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It's frustrating that so often important archeological remains which pertain to religious issues fall into the hands of the Vatican. The same thing happened with the Dead Sea scrolls. By the time these things become available to the public, you have no way of knowing what they may have weeded out or destroyed. They've been doing this since they got away with burning down the library of Alexandria. For all their posing, they do indeed see knowledge as the enemy of religion - and with good reason.
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Wouldn't it be great fun to just be able to go anywhere in the Vatican and see all the bullshit they have hidden away under lock and key? Of course a lot of the stuff would require a good translator but just imagine the records of all the pedophile priests and who they moved where to avoid prosecution. All the records that Jesus didn't even exist and all the miracles were just magic tricks. I bet the place is loaded with knowledge that would tear the RCC apart at the seams if it ever got out.


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