Wait, what? The Ten Commandments have another commandment? The oldest known surviving stone tablet of the Ten Commandments has been auctioned off in California. An auction house in Beverly Hills has sold a national treasure of Israel for $850,000. The artifact is a two-foot square stone inscription of the Ten Commandments. It weighs about 115… Continue reading Have we got the Ten Commandments wrong? Why does this ancient copy look different from what we've been taught?
Silver and gold “curse tablet” have been discovered in ancient Roman tombs, some of which call upon both Christ and the Antichrist. According to NBC News, Romans once used the tablets to wish evil on their neighbors, relatives and unrequited loves in the ultimate, and arguably the most expensive, way possible: through magical curses. The… Continue reading 'Let all the forces and demons help…' Roman tablet invokes both Christ and Antichrist