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Why do Churches have steepeles?

 
Doom-Tard
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Why do Churches have steepeles?
Just wondering.
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05/27/2012 08:31 PM
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
because they think that gets them closer to god. unsure really but thats my thoughthf
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05/27/2012 08:32 PM
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Hint: Alchemy+summer solstice+cathedral
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Capstone
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
so you can see them from faraway.
nobody really
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
tradition handed down from pre-skyscraper eras. The steeple ensured that the house of God was above all mundane buildings. Plus it made it easy to locate and be seen, and allowed the sounds from the bells to echo across the villages.
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
tradition handed down from pre-skyscraper eras. The steeple ensured that the house of God was above all mundane buildings. Plus it made it easy to locate and be seen, and allowed the sounds from the bells to echo across the villages.
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so i was right?dasbier

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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Draws down the secret fire/universal and concentrates it below in the Church. Freemasons built the cathedrals, and were responsible for this addition I believe.

If you're very aware of your energetic systems, once you enter a church, you will feel your heart chakra immediately activate.
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Read Fulcanelli on this: "The Mystery of the Cathedrals."
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Just wondering.
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To protect the sheeples?
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Just more pagan bullshit.
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
attracts lightning for the Frankenstein experiments
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
Phallic symbols have been found by archaeological expeditions all over the world, and they are usually interpreted as an expression of the human desire for regeneration. Phallic worship in ancient Greece centered around Priapus (the son of Aphrodite) and the Orphic and Dionysiac cults. In Rome, the most important form of phallic worship was that of the cult of Cybele and Attis; prominent during the empire, this cult was notorious for its festive excesses and its yearly "Day of Blood, during which the frenzied participants wounded themselves with knives; self-inflicted castration, a prerequisite for admittance into the priest caste of this phallic cult, took place during the festival. In India, the deity Shiva was often represented by and worshipped as a phallic symbol called the lingam. Phallic worship has also been practiced among the Egyptians in the worship of Osiris; among the Japanese, who incorporated it into Shinto; and among the Native Americans, such as the Mandan, who had a phallic buffalo dance. -See C. G. Berger, Our Phallic Heritage (1966); T. Vanggaard, Phallos (1972). [source] - [link to www.encyclopedia.com]

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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
phallic symbol
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Re: Why do Churches have steepeles?
tradition handed down from pre-skyscraper eras. The steeple ensured that the house of God was above all mundane buildings. Plus it made it easy to locate and be seen, and allowed the sounds from the bells to echo across the villages.
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