Friday, April 7, 2017


The Entire Story narratives of the Old Testament are only on a small country Israel and mainly  Jerusalem as the only place of the local god Lord yahweh.  

 Psalm 48:1The Lord is great!   He is praised throughout the city of our God, his holy mountain. 2. His city is such a pleasant place.   It brings joy to people from around the world. Mount Zion is the true mountain of God.  It is the city of the great King. 3.  In the palaces of that city, God is known as the fortress.
 Isaiah 52: 1Wake up! Wake up! Zion, clothe yourself with strength. Holy city of Jerusalem, stand up and put on your beautiful clothes! Those filthy foreigners the uncircumcised will not enter you again.
 Isaiah 29:2 Lord will bring disaster to the city called the "LORD’S ALTAR". There will be weeping and wailing, and the whole city will be like an ALTAR covered with blood.

Judaism believes that the god of Israel is only at one place, that is Jerusalem the Zion.

 Who were the JERUSALEM SONS OF SOIL - who Hebrews killed by Genocide as per BIBLE Fictons.

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Those who lived was Amorites and Joshua, who came with Moses killed them as per below tales-Joshua 10 

Joshua 10:1  At this time Adoni Zedek was the king of Jerusalem. He heard that Joshua had defeated Ai and completely destroyed it. The king learned that Joshua had done the same thing to Jericho and its king. He also learned that the Gibeonites had made a peace agreement with Israel and that they lived very near Jerusalem. 2 So Adoni Zedek and his people were very frightened. Gibeon was not a small town like Ai. It was a very big city—as big as any royal city.[a] And all the men in that city were good fighters, so the king was afraid. 3 King Adoni Zedek of Jerusalem talked with King Hoham of Hebron. He also talked with King Piram of Jarmuth, King Japhia of Lachish, and King Debir of Eglon. The king of Jerusalem begged these men, 4 “Come with me and help me attack Gibeon. Gibeon has made a peace agreement with Joshua and the Israelites.”5 So these five Amorite kings joined their armies together. (The five kings were the king of Jerusalem, the king of Hebron, the king of Jarmuth, the king of Lachish, and the king of Eglon.) Their armies went to Gibeon, surrounded the city, and began fighting against it.6 The people in the city of Gibeon sent a message to Joshua at his camp at Gilgal: “We are your servants! Don’t leave us alone. Come and help us! Hurry! Save us! All the Amorite kings from the hill country have brought their armies together to fight against us.”7 So Joshua marched out of Gilgal with his whole army. His best fighting men were with him. 8 The Lord said to Joshua, “Don’t be afraid of those armies. I will allow you to defeat them. None of them will be able to defeat you.”9 Joshua and his army marched all night to Gibeon, so it was a complete surprise when he attacked them.10 The Lord caused those armies to be very confused when Israel attacked. So Israel defeated them and won a great victory. Israel chased the enemy from Gibeon along the road going up to Beth Horon. The army of Israel killed men all the way to Azekah and Makkedah. 11.Then they chased the enemy down the road from Beth Horon to Azekah. While they were chasing the enemy, the Lord caused large hailstones to fall from the sky. Many of the enemy were killed by these large hailstones. More men were killed by the hailstones than by the swords of the soldiers of Israel.

Those who lived was CANAANITES and Judah caste soliders, who came during Judges time killed them as per below tales- Judges 1:5 

Judges 1:5In the city of Bezek, they found the ruler of  Bezek and fought him, and they defeated the Canaanites and the Perizzites. 6 The ruler of Bezek tried to escape, but the men of Judah chased him and caught him. When they caught him, they cut off his thumbs and big toes. 7 Then the ruler of Bezek said, “I cut off the thumbs and big toes of 70 kings. And they had to eat pieces of food that fell from my table. Now God has paid me back for what I did to them.” The men of Judah took the ruler of Bezek to Jerusalem, and he died there.8 The men of Judah fought against Jerusalem and captured it. They used their swords to kill the people of Jerusalem. Then they burned the city. 9 Later, they went down to fight against some more Canaanites who lived in the hill country, in the Negev, and in the western foothills.10 Then the men of Judah went to fight against the Canaanites who lived in the city of Hebron. (Hebron used to be called Kiriath Arba.) They defeated the men named Sheshai, Ahiman, and Talmai.

