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The Babylonian Origins of the Creation Myths

Source: http://www.rejectionofpascalswager.net/babylonian.html#eden We have shown that the creation stories in Genesis are just myths. The next question one may ask is: where did these stories come from? The Origins of the Creation Account For many centuries, both Christian and Jewish theologians believe that the stories were given by God and thus owed their origins purely…

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In the Beginning: Two Stories of Creation

Source: http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/scopes/gen1st.htm by Doug Linder (2004) In the beginning, about 3,000 years ago*, Jewish desert dwellers in what is present-day southern Israel told a story around campfires about the creation of the first man and first woman.  The story they told, and passed on to generations of future desert dwellers, described a pre-creation scene much…

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10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Adam and Eve

Notes: Eden means pleasure. Cain means spear. Able means vapor, like the breath you see on a winter day. Nod means wandering. Rib is the implication, but it’s actually “from the side”. And what you’re translating as day actually means “period of light”.   Source: https://www.onfaith.co/discussion/10-things-i-wish-everyone-knew-about-adam-and-eve Added byKarl Giberson 09/24/2016 19762 views  The story of…

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Aquila – Zeus Eagle

Mythology of the constellation Aquila Aquila, the pet eagle of Zeus, showed the gentler side of his nature when he carefully carried up Ganymede to Mount Olympus to be cup-bearer to his master. However, when considering the myth surrounding Prometheus, the ferocious, darker side of Aquila is very evident. Prometheus was one of the last…

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Lepus, the hare, rooster and the easter bunny

Lepus, the Hare, was know as a rabbit chased by orions hunting dogs. In older days it had the denomination of “the throne of  Jawzā” Jawzā means “the central one” and was the older name for gemini. At some stage Orion became Jawzā. Four stars of this constellation (α, β, γ, δ Lep) form a…

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Santa, Father Christmas, father frost

The origins of the character of Santa Klaus, in russia called Ded Moroz predates Christianity as a slavic wizard of winter, in some books he is a son of Slavic pagan god Veles (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veles_%28god%29) and Mara (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C4%81ra) ,mer/sea, which is probably the origin of “Maria”. In Slavic mythology, Frost or Morozko is a snow demon.…

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Mayan and Slavic relations in mythology

I came across an interesting link between slavic people and the mayans based on comparative mythology.   Ancient Slavs viewed their world as a huge tree, with the treetop and branches representing the heavenly abode of gods and the world of mortals, while the roots represented the underworld. And while Perun (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perun), seen as a…

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Astrotheology, Jezus the story of the sun and The Origin Of fairytales

Jezus the story of the sun http://www.solarmythology.com/friendletter.htm http://www.solarmythology.com/lessons/christ2002.htm   Origin of Fairytales http://www.solarmythology.com/bookr.htm#FAIRYTALES Please follow and like us:

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