Black Spirituality Religion : Historic illusions?

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  1. Lrae

    Lrae Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I have heard over and over about how there is no archaeologicala proof to back up events in the Torah or the Gospel, but this is the first I have heard of this...... "FACT: Despite the many hundreds of military expeditions carried out by the pharaohs over a 3,000 period archaeologists have been unable to verify ANY of the events recounted in Egyptian records. This, despite the fact that we know the exact location of many of Egypt's Pharaonic battles (Megiddo)." http://www.gks.uk.com/egyptian-battles-smiting/
     
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    My first time as well Lrae . But as they say, "consider the source." And in this case, we're talking about:


    Catastrophist Gary Gilligan

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    Born: yes
    Died: not just yet!
    Epitaph: what was all that about?!
    Ambitions: to make Velikovsky a household name and recognition of the GKS before I turn to dust.

    http://www.gks.uk.com/about/




    But moreover, here's evidence otherwise denied by Gary:


    Ancient Egyptian Royalty Wielded Serious Weapons



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    Pharaoh Seqenenre Tao II died from multiple ax wounds. He may have been killed in battle, executed afterwards, or possibly assasinated. A long dagger believed to belong to his son Kamose has evidence of wear and tear, suggesting that he used it to avenge his father's death.
    Credit: Public domain / Catalogue du Musee du Caire (Royal Mummies section), published in 1912.



    http://www.livescience.com/15170-ancient-egyptian-royalty-wielded-weapons.html

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