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Has anyone read Levitikon or know about it otherwise? I'd like to know, if it's worth reading.
Levitikon was published in the beginning of 1800s by Bernard-Raymond Fabré-Palaprat. Basically it's a modified Gospel of John. The publisher claims that it was written by the Templars in the middle ages. At the moment I don't really believe that because it was published about the same time as the Jefferson Bible, which is also redacted version of gospels.
Also I find it interesting, that according to what I've read about it, most of its redactions are omissions and substitutions, not additions. That also suggests that it was written by one man in 1800s, not by the Templars.
P.S. Sorry about my bad English, it's not my native language.