TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 7
Over the first six presentations in this series we covered only 20 of TruthVid’s 100 Proofs, and now that we are past all of the most important of the points he hopes to make, we imagine we may progress a little faster through the next 80. But maybe not. In any case, out of necessity, we may still have to repeat ourselves, finding it necessary to explain things which we have already covered in detail. Our first item this evening is one of those things, so I will do my best to present it from a different perspective.
First, we shall discuss a few important points that may have been missed in our last presentation:
Agriculture – Did we neglect to make mention of the fact that the calendar and feast days were all related to agriculture and the planting and harvest seasons? Only recently, since the dawn of the industrial age, has our own view of a calendar moved away from its dependence upon agriculture, however many of our modern holidays began in celebration of agricultural events such as planting and harvest and first fruits.
White Israelites in archaeology – [in Part 5,] I neglected to mention the 3rd century AD frescos discovered in the synagogue at Dura-Europos in eastern Syria, 275 miles east of the Mediterranean Sea and 325 miles north-northeast of ancient Tyre. These are at least as important as discoveries in Galilee, such as the mosaics at Hukkok, because they are apparently older and much further east that Galilee, in lands that were not controlled by Rome. If these Judaeans in diverse places were White, then the ancient Israelites must also have been White.