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On Mon, 9 Jul 2001, Chris Taylor wrote:
> Btw I'm interested in your other info on Christianity - I'd certainly
> never heard the Qumran one before (and I plan to read around it a bit -
> all that fascinates me - like the similarities between Gilgamesh and the
> Old Testament for example).
For a somewhat speculative account of this, be sure to see "The Hiram Key"
and its sequel by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas. It is hard to tell
what the quality of the evidence is, but the story line is fascinating from a
memetic transmission point of view.
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