posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 12:48 PM
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
reply to post by nighthawk1954
If you're decended from Nephilim then you need to be destroyed. They were cannibals, eating humans for food. That's part of the reason why jews were
forbidden to eat pork, because pork is indestinguishable from human meat once it has been cooked.
Originally posted by GrimReaper86
reply to post by lonewolf19792000
Cook a lot of people and compared the two have you?
Originally posted by rickymouse
Hey, that's good to know, do you spice it the same way as pork?
This is actually a pretty well-known fact. There are a few modern cannibals around who have been interviewed about this on video. I'm sure you can
find them, if you're so inclined. I had a hard time eating pork for quite a while after I first learned this. But yes, that is what earned human meat
the nickname of "Long Pig."
There was actually a decent little thread on ATS regarding this very topic about 2 years ago:
Long Pig: Can You Pass The Ketchup and Breasts Please...?
Funny how some threads you can never forget.
I actually remember reading this one the night before christmas 2010. I was actually having a
terrible day, and was in a morbid, dark mood for reasons I'll not get into, when I found this thread, which not only made me laugh (I have a morbid
sense of humor sometimes) but fascinated me enough to distract me from my own funk.
Originally posted by TheComte
That is not why Judaism prohibits the eating of pork.
Of the "beasts of the earth" (which basically refers to land mammals with the exception of swarming rodents), you may eat any animal that has
cloven hooves and chews its cud. Lev. 11:3; Deut. 14:6. Any land mammal that does not have both of these qualities is forbidden. The Torah specifies
that the camel, the rock badger, the hare and the pig are not kosher because each lacks one of these two qualifications. Cattle, sheep, goats, deer
and bison are kosher.
This has nothing to do with why
they can't eat pork -- these are simply the distinguishing traits of the animals which they can and can't eat.
Nowhere does it say why. Correction, if memory serves I think the word "unclean" pops up somewhere. But that still is not a full
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