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Tyler Clemence wrote:

Hi, guys —

I've been doing some research on the Vatican.

They may have ties to the Codex Gigas [Wikipedia]; which may have even been written by the Vatican.

The question I would like to ask:

  • Could someone ask someone at the Vatican to look into the ancient archives for anything to do with the White monks, Black monks, Codex Gigas, Dark Books, and Sweden?

This could be a huge discovery and may lead to more of an understanding of God and the Archangels. Please let me know what information you discover. I will be anticipating your reply.

I have several theories that could be combined but that is the one hole in my theory: the unknown scripts of the Vatican. The Scripts would have been deep within the Vatican, possibly hidden.

This is a very important matter in my current research.


  { Is there someone in the Vatican who could look into the ancient archives for info on these issues? }

Bob replied:

Dear Tyler,

I don't know anyone personally to recommend, but here is a link to the Vatican Library.

Perhaps you can e-mail someone there.


Bob Kirby

Mike replied:

Dear Tyler,

As Web Admin., I get loads and loads of e-mail asking me for contacts with the Vatican. Some even send e-mails addressed to the Pope, with the assumption that I can forward their papal e-mail to the current Holy Father.

We have no contact with any people at the Vatican or with the Pope. The best service we can provide is contact information plus a posting on how you write to the Pope.

Hope this helps,


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