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Tabernacle is finished - Missing a Levite

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posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 01:30 AM
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The Historical Exodus - The Evidence for the Levites Leaving Egypt and the Introduction of YHWH into Israel


Egyptian Names One might respond that the second explanation is enough; it still doesn’t connect the Levites with Egypt or an exodus. But, then, some Levites have Egyptian names: Hophni, Hur, Merari, Mushi, two named Phinehas, and of course Moses. We in North America, called “a land of immigrants,” especially get the significance of names and what they reveal about people’s backgrounds. Levites have the connection with Egypt, evidenced by their Egyptian names. The other tribes don’t. So Deborah, set in Israel, doesn’t mention the Levites; and the Song of Miriam, set in Egypt, doesn’t mention all of Israel. It just mentions a group who leave Egypt and end up at the miqedash.


Could the Levites have left Egypt under the Exodus but instead traveled up trough, Spain, France, Ireland, Scotland..

It seems the Ashkenazi and the Levite seeks total dominance over this world.. Does an ashkenazi fear a Levite..?




posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 01:42 AM
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a reply to: Hyperia

Hate to say it man, but there isn't any "historical evidence" of the exodus... It just doesn't exist.

Thus far archeologists/Egyptologists have discovered one single hieroglyph relating to a possibility that the Israelites were ever in Egypt... and all it says is "Israel"

But there is a theory that a tribe called the Hyksos could have been the actual people involved in said story...

Other then that Possiblity, there is no evidence of an historical "exodus" from Egypt




posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 01:46 AM
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a reply to: Akragon

Aw #, you opened a new door for me



posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 01:59 AM
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a reply to: Hyperia

Enter at your own risk my friend


www.bibleandscience.com...



posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 03:54 AM
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# this. The OP is too disrespectful to deserve any kind of response.

Let the OP rot in their own anti Semitism. ימח שמו
edit on 21-10-2015 by Revolution9 because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 04:00 AM
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a reply to: Revolution9


You can't just say that thousands of years of history and identity are wrong just because there has not YET been found any evidence. The Bible has been very accurate as a historical source.


I didn't say it was wrong... I said theres no evidence of such things ever happening...

And im not denying the bible has a lot of historical significance either, im simply saying many stories are very unlikely, especially when it comes to the "supernatural" stories within

Said exodus is one of them... and everything surrounding it




posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 04:20 AM
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There is no archaelogical evidence?
Watch this series, particulary bBetween 45 minutes and 1 hour 17 minutes.
If you don't know what the meaning of this is then read Exodus

edit on 21/10/15 by Cinrad because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 06:14 AM
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originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: Hyperia

Hate to say it man, but there isn't any "historical evidence" of the exodus... It just doesn't exist.

Thus far archeologists/Egyptologists have discovered one single hieroglyph relating to a possibility that the Israelites were ever in Egypt... and all it says is "Israel"

But there is a theory that a tribe called the Hyksos could have been the actual people involved in said story...

Other then that Possiblity, there is no evidence of an historical "exodus" from Egypt



There is strong and repeated use of the term Habiru (ancient Egyptian for people without a state or country) for the people inhabiting areas such as Goshen (where the Hebrews were). These Habiru were allied in battle with some Pharaohs and were considered as slaves by others. This is consistent with aspects of the Jewish accounts of the sojourn in Egypt.

With the fact mentioned that many of the notable Jews actually had Egyptian names (as mentioned in the OP) it is also likely that the 'Hebrews' adopted the Egyptian name for their group in the time when their national identity was just forming (Hebrew=Habiru).



posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 04:04 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

I have heard the Egyptian etymology of Hebrew before, but also below which has the more convincing word origin:

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WIKI: Etymology

"The origin of the term remains uncertain.[11] The biblical word Ivri (Hebrew: עברי), meaning to traverse or pass over, is usually rendered as Hebrew in English, from the ancient Greek Ἑβραῖος and Latin Hebraeus. In the plural it is Ivrim, or Ibrim.

In Genesis 10:21 Shem, the elder brother of Ham and Japheth, first-born son of Noah, is referred to as the father of the sons of Eber (עבר), which may have a similar meaning.

Some authors argue that Ibri denotes the descendants of the biblical patriarch Eber (Hebrew עבר), son of Shelah, a great grandson of Noah and an ancestor of Abraham,[12] hence the occasional anglicization Eberites."



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