Muhammad Biography Bible History Online Images and Resources for Biblical History Roman Gods and Goddesses Roman Gods and Goddesses In the beginning Roman gods were considered divine manifestations, faceless, formless, and powerful. The idea of gods as anthropomorphized beings came later, with influences from the Etruscan and Greek pantheons. The Romans worshipped a main pantheon of 12 Gods called Dii Consentes: six gods and six goddesses: Jupiter, Juno, Minerva, Vesta, Ceres, Diana, Venus, Mars, Mercurius, Neptunus, Volcanus, and Apollo. 12 Around 1 Geometry of Creation Roman and Greek God Comparisons Greek Gods and Goddesses Gods with Wings, especially those with chariots, denote Ancient Aliens as mythological gods and goddesses. ShareThis
Aboriginal Hebrews Black Hebrews? The very words cause many people to grin at what appears to be simply a play on words. No one reads about such people in european authored history books and there are only a few references to "Ethiopian Jews" in white Jewish sources. Their story begins with the Patriarch Abraham (2117-1942 B.C.), a native of the Sumerian city of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia. It has been confirmed that the ancient Sumerians were akin to the modern Black Dravidians of India. This truth is grossly neglected, suppressed, and distorted in most European and American historical texts which are flavored with race prejudice. Biblical history relates that the descendants of Abraham, namely Jacob (Israel) and his twelve sons and their wives, 70 in all, migrated from Canaan to Egypt around the year 1827 B.C. This astounding number of people in so short a time can only be adequately explained by intermarriage between the family of Jacob and the native Egyptian populace. Dr.
Family tree of the Greek gods Key: The essential Olympians' names are given in bold font. See also List of Greek mythological figures Notes External links Media related to Family trees of Greek mythology at Wikimedia Commons Most ancient Hebrew biblical inscription deciphered, scholar says A breakthrough in the research of the Hebrew scriptures has shed new light on the period in which the Bible was written. Professor Gershon Galil of the Department of Biblical Studies at the University of Haifa has deciphered an inscription on a pottery shard discovered in the Elah valley dating from the 10th century BCE (the period of King David's reign), and has shown that this is a Hebrew inscription. The discovery makes this the earliest known Hebrew writing. The significance of this breakthrough relates to the fact that at least some of the biblical scriptures were composed hundreds of years before the dates presented today in research and that the Kingdom of Israel already existed at that time. Prof. A breakthrough in the research of the Hebrew scriptures has shed new light on the period in which the Bible was written. Prof. Prof. The contents of the text express social sensitivity to the fragile position of weaker members of society. English translaton of the deciphered text:
Virgin Births (Mythology) Miraculous births are a common element in historical literature and religious texts. Stories of miracle births often include miraculous conceptions and features such as intervention by a deity, supernatural elements, astronomical signs, hardship or in the case of some mythologies complex plots related to creation. Dharmic Mythology Hinduism In the story of Krishna the deity is the agent of conception and also the offspring. This is occasionally brought up as evidence for the hypothesis that "virgin birth" tales are a fairly common phenomenon in non-Christian religions around the world. However, there is nothing in Hindu scriptures to suggest that it was a "virgin" birth. In the Mahabharata epic, Karna was born to Queen Kunti by the deity Surya, before her marriage to King Pandu. However, some Hindus believe that when the emanations of the Supreme Being are pratyacsha, or obvious to the sight, they become sacara, or embodied. Buddhism Birth of Buddha
Zionism Research - The French Connection - Fighting Criminal Zionism Virgin Birth or Virgin Conception? Sacred Name of God YHVH YHWH Tetragrammaton Yahveh Yahweh Yeshuah Yashuah Yahushuah A "Bible Revelations" Presentation - Created 1998, updated November 9, 2013 Why were the Sacred Names removed from the Scriptures? - 7000 times in the Old Testament and 1000 times in the New Testament? Copyright note Click here to read copyright note. Bible Translation Version - Click here for information of Version used here Introduction The use of the Sacred Name by Commentators, preachers and in special Sacred Name Bible publications, have been rapidly increasing over the last few decades. According to Jewish Orthodox tradition, the Sacred Name is not to be uttered and accordingly, the form "G-d " is used in writing or printing. With due respect to our Jewish readers and to the Almighty, we teach and print the Sacred Name for the following reasons, which we feel do override all other considerations: YAH or YAHU Obscure Preservation of the Sacred Name 'YAHU' Hebrew personal names have meanings, and many such personal names have throughout time, been linked to the Sacred Name YAHU.
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The Book of Jasher Sacred-textsApocrypha Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel Faithfully Translated "Is not this written in the Book of Jasher?" This is one of the apochrypal Books of Jasher. There is also another spurious Book of Jasher, published 1750, in which Jasher is treated as the name of the author. This text covers much of the same ground as the traditional Mosaic books of the Bible, from the creation of the world to the death of Moses, albeit with several minor variations.