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    Did Moses Use Alien Technology to Part the Red Sea?

    The Hebrew account in the Torah (Old Testament) tells us the Ten Plagues of Exodus were God's punishment upon Pharaoh for being a hard-hearted. However, the newly revealed historical accounts of the Egyptians offer a natural explanation. They tell us the plagues were the result of a global cataclysm that lasted for months. What is of vital importance to those of us living today is the what actually caused the Ten Plagues of Exodus.

    The Egyptians tells us it was a massive object called the Destroyer. As it passed through the core of our solar system, the Earth was pelted with a deadly hail of meteorites and shuddered from numerous catastrophic volcanic and seismic events. The Egyptians tell us it also caused Noah's Flood, and their prophecies tell us it will return in our time with equally destructive results.
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    Moses was a Master Magician. If you read he fought a dual with the Roman Emporer's Court Magician. The other guy turned Moses's staff into a snake,but Moses turned it back into a staff, the other guy turned water into wine, Moses turned the wine into blood.

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    Please tell me you folks are joking.
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    I think SSanf's just passing along the link for discussion ...

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    Random fact... apparently the english translation of the Bible was flawed... it wasn't the 'Red Sea' but instead...the 'Reed Sea". The Reed sea is a marshy area in between egypt proper and the middle east.


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    i haven't watched the video, but only some of the plagues make sense with that scenario.
    the taking of the first-born children in particular doesn't wash, you'd think younger children would be more vulnerable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galadraal View Post
    Random fact... apparently the english translation of the Bible was flawed... it wasn't the 'Red Sea' but instead...the 'Reed Sea". The Reed sea is a marshy area in between egypt proper and the middle east.
    sort of around the Sinai peninsula?

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    I thought it was the Dead Sea, so full of salt you could walk across it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omar View Post
    I thought it was the Dead Sea, so full of salt you could walk across it.
    The Dead Sea is near Isreal and Jordan... not Egypt. That, and it's an actual body of water, famous for it's salinity and other properties.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_sea

    I hope you were joking about the Moses stuff? To my memory, from the Bibles that I've read, he never traveled to Rome. What version of the Bible are you referring to? By the way... Jesus is the "guy" who turned water into wine... Long after Moses turned the rivers of Egypt to blood. (All according to the mythology, of course.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sequoia View Post
    The Dead Sea is near Isreal and Jordan... not Egypt. That, and it's an actual body of water, famous for it's salinity and other properties.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_sea

    I hope you were joking about the Moses stuff? To my memory, from the Bibles that I've read, he never traveled to Rome. What version of the Bible are you referring to? By the way... Jesus is the "guy" who turned water into wine... Long after Moses turned the rivers of Egypt to blood. (All according to the mythology, of course.)
    I agree with you, Moses never, ever, went to Rome, so hopefully it was a joke.

    As for Moses and alien technology, I doubt it, if Moses did use anything, it was supernatural power/magic.

    I find a lot of the "Ancient Astraunaught" fans really sound crazy (not their belief, just they sound like extreme Star Trek fans).

    Like the people who say aliens "built" or helped build the Pyramids, the Zigguarats of Mesopotamia, the pyramids of South America and ancient Mexico, Stonehenge, etc, I personally think they're saying humans can't possibly have built those great monuments by themselves, so of course it has to be aliens, which is quite limiting and insulting to humanity.

    Sorry if I kind of got OT towards the end.

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