Monday, April 20, 2015

6 is not 8

O.K., let's face it: a lot of biblical folklore comes from Ethiopia.

"Israel has admitted for the first time that it has been giving Ethiopian Jewish immigrants birth-control injections, often without their knowledge or consent."

Oy Vey! Oy vey (Yiddish: אױ װײ) or "oy vey ist mir" is a German Yiddish (not Hebrew) phrase expressing "Woe is me!" Hebrew is a dead language - long lost in centuries and millennia gone by. There is a kindle book HERE. or a PDF HERE. Also, an Alternate New Land (Ersatz Israel) is HERE.

The old Ethiopian legend of the Kebra Negast tells the story of the Queen of Sheba's visit to Solomon's mighty kingdom to learn the secrets of being a great leader. While in his kingdom the Queen of Sheba bore Solomon a son, to which Solomon gave a jeweled ring to prove his descent from the seed of David. The Queen of Sheba returned to her land in, then southern Ethiopia, what is today Somalia, with her son to continue to rule the land (GORHAM 9). Between two hundred and three hundred kings are believed to have ruled between the time of Solomon and Haile Selassie, the last emperor of Ethiopia.

Vintage collection of Ethiopia‘s emperor Haile Selassie I with his Lions. The lion is considered as Ethiopia‘s national animal and can be seen on various national artifacts such as the Ethiopian Lion of Judah flag...

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sent me yet another falsified widow's mite!

Many folks figure we are ignorant of history, folklore, numismatic evidence, and the like.

The greatest of the Indo-Greek rulers (actually a Macedonian general's son - Alexander the Great) was undoubtedly Menander, who is called Milinda in Buddhist texts. See: "The debate of King Milinda: an abridgement of the Milinda"... a PDF

Luke is full of parallels to Buddhist scriptures, and the story of the two mites is, no doubt COPPIED from the Buddhist original (which also contains the parable of the sower of seeds).

The bible has been plagiarized from other sources???

Certainly. The Buddhists borrowed scriptures from the Hindus and the Hindus borrowed scriptural folklore from the Animists. So what? Oh... the Flavians borrowed from the Buddhists to create the myth of Jesus, the Christ. Titus Flavius Vespasianus led the siege that razed Jerusalem in 70 A.D., then went on to succeed his father Vespasian as Roman emperor. The NT (written after 100 or 150 in the CE) is the effort of Titus to deify Vespasian. Indeed, it was Titus that rode into Jerusalem on the back of a colt!

Read: "The instruction of the Kalamas (Kalama Sutta)"

And get over it.

Even though many "Zionists" think Israel is in the wrong place at the wrong time, SO WHAT? To error is human. To forgive, is Buddhist.