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  • #45836

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    A spirit is purportedly seen rising from the bonfire during this “Messiah” event. Another miracle from the false Messiah. May film experts debunk or authenticate this.https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRCjkFkq/

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    #45567

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    Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools was the material of choice… Is andesite not a generic name for specific types of rock just as sedimentary is? Who is the expert on ancient tools that claims that it cannot be cut. Was this known to geologists before the invention of Tiktok?

    There are theories on how it was done but nothing involving primitive tools, but rather advanced ingenuity:

    https://www.geopolymer.org/archaeology/tiahuanaco-monuments-tiwanaku-pumapunku-bolivia/

    #45563

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    @michael17 – You posted a link to the ancient-origins pseudo-scientific website to bolster the credibility of a Tiktok video about some fantasy Biblical characters from the Book of Genesis?? You win this one Michael 🙂

    I find no reference to the site Ancient Origins   as being a pseudo science site. They make no claims that are not back up by the evidence. The archeological texts however have claimed without evidence that these feats were accomplished with copper and rock tools. Whereas masons are confounded to reproduce such, even with modern tools.

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    #45555

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    The Egyptians used copper tube drills and wedges to rough cut blocks. https://www.hallofmaat.com/unforbiddengeology/ancient-egyptian-copper-coring-drills/ Granite with wet sand can polish granite. Silicon Quartz is harder than granite. They had plenty of cheap labor and lots of time. There are lost methods to history for sure. The Neanderthals made a superior type of birch pitch glue using a very precise method. It’s not like the ancients had lower IQs. In fact, I’d can probably argue the opposite is true.

    All attempts of cutting granite using that method have resulted in poor results.  But with andesite it wold be a complete failure

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    #45554

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    Artificial cranial deformation – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_cranial_deformation

    Once again deformation does not account for the huge volume disparity, even as seen in a 2 year old.

    #45551

    michael17
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    Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools was the material of choice… Is andesite not a generic name for specific types of rock just as sedimentary is? Who is the expert on ancient tools that claims that it cannot be cut. Was this known to geologists before the invention of Tiktok?

    The same enigma of lost technology appears in Egypt:

    https://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-ancient-technology/cut-stone-lost-technology-ancient-021545

    #45550

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    “Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools” which to me implies that there may be tools (or techniques) we haven’t uncovered yet. As far as elongated heads, humans have been doing body mods for a long long time. Head binding resulting in elongated skulls is nothing new and doesn’t require occult or other worldly, much less Biblical explanations. Here are some other disturbing body mods done by low-technology cultures: (The idea that Scarlett Johansson thought she needed a boob job just makes me sad.)

    “Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools” which to me implies that there may be tools (or techniques) we haven’t uncovered yet. As far as elongated heads, humans have been doing body mods for a long long time. Head binding resulting in elongated skulls is nothing new and doesn’t require occult or other worldly, much less Biblical explanations. Here are some other disturbing body mods done by low-technology cultures: (The idea that Scarlett Johansson thought she needed a boob job just makes me sad.

    Ha ha, but that’s the point, This does not correspond to typical head binding as shown in the clip.the skulls are voluminously disproportionate. A two year old is shown with a head size nearly as big as its torso. Moreover the genetics don’t correspond to the region.

    #45315

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    jakelafort wrote:Yes that is good objective evidence. Here is a book about the early Christians that maintains that even among the cults of Rome the early Christians were freaky freaks. Sacrifices. Subterannean chambers for getting high. I forgot the drugs they used. Oh, and weird sex shit. Ty

    False doctrines were at least prophesied alone with false Messiahs.And among members of the Christ body some fell victim to fornication

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    #45303

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    I have, on more than a few occasions, heard a Christian claim that the Jews are responsible for the death of Jesus. I tell them that they should be ever grateful to the Jewish people for this. If they had not done so then Christians would not have been freed from their sins and would not have had the chance to be saved. You should be forever thanking the Jewish people in your daily prayers because they made it possible to restore your broken relationship with your God. The Jews followed your God’s plan that allowed Jesus to die for the atonement of your sins and yet you would prefer if they had prevented God’s divine plan to happen? What is wrong with you people? It’s like being angry with the Lotto authority when they pay you a record-breaking jackpot!! Have you no gratitude??? The look on their faces is priceless.

