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Lincoln Cathedral Code - GPR Scan 2011



Dan Green presents this video about the ongoing investigation into the Lincoln Cathedral Code.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Swamptick on 15 July, 2011, 14:11
This is the most asinine, juvenile pile of garbage I have seen in a long time. Thanks for the laughs!
Comment icon #2 Posted by xXHellkittiesXx on 15 July, 2011, 16:38
Wait, are they basing some kind of "scientific" study on a fictional novel? Like if I read Lord of the Rings and try to claim that there was indeed a "Middle Earth" in our history, but there was some kind of cover-up preventing that knowledge from being known?
Comment icon #3 Posted by Cryptozological Mascot on 15 July, 2011, 18:54
There's no... Middle Earth?
Comment icon #4 Posted by xXHellkittiesXx on 16 July, 2011, 1:51
Lol.
Comment icon #5 Posted by etidorpha on 16 July, 2011, 9:49
'Dan Green' is the name chosen by Callum Jensen, a British author of two books on the subject, researcher and filmmaker involved in the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau since 1985. His genuine research and findings into a Templars Code at Lincoln cathedral did indeed lead him to a precise location nearby and the GPR scan and its results are also genuine!His own permission for a scan was initially granted by the cathedral in 2006 but then mysterious rescinded.


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