5,000 year old NYC in Israel: Gaser, Gazer, Gezer

KorbenDallas

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This has popped up in my Reddit feed today.

HARISH, northern Israel - A massive 5,000-year-old metropolis that housed some 6,000 residents has been uncovered alongside Israel’s newest city, Harish, during new roadworks. The 160-acre city is the largest Early Bronze Age settlement excavated in Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced on Sunday.

The ruins clearly show a web of roads and alleys, as well as the design of the buildings. Among the most unique structures uncovered was a temple where religious rituals were performed. A seal imprint featuring the figure of a stylized man raising his hands in prayer and a head figurine were found at the site.
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A sprawling 5,000-year-old city dubbed the "New York" of the Early Bronze Age was discovered in northern Israel's Ein Iron area.

Been Raining Recently?
What are you guys hiding up there?
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KD: Mainstream is so predictable in the BS they feed us, that it becomes easier and easier to question their made up lies and pseudo-scientific non-sense.

Ein Assur near Harish
Fifteen second search for the location in Israel produces the location of this mysterious "5,000 year old" Israeli NYC. Google Mapped Harish shoes us the general location, and the triangular pond looking thingy pinpoint the site. I am not sure why they chose to substitute a rather convenient Tel Assor with Ein Assur, but what else is new, right? But... there is a method to their madness.

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Now we will establish a reference point, which is the city of Caesarea.

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And one more reference point tied into the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee.

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Now we pull up the very first map pre-dating 1650. The one I stumbled upon was this 1629 Terra Sancta, Palestina map. As you can see we have a whole bunch of places out there.

Next, we do a bit of google translation. Our Ein Assur, where "Ein"- עֵין - is spring or fountain (other meaning also exist), and "Assur"-גֶּדִי- is a young goat. Now we turn to our 1629 map.

City of Gaser in the land of Ephraim
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A little more googling, and we establish the following > "goat", a city in Ephraim. Well, and Gaser sounds very much like a geyser. Now we will add our reference points.
  • Ein = spring, fountain > Gaser
  • Assur = goat > Ephraim
Oh, and apparently, Tel Aviv means “Spring Mound”. Essentially we have Tel Assor turned into Ein Assur. Why?

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GASER-city
Gezer became a major fortified Canaanite city-state in the first half of the 2nd millennium BCE. It was later destroyed by fire and rebuilt. The Amarna letters mention kings of Gezer swearing loyalty to the Egyptian Pharaoh. Its importance was due in part to the strategic position it held at the crossroads of the ancient coastal trade route linking Egypt with Syria, Anatolia and Mesopotamia, and the road to Jerusalem and Jericho, both important trade routes.
Conclusion: Archaeologists do not want to disclose, that they located the city of Gaser, aka Gazer/Gezer, situated in the Ephraim land. It appears that this Gaser-city was alive and kicking just prior to 1650s AD.
  • Now we understand why they chose the name of Ein Assur. We also understand that someone out there knows exactly what they are doing.
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Courtesy of TPTB: But guess what? The Gaser-city was allegedly discovered years ago. Check out where they placed Gaser at. Misleading in everything they are.
More Biblical Cities
On the above map we can see Ephra and Bethel. More Old Testament city-towns on a 1629 map? Ephra-city, and Bethel -city? How come?
  • If they have not located those, we could probably help them out.
Gideon was a military leader, judge and prophet whose calling and victory over the Midianites are recounted in chapters 6 to 8 of the Book of Judges in the Hebrew Bible.
Gideon Choosing his Soldiers, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'
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KD: 5,000 years old my bananas... Obviously, all of the above is just my opinion, but...
  • why do we have cities mentioned in the Old Testament on the 16th century map?
  • TPTB excavated this city of Gaser in the Ephraim land , and told us what exactly?
  • they were digging in there for over two years. What was dug out?
In my opinion, the city of Gaser still existed in approximately 1629, because... well, because it just did. This thousands of years story is a screen of BS meant to shield the truth from becoming public knowledge.

TPTB is hiding behind these "thousands" of years, because the truth is better left untold. Where else do we see the same tactics?
There could be a slight chance that:
P.S. While I think that they located the Gaser-city, you may have an opinion of your own. There are plenty of cities on the maps. Here is a 1608 map for you.

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Interesting that the quote that's repeated is "NYC" and "NYC style". I mean, I know what it's trying to say at face value... But it's almost condescending of them, "look at this place that we estimated had a population of 6,000 people, 5,000 years ago! This is like their New York City, how cute!"
 
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This city is just a place for me. Heck, I could be wrong on the name. But it will only mean that it’s the next city over on that map. Or it could be one of these.

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What I find important is the timing. We have all these Troys, Pompeiis and Homorras on the 16th century maps. All of them were allegedly lost for thousands of years. Yet all of them are on the maps. Some of them we have never found, and the other ones we did. The ones we did were on the maps in the same locations in the 16th century. Some we managed to find in other places. These other places I question, but the main thing is the timing of everything.

