Bible, sacred or extraterrestrial text? Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.
The Bible (from ancient Greek βιβλίον, plural βιβλία (biblìa) meaning “books” is the sacred text of the Jewish and Christian religions. It is made up of different books by origin, gender, composition, language, dating and literary style, written in a fairly long time, preceded by a more or less long oral tradition and still difficult to identify, enclosed in a fixed fee from the first centuries of our era. Christianity has recognized in its canon more books by subdividing it into: Ancient Testament, whose texts were written before the “ministry” of Jesus and the New Testament describing the advent of the Messiah.
The word “testament” taken individually means “covenant”, an expression used by Christians to indicate the covenant established by God with men through Jesus and his message. Bible criticism has been questioning for more than a century on the dating of the various works that make up the Bible. Unfortunately, there are mistakes in translation, but fortunately, there are also good researchers among human beings who have come back from original sources to truly understand the meaning of the Bible. The real story of the greatest alien invasion of human history. The Yahweh biblical, what god was, if related to Sumerian stories?
And is the tempting snake instead? Who seems to be judging by stories? I can not do documented parallelism; there are many hypotheses and biblical stories make a young Elohim quite young, or at least less experienced, who has been assigned a land of little importance. An assumption identifies him with ISHKUR, son of Anunnaki Enlil.
Another identifies him with Baal … but I know that I’m just a hypothesis. The snake that has the ground floor will symbolically symbolize studies that go deep and its braided representation reproduces the double helix of the DNA.
What in the official Bible is translated as “the glory of God”, in the ancient Jewish texts, in fact, the term Kewod is used. Let’s say immediately that “glory” (of God) is a concept of not easy to understand: it has different meanings connected to one another and interdependent. The verb from which it derives indicates the concepts of “being heavy, having weight, being honored, being tough”. All the description of the events associated with it and the consequences of its closeness make it think of a flying machine: It moves by producing noise and storm wind; produces smoke and visible flames at a distance; if he passes near a person, he kills him; God can not prevent or mitigate this action; when passes can only be seen from the back and not in front, unless they suffer irreparable consequences; if you protect yourself behind rocks you are saved … These descriptions are too precise to be interpreted as “visions” or as the memory of natural atmospheric phenomena (to which the nomads were definitely accustomed to!); much less can be attributed to a native will to invent some kind of appearance that can astonish the reader: much else was done in this sense in religious literary production. Always in the Bible, the giants or sons of Anak are often cited. For the Bible there were no doubt. Of Anakim or Anak’s sons, the Bible tells us that they were so high that the Jews in front of them were small as locusts. What the official bible has translated as “Angels,” in original texts, is called Malachim.
The term “messengers” means the anti-testamentary descriptions present them as portents, vigils, controllers, performers, intermediaries between the Elohim and man. Theological tradition has transformed them into angelic creatures but there is no doubt that in the Bible there are individuals in flesh and bones eating, drinking, sleeping, walking, getting dirty, washing, being attacked and defending, living in encampments … The word is clearly a functional term that I can not quite say if it belonged to a different type than the Elohim or whether they were just a particular degree within the military hierarchy of that race. Certainly they were not absolutely spiritual creatures. It should also be said that meeting them was not considered a pleasure but, on the contrary, it could pose a risk, including that of dying. The Bible tells us that God (Elohim) dies like all other men – despite having a much longer life than ours. Psalm 82 is clear in this sense: the Elohim die like all Adam, that is, as each one of us. Traditional doctrine can of course not accept this affirmation for which it claims that in Psalm 82 the term Elohim strangely means no more God but “judges”. As for the second part of the question I would say that all the Old Testament is: God is not present in that book. And to reach this conclusion you do not have to access special translations: just read the Bible carefully in your home. In recent years, the Crop circles phenomenon seems to be always associated with the constant presence of UFO.
In those considered authentic, then, from the earliest times, appears the signatures of the Elohim (with the hieroglyph Neteru) or, more explicitly, in response to a talk to us (“talk to us”) that draws the attention of the authors of wheat circles, already appears in 1991 in an ancient Phoenician-Hebrew script in which there is the name Ea / Ptah. Last summer, in Poirino (Turin, Italy), the Ea / Enki rewrite in a crop considered authentic. Are Elohim still trying to communicate with us?
Bible, sacred or extraterrestrial text?
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