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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.)
    You are right it was the Egyptian court magician that Moses fought the magical dual with. But like the vidio says as a Prince Preist he new all about magic & the latest technolege. The magical dual is listed Exodus 7...10 - 24.
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    Uhhh...yeah. I guess an alien invasion makes about as much sense as the rest of the bible. Does this mean we have to worship ET?
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    Sure why not? Moses using Goa'uld technology to part the Red Sea is about as plausible as having Hebrews in Egypt during that era.

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    According to Z. Sitchin's book our gods name was Enki. I am looking for the book, The Lost Book of Enki.

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    I saw something about this on the Discovery channel a few years back.

    The snake thing can be done by any snake charmer.
    How?
    When the snake was wrapped around the staff, strangely it stayed there.
    When the staff was dropped, the snake would slither off.

    I don't remember the thing about the parting of the Red sea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omar View Post
    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.
    Agreed. Also Moses did not spend all that time in Egypt and not learn some magic....in Pow Wow, folk magic the 6th and 7th books of Moses are used. Yeah Moses wrote books 6 and 7 but they were never put in the Bible.

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    Moses parting the Red Sea was allegorical myth, and he was a mythical figure.

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    The story of parting the Red Sea is wrong. It was proven a few years ago that the original texts were mistranslated, and that now the root word points to the sea of reeds, which was a marshy area between Judea and Egypt. So, one possible explanation if you take the account to be truth, is that dry land was created in the marshes somehow to allow the people to cross.

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


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    Or it is fiction, purely written for the mythological aspect of it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas View Post
    Or it is fiction, purely written for the mythological aspect of it.
    It depends. Myth is never usually just fiction, there is always some kernel of truth in there somewhere. What that is, is debatable. I think it would be a fallacy to say something is entirely fictional when people and places can be placed in the context of the real or historical world.

    Then again, I'm not saying that I believe the myth because there is evidence to suggest that Jews were never slaves in Egypt and did not build the major Pyramids as slaves.


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