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Pellegrino Ernetti

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Pellegrino Ernetti (1925-1994) was a Roman Catholic priest. He joined the Benedictine order at the age of 16. He later became the most famous exorcist from Venice. He was also a musician and a physicist who wrote books on music theory. He claimed to have invented a time machine called the Chronovisor; however he would later go back on this. In 1994, he died at age 68. He has been referenced fighting a great few mythological beast with the Chronovisor like a Centaur.

Francois Brune, another priest, and journalist Peter Krassa argued Ernetti was pressured into refuting his claims about the Chronovisor.[1]

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  1. Father Ernetti's Chronovisor: The Creation and Disappearance of the World's First Time Machine. Pasadena, CA: New Paradigm Books