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One of the main reasons for going to ATAR is to access three caves on the continent of Pele, where ancient scrolls and artefacts have been preserved from the seventh century BCE and the first century CE, plus a third cache produced by Chanowkh (Enoch).
The Isaiah cave contains four original copies of the Towrah and historical documents from the time of Y’shayahuw, including his own writings.
In the first-
Archaeologists and biblical scholars have failed to find any evidence of His (or Jesus Christ’s) existence in the first century. Philo of Alexandria knew nothing of Him either and he lived in Yeruwshalem at the time.
There are reasons for this lack of evidence, the chief being they were removed to preserve them for posterity. Some have been sighted and deemed to be in good condition, due to the very slow rate of decay on the new Earth some forty light years away.
Evidence of the move to ATAR has now been located in the writings of Flavius Josephus. It also turns out that hard copies of these texts already exist in the Sterling City Library. The Niphla’iym are very resourceful.
Side by side digital copies of the original texts and translations, like the Loeb Classical Library Series, will be made available using appropriate publishing software and transferred to Earth. The hard copies will remain on ATAR.
Below is the present writer’s understanding of the physical topography of the caves, which reflect a certain Egyptian influence. They are well built.
Yeshuwa and Yahuw’ah have waited a long time for this. Indeed the power of Rome and Athens had to be weakened first to even consider it possible. Naturally the scrolls in Cave One do not support Christianity as defined by the apostle Paul and his companions.
WARNING. It is natural to react after realizing that one might have been misled. Vested interests might not be impressed either.
However, leave the judgements to the Lord and respect other people’s property. Do not take matters into your own hand and make yourself criminally liable. All people have the inalienable right to believe whatever convinces them, regardless of whether it is true or false.
The present writer understands what it means to have deeply held religious beliefs and was once easily offended. Yet around the age of sixty years circumstances changed and brought about a reversal of just about everything he was taught. Furthermore it did not happen overnight, taking more than a decade where he was given time to adjust this thinking.
Whether you as the reader are interested in what he has published is entirely up to you. While he supports your right to disagree, please be careful how you do it and have a great life.
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