DROWNING NOAH’S ARK: 10 Things That Russell Crowe’s Movie Got Terribly Wrong

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Stained glass depiction of Noah's grandfather who gives Noah tea in the film.

Stained glass depiction of Noah’s grandfather who gives Noah tea in the film. Source: Wikimedia

According to Genesis, Noah most certainly did not drink any hallucinogenic tea to help himself hear God. In fact, Noah’s shaman grandfather wasn’t really involved in the original story, and God’s plans of the flood were revealed to Noah directly, without any assistance from any drugs or hallucinogens.

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