    The population at large can be bigoted and ignorant and fodder for Nazi indoctrination and Fascism.

    #45297

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    https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTR9h83Mk/This should cause a storm of interrogating skeptics:

    Cuz it just doesn’t get more scientific than testimony from insane religious zealots on a tictok video. Pathetic.

    Quoting Carl Sagan: “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”

    The highly esteemed top Rabbinical authorities are putting their reputations on the line by backing claims of miracles performed by the purported Messiah. Such claims should be open to rigorous scientific scrutiny.

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    #45278

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    https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTR9h83Mk/This should cause a storm of interrogating skeptics:

     

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    #45230

    michael17
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    Hi Michael, perhaps you’re looking in the wrong places. Have you been to Jamaica? The Rastafarians in particular “The Twelve Tribes of Israel is a Rastafari religious group and one of the Mansions of Rastafari. Its headquarters is on Hope Road in Kingston, Jamaica. The group was formed in 1968 by Vernon Carrington, who was known to the organisation as “Prophet Gad”. “ I met some Rastafarians at the Notting Hill Carnival one year. We sat around and played their religious drums and smoked their religious smoke. I vaguely remember understanding the entire universe for a while. When I woke up, the dream had unravelled somewhat, and we ate Jaffa cakes and laughed a lot. I might have asked about the future, but I don’t remember. Wouldn’t it be awful if I’d been given the Inspired Words of a Prophet, and wasted them (along with myself) one sunny Sunday in W11 ?!

    Most atheist would be open to listening to a Divinely inspired individual, if not only to test their salt. So it troubles me that so many may never have a chance to do that. My prayer is that those with the spirit and power of Elijah and Moses reveal themselves soon. We don’t need false Messiahs in Israel

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    #45219

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    But Michael you do expect to be officially made an immortal by the entity you believe to be the Creator of the Universe at some point in the future? Brother Johan can speak with his God anytime he wants to. Do you not think that is amazing? Can you do the same too Michael?

    Unfortunately, I have found such claims  as false. They did not satisfy the rigor of being true.So there is the dichotomy of the written word being verified through historical events aligning with what is written and yet not a soul appears to be alive on earth to predict the future with unerring accuracy as the Apostles. As you may remember  I searched Jerusalem and Alaşehir Turkey for the members of the body of Christ to no avail. In fact not even the writings of the apostolic fathers heralded by the early church contain prophecies that authenticate Divine inspiration. Thus their has been a dearth of Divinely inspired individuals in the public at large.  I believe they exist, but the time has not come for those with the spirit and power of Elijah and Moses to commence their prophecies yet. It appears to coincide with the seventh week of years of the prophecy of Daniel, which. can only start after the construction of the third Temple, which is being planned now.

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    #45214

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    ……..and should people believe this, they will get eternal ‘life’. That is my ten second take. Is that your point? Essentially, assuming belief bares fruit. So Johan believes that He can communicate with the Creator of the Universe and Michael17 believes he will become an immortal. That’s my 5 second take. Am I misreading what you are plainly saying?

    The Marvel movie flopped. But our author has a  better script. 🙂

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    #45204

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    Ok Michael, I’ll bite. What I read from your posts is that Prophecy (which is vague and needs interpretation) is there to demonstrate the existence of god and that this (generalised) foretelling of the future is a technique to persuade humans of god’s existence- and should people believe this, they will get eternal ‘life’.

    That is my ten second take. Is that your point?

    Essentially, assuming belief bares fruit.

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