Why were many nations of disbelievers terminated at early morning


selfsame
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The Sea was parted and Pharaoh and his host were drowned at sun-rise.

Lot's people were terminated by the earthquake at early morning.

Thamood tribe at the north of the Arab Peninsula were terminated by the earthquake, and by morning they were dead under the wreck.

Midian the city of the people of Prophet Shu'aib was destroyed (it wsa situated near the Aqab Gulf) and so by morning they were dead under the wreck of their homes.

Many major disastrous earthquakes every now and them happen at early morning.
Why is that?
 
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darkbeaver
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Gravitational pull of the Son in a straight line, more or less. There is no such thing as Pharaoh in all of ancient egyptian writings. Again you have myth all mixed up with religion and religion all mixed up with material things.
 
Twila
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#3
Because the men who wrote religious texts needed to make the people they wanted to enslave afraid.
 
Goober
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Quote: Originally Posted by selfsame View Post

The Sea was parted and Pharaoh and his host were drowned at sun-rise.

Lot's people were terminated by the earthquake at early morning.

Thamood tribe at the north of the Arab Peninsula were terminated by the earthquake, and by morning they were dead under the wreck.

Midian the city of the people of Prophet Shu'aib was destroyed (it wsa situated near the Aqab Gulf) and so by morning they were dead under the wreck of their homes.

Many major disastrous earthquakes every now and them happen at early morning.
Why is that?

Early bird gets the worm.
 
darkbeaver
+1
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

Because the men who wrote religious texts needed to make the people they wanted to enslave afraid.

the men who wrote later editions--------------edited editions-------translation verbatum or close I guess are way better ideas
 
MHz
#6
Would 'less' include every body with enough mass to effect other bodies. For instance, the earth is said to have started out as molten rock that grew as it attracted more rocks and 'such'. Once it reached a certain mass was it then able to attract water in the form of ice, prior to that the sun would have had the gravity that determined the destination.
Did the sun also have to reach a certain mass before light was it's by-product? (an effect of gravity rather than being effected by gravity, (ie light can be bent by gravity)
 
AnnaG
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by selfsame View Post

The Sea was parted and Pharaoh and his host were drowned at sun-rise.

Lot's people were terminated by the earthquake at early morning.

Thamood tribe at the north of the Arab Peninsula were terminated by the earthquake, and by morning they were dead under the wreck.

Midian the city of the people of Prophet Shu'aib was destroyed (it wsa situated near the Aqab Gulf) and so by morning they were dead under the wreck of their homes.

Many major disastrous earthquakes every now and them happen at early morning.
Why is that?

Your god is an avid golfer and a tee time is a tee time .... can't be late.

Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Would 'less' include every body with enough mass to effect other bodies. For instance, the earth is said to have started out as molten rock that grew as it attracted more rocks and 'such'. Once it reached a certain mass was it then able to attract water in the form of ice, prior to that the sun would have had the gravity that determined the destination.
Did the sun also have to reach a certain mass before light was it's by-product? (an effect of gravity rather than being effected by gravity, (ie light can be bent by gravity)

hhahaha Let me guess, you got that explanation from Mad Magazine, right? Cracked Magazine? Homer Simpson's Guide to the Universe?
 
darkbeaver
#8
Judgement is always at sunrise when God gets up and ends his fasting, he eats the wicked at dawn every morning, every where, every day, forever and ever. hahaha
 
MHz
+1
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

Because the men who wrote religious texts needed to make the people they wanted to enslave afraid.

If men from 2,000 - 4,000 years ago can write a book that is influencing mankind as much as it is today they seem to have accomplished their mission. As long as it doesn't result in more casualties amoungst the most frail of the global population then it is a step in the right direction compared to the past even with the last 100 years being manipulated to the extreme.
 
darkbeaver
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Would 'less' include every body with enough mass to effect other bodies. For instance, the earth is said to have started out as molten rock that grew as it attracted more rocks and 'such'. Once it reached a certain mass was it then able to attract water in the form of ice, prior to that the sun would have had the gravity that determined the destination.
Did the sun also have to reach a certain mass before light was it's by-product? (an effect of gravity rather than being effected by gravity, (ie light can be bent by gravity)

All heavenly bodies are made of light, plasma, water is made of light, here on earth, everything and thought is made of light.
 
MHz
+1
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Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG View Post


hhahaha Let me guess, you got that explanation from Mad Magazine, right? Cracked Magazine? Homer Simpson's Guide to the Universe?

