Noah, who experienced God firsthand, passed away when Abrahm was 58 years of age. Having dwelled at the Shem’s and Noah’s residence, and studied at the Institute of Shem and Eber, Abrahm cannot be the founder of monotheism. Furthermore, most of the eastern belief systems are equally Abrahmic, as they originate from Abrahm’s six children he sent the east, who became heads of various nations. However, in our generation, none of the belief systems are following Abrahm’s path. Moreover, regardless of the level of our observance, the length of our beard – color, size, and shape of our head coverings or clothing, and the number of times we, daily, pray, or bow up and down – no one is “shielded” by Abrahm’s covenant. As “the shield” refers to an ‘Immune’ system. It is mentioned that people idolized, followed, and worshiped various types of entities. However, Abrahm, from the age of 3, refrained and even broke the idols. Similarly, from an early age, we are all exposed to figures we idolize as role models – in all sorts of media. We continuously replace them as we grow with other actors. As programmable species, this condition molds our brain through neuroplasticity and could shape our perceptions towards the values, biases, interests, and positions of our idols. Akin, a navigation system that does not notice a GPS disconnection, we follow the leads blindly, as we all – including the leaders – lack a valid frame of reference, to examine the validity of the directions. What shielded Abrahm was the acknowledgment that he must listen to the intuition of his wife. Following Abrahm’s path, obviously would not necessarily make sense for us rationally. However, a truly faithful person would at least give it a try. Since Proverbs 3:13 – 3:19 identifies a notable biological difference in our innate moral faculty, declaring women’s Moral Navigation System as superior.