A documentary called “Bible Conspiracies” has generated curiosity by speculating that there might be proof of the biblical account of Noah’s Ark in Iraq. The Bible tells the account of Noah’s Ark, which features a gigantic boat being used to save two of every animal species from a cataclysmic deluge. Additionally, the story goes on to tell how humans started building the Tower of Babel following the deluge. It is said that this tower is the source of all human languages, having been formed when God disoriented the laborers to impede their building and left them unable to communicate with one another. The inhabitants were scattered all over the planet, and the tower remained incomplete.

The program now says that a find in Iraq’s Babylon Province fits this biblical story. The host of the documentary says that the finding of a number of cylinders encircled by burned bricks is the key reason why archaeologists have discovered remnants that correspond with the story of the fabled Tower of Babel.

The documentary’s inquiry goes deeper into the Bible and suggests that, despite popular belief that God destroyed the tower, there may be another explanation hinted at in the text. It alludes to a race known as the Anunnaki, who are said to be angelic creatures assigned to lead humanity. Although these beings may have been called angels in the past, we may now regard them as aliens. The program claimed that these Anunnaki, not God, were to blame for the tower’s collapse.

The video also casts doubt on conventional wisdom on Jesus by suggesting that he might have been mistaken for a contemporaneous Greek philosopher named Apollonius of Tyana. It implies that Apollonius may have been the source of accounts about the life and miracles of Jesus. According to the series, the historical person Apollonius of Tyana had a devoted following and accomplished amazing feats while he was alive.

“Bible Conspiracies” delves into obscure passages in the Bible and uncovers long-forgotten mysteries, such as beliefs regarding the union of Jesus and Mary, the Anunnaki, and prophecies regarding the future.

The documentary presents several interesting theories, but it’s vital to remember that not all academics or theologians agree with its assertions. Interest in and conversation over the historical and archaeological veracity of biblical narratives remain high.