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    the stones of Israel still stand as ancient witnesses that testify to the truths in the Bible




    Archaeology: Digging for the Truth of the Bible





    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWawV...eature=related

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    Revealing God's Treasure

    from the works of late Ron Wyatt



    Lo and Behold the Ark of Noah





    Lo and Behold Sodom and Gomorrah





    Lo and Behold the Red Sea Crossing





    Lo and Behold Mount Sinai





    Lo and Behold the Ark of the Covenant

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    I wish the main stream media would pick up on the story of Ron Wyatt it is truly amazing.
    His son's have returned to Isreal and share some interesting updates.


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    Well I guess it`s more important will Lady Gaga will emerge from egg shell or will she wear a beefsteak again than to view that there are some that actually physically found all that was written about in Bible...

    It`s modern today to trash all that contains truth in order to make people sleep further...
    Love, love and see what happens!

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    Well I guess it`s more important will Lady Gaga will emerge from egg shell or will she wear a beefsteak again than to view that there are some that actually physically found all that was written about in Bible...
    Welcome Back Beren ; )


    people want entertainment and drama... not boring old Bible stuff

    do you have a link to Gaga in an egg lol

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    it's no secret that Abraham Isaac Jacob (Israel) and their wives are buried in the Cave of Machpelah in Hebron




    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_of_the_Patriarchs

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    Well I guess it`s more important will Lady Gaga will emerge from egg shell or will she wear a beefsteak again than to view that there are some that actually physically found all that was written about in Bible...
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    people want entertainment and drama... not boring old Bible stuff

    do you have a link to Gaga in an egg lol
    Lordy, anyone who could consider the bible boring hasn't read it.

    Just to say - I don't doubt the bible as a history book, or as containing some great spiritual truths. However I doubt that the above will prove the existence of Jesus or that he died for people's sins - which is fundamental to the organised religion of Christianity.

    Am looking forward to watching them.

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    Quote Posted by Teakai (here)
    Lordy, anyone who could consider the bible boring hasn't read it.
    I agree again... it's a juicy read ; )

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    Lordy, anyone who could consider the bible boring hasn't read it.
    I agree again... it's a juicy read ; )
    Me too. I love fictional accounts of people, written hundreds of years after they died.

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    Lordy, anyone who could consider the bible boring hasn't read it.
    I agree again... it's a juicy read ; )
    Me too. I love fictional accounts of people, written hundreds of years after they died.
    you can watch the clips above with the tin foil hat on ; )

    it's not even evidence up there but proof positive that many of the stories in the Bible is actually archaeological confirmed

    if you don't even take the time to watch them... then stick to you're faulty faith that the Bible is fiction
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    the stones of Israel still stand as ancient witnesses that testify to the truths in the Bible [....snip]
    Red, my ol'friend,

    I watched the first portion of the video in your opening post. I had to stop listening after the first 30 minutes. Dr. Patton is misconstruing the facts to fit his hypothesis - as do all fundamentalists Christians.

    One must first recognize that the Bible is actually two separate books. Dr Patton (at least in the first thirty minutes of the video) is addressing the Old Testament, so I'll address my comment to that book of the Bible. (please note: there are just as many arguments regarding the New Testament - the entire book is filled with holes.)

    Dr. Patton states in the first few minutes of the video as part of his argument against modern archaeological conclusions that "archaeology has proven the Israelites were never in Egypt".

    There is no truth to this statement. This is a misconstruing of the facts.

    The archaeological record indicates that the Hebrew people were never SLAVES in Egypt.

    The Egyptian record is filled with references to a foreign Semite people who were immigrant workers in much of the four thousand year history of Egypt. There is, however, not a single hieroglyph - anywhere in Egypt - depicting these 'Habaru' (the Egyptian name for these Semite people) as ever being slaves. Hieroglyphs have even been discovered depicting the circumcision ritual. These Habaru people were simply foreigners who came to Egypt to work and eventually assimilated into the Egyptian culture.

    They assimilated so-much-so, that by the twelfth dynasty one of these Semite foreigners became Pharaoh. His name was Amenemhat I.

