guess i should start writing this now, so i can perhaps lessen the amount of questions the video may have inspired.
first i don't believe the video is accurate. i think the research in it, makes many assumptions and in some cases, flat out omits important
for example, as she's recounting the exodus of the habiru (hyskos shepherd kings) out of egypt, she attempts to say it's a peaceful migration. this
is not accurate. they were chased out of egypt by the pharaoh ahmose. she also says there's no evidence they were ever slaves. this is also not
accurate. according to the egyptian story, the hyskos pharaohs ruled for 100 years and became unpopular, supposedly because they taxed the people
too heavily. as a result, they weren't just moved to the north of egypt, as she says, but also deposed (removed from leadership) and instead, became
slaves to the pharaoh, doing what they do best: building temples. in addition, she doesn't mention that the story of the exodus is set in the time of
pharaoh ahmose. she even has the wrong pharaoh. at least it was a hyskos time-frame pharaoh. (anyway, the important hint here is that moses was
named after the pharaoh at the time, which tutmose qualifies for, but wrong pharaoh even then).
her info also omits data on the mesopotamian connection of the habiru. for example, in ancient sumer-akkad, enlil had a temple at the city of nibru
(supposedly modern day nippur (etymology: nibru, nibbur, nippur). these were enlil's people, his temple builders. they didn't just build temples for
enlil, they also built for anu (remember i mentioned anu may be amun?). you can even see evidence for this skill in the story of nimrod, who the
akkadian story of "Enmerkar and the Lord of Arrata", elaborates on. He was an architect. in effect, the habiru were architects and master builders.
building an altar for the lord, might entail building a ziggurat or pyramid. theoretically, this is how they worked their way into the pharaoh's good
graces in egypt, and eventually ascended the pharaonic throne themselves.
she also omits hundreds of thousands of additional pieces of information, pertinent to the overall picture, which i think categorizes the film as
being almost as bad as zeitgeist but at least she has connected many important clues, and for that, i think the zeitgeist guy would be smart to visit
her data, particularly if the life of jesus is of any consequence to him, which it appears to be (at least on first glance).
the big flashing light for me is the virgin birth. in accordance with my data about enki, i believe the virgin birth is evidence that cleo didn't have
sex with caesar in order to give birth to esa and that caesar wasn't really the father, and that theoretically, she was implanted artificially
(artificial insemination), and delivered artificially (she had a ...wait for it.. ..wait for it.....a caesarian). in effect, it really was a virgin
birth. that's a very important point, as it literally is an immaculate conception. maybe not the only one, but the only one that counts in this
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