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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2003

    The answers are here

    For over forty years I've searched for the truth. I'd pick up a piece here and a piece there and continued to read everything I could get my hands on. Since the Dead Sea Scrolls and Nag Hammadi scrolls were translated the truth has slowly come out. The pieces of the puzzle, the Knights Templars, the reason for the extermination of hundreds of thousands of people in Europe by the Catholic Church, the true reason for countless wars in Europe has finally been told in one document. This is the story of the greatest conspiracy ever perpetuated by man, to not only control the population but to reduce the importance of womankind. It rewrites history in a way that gives real meaning to events that were very diffucult to understand. It in no way reduces the truths spoken by Jesus, it clarifies them in a way that gives them a meaning of much more importance than any church ever could. Nearly a million people, men, women and children died in Europe alone, to protect an institution that did not want this story to reach those outside the church. It may shatter your faith at first but by the end you will know the real meaning of this man's words.

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