Dieser verblendete Kreationismus-Fanatiker behauptet doch tatsächlich, die Israeliten hätten sich während ihrer 40-jährigen Wüstenwanderschaft nicht, wie hinlänglich bekannt und erwiesen, ausschliesslich von psychedelische Pilzen, sondern, haha, von Tirmania Wüstentrüffel ernährt.
Wie lächerlich ist das denn bitte !?!
In this 9 min video I make a case that the Manna spoken of in the Bible may be the Terfezia and Tirmania Desert Truffles of the Middle east region. In doing so, I am also refuting the idea that Manna was any variety of psychedelic mushrooms, a theory widely held by alternative researchers. I look at the following characteristics of manna and compare them with what we know about the desert truffle and contrast that with the psychedelic mushroom theory. I quote from the following well reference article from the University of Wisconsin Botany department called Fungus of the month January 2007 by Elinoar Shavit and Tom Volk botit.botany.wisc.edu here are some factors I considered Sustenance capability Geography habitat it is said that manna was white and tasted like wafers in honey. Numbers 11:7 adds that manna was like coriander seed, the color of bdellium, Numbers 11:8 adds that it could be ground, pounded, boiled and made into cakes. Timing of Manna Fall Appeared overnight in the morning It becomes infested with maggots when left out, It melts in the sun It is Small and round And it appears suddenly, without seed or root. I think that everything that the magic mushroom theory does the truffle does better, and everything that magic mushroom theory doesnt do the truffle does do. Weigh the evidence for yourself but I think it is very clear.