1 Noaḥ was the son of Lemeḵ, the son of Methushelaḥ, the son of Ḥanoḵ, who was taken up with his city that they might minister unto those in the flesh who sought a higher law than was available to them on the earth.

2 Now the birth of Noaḥ was after this manner: While his father Lemeḵ was journeying toward his home from preaching the besorah among the sons of men, most of whom had rejected his testimony, a messenger of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 appeared unto him and saluted him, saying, Hail Lemeḵ, thou favored one of Elohim, for according to the promise of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 Elohim to thy father Ḥanoḵ, thou hast been chosen to be father to him though whom the seed of man will be preserved through the great flood which Elohim will send upon the earth in judgment, for all the sons of men have gone astray through the corruptions of those messengers who fell from among the shamayim and mingled their seed with the daughters of men and begat sons of great strength and mighty wickedness.

3 Yea, these have caused all flesh to corrupt their way before 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄; wherefore they shall be destroyed, save thy son who shall be the seed of the future generations.