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Originally posted by chr0naut
Originally posted by Hessdalen
reply to post by chr0naut
This Biglino guy was employed by a publisher (San Paulo) that had also worked for the Vatican. He didn't actually work for the Vatican so the title of the post is misleading.
can you please give a source for that info (and more nfo about his "work for the vatican")
so sad, if hed worked for the vatican like OP claimed id listen but seems like hes just a sell-out...
My 'source' was that he said who he worked for in his introduction in the first video.
I also Googled him to try and determine his credentials. Most of what I got is is in Italian, but it is readable if you know a little Latin (and also Google translate helps ).
In his introduction, he claims to have his name mentioned alongside a Vatican official in a published book but I was unable to find any online reference to it (which is reasonable if the book was very recent) and he didn't mention the book title.
Originally posted by SquirrelNutz The OP and others...
Still waiting for an answer - either by the biblical scholars - or, watchers of this video...
Is THIS being purported as where Genisis of the OT was derived from (incorrectly)?
Interesting, if so.
Originally posted by milkyway12
Original Poster. I do not mean to be rude. I am open minded that there are things that are flying around in the skies that are not natural. Some of them military and some of them maybe something else.
However , his source points to himself. He takes his own reasoning outside of the Hebrew Priest that wrote some of the oldest testaments found and he also discredits scholars that are / have studied the original text.
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
reply to post by scary
He worked for the Vatican? Well i definately won't be reading his lies. The Pope claimed to be Jesus, that's enough for me to write off anything that comes from Roman Catholicism.
Originally posted by SageBeno
reply to post by Ookie
Nothing is explained in great detail this just shows him talking about his book. His findings are in the book. Video is a waste of 12 minutes
Originally posted by scary
Originally posted by Shoonra
I assume that MMS is a typo for mss (manuscripts, plural). But it's not the three Abrahamic religions; this Biglino was talking about three schools of Judaism, only.
Unfortunately, his fluency in Hebrew is not accompanied by paleographic knowledge about the ancient manuscripts. The fact that the vowel points were added around the 7th century AD is no secret. But these were not entirely arbitrary; there were, from the first century AD, Aramaic translations and paraphrases of the Hebrew Bible, called Targum, and paraphrases and explanations of individual verses and expressions in the Talmud. There were also some ancient translations into other languages done in the first few centuries of the Christian Era. These all generally agree with the Massoretic Hebrew text that contains the vowel points added in the 7th century.
Additionally, the possibility that other meanings might be possible if the vowel points were ignored is not a new idea. The Revised Standard Version, for example, said that it relied on the consonantal Hebrew text - that is, without being controlled by the traditional vowel points. Some very important old manuscripts - such as the Dead Sea Scrolls - do not use the vowel points, and some early (and modern) printings of the Hebrew Bible similarly dispense with the vowel points (which make for complicated typesetting).
The chance that someone would read the Hebrew Bible without relying on the traditional vowel points is also not new. Newspapers in Israel are published without vowel points and adult readers fluent in Hebrew seem to have no problem reading them. So this fellow, for all his fanfare, has discovered nothing new and had no new idea.
His mentions of flying saucers only persuade me that his has allowed his simplistic realization about the Hebrew vowels to tip him over the edge.
Again you did not watch the video or if you did you skimmed. The literal translation of ANCIENT Hebrew is the up and coming new kid on the block and is becoming more popular as more information is gleaned from the text. Ancient Hebrew simply didn't HAVE those features. AGAIN here is another project doing the same thing. the chronical project
When people stop lying to themselves and trying to prop up false belief sets this world might be able to get better. The OT as translated in the KJV mentions flying chariots. HELLO.