The invasion of Canaan by the bloodthirty, patriarchial and fanatical followers of Yahweh, the people later known as the Israelites, took place around BCE. Search inside the book. Because transsexual women could not become pregnant, they had a special regard and sacred sexual relations with them, which were indeed viewed as a sacred rite and not some wild orgy, brought the partner into an even more sacred state. This was the common pattern as societies turned more patriarchial and the fear of men of being "called" as were the trans-priestesses was given voice. We also know that part of the rites included making a "sweat lodge" and burning cannabis inside to obtain an estatic state, some of the tripods, braziers and charcoal with remains of cannabis have been found in various digs in the area. The transition period between the Bronze Age and the more distant Iron Age was characterized by a sort of economic crisis that is believed to be reflected in the reduction of urban density.
We are indebted to him notably for rescuing the stele of the Moabite king Mesha, which relates a military conflict between Moab and Israel, also found in the Bible although it is recounted quite differently.
We also have to take into account a geographical shift. If you ask a hijra about her sex, she'll tell you she is female in her eyes just as any modern transsexual woman would. So here we have a church that refuses to entertain the notion of female priests, that identifies active works by nuns as treacherous, that has a long, cruel history of female subjugation, that can only accept the messiah as human-born if it was to a virgin child.
This part was not actually first; it was the result of a theological and editorial effort to bring together, in the same volume, traditions and scrolls from different eras, conveying differing and even contradictory ideologies.