JEM in Historical Accounts: Concentration Camp as Metaphor for the Biblical Israelite Camp

While this study is uninterested in speculating on the historical events occurring during World War II that involved Jews, there are many elements of Biblical descriptions especially of the camp of the wandering Israelites and sacrificial rituals, particularly as they appear in Leviticus, that remind us of the official Holocaust narrative at least as it […]

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A Footnote on Dying-and-Rising Cults as Useful Categorization

Modern scholars sometimes reject the usage of the term Dying-and-Rising God. I accept this helpful categorization as did Carl Jung and James George Frazer. It identifies important symbolic patterns appearing in myth where I suggest, for instance, earlier mythological figures are being consciously referenced in later developing myths. Indeed, in my opinion, it is clear, […]

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