Since you probably had them all the answer would be 'No' obviously. More along the lines of the same amount of rain falling on a forest fire with have a bigger dampening effect if it falls as snow. In the case of the earth it would be a 'steady snowstorm' in such an quantity the below part could happen. The snow also acted like a blanket and the earth was heating up and that pressure/heat was how the ice was eventually melted rather than a sunspot cycle doing it back the (or now)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOLbE...JoKQqj&index=2

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

. . . everything and thought is made of light.

So does this place have 'heavy thinkers' or 'light thinkers'?
 
darkbeaver
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

If men from 2,000 - 4,000 years ago can write a book that is influencing mankind as much as it is today they seem to have accomplished their mission. As long as it doesn't result in more casualties amoungst the most frail of the global population then it is a step in the right direction compared to the past even with the last 100 years being manipulated to the extreme.

That stuff was oral for thousands of years before parchment when minds were finer things

Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Since you probably had them all the answer would be 'No' obviously. More along the lines of the same amount of rain falling on a forest fire with have a bigger dampening effect if it falls as snow. In the case of the earth it would be a 'steady snowstorm' in such an quantity the below part could happen. The snow also acted like a blanket and the earth was heating up and that pressure/heat was how the ice was eventually melted rather than a sunspot cycle doing it back the (or now)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOLbE...JoKQqj&index=2


So does this place have 'heavy thinkers' or 'light thinkers'?

Very good, plasma is the heavyest stuff there is, very dense, very fine, very hot, very fast, very high charge, of course it don't say that exactly in the physics books, I don't think, but we're getting there, I do think
 
taxslave
+1
#13
Gotta be morning somewhere in the world. Be nighttime somewhere else.
 
darkbeaver
#14
never stops moving though
 
AnnaG
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Since you probably had them all the answer would be 'No' obviously.

Oh yeah, probably, huh.
Quote:

More along the lines of the same amount of rain falling on a forest fire with have a bigger dampening effect if it falls as snow. In the case of the earth it would be a 'steady snowstorm' in such an quantity the below part could happen. The snow also acted like a blanket and the earth was heating up and that pressure/heat was how the ice was eventually melted rather than a sunspot cycle doing it back the (or now)

So Earth's water came from snow? roflmao
Sorry, but our planet full of water got the stuff from iceballs from space.

How Did Water Come to Earth? | Science | Smithsonian

Lots of really old writings are around. Big deal. I bet millennia from now LOTR will be an ancient classic, too.
 
darkbeaver
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG View Post

Oh yeah, probably, huh.
ryPyvpzKJoKQqj&index=2[/URL]So Earth's water came from snow? roflmao
Sorry, but our planet full of water got the stuff from iceballs from space.

How Did Water Come to Earth? | Science | Smithsonian

If there's no increase in Solar output there's no rise in temp on earth. Snow comes from water. Chickens come from eggs. Ice balls from space!!!!!!!! hahahahahahahah oxygen and hydrogene come from light fused together down under, climbs up from the core same way it moves up a tree, charge differential I guess, dipole thingys, got any pot?
 
Motar
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Gotta be morning somewhere in the world. Be nighttime somewhere else.

A thoughtful response, TS.
"When we are cursed, we bless; when we are persecuted, we endure it; when we are slandered, we answer kindly." (1 Corinthians 4:12-13 NIV)

Perhaps insomnia, night terrors, environmental disasters, sickness and death occurring in a night time zone originate in a day time zone elsewhere in the world.
"But to you who are listening I say: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you." (Luke 6:27-28 NIV)

What if the collective daytime thoughts/prayers of a population towards a people a continent or time zones away influence their nighttime wellbeing or peril?
"Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse." (Romans 12:14 NIV)
 
darkbeaver
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG View Post

Oh yeah, probably, huh.
So Earth's water came from snow? roflmao
Sorry, but our planet full of water got the stuff from iceballs from space.

How Did Water Come to Earth? | Science | Smithsonian

Lots of really old writings are around. Big deal. I bet millennia from now LOTR will be an ancient classic, too.

Know anyone whos memorized his complete works?
 
selfsame
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

Gravitational pull of the Son in a straight line, more or less.

It can be this is a factor.
Lot's people were terminated at early morning; so the angels who came to him: told him to go by night, so that the people of that city would not prevent him from leaving. And he was told that he should move behind his family members lest some of them might return, like his wife who returned to the city for something she had forgotten, and by morning she was in the city and involved by the earthquake to die under the wreck.
In the Torah of Ezra (: the now available Torah), his wife turned back to become a heap of salt. while in fact, the forbidding was that she should not return to the city.

