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11. The Hidden Language of the Bible [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. X No. 3 (Summer 1985) Home | Issue Contents IMPORTANT NEW PUBLICATION The Hidden Language of the Bible For the first time in the history of Biblical research, a complete re-creationof the original and hidden Script of the five Hebrew books of the Bible. After 10 years of investigation, researcher Thierry Gaudin demonstrates conclusively the existence of an original literary substructure beneath the text of the Hebrew Holy Writ. Purposely hidden under the outer layer of the Torah lies the original language and legacy of a people: THE ASTRONOMICAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN CIVILIZATIONS. This unearthed language, which was the exlusive property of a priestly class, is the original ...
12. Habiru and Hebrew [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the habiru in the El Amarna letters with the Hebrews under David in the First Book of Samuel [2 ]. If their arguments are correct, the resultant fixed point in the New Chronology invalidates both the conventional account and Velikovsky's Ages in Chaos [3 ]. The word Hebrew ( 'ibri / ibrim) is used extensively in the Bible at many periods. The word habiru is particularly found in the Akkadian (cuneiform) El Amarna archives of the late 18th Dynasty, where it refers to marauders or guerilleros of some kind in Palestine. (A presumed equivalent word - generally signifying itinerant workers - is found in Egyptian language texts at various periods.) The particular literary ...
13. The Bible Unearthed by Israel Finkelstein & Neil Asher Silberman (Book review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2002:2 (Feb 2003) Home | Issue Contents The Bible Unearthed by Israel Finkelstein & Neil Asher Silberman The Free Press, Simon & Schuster, 2001 Phillip Clapham Written by a leading archaeologist and a historian of note, this book is an up-to-the-minute window on Iron Age stratigraphy. Finkelstein is often quoted by Bob Porter and, to get a proper perspective of Finkelstein's radical redating, it is useful to have some of Bob's articles at hand (e .g . Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology', C&CR 2002:1 , p. 14 and The Iron Age and the New Chronology' in JACF:8 ...
14. Squaring the Circle -- An Esoteric Tradition? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History VIII:2 (July 1986) Home | Issue Contents INTERACTION Squaring the Circle- An Esoteric Tradition?M.D . Stern The problems of Egyptian chronology that have been analyzed so brilliantly by Velikovsky [l ] seem to be based on a dispute as to the relative historic merits of the Bible as opposed to the Egyptian priest-historian Manetho of the third century B.C . It is a common assumption since the 18th century of Enlightenment that the Bible is essentially inaccurate and confuses myth with a dim recollection of historical events, and therefore cannot be relied upon. On the other hand, classical authors are assumed to be objective reporters of ...
15. A Brief Summary of the Evidence for a Gap in the Bible and Much Earlier Dates for Many of its Major Events [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Proceedings of The Second Seminar of Catastrophism and Ancient History (1985) Home | Issue Contents A Brief Summary of the Evidence for a Gap in the Bible and Much Earlier Dates for Many of its Major Events Tom Chetwynd Why Reconsider the Evidence?Opinion about the dating of certain major events in Hebrew history is so deeply rooted, so firmly established, that none of the new archaeological evidence (which only comes to light piece by piece, fragment by fragment) has been able to shake it. It is firmly held, for example, that the Hebrews did not enter Canaan until after 1400 B.C . When it was finally determined that the walls of ...
16. Conclusion [Books] [de Grazia books]
... not burnt."[1 ] This kind of "why" stood behind my undertaking this book and has, I hope, conveyed my reader rewardingly through its pages. The work is now finished, with its details fitted into its major parts and there assembled into the whole. Some 3500 years ago, the area subject to the Bible came under an extra-terrestrial force, apparently a great comet, which, amidst the destruction that it wrought, set into motion the human characters whom we have come to know well: Moses, the Pharaoh, Aaron, and especially the Israelites, who were shaped into a chosen people. The experiences of this people contained the material of ...
17. A Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis, Part Two [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the work of authors who had very little knowledge of Egypt and matters Egyptian [1 ]. As Professor Yahuda explains, Egyptology failed to provide a solution, not because the Egyptian element was lacking but "only because after the rise of the Graf-Wellhausen school some of the leading Egyptologists accepted its theories without having sufficient knowledge of Hebrew and the Bible to enable them to take any initiative in these questions" [1 ]. Due to the fact that the average Egyptologist could find no more than occasional connections between Hebrew and Egyptian because of a lack of expertise in Hebrew, they simply took it for granted that Egyptology had very little to yield for the study of the Bible, ...
18. The Levites and the Revolts [Books] [de Grazia books]
... range of occupations, but now caught up in a xenophobic, anti-semitic period and forced to supply corvées and employ birth-control. It is not surprising to learn that the Book of Exodus, as befits a historical work of those times, has much in it of the popular Egyptian language [2 ]. The some three million souls that the Bible asserts left Egypt are far too many. It is not that aggregated tribes of 500,000 or even more have never moved long distances; they have. The Cimbri and Teutons migrated in this number over a period of years at the end of the second century B.C . from the North Sea region to southern France and ...
19. Introduction (In the Beginning: God) [Books]
... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God I Introduction The Bible begins with the Book of Genesis. The Book of Genesis starts with a group of cosmogonic myths, that is, myths dealing with the subject of genesis' proper: the coming into existence of man and his world. This monumental mythological introduction is followed somewhat abruptly, by a mass of comparatively much weaker folk-loristic anti pseudo-historical material which purports to describe the beginnings' of the Jewish people. This latter material though interesting from many points of view is outside the pale of this book. To the discussion of the former from new angles ...
20. Sidelights on Velikovsky's 'Ages in Chaos' [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... comet that inspired Suriel seems to have been the one that prompted Giovanni Alfonso Borelli's discovery of the parabolic forms of comet paths in 1665. 2. Amalek The second chapter of Ages in Chaos argues, in my belief conclusively, that the barbaric conquerors of Egypt called by Greek historians the Hyksos were actually the wild tribes from Arabia whom the Bible terms Amalekites. Perhaps the most famous kingly name among the Hyksos was Apop. Apop II was the last of their dynasts to hold the throne at their capital city Avaris. Velikovsky feels confident that the name is merely a variant of the Amalekite Agag, the name of the last of their dynasts in the book of Samuel. However ...
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