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After screening that vid for a few sentences all I wanted to know was, "Who knocked that dude's tooth down his throat?"
According to tradition, Saint Mary Magdalene, who had patrician rank, gained an audience in Rome with the emperor after the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ. She denounced Pilate for his handling of Jesus' trial and then began to talk with Caesar about Jesus' resurrection. She picked up a hen's egg from the dinner table to illustrate her point about resurrection. Caesar was unmoved and replied that there was as much chance of a human being returning to life as there was for the egg to turn red. Immediately, the egg miraculously turned red in her hand! It is because of this tradition that Orthodox Christians exchange red eggs at Easter.
The ancient Greeks saw rabbits as a sign of spring, and even believed they could reproduce asexually. Some documentation from medieval times shows the rabbit being associated with the Virgin Mary and her pregnancy even though she “did not know man.”
In the middle ages, rabbits began appearing in illuminated manuscripts and paintings where the Virgin Mary was depicted, as an allegorical illustration of her virginity.
originally posted by: verschickter
a reply to: Boadicea
I was told the red egg represents the blood of jesus christ, as a symbol of fertility and resurrection. That makes more sense than some miracle egg turning red and doesn´t involve any miracles / is more believeable.