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Codex Gigas, also known as The Devil’s Bible is the largest medieval manuscript in the world

The Codex Gigas or The Devil’s Bible is the largest 13th-century manuscript in the world. It is also one of the strangest manuscripts because it contains a large , full page portrait of the Devil. It is so large that it takes at least two people to lift it and it is said to have taken more than 160 animal skins to make it. The Codex Gigas. Photo Credit The Codex Gigas contains five long texts as well as a complete Bible. Photo Credit The codex is 92cm tall, 50 cm…

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The Kolbrin Bible-3,600 Year-Old Manuscript to Rewrite Humanity’s History

Surpassing the test of time, this 3,600 year-old Bible speaks of long-forgotten or unknown events from the past, some of them even predating our written history, but also warns about the impending cataclysms that are yet to come. The Kolbrin Bible, also dubbed the Bronzebook or Coelbook, is the first Judaic-Christian document that combines the events depicted by the currently accepted Bible, speaking ofuncharted episodes from humanity’s ancient past that have been purposely hidden by the current Christians textbooks. It is the only remaining document of its kind to narrate…

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Ancient manuscript which dates back 2000 years suggests GIANTS lived on Earth

An ancient—antediluvian text— literally speaks of how Giants—aka Nephilim—walked on Earth. Discovered in the Qumran Caves, the Book of Giants describes how the Nephilim lived on Earth creating chaos and destruction. The Qumran caves—a series of caves, some natural, some artificial, found around the archaeological site of Qumran in the Judaean Desert of the West Bank—have yielded incredibly important ancient relics. The Qumran Caves is precisely where numerous Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. The caves are recognized in Israel as a National Heritage Site. The so-called Dead Sea Scrolls are a massive collection composed…

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MYSTERIES 

RECONSTRUCTED 2000 YEAR OLD MANUSCRIPT PROVE THE EXISTENCE OF THE NEPHILIM RACE!

History is surrounded with mysteries and we add new information every now and then, some of this new information can even rewrite history as we know it. But the biggest mystery comes from ante deluvian times, when humans and other races roamed the Earth. Several ancient texts speak of a race of supernatural giants called “The Nephilim”, which are the offspring of female humans and fallen angels.  There’s an ancient 2000 year old manuscript, with little to no information about it’s author, that speaks of the Nephilim race and their…

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Irish worker discovers ancient manuscript that links Irish church to Egypt

In 2006 an Irish worker discovered an amazing find while digging in a bog with his backhoe at Fadden More. Sticking out of the earth was an ancient manuscript, miraculously intact after more than a thousand years. Archeologists were quickly notified and carefully retrieved the manuscript and began at once investigating it and putting the pieces together. Senior conservator John Gillis stated, “We never before had to deal with a manuscript recovered from a bog,” and said its survival after all these years in such an environment was “miraculous.” It took…

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HISTORY 

500-Year-Old Hidden Images Revealed in Mexican ‘Manuscript’

Storytelling images on a deer-hide “manuscript” from Mexico have been seen for the first time in 500 years, thanks to sophisticated scanning technology that penetrated layers of chalk and plaster. This “codex,” a type of book-like text, originated in the part of Mexico that is now Oaxaca, and is one of only 20 surviving codices that were made in the Americas prior to the arrival of Europeans. The codex’s rigid deerskin pages were painted white and appeared blank, but those seemingly empty pages came to reveal dozens of colorful figures…

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Archaeologists just uncovered an American manuscript hidden in plain sight for 500 years

Long before White-Out was invented, people still found ways to get a second chance at reusing a surface. Medieval scribes scraped the ink off sheets of animal hide to reuse the pages. Plenty of artists have painted over one image with another. And now scientists have an example from the Americas as well, as reported in a new study in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. There are only a handful of manuscripts remaining from before Europeans came to the continent. They’re made of leather strips coated with a white plaster-like substance…

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