NYSTV The Forbidden Scriptures of the Apocryphal and Dead Sea Scrolls Dr Stephen Pidgeon Multi-lang

A goat herder near the region of Quaram, found ancient jars full of manuscripts which were eventually decoded to become the Dead Sea Scrolls. 

(There was also a copy of the Book of Enoch that someone thought to include along with the Dead Sea Scrolls.  The Book of Enoch might be the oldest book ever written). 

The farmer ended up burning a lot of the pages for fire and a lot of pages were lost forever.  

The pages that survived tells an interesting story.  This interesting story is re-told by Dr. Stephen Pidgeon.

The following is taken from his website:
https://www.cepher.net/about.aspx

 Dr. Pidgeon is a student of many languages, including Greek, Hebrew, Russian, French, Spanish and Italian.  An avid reader and author, he has published over 30 books in the last several years. 

  In 2012 Dr. Pidgeon was a candidate for Attorney General for the State of Washington.  He is the recipient of the 2008 Presidential Commission, the 2008 Reagan Congressional Commission, a two-time recipient of the Congressional Medal of Distinction (2006, 2007), and a designee for the 2006 Businessman of the Year award.

He has many topics of expertise, some of which are transhumanism, nano technology, Quantumn Computing, CERN, The Beast System, singularity and much more.

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