INDONESIA -- Archaeologists searching for relics of ancient times, but nothing in particular, have come upon what could be the greatest discovery ever--photographs of Paradise.
Sceptical about the place described in Genesis, the first book of the Bible, diggers are now convinced that there was such a place, if only documented by the photographs found.
"These are definitely ancient," said one of the archaeologists, "and the fact that the color hasn't faded is a divine sign in itself."
Another historian said, "This not only proves the Genesis story, it puts a new light on it, since the people in the picture seem to both be females. If it can be proved that they are both females, the nature of the Genesis story in itself will have to change."
"Eve and Eve," said another historian, who has seen all seven photos, "could be the situation here. So just what does it mean with Adam out of the picture?"
There is a significant emphasis that there are only seven photos, since the number seven is a theme in the Bible."
"Had there been eight or ten photos found," said Reverend Ely Stiltfounder, "the authenticity of their divine connection would be suspect. Seven is the number."
Statements by Catholic and Jewish leaders are pending, but a deal to publish the photos is already close to being made between the founders and Hugh Hefner.
"It's time Playboy gave something back," said an aging but still horny Hefner. "Publishing the photos of Paradise is how we will do it."
Hef reportedly paid $15 million for one-time publishing rights.