Yeah, there's some synchronicity there too, in the Egyptian, as well as in the Indian and Chinese and Polynesian, etc. They're all connected, in my view (or are meant to be connected). If, from nowhere else, isn't that also what's coming through to you from this message board? Segestan and Perseus' excellent points notwithstanding, I think Gene has made some brilliant deductions as to the dispositions of our earliest ancestors, and his also connects nicely into Atlantean fable and the deductions others have made in an even wider scope . . .
>>Looking for inner truth in the Old Testament is a laborious process, and not worth the effort, IMO. There's simply too much BS in it, and the pearls are few and far between and couched in double-speak. Unless you are doing it for scholarly reasons, it's a waste of time because there is so much available in other sources regarding the inner teachings of the spiritual path. Sources that pretty much lay it right out. This is a different age, and we don't worry about secrecy and persecution, or decoding dusty old books.<<
No, mine is a spiritual reason. But I don't look for inner truth in the Bible. There isn't any there. The inner truth, paradoxically, is in me. What I KNOW I see REFLECTED in the Bible. Partly. And part of what I know I see reflected in your words as well. The rest is coming.