Alchemy & MEMEs and the Unknown Man ‘E’ born 1173 B.C.

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JE

JE is a hypothetical intermediate source text of the Torah postulated by the DH. It is a combination and redaction of the Jahwist (J) and Elohist (E) source texts. According to this hypothesis, J was composed c. 950 BC, E was composed c. 850 BC, and the two were combined into JE c. 750 BC. JE was combined into the Torah c. 400 BC.

The JE source is believed to make up parts of Genesis, Exodus, and Numbers. It is primarily identified as different from the Priestly source (P) in those texts and uses an older form of Hebrew.

JE treats God as a human-like figure, capable of regret, and appearing in person at events. JE makes use of supernatural creatures such as angels as intermediaries, as well as mystical talking creatures, and supernatural objects to display purity and evil combined. In JE, God is shown as merciful and capable of being persuaded to change his mind.

JE was created when J and E were combined and edited together, by an unidentified redactor, referred to as RJE. The DH asserts that this occurred c. 750 BC, after the destruction of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. According to this theory, refugees from the Northern Kingdom who held the E text, came into Judah which held the J text. The two sources were subsequently unified, in order to preserve both traditions, yet still hold by one book of Moses.[1] RJE seems to have omitted parts of E, and perhaps some of J in the process; though he may have had a fragmentary E source to begin with.

SUS

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J + E + SUS = how to format a hard drive … with a brand new OS using the same old rules …

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Now what are MEMEs?
And what do mEmEs have to do with a fragmentary source ‘E’?

Unknown Man ‘E’

2B continued

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