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Patterns Of Evidence: The Exodus

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posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 12:19 PM
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originally posted by: Utnapisjtim
a reply to: peter vlar

First let's see how many they were. The Hebrews lived in a small town in the delta of the Nile. There is no archaeological finds to support a city of millions of slaves and their masters, millions more-- in the area. Or in the world as a whole. We can assume they were at top 50-100,000 young and old, male, female, and with their effective slave-bred jungle telegraph they all agreed to leave Eastwards one Passover a few millennia ago and rendezvous at a given place, where Moses had arranged a trap that would give them a head start.

Because of the precession of the equinoxes Passover was mid-summer and monsoon season back in the time of the Exodus, where the Nile would flood because of the West-African Monsoon, and an elaborate system of sluices and floodgates, the annual flooding of the Nile was controlled (they used these dams and sluices for natural irrigation). Moses signalled with his staff to insiders at the floodgates, so they would close them and direct the flooding Nile elsewhere or as the Bible says: "...the waters being a wall to them on their right hand and on their left." Thus the 'Sea of Reeds' became the 'Field of Reeds' or 'Paradise' to the Egyptians.

The Ankh was actually 'Key of the Nile' and it was a real key, used to open and close gates along the Nile and direct the water from pasture to pasture to exploit the life-giving source that made the whole of Egypt green, not just a thin line against the Nile, but the whole area was lush and green. In his prophecies Thoth says: "Egypt will be forsaken and desolate" -- In the latter days, Egypt will have become lifeless desert. As it is today.

Anyway, Moses et al crosses the field, signals again by raising his staff to his agents by the gates, and the gates open and the Egyptian soldiers are smashed to smithereens and are washed away.


And knowing their town was in the Nile delta, perhaps the dilligent optimist could envision a side effect of Moses' diverting the flooding raging Nile-- perhaps one could entertain the possibility of Gosen being completely washed to the sea and that's why their traces are so hard to follow beyond Babylon and onward?




posted on Jun, 28 2014 @ 06:47 AM
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Update from email.


The writing team is finishing the film’s companion book that will be released under the same title: Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus. Graphics, Illustrations and editing is underway and it will be available in both digital and printed form. Separate notice will be sent to you once the book is complete later this year.

Our plan calls for a film release in 2015. This will likely include a limited theatrical run in specific markets as well as digital distribution through online partners (e.g. Netflix, Amazon, etc.) and direct sales (DVD, etc.) through our website and others.

Following the theatrical release, our plan calls for expanding the scope to include television, web and multiple educational markets


So, 2015 it will be avilable. The book sounds cool, though I hope they do better than Ken Burns books, which mirror his docs, exactly, and are somewhat boring after watching the docs.

There's also a video, with the full link as I'm not sure the embed works. www.youtube.com...

edit on 6/28/2014 by TheSpanishArcher because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 28 2014 @ 07:00 AM
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a reply to: bjarneorn

You are excreting ignorant rants.

You do not know what you speak of.

Do you know what a Mezuzah is?

If you are going to criticize something, make sure you know it!





 
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