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11,975. But Yahweh only appears in the Hebrew Bible. His name is nowhere to be found in Canaanite texts or stories. So where do the Israelites find their God? (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Hebrew & God) Bible’s Buried Secrets 1/2
12,014. It was the beginning of an epic story. The flight of the Hebrews from Egypt. God’s intervention was a turning point in the Bible. One man – Moses – was chosen to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt. (Moses & Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew & Israel) Who Was Moses? Discovery Channel
12,015. No such evidence has emerged of a mass wandering of Hebrews. (Moses & Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew & Israel) ibid.
12,016. The plagues ... could have been natural phenomena. (Moses & Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew & Israel) ibid.
12,017. In the original Hebrew Bible they crossed the Yam Suf, or Sea of Reeds. (Moses & Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew & Israel) ibid.
12,018. A 2000-year-old rock carving found on the plateau. (Moses & Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew & Israel) ibid.
12,032. Every newborn Hebrew manchild shall die. (Moses & Ten Commandments & Hebrew) The Ten Commandments 1956 starring Yul Brynner & Anne Baxter & Charlton Heston & Edward G Robinson & Yvonne De Carlo & Debra Paget & John Derek & Sir Cedric Hardwicke & Vincent Price et al, producer & director Cecil B DeMille
28,418. A voyage by ancient Hebrews even before the time of Christ is the foundation for an entire religion ... Israel 600 B.C. Two thousand and ninety two years before Columbus ... So strong is the Central Band’s [Cherokee] belief that they have Jewish ancestry and origins in ancient Israel they set out to prove it by blood ... New Mexico state archaeologist David Eck has led more than his share of people into the Los Lunas desert etched with the ten commandments in what appears to be Paleo-Hebrew ... The stone has been subject to vandalism. (United States & Native American & Hebrew & Jewry) Who Really Discovered America?
58,178. If the [Merneptah] Stele is correct, then it establishes that Hebrews were living in the Promised Land – the land of Israel – by 1211 BCE. Therefore the Exodus must have taken place prior to this date. There is no other mention of Israel or Hebrew slaves in the Egyptian records. (Israel & Hebrew & Bible & Old Testament) Biblical Mysteries Explained: Exodus
58,186. In ancient Egypt the goddess Isis was the personification of wisdom. Pharaoh Akhenaten changed the worship to himself as he proclaimed himself Amen-Ra, the sun-god. The word Amen at the end of a prayer spawned from the praise given to Amen-Ra. From there the Hebrews left Egypt and travelled north to the Middle East where they encountered the Canaanites who worshipped the god of Saturn - El. The merging of these three gods became the name of the land today which is known – Isis – Ra – EL or Israel. 90% of Judaism is based around the worship of Saturn. (Israel & Isis & Hebrew) Ben Stewart, Esoteric Agenda
58,384. Why did the Hebrew authors of the Bible omit all of the important historical names of Egyptian pharaohs? Why did they mix up historical fact with myths and legends? The big question is, What did they have to hide? Researchers of both Bible and Egyptian history have concluded that the Hebrew authors of the Bible covered up the fact that the Hebrews and Egyptians shared the same royal blood-line. But why? Why the cover up? (Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew) Ring of Power
58,385. They worshipped Egyptian gods. Followed Egyptian laws. And violated Jewish-Hebrew laws. This meant they had to hide their Hebrew identity, not just from the Egyptian people but from the Hebrew people as well. They had to keep their royal Hebrew-Egyptian identity and their worship of Ah-men hidden with royal power circles and secret societies, just as they’ve done to this day. (Bible & Old Testament & Hebrew) ibid.
58,435. But the Hebrew word, the word timshel – ‘Thou mayest’ – that gives a choice. It might be the most important word in the world. That says the way is open. That throws it right back on a man. For if ‘Thou mayest’ – it is also true that ‘Thou mayest not. John Steinbeck, East of Eden