| Mauro Biglino|
Mauro Biglino Wikipedia
Mauro Biglino (born September 13, 1950, Torino) is an Italian essayist and translator.
Biglino has translated the Masoretic text for the publisher Edizioni San Paolo. He was interviewed by the Italian national television and several radio stations.
For Biglino, through direct analysis of the Hebrew texts of the Bible, knowledge and understanding of religious thought is today more accessible. Biglino translates literally what he reads in the Old Testament, deliberately ignoring those aspects of the faith, reserved for the personal sensitivity. Biglino therefore proposes an examination of the Old Testament through the literal translation of the Hebrew text, the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. In particular, he emphasizes the technological knowledge of those who, according to the author, would have created man in his own image and likeness. Furthermore, he shows that, in the biblical texts, there are references to alien craft - or at least to devices built using technologies not known at the time and not compatible with the level of technological knowledge of the period - and the presence of beings from other planets. In addition to the UFO theories, he exposes translations that differ in form and in content from those adopted by the major religions. In his book "The Bible is not a holy book," the author focuses on how the divinity, spiritually speaking, would not be present in the Old Testament, and also questions possible changes to the text during the centuries.
Although the work of Biglino is original, several other authors have theorized the alien presence in the sacred texts. Among these Erich von Däniken, Zecharia Sitchin, Walter Raymond Drake, Mario Pincherle, Peter Kolosimo, Father Barry Downing, Father Enrique Lopez Guerrero, Corrado Malanga, and Biagio Russo. Erich von Däniken is one of the main supporters of the ancient astronaut hypothesis, he translated mainly from the Greek and Latin but not from the Hebrew, while Zecharia Sitchin translated from Sumerian sources.