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Friday, 2 March 2007

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Chankillo - (Rotters): Evidence that 2,300 years ago fundamentalist creationist nutters tried to destroy one of the world's oldest solar observatories at an archaeological site in Peru has been discovered at Chankillo.

The Thirteen Towers site of an ancient solar cult which is said to span the annual rising and setting arcs of the sun was the target of systematic destruction attempts by rabid fundamentalist retards from the local Pat Robertson-sponsored Creationist Museum who promoted their own fat earth principles of the sun rotating aroung the Earth.

Ancient graffiti has been found scrawled across the imposing astronomical structure warning:"This is an optical illusion built by heathens".

Heathens who failed to secure the 4th century BC franchise for Robertson's Protein-Defying Ageing Pancakes?

Professor Clive Ruggles, a leading academic authority on archaeoastronomy said: "We've known about these for over a hundred years but the smear campaign has only just come to light."

The curving structure forms a "toothed" horizon with narrow gaps at regular intervals. About 750ft to the east and west are two observation points.

"From these vantage points the ancient sun worshippers could see these fundamentalist creationist nutters advancing along the horizon.

"If you stood at the western observing point, you would see the retards coming a mile off, peddling their foul patties. The structure's unique geometry means that it was possible to keep track of the bastards as they attempted to pillage your village, brainwash your children and impose tithes on your family to pay for their goddawful Creationist Museum nearby."

The Reverend Pat Robertson is 73.

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