By Anna Von Reitz
The Bible is essentially an Egyptian-retelling of Hebrew history liberally edited numerous times by groups with axes to grind. What remains is a very strange book indeed.
Even the name of the Bible is peculiar. The words "Holy Bible" translate as "Sun Book". Why? Because the Egyptians who created it worshiped a sun god, Amon Ra, and their object in compiling the Bible was very different from what we assume.
Didn't it ever strike you as odd that the Hebrews, out there roaming around in the desert, managed to compile such a record as the Bible presents?