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The talking snake is a reptilian, lol aliens? Early Renaissance Christians believed the serpent in the garden was a female character. Often taken to
be the dark maid, Lilith, Adam’s first wife in Talmudic Legend.
The bible is historically and scientifically dead wrong about damned-near everything back-to-front. We’re talking about people who believed
Snakes and donkeys can talk, Numbers 22:1-35 Genesis 3
Incantations, genesis 1: 3,6,9,11,14,20,24,29
Blood sacrifice, genesis 4:4 & 31:51 Leviticus 1:9 & 9:18 2nd kings 16:15 Ezekiel 39:17
Ritual spells, Leviticus 14
Enchanted artifacts, 1 Samuel 5:6-9 exudes 7:8-12 1 Samuel 5:69, 6:19
Human sacrifice is condoned in Leviticus 27:29 judges 11:29-39 numbers 31:31-40
They thought that if you use a magic wand to sprinkle blood all over someone, it will cure them of leprosy Leviticus 11:6
We’re talking about people who think that rabbits chew cud, and that bats are birds, Leviticus 11:13-19 Deuteronomy 14:11-18
And whales are fish, Jonah 1:17 Mathew 12:40
And that Pi is a round number 1st kings 7:23 2nd chronicles 4:2
These folks believed that if you display striped patterns to a pregnant cow, it would bare striped calves genesis 30:37-43
How could anyone say that who knows anything about genetics? Obviously the authors of this book didn’t – nothing to do with stargates or aliens.
If the Bible had been written by a supreme being, then it wouldn’t contain the mistakes that it does. If it was meant to be read as a literal
history, then the Bible wouldn’t contain anything that it does. The only source for any of the fables in the Bible is the Bible itself.
Archaeology certainly doesn’t support any of these stories. Instead, we have many earlier versions of many of them coming from myriad myths of
polytheism, some of which written by the very ancestors of the Biblical authors. They apparently conceived all the original, but as-yet unassociated
elements which were eventually “blended together” into the fables we now know as Genesis. These stories can be interpreted wildly differently by
anyone who reads them.
In the Sumerian Enuma Elish, the oldest of all creation myths the world is created – not in six days but by six generations of gods. The sixth
generation created man out of their own blood to continue the god’s work, so that the seventh generation of god’s could rest. The name Adam is
derived from ‘adamah’ which means “red dirt” in the context of these myths.
In the Akkadian epic of Atrahasis a group of gods called the Elohim gather together and decide to create man in their own image and out of their own
bones and flesh. The first people were madeof clay. Male and Female made by them so that men may toil in the field in service of the gods. Then one of
the deities was killed so that these golems can be purified in the blood of a sacrificial god.
In another tale, Enki, one of the creator gods of Sumer, trespassed on a sacred garden, Ninhursag cursed Enki and he fell. Later she forgave the
fallen immortal and bore seven daughters to cure his seven wounds. One of them, Ninti, was the “daughter borne of the rib” for she was meant to
close the wound to his side.