Mursili's Omen of the Sum
Tue Jul 11, 2017 03:42
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Here's another good overview of Mursili II timeline.
www.exegenesis.com

Just click on 1st Vol. in the blue box at left-hand-side of Home Page and scroll-down to Page 26 to view the 24 June 1312BC, Total Solar Eclipse in Anatolia, for Mursil II.

  • Mursili's Omen of the SunMarianne Luban, Mon Jul 10 08:38
    I have looked into this a bit more. Here's a good overview: https://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+solar+omen+of+Mursili+II.+(Brief+Communications).-a083939817
    • Mursili's Omen of the Sum — Robert P. Killian, Tue Jul 11 03:42
      • re: Mursili's Omen of the SunMarianne Luban, Tue Jul 11 17:41
        What in the world do you mean by this? "These new chronological dates are supported by biblical scripture and also confirmed in the much better documentation of the book of Jasher."
        • re: Mursili's Omen of the SunRobert P. Killian, Wed Jul 12 02:39
          What I mean by saying: "These new chronological dates are supported by biblical scripture and also confirmed in the much better documentation of the Book of Jasher". Is,---that these newly computed... more
          • The Book of JasherMarianne Luban, Wed Jul 12 09:39
            Robert, you wrote: "These new chronological dates are supported by biblical scripture and also confirmed in the much better documentation of the book of Jasher." But when I asked what you meant by... more
            • The Book of JasherRobert Killian, Thu Jul 13 07:49
              Marianne Luban, You claim:--- "That's because you do have no way of knowing how accurate anything in this book is..." etc. My response: Then you mention one of the exact sequential timeline sequence... more
            • The Book of JasherRobert Killian, Wed Jul 12 15:57
              Just click-on,---www.exegenesis.com and read down to verify that Moses was 18yrs old, ("when he kills the egyptian and flees"), in 148th year of Israel in Egypt. Moses was 27yrs old, (when he begins... more
              • Re: The Book of JasherAnonymous, Thu Jul 13 08:46
                Robert wrote: "Moses was 27yrs old, (when he begins 40yr reign in Kush)), in 157th year, at death of Kikanus, king of Kush." In the 55th year of which king of Egypt? "Exodus: Passover at 'midnight'... more
                • Re: The Book of JasherRobert Killian, Fri Jul 14 01:34
                  To interested ANEC Forum members, In regard to the 5 year 'error' in calculations of the birth 'date' for Abraham by Eusebius, our Father of Biblical History, we must first establish the accurate... more
                  • Re: The Book of JasherRobert Killian, Sat Jul 15 02:44
                    In my 'Post' 177754: The correct year of St. Jerome's 'Revision' and 'updated' of the 'Chronicle' of Eusebius is actually about 420AD, NOT 420BC, as I, again, failed to 'check-before-posting' my... more
                • Re: The Book of JasherRobert Killian, Thu Jul 13 13:43
                  Hi again Marianne, (not too Anonymous, huh,) You wrote: in article 17644. For example "In the 55th year of the reign of Pharoah king of Egypt, reigned Moses in Kush. Moses was 27yrs old when he began ... more
                  • Re: The Book of JasherMarianne Luban, Thu Jul 13 15:00
                    Robert wrote: "Hi again Marianne, (not too Anonymous, huh,)" I never try to be anonymous here. Sometimes I forget to put my name in the "Author" box--that's all, When you leave it blank it calls you... more
                    • Re: The Book of JasherMarianne Luban, Fri Aug 18 09:57
                      I was rereading some of these posts today to get a sense of the entire discussion and its most salient points and.... Robert: "You wrote: in article 17644. For example "In the 55th year of the reign... more
                    • The Book of JasherRobert Killian, Thu Jul 13 16:37
                      Ok!--- let's just forget it!
          • The Book of JasherMarianne Luban, Wed Jul 12 09:21
            Robert, you wrote: "These new chronological dates are supported by biblical scripture and also confirmed in the much better documentation of the book of Jasher." But when I asked what you meant by... more
      • re: Mursili's Omen of the SunMarianne Luban, Tue Jul 11 11:51
        Arinniti was a sun goddess to whom, it is claimed Mursili II was particularly devoted. She is represented in this relief:... more
        • re: Mursili's Omen of the SunMarianne Luban, Tue Jul 11 12:22
          And see here about Hittites and omens and oracles. For all we know, this whole thing may be about nothing more than a cult statue being asked a question. The Egyptians did this and, evidently, so did ... more
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