Mauro Biglino links the Elyon to the Eye of Ra

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Mauro Biglino links the Elyon to the Eye of Ra

Unread post by Demosophist » Wed Dec 07, 2022 10:20 am

However, he's so caught up in his spaceman interpretation that he doesn't realize that's what he's done. He suggests that the term applies to one who commands, and is characterized as an eye with a shepherd's crook. He reasons, therefore, that it's a reference to some ET anthropomorphic dude who is the commander of the Elohim.

Sometimes I wish people like Mauro and Graham Hancock would just watch one of Dave Talbott's discourses and snap out of it. But they really have too much invested in their own schtick to do that. Anyway, here's Mauro making his space invader case:

https://rumble.com/v1dessh-elyon-the-co ... and-m.html

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Re: Mauro Biglino links the Elyon to the Eye of Ra

Unread post by Demosophist » Wed Dec 07, 2022 10:55 am

Note also that Paul Wallis' exposition of Biglino's interpretive strategy in Part 2 mentions that the text was "redacted" for the purpose of an "ideological interpretation" (monotheism as opposed to polytheism or henitheism) where "the memory of other powerful beings is airbrushed over". This comports with Velikovsky's insight that it was around this time that the Hebrews had begun to come under the spell of a collective amnesia.

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