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Re: finding the NT buried in snow
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Re: finding the NT buried in snow
2002.09.04 13:20

3. For a completely artistic interpretation of the work in question, consider that what Kahn did (as quoted by Scully) was to reenact Christ's last wound via the "sword to the heart," and then reenact Christ's short/dissolved burial via "burying [the New Testament] in snow." Then consider Stephen Lauf reenacting Helena Augusta's discovery of three buried crosses.

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