I don't think he was a water-bender I think he was the actual avatar! I mean do you think a normal water-bender could split a sea in two? No! He must have been in the avatar state plus remember how he split a stone to create a waterspout? Clearly water and earth bending at the same time. And the fire wall that blocked the Egyptians? Fire-bending! And the thick mist that blocked the Egyptian vision at night? Water and air-bending ... wow that make lots more sense then this bronze age fairy tells. Thats it I'm quieting being an atheist and start being an avatar worshipper. Hail you spirit of the earth and you numerous incarnations! Hi Moses, Hi Aang, Hi Korra, Hi Roku etc.
Hey das chupa,just to let you know that I've used your above (and excellent) moses gfx on my blog: http://arnaud.quette.frThanks for the "waterbender" topic, it was an excellent intro for my post.cheers,-- Arno
There is something to be said about Moses being an Avatar, given that the waters are parted in the story through the use of wind, and because both Moses and Elijah appear to Jesus on the mountain as if they were past Avatar lives.That being said, I was wondering if Mr. Parker might do an Elijah-as-Fire-Bender piece of follow-up art? That would be awesome!Signed,An ordained minister and Avatar devotee!
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