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7 years ago
EltonJ
The best i can do is a word style analysis. I have to compare it to other writings of Pontius Pilate. To actually go to the Mosque of St. Sophia to observe the document, I have to kidnap my brother, finagle a flight to Istanbul, and then ask the mullahs at the Mosque of St. Sophia to see the document. Then we'd have to translate it ourselves and then compare it with a word style analysis. Si
Forum: History
7 years ago
EltonJ
India has a stronger influence on Judaism than people realize. I have a hypothesis that Moses led my ancestors into India during the 40 year exile. I base my Hypothesis on a couple of suggestions: The hindus call Moses "Mousa" or something to that effect. I came across that while investigating Jesus' travel during his lost years. There has been an exchange of ideas between the exil
Forum: History
7 years ago
EltonJ
This is from a letter sent to Caesar Tiberius from Pontius Pilate on the Arrest, Trial, and Crucifixion of Yahushua ben Yosif. These manuscripts are written in fifty volumes, each volume is two by four feet and is made available for reading only upon special permission and a small fee. Submitted to the Mt. Zion Reported Dec. 1971 by Donald N. Liedmann, M.D., Ph.D. Valleus Paterculus,
Forum: History
8 years ago
EltonJ
Actually that particular chapter is wierd. What you have here is a case of the Relief Society President and the First Counselor in the First Presidency go up against their brother. Read the chapter very carefully. It's actually about Stress. :)
Forum: History
8 years ago
EltonJ
Higgs Boson always has been a mirage. Mass will be explained eventually, though. Elton.
Forum: Science & Space
7 years ago
EltonJ
Yay! Someone who is inquisitive. Michael Rood's talk about Mount Sinai: It's sensational, though. The scholarly work isn't bad, but it isn't the best either. The only reason why Jebel al-Lawz is a strong candidate for Mount Sinai is that there are petroglyphs there that suggest that there was a cult worshiping the Apis Bull at that location. Here is a link to New Testament scripture from ma
Forum: Mysteries
7 years ago
EltonJ
I've read documents written by Pilate and translated into English on the physical description of Jesus in his report to Emperor Tiberius Caesar. copies of that report is found here: My question is: given Pilate's first hand account, why did you ignore it?
Forum: Mysteries
7 years ago
EltonJ
I wouldn't say that the Great Pyramid is a model of Mount Sinai, since Mount Sinai is in Arabia.
Forum: Mysteries
7 years ago
EltonJ
Someday, the Children of Israel in Axum will bring the Ark of the Covenant to other 12 Tribes.
Forum: Mysteries
7 years ago
EltonJ
Well, you could check other sources as to Joseph's Historicity. There's an ancient city that they uncover and recover every year in the Nile Delta. But if you are so bent on disbelieving the story of Joseph, I doubt you'd look into it.
Forum: Mysteries
7 years ago
EltonJ
You were asking if Manetho said that Imhotep or Djoser started hewn stone technology. I think you got a lot of answers on this site, and I don't know where to begin to add my interpretation. I need to study on this question. :)
Forum: Mysteries
8 years ago
EltonJ
Weren't the Basque people actually descended from Phoenician traders? Oh, and Tarshish is mentioned in the Bible -- Tartessos actually.
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