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posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:06 AM
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Fast Forward to 0:36 and you will see ourself in them



This is not a religious thread just a comparison
we look like we are the descendants of that retarded crowd

we are now ten thousand times worst

Now imagine if Moses would return like in the movie and see how we are doing
would he approve ?
or throw us the 10 commandment tablets to obliterate us once again




posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:14 AM
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What seemed more significant to me while watching was the horned bull/ram thing that Moses smoted with the tablet.
That thing looked like Baphomet to me. 20 bucks says Cecil Demille was in the Bohemian Club or something of the like.



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:18 AM
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Originally posted by Ben81
Now imagine if Moses would return like in the movie and see how we are doing
would he approve ?


LOL! Well Moses had anger issues and also didn't have any tolerance for misbehaving, so I don't imagine it would be pretty if he came down from the mountain and had been transported into our day/ age
Of course if he tried to tell everyone he was Moses they'd just call him a crazy old homeless coot and go on about their business



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:23 AM
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well IMHO one never knows ........... the thought of Moses returning and angrily throwing the tablets at the crowds (us) could easily be seen as asteroids / Elenin / whatever we're calling it today hitting the earth & it's masses of people. maybe Cecil knew something we didn't. maybe when Nibiru hits the earth the ten commandments will be seared into it's surface. ........ do do do do do doo doooooooooooooo
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posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:37 AM
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Here is an older more tribal version.
I'm not sure how similar we are these days.

But what I'm seeing looks like something new compared to this.

Besides where's the earthquake and all the snakes, both are incomplete.

But one does have to admit we probably wouldn't have lawyers today if not for the 10 commandments.

So we can be grateful about that.


David Grouchy



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:37 AM
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Originally posted by SavedOne

Originally posted by Ben81
Now imagine if Moses would return like in the movie and see how we are doing
would he approve ?


LOL! Well Moses had anger issues and also didn't have any tolerance for misbehaving, so I don't imagine it would be pretty if he came down from the mountain and had been transported into our day/ age
Of course if he tried to tell everyone he was Moses they'd just call him a crazy old homeless coot and go on about their business


He had anger issue ? .. wonder why and how that anger was developped
i have the same anger issue when i see poor wicked behavior



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:49 AM
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Sounds like a load of bullocks to me.
Sorry...I just had too.



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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Freud made good points in his final, cataclysmic texts, 1 2 and 3 of "Moses and Monotheism". When this book was released, it contributed to Hitler and the Thule Society's psychosis.

See, Hitler Shicklegruber, was actually a Sabbatean bastard child. That is the way of the crypto-talmud, to raise up self-hating ones like Schicklegruber. Also his "final solution" chums Heidrich and Gobbles and also Mengele were also Jewish. Himmler was the Jesuit who relayed the orders of the papacy (both black and white Popes) to these guys. These men were self hating Jews, who felt that the Germanic/Viennese bloodlines were meant to stay in Europe, but that a forced-diaspora to Palestine, was the future for Eastern Judaists. So they waged such war and made such camps, as to cause the 20th century diaspora to their intended land, which was seized by Balfour/Rothschild in the previous war. Note that Zionism was the only other political party which was allowed to coexist with National Socialism.

The point of Freud's work, which triggered all this, was the the modern psychosis of "atonement" in the Judaists was way too strong. He surmised that they had actually killed Moses long ago, and that this was the Genesis of their guilt. Personally, I do not think they killed Moses, but that they did kill Joshua, the mason who built the first temple of Solomon, at Amarna.

Yes, in Cecil's movie, we see some great scenes. We see Joshua as a sort of Lieutenant of Moses, which I feel he was. And we see them building a temple for Moses, though in the movie, the Hebrews (there is no such thing as Hebrews until Moses/Akhenaten leaves Amarna) are shown as slaves, in fact, they were not slaves, just adherents to a new way.

So the movie, comes way after, the WW2 events that were triggered by Freud's work which explained that, 1: Moses was an Egyptian (circumcision is an Egyptian priestly sex ritual) and this is shown by his insistence that his tribesmen in the Saudi desert, lined up to get chopped. Why would he insist on them submitting to a painful Egyptian ritual?

