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  • dottel12001
    good article! This IMO is the reason  why Abraham moved his tribe from Ur to Canaan. There was also a massive  meteorite impact around 3700 BC. as well as
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 24, 2013
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      good article! This IMO is the reason  why Abraham moved his tribe from Ur to Canaan. There was also a massive  meteorite impact around 3700 BC. as well as the eruption on Thera, causing the start if the  demise of the  Minoans (finally  finished off  by the  Myceneans) and  the ten plagues of Egypt. Ipuwer, a scribe at the time  was an  eye witness to  the  plagues, and  a papyrus attributed to him is  in the  leiden Museum in Holland
      ref: Uriels machine ( the origins of Ancient Science) Knight and  Lomas, and Ages in Chaos (Velikovski) The planet has  always  been in flux....thats  what  makes it  so precious, so  unique, and  so  worth looking after!  Dot



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    • katsscan
      Socrates stated (in the Timaeus) that an Egyptian Priest, around 500 B.C. told Solon, the Greek Lawmaker, while on a visit to Egypt, that Greek civilization
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 26, 2013
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        Socrates stated (in the Timaeus) that an Egyptian Priest, around 500 B.C. told Solon, the Greek Lawmaker, while on a visit to Egypt, that Greek civilization  had been previously destroyed by a shower of flaming fireballs, called 'Phaeton'  by the old Greek writers,  which hit,   burned, and destroyed the whole of the  low lands, totally depopulating their once great civilization, and that the survivors, a handful restarted Greek civilization; this, not counting  that very similar, earlier destruction  by  a massive flooding which had eradicated everyone, including their sciences, arts, writing and other higher skills, and wherein the survivors had to start all over again like babes.  The remnants were called the Keltoi and were the Greek's forebears, who spread into Europe,   according to  Herodotus.   Yes, the Earth is a very volatile and often dangerous place to live.
        *The tales of Abraham allegedly occurred around 1,000 B.C. according to the Biblical timeline, although it was actually composed around 500 B.C. by scribes who did not understand the old Chaldean language (Velikovsky);  and were actually written by Persians, in Persian (according to Jewish scholars who called them fables). The Egyptians had conquered and occupied the Levant and Jerusalem until the Assyrians took over around 699 B.C. and the Persians took over Egypt, the Levant and Jerusalem around 550 B.C.   According to archaeologists, there was nothing much there, and the Temple of Soloman  had never been rebuilt.   This Biblical temple was actually that of Hercules (by Josephus - 'The Jewish War').   
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        good article! This IMO is the reason  why Abraham moved his tribe from Ur to Canaan. There was also a massive  meteorite impact around 3700 BC. as well as the eruption on Thera, causing the start if the  demise of the  Minoans (finally  finished off  by the  Myceneans) and  the ten plagues of Egypt. Ipuwer, a scribe at the time  was an  eye witness to  the  plagues, and  a papyrus attributed to him is  in the  leiden Museum in Holland
        ref: Uriels machine ( the origins of Ancient Science) Knight and  Lomas, and Ages in Chaos (Velikovski) The planet has  always  been in flux....thats  what  makes it  so precious, so  unique, and  so  worth looking after!  Dot
         
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