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Daniel Zilisch
Jehovah's W,Love ancient history and literature. Biblical, Egyptian, babylonian, exe dead sea scrolls, nag hammadi, amarna, but willing to look at all angles!
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David W Mathisen 6h
thx for feedback -- persecution of 'christians' by Nero, Marcus Aurelius, etc does not prove the existence of an historical Jesus -- see my 2014 book The Undying Stars, & you can also search numerous previous blog posts -- here are 3 mentioning Eusebius:
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
Eusebius I mean not Josephus. Although Josephus spoke possibly of Jesus, it's debated.
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
Nero's persecution was documented by Suetonius, Tacitus and Josephus. Trajan was next with a letter correspondence with Pliny. You mentioned Marcus Aurelius who wrote of his confusion over Christians willingness to die for their beliefs in Meditations. Just to name a few
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
The Rig Veda creation myth is a trip (Nasadiya) when put with The All-Maker (Visvakarman) it's interesting seems that their are alot of similar stories just from different perspectives.
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
Enjoyed the podcast, their are so many deeper levels to this stuff. Liked your point about the Vedas. Just think you should do a deeper dive into the historical Jesus. If interested I could give some info?
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
Replying to @EgyptianPodcast
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
Replying to @EgyptianPodcast
😂😂😂
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
Replying to @EgyptianPodcast
You knew this is a minefield when you tweeted it right? 😂😂
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
So, their's no faith in your beliefs on history, science, archeology, exe? Got it all figured out, do ya? 😄 Not looking to argue, I don't have an opinion either way.The best place to learn though is where their is conflict, if both parties are skilled
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 24
It's really important, if your going to go down this road, to have evidence lined up. Stats and facts to back up arguments or you'll just get ignored. You'll probably still get ignored. History, science, ideologies can be alot like religion.
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Rex Chapman🏇🏼 Jun 23
If you’ve had a rough day watch this...💪😍🎥🥊💪😉
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 22
These type of conversations with most people end, frankly because it's to horrible to process. SRA symptoms are similar, they create DID which is a reaction to an even your unable to handle. We all in a sense are victims of SRA or RA on a spiritual level.
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 20
Great podcast, with Ryan, he's one of my favorite guests.
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 20
Really enjoyed the conversation between and . Feel you Gordo, sometimes you wish you could unsee some stuff and just focus on family. I'm glad your doing both. Nobody wants to go out like Cypher, it is tempting thought
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 12
Replying to @ABCPolitics
Why so many unavailable tweets?
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Andy Winner Is... May 31
My contribution to the Billie Eilish Meme, Enjoy 😂
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 11
Replying to @EgyptianPodcast
It goes without saying, but really enjoyed this podcast. From your site, which books are your favorites?
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 11
Just curious what other people think? Their are so many tweets that I wish the discussion went on for ever even if the conversation went into ridiculous places. Do you have similar tweets and which ones?
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History of Egypt Podcast Jun 6
Episode 111 "Royal Gods" is out now. Aten becomes supreme, pharaoh makes further changes, and events culminate in an unprecedented celebration of King and God together
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Daniel Zilisch Jun 11
Replying to @EgyptianPodcast
The guests at the Sed Festival and what you quoted, is very interesting. Speaking about the Chiefs of Naharaim and Mitanni as allies. The connections seem to just keep stacking up? Eh? 😀👍 This is too fun
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