Author: MikeHeiser

Heavenly Worship in Second Temple Judaism, Early Christianity, and Gnostic Sects: Part 5

This is the 5th and final post in a series by guest blogger, Stephen Huebscher ——- This is the final post in this series, and I draw a number of conclusions here. At the end, I list all the works that I referenced in this series, in case I missed one earlier. This has been a great opportunity to read through these texts again and think through the issues and the claims that I make here. Thanks to Mike and all of you for your openness! GENERAL CONCLUSIONS The first major finding of this study was that cosmology was often...

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The Meaning of the Total Solar Eclipse

Honestly, this one’s easy: It means that a small group of Christians will succeed in making lots of people think all Christians are dimwits. Again. Articles like this one have been appearing for the last week or so as evidence:  BLACK MOON: Does solar eclipse fulfill Bible prophecy of apocalypse and second coming? The most nauseating quotation from the article? How’s this one: Scott Clarke of ERF Ministries believes the eclipse is intimately connected to a September 23 astronomical alignment. He says it involves the constellations Virgo and Leo, along with Mercury, Mars, Venus and Jupiter. On that date, Jupiter...

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RH Negative Blood: Alien-Nephilim-Hybrid Nonsense

A couple months ago my PEERANORMAL Podcast focused on this modern myth. Here’s a pretty thorough-but-readable essay on the RH nephilim silliness. It’s very informative. I guess at a time when people are willing to believe the earth is actually flat and all ISS / NASA photographs of the earth are fakes it shouldn’t surprise me that science ignorance would lead to this absurdity. But maybe it’s that I just don’t want to believe people can be this gullible. I can’t laugh at something so...

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Elongated Skulls: Professional vs. Amateur Research

Below are three informative essays on elongated skulls that anyone interested in the topic should read. They are informative because they provide a good survey (and sources in the notes) of the sort of research professionals conduct on these skulls, and because they critique amateur efforts (Marzulli, Foerster efforts). The latter is important, as the essays note the foibles of amateur research by asking the kinds of questions about data and methodology that real experts ask — and expect to be addressed, because their own work has to account for the same items. Some of the essays are old,...

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