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Originally posted by cpr12r
I think I remember one from a while back. I didn't get to see the whole program on the history channel cause it ended pretty late. i saw about half of it.
Originally posted by 00PS
The bible is full of symbolism and such imagery as revolations could be talking about a dragon or my current host nation China...who really knows...
Originally posted by cpr12r
Last night I saw a program on the history channel and it talked about how a lot of events in the bible could have been ufo's.
1. Eleisha(sp?) etting brought away from earth in a fiery chariot and dissapearing
2. When Jesus is going up to heaven he glows all white before he rises up and Moses and Eleisha appear out of nowwhere. Glowing all white is how some abductions are described bright lights and being pulled up by a mysterious white light.
What do you think about UFO's influencing the bible?
[edit on 30-12-2004 by cpr12r]
Originally posted by shots
They mentioned it was UFO's that parted the Red Sea, not Mose's; using (get this) magnetic gravity. They showed the red sea with a large craft the shape of a tube above. It was also stated that the UFO's gave off light at night so Mose's etc could see where they were going.
The way they narrated the show, they made it sould like fact rather then fiction. I myself thought it was rather far fetched. If we were to take what they stated as fact that would mean all anyone has learned from the bible is not what happened. Me thinks the History Channel carried this one a little to far. JMHO.
Originally posted by shanerz
You're second paragraph there says "If we were to take what they stated as fact that could mean all anyone has learned from the bible is not what happened"...
Well who are you to judge the events (accepted by most of the church today) of the Bible as being "true"..if you wont leave any possibility of this version of the story as being true as well.
*edit, oh and BTW I dont put down your beliefs - mine are no more important than yours - just that You have no evidence to really prove either side of the story as being true or false...
[edit on 30-12-2004 by shanerz]
Ezekiel 1-3 1 In the (my) thirtieth year, in the fourth month on the fifth day, while I was among the exiles by the Kebar River, the heavens were opened and I saw visions of God.
2 On the fifth of the month-it was the fifth year of the exile of King Jehoiachin- 3 the word of the LORD came to Ezekiel the priest, the son of Buzi, by the Kebar River in the land of the Babylonians. There the hand of the LORD was upon him.
Originally posted by ShadowMan
Hey cpr i started a thread a long time ago on the same thing i have to find it i did a search for you and came up with a similar thread to yours if you would like to take a look and maybe it answers all your questions here bro
EDIT: Found My Thread here
[edit on 30-12-2004 by ShadowMan]