Anyones claims about E.T. on this board without any substantial evidence to support them (linking pages that themselves don't have any substantial
evidence to support them do not count either.) should be taken for about as far as you can throw a 10 ton bulldozer.
i thought i was doing pretty good. my references were:
-the Baghad Museum, Iraq (reptilian images from Eridu, circa 4000 BC)
-the Smithsonian Institute (image of a bust of Tutankhamen's sister and a CT scan of Tutankhamen's skull and neck)
-Dr. Michael S. Heiser, who has a very impressive resume, such as
Ph.D. (2004), University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; Department of Hebrew and Semitic
Studies; minor in Classical Studies. My dissertation was entitled, “The Divine Council in Late
Canonical and Non-Canonical Second Temple Jewish Literature.” The dissertation involved exegesis
primarily in the Pentateuch, Wisdom Literature, and Isaiah, but also dealt at length with
Israelite Religion (all stages), Second Temple texts (Qumran, Pseudepigrapha, Septuagint), and
early rabbinic material.
M.A. (1998), University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; Department of Hebrew and Semitic
M.A. (1992), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Department of Ancient History; Major
Areas: Ancient Egypt and Syria-Palestine (Israel)
1988-1990, attended Dallas Theological Seminary (no degree)
Selected graduate coursework:
• Biblical Hebrew • Ancient Near East Religions • Ugaritic
• Exegesis in Isaiah • Psalms & Wisdom Literature • Middle Egyptian
• Exegesis in Ezekiel • Ancient Near East • NT Greek
• Hermeneutics • History of Israel • Phoenician
• Septuagint • Syro-Palestinian Archaeology • Aramaic
• Daniel • Akkadian (independent) • Moabite
• Pentateuch • Culture of Ancient Egypt • Syriac
• Church History • Systematic Theology • Textual Criticism
-The Mul Apin Tablets and Omens of the Moon in Halo
Marduk was the name of Jupiter
Nibiru was the name of Jupiter when it was on the Meridian.
Sagmegar was the name of Jupiter when it had been risen for 2 hours
-Strong's Concordance for the original hebrew translations of "men" and "images"
I mean, it's not like there was no research done on the topics we are discussing.
[edit on 12-6-2008 by undo]