I never said that the Bible is an historical book, deserving a total trust from the historians. But this book has been written like a non-fiction novel with chosen passages of the life of specific people and the interactions between the aliens/angels (and God) and groups of people. They were not trying to report each event, nor to tell a whole story. Only what constituted important milestones were mentioned, provided that this was depending on the authors' worldview and interests. But when you read the numerous pages (around 2,000) you see that they did it the most honest way possible, considering that they didn't have our level of knowledge nor our cultural references. They also didn't see coming the erosion of time on their works, erosion that they progressively compensated by organisations able to convey the story through the centuries by the means available in each historical period. That is when additions and withdrawals could have appeared, BUT VERY FEW ACTUALLY. Look at today. We have invented a great number of technological means to convey and keep the knowledge, should it be mundane or vital. Each of those means could not survive a century or two, not even 20 years for some of them. Would that mean that a millennium from now our civilization will be seen as inaccurate, inconclusive and based on beliefs systems only in its reports? No, it would mean that a (great?) number of reports will be missing. Now, when it comes to the prophecies, given that they are supposed to come from heaven, one MUST wait for accurate inputs. As a matter of facts, THIS IS THE CASE! Those prophecies are very precise in terms of situations, events and characters...ONCE one has the key to decode them, what the researchers of the past, and even of the present, did not have until my work.