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    by Published on 3rd November 2009 08:00
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    There are several female Deities that can lay claim to the title Christian goddess. Mary, the Mother of Jesus/Yeshua, first comes to mind. There is Mary Magdalene the “Goddess in the Gospels” the Church refused to acknowledge as the wife of Yeshua and probably co-Messiah. “Mary” is a Greek pronunciation of the Hebrew name Miriam or Miriamne. There are many theories ...
    by Published on 2nd November 2009 08:00
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    And it came to pass that the Hyksos were expelled from Egypt. Archeologists posit that traumatic event as a possible source of the Exodus legend.

    The Exodus is arguably the most famous of all of the Biblical tales, yet there is no real evidence that it ever actually happened. At least, not the way that the Bible says it did.
    This is not to say that archaeologists have not looked. Many have tried to find some evidence, any evidence to grab onto. Nothing tangible has ever been found. At the very least, one would expect that a large group of people wandering around the desert for 40 years would have left some kind of material evidence. If they did, we haven't found it.

    In contrast, archaeologists have discovered ephemeral hunter-gatherer sites in the Sinai from the Neolithic period. One could expect that signs of the wandering Israelites would be found as well, if there were any.

    So if the Exodus that Jews tell every year on Passover didn't happen, at least as told, where did this story come from?
    One possibility is that it's a fable made up by ancient scribes and priests to give hope to a conquered and exiled people, scattered and thrown to the winds by the Assyrian and Babylonian empires. Another is that there really are kernels of truths hidden deep in the tale.
    by Published on 28th October 2009 07:00
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    Die Witman se Geloof
    Die Hamer van Thor - I

    Deur: Waldor

    Ek het in die reeks “Dawid se Slingervel of Die Hamer van Thor” daarop gewys dat die grondlegging, en die hele geskiedenis van die Christen geloof, nie die ‘Woord van God’ kan wees nie. Die basis van my réde is dat die legio valshede en weerspreking wat dwarsdeur die Bybel gedy, nie vereenselwig kan word met ‘n Onberispelike, Alomteenwoordige, Almagtige Skepper God nie. Verder is die prinsiepe daarin vervat moreel onaanvaarbaar.

    Ek glo dat ek die moontlikheid van “Dawid se Slingervel” empiries uitkanselleer het. Verder het ek in die heel eerste artikel dit baie duidelik gestel dat ek met die alternatief - “Die Hamer van Thor” - nie na ‘n letterlike ‘Thor’ verwys nie maar na die: “...prinsipiële verteenwoordiger van die Aries religieuse begrip en moraliteit – die mitologiese verpersoonliking van die Nordiese karakter.” Daarmee bedoelende, die dieper waardes en betekenis agter die mitologiese verhale. Die Ou Testament is op die beurt die mitologie van die Israeliete en is soos enige mitologie, ‘n verpersoonliking van hulle psige omdat dit ontspring het uit hul moraliteit - soos waar dapperheid en heroïsme daarin gesien word om ‘n klip te slinger wanneer jy uitgedaag word vir ‘n tweegeveg met swaarde, ...
    by Published on 22nd October 2009 07:00
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    Tony Bushby said in his book entitled “The Bible Fraud” that his study to the version of the Holy Bible known as (Codex Sinai), the oldest version of the Holy Bible that discovered in Sinai which was said that it was dated back to the fourth ...
    by Published on 15th September 2009 07:00
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    Genocide of the Holy Bloodline

    By Dan Green

    Just about everything imaginable has been either said or suggested about the biblical figure presented to us as Mary Magdalene. That much we can agree. The most favoured and recent of the many hypothesis is that she was the partner of the historical and biblical figurehead Jesus carrying his child and along with that the continuation of a Holy Bloodline. This Mary figure, who after the biblical account where she was the first to visit the tomb of the rising Christ, simply vanishes from record yet warrants becoming an object of character assassination by the Catholic Church and added to their tarnishing of all things female by virtue of Original Sin propaganda and inventing us the lie that she was a prostitute. This enigmatic Mary must have been a potent female in particular, an actual spiritual Teacher who had a following whose importance may well have been thought better removed in order to satisfy a preferred emphasis on a male Jesus figure to cater for the deep-seated homosexual tendencies that have now been brought to light by the exposure of systematic and covered up Catholic Church child abuse in both USA and Ireland and suspected in many other countries if not all where Catholicism is rooted. That the figure of Mary Magdalene may well have been far more important in history than we could have imagined, eclipsing that of the male Jesus storyline as it is told, may well be one of the better secrets held in relation to her and the mystery attached to Rennes-le-Chateau. Is her connection with blood – menstruation – the one thing a male church hierarchy loathed, to menstruate being ‘men’s true hate’? Was this enigmatic Mary considered such a threat that she was physically removed from accurate recordings of history that would displease the Church, preferring an emphasis on an elevated and deified male Jesus figure? This story line may be some two thousand years ago, but in that time human nature has changed little and powerful women who worry the residing male authority of the day are usually removed, Princess Diana and Benazir Bhutto being two recent examples. Could a pregnant Mary Magdalene have been demised?