Here we are in 2023 and back at the Tower of Babble. Because of the internet, our languages are no longer confounded. It is easier than it's ever been to communicate with others who are of a different language. I have many tenants who come from other countries and don't know our language, and I use the translation button on my messaging app to understand them and get my point across. How much longer before God scrambles the languages again?
There must be some things that God doesn't want us to know about; otherwise, why would he care about a simple tower? We've sent rockets into the sky, and they've never reached heaven. What about the technology that supposedly got astronauts to the moon? How could that get lost? What about all the ridiculousness about going to Mars? According to "experts," it would take 21 months to get there, and then you would have to wait another three months to come back so that the earth is in a suitable location for the rocket's trajectory. How much fuel would it take to travel that far and back? If an electric vehicle can only drive about 300 miles on one charge, batteries won't work as a fuel source. If they can't reach the moon anymore, how do we expect them to get to Mars? Did the people building the Tower of Babble have more technology than we do now? I won't lie; I don't believe any of it. One day everyone will wake up and realize that the government spews its propaganda to control the information people receive. We wouldn't have the story about the Tower of Babble if any of it were true. God knows what will happen in the future. The enemy has a purpose for his lies; confusion is part of his game. Start reasoning in your mind the things you hear and compare them to the truths of the Bible. If it doesn't make sense, don't believe it. Pray for discernment.
Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the LORD scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth. Genesis 11:9