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    Mention of “Aman” (Haman) in Book of Tobit is Most Confusing

    Taken from: http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=james&book=legends&story=adam …. In the Book of Tobit in the Apocrypha you will find mention in several places of a man called Achiacharus, who was a relation of Tobit, In the first chapter (verses 21, 22) you read that he was a great officer at the court of king Esarhaddon; and at the end [...]

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    Why did Daniel refuse, then accept, the King’s honouring of him?

    He didn’t. The actual honouring of the prophet Daniel (= Mordecai) was done by a king different from King Belshazzar (= Haman). The following, explaining this, is taken from: Belshazzar’s Feast in the Book of Esther? http://www.academia.edu/5365514/Belshazzars_Feast_in_the_Book_of_Esther …. How Daniel 5 Fits Into The Esther Story It is a tight fit! The way that I [...]

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    Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky’s 600 Year Shift Strengthened

    From: http://www.conservapedia.com/Jehoahaz_I …. The monarchy period of Israel and Judah can be firmly dated as contemporary with the 18th and 19th dynasties of Egypt, which conventional historians have placed six centuries too early.  This historical revision was first suggested by Immanuel Velikovsky, and much ridiculed, but has since been confirmed beyond doubt by revisionist scholars [...]

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    The Bible, Herodotus, and Persia

    Taken from: https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/212-herodotus-and-the-bible …. After the fall of Babylon, the Hebrews were under Persian control for two centuries. Cyrus, a benevolent Persian monarch, had issued a decree that allowed the Jews to return to their homeland to rebuild their temple. The construction project was initiated but it eventually fell into disarray. Finally, after more than [...]

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    The Bible, Herodotus, and Babylon

    Taken from: https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/212-herodotus-and-the-bible …. Ancient Babylon was known as the “glory of the kingdoms” (Isaiah 13:19), indeed “the praise of the whole earth” (Jeremiah 51:41). Babylon’s beauty, strength, and prominence was unparalleled in the ancient world. The citadel seemed impregnable. Jeremiah alluded to Babylon’s massive fortifications (51:53, 58). Herodotus says that the city was enclosed [...]

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    Mohammed: A False History of a True Prophet

    by  Damien F. Mackey      Prologue This is going to be an approach to the Prophet Mohammed (Muhammad) different from – (but hopefully a correct one) – previous non-Moslem approaches to this subject, that either: (i)                 fall in line with a politically-motivated trend to view the Prophet Mohammed as an inspired and peace-loving being, [...]

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    The Prophet Mohammed Did Not Overshadow Jesus Christ

    The Serious Historical Dislocation of the Prophet Mohammed (Muhammad) Recommended Article FROM http://westerncivilisationamaic.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-serious-historical-dislocation-of.html by Damien F. Mackey “The time is out of joint …” (Hamlet: Act 1, Scene 5) —————————————————————————————————————- “The incredible irony of it all … is that Islam does not know who its Prophet Mohammed really was!” ———– … Read full article- Follow [...]

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    The Serious Historical Dislocation of the Prophet Mohammed (Muhammad)

    by Damien F. Mackey “The time is out of joint …” (Hamlet: Act 1, Scene 5) —————————————————————————————————————- “The incredible irony of it all … is that Islam does not know who its Prophet Mohammed really was!” —————————————————————————————————————- Introduction Human history is in need of a massive renovation! I already knew this as far as BC [...]

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    The Wicked Haman Un-Masked?

    Prologue The feast of Purim is when the Jewish people celebrate their deliverance by Queen Esther from the plot to destroy them by Haman. The name of the feast comes from the Hebrew word pur פור, referring to the ‘lots’ that Haman had cast to determine the day for their demise. It goes without saying [...]

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    The Harlotry of Jerusalem

    Taken from: http://www.solidrock.net/library/thompson/thompson_babylon.php Babylon and Jerusalem. The Sure Connection. BABYLON JERUSALEM The City of Babylon in Revelation is  accused of the murder of Saints, Prophets, and Apostles “For they have shed the blood of saints and prophets, and  thou hast given them blood to drink;”  Rev 16:6 “And I saw the woman drunken with the [...]

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Mention of “Aman” (Haman) in Book of Tobit is Most Confusing

Taken from: http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=james&book=legends&story=adam …. In the Book of Tobit in the Apocrypha you will find mention in several places of a man called Achiacharus, who was a relation of Tobit, In the first chapter (verses 21, 22) you read that he was a great officer at the court of king Esarhaddon; and at the end [...]

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Why did Daniel refuse, then accept, the King’s honouring of him?

He didn’t. The actual honouring of the prophet Daniel (= Mordecai) was done by a king different from King Belshazzar (= Haman). The following, explaining this, is taken from: Belshazzar’s Feast in the Book of Esther? http://www.academia.edu/5365514/Belshazzars_Feast_in_the_Book_of_Esther …. How Daniel 5 Fits Into The Esther Story It is a tight fit! The way that I [...]

