Vatican Built on Bones of Giants in Pre-Noah Age

The Vatican was built on the bones of giants and other artifacts that date to the days before Noah, author Timothy Alberino tells Jim Bakker.  

But, "This isn't a Catholic thing," Alberino says. "This is the institution of Rome, the Holy See." 

Most Catholics have no idea what lurks beneath the surface of the Vatican, Bakker's panelists say.  

"Hidden away in the vaults and the archives ... we discovered proof ... that in fact—and this isn't just some sort of conspiracy theory, it is the truth—that the Vatican has had access to hidden artifacts, especially artifacts relating to the reality of the world before the flood of Noah that they have confiscated and hidden away or covered up," Alberino says.  

Watch the video to see more. 

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