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(613)JDcroft wrote in msg# 79540: “Its interesting also that the Tyrshenian (including Tyrrhenian, Etruscan, Rhaetic and Lemnian) languages are supposedly part of
(6)Holly: You wrote:<
(11)thanks for the suggestion... i've never read Rohr's works... i'm reviewing now. I've explored the "ennead" matters especially via R.A. Schwaller De Lubicz'
Dec 3, 2017
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(3)AJ wrote in msg# 79477 “…founded upon the dynasty that ruled Shechem and that the Israelites gained control of the north through Dinah, who perhaps married
Nov 29, 2017
(16)Hi Jon Yes, your point that ... So the parallel is only partly similar. The question remains, how does this justify the claim of inspiring the Exodus story?>>
Nov 25, 2017
(46)Hi George You wrote ... No George, it ends on the northern side of the Caucasas Mountains. Check out the map at https://www.britannica.com/place/the-Steppe
Nov 18, 2017
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