Exodus

Oppressed Slaves

Opressed Slaves

BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW

One example of a fictional literary device occurs with the element of the bricks without the straw which is pointed to as a sign of the tale’s historicity.

7 “You are no longer to supply the people with straw for making bricks; let them go and gather their own straw.      Exodus 5:7

Birth of Moses

Moses in river

Birth of Moses

Innocents were slaughtered in the myths of Sargon, Nimrod, Moses, Jason, Krishna and Mordred as well as in that of Jesus.”  Children are slain or menaced also in the stories of Oedipus, Perseus, Romulus and Remus, and Zeus, some of whose myths include being shut in chests and tossed into a body of water.

Bacchus

Bacchus "was picked up in a box, that floated on the water," and so was Moses.  

Bacchus had two mothers, one by nature, and one by adoption, and so had Moses

Turning Fable into History

Passover

The Fairy Tale Becomes Truth

Notice how many times "God" gave instructions to do the Passover.  This is the same "God" that got the geography and history wrong!

Exodus 12:25-27
When you enter the land which the Lord will give you, as He has promised, you shall observe this rite. And when your children say to you, ‘What does this rite mean to you?’ you shall say, ‘It is a Passover sacrifice to the Lord who passed over the houses of the sons of Israel in Egypt when He smote the Egyptians, but spared our homes.’” And the people bowed low and worshiped.

God Loves Animal Sacrifice

God Loves Animal Sacrifice

Head Chopped Off

God Loves the Smell of Animal Sacrifice???

In accepting this claim, we are also to believe all the mind-numbing and absurd commandments, ordinances and instructions in the Bible on how to behave and prepare the tabernacle and other priestly accoutrements and rituals, including page after page concerning bloody sacrifices of various animals.

The Ten Commandments

Ten Commandment Tablets

 Commandments???  The Hebrew word used (Aseret HaDibrot; Ten the Sayings) clearly means "sayings" or "things."  The Hebrew word is still used today with the same meaning.  The Catholics changed the correct translation to the word "commandments" about 400 years ago.  

The Ark of the Covenant

The Ark of the Covenant

The Ark of the Covenant

Exodus 25 discusses the Ark of the Covenant, including detailed instructions on how to build this gilded and jewel-encrusted box designed to carry around godly energy and objects such as the tablets with the 10 commandments.

Housed in the tent/tabernacle, the ark was used to lead the Israelites in their conquest of the Promised Land, according to the Bible. The ark was utilized also to fell Jericho, carried around the city for six days before horns were blown on the seventh, to take down the walls.

Promised Land FABLE

Promised Land FABLE

Giants in the Promised Land

33 We saw the Nephilim there (the descendants of Anak come from the Nephilim). We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes, and we looked the same to them.”       Numbers 13:33

The Bible contends the Israelites were terrified of “Nephilim” (sg.  נפיל nĕphiyl) or giants occupying the Promised Land, suggested as one reason the chosen sojourned for so long in the Sinai.  These Nephilim are mentioned also in Genesis as the offspring of the “sons of God” (bene Elohim) and “daughters of men.”

Isrealites

Who were the Israelites

Where did the Israelites come from?

“Who were the Semites in Egypt? Can they…

Hyksos and Lepers

Hyksos and Lepers

“This is Manetho’s account [of the Hyksos]; and evident it…

Khazaria

The Carefully Cultivated Myth of the Jewish Race and Jewish DNA

For most people, the…

Samson and pillars

Super-Hero Samson---------------------------------------------

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Seven

There is a frequent occurrence of the number seven in the Isrealite Old Testament.

Conclusion

Conclusion

“In the Hebrew scriptures are many beauties, many excellent…