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originally posted by: Peserc
They found the man who made the statue.
Link PT news
Jorge Rivasplata, 83 yo.
the sculpture was delivered on mar 16 and finished on the room. The cost of the sculpture is 20000R$, but he charged 7000 R$, gave a discount because he believed in his ideas.
Jorge believed Bruno was the reincarnation of Giordano.
"I do not know why, but I've known him a long time, and I believe that Giordano Bruno has been reincarnated in him, I can not say any more, the only thing I can say is that he has finished the books he [Giordano] left unfinished. Tell your father and mother not to worry, he is fine and comes to present to the world this beautiful, fantastic project " - google tradutor.
Rivasplata says the statue was filled with foam, wood, gravel and cement to make it heavier and thus unable to be moved. The artifact was not "dropped" on the floor to prevent the symbols from being damaged. "It's not stuck, but it's really heavy so it's not taken out of the way," he explains.
originally posted by: Martin75
a reply to: Peserc
So this man knows what he was working on but won't tell?
Urg, how infuriating! I find it strange that he tells the parents not to worry that "he is find and comes to present to the world this beautiful, fantastic project". What? That makes no sense, we don't even know what we are looking at.
originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: research100
Was there anyone with him in the house? Where did he sleep? Did they know the furniture was missing? Where did he put it?
It is a small town, if he had just put it on the side of the road, someone would mentioned it and it would be talked about. I know. I live in a small town. If I have extra empty bottles in my recycle bin, I get asked if I had folks over if I had a party.