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Hidden text found in 1,000-year-old hymn book

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Silver Surfer

Well... Can we please go to the Vaticans library get all the religious texts and apply the same technique so we can try to regain some of our real history, rather than the fearful baseless rantings of crazy zealots. 

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Nzo
5 hours ago, Silver Surfer said:

Well... Can we please go to the Vaticans library get all the religious texts and apply the same technique so we can try to regain some of our real history, rather than the fearful baseless rantings of crazy zealots. 

You don't believe in St. Constantine the pagan and his council of Nicea to have deciphered the true contents of the times of Christ?! BLASPHEMY!

 

I was SHOCKED I say SHOCKED when I was a child and they told me that Santa did not exist... SHOCKED!

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Silver Surfer
19 hours ago, Nzo said:

You don't believe in St. Constantine the pagan and his council of Nicea to have deciphered the true contents of the times of Christ?! BLASPHEMY!

 

I was SHOCKED I say SHOCKED when I was a child and they told me that Santa did not exist... SHOCKED!

Firm murmur of agreement.

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paperdyer
On ‎3‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 2:14 PM, Nzo said:

You don't believe in St. Constantine the pagan and his council of Nicea to have deciphered the true contents of the times of Christ?! BLASPHEMY!

 

I was SHOCKED I say SHOCKED when I was a child and they told me that Santa did not exist... SHOCKED!

Nzo - And I'm offended that you were shocked!  He does exist! How can you say he doesn't when there's one in every department store in the country after Thanksgiving!

Seriously, I guess the reuse of the parchment can be the first recycling efforts.  Just like painting some shlock scene over a masterpiece.

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