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1 HappyWarrior  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 10:31:36am

I liked Dazed and Confused too man! Such a great movie. Oh wait, he’s completely serious and not stoned out of his mind.

2 chadu  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 10:45:04am
Also if the Egyptians were going to dedicate this land to one of their gods, why Baal? Baal was one of the many Canaanite gods. (…) If the polytheistic Egyptians actually had come to America, prior to Columbus, wouldn’t they have been more likely to dedicated this land to one of the gods that we normally think of when we think of ancient Egypt? Say the supreme god in the traditional Egyptian pantheon, Amun-Re?

Because Baal had better barbeques, obviously.

Baby: the Other Other White Meat!

3 nines09  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 11:07:39am

I think America is cursed by undiagnosed head trauma cases like this and the cretins who pay him to hallucinate. Don’t like real history? Make up your own. Tired of being a nobody? Claim to speak for God. Don’t hold up that convenience store. Fleece a flock. Got money and not enough power (at least in your mind)? Buy a political party. That’s a curse of stupidity and the forces that encourage and rely upon it.

4 Timothy Watson  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 11:08:30am

No wonder SG-1 had so much trouble with Ba’al trying to take over the United States so often:

5 calochortus  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 11:40:58am

Ba’al is so much more powerful than the Christian god that graffiti a few thousand years ago cannot be overcome by millions of practicing Christians now? Thanks for clarifying that.
Where can I find a temple dedicated to this incredibly powerful deity?

6 CriticalDragon1177  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 12:41:06pm

re: #5 calochortus

Good one. We might easily get that impression by what “historian”
John Benefiel said

7 Bulworth  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 1:19:15pm
Citing the work of pseudo-scholar Barry Fell, Benefiel asserted that it is an established fact

that ancient Egyptian Baal-worshipers came to America and left thousands of rock carvings spread all over the nation literally claiming the land in the name of Baal


This is gold, Jerry, GOLD!

8 Shiplord Kirel  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 1:33:19pm

re: #7 Bulworth

>that ancient Egyptian Baal-worshipers came to America and left thousands of rock carvings spread all over the nation literally claiming the land in the name of Baal


>This is gold, Jerry, GOLD!

Great. Now we’ll have fundies defacing ancient rock carvings for religious reasons, on top of the drunken vandalism that is so much a part of yahoo culture in this country.

9 John Vreeland  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 2:18:43pm

1: Ba’al was a Caananite term, not Egyptian (as was already mentioned)
2: Ba’al was not a specific god but simply an honorific title, like “Lord” (but not THE Lord) so there never actually was a god named “Ba’al” anywhere.

10 CriticalDragon1177  Thu, Mar 13, 2014 2:53:16pm

re: #9 John Vreeland

According to one of my sources, there was a God worshiped by Egyptians called Baal, but I don’t think he was as popular as the traditional Egyptian Gods.

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