9 thoughts on “TIDBIT: EGYPT RETURNS PERUVIAN AND ECUADORAN ANTIQUITIES”

  1. What better way to keep a victim of antiquity thefts mouth shut by involving them in the thief of other peoples antiquities. Dirty their hands that will guarantee their compliance in these crimes.

    1. Robert, no maybes, not anymore….time to put the christ right upside the cross…he is still dead, but at least we can remember him for who and what he was.

        1. I just watched “The Da Vinci Code” movie yesterday. I haven’t give it much thought until my mother ask me about the ending scenes with Tom Hanks.
          So i started to think, ok, Dr.Langdon has found the last descendant of Christ, shouldn’t the film end right there?
          Langdon cut himself while shaving, his spilt blood led him to something causing him to kneel like a knight. It’s personal, it has something to do with his “near-death” experience as a child, something “divine” happened, something connected to Langdon, something as “divine” as what Christ might have to have inspired his followers even though Langdon is not the genetic descendant of Christ like Sophie. But he’s got as much the same “Christhood” in himself as Sophie has. He just found out he is the “Holy Grail”.
          I remember accidentally broke a statue of Guanyin or Goddess of Mercy when i was 10. Few days later i broke my leg while trying to save a younger kid from his plight. Some people say i broke my leg because i broke the statue, but i didn’t complain or conform to the supposed work of the divine on my leg because i didn’t believe that divinity exists in the first place. Who cares if they are merciful or not it’s a pure coincidence.
          Now, i think differently. Perhaps it was not a coincidence but a lesson, that I don’t really need a piece of stone to teach me about Mercy because such faculty is already within me, i just need to realize and nourish it. So the day i smashed the “stone Christ” was the day i found the “Christhood” in me.
          Stone is easy to destroy as is human flesh, but “Christhood” is something that will continue to exist even after the stone and the flesh have been long gone.
          Perhaps that’s why the “Holy Grail” is so a threat to the religious establishment.

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