Easter means different things to different people:
- For lots of school kids it means another break from school.
- For little kids and their parents is sometimes means candy, baskets, rabbits and eggs.
- For some Gnostics it means a key point in the natural cycles of the sun, moon and stars celebrated by religions though the ages.
- And for Christians it means the key event, without which, their religion is worthless and stupid.
This year I learned something pretty cool about easter.
Ron Wyatt is an archeologist who died in the late 90s and spent most of his life looking for evidence to support the stories in the bible.
He found string evidence for:
The last one lacks some evidence because most of his pictures did not come out. But all this leads to this last short video.
Ron, who has built up quite a reputation with his other finds, claims to have found a crack in the earth that connects the base of where Christ was crucified with the secret room where Zedekiah supposedly hid artifacts of the temple when Israel was under siege by the Assyrians.
Ron not only found the Arc of the Covenant, the mercy seat that was kept in the holy of holies but he found samples of blood on it that dripped onto it from the crack that led from the cross where Jesus was pierced and water and blood came out.
This discusses what he found when that blood was analyzed genetically: