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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    If you still haven't watched this yet you're missing something very, very special...do it! :)
    Well you raised this one from the dead. lol.

    GREAT documentary.

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    Yet another team of false witnesses on display here. Check out this analysis: Analysis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tehilah Ba'Aretz View Post
    Yet another team of false witnesses on display here. Check out this analysis: Analysis
    So the documentary is great but the actual content is not ? That has happened before...

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    I am sure I saw this on the old forum. Kinda interesting, but I am not sure of its veracity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tehilah Ba'Aretz View Post
    Yet another team of false witnesses on display here. Check out this analysis: Analysis
    Well it sure passes the 'eye test'. I mentioned this to a Jewish Biblical scholar one time, about this video, the location, etc, and it was immediately rejected because it had already been 'proven' in their eyes where it was. Just because someone refutes it doesn't mean it's so. And it's not necessarily so because of the video. But the video evidence sure is compelling.

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    Oh well... never mind...believe what you want.

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    Makes you wonder

    Is this guy a biblical archeologist who finds amazing historical evidence or is he a wannabe biblical Indiana Jones who stretches the scenario to get acclaim

    Also are the reputable archeologists jealous because they haven't found these treasures and are upset a wannabe has discovered them and their egos are bruised.
    Yet they may legitimately be exposing a fraud and can see through his errors because of their specialised training.

    My brain is hurting

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    Sometimes it's not jealousy but rather an entrenched mindset. A paradigm shift can hurt too much even when the evidence is compelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    Sometimes it's not jealousy but rather an entrenched mindset. A paradigm shift can hurt too much even when the evidence is compelling.
    Exactly.

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    This one is in the category of "To good to be true." One guy, especially one who has no training in archaeology, simply does not find and solve several ancient mysteries. So I admit that I started with a strong inclination to be suspicious. When I tried to trace his research, I found huge gaping holes.
    I know several working archaeologists including Israel's chief of archaeology. I have studied and worked beside them. The guys I know are brilliant. They are very willing to try to track down the faintest hint of an ancient mystery. They are also meticulous in documenting their work. They don't worry about another archaeologist stealing their site, their research of their credit because they start out working together and stay that way.
    It takes a huge budget to conduct any dig and the funders, if they are legitimate, want a lot of details. There simply are no secret digs that are legitimate.
    The thing is, they get it wrong from time to time. And when they do, they learn from the mistakes. It is actually considered good practice to examine the work of a fellow archaeologist and try to find errors. If a guy can't prove a thing, it is open for criticism.

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