Chronovisor Vatican Time Travel Viewer
Some believe it's a crucial tool that has allowed the Vatican to preserve its influence and power throughout the years. The Chronovisor is a relatively small object that is equipped with a number of antennas, alloys, tubes, dials and levers. Father Pellegrino ernetti claimed to have developed the chronal visor during the 1950’s with 12 famous scientists, who except for Enrico Fermi and Wernher von Braun, wish to be anonymous. The chronoviSor consisted of numerous antenna three composed of mysterious metals, which received light and sound signals on every wavelength, a direction finder for tuning into a particular time and place, a screen and a recording device, or net he described how crowded around their invention,
the team watched speeches by most Mussolini and Napoleon. Although nobody saw the chronal visor itself or net, he did provide evidence of these televisual travels, for example, publishing fragments of theses in Latin. Also, there's a Chronovisor image of the crucified Christ. The team had viewed his last days in their entirety from the Last Supper to his final agonizing moments, and had retained the photo as a powerful souvenir.
Francoise Brune who learned to the device in the early 1960s swears the Chronovisor exists. A day after he met scientists, priests, Father Pellegrino, or Navy for the first time, the two were sailing along the Grand Canal of Venice, discussing biblical interpretations. on internet he explained that theories interpretations were unnecessary when one could see the truth for himself. He explained to Brune how the Chronovisor functioned, allowing the viewer to both see and hear events of the past and future or net, he never provided a detailed explanation as to how time travel device was fashioned, or how it worked, except the mysteriously claim that it ran by processing residual electromagnetic radiation leftover by numerous processes.
On May 2 1972, an Italian newspaper published an article with the headline, that a machine that photographs the past has finally been invented. Claims that he had observed Christ's crucifixion and photographs of that as well. However, another magazine revealed that that image was just a reverse image of a postcard of Christ. The Chronovisor, if it actually did exist could never be studied or replicated, as he claimed to have dismantled it to keep it safe from the hands of evil. That said, many believe the Chronovisor still exists safely hidden away in the walls of the Vatican, remaining one of its best kept secrets. Before Father Brune died in April 1994, he wrote a letter in which he insisted that the device was real and not a hoax. However, the myth and legend lives on in the minds and hearts of conspiracy theorists everywhere.