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Quote from: CliveG on 24/02/2020 05:37:38Added to that was a need for secrecy Secrecy? There are plenty of books on Judaism, about half written by people who knew what they were talking about. Quote[But there is a price to pay - paranoia. We do indeed suffer from the paranoia that demagogues induce in others, but the most balanced and rational people I have met were survivors of Nazi and Communist antisemitism.
Added to that was a need for secrecy
[But there is a price to pay - paranoia.
To have a son, the God would have to have a wife and be capable of procreation, not to mention dying thereafter.
Here is one example of a possible "sixth sense". You could say I am unusually observant - which would also boost my credentials. Note that I accept that I could somehow have seen the hidden watch.On a hike our group were camped by a field. I noticed a group of about ten hikers searching in the field as a distressed woman guided them. After about 45 minutes, they gave up one by one. The woman was left crying with her husband. I walked up and said I have a talent for finding missing things and have done so a number of times. I asked her what she lost and where she thinks she lost it. It was the center of the search area. I walked around for a couple of minutes and then bent down and moved a clump of grass to the side. There was the missing watch - an expensive heirloom. She ran at me and jumped onto me to hug me. I thought I was being grabbed by an octopus she held so tight.So when I claim to be able to do something I can often deliver.
The secrecy was in place until very recently.
Another example of a "sixth sense".
I tested a large smelting transformer and told them that the meggar test failed.
Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 05:25:37Another example of a "sixth sense".Or the ability to use (but not to spell) a Megger.Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 05:25:37I tested a large smelting transformer and told them that the meggar test failed.
Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 07:01:10The secrecy was in place until very recently. No, not for a thousand years or so.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_ibn_Abitur
Do you think it disqualifies my statement about secrecy?
How about this scenario.
Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 11:01:12Do you think it disqualifies my statement about secrecy? The definition of the word disqualifies your statement.It's not as if that 1000 year old version is the only translation.
Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 11:25:37How about this scenario. It's bad sci fi.
So you think the general populace and the rulers of countries up until 1900
Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 14:31:41So you think the general populace and the rulers of countries up until 1900 Quote from: CliveG on 26/02/2020 07:01:10The secrecy was in place until very recently. Nice attempt there, but put the goalpost back where it was.However, the answer to your question is demonstrably yes"The unofficial visit of Prince George and his brothers to Jerusalem, including their participation at the Passover Seder held at the home of the the Chief Rabbi Raphael Meir Panigel, is also documented in the Hebrew booklet “The Visit of the Princes of England in Jerusalem” written by the famous writer and researcher Pinchas Graiewski (1873-1941) together with Baruch Priver."fromhttps://blog.nli.org.il/en/king_george_v_pessach_1882/And before that toohttp://strangeside.com/adler-rabbi-nathan-and-queen-victoria/
One is the Red Cross (Christian)
One word answer - propaganda.
Quote from: CliveG on 27/02/2020 05:01:33One is the Red Cross (Christian) The Red Cross isn't Christian.
Quote from: CliveG on 27/02/2020 05:01:33One word answer - propaganda.And that which is asserted without evidence can be dismissed the same way.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 27/02/2020 08:49:09Quote from: CliveG on 27/02/2020 05:01:33One is the Red Cross (Christian) The Red Cross isn't Christian.Oh! Really!https://christianheritagefellowship.com/the-christian-origin-of-the-red-crossLike so many institutions, organizations, and benevolent agencies, the Red Cross had its origin in the Christian Faith. As noted below in the brief thumbnail sketch, the Christian faith of banker and businessman, Henry Dunant, was the impetus behind the compassion that has been and continues to be extended to millions around the world.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 27/02/2020 08:50:07Quote from: CliveG on 27/02/2020 05:01:33One word answer - propaganda.And that which is asserted without evidence can be dismissed the same way.Not worth further debate, even to respond to this.