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The Hu ft Lzzy Hale

Discussion in 'Music' started by crossfire, Aug 11, 2022.

  1. crossfire

    crossfire Antinomian feminist heretic freak ☿
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    Music nerds' delight...
     
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    Absolutely love this song. Sent it to my mom on mother's day.

    Not her taste in music, but I think she at least appreciated the sentiment.
     
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    Here is another good Collab with The HU and Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach.

     
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    A match arranged in heaven, Adam and Eve.

    Genesis 1:26Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, after Our likeness, to rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, and over all the earth itself and every creature that crawls upon it.” 27So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. 28God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it; rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and every creature that crawls upon the earth.”
     
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    I've always found this interesting, who was God talking too? His wife? Another God/dess?. :)
     
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    Nothing like a bit of Mongolian folk-metal.
     
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    It goes on to say "So God created man in His own image;" I would say that God was speaking to Himself.
     
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    To use the collective or royal "our" in that capacity is strange.

    I'd never create something and say, look what we've done. Or look at how our piece is coming together.

    Unless, there was another deity/person there.

    I sense coverups of the Polytheistic roots of Christianity.

    Which seems accurate given YHWH was a War-God from the Canaanite pantheon.

    "According to Amzallag, long before becoming the deity of the Israelites, Yahweh was a god of metallurgy in the ancient Canaanite pantheon, worshipped by smelters and metalworkers throughout the Levant, not just by the Hebrews."

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ha...000017f-dc86-d3ff-a7ff-fda6aa390000?_amp=true
     
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    Another person who was also YHWH is what the Bible goes on to tell us.
    I would say that YHWH entered the Canaanite pantheon through the Israelites who came to Canaan and started dabbling in Canaanite gods and so some god mix and matching happened.
     
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    According to the article I posted based on biblical archaeology, posits it was the opposite. YHWH was a metallurgy god of the Canaanites, who became the sole protector eventually of the Israelites.

    Edit: but yes, God/dess mix and matching was pretty common then. Also, leading credence to my Polytheistic bent. Many Gods, under many guises
     
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    I would say that much of Biblical Archaeology these days is based on the philosophy of science in which the miraculous is presumed wrong and the truth of any gods is presumed wrong and so the Bible is presumed wrong and the God of Israel, YHWH, did not come to the Israelites as Genesis and Exodus tell us, but came from other cultures.
     
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    I think there is a biblical archeologist on staff as a mod here (and he's a believer), that would find this a silly rebuttal.

    Most biblical archeologists aren't against the Bible but in full support of it.

    ****... As an archaeologist (1 semester from grad) myself, I think it's silly rebuttal myself. I don't doubt some biblical miracles or even some accuracy. But I do doubt it's supposed "innerrancy", nothing is without fault and problems.
     
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    I'm just a conservative believer who believes the Bible above the archaeologists when the archaeologists start saying that Moses was not real, and the Jews did not come and conquer Canaan etc.
    IMO archaeology is a science which to a certain extent decides the truth and interpretation of what is found through a scientist consensus and when there are alternative views of the evidence, what gets spread abroad as what science has found, is usually the consensus, which seems to be a majority vote to me.
    So I'm more likely to believe someone like David Rohl than someone like Israel Finkelstein.
     
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    I really like The HU's cover of Metallica's Sad But True. It really fits in with The HU's association of the different members with different elements and their musical instruments with ritual instruments.
     
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