The Book of JACHANAN BEN KATHRYN LDS EDITION Containing revelations given to Jachanan Ben Kathryn, modern prophet to the house of Judah. “for out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem” (Isa 2:3) – INTRODUCTION: Please follow the link to Introduction to The Book of Ben Kathryn for valuable introductory information. – JACHANAN BEN KATHRYN Revelation given to the […]
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ספר יוחאנן בן קאתרין – ספר בן-קאתרין (Hebrew: Book of Jachanan Ben Kathryn) המשא דבר-יהוה אשר היה אל-יוחאנן בן-קאתרין בת יעקב ואור-המשיח בן קארל הירש בן אברהם הוילער משרעינערס (סצ’ראינאר) שהיו בבוריסלאו, בן הלל, כאשר מסה ראשון יהוה אותו מגוים ונוטה רוחו לדרוש את יהוה. זה בא לראשונה כאשר הוא היה על בן ל שנים, […]
Introduction & Outline Much like Israel in the Bible, it is certain from the number of days travel stated in the Book of Mormon text that the distances between primary lands in the text such as the Land of Zarahemla and the Land Northward are regionally limited. The 21 days journey between the two afore […]
Ask yourself… does this sound like Mormon is talking about the largest nation state on the continent at the time? Or is he talking about a guerilla group of robbers like the FARC? “18 And these Gadianton robbers, who were among the Lamanites, did infest the land, insomuch that the inhabitants thereof began to hide […]
Overview Jerusalem’s history is richly intertwined with the unique geology up on which in sits. From it’s spectacular abundance of limestone’s from which it is built, to its karst systems housing the spring water Hezekiah’s Tunnel The ancient water systems of Jerusalem have a complex history. The main water source of the original City of […]
by Bibhu Dev Misra Olmec Ganesha Let us turn our attention to a curious Olmec clay figurine, which Zecharia Sitchin described as a “toy elephant”. It was spotted by Sitchin, when he had visited the Anthropology Museum in Jalapa, Veracruz. However, when he had returned to the museum in 1999, the toy elephants were nowhere to be […]
Göbekli Tepe (known as Girê Mirazan or Xirabreşkê in Kurdish) is an archaeological site in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey ‘supposedly‘ dating to the Neolithic. German & Turkish archaeologists led by Klaus Schmidt have dated the site to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic between c. 9500 and 8000 BCE largely based on radiocarbon samples and the absence of pottery (see dating details). However, several clues of the Göbekli Tepe archaeological […]
Adapted from an article by Jason Jarrell and Sarah Farmer. The authors of Ages of the Giants: A Cultural History of the Tall Ones in Prehistoric America The Ho-Chunk & Mesoamerican/Egyptian Connections Among the Siouan speaking Ho-Chunk people of the Eastern Woodlands, Great Lakes , and the Plains is a belief which consists of a […]
A visual comparison of the cartouches on the three inscribed king list. The three major New Kingdom king lists inscribed in stone are: The Abydos and Saqqara lists contain two rows of cartouches organised with the names of the pharaohs inscribed in sequential order on a single flat wall. The Karnak list contain 4 rows […]
As mentioned on the Manetho excerpts page there are no surviving copies of the original Manetho, we must rely upon excerpts and fragments copied by later authors. The four of any significance were Eusebius, Syncellus, Africanus and Josephus. Below are the excerpts of Manetho preserved in their respective larger works. To read their full works […]