Israeli researcher: Moses was high on drugs when he saw burning bush, heard ten commandments

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  1. argentine soccer fan

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    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=080304120710.ad7gm7i6&show_article=1

    This would explain a lot of things....

     
  2. Demosthenes

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    No shit.
     
  3. Ombak

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    So Moses got high, got freaked out when he saw a bush set on fire by lightning and decided that the God of Thunder/Lightning dude must be really powerful and pissed off at the Jews? Makes sense.
     
  4. Dan Loney

    Dan Loney BigSoccer Supporter

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    Either breitbart misspelled "ancient history," or I think I've spotted the problem
     
  5. royalstilton

    royalstilton New Member

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    These were found in a tel very near Hebron, dating to around 2338 BC. They are actual heads of an Edomite and a Gebusite. The cups used to put the "burning bush" in are re-wrought circumcision tools.

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  6. Umar

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    Moses was on drugs? Paaaaass that shit.
     
  7. bigredfutbol

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    THe use of mind-altering substances in religious ceremonies has always been pretty widespread, but is there any specific evidence of narcotic use in Canaanite religions?
     
  8. MtMike

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    Where's the archaeological evidence? Where's the actual crack pipe used by Moses?
     
  9. QuakeAttack

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    Duh! It's in the missing Ark of Covenant...
     
  10. Qrom

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    Is there even any proof that a Moses even existed? Thats exodus story is bunk, theres no evidence.
     
  11. Mel Brennan

    Mel Brennan PLANITARCHIS' BANE

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    Is your username a take on the god Crom? I believe in Crom as much as I believe in Moses!
     
  12. elbp

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    Ah, the science/religion divide. Funny thing is, mixing his beliefs with his probable (provable?) explanation for the events ain't gonna give him much credibility. Some science is best kept untouched.
     
  13. Pathogen

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    You ever look at the burning bush...on weeeeed?
     
  14. argentine soccer fan

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    I can see how after a couple of joints the bush would burn and burn for seemingly an eternity, without consuming itself.

    But when it starts talking to you...when it starts identifying itself as God, and telling you to take off your shoes....

    That has got to be more than just weed.
     
  15. Pathogen

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    For sure. But methinks you've never seen Half Baked.
     
  16. marek

    marek Member

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    religion or science, truth or not... people are free to judge for themselves

    i'm just happy this chap is Jewish, can you image if he was of another religion (which shall remain nameless) and he suggested the same of another fellow who got the to speak with God?
     
  17. JBigjake

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    Prophetic words

    You don't want to piss off those Buddhists! :D
     
  18. argentine soccer fan

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    Once I spoke to Diego's little brother Hugo. Does that count?
     
  19. marek

    marek Member

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    were you high at the time? :)
     
  20. pething101

    pething101 Member

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    ... and then he had a bad case of the munchies.
     
  21. monop_poly

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    His argument doesn't hold together. Why would a hallucinagenic Moses record 10 commandments, especially stuff like not committing adultery and honoring your old man and his old lady?
     
  22. Ombak

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    Cause he was like, enjoying all that shit man but God got mad at him! Did you see the burning bush??? God freaked him out man!
     
  23. benztown

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    Maybe because his lady was whoring around and his kids didn't respect him...:cool:
     
  24. Gilbertsson

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    I watched the movie about Moses. After that, I searched the web and found that scholars consider Moses as someone who is a part of legends, not historic facts.

    Similar figure maybe existed in Transjordan, 13th century before the Christ. Egyptian sources don't mention him and also I don't see those love stories between Moses and Nefertari.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nefertari

    According to the movie, Nefertari was in love with Moses, but Ramses II married Nefertari. In this movie, they depict Moses as Egyptian prince, but later was revealed that he was not an Egyptian.

    It seems that behind every event stands some political issue. Hebrew people suffered under Egyptians. Is this also true, or it's an part of some higher poetic emotion?
     

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