Conspiracy Theory of the Week: Time traveller appears in 300-year-old painting

Is time Travel Real? 
Every now and then there is a conspiracy theory that ignites debates between followers and – of course – opposers of an – usually absurd – theory. Now it’s time for Time Travel. I

Is time travel Real? Do time travellers influence famous painters of history which then subtly pass a hidden message through their paintings?

 Man Handing a Letter to a Woman in the Entrance Hall of a House
1670, Pieter de Hooch
Tim Cook has just made a -not that famous – painting from 1670 go amazingly viral after noticing what looks like an iPhone in detail – when it is supposed to be a letter. The CEO of Apple stated in Amsterdam: “I always thought I knew when the iPhone was invented, but now I’m not so sure!
The painting ‘Man Handing a Letter to a Woman in the Entrance Hall of a House’ by Pieter de Hooch, actually shows a man holding or giving a letter.
The door and window of this entrance hall in an Amsterdam canal house are wide open and the daylight falls on a young woman receiving a “letter”. Pieter de Hooch cleverly linked the interior with the exterior ( but the followers of this theory actually believe that a time-traveller influence Pieter de Hooch to paint a painting with a “touch” of future.
I strongly believe that this is actually a letter… but there again… I do believe in time travel. There are many who time travel – a lot – during their astral travels and there are others – over the history of Human Race – who claimed that they travelled in time in order to change the course of history. 
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