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Crypto - ParaAbnormal

Mark Antony Rossi

Publisher: Soma Publishing

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Summary

A fascinating investigation on how Science, the Paranormal and the Bible collide. Topics range from Bigfoot to the Art of the Covenant to Radiation in the Bible. Original ideas on incredible topics.
Available since: 02/06/2018.

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