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Japan's legendary Holy Grail

Posted on Sunday, 11 June, 2006 | Comment icon 8 comments


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"Dan Brown's novel "The Da Vinci Code" and the film of the same name currently performing box office miracles around the world, center around the premise that the Holy Grail wasn't some sort of cup, but the direct blood descendant of Jesus Christ."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by RamboIII on 11 June, 2006, 15:13
this is ridiculous... Jesus was not Japanese!
Comment icon #2 Posted by myyaya420 on 11 June, 2006, 18:24
Comment icon #3 Posted by Arch~Angel on 11 June, 2006, 18:53
this is ridiculous... Jesus was not Japanese! I read the article, and nowhere do they imply that. Maybe you could paste the part that you think says this.....
Comment icon #4 Posted by TeraLink on 11 June, 2006, 22:50
this is ridiculous... Jesus was not Japanese! What makes you so sure... TeraLink Was Here!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Rasani on 11 June, 2006, 23:59
****ing hell , it is a book of fiction based on real events , i m mean grow up ....
Comment icon #6 Posted by Unpro on 12 June, 2006, 1:45
Amagusa Shogu, the third inheritance of the Hiten Misurugi sword figthing technique. He has master a new technique of Rai Ryu Sen, which blinds an opponent using lighting flash from his sword. ah, crap!, too much samurai X ....ha..ha.!!
Comment icon #7 Posted by psyche101 on 12 June, 2006, 2:35
What makes you so sure... TeraLink Was Here! Cause then his name would be Bhudda, woudn't it ?
Comment icon #8 Posted by snuffypuffer on 13 June, 2006, 15:02
Soooo, the Christian samurai lied to get believers to rally to his cause. Then got them all slaughtered. Where have I heard this before?


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