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... xxvi. 1;2 . xxvii.1 ; 2; 3. xxviii. 1; 2; 4. xxix. 3; 5. DEUTERONOMY iii. 9; 19. THE BOOK OF ENOCH vii. viii.xxi.2 . lii.2 . lx. lxv. 1. lxxxix. 1; 2. THE KORAN xi. 141; 149; 156; 194; 196.lii. 173. liv. 139; 196. cv.196 EXODUS iii., 3. x. 19. xiii. 21. xiv. THE SIBYLLINE ORACLES iii. 83; 94. iii. 103.iii. 796.THE BOOK OF ADAM AND ...
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... 4 successors of Mohammed - Omar, Othman and Ali, as well as the latter's son Hussein, progenitor of the Shiite imams -the Moslem expansion was not stopped by the Arab blood feud that had to follow each assassination [63]. As there are good reasons to place the birth of Mohammed in AD 544 [64], the Koran was probably created shortly after 600. On their conquest, the Persians got to know, and accept, the Koran. This is the easiest explanation [65] for why we do not know the actual Koran but only its revision of the early 10th century. It also explains why, in the early 10th century, coins depicting ...
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13. Big Bang [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , which is central to modern cosmology, I agree with Gregg Easterbrook who wrote in The New Republic of last October 12; ". .. for sheer extravagant implausibility, nothing in theology or metaphysics can hold a candle to the [Big] Bang. Surely, if this description of the cosmic genesis came from the Bible or the Koran rather than the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it would surely be treated as a preposterous myth." Cardona Offers: But the theory did come from a religious work. Here's a short selection from Chapter 1 of GOD STAR by yours truly: Begin quote: In fact, even that so-called pillar of astrophysics, the Big Bang Theory ...
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14. The Tide, Part 1 Venus Ch.3 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... the darkness was at the Red Sea.(5 ) When the world plunged out of darkness, the bottom of the sea was uncovered, the waters were driven apart and heaped up like walls in a double tide.(6 ) The Septuagint translation of the Bible says that the water stood "as a wall," and the Koran, referring to this event, says "like mountains." In the old rabbinical literature it is said that the water was suspended as if it were "glass, solid and massive."(7 ) The commentator Rashi, guided by the grammatical structure of the sentence in the Book of Exodus, explained in accordance with Mechilta ...
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15. Velikovsky's Water Mountain(s) [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... :// In Worlds in Collision (1950), Velikovsky mentions the following items in connection with his discussion of the Israelite Red Sea passage: "The Septuagint translation of the Bible says that the water stood "as a wall," and the Koran, referring to this event, says "like mountains.". (WiC p. 72) [One water mountain may be the Red Sea and the other the Mediterranean.]. The Midrashim contain the following description: "The waters were piled up to the height of sixteen hundred miles, (WiC p. 72) ...
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... Seventh Century And The Dark Ages In the seventh century- the Dark Middle Age in Europe- the embers of long-extinguished fires suddenly blew hot in Arabia. An illiterate camel driver, who till then had worshipped the planet Venus,[10] felt in himself the spirit of the Lord's messenger, and his orations- the suras of the Koran- already in the next generation were carried by the sword of conquest to Morocco and to India. Of ancient times Mohammed (570? -632) knew only what he heard at random at the gates of the rabbinical schools of Medina, and this was confused in his mind- Miriam, sister of Moses, was for him ...
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17. SIS Study Group 17th June 2000 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... were sometimes sentenced to 100 lashes not intended to be fatal and in recent times foreigners had received 100 strokes for alcohol-related offences in Saudi Arabia and survived. Perhaps here, too, the meaning was not literal, the Judge being required to set a fair number of stripes according to the crime, and no more. JC said in the Koran 40' was used, as with Moses, to define some periods in the life of Mohammed, so was regarded among Muslims as a holy number. There seemed to be an element of this in the OT references. The 40-year eras were mostly those which might be regarded as ordained by God, or under his overall stewardship. ...
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... than to challenge such a perfect science by recourse, horribile dictu, to the Scriptures as a historical document. That Worlds in Collision contains much folklore, or "old wives' tales," was not so ludicrous as the fact that it brought the Old Testament back into the debate. The citation of passages from the Vedas, the Koran, and Mexican holy books was not so insulting as quotation from the Hebrew Bible. It is irrelevant that this book is among the most ancient of written literary documents in existence. As the theologian believes with blind faith that the Scriptures contain only truth, that their authorship is from God, and therefore, that every verse in them ...
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19. The Female Star [Journals] [Aeon]
... conventionally dated to 2046-2038 B.C .) and shortly thereafter in the sacred marriage hymn of Iddin-Dagan (c . 19 74-1954 B.C .) . In ancient Persia, Venus was identified with the voluptuous goddess Anahita, viewed as an agent of war and fertility. [10] A vestige of these beliefs is apparent in the Koran, which describes the transfiguration of a young woman into the beautiful star Zohra, the latter being the Arabic name for Venus. [11] As Puhvel points out, related accounts name this young woman Anahid. [12] The same basic idea is found among the aboriginal peoples of Siberia, where the Yakut knew the planet by ...
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20. Catastrophism! CD: Your help needed [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Mysteries of Egypt (7 points). Charles Horne: Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: Vol. 1 Babylonia & Assyria Vol. 2 Egypt Vol. 3 Ancient Hebrew: The Earliest Remains & The Talmud Vol. 4 Medieval Hebrew; The Midrash; The Kabbalah Vol. 5 Ancient Arabia; The Hanged Poems; The Koran Vol. 6 Medieval Arabic, Moorish, and Turkish Vol. 7 Ancient Persia Vol. 8 Medieval Persia Vol. 9 India & Brahmanism Vol. 10 India & Buddhism Vol. 11 Ancient China Vol. 12 Medieval China Vol. 13 Japan Vol. 14 The Great Rejected Books of the Biblical Apocrypha. Note that due to copyright ...
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