Those who lived was JEBUSITES and King David, killed them as per below tales

 2 Samuel 5:4 David was 30 years old when he began to rule. He was king for 40 years. 5 In Hebron he ruled over Judah for 7 years and 6 months, and in Jerusalem he ruled over all Israel and Judah for 33 years. David Captures Jerusalem .6 The king and his men went to fight against the Jebusites living in Jerusalem. The Jebusites said to David, “You cannot come into our city.[b] Even our blind and crippled people can stop you.” (They said this because they thought that David would not be able to enter into their city. 7 But David did take the fort of Zion. This fort became the City of David.)

 1 Chronicles 11:4 David and all the Israelites went to the city of Jerusalem. Jerusalem was called Jebus at that time. The people living in that city were named Jebusites. They 5 said to David, “You cannot get inside our city.” But David did defeat them. He took over the fortress of Zion, and it became the City of David.6 David said, “The one who leads the attack on the Jebusites will become the commander over all my army.” So Joab led the attack. He was Zeruiah’s son. Joab became the commander of the army.7 Then David made his home in the fortress. That is why it is named the City of David. 8 David built the city around the fort. He built it from the Millo to the wall around the city. Joab repaired the other parts of the city. 9 David continued to grow greater, and the Lord All-Powerful was with him.

 Joshua stories are dated to 15th Century BCE, Judges must be 200 years later and another 250 years is the time of David of Tales.

Who lives Amorites, Canaanites or Jebusites. 

Deuteronomy 31:10   And Moses commanded them, saying, At the end of every seven years, in the set time of the year of release, in the feast of tabernacles, 11 when all Israel is come to appear before Jehovah thy God in the place which he shall choose, thou shalt read this law before all Israel in their hearing. 

If Joshua tales were there then other two would not have come, all were written in much later times. 

Archaeological Truths


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On the one hand, Zwickel (2008: 216–217), mainly on the basis of the descriptions and lists in Nehemiah, estimated that the population of the city before the days of Nehemiah was about 200 people and afterwards about 400 or 600 people.3 Finkelstein (2008: 501– 507), on the other hand, expressed a similar view, though rooted in the archaeological data. According to Finkelstein, only some parts of the Southeastern Hill of Jerusalem were populated in this period, leading him to conclude that the settled area consisted of c. 20–25 dunam. According to his calculations, the population in the city during Nehemiah’s period was about 400 people, including women and children (i.e., about 100 men).
The final conclusion is 
The settled area of Jerusalem during the Persian period included the 28–30 dunams of the City of David plus the 20 dunams of the Ophel, which altogether amounts to about 50 dunams. Even
if parts of the Ophel hill were built up with public buildings, and only part of it was settled with private houses, this area should be included in the settled area of Jerusalem during the Persian and
Early Hellenistic periods. Calculating the population of Jerusalem according to the lower coefficient of 20 people per one built-up dunam brings the population estimate to about 1000 people;; and  according to the higher coefficient of 25 people per one built-up dunam to about 1,250 people. This population estimate is very close to the accepted estimations in research in the last years – those of Carter (1999: 288) and Lipschits (2005: 271;; 2006: 32;;) –of about 60 dunams and 1,250–1,500 people respectively, or that of Geva (2007b: 56–57) of a settled area of 60 dunams and population
estimate of about 1,000 people.
Jerusalem was no doubt a small city, but the ultra-minimalistic views expressed by Zwickel and Finkelstein should be rejected along with their implications for the study of the Biblical, archaeological
and historical research of the Persian period.
If this was done - 3 different stories could not have come.Jerusalem till 7th century beginning was a Village of around 6 Acres with a population of 1500 people or around 300 - 400 families only, it reached a peak of 15000 in 7th century.
Not a Single stone of Ezra - Nehemiah found and the population in 4 th century as per Artifacts found and Population then is around 400 - 1000 people only.

Archaeological Truths tells that Israel was never a country of a size during Biblical period, all Imaginary tales written much later.

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