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Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky’s 600 Year Shift Strengthened

From: http://www.conservapedia.com/Jehoahaz_I …. The monarchy period of Israel and Judah can be firmly dated as contemporary with the 18th and 19th dynasties of Egypt, which conventional historians have placed six centuries too early.  This historical revision was first suggested by Immanuel Velikovsky, and much ridiculed, but has since been confirmed beyond doubt by revisionist scholars [...]

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Mention of “Aman” (Haman) in Book of Tobit is Most Confusing

Posted by Amaic April 2, 2014

Taken from: http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=james&book=legends&story=adam …. In the Book of Tobit in the Apocrypha you will find mention in several places of a man called Achiacharus, who was a relation of Tobit, In the first chapter (verses 21, 22) you read that he was a great officer at the court of king Esarhaddon; and at the end [...]

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Why did Daniel refuse, then accept, the King’s honouring of him?

Posted by Amaic March 19, 2014

He didn’t. The actual honouring of the prophet Daniel (= Mordecai) was done by a king different from King Belshazzar (= Haman). The following, explaining this, is taken from: Belshazzar’s Feast in the Book of Esther? http://www.academia.edu/5365514/Belshazzars_Feast_in_the_Book_of_Esther …. How Daniel 5 Fits Into The Esther Story It is a tight fit! The way that I [...]

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Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky’s 600 Year Shift Strengthened

Posted by Amaic March 18, 2014

From: http://www.conservapedia.com/Jehoahaz_I …. The monarchy period of Israel and Judah can be firmly dated as contemporary with the 18th and 19th dynasties of Egypt, which conventional historians have placed six centuries too early.  This historical revision was first suggested by Immanuel Velikovsky, and much ridiculed, but has since been confirmed beyond doubt by revisionist scholars [...]

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The Bible, Herodotus, and Persia

Posted by Amaic March 14, 2014

Taken from: https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/212-herodotus-and-the-bible …. After the fall of Babylon, the Hebrews were under Persian control for two centuries. Cyrus, a benevolent Persian monarch, had issued a decree that allowed the Jews to return to their homeland to rebuild their temple. The construction project was initiated but it eventually fell into disarray. Finally, after more than [...]

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The Bible, Herodotus, and Babylon

Posted by Amaic March 14, 2014

Taken from: https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/212-herodotus-and-the-bible …. Ancient Babylon was known as the “glory of the kingdoms” (Isaiah 13:19), indeed “the praise of the whole earth” (Jeremiah 51:41). Babylon’s beauty, strength, and prominence was unparalleled in the ancient world. The citadel seemed impregnable. Jeremiah alluded to Babylon’s massive fortifications (51:53, 58). Herodotus says that the city was enclosed [...]

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Mohammed: A False History of a True Prophet

Posted by Amaic February 28, 2014

by  Damien F. Mackey      Prologue This is going to be an approach to the Prophet Mohammed (Muhammad) different from – (but hopefully a correct one) – previous non-Moslem approaches to this subject, that either: (i)                 fall in line with a politically-motivated trend to view the Prophet Mohammed as an inspired and peace-loving being, [...]

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The Prophet Mohammed Did Not Overshadow Jesus Christ

Posted by Amaic February 17, 2014

The Serious Historical Dislocation of the Prophet Mohammed (Muhammad) Recommended Article FROM http://westerncivilisationamaic.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-serious-historical-dislocation-of.html by Damien F. Mackey “The time is out of joint …” (Hamlet: Act 1, Scene 5) —————————————————————————————————————- “The incredible irony of it all … is that Islam does not know who its Prophet Mohammed really was!” ———– … Read full article- Follow [...]

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The Serious Historical Dislocation of the Prophet Mohammed (Muhammad)

Posted by Amaic February 14, 2014

by Damien F. Mackey “The time is out of joint …” (Hamlet: Act 1, Scene 5) —————————————————————————————————————- “The incredible irony of it all … is that Islam does not know who its Prophet Mohammed really was!” —————————————————————————————————————- Introduction Human history is in need of a massive renovation! I already knew this as far as BC [...]

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The Wicked Haman Un-Masked?

Posted by Amaic January 22, 2014

Prologue The feast of Purim is when the Jewish people celebrate their deliverance by Queen Esther from the plot to destroy them by Haman. The name of the feast comes from the Hebrew word pur פור, referring to the ‘lots’ that Haman had cast to determine the day for their demise. It goes without saying [...]

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The Harlotry of Jerusalem

Posted by Amaic January 22, 2014

Taken from: http://www.solidrock.net/library/thompson/thompson_babylon.php Babylon and Jerusalem. The Sure Connection. BABYLON JERUSALEM The City of Babylon in Revelation is  accused of the murder of Saints, Prophets, and Apostles “For they have shed the blood of saints and prophets, and  thou hast given them blood to drink;”  Rev 16:6 “And I saw the woman drunken with the [...]