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The Bible Fraud: An Untold Story of Jesus Christ

by Tony Bushby

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0957900716, Perfect Paperback)

Imported! from AU to USA

Are you prepared to have your core beliefs shocked to their very foundation?

A mysterious inscription on a German headstone
Coded sentences in the Shakespearean Plays
2000 year old British coins
Secret ciphers in the New Testament
Pictorial cryptograms in Vatican art treasures
Curious statues sculptured for a church in Southern France
Concealed information in the Bible and the discovery of hidden church records combine to reveal a story of deception that has no equal in the pages of world history.

This groundbreaking book reveals to the world for the first time original new information about the emergence of the New Testament and its story of Jesus Christ. It provides historical evidence showing not only vital ancient manuscripts been hidden from the public domain but also other sensitive and associated Biblical material has been purposely withheld or suppressed from the general populace.

An examination of this material reveals nothing less than a new account of the development of Christian belief and provides a conflicting and supportable version to that put forward by the priesthood. More alarming is that the church hierarchy of today admits the nature of the information uncovered here is factual and yet still withholds it from public knowledge.

Through the objective presentation of fact, this book provides the fundamental data that finally solves the mystery of Christian origins. There is no such a piece of Biblical history as this found currently in any of the records of mankind.

The conclusion reached is persuasive and has truly profound implications. Whatever your religious views, this is a collection of rare information you will not be able to ignore.

Was this book foretold by Nostradamus?

Michel de Nostredame was a charismatic 16th century Provencal physician turned seer. He was the author of a book of prophecies written in unusual rhymed quatrains (four-lined verses ) called Centuries . His successful prophecies included the Great Fire of London in 1666, the French Revolution, Napoleon s defeat at Waterloo, Hitler s rise to power and its consequences, the atom bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and much more. One of Nostradamus predictions concerned the church of Rome and is yet to be fulfilled. This prophecy has been adopted and applied directly to the new information presented in this book.

Nostramdamus wrote:

O vast Rome, your ruin draws near, not of your walls but of your blood and substance. One sharp in letters makes so horrible a mark, His sharp point goes all the way to the quick.

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