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"Dem bones, dem bones gonna walk aroun'
Dem bones, dem bones, gonna walk aroun'
Dem bones, dem bones, gonna walk aroun'
I hear the word of the Lord!"

On a recent trip to Italy my wife and I took the necropolis tour under St. Peter's Basilica. You must contact them months in advance to get permission.

It's an amazing tour. Our tour guide was a young man from California there to study Latin and Greek and tried to make the case that the bones were actually St. Peter's.

Whether or not one believes it, the tour is fascinating.

Why should anyone care about this fake discovery when a much more important holy relic has already been discovered in Stephan Huller's book, the Real Messiah:

http://www.amazon.com/Real-Messiah-Throne-Origins-Christianity/dp/1906787123/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1246539906&sr=8-1

Huller went to Venice and proved that the Throne of St. Mark in the Basilica San Marco dates to the beginning of Christianity. It proves that Christianity started in Egypt rather than Rome (the title 'Pope' or Papa is universally acknowledged to have been appropriated from Alexandria).

Huller's throne is a real historical object, i.e. it is not a fake. You can see it with your own two eyes the next time you go to Italy. It is also being made into a TV documentary for a US Cable network.

Again, why waste your time with this nonsense about 'bones of St. Paul' (the authoritative canon does not specify a location for Paul's death); it is completely fake.

You don't have to buy Huller's book. Here are some photos of the throne - www.therealmessiahbook.blogspot.com or go to his blog instead wwww.stephanhuller.blogspot.com.

Jacob

I read an online essay a few years ago about all the similarities between Jesus and Horus. It really is amazing.

http://www.perankhgroup.com/the_true_identity_of_jesus.htm

I'm fairly well convinced that Christianity is some kind of strange matrix or mandala of several different religions that were popular during the first century that were somehow connected or wedded to the story of some bandy legged little Jewish Rabbi name Yeshua that had a near death experiencer after being cut down down from a cross. It's fairly obvious that Christianity is a highly embellished, culturally influenced, out of sequence near death experience. Change around the sequence of events a little bit and you got a fairly typical near death experience.

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