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From: Vincent Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 12:52 PM
Subject: RE: Christinanity
> Doesn't this all fall down on the pyramids in fact not being on the same
> alignment as Orion's belt?
<< Yes, and i have to admit the " theory " as I presented it here is also
attracted from a TV- show.
But on the other hand I find it quit astounding that pseudo- historians or
not are able to meet the problem with such an amount of means,..time,
computers, the whole lot.
But I found it intriguing to watch their evidence, and in a way it was
very convincive stuff, not in the least the high amount of parallels you
can draw between what supposingly was a religion in Egypt and what
became known as Christianity. If there was only 1/100 bit true, the whole
of history had to be re- written.
On the other hand, I suppose if you look long enough, parallels would
eventually arise between anything,...
( I am, because we are) real enough
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