Antarctica and Imprisoned Fallen Angels from the Book of Enoch. (Dr.
Michael Salla) On March 14, Israeli News Live published a provocative story titled “The Fallen Angels Imprisoned in Antarctica and are still Alive.” The commentator, Steven Ben-Nun, analyzed the apocryphal Book of Enoch, which describes the experiences of Enoch, a pre-deluvian biblical figure, who was taken into the heavens to witness and play a key role in a major celestial conflict.
Related Corey Goode Update: Antarctic Ice Shelf Destabilized as Race for Ancient Alien Artifacts & New Weapons Heats UpSource - Exopolitics by Dr. A meeting place for myth, imagination, and mystery in pop culture. A brief but interesting item in this post.
In keeping up with ongoing elements and developments in biblical studies I came across a blog I hadn't read before. It included a post titled "Lilith in the Bible and Jewish Folklore. " Readers may have heard of Lilith from Jewish folklore with the idea that she was Adam's second wife. But this post takes another approach after considering a mention of her in the book of Isaiah, chapter 34 (Jerusalem Bible translation): Wild cats will meet hyenas there, the satyrs will call to each other, there too will Lilith take cover seeking rest.
After some discussion of the various instances where Lilith is mentioned in different cultures and time periods, the author notes that she appears in ancient Babylonian and Assyrian contexts. Related posts: "Jewish Monstrosity" "J. "Timothy Beal: Religion and Its Monsters" Horned Humans. This appears to be probably one of the most controversial artifacts in existence, and certainly not one that medical science can easily explain away.
The skull is said to have been discovered in France between 1920 and 1940, but its current whereabouts are unknown.
The Sistine Secrets: Michelangelo's Forbidden Messages in the Heart of the Vatican. Not only Sodom and Gomorrah... Ancient star wars in Uzbekistan, fulgurites, tektites... Flood Stories from Around the World. He stories below are flood stories from the world's folklore.
I have included stories here if (1) they are stories; (2) they are folklore, not historical accounts or fiction by a known author; and (3) they involve a flood. In most borderline cases, I included the story here anyway. For example, one story (Hopi) tells of a flood which was avoided and never occurred. My method for collecting these stories is simply to collect every flood story I find. I have omitted a few extremely fragmentary accounts, such as sources that say "These people have a legend of a flood in which most people were killed" and little or nothing more. Within each continent or region, stories are grouped by language family. I am sure there are many more flood stories which could be included here. Vogul: After seven years of drought, the Great Woman said to the Great Man that rains had come elsewhere; how should they save themselves.
Samoyed (north Siberia): Seven people were saved in a boat from a flood. Mongolia: The Ancient Pagan Origins of Easter. Easter Sunday is a festival and holiday celebrated by millions of people around the world who honour the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred three days after his crucifixion at Calvary.
It is also the day that children excitedly wait for the Easter bunny to arrive and deliver their treats of chocolate eggs. Easter is a ‘movable feast’ which is chosen to correspond with the first Sunday following the full moon after the March equinox, and occurs on different dates around the world since western churches use the Gregorian calendar, while eastern churches use the Julian calendar. So where did this ‘movable feast’ begin, and what are the origins of the traditions and customs celebrated on this important day around the world? Christian’s today celebrate Easter Sunday as the resurrection of Jesus. Image source . Most historians, including Biblical scholars, agree that Easter was originally a pagan festival.
Godfrey of Bouillon: Leader in the First Crusades and Ruler of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Godfrey of Bouillon was a medieval Frankish nobleman best known for his role as one of the main leaders during the First Crusade.
Osiris & Christianity - The Christian Adoption of Egyptian Iconography, Symbolism, and Myth. Mithras and Jesus. See also Mithras and Christianity.
In certain sorts of literature, the claim is made that Jesus is merely a copy of Mithras. A series of statements are made about Mithras - born of a virgin, had a last supper, died, resurrected, etc - which do make him seem identical. This portrait of Mithras is entirely misleading. Dead Sea Scrolls, Essenes.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are a collection of just under 900 documents, including texts from the Hebrew Bible, discovered between 1947 and 1956 in eleven caves in and around the ruins of the ancient settlement of Khirbet Qumran on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea in Israel.
The texts are of great religious and historical significance, as they include the oldest known surviving copies of Biblical and extra-biblical documents and preserve evidence of great diversity in late Second Temple Judaism. They are written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, mostly on parchment, but with some written on papyrus. These manuscripts generally date between 150 BCE and 70 CE.