{Quran 11: 81. [The angels] said: "Lot, we are the messengers of your Lord; they will never do you [any harm m];
so take your family n and set forth in a travel throughout the remaining part of the night o,
and let not anyone of you turn back [for his property or luggage p],
excepting your [betraying] wife q, for it will befall her the [earthquake] which will befall them;
their [destruction] appointment surely is the morning, will not morning come soon?"
r}
.................................................. .....
m And one of the angels took a handful of dust and smote the faces of the men with it, which fell in their eyes so they became blind, and returned to their families saying: “There are, in the house of Lot, some magicians who blinded our eyes.”
n It means: Go out from among them, you and your family.
o i.e. Go away from them as far as you can within some part of the night.
p i.e. let not anyone of you return for something he has forgotten or something he has left behind.
q Because she will turn back and return for something she has forgotten.
r Therefore Lot, his wife and his two daughters went out at the pre-dawn time.
This is according to His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 54: 34, which means:
(Save Lot's family when We saved at the pre-dawn time.)

Then midway, his wife returned to bring some of stuffs she forgot in the city, so that it was morning when she was in the city, so the earthquake seized them and she was dead together with them.

Then a shower of stones was rained out of the sky on the rest of them.
And the earthquake, in that region of the earth, destroyed four cities which were: Sodom where Lot dwelt, Gomorrah, Zeboyim and Admah.
Last edited by selfsame; Sep 18th, 2015 at 03:36 PM..
 
AnnaG
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

Know anyone whos memorized his complete works?

I had a friend who could mesmorize people by reciting the Hobbit almost word for word. That was back in school days. Perhaps by now he can recite the entire issue.
 
selfsame
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

There is no such thing as Pharaoh in all of ancient egyptian writings.

So will I believe the ancient Egyptians or believe the word of God in the Quran and the Heavenly Books?
Moreover, Pharaoh is the title of the Egyptian king, and many kings have been confirmed by the excavations and their names are recorded.
So Ramses II was the Pharaoh of the persecution, while his son: Mernptah was the Pharaoh of the Exodus.
 
tay
+1
#22
Maybe the unicorns were restless in the mornings.....?


The bible mentions unicorns 9 times


So, does the Bible really talk about unicorns?
Yes. The King James Version uses the term nine times.
Were they horses with single horns coming out of their foreheads?
Probably not.
But the fact is we really don’t know — and neither did the translators.


Read more: Are there really unicorns in the King James Bible? - On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars
 
selfsame
#23
The present Torah is not the original Torah of God revealed to Moses and the prophets, but it is the Torah written by Ezra son of Siraeh, following their return from the captivity of Babylon.
This Torah of Ezra has so many mistakes and alterations from the original one.
http://www.quran-ayat.com/conflicts/index.htm#The_Torah_[or_Hebrew_Bible]_of_Ezra_
 
AnnaG
#24
Definitely books should be 100% correct and accurate. It would take the overpowering effort of having to OBSERVE and THINK away from the reader.
 
darkbeaver
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by selfsame View Post

So will I believe the ancient Egyptians or believe the word of God in the Quran and the Heavenly Books?
Moreover, Pharaoh is the title of the Egyptian king, and many kings have been confirmed by the excavations and their names are recorded.
So Ramses II was the Pharaoh of the persecution, while his son: Mernptah was the Pharaoh of the Exodus.

The author is an Egyptian doctor, maybe you know him Selfsame.
Egyptian records are completely devoid of any mention of Moses, Israelites or the so called Pharaoh.

https://ashraf62.wordpress.com/2011/...no-pharaohs-2/

In the third century BC, the Hebrew Bible was translated to Greek at the legendary library of Alexandria. Seventy Jewish scribes, hence the designation Septuagint Bible, were assigned this task by king Ptolemy II, in which they cunningly replaced this obscure Mizraim and its Faraon with the mighty Egypt and its king.
Ever since, this Greek (Septuagint) forged version, with this malicious distortion of ancient history, has been the source for all translations of the Bible worldwide (even the Bible tucked under your own and warm pillow)

Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG View Post

I had a friend who could mesmorize people by reciting the Hobbit almost word for word. That was back in school days. Perhaps by now he can recite the entire issue.

