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One of last two Dead Sea Scrolls deciphered


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One of the last remaining obscure parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls has been deciphered by researchers in Israel.

Sixty tiny fragments were pieced together over a period of a year, identifying the name of a festival marking the changes between seasons.

It also revealed a second scribe corrected mistakes made by the author.

The 900 scrolls, written by an ancient Jewish sect, have been a source of fascination since they were first discovered in a cave in Qumran in 1947.

The collection is considered the oldest copy of the Hebrew Bible ever found, dating to at least the 4th Century BC.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-42773878

 

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A unique calendar? No allusions to Christianity originally being a mushroom cult, as per John Marco Allegro's Dead Sea Scroll translations? I mean, there's nothing weird at all about the architecture at the Vatican, like mushroom cap fountains or a giant pine cone statue...

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Still waiting for the page "This is a work of fiction" to be translated.

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2 hours ago, Uncle Sam said:

Still waiting for the page "This is a work of fiction" to be translated.

The translation is not "etheric"

It relates only to the celebration of 3 harvest times. Specifically that of wheat, olive oil, and I forget the third.

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I have a friend that, many years ago, took exception when I said the Bible was basically a history book.  Sounds like I wasn't off the mark. I read an article about the Psalms.  In one of the Psalms, there's a reference about drinking the nectar from his woman's navel.  The author of the article explained that the word for navel and the area a few inches below were the difference of 1 letter. Navel was a two letter word and the other area was a three letter word with the third letter added at the end.

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16 hours ago, paperdyer said:

I have a friend that, many years ago, took exception when I said the Bible was basically a history book.  Sounds like I wasn't off the mark. I read an article about the Psalms.  In one of the Psalms, there's a reference about drinking the nectar from his woman's navel.  The author of the article explained that the word for navel and the area a few inches below were the difference of 1 letter. Navel was a two letter word and the other area was a three letter word with the third letter added at the end.

That would be the 'Song of Solomon' it probably is her navel as it goes on to praise her belly, the male part in the story is God the female part is Israel, ie it's God praising Israel, it's in the Tora.

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What if the guy hiding these slipped in one that he made up as a joke?

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