This kind of information comes as a shock to me; while most people assumed that Cameron's "Aliens" was some sort of "Science fiction adventure" I now have the evidence to prove that the military of the distant future will stop at nothing to secure a live Alien specimen to study and turn into the ultimate war machine; Lt. Ellen Ripley, if you're out there, somewhere - high five girl, hive five. You're the true savior of mankind.
"One of the caskets even bears the title, 'Judah, son of Jesus,' which Cameron claims as evidence that Jesus may have had a son. Another coffin was said to hold the bones of Mary Magdalene, also known as Mariamne.
Cameron unveiled two of the small limestone caskets at a press conference in New York, but the director could offer little proof to support his claims, other than the mathematical probability of a tomb containing a set of ossuaries with names linked to Jesus.
Of the ten ossuaries found, six were inscribed with the names of Jesus, Mary, Joseph and Mary Magdalene, as well as Judah, Son of Jesus, and a Matthew, of which there were many in Mary's family, according to Luke 3:23.
Apparently surprised at the hostility over his 'discovery', the director who famously claimed to be 'the king of the world' when he won an Oscar for Titanic, insisted it was not a publicity stunt and said his critics should wait and see the film.
I'm not a theologist. I'm not an archaeologist. I'm a documentary filmmaker," [Cameron] said." [ThisisLondon]