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From: "Paul K Davis" <>
Subject: Re: The descent of Baha'u'llah
Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 20:54:29 -0800
As part of my occasional routine verification of things I read, I checked
on the Rockefeller line in question, and found appropriate entries in the
census indices at Ancestry.com to which I subscribe. For example, Avery
Rockefeller, the claimed great grandfather of Matthew, is listed in the
1930 census as 25 years old and born in CT. He is also in the Social
Security Death Index, born 11 Sep 1902 and died May 1986, last residence
Greenwich, Fairfield county, CT.
I would conclude that Matthew is a rather young guy (at least by my
standards, I'm 58).
-- PKD [Paul K Davis, ]
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> Date: 2/9/2005 4:22:37 PM
> Subject: Re: The descent of Baha'u'llah
> That's an awful lot of hand waving when all I asked for was one source.
So do you have a source for any part of your line? If so what is it?
> By the way I do. This isn't idle conversation. I have been researching
your line of Rockefellers in order to prove or disprove your statements.
Just so you know. Now you spring on us this idea that you're also a
descendent of the incarnation of God. Which I find pretty ... interesting.