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Possible evidence of the Exodus found in Jordan

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Pettytalk
On 5/25/2019 at 8:23 PM, Jodie.Lynne said:

I cut nothing.

You have cut me to pieces plenty, or more specifically, my nothings, as you say.

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Pettytalk
15 hours ago, Harte said:

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Harte

You have a nose for these things! However, we must close our eyes to color on these matters.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
34 minutes ago, Pettytalk said:

You have a nose for these things! However, we must close our eyes to color on these matters.

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jaylemurph
15 hours ago, Harte said:

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Just my two cents, but of all the countries I have friends from, Turkey and Lebanon have the widest variety of skin tones, from dark blond and blue eyes to full olive skin, black hair and brown eyes. Even in the same family. 

I went to a family reunion with a Lebanese friend and everyone assumed I was an idiot cousin who couldn’t speak Lebanese Arabic, and I’m blond, blue-eyed and audibly fry in direct sunlight what with my Saxon heritage. 

—Jaylemurph  

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Pettytalk
44 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

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I detect an underlying cryptic meaning, which i don't understand. You must be preaching!

 

 

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Pettytalk
1 hour ago, jaylemurph said:

I went to a family reunion with a Lebanese friend and everyone assumed I was an idiot cousin who couldn’t speak Lebanese Arabic, and I’m blond, blue-eyed and audibly fry in direct sunlight what with my Saxon heritage.

I had assumed you were dark, and mysterious too. But now with your own self-revealed description, I picture you as looking something like this.

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Piney
6 hours ago, jaylemurph said:

Just my two cents, but of all the countries I have friends from, Turkey and Lebanon have the widest variety of skin tones, from dark blond and blue eyes to full olive skin, black hair and brown eyes. Even in the same family. 

Turkey also has the widest variety of genetic admixtures and sub-cultures too. It was a awesome country...until Erdogan....Turks in Asia look Mongolian but you do have the fair haired and eyed "Kumands", who mixed with Iranians centuries ago. But they still have yellow skin. 

Lebanon was Phoenicia so I'd imagine it had plenty of varied gene flow too. Then we have my people who are technically tri-racial, and have people who look black, white and Indian all in the same family. 

 

 

 

 

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Harte
12 hours ago, Pettytalk said:

I had assumed you were dark, and mysterious too. But now with your own self-revealed description, I picture you as looking something like this.

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"He's an English guy. He came to fight the Tuuurkish."

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Piney
3 minutes ago, Harte said:

"He's an English guy. He came to fight the Tuuurkish."

Newbomb Turk. A hero to every highschooler in the 80s. 

"Where's your El Camino?" 

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khazarkhum
17 hours ago, jaylemurph said:

Just my two cents, but of all the countries I have friends from, Turkey and Lebanon have the widest variety of skin tones, from dark blond and blue eyes to full olive skin, black hair and brown eyes. Even in the same family. 

I went to a family reunion with a Lebanese friend and everyone assumed I was an idiot cousin who couldn’t speak Lebanese Arabic, and I’m blond, blue-eyed and audibly fry in direct sunlight what with my Saxon heritage. 

—Jaylemurph  

The Lerbanese people I used to know had black hair, dark eyes(Mom), blonde and green eyes(daughter). Dad was a very pale blonde with dark eyes.  All of the Egyptians I know are light olive to white complexions, with dark eyes and dark hair.

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qxcontinuum
The Israelites of old were regarded by the Egyptians as people from the land of Amuru, meaning the land of the Amorites which the Israelites conquered.  Another term applied to the general Syrian area was "Retenu".  The name "Upper Retenu"1 corresponded to the geographical space encompassed by the Land of Israel, according to the Bible. People from the area known as "Amuru" or "Retenu" after ca.1400 BCE are presumably Israelites. They are depicted on Egyptian monuments as red, blonde, or black-haired with frequent blue eyes and red beards. Illustrations of individuals with this appearance are automatically assumed by Egyptologists to pertain to the Israelite or "Syrian" area. Another blonde blue-eyed people depicted on Egyptian monuments were the so-called "Libyans" and it has now been shown by  Alessandra Nibbi (1989) that these were not dwellers of "Libya" but rather of the Nile Delta and of Hebrew origin.

             On the Egyptian pictures skins of individuals from the Israelite or "Syrian" area are often light colored and pinkish3.