In the film, we also see Moses when he goes to meet his ancestor, Jethro. Notice that these are tent dwellers, they are a sort of Bedouin gang. These are the Hyksos and Sea People ancestors of Abraham. Notice that Abraham's lineage goes like ABE > ISAAC/ISHMAEL > JACOB > JOSEPH ...And so of course, first Abe allows his wife Sarah to bunk with the Pharaoh. This is the origin of Isaac/Jacob/Esau fighting over the "birthright". Really, what birthright could be meant here? Well obviously with the historical Yuya, who is the biblical Joseph, we can see that when the bible says Joseph was given "The ring of Pharaoh", it is understood that he is Isaac's grandson, therefore he has royal blood. Notice that Yuya's daughter Tiye, married Amenhotep III, whom I believe to be the biblical Solomon, and that produced Akhenaten, who was essentially Isaac's great great grandson.

So when Freud (a massively smart Vienna Jew) wrote that the rabbis of old, murdered Moses, and took his symbol, he was referring to the dark sun of the Jesuits. Note that this priesthood takes Akhenaten's Aten and make it a black sun. This relates to events at Peor, after Moses and Joshua and their followers left Amarna. At Peor, suddenly there is a split. No longer is it just Moses' Levite brothers who are the priests, no for suddenly there is a man who rushes forward to slay a whore (Phineas) and he is then given a "priesthood to all eternity" according to the later bible redactors. Tell me please: Why does this man rushing ahead and slaying a woman, result in his being granted a priesthood for all time? They already had a priesthood according to Moses' way.

To understand the events at Peor, we need to understand the Pelasgian creatin myth, as explained by Robert Graves, Greek historian par excellence. He says plainly "The Hebrews inherited the Pelasgian creation myth". So to explain the myth, essentially the female is the first power, and she flies around the empty world. Then she takes the sky and rolls it between her hands like play-doh and whammo, she makes a snake (as we have all done with play doh). Well this snake, couples with her, impregnates her, and then claims to be the master of creation. Well this upsets her, and she bashes him in the head, and casts him down to the underworld. Understanding this myth, of the "woman who both creates and dooms the world" is essential to understanding Eve, and Nefertiti, and Tiye, and of course, Meritaten (ultimate royal daughter of that time) who with her man, Gathelos, escaped Amarna and made it to Ireland where her grave is. Scota, is her name. See "Kingdom of the Ark" by Lorraine Evans, page 276 shows where "Glenscota" is located in Ireland, and "Scota" is the pseudonym for Meritaten, and she is the origin of the Scoti people (Irish), who populated "Scota"-land, Nova (New) Scotia, etc.

So today, the Jesuits and the evil talmudists, both take Moses' symbol and run with it. Yes, if he shows up, I expect he will be extremely upset. In fact, the people who claim to serve him, mock him daily with such service, because they are trying to free themselves from deep, deep psychological guilt. Notice how they take the "Day of Atonement" which Moses gave them after events at Peor, and they have made it a mockery. They no longer even understand what they need to atone for! They hate Moses like some evil cruel father, from their perspective.

Please note that this is true, as the head Orthodox Judaist, called "posek" whose name is Ovaida, and who is the interfaith-opposite-pole that opposes the Ashkenaz Judaist Benny Nyetnahu, has said openly that:

"All the Eastern peasant Jews incarnated so as to die in the camps to process their karma."

...I am not kidding you, he actually said this and it is in print, though massively scrubbed from the web. Yes, he makes a powerful point which speaks to the history above.

Make no mistake: Within this Moses-Church (and that includes the Vatican and papacy), there are two polar opposites. One has the good spirit, that of the female, of the Amarna Princesses and their legacy. The other is male, priestly, and focused on pressing hate and cruelty onto women. The first group sympathizes with Eve, the second group seeks obsessively to eradicate her from any positive imagery. Truly ghey.

Anyway, it's all about sex and/or the suppression of it. Cutting kids genitals I mean, whether it is Mohammed's crew who pricks the clitoris of the girl child, or Isaac's crew that slashes the prick of the boy child; In both cases, they are practicing sexual rituals from long ago. It is funny to me that Jesus never once mentioned the foreskin but Paul and his chums were all about it. Not once did Paul of the bible have the intelligence or honesty to speak about Egypt as the genesis of these rituals. No, for Paul had a job to do, and his job was to ignore the history of Egypt and the Jews.



