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... organisation are much more in accordance with general Semitic practice.) The creative and revolutionary period in Israelite religion was that of the Exodus and the desert wanderings. "The desert era was the creative and formative period of Israel's political and religious history, and this development was fomented and led by a revolutionary religious spirit, no doubt that of Moses. Such evidence has brought leading scholars of the present day to a new recognition of the scope of the Mosaic revolution. Under Moses, Israel came to worship a new God. Yahweh was a righteous and living God among the capricious and dying gods of the Near East. He was cosmic in power and abode. He possessed no ...
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... Nile River was blood. Locating and studying the English translation of the papyrus by Alan Gardiner, he was struck by the fact that the papyrus seemed to be a description of a great natural disaster. To Velikovsky, however, it appeared to be more than that. He believed he had found an Egyptian version of the plagues described by Moses in the Old Testament Book of Exodus. "All the waters that were in the river were turned to blood," Moses had written. "The river is blood," Ipuwer concurred. Moses wrote that "the hail smote every herb of the field, and brake every tree of the field." Ipuwer lamented, " ...
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103. The Biblical 40-Years Periods [Journals] [SIS Review]
... carefully before use. Unfortunately, probably because verification may seem impossible, this premise is generally ignored by both conventional ancient historians and revisionists. Key building blocks in all chronologies and revisions of Old Testament (OT) history are the 40-year reigns accorded in the Bible to Saul, David and Solomon and the three 40-year periods in the life of Moses. So far as I am aware, all the chronological revisions presented in SIS publications have included David and Solomon with reigns of 40 years, as stated in the OT. One or two contributors have questioned the likelihood that both kings would rule successively for exactly 40 years. If Saul is also allotted a 40-year rule as indicated in ...
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... its present form. Heaven and Earth were in labor And in labor was the crimson sea The water of the earth had Reddish reeds. From the stems mist arose From the stems flames arose And through the flames a youth ran forth. He had fiery hair And even his beard was aflame And his eyes were little suns.. - Moses of Khoren Given the location of the Armenians upon the high plateau overlooking Anatolia, Iran and the Semitic world, it is not at all surprising to find that the pre-Christian Armenian pantheon was an amalgam of various religious concepts drawn from among those of the people around them. Thus, while some of their deities were manifestly Iranian in origin ...
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105. Knowing the Gods [Books] [de Grazia books]
... not conduct himself so, so that he did once but now does not. All sects lay down (that is, their gods lay down) rules for encounters. It is unthinkable that a Christian could conceive of his god going about raping women as Zeus was inclined to do. On the other hand, Yahweh, the god of Moses, delighted in the killing of enemies both foreign and domestic; at least so says Moses in numerous cases, as when the heresy of the Golden Calf is discovered, and the Lord's order is "slay every man his brother, and every man his companion, and every man his neighbor." Three thousand Israelites were killed that ...
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106. Out of Egypt [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:1 (May 2000) Home | Issue Contents Out of Egypt .osman/ A book by Ahmed Osman (Email: Although the Israelites, and in particular Joseph and Moses, played so significant a role in Pharaonic Egypt, this role - apart from certain events which are graphically recorded in the Old Testament - remains curiously shadowy and confused when the Hebrew scribes eventually set down in writing what had been an entirely oral tradition. The result is that the chronology of the Old Testament is wildly at variance with the chronology of the written Egyptian records, and ...
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107. Solomon and Sheba [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ]. Labour gangs were levied and worked in relays in Lebanon felling timber for his building projects (I Kings 5:13f.). This was a bitter dose for freeborn Israelites to swallow. The prophet Samuel had warned of the hardships if they opted for a king to rule over them (I Samuel 8:11-18). Moses had predicted that a future king of Israel might cause the people wrongfully to return to Egypt in order to multiply horses' (Deuteronomy 17:16). Ultimately, it was the corvée that made Israel rebel against Solomon's son, Rehoboam, who had threatened My father made your yoke heavy, but I shall add to your yoke ...
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108. Critique of David Rohl's A Test of Time [Journals] [SIS Review]
... to the reign of Ammenemes III and integral to David Rohl's flood/famine theory. Similarly, there is no pressing reason to link Joseph and Ammenemes III as contemporaries on these or like grounds. There is however, yet another fundamental weakness in Rohl's position which presents dates unsympathetic to his idea that Joseph should be linked to Dynasty XII. Moses and the Exodus Chapters 12 and 13 of A Test of Time project the notion that Moses was closely associated with the Pharaohs of Dynasty XIII and a list of 37 kings is presented (p . 280) stretching from -1632 (for some reason [Dudi]mose is listed as king 36 at the foot of p. 281) ...
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109. The Patchwork Pentateuch [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... censuses, it may be derived from them via Flinders Petrie's argument. The average elef in Petrie's scheme was between 9 and 10 but that included women and children. Salkeld needs the military element for his argument to work; it would be unfortunate if it had crept in by unwarranted extension of the term for family'. Salkeld considers that Moses required military training to organise an Exodus of over 25,000 souls and also to make him - younger son in a junior tribe - an acceptable leader. From my own reading of the Old Testament I am struck by the amazing lack of emphasis on primogeniture. Israel (Jacob) was a younger son. He in turn gave ...
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110. Avaris and the Land of Goshen [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... sites of Tell el-Dab'a, Kantir, Kataaneh etc. They commanded the route that lay from Sile Westwards across the Delta, but they were badly situated to repel an Asiatic invasion from both the Sile entrance and the Wadi Tumilat Route. Manetho gave us further confirmation of this North Easterly Deltaic position for Avaris, when he recounted the story of Moses Osarsip and the 80,000 unclean.6 As the result of some advice from a seer, King Amenophis segregated all of the unclean' that could be found in Egypt. He then had them placed in the quarries TO THE EAST OF THE NILE'. It is here presumed that these quarries were thdse in Gebel El Lahmar ...
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