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Do you want to see The Hand that baptized Jesus? (The Incorrupt Right Hand of St. John the Baptist) Please do not troll here. Thank you.

 
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Do you want to see The Hand that baptized Jesus? (The Incorrupt Right Hand of St. John the Baptist) Please do not troll here. Thank you.
Portions of St. John's right hand, with which he baptised Jesus, is said to be in the possession of the Serbian Orthodox Cetinje Monastery in Montenegro, and also at the Romanian Skete of the Forerunner on Mount Athos as well. Another relic of his forearm is in a glass display case at the Seraglio (Topkapi Soray), which had been the palace of the Ottoman sultans in Constantinople following the Fall of the City.

St. John's right hand image:

[link to 3.bp.blogspot.com]

Read the he history of The Hand here [link to www.johnsanidopoulos.com]

I do not intend to comment as I feel so small here. If you feel the same, just bump it so the others can have it on page 1 at least for a day.

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Did he beat off with his left hand?
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You not supposed to worship idols are you?
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Portions of St. John's right hand, with which he baptised Jesus, is said to be in the possession of the Serbian Orthodox Cetinje Monastery in Montenegro, and also at the Romanian Skete of the Forerunner on Mount Athos as well. Another relic of his forearm is in a glass display case at the Seraglio (Topkapi Soray), which had been the palace of the Ottoman sultans in Constantinople following the Fall of the City.

St. John's right hand image:

[link to 3.bp.blogspot.com]

Read the he history of The Hand here [link to www.johnsanidopoulos.com]

I do not intend to comment as I feel so small here. If you feel the same, just bump it so the others can have it on page 1 at least for a day.

hf
 Quoting: Démodé


So let me get this straight...

After the gaurds had hacked off his head to please some stupid sluts mother...Johns body is given to his mates and then they proceed henceforth and with great enthusiasm...to hack his body into various sized chunks (Instead of the USUAL practice of giving him a respectful burial with a tomb n all as they did with all their OTHER prophets)and send them hither and fucking yon ALL over europe...so some child molesting fuckers and other assorted loonies can look at those chunks of petrified human meat and think them SPECIAL?

OOHHHHkaaayyyy.


We understand.
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baptize this butt
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someone told me John the baptist was a fictional character1dunno1

idk, either way its kinda creepy...just sayin'
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BEAT THIS! Ukranian orthodox church worships miracle ....tree stump.
[link to www.ukrservice.com]
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This is the first I've heard of something so bizarre, but I think there is more to John the Babtist than people know. There is still no evidence that Jesus existed, but a lot can be said for Appolonius of Tyana.
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Re: Do you want to see The Hand that baptized Jesus? (The Incorrupt Right Hand of St. John the Baptist) Please do not troll here. Thank you.
Portions of St. John's right hand, with which he baptised Jesus, is said to be in the possession of the Serbian Orthodox Cetinje Monastery in Montenegro, and also at the Romanian Skete of the Forerunner on Mount Athos as well. Another relic of his forearm is in a glass display case at the Seraglio (Topkapi Soray), which had been the palace of the Ottoman sultans in Constantinople following the Fall of the City.

St. John's right hand image:

[link to 3.bp.blogspot.com]

Read the he history of The Hand here [link to www.johnsanidopoulos.com]

I do not intend to comment as I feel so small here. If you feel the same, just bump it so the others can have it on page 1 at least for a day.

hf
 Quoting: Démodé


So let me get this straight...

After the gaurds had hacked off his head to please some stupid sluts mother...Johns body is given to his mates and then they proceed henceforth and with great enthusiasm...to hack his body into various sized chunks (Instead of the USUAL practice of giving him a respectful burial with a tomb n all as they did with all their OTHER prophets)and send them hither and fucking yon ALL over europe...so some child molesting fuckers and other assorted loonies can look at those chunks of petrified human meat and think them SPECIAL?

OOHHHHkaaayyyy.


We understand.
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totally..

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