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Encore: Israel Caused The Bronze Age Collapse!

September 20, 2019

Moses outright claims to have brutally attacked the Canaanite Kingdoms and Hittite Empire. His description of how he and his men killed everything that moved, fits the description of what ‘science’ knows about how the era ended.

Not only that: the successor political entities, around 1000 BC in Canaan are the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah. Clearly they were the victors of the previous carnage, otherwise they wouldn’t have existed.

If the above is true, and the facts seem basically self evident, than we are talking about quite a major scientific breakthrough. Astounding really. Israel caused the Bronze Age Collapse! That’s quite something, whatever way you look at it!

Not only that: it’s really a stunning, absolutely shocking validation of the Torah…………..

How is it even possible that people, both scientists and the religious, have been overlooking this connection for so long, while the facts seem so much to speak for themselves?!

The Strategic Situation

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Above is the map 1177 BC. Have a close look, it’s from wikipedia, so we’re just reporting mainstream history here. This is what is known of the attacks of the so called ‘Sea People’.

As we can see, Canaan was dominated by Egypt in the South, and the Hittites in the North. The main campaign seems to have taken place in the North of the Levant, the South of the Hittite Empire. And they were just demolished. Also note, that there were a number of attacks in Greece and Crete, but these are attributed to the Dorians by Wiki, and not claimed by Moses. There were also attacks in Mesopotamia, ruled by the Assyrians. Wiki does not mention the perpetrators, and Moses does not claim these attacks, it seems. The Greek States collapsed, and the Assyrians were never the same. The same is true of Egypt.

What we can clearly see, is that the heart of the war was the North of Canaan, and the South of the Hittite Empire, and this basically completely validates Moses’ account.

The Mainstream Status Quo
Now let us read what Wiki has to say about the Bronze Age Collapse:

“The Late Bronze Age collapse involved a Dark Age transition period in the Near East, Asia Minor, the Aegean region, North Africa, Caucasus, Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age, a transition which historians believe was violent, sudden, and culturally disruptive. The palace economy of the Aegean region and Anatolia that characterised the Late Bronze Age disintegrated, transforming into the small isolated village cultures of the Greek Dark Ages. The half-century between c. 1200 and 1150 BC saw the cultural collapse of the Mycenaean kingdoms, of the Kassite dynasty of Babylonia, of the Hittite Empire in Anatolia and the Levant, and of the Egyptian Empire;[1] the destruction of Ugarit and the Amorite states in the Levant, the fragmentation of the Luwian states of western Asia Minor, and a period of chaos in Canaan.[2] The deterioration of these governments interrupted trade routes and severely reduced literacy in much of the known world.[3] In the first phase of this period, almost every city between Pylos and Gaza was violently destroyed, and many abandoned, including Hattusa, Mycenae, and Ugarit.[4] According to Robert Drews:

Within a period of forty to fifty years at the end of the thirteenth and the beginning of the twelfth century almost every significant city in the eastern Mediterranean world was destroyed, many of them never to be occupied again.[5]”

As we can see, the brutality that Moses mentions, is also described by Wiki: these flames representing the battles, show cities that were just entirely annihilated, genocided, wiped out. Exactly as Moses describes.

Here is again Moses:
“When the Lord thy God shall bring thee into the land whither thou goest to possess it, and hath cast out many nations before thee, the Hittites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Canaanites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and mightier than thou;

Some names of tribes are different, but the Amorites and the Hittites are mentioned by both Wiki and Moses.

And the next political map we know of is looking like this:
Geen fotobeschrijving beschikbaar.

Again, this map of Canaan in 1000 BC.

The facts do speak for themselves: Israel, under Moses, did cause the Bronze Age Collapse, which was a major Geopolitical event, and not ‘myth’, but real history, and the fact that the Torah is transpiring to be an account of real history, at any rate this part of the first five books of the Bible, about 80% of the first five Books, is a shocking revelation, both scientifically/historically, and spiritually.

Disclaimer: In the previous article, I did something that is always dangerous: combine two threads. Worse: introducing two major threads at once.

But beside the Nephilim, these seemingly self evident facts intricately tying together these facts about the Bronze Age Collapse, known to the mainstream, and what Moses describes in the Torah, are a major breakthrough, I really cannot see it any other way. And it deserves level headed attention of everybody interested in these things, even without the other, very interesting and fundamental thread. Especially because it really does seem quite uncontroversial, what is being proposed here.

It does seem very, very hard to dispel.

And its implications are enormous.

Afterthought: it’s also uncanny that the territories of the Bronze Age Empires were later the exact same heartlands of the Byzantine Empire (Eastern Rome), and their successors, the Ottoman Empire.

Israel Caused The Bronze Age Collapse: War On The Nephilim
Has The Bible Been Proven Correct As A Major Historical Text?

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  1. Daniel Krynicki permalink

    The Bible ignored as written history: what else is new? Haven’t the economic historians completely ignored Ancient Israel’s national law against all domestic interest in moneylending? To make matters worse, they also ignore the statement from Jesus in Luke 6:35 to “…lend, expecting nothing in return.” They all are certainly piss poor historians.

    • What do you think Daniel?! Are you not excited by all this?!

      • Daniel Krynicki permalink

        It’s a worthwhile endeavor for anyone to delve into ancient history using the Biblical record as a major part of the validation. In your study you have also shown how various records other than the Bible were used to embellish or slant the history for dishonest reasons. I do welcome this study. It needs to be done by someone who is honest.

        For me the task would be monumental. One needs to reference the archaeological records along side the Biblical record as well. There exists a mountain of such records. And they are scattered all over the world.

        On the other hand, the people of this world remain debt slaves to shylocks who have been able to channel the wealth produced in the world to themselves by deceptive and dishonest methods. I’ll keep my thoughts focused toward the financial laws given in the Bible. I have always believed the Bible presents the most unbiased record of ancient history and law there is.

        There is so much simple wisdom in the history and national laws written within the Bible’s pages, and yet all of it is missed by a blind academia that views it totally as a book of myths and legends. It’s true that pride blinds the eyes of the wise and prudent.

  2. oldereb permalink

    I am certain you recognize the Torah was written many years after Moses was dead.

  3. now the zionist sect has seized control of the central banks around the world…the blackmail of participants in the trafficking cabal keeps the Zion thing going… counterfeiting of nation states’ currencies…raking in the prosperity of the world’s peoples……. indebting the ppl hopelessly…..

  4. A historian might come to different conclusions. Look at the arrows representing the invasions. None of them matches the biblical ‘Moses’ arrow from Egypt into Canaan. This is how a historian (Professor Jacob L. Wright of Emory University) describes these events :

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