posted on Nov, 19 2011 @ 12:29 PM
I think there really is something to the Spear of Destiny. It really makes sense of a lot of things. If there is an artifact that can be proven to
be around 2,000 years old and if its believed to have pierced the flesh of Jesus, of course any archaeologist who finds it is going to do forensics
testing on it to investigate... whoever gets their hands on the spear can easily wipe it clean and add few drops of their own blood to it. Then hand
it off to a trusted friend, have them turn it in, and wait until a population of morons come to worship you. What makes it so valuable is that its
probably the only 2,000 year old lance that's been preserved in an intelligible condition. Nobody would fall for the conspiracy if carbon dating
didn't prove it to be that old.
Also, I might add that I listen to a lot of obscure black metal with lyrics dealing with occultic subjects. There's a ton of recent albums hinting
that "God is dead" and the phrase "resurrection never coming" is common. I really think this is what most of the weird stuff going on around the world
is all about. Christianity in itself is a conspiracy. Exterminate the narcissistic, independent members of society ("sinners") and let the most
compassionate, disciplined people inherit earth. Sounds noble at first, but consider the motives of "God". In a situation like that, all TPTB would
have to do to enslave the population is threaten to annihilate everyone if they don't cooperate together. An individual Christian might not be afraid
of being killed, themselves, but if you threaten to kill the ones they love for stepping out of line...
Sorry if my writing sucks right now. I keep getting distracted by the TV and people around me. I'll elaborate later if nobody sees where I'm coming
This is something worth looking into here...
edit on 11/19/2011 by BirdOfillOmen because: (no reason given)