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Journal of No. 118


December 30th, 2004

Decades of forgery @ 12:47 pm

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Israel indicts four for creating and selling twenty years' worth of fake antiquities from the Holy Land.

"Scholars said the forgers were exploiting the deep emotional need of Jews and Christians to find physical evidence to reinforce their beliefs."
 
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From:ladyeuthanasia
Date:December 30th, 2004 09:45 pm (UTC)

Doing the Jim Carrey pelvic thrust of happiness

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YES-YES-YES!

I KNEW that effing "burial box" was a hoax. I posted something extensive about it here in my LJ this last year. Several experts, including graphology and funerary experts of the time, were saying it was a forgery. Yet National Geographic ran a large article about it, claiming it was "proof" of Jesus' existance.

HA! I'm going to lemming this. Thank you!
From:(Anonymous)
Date:January 2nd, 2005 08:15 am (UTC)
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Oh, the holy ivory pomegranate? That's totally authentic. We had one at our office white elephant exchange.. kept getting passed from person to person. Some people just don't know what original Jesus artifacts to give during the holidays.... oy!

Pat.
http://popepat.blogspot.com/

Journal of No. 118