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The First Pope Unearthed, Documents Proved That Jesus Did Not Exist




One of the best-preserved body in the history of mankind is the mummy of Pope St. Pius I. The remains of the first Catholic pope have been disclosed by archaeologists. It was mummified naturally for a period of about 1,700 years. He was born in Aquileia, Italy and died in 155 AD.

Archaeologists Unearthed The First Pope

The building of the cathedral was demolished in 1789 and the coffin of the pope was opened. The body was in perfect condition and was transferred to a chapel in the year 1875. According to the Mysterious Earth, Archaeologists have found a plenty of documents narrating different versions of the alleged life of the son of God, Jesus of Nazareth.

The history of the Messiah was only an invention to carry out the purposes of the order. The stories of hundreds of prophets who had a life very similar to that of Christ, figures like Mithra, Dionysius and Horus etc, could be found among the documents.

Archaeologists Unearthed The First Pope

Horus, the Egyptian god of the sky and kingship, was born of a virgin, baptized at the age of 30 and had 12 disciples. He was also crucified and restored similarly to Jesus. On the other hand, Science claims that there is evidence to prove the existence of Jesus the man, but not as Son of God.

The mummy was naturally mummified because of the air between the months of November and December and the coffin was filled with plants and vegetables (mint, lavender, juniper berries and hops). These things gave off a strong smell.

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