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jmccr8
9 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:
The Israelites of old were regarded by the Egyptians as people from the land of Amuru, meaning the land of the Amorites which the Israelites conquered.  Another term applied to the general Syrian area was "Retenu".  The name "Upper Retenu"1 corresponded to the geographical space encompassed by the Land of Israel, according to the Bible. People from the area known as "Amuru" or "Retenu" after ca.1400 BCE are presumably Israelites. They are depicted on Egyptian monuments as red, blonde, or black-haired with frequent blue eyes and red beards. Illustrations of individuals with this appearance are automatically assumed by Egyptologists to pertain to the Israelite or "Syrian" area. Another blonde blue-eyed people depicted on Egyptian monuments were the so-called "Libyans" and it has now been shown by  Alessandra Nibbi (1989) that these were not dwellers of "Libya" but rather of the Nile Delta and of Hebrew origin.

             On the Egyptian pictures skins of individuals from the Israelite or "Syrian" area are often light colored and pinkish3.

How about a link to go with the quote.:huh:

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Piney
19 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:
The Israelites of old were regarded by the Egyptians as people from the land of Amuru, meaning the land of the Amorites which the Israelites conquered.  Another term applied to the general Syrian area was "Retenu".  The name "Upper Retenu"1 corresponded to the geographical space encompassed by the Land of Israel, according to the Bible. People from the area known as "Amuru" or "Retenu" after ca.1400 BCE are presumably Israelites. They are depicted on Egyptian monuments as red, blonde, or black-haired with frequent blue eyes and red beards. Illustrations of individuals with this appearance are automatically assumed by Egyptologists to pertain to the Israelite or "Syrian" area. Another blonde blue-eyed people depicted on Egyptian monuments were the so-called "Libyans" and it has now been shown by  Alessandra Nibbi (1989) that these were not dwellers of "Libya" but rather of the Nile Delta and of Hebrew origin.

             On the Egyptian pictures skins of individuals from the Israelite or "Syrian" area are often light colored and pinkish3.

Your link comes from a "British Israelite" website. A well known white sumpremacy group who's revisionist history is horse ****. 

http://britam.org/

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Piney
13 minutes ago, jmccr8 said:

How about a link to go with the quote.:huh:

 

I just linked it. See above and have fun....

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jmccr8
3 minutes ago, Piney said:

I just linked it. See above and have fun....

Hi Piney

Thanks, had a quick scan and will take a closer look but hmm well looks kinda out there but will reserve judgment till after having a few laughs, I mean gleaned some insights.

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Piney
1 minute ago, jmccr8 said:

Hi Piney

Thanks, had a quick scan and will take a closer look but hmm well looks kinda out there but will reserve judgment till after having a few laughs, I mean gleaned some insights.

jmccr8

British Israelites. They are a White supremacy group who thinks they are Jewish. :lol:

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cormac mac airt
34 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:
The Israelites of old were regarded by the Egyptians as people from the land of Amuru, meaning the land of the Amorites which the Israelites conquered.  Another term applied to the general Syrian area was "Retenu".  The name "Upper Retenu"1 corresponded to the geographical space encompassed by the Land of Israel, according to the Bible. People from the area known as "Amuru" or "Retenu" after ca.1400 BCE are presumably Israelites. They are depicted on Egyptian monuments as red, blonde, or black-haired with frequent blue eyes and red beards. Illustrations of individuals with this appearance are automatically assumed by Egyptologists to pertain to the Israelite or "Syrian" area. Another blonde blue-eyed people depicted on Egyptian monuments were the so-called "Libyans" and it has now been shown by  Alessandra Nibbi (1989) that these were not dwellers of "Libya" but rather of the Nile Delta and of Hebrew origin.

             On the Egyptian pictures skins of individuals from the Israelite or "Syrian" area are often light colored and pinkish3.

That website is an embarrassment as well as an intellectual insult to anyone with even ONE functioning brain cell. It’s sad to see that anyone could fall for such racially motivated bullscheisse. 

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Piney
11 minutes ago, cormac mac airt said:

That website is an embarrassment as well as an intellectual insult to anyone with even ONE functioning brain cell. It’s sad to see that anyone could fall for such racially motivated bullscheisse. 

