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When Pope Benedict XVI formally steps down from office at the end of February, his Twitter account will also be vacated—whether temporarily or permanently remains to be seen.
A report on dzBB radio said the @Pontifex account, whose English version is followed by more than 1.5 million users, is to be shut down when the Pope leaves office.
CNN quoted Vatican Radio as saying Benedict XVI may offer his last tweet on February 27, when he gives his final general audience.
If not, he may tweet for the last time on Feb. 28 “before retiring into silence,” CNN quoted Vatican Radio as saying.
Benedict XVI’s English version has 1,577,457 followers as of Sunday evening (Manila time). The Pope also has Spanish, Italian, German, French, Arab and Latin versions of his Twitter presence.
According to The Vatican Today, Msgr. Paul Tighe, secretary of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, issued the following statement: “The Twitter account @pontifex was created for the exclusive use of the Pope. @pontifex will be inactive during the interim period between the renouncement of Pope Benedict XVI and the election of his successor (sede vacante). @pontifex will be available for use by the next Pope as he may wish.”
http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/296591/scitech/socialmedia/life-after-death-on-social-media-there-s-an-app-for-that?ref=subsection_itemMemories may no longer be the only things that live on after we die. Apparently, so can our social media presence.
Mauro Biglino published 6 books in Italy. Three of his books are focused on the literal translation, word by word, of the ancient Hebrew Masoretic text, from the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, the first printed edition of the ancient Hebrew Masoretic text.
The study and the research on the original Masoretic text of the Bible has lead Mr. Biglino to some staggering discoveries.
Mauro Biglino has found that in the original Hebrew text of the Bible, in the Book of Genesis, it is written that a group of individuals – called the Elohim – made man with a genetic engineering intervention, by mixing their own DNA with the DNA of primates already present on the Earth.
…In the Bible there is even a specific word that refers to the DNA, and this Hebrew word is tselem. Mr. Biglino has found that the correct translation of the famous verses of Genesis (1:26) is:
“And the Elohim (plural) said: “Let us make man in our likeness, using that thing that contains our image”.
The “thing that contains our image” is the tselem, which means “something material which contains the image, and which has been cut off from”.
Mauro Biglino Unexpected Bible – Translating it literally (1 of 6) – Eng. subs
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Mauro Biglino: Unexpected Bible – Addendum (6 of 6) – Eng. subs