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Originally the term Hebrew had nothing to do with race or ethnic origin. It derived from Habiru, a variant spelling of Ḫapiru (Apiru), a designation of a class of people who made their living by hiring themselves out for various services. - Encyclopedia Britannica.
People of Israel will be destroyed and then restored near the end of this age
originally posted by: llama
a reply to: Theocracy4America
Looking through Sacred texts the Habiru are found as a force attacking egypt from palestine.
Back the enslavement by and exodus from Egypt for a moment. The Jewish texts indicate that the Israelites were enslaved and forced to build great monuments.
OK, so what does an ancient tribe which may be (or be related to) the Hebrews have to do with Planet X destroying the Earth in Babylonian mythology?
According to some translations of cuneiform texts, Nibiru is a star which will move away form the earth and then will return some time later, possibly near the end of this stage in human civilization.
Now in ancient culture all celestial objects are called stars. This is not lack of knowledge but just how the language worked. Many people suggest that Nibiru may be Jupiter, and there is some reasoning behind it; but what if the star association is actually symbolic? The Hebrew king David has a hexagram (or star symbol) associated with his rule, and his successor Solomon used it as well. David was alive in the 1000’s BC, and the first mention of Nibiru was in a tablet (or cylinder seal) which is a technology used around that time. What’s more is that the depiction of Nibiru is actually that of a hexagram or six sided star on the actual tablet and seal.
Now if you’re still reading this, consider this fact: Nibiru ( 𒉌𒁉𒊒 ) = Habiru ( 𒄩𒁉𒊒 ) = Hebrew ( עברי ) = People of Israel will be destroyed and then restored near the end of this age or the end of the world.
We know the special powers and superhuman miracles were either made up, the power of charisma and suggestion, sleight of hand and illusion, or a combination of all three but no, the guy never even existed as a human being, even if he was full of it or later had stories made up about him.
There are more things in Heaven & Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.."
Shakespeare. ('Nuff said?)