Behold!

There Are Mistranslations in the Bible and the Word Elohim Can Be Used as a Plural. Introduction: For those of you who have followed the debate on the internet you may know about the personal attacks I have withstood from Michael S. Heiser, in my attempt to honestly debate him regarding the writings and thesis of Zecharia Sitchin.  I always choose my words carefully and have never used the word “wrong” when applying it to Mr. Heiser and I have never personally insulted him or his position. The word “wrong” has emotional charge behind it so I try to use “correct/incorrect” to apply to details or facts.  I prefer to debate the evidence and the issues and not have a discussion become personal.  The purpose, for me, is to increase my understanding of a subject and clarify misunderstandings.  My goal is always to add to the body of knowledge and understanding of a complex issue for […] Read More

1877: Indian Metaphysics

Two peas in the same pod are the traditional symbol of mutual resemblance, and the time-honoured simile forced itself upon me when I read the twin letters of our two masked assailants in your paper of Feb. 22nd. In substance they are so identical that one would suppose the same person had written them simultaneously with his two hands, as Paul Morphy will play you two games of chess, or Kossuth dictate two letters at once. The only difference between these two letters – lying beside each other on the same page, like two babes in one crib – is, that “M.A. Cantab’s” is brief and courteous, while “Scrutator’s” is prolix and uncivil. By a strange coincidence both these sharp-shooters fire from behind their secure ramparts a shot at a certain “learned Occultist” over the head of Mr. C. C. Massey, who quoted some of that personage’s views, in […] Read More

The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion

The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion [Editor’s Note: The term “protocols” in this text refers to the recorded minutes of a series of meetings which took place among the innermost circle of Zion elders. The term also implies a blueprint or strategy to follow in order to achieve the desired goals stated here. The minutes of these meetings were either originally issued at the First Zionist Congress held in in Basel, Switzerland  (spelled Basle at the time) in 1897, or they were re-issued at that Congress. The Zionist Congress was headed up byTheodore Herzl who held subsequent Zionist congresses on almost a yearly basis until 1913, and then resumed again in 1921. The ideas and beliefs expressed in these protocols are so hideous and repugnant to the sensibilities of any normal person of good will, that the British translator, Victor Marsden, could only work on translating the 1905 Russian text of […] Read More