    The interesting thing about Amenemhat I is:
    • He came from the city of Ur.
    • He was married to his half sister who was barren.
    • Before becoming Pharaoh, Amenenhat sold his half-sister/wife to the previous Pharaoh, Mentuhotep IV.
    • Mentuhotep bestowed great wealth and lands on Amenemhat's half/sister wife, allegedly because of her great beauty.
    • After a period of time, (it is alleged) Amenemhat murdered Mentuhotep IV and became Pharaoh himself.
    • He was the first of (what the Egyptians called) the [Hyksos] Pharaohs, and his rule as Pharaoh began the twelfth dynasty.
    This is the record as depicted in stone carvings discovered in Egypt over the past one hundred and fifty years (or so). These discoveries are in direct conflict with the 'story' depicted in the Old Testament.

    The next fact Dr. Patton misconstrues is regarding the alleged "Exodus" of the Israelites from Egypt.

    There is no doubt there was a mass exodus of these Habaru peoples from Egypt.

    Therefore, there will no doubt be artifacts discovered throughout the Sinai Peninsula depicting such a migration.

    By the end of the eighteenth dynasty, like Jews the world over, the Egyptian people had become quite tired of these occasional [Hyksos] Pharaohs. So-much-so that Pharaoh Tuthmosis IV was run-out of Egypt.

    So, all of the evidence of "Moses" wandering in the wilderness is true and accurate with one big exception:
    • Moses was the disposed Pharaoh Tuthmosis IV.
    • His Hebrew 'nation' was the disposed Habaru that traveled with him.
    • And of course, the Old Testament was simply a fairy-tale story created by the Levitt Scribes to justify the 'stealing of a nation' - Canaan.
    • The alleged forty years of wandering was nothing more than the amount of time it took for these 'wandering Jews' to come-up with the fairy-tail so that they could justify their actions.
    It has also been speculated by several researchers that the reason the Egyptians were so 'pissed-off' at Tuthmosis was because he had stolen an ancient artifact from his adopted country before he bolted.

    The dimensions of the Ark of the Covenant (as depicted in the Old Testament) very closely match the dimensions of the empty sarcophagus in the Great Pyramid of Cheops.

    According to many researchers this particular pyramid was (quite possibly) an ancient hyperdimensional weapon - predating even ancient Egyptian history. If this were the case, than this Ark would have been a critical component of that hyperdimensional weapon. An assumption that exactly matches the description of that device the Israelites were carrying around with them in the wilderness.

    The history of civilization is much more complex than a four thousand year old interpretation that was created for political purposes. The lie is different at every level of secrecy.

    Everything I've said here is covered in countless books on the subject. All one need do is put-down the Alice-in-Wonderland book called the Holy Bible, and do the research !!!

    As always (and as my signature states), wishing you Love.... for eternity....
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    Zeitgeist pt 1.

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    Thank you MoSh187, this was most interesting.
    Elliott Nesch has certainly taken the time to go through the the religious parts of the Zeitgeist movie.
    Now we just have to wait for the debunker of the debunker's debunker.....

    Thank God I'm brought-up in a 'pegan family', so I could find God within myself and in all-that-is,
    without distraction of any dogmatic religion .
    It has blessed me with an open mind ....

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    Thank you MoSh187, this was most interesting.
    Elliott Nesch has certainly taken the time to go through the the religious parts of the Zeitgeist movie.
    Now we just have to wait for the debunker of the debunker's debunker.....

    Thank God I'm brought-up in a 'pegan family', so I could find God within myself and in all-that-is,
    without distraction of any dogmatic religion .
    It has blessed me with an open mind ....

    Much love, Johanna

    keep in mind I don't endorse religiousness or hypocritical righteousness that the christian faith has become. But if you're going to debunk the bible or any religion... do it with truth and not lies.

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    Quote The Mount Judi is the most important mountain in Kurdish folklore and along with Mount Ararat is one of the mountains that is thought to be the final resting place of Noah's Ark.

    In Kurdish mythology Patriarch Abraham is considered to be a Kurd. He was from the present day of Kurdistan and his place of birth is located in historic Kurdish city of Ruha (Urfa). It is still one of the holiest places in Kurdistan and in Kurdish folklore... link
    also the highest elevation Salt lake in the world...

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    Quote Posted by heyokah (here)
    Thank you MoSh187, this was most interesting.
    Elliott Nesch has certainly taken the time to go through the the religious parts of the Zeitgeist movie.
    Now we just have to wait for the debunker of the debunker's debunker.....