What’s not in the Bible? The pyramids are not. For me that means that when the bible was written, them pyramids were not up yet, but these cities were around. 15th-17th century we end up with for both, the Bible and the pyramids. There is obviously additional evidence out there, but this alone is pretty telling.
 

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This city is just a place for me. Heck, I could be wrong on the name. But it will only mean that it’s the next city over on that map. Or it could be one of these.


What I find important is the timing. We have all these Troys, Pompeiis and Homorras on the 16th century maps. All of them were allegedly lost for thousands of years. Yet all of them are on the maps. Some of them we have never found, and the other ones we did. The ones we did were on the maps in the same locations in the 16th century. Some we managed to find in other places. These other places I question, but the main thing is the timing of everything.

What’s not in the Bible? The pyramids are not. For me that means that when the bible was written, them pyramids were not up yet, but these cities were around. 15th-17th century we end up with for both, the Bible and the pyramids. There is obviously additional evidence out there, but this alone is pretty telling.

They have laid deception upon deception, a house of cards. Whether we speak of chronology, historical fact vs. made out of whole cloth stage sets and fictions, religion and dogma vs. deliverance (spiritual healing which removes unclean spirits and often heals bodily issues), physical healing, clothing and feeding people as Jesus did, or the real nature of reality vs. the occulted schemes of scientism; this world is full of lies.

Why? Well, someone has had a legal right here, and he is called "the father of lies", and "rebelious".

In fact, the author of the Rules for Radicals, wrote him into the dedication.

Yes, likely the timeline is completely different and with this we expose the lies.
 
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Look at the 20th century alone. We develop so fast. At the same time we consider our predecessors to be dumb and stupid, for the most part. Yet, they allegedly had the same brain.

They only excelled erecting ridiculously complicated buildings. The ones we marvel today. What did they use, Roman numerals for calculations? And it’s funny, how copies of so many allegedly ancient texts survived, but no copies of building projects a la Coliseum, Parthenon or Pantheon did. Naive we are. We buy stuff like automaton building spike in the second half of the 18th century, which only lasted 50 years and led to no progress.

What am I getting to here. We have excuses upon excuses upon more excuses, and I believe the same applies to maps.

When our official history science tells us that a certain city was destroyed and forgotten in 79AD, or whenever, and it was not found until 1780s... than how do we have this city in the exact same location on 300 years worth of maps?

I think there is only one possible explanation for this historical anomaly.
 

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I think there is only one possible explanation for this historical anomaly.
Fitting facts to official historical theory. As always and everywhere.
We still need to figure out which story is alternative, from research enthusiasts or official.
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Recently I came across a video from one of the Russian alternative specialists. When repairing a road in the city, in a clay layer, at a depth of 1 meter, a human skeleton was found. The bones are broken, the posture is unnatural.
Not even digging out until the end, the "historians" announced that this was the "burial of the 1st century AD." That’s the whole “official” story.
 

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One also has to realize that the Isrealis don't want anyone to figure out that they have absolutely no historical ties nor claim to that land....
 

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What am I getting to here. We have excuses upon excuses upon more excuses, and I believe the same applies to maps.
Some while ago, I came to realize that people can indeed be brainwashed to trust their slave masters more then their own senses.
 

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Looking at the 1629 map, you can locate certain cities (Beit Hanini/Beit Haron) which I think would locate Gazer further south maybe around Sha'ar Efraim~ the so called NYC looks better placed to be Samaria. In the 1629 map a few observances~ The Sea of Galilee seems to extend further South if Hamat Garder is Gadera, and the mountains illustrated don't correspond to the present particularly well- especially in Jorden, which is now pretty flat especially East of Galilee. The make of the earth around Israel in general is fairly soft ie it's not exposed deep sedimentary rock, that would most easily turn into "mud"~ another thing to bear in mind with the mud flood, the Jorden Valley is the on the Dead Sea Tranform and the 1608 map does not show the Haifa peninsular, the whole area is a major convergence of fault lines and earthquakes are common in Northern Isreal and they are awaiting the big one. Looking at the map, Caesarea is well shown as a city, until it was dug out of the mud, probably only the amphitheater was left on show.
Use of resonance as a weapon could trigger earthquakes?
The 1608 map shows lands of Jebusaia (and other Canaanite tribes?), although Jerusalum is not Jebus, so map is after King Davids capture of Jebus;
The 1629 map gives established tribal boundaries and the Jebusites have no lands~ the Jebsusites were not completely destroyed but were assimilated into Judea Joshua 15:63~ a tenuous chronological dating might be achieved.

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Earthquake of 2018​
Published 13/02/2019 on Haaretz web:
In general, we’re worried about the whole Dead Sea Transform (the Syrian-African great rift) from Eilat to Lebanon,” qualifies Dr. Yariv Hamiel, head of the GSI’s Geological Hazards and Geological Engineering Division. “There could be a strong quake anywhere along it at any time,” he adds.
"In recorded history, the Jordan Valley experienced major earthquakes in the years 746 and 1033. Historical sources, and the Bible, tell of others even earlier. In the south, the most recent major quake was in 1212."
so 1033 could actually be after 1629?
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