I have trouble remembering my phone number. Most of the stuff I read is associated in my mental files with mechanical parts or foods.
 
darkbeaver
#26
And yes, the whole story of Egypt ever being ruled by so called Pharaohs is nothing but a pure myth and a blatant deception. As a matter of fact the notorious story of Moses and Pharaoh never happened in ancient Egypt, the Exodus story as narrated in the Hebrew Bible took place in an obscure and small Arabian village called Mizraim (On a modern map could be located in North Yemen)
 
Motar
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by tay View Post

So, does the Bible really talk about unicorns? Yes. The King James Version uses the term nine times.
Were they horses with single horns coming out of their foreheads? Probably not. But the fact is we really donít know ó and neither did the translators.

And zombies, tay?

"This is the plague with which the Lord will strike all the nations that fought against Jerusalem: Their flesh will rot while they are still standing on their feet, their eyes will rot in their sockets, and their tongues will rot in their mouths." (Zechariah 14:12 NIV)
 
MHz
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG View Post

Oh yeah, probably, huh.
So Earth's water came from snow? roflmao
Sorry, but our planet full of water got the stuff from iceballs from space.
.

Would 50,000 iceballs start to look like a snowstorm? The the radiation melted the ice and it ascended as vapor until it got cold again, what form would it take, snow or rain or iceballs again? Repeat 50M times.
 
darkbeaver
#29
Charts of the "Holy Land of Canaan" have been
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found extant in early Egypt as much as three hundred years before the alleged Israelite exodus, whence it is to be presumed that this promised land of peace and plenty was allegorical before it was historical. Massey states that an entablature on the wall of an Egyptian temple bore a list of some hundred and twenty place names afterwards localized in Palestine, at a date at least one hundred and fifty years before there could possibly have been an exodus of Israelites from Egypt. It requires little "proof" to ascertain that "Egypt" as used throughout the Bible has the meaning of the lower self or animal-human personality, indeed the physical body of man itself. Jerusalem means the "holy city" or the heavenly realms, which are in consciousness, not on the map.
"The picture of this paradise in the Hebrew writings, the Psalms, the Books of Isaiah, Ezekiel, Zechariah and Revelation, were pre-extant long ages earlier as Egyptian. What the so-called ‘prophets’ of the Jews did was to make sublunary the vision of the good time in another life. There were always two Jerusalems from the time when Judea and Palestine were appendages of Egypt. Two Jerusalems were recognized by Paul, one terrestrial, one celestial. The name of Jerusalem we read as the Aarru-salem or fields of peace in the heaven of the never-setting stars. The burden of Jewish prophecy, which turned out so terribly misleading for those who were ignorant of the secret wisdom, is that the vision of this glorious future should be attained on earth; whereas it never had that meaning. . . . Thus Jerusalem on earth was to take the place of Jerusalem above and the Aarru-hetep became Jerusalem simply as a mundane locality."3
From numberless texts in the Bible itself which point to the correctness of the uranographic interpretation of names we take one alone, which by itself is enough to substantiate the claim made in this connection. In Revelation (II: , speaking of the two witnesses whom it is said the dragon will rise up and slay, the apocalyptic writers says:
"And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified."http://pc93.tripod.com/lostlght.htm
 
MHz
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by tay View Post

Maybe the unicorns were restless in the mornings.....?


The bible mentions unicorns 9 times


So, does the Bible really talk about unicorns?
Yes. The King James Version uses the term nine times.
Were they horses with single horns coming out of their foreheads?
Probably not.
But the fact is we really donít know ó and neither did the translators.


Read more: Are there really unicorns in the King James Bible? - On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars

The preface takes on that question.
(in part)
There be many words in the Scriptures, which be never found there but once, (having neither brother nor neighbour, as the Hebrewes speake) so that we cannot be holpen by conference of places. Againe, there be many rare names of certaine birds, beastes and precious stones, &c. concerning which the Hebrewes themselves are so divided among themselves for judgement, that they may seeme to have defined this or that, rather because they would say something, the because they were sure of that which they said, as S. Jerome somewhere saith of the Septuagint. Now in such a case, doth not a margine do well to admonish the Reader to seeke further, and not to conclude or dogmatize upon this or that peremptorily? For as it is a fault of incredulitie, to doubt of those things that are evident: so to determine of such things as the Spirit of God hath left (even in the judgment of the judicious) questionable, can beno lesse then presumption.
 

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