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Response to edhopper (Original post)

Wed Apr 17, 2019, 09:10 AM

18. Not to worry

I also heard on CNN that they're worried about religious relics, like the pieces of the True Cross and the Crown of Thorns, that are held there. Just to reassure you, the True Cross can still be visited in Jerusalem, Rome, Belgium, Italy, France, Spain, Israel, Serbia, Turkey, and (I shit you not) Boalsburg, Pennsylvania. Oh, and there are some on eBay. And there are sixty to seventy crowns of thorns, or pieces of crowns of thorns, or just thorns, some still verdant and fresh, adored by pilgrims all over the world. If you’re not hung up on authenticity, you can even purchase, on Amazon, an Authentic Crowns of Thorns from the Holy Land, in gift box, complete with illustrated certificate of origin. So, don't worry.

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