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Mauro Biglino


mike

Paranormal Adept
The Vatican hired Mauro Biglino, a scholar of ancient languages, to translate some ancient Masorotic (not sure of spelling) Hebrew Old Testament texts... and fired him around book 19 because ... he kept finding references to Anunak and similar names who were not at all gods, even tho' they lived very long lives, but rather, from space... Biglino also discovered NO original sin (so think of all the lies over the centuries!) and no savior predictions in the old testament... so far it has only been published in Italian... but it's getting out, there are people talking about it and the Vatican is already publishing some bogus version of it... meanwhile, the English version is coming

Mauro Biglino - The Official Website - The Author

Mauro Biglino has found that in the original Hebrew text of the Bible, in the Book of Genesis, it is written that a group of individuals - called the Elohim – made man with a genetic engineering intervention, by mixing their own DNA with the DNA of primates already present on the Earth.

In the Bible there is even a specific word that refers to the DNA, and this Hebrew word is tselem. Mr. Biglino has found that the correct translation of the famous verses of Genesis (1:26) is:
"And the Elohim (plural) said: "Let us make man in our likeness, using that thing that contains our image".
The "thing that contains our image" is the tselem, which means "something material which contains the image, and which has been cut off from".

The "Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon", dictionary of Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic, under the term "tselem" writes the following definition: «something cut off».
What is that "something" which contains the "image" of someone, that can be "cut off ", that can be extracted?

In our modern times, one thing immediately comes to mind: the DNA.
The word Elohim, in the modern Christian Bibles, has been translated with the word "God".
But it is a wrong translation, because the Elohim is a plural term, that indicates a group of flesh and bones individuals, powerful but not omnipotent, and certainly not spiritual nor transcendent.

What is written in the original Hebrew text of the Old Testament has a stunning similarity with what is written in the Sumerian tablets, which are dating to more than 4000 years ago.
Basically the the original Masoretic text of the Old Testament and the ancient Sumerian tablets are telling the same events.
The Sumerian tablets are even more detailed.

Mr. Biglino has found that two modern scientific discoveries fully confirm the Masoretic text of the Bible:

Mauro Biglino - The Research Work
 

ProphetofOccam

Paranormal Adept
It's sort of weird that this is something new. I don't know anyone who cares enough to study religion who doesn't know that Elohim is plural, often referring to itself as "we" and "us," even in the standard, English translation of the bible. The part about DNA is just completely silly. That's a very liberally speculated interpretation of an extremely vague passage in a book full of metaphors and magic.

In other forums, the pluralization of Elohim, and the pronouns associated with it, have been used to suggest that Judaism was originally, or is technically, a polytheistic religion. As part of that interpretation, it is believed that the Angelic Hierarchy was originally a Vedic-sized pantheon of gods that the early nomadic Hebrews collected and worshiped. Obviously, that pantheon was later converted into a giant host of servants for the one god, El.

Defenders against such things point out that in ancient Hebrew, pluralizing words was also a way of referring to something in an abstract sense. In this way, Elohim represents both the actual god and his abstract presence and power, all in one word. It's often used in this plural noun form but with singular verbs. That makes it the most likely explanation.

Other defenders suggest that the plural Elohim are the angels, talking on the part of El, or otherwise doing his bidding. In that sense, Elohim is a living abstraction, a completely supreme, unknowable entity, for which the angels do the actual physical work, or even act as forces of nature.

There are also times when Elohim did mean many gods, and is used with plural nouns, but the English and Greek translations changed this to avoid controversy. It has nothing to do with aliens and DNA. There are times in the bible when biblical figures, prophets and important dudes, when speaking to other important folks who worshiped many gods, spoke in terms of those many gods; Genesis 20:13 is an example, in the original text.

There is also an ongoing debate about whether or not Judaism was originally meant to be a legitimately monotheistic religion, in the sense that believers understood that only one god existed. From many samples of text, it seems that believers actually understood that many gods existed, but that El (eventually YHWH) was the true god. For instance, the commandment is that no gods could come "before" him, not that there are not other gods "but" him. There are also references to the gods of the Egyptian magicians in Exodus, who go toe-to-toe with Yahweh, matching him plague for plague until the last couple of plagues, at which point they can't keep up and are out-plagued. It's all suggestive of the fact that the existence of many gods was recognized, but that other gods were chump gods.

There are a lot of reasons that Elohim was pluralized. None of them have to do with aliens or DNA.
 

ReneeMillz

Paranormal Novice
The Vatican hired Mauro Biglino, a scholar of ancient languages, to translate some ancient Masorotic (not sure of spelling) Hebrew Old Testament texts... and fired him around book 19 because ... he kept finding references to Anunak and similar names who were not at all gods, even tho' they lived very long lives, but rather, from space... Biglino also discovered NO original sin (so think of all the lies over the centuries!) and no savior predictions in the old testament... so far it has only been published in Italian... but it's getting out, there are people talking about it and the Vatican is already publishing some bogus version of it... meanwhile, the English version is coming

Mauro Biglino - The Official Website - The Author

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If you are interested, I have also been researching the word tselem (which apparently is not so easy to do), and could use some help. I do not want a public discussion though, would you be willing to answer me privately on IG: Renee Millz, or some other way?
 

Trajanus

Paranormal Adept
and no savior predictions in the old testament...
There were never "savior predictions" in the old testament. Christians kidded themselves into thinking certain passages referred to "a suffering messiah" when in fact they didn't.
 

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