    Thank God I'm brought-up in a 'pegan family', so I could find God within myself and in all-that-is,
    without distraction of any dogmatic religion .
    It has blessed me with an open mind ....

    Much love, Johanna

    keep in mind I don't endorse religiousness or hypocritical righteousness that the christian faith has become. But if you're going to debunk the bible or any religion... do it with truth and not lies.
    Which reminds me of one of Oscar Wilde's quotes:
    “Truth, in matters of religion, is simply the opinion that has survived”

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    Quote Posted by heyokah (here)
    Quote Posted by MoSh187 (here)
    Quote Posted by heyokah (here)
    Thank you MoSh187, this was most interesting.
    Elliott Nesch has certainly taken the time to go through the the religious parts of the Zeitgeist movie.
    Now we just have to wait for the debunker of the debunker's debunker.....

    Thank God I'm brought-up in a 'pegan family', so I could find God within myself and in all-that-is,
    without distraction of any dogmatic religion .
    It has blessed me with an open mind ....

    Much love, Johanna

    keep in mind I don't endorse religiousness or hypocritical righteousness that the christian faith has become. But if you're going to debunk the bible or any religion... do it with truth and not lies.
    Which reminds me of one of Oscar Wilde's quotes:
    “Truth, in matters of religion, is simply the opinion that has survived”
    quotes are fine... but facts are more tangible.

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    Quote Posted by heyokah (here)
    Quote Posted by MoSh187 (here)
    Quote Posted by heyokah (here)
    Thank you MoSh187, this was most interesting.
    Elliott Nesch has certainly taken the time to go through the the religious parts of the Zeitgeist movie.
    Now we just have to wait for the debunker of the debunker's debunker.....

    Thank God I'm brought-up in a 'pegan family', so I could find God within myself and in all-that-is,
    without distraction of any dogmatic religion .
    It has blessed me with an open mind ....

    Much love, Johanna

    keep in mind I don't endorse religiousness or hypocritical righteousness that the christian faith has become. But if you're going to debunk the bible or any religion... do it with truth and not lies.
    Which reminds me of one of Oscar Wilde's quotes:
    “Truth, in matters of religion, is simply the opinion that has survived”
    quotes are fine... but facts are more tangible.
    Dear MoSh187,

    You are right.
    An apple is definitely an apple, that's a fact.... is it???? LOL

    Let's leave it at this....

    Back to topic!
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    Quote The Mount Judi is the most important mountain in Kurdish folklore and along with Mount Ararat is one of the mountains that is thought to be the final resting place of Noah's Ark.

    In Kurdish mythology Patriarch Abraham is considered to be a Kurd. He was from the present day of Kurdistan and his place of birth is located in historic Kurdish city of Ruha (Urfa). It is still one of the holiest places in Kurdistan and in Kurdish folklore... link
    also the highest elevation Salt lake in the world...
    and only 20 miles from there...

    Quote Standing on the hill at dawn, overseeing a team of 40 Kurdish diggers, the German-born archeologist waves a hand over his discovery here, a revolution in the story of human origins. Schmidt has uncovered a vast and beautiful temple complex, a structure so ancient that it may be the very first thing human beings ever built. The site isn't just old, it redefines old: the temple was built 11,500 years ago—a staggering 7,000 years before the Great Pyramid, and more than 6,000 years before Stonehenge first took shape. The ruins are so early that they predate villages, pottery, domesticated animals, and even agriculture—the first embers of civilization. In fact, Schmidt thinks the temple itself, built after the end of the last Ice Age by hunter-gatherers, became that ember—the spark that launched mankind toward farming, urban life, and all that followed.

    Göbekli Tepe—the name in Turkish for "potbelly hill"—lays art and religion squarely at the start of that journey. After a dozen years of patient work, Schmidt has uncovered what he thinks is definitive proof that a huge ceremonial site flourished here, a "Rome of the Ice Age," as he puts it, where hunter-gatherers met to build a complex religious community. Across the hill, he has found carved and polished circles of stone, with terrazzo flooring and double benches. All the circles feature massive T-shaped pillars that evoke the monoliths of Easter Island... link...

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