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 12:18 PM
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Well which crowd? I'm not an Israelite. I'm a Gentile and therefore not bound by the 10 Commandments or the OT law and I never was.

The 10 Commandments were an alternate version of the laws given to the children of Israel. Also, all the other rules in the OT only the children of Israel had to follow, not Gentiles.

The only laws Gentiles had to follow to be considered righteous were the Seven Laws of Noah. Eerily similar to the 10 Commandments, I know, but that's not the point.

These all humans have to follow because we're all descendants of Noah (according to the Bible) and this is the agreement Noah made with God. That he and all his descendants (gentiles) would follow these laws.

All the other stuff in the OT is a set of laws that the Jewish people agreed to when they made a different covenant with God through Moses In Exodus.
Exodus 19-3 "Then Moses went up to God, and the LORD called to him from the mountain and said, “This is what you are to say to the descendants of Jacob and what you are to tell the people of Israel: ‘You yourselves have seen what I did to Egypt, and how I carried you on eagles’ wings and brought you to myself. Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession. Although the whole earth is mine, you will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. These are the words you are to speak to the Israelites.”

However, the Gentiles weren't bound by it. And there's a reason why.

Why? Because the reward for following their covenant was that they'd be God's holy nation of priests and therefore Jewish lol. So, it wouldn't make any sense to be bound by the laws of their covenant and still be a Gentile, would it?

I have no desire to be an Israelite or to have God hand over the holy land to me and definitely do not want to be a priest lol. I'm perfectly happy where I live now. It had nothing to do with the after life. Most of the OT had to do with property rights for the holy land. However, all you needed to do to get to the afterlife was follow the seven laws of Noah, Jewish or not.

So when you see them taking the 10 Commandments out of schools/court rooms? That's what they should be doing. They should be taking the 10 Commandments out of court rooms and replacing them with the Seven Laws of Noah with a nice rainbow symbol on it lol.

History theory.
The symbol for the Seven Laws of Noah is the rainbow. They contain the law that bans sexual immorality. This may be part of the reason the rainbow is also used as the gay pride symbol. To refer back to the very part of the Bible that bans it.

en.wikipedia.org...

Now I don't mean to be anti-gay or anything, but it's just someone's theory I came across while researching.
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posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by Suspiria
Sounds like a load of bullocks to me.
Sorry...I just had too.


Did you see the part in the movie ?
can you not see some similarities between the out of control crowd and us today
and why we needed to respect those 10 commandments
to avoid loosing control and be corrupted by evil intentions

Load a bullocks you say ?
dont know what that mean but ...
YOU just sounded like a load of bullocks to me



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 12:28 PM
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We should respect the 10 Commandments at all cost for humanity sake
except the sabbat day off .. dont understand that one

but all the others have great wisdom in them
that can bring your soul to enlightment and total control of yourself
Did the Creator really written those ? maybe not .. i dont know
but they sure share the same wisdom and we should really follow them

we have failed on that



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by Ben81
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We should respect the 10 Commandments


Respect them? Sure I guess. What I'm saying though is I am not bound by the 10 commandments or the OT law. Gentiles are governed by a different set of rules is all I'm saying. And that while I may respect the 10 commandments, my set of rules comes from a different section of the Bible.



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 12:54 PM
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Originally posted by tinfoilman

Originally posted by Ben81
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We should respect the 10 Commandments


Respect them? Sure I guess. What I'm saying though is I am not bound by the 10 commandments or the OT law. Gentiles are governed by a different set of rules is all I'm saying. And that while I may respect the 10 commandments, my set of rules comes from a different section of the Bible.


By respecting them .. you need to follow them !!!!
a person who doesnt respect them .. have total liberty of doing whatsoever
and look where we are now because nobody give a *beep* about any principles (common sense)
killing without mercy
stealing billions from poor people who have big familly to raise
Those 10 Commandment are the basic principles to acheive some kind of heaven here on earth
or hell on earth it will be for so many



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 12:59 PM
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I don't need to follow them. I'm not bound by them. I am bound by the Seven Laws of Noah

Those are the laws I must follow as a Gentile. The 10 commandments are for the Jewish people. I know they sound the same, but there is a difference.
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posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 01:26 PM
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"Respect all of the commandments! Except the one that I think is stupid."



