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Tuesday, April 19

First, there's the Mainstream version:

"Last Supper was a day earlier, scientist claims"
"Christians have long celebrated Jesus Christ's Last Supper on Maundy Thursday but new research released Monday claims to show it took place on the Wednesday before the crucifixion."
Read the rest at the link.
Now comes PoLT's version:
In the first place, Jesus' name was Jehoshuah. Whether he was "Christ" is open to interpretation. (Maybe we all are.)
He was born in 14 B.C., using our present system of counting days.
He and some of his followers might very well have had a last supper because he was leaving. WHEN it happened, your guess is as good as mine.
He wasn't crucified and died (to purge us of Original Sin, ya' know.) He had pissed off the BANKERS (in those days they called them "moneylenders" and figured he'd better blow town). There's no such thing as Original Sin.
He needed a good long rest before the trip he was to make and went to sleep for 96 hours (maybe to prepare for the density change).
When he awoke, a large crowd had gathered, he said, "I shall return" or words to that effect, and was lifted up by an anti-gravity machine to a spaceship which then zoomed off.

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