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Dixon claims that examination and measurement of skeletal remains shows the Nordic peoples to be of mixed "Caspian" and "Mediterranean" origin with an addition of NEGROID or rather "proto-Negroid" features. He claims that all peoples who have congregated in the Scandinavian and Baltic areas including proto-Negroid, proto-Australoid, Alpine, Mediterranean, and Caspian types have been "bleached" by an unexplainable but demonstrable process.  Even animals from this area have been so affected.

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Our own beliefs are somewhat "racialist" in so far as we identify a specific ethnic group as Members of the Lost Ten Tribes  and therefore part of  the "Chosen People" who are to be different and separate from all the others.  In the past we have left the subject of "miscegenation" open but have been reserved about it and suggested that in some cases it should be discouraged.  We have also not condemned the past "Apartheid" policies in South Africa because we viewed them in the context of Africa and as an attempt at preserving  Tribal Ascendancy.  Our support for the Boers of South Africa is an open matter.

:lol:   http://www.britam.org/CushiteWoman.html

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cormac mac airt
12 minutes ago, Piney said:

:lol:

That quote rates amongst the most asinine things I’ve ever read. Your follow up post just shows them excusing their incompetence IMO. :(

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jaylemurph

“Oh, yeah. We’re racist. Just not super-duper, KKK, up-in-your-face racist. We just want to get on hating the lesser races in peace and quiet.”

—Jaylemurph 

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Kenemet
1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:
The Israelites of old were regarded by the Egyptians as people from the land of Amuru, meaning the land of the Amorites which the Israelites conquered.  Another term applied to the general Syrian area was "Retenu".  The name "Upper Retenu"1 corresponded to the geographical space encompassed by the Land of Israel, according to the Bible. People from the area known as "Amuru" or "Retenu" after ca.1400 BCE are presumably Israelites. They are depicted on Egyptian monuments as red, blonde, or black-haired with frequent blue eyes and red beards. Illustrations of individuals with this appearance are automatically assumed by Egyptologists to pertain to the Israelite or "Syrian" area. Another blonde blue-eyed people depicted on Egyptian monuments were the so-called "Libyans" and it has now been shown by  Alessandra Nibbi (1989) that these were not dwellers of "Libya" but rather of the Nile Delta and of Hebrew origin.

             On the Egyptian pictures skins of individuals from the Israelite or "Syrian" area are often light colored and pinkish3.

Your source is WAY off.

In the first place, the image is from the Book of Gates in the tomb of Seti I.  Those aren't slaves.  This is the 5th Hour procession and these are people who are dead and headed to the underworld and in fact are among the "blessed dead" who will be taken care of by Horus and Sekhmet.  http://www.realhistoryww.com/world_history/ancient/Misc/Data/Book_of_Gates.htm

Second, the "Amorites" were part of the Retjenu... not "Amoru". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retjenu

Third, nobody on an Egyptian painting seems to have been depicted as blond (ever) or even red-haired.  

Fourth, the Libyans are well documented in Egyptian history and they're not Hebrew and they are all from the west of the Nile.  In the Ptolemaic period, the term also came to mean the Berber people.  The people living in the area of Israel (the Canaanites at that time) were called "Asiatics" and not Libyans.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Libya

Nor do they show up "frequently" on Egyptian monuments.  They're pretty rare.  

If you're going to try to make that argument, you need a much better source than the one you're trying to use.

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Pettytalk
10 hours ago, Harte said:

"He's an English guy. He came to fight the Tuuurkish."

I came here to fight the "nerds."

Is not Laurence blue-eyed, blond, and of English heritage? And I'll let you do the frying, as you are a chicken-frying expert.

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Pettytalk
1 hour ago, jmccr8 said:

How about a link to go with the quote.:huh:

jmccr8

Don't forget to ask for the hairy evidence too!

Jacob and Esau
24When her time came to give birth, there were indeed twins in her womb. 25The first one came out red, covered with hair like a fur coat; so they named him Esau. 26After this, his brother came out grasping Esau’s heel; so he was named Jacob. And Isaac was sixty years old when the twins were born.…

 

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Pettytalk
16 minutes ago, Kenemet said:

Nor do they show up "frequently" on Egyptian monuments.  They're pretty rare.  

Sethi:
Let the name of Moses be stricken from every book and tablet. Stricken from every pylon and obelisk of Egypt. Let the name of Moses be unheard and unspoken, erased from the memory of man, for all time.

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