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41. Were Abraham, Joseph, and Moses Located in the Old Kingdom? (Letter) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History XI:1 (Jan 1989) Home | Issue Contents Letters Were Abraham, Joseph, and Moses Located in the Old Kingdom?Juergen Friede I want to inform you about my theses regarding the topics "Were Abraham, Joseph, and Moses Located in the Old Kingdom?" (C &AH, X/2 ), and the Exodus and Conquest. Although I was long convinced about the revised chronology, I now believe it is better to use the conventional chronology, especially in order to clarify these themes. Abraham The historical background of Abraham's time does not fit the First Dynasty (c . 3050-2859 B.C .) ...
42. Plagues and Comets [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: God's Fire, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER ONE Plagues and Comets Disbelief in the Book of Exodus, for the modern educated person, begins with the fantastic story of the infant Moses' survival and salvation in the bulrushes of the Nile, advances through Moses' encounter with the Burning Bush whence speaks Yahweh, ascends rapidly with the plagues of Egypt that follow his threats as Yahweh's messenger, and reaches a climax in the parting of the waters to let the Israelites escape and the closing of the waters upon the Egyptians. Thereafter the incredulous reader can only sigh as one after another lesser miracle occurs - water from tapping a rock with a wand ...
43. Rethinking Hatshepsut [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1999:1 (Jul 1999) Home | Issue Contents Rethinking Hatshepsut by David K. Down Some 50 years ago Dr Siegfried Horn identified the Egyptian princess who drew Moses out of the water as Queen Hatshepsut of the XVIII dynasty. He did so by synchronising biblical chronology, I Kings 6:1 , which dated the Exodus to about 1445BC, with the then standard Egyptian chronology date for Hatshepsut from 1504 to 1482BC. The alignment was pleasing. Hatshepsut was Egypt's greatest queen, she built a beautiful temple at Deir el Bahri and she had no sons to succeed her. At the time it seemed a good idea but with advancing ...
44. The Cloud of Jehovah [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... :24) were also overlaid with gold, and the Altar was overlaid with copper (Exodus 27:2 ). This assemblage occupied an area of some 5000 square cubits (Exodus 27:18)- totally foreign to its nomadic context. From the time of its completion the Tabernacle was a focal point of remarkable phenomena: So Moses finished the work. And the cloud began to cover the tent of meeting, and Jehovah's glory filled the tabernacle. And Moses was not able to go into the tent of meeting, because the cloud resided over it and Jehovah's glory filled the tabernacle. [Exodus 40:33-35]* The Cloud subsequently dictated the movements of the ...
45. Catastrophe and Divine Fires [Books] [de Grazia books]
... to the comet: could there be another cause of all the disturbances? What was the fate of the comet? Figure 6. On Eagle's Wings "You have seen what I did to the Egyptians, how I bore you on eagle's wings and brought you to me." Ex. 19-4 (The Torah: The Five Books of Moses, trans from the Masoretic text. Philadelphia: Jewish Publications Society, 1962) Cf. Deut. 32: 10-3. The cometary images are of Comet Swift-Tuttle (1962) III, NASA, op cit., 29. WHOSE ANGEL? It is said that the Israelites were frightened in their Exodus by the sight of the Angel ...
... sent some that could swim, and bid them bring the cradle to her. When those that were sent on this errand came to her with the cradle, and she saw the little child, she was greatly in love with it, on account of its largeness and beauty; for God had taken such great care in the formation of Moses, that he caused him to be thought worthy of bringing up, and providing for, by all those that had taken the most fatal resolutions, on account of the dread of his nativity, for the destruction of the rest of the Hebrew nation. Thermuthis bid them bring her a woman that might afford her breast to the child ...
47. The Gold of Exodus by Howard Blum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1998:2 (Mar 1998) Home | Issue Contents The Gold of Exodus by Howard Blum (Hodder & Stoughton, 1998) The gold of the title is that supposedly left buried or lying about near Mt Sinai or Moses' Mountain by the Israelites, following the incident of the Golden Calf and the making by Bezalel and Oholiab of the Ark of the Covenant. Whether the protagonists of this strange adventure story, Larry Williams and Bob Cornuke, find any gold I shall leave to readers to learn for themselves. The story is told and embellished by a journalist with direct access to them, their printed versions and several official documentary ...
48. Akhenaten as Moses [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:2 (Sep 2001) Home | Issue Contents Akhenaten as Moses Ahmed Osman Summary This speaker summarised the main evidence used in support of his thesis that Akhenaten was in fact Moses, ruling Egypt prior to his departure. Akhenaten's motives, and some details of his religious beliefs were examined. Content Before the middle of the 19th century, essentially nothing was known of Akhenaten. However, it was known from the Old Testament that Moses had been born in Egypt. Manetho, writing in the 3rd century BCE, mentions that Moses was an Egyptian king around the time of Amenhotep 3. So it is reasonable to enquire whether the account of ...
49. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Four [Books]
... affect the inhabitants of the highlands and the lowlands. See also Apr. p.550." The relevant section of Colson's Appendix note, referred to here, reads as follows: "In De Abrahamo' Philo says that the Book of Genesis tells how fire and water wrought the greatest destructions on what is on the earth. In Moses' ii.53, speaking of the punishment of the wicked, he says that the most forceful elements in the universe, fire and water, fell upon them, so that as the times revolved some perished by water, others by conflagration. He then mentions the deluge itself and continues at a later time when the race sprung ...
50. Shamir [Journals] [SIS Review]
... crude apparatus designed to give electric shocks, to incinerate uninitiated interlopers and anyone foolish enough to touch it. This idea may have a connection with the pillar of smoke or fire that apparently accompanied it. In the Bible the Ark is ambiguous in some ways but it does not appear to exhibit sinister properties. For instance, Exodus 40 says Moses was commanded to place the Ark within the tent of the Tabernacle (a sort of portable temple) and cover it with a veil - of blue, purple and red. In 40:20 Moses placed the testimony into the Ark, while in 40:34 a cloud covered the tent of the congregation and the glory of the ...
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