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The team behind the making of the movie The Lost Tomb of Jesus, and the writing of the book, The Jesus Family Tomb, based on the discovery of the Jesus tomb. Including Simcha Jacobovinci, James Cameron and Charles Pellegrino.

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Some theories suggest that Jesus was not a man but a myth. One very important finding from the movie The Lost Tomb of Jesus is that Jesus was a man who lived in that time with two Marys who were close to him, as well as a James, a Matthew, a Yose, and a son name Judah. Simcha Jacobovici, maker of the movie The Lost Tomb of Jesus, has the proof.

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