In Greece, they have found ancient grave sites where a mishmash of odd dinosaur bones have been loosely laid out in the shapes of men.  The head might be a mastodon, the arms and legs, put together from mixed dinosaur bones to form a weird extra tall, man shaped skeleton.  In Greece, there were fossils so thick that, in places 1000s of bones jutted from the hillsides.

Greek historian Solinus, (c. AD 200) wrote:  "Before there were any humans on Pallene, the story goes that a battle was fought between the gods and the giants.  (They) Continue to be seen to this day, whenever torrents swell with rain and excessive water breaks their banks and floods the fields. They say that even now in gullies and ravines the people discover bones of immeasurable enormity, like men's carcasses but far bigger."   

Historians believe this may have been where the concept of Greek gods came from.  It makes sense.  The Greeks found large unexplainable bones in piles.  Where did they come from?  They didn't know about dinosaurs, they thought some great battle had been fought by giants.  The skulls of elephants and mastodons have one large hole in the front where the trunk attaches, it must have looked to them like some kind of monster.  If you use your imagination, like a cyclops!

The American Museum of Natural History has an article which says,

"Eyeing the Evidence
The one-eyed giants, called Cyclopes, of Greek myths are usually said to live on the island of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. Significantly, the island was once home to ancient elephants whose enormous, fossilized skulls and bones can still be found today eroding out of cliffs and hillsides. As far back as the 1370s, scholars have suggested that when the first inhabitants of the island encountered elephant skulls, they might have mistaken the large central hole where the trunk was attached for the enormous single eye socket of a Cyclops."

That is a common sense explanation of how the Greek gods and mythology came to be.  Many of these gods were part animal, part human.  The bone fields were mixed parts of bones, and they were a mystery to them, and they had no way of knowing about dinosaurs as we do today.

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Where are the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel?

Normally, to search for a “lost Israelite,” you would look for someone who observed the Saturday Sabbath, kept God’s commanded Holy Days (Leviticus 23) and food laws, but not in this case.   To find these lost Israelites we must follow the Baal Trail.  Why?  Because in the book of Kings, we see that the Ten Lost Tribes began to worship a sun god named Baal, who is mentioned over 80 times in the Bible!  They did not repent of this false sun worship, and as punishment, they were taken into captivity around 700 b.c. and they never returned to their former identity as Israelites. 

If we can find out what Baal worship entailed, and where it finally put down roots, we can actually trace these Israelites back through their false religion.  We know that they did not live in the nation of Judah, because the book of James is addressed to the 12 tribes scattered abroad!  Here is a weird and wonderful clue.  Baal's wife was Ishtar (Easter) a fertility goddess, whose symbols were eggs and bunny rabbits!  The word Easter is erroneously used one time in the Bible, but the original is Pasha, which should be translated Passover!  The translators used their tradition and mistranslated the word. Since there is much evidence for keeping Passover and nil evidence for observing Easter in the Bible, we have to ask, where did this Easter tradition come from in the first place?  You might be shocked to know the answer to that question!

Where are the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel?



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