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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    Yes I had to write my own bible ..........

    interpret what was interpreted by who wrote it ,then interpret from others that had their own interpretation so then you can form your own interpretation ,which for all intents and purposes is probably a little bit off.......after it goes through this process

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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    ...and Skirnir cast out the doltish general with flying rocks, unto him saying "Go fornicate thyself".

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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    Quote Originally Posted by Serpo View Post
    Yes I had to write my own bible ..........

    interpret what was interpreted by who wrote it ,then interpret from others that had their own interpretation so then you can form your own interpretation ,which for all intents and purposes is probably a little bit off.......after it goes through this process
    Good reply... theologians and scholars still have bright days ahead fighting... the best way to interpret texts/allegories is to have a solid scientific knowledge. Thats why organized religions regards sciences as a threat. It is easier to agree on maths than "perceptions". I do believe in christ consciousness and it is all there in the Bible, remove all fear factors to understand what Christ exactly meant.
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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    Quote Originally Posted by singular_me View Post
    ...the best way to interpret texts/allegories is to have a solid scientific knowledge.
    It seems to me a working knowledge of earlier writings from the same source and the types/principles presented there are more important than latter day scientific opinions which if truly scientific are subject to revision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by messianicdruid View Post
    It seems to me a working knowledge of earlier writings from the same source and the types/principles presented there are more important than latter day scientific opinions which if truly scientific are subject to revision.
    make sense to me... and I agree that we cant trust mainstream sciences/academia that much or at all. THOUGH, physicists like Walter Russel, have almost deciphered it all already, unfortunately their works are arent taught in high schools and colleges. I sincerely encourage anyone to read "the universal one" or "the secret of light"... it will blow your mind. Buckminster Fuller is also a great author in my view. Not to mention Viktor Schauberger and Wilhelm Reich, Tesla etc... I dont read mainstream scientific books anymore.
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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    The introduction and timeline creation of the New Testament along with adoption of the Old is congruent with TPTB manipulation.

    Appreciate Day's words on the "search" for Truth, as it's already founded.

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    Certain stories contained in the bible have been found carved into rock tablets of Sumeria, aspects of the biblical story are older than the bible. That is proven.

    In the bible you have essentially a gatekeeper omitting certain parts of history for you, councils of rich men, TPTB of their day, sat around deciding what would and what would not make it into the bible....under the guise of some of it being true and some it being untrue...They were really just deciding how much of their original source to include.
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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    Quote Originally Posted by StreetsOfGold View Post
    The following 2 points listed (below) are already erroneous. Why? Becuase there is NO SUCH THING as the "original manuscripts" Every "original" ever writ

    If Jesus was resurrected on Sunday, why aren’t the words “Sunday” or “first day of the week” found anywhere in any of the original manuscripts of the Bible?
    Why have the words “Jew” and “Gentile” been written into the Bible erroneously. (They aren’t found in the original Bible manuscripts.)
    I'm just guessing; but maybe that the oldest surviving manuscripts are probably more reflective to the originals than what is around today, and she's going by that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNocturnalEgyptian View Post
    Certain stories contained in the bible have been found carved into rock tablets of Sumeria, aspects of the biblical story are older than the bible. That is proven.
    sumeria is very enlightening to say the least, the cradle of Mesopotamia.... religions have a lot more in common than many would think of. They all approach the subjects from different angles but the bottom line is still very similar.

    In the bible you have essentially a gatekeeper omitting certain parts of history for you, councils of rich men, TPTB of their day, sat around deciding what would and what would not make it into the bible....under the guise of some of it being true and some it being untrue...They were really just deciding how much of their original source to include.
    400 years to write the first bible.... says it all. The message is well diluted but still there.
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    Re: Who Rewrote the Bible? Dr. Lorraine Day on Spingola

    Quote Originally Posted by Serpo View Post
    Yes I had to write my own bible ..........

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