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Originally posted by nightbringr
Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by nightbringr
You denied it's proof. Hang on, I'll copy and paste everything from all of our posts right here for you.
If this is proof to you, i need to hand you a dictionary.
Originally posted by BlueAjah
This sculpture is very disturbing, especially its placement in the Vatican.
Consider the sculptor's description of what this is intended to be:
The Vatican commissioned Mr. Fazzini to provide a work for its modern auditorium. The result was ''The Resurrection,'' a statue depicting Jesus rising from a nuclear bomb crater.
''Suddenly there came to me the idea of Christ preaching peace for 2,000 years, and the place where He prayed for the last time: the olive grove of Gethsemane,'' said Mr. Fazzini in a book about the work. ''I had the idea of depicting Christ as if He were rising again from the explosion of this large olive grove, peaceful site of His last prayers. Christ rises from this crater torn open by a nuclear bomb; an atrocious explosion, a vortex of violence and energy.''
Originally posted by blupblup
reply to post by Extralien
I've always thought that the Pope's "Throne Room" was the most satanic, evil looking place I'd seen.
Just freaky man...
You may well be on to something.edit on 18/3/13 by blupblup because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by LastStarfighter
Rather tan focusing on a collection of out of contexts pics with theoretical evil meaning. Would it not be better to give the man a chance? He isn't trying to dominate or take property like your EU.