood, her name in the Bible called Naamah, a daughter of Tubal Cain who opposed God and tried to change the history in the Bible, Naamah having told her listening posterity that the flood never happened because of her power. She brought the rebellious teaching of Cain (who murdered Abel) through the flood, that there is no judgment from the creator God, that the intellect of humankind, the religion of Satan, can provide the answers to all our problems. See real history here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.