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 02:53 PM
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Originally posted by StripedBandit
What seemed more significant to me while watching was the horned bull/ram thing that Moses smoted with the tablet.
That thing looked like Baphomet to me. 20 bucks says Cecil Demille was in the Bohemian Club or something of the like.


No it is a bull with a sun disc.It is Egyptian and represents Osiris and the Age of Taurus and you are right OP. You can't get more decadent and selfserving than today, it is obscene the way people live their lives with no morals or family values anymore.
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posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by tinfoilman
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I don't need to follow them. I'm not bound by them. I am bound by the Seven Laws of Noah

Those are the laws I must follow as a Gentile. The 10 commandments are for the Jewish people. I know they sound the same, but there is a difference.
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Nice laws


I didnt know about them i will now say The 7 Commandments



posted on Jul, 20 2011 @ 03:55 PM
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Originally posted by Ben81

Originally posted by Suspiria
Sounds like a load of bullocks to me.
Sorry...I just had too.


Did you see the part in the movie ?
can you not see some similarities between the out of control crowd and us today
and why we needed to respect those 10 commandments
to avoid loosing control and be corrupted by evil intentions

Load a bullocks you say ?
dont know what that mean but ...
YOU just sounded like a load of bullocks to me


Obvious humour fail is obvious.
Worshipping a bull? Should I hire a skywriter to chemtrail the damn pun into you?
Good grief!



posted on Jul, 22 2011 @ 07:47 AM
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The entire story of the exodus from Egypt is a foreshadowing of our exit from earth. Deuteronomy is our guidebook for how to act in the kingdom of God once we exit into the new territory. We get a new vehicle (body) to exist in the kingdom of God (Space). Flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God. Ephesians is a revelation of the mystery that has been held by God. There are powers, rulers and families in Heaven. We inherit this kingdom with Christ after we vanquish our common enemy. This is the first test and our purpose here on earth (Garden).

The law was our guardian until it was replaced by one law of love (Galatians 3:25-). Moses came from on high once to find that his people were not ready (compare this to Jesus coming and the fig tree not bearing fruit (Israel). The second time Moses came down with the law, they made it through the wilderness. The wilderness is our path through life over time, learning what we need to know to be prepared for the next step. Deuteronomy is the Hitchhiker's Guide to the next events in the history of our species. The Bible repeats itself in cycles. Terrance McKenna was correct with his time-wave cycle program based on the i Ching. The events of the Bible are a code of the same cycle in reflective detail of the Word (wave/logos) carrying us through His Story. We live the story as witnesses only. It is a lesson to our sentience.

Confucius: "I hear and I forget. I see and I learn. I do and I understand." We live the story so we can do. It's the most effective method of education. Only the man dies, but the soul lives on forever in another vehicle. "You must be born again." It's not an option. Saved or lost by your ability to get the lesson. Love God and love your neighbor. This is the entire law of God.

Moses would approve. The story is set according to a plan and it will not change. Those who get it will be translated and transposed to the next story written by God. The entire universe is a book.

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Deuteronomy 4:19

And when you look up to the sky and see the sun, the moon and the stars--all the heavenly array--do not be enticed into bowing down to them and worshiping things the LORD your God has apportioned to all the nations under heaven.


Originally posted by Ben81
Fast Forward to 0:36 and you will see ourself in them



This is not a religious thread just a comparison
we look like we are the descendants of that retarded crowd

we are now ten thousand times worst

Now imagine if Moses would return like in the movie and see how we are doing
would he approve ?
or throw us the 10 commandment tablets to obliterate us once again





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posted on Jul, 22 2011 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by tinfoilman

Originally posted by Ben81
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We should respect the 10 Commandments


Respect them? Sure I guess. What I'm saying though is I am not bound by the 10 commandments or the OT law. Gentiles are governed by a different set of rules is all I'm saying. And that while I may respect the 10 commandments, my set of rules comes from a different section of the Bible.


i think that you need to reread Matthew 5: 17-20 These are the words of Jesus,


7Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. 18For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. 19Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. 20For I say unto you, That except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven.


many think the new covenant, release us from the law, it doesn't it give us recourse to come to the father, and ask for forgiveness of our sins, through our savior.

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