The first Jewish lie

Readers: as we indicate from time to time, we only present the reality of the dilemma, or in this case, the mystery.

Is it true that seminal events in the Old Testament are not historically accurate?  For fundamentalist and Evangelical Christians, this reblogged post will be very disturbing.

We recall in one of the chapters in Joseph Campbell’s Myths to Live By, he referred to the Old Testament as “the imagined history of the Jewish people”.  Read on and think it over for yourself.

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The first Jewish lie

Egyptians debunk Biblical fantasy that Israelites were slaves in Egypt
By John Kaminski

Jews lie. Jews have always lied. And most assuredly, Jews are still lying today about everything that has to do with themselves and their sordid history.
So considering how they have wrecked the United States, Russia, Germany and so many other countries by mentally lobotomizing and financially castrating all of them, it should come as no surprise that Jews have falsified their own history from the very beginning.
Or to put it more concisely in the words of an Egyptian medical doctor named Ashraf Ezzat, “The truth is that ancient Egypt never knew any Pharaohs nor any Israelites. Egypt was never the land of Exodus and Palestine was never the Promised Land.”
Backed by every reputable expert in the known world, Ezzat argues that ancient Hebrew history…

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  1. I neglected to add above that reblogging some of the posts from this other blog site does not mean that we agree with, or recommend everything posted on that blog site, The Tao Of Anarchy.

    One thing that anyone can verify for himself or herself is that the Bible never mentions a Pharaoh of Egypt by name. The term, Pharaoh, is mentioned many times in the OT, but never is a specific name given, as for example in Pharaoh Ramses II. Read the above reblogged post, It is quite thought provoking.

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