That’s Not a Fish on Jacobovici’s “Tomb of Jesus’s Disciples”: (4) The Roll-On Deodorant Theory

Theory no. 4: What Simcha Jacobovici alleges is a fish symbol on the tomb of Jesus’s disciples is instead what the disciples used to stay fresh all day long.

If I simply rotate the image, you can see it for yourself:

Simcha Jacobovici: Fish or Roll-On Deodorant?

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One response to “That’s Not a Fish on Jacobovici’s “Tomb of Jesus’s Disciples”: (4) The Roll-On Deodorant Theory

  1. Eric Repphun

    Deane,

    Seriously, you need a hobby. I think it is time to take up the latch-hook propaganda rugs again.

    Eric

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