With that said is it safe to assume that there is some correlation between the death of a VERY powerful and VERY well respected Spiritual leader, Pope John Paul II and this latest rekindling of Jesus's tomb discovered.It seems that the mourning period for Pope John Paul II is over and the nit-picking of Pope Benedict XVI has begun.Times are changing that is a FACT...maybe it is simply time to take inventory on what drives us to be who we are and if there is a way to live a more harmonious collective life.Just to add some food for thought and I'm not sure if it has any relevence.It was the place that Homer sent Odysseus to seek advice from a long-dead oracle, and where he was horrified by visions of Hades, and it also appears in a sordid chapter of Herodotus’ Histories.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
They live in me, they live in my children and they live in all of you.
If there is no match to the other remains thenthis whole production will have proven to be just anotherscheme to make money...all the time in the world, he still wants to stall on the DNA testing? Even more profound is the notion that we must judge this man and his claim. Just as the bible and many religions state, the spark of God lives inside all of us..where does it live?
Judgement is the human natures response to unfamiliar territory. Change of thoughts and beliefs, are very scary for humans, and last time I checked I still have this human body. Regardless of that simple divine fact, what this claim does is unearth humanly conceived notions that because there is the written word, a historically document date truly unknown, that we live by human rules, documents and claims.
The tomb had been constantly studied for almost thirty years and while there has been some chatter about it during that time, it has been little more than a dull roar.
I say dull roar because I have been ignorant of it till recently.