Daniel in the den of lions a happy story, not.
We all know the story of Daniel in the lions den. King Darius and Daniel best of friends, so
what happen. Well it seemed the governors and satraps were jealous of Daniel and plotted to bring
him down. They sought to find some charge against Daniel concerning the kingdom, so Daniel end
up in the lions den. We all know the story he survived, he told the King Darius angels shut the mouths of
the lions I guess they forgot about their claws that needed a bit of disinfecting. And then he kisses up to
the King by telling him "O king live forever".
Who remember the rest of the story? This is when the sh--t get crazy.
After the king find out about the plan to bring Daniel down..... Daniel 6:24 "and they brought those
men who had accused Daniel, and they cast them into the den of lions (now this is where it gets sick) them,
their children, and their wives: and the lions overpowered them, and broke all their bones in pieces before
they ever came to the bottom of the den".
There is some sick sh--t in the Bible.
So that chapter ends at Daniel 6:28 "So this Daniel prospered in the reign of Darius". I can see why, who
in the hell is stupid enough to say anything against Daniel you may end up as food for the lions.
JM: " I can see why, whois stupid enough to say anything against Daniel you may end up as food for the lions.
or be stupid enough to say anything against the GB/F&DS, or the local glorious ones, or you end up as food for birds., Angels in Daniel's time were great, fire resistant, lion hypnotizers. Wrestling with angels from other places. Ripley's.
Looking back on it, it's pretty easy to see that the book of Daniel is just a fairy tale for jews. He's basically a superman who can literally do anything and he always does the right thing, comes out on top every time.
What would stop a lion from simply squashing Daniel? Nothing. A lion weighs something like 200 kg, and can reach speeds of 50 km/h. That is about like pushing a grand piano at 30 MPH into someone--do you think you would survive without serious injury? And, if that lion decided to sit right on your lungs after the impact, you would be suffocated. Not to mention lions are equipped with claws, both on their paws and on the tip of their tail, that are capable of mauling and killing people.
What this is is another instance of trust in joke-hova, and everything will be all right. Another stock example of joke-hova protecting the "faithful"--along with the filthy angel that protected them in the furnace. Of course, there is the disclaimer that it will not necessarily happen now, but you still abide by that stock example and trust that filthy scum of a god.
Of course, they will not mention a peep that the only reason joke-hova protected these hebrews is because they were Jewish and in the line of the messiah. How many of us are Jewish? Even among those who are, how many are leading up to the messiah? None, since that happened before. Hence, no need for joke-hova to protect anyone as individuals today. This pattern runs up the whole damnation book--everyone joke-hova protected was somehow instrumental to providing that fake messiah that is good for nothing, and that second coming of a real messiah that will enslave the whole world under global communism. The whole LIE-ble (the quran, also) is psychic witchcraft to sap energy from the people and put it into that filthy messiah.
The Jews took old stories and just re worked them for what ever reason. Noah, job, Daniel , Adam, these are just some of the characters from older stories the Jews stole .
The Book of Daniel as we have it today was assembled in the 2nd century BCE, some 400 years after the time of Nebuchadnezzar. Using parables, the writers were telling Jews who were being presecuted by Antiochus Epiphanes that Yahweh would look after them and protect them from the lions (Antiochus).
They used symbolic messaging to strengthen one another without raising the suspicions of their oppressors.
Being so far removed from the period they were writing about, they made many historical mistakes, but of course some were deliberate, such as transferring Nabonidus' 10-year madness and giving that experience to Nebuchadnezzar.
(Some parts of Daniel are from Greek while other parts are from the Aramaic.)
We all know the story of Daniel in the lions den
Daniel was actually an undergrad student. He was merely collecting data for his dissertation on lion behaviour.
Prior to entering the den, he'd constructed an ethogram and everything.