Jul 5, 2012
People need to use their heads in order to find it, not their shovels.
The biggest secrets in the world are best hidden when they are in plain view. In order to understand exactly what the case with Alexander’s tomb is, we have to think in the exactly opposite way than the one the system would like us to think. This means that we have to think in the exactly opposite way than we did so far, which did not allow us to really see what most likely is in front of us all the time. We can literally see the tomb in our mind if we close our eyes.
Besides, it is known that people can see things better if they use their mind instead of their eyes. Perfectly sighted eyes can be fooled by an illusion, whereas a great mind cannot.
Perfectly sighted eyes can see an illusionist actually cut a man in three pieces, whereas the mind sees a trick. Perfectly sighted eyes may see palm trees and oases in a desert, whereas a good mind sees them only when they are actually there.
What does this mean in our case? It means that the location of Alexander’s tomb is not actually a secret. Not only has it not been lost, but we have all seen it without actually realizing what it is that we are looking at. The Establishment plays tricks on us, like conjurers do, and has convinced us that the tomb is lost because there is no sign to indicate it, whereas we can see it in front of us and touch it if we use our mind. This is the reason we refer to the mind and not the eyes. We speak of thoughts, not research. We can easily see where the tomb is if we consider that Alexander has a recent, therefore living relationship with the Establishment that we did not know of.
So, we should not think like archaeologists who seek after a lost symbol of a former Establishment. In Alexander’s case there is no lost symbol because there is no former Establishment. There is the eternal symbol of the eternal – therefore of the current as well – Establishment, so we have to think as citizens who seek to find what the Establishment’s interests pertaining to such a symbol are. This is of immense importance and the reader will understand why as he keeps on reading.
First of all, it is necessary to mention that it is practically impossible for a tomb like this to vanish from the face of the earth. The lot of the civilized world of that era worshiped Alexander like a God-Man for many centuries. He was not just another ordinary man, so time could not possibly cover the tomb with oblivion. Emperors searched for the tomb of this God-Man in order to pay their respects, so it was impossible for it to be left in oblivion, covered with sand and dust. A tomb, which is the resting place of the most important historical figure of a recorded era in the human history, cannot be considered lost. Just like Napoleon Bonaparte’s tomb cannot get lost in our era, Alexander’s tomb could not have gotten lost in his era. The science of history had already been grounded and there is evidence which describes the facts of that era just as they have transpired.
There is a financial aspect as well. Superstition thrived during the period when Alexander’s remains were lost. In the present case, the verb thrived is interpreted in terms of money. It denotes gold. There were people who had turned faith into business and sold sacred heads and relics of any random and unknown saint; therefore we can understand that if someone sold as much as what once was Alexander’s finger, he could become fabulously rich.
That is, if Alexander’s tomb was left to chance in those times, some people would have become rich after they had shared its content. The tomb of such a great man cannot be left to dilapidate, decay and be crashed by dust and rocks. Why? It is because it is not given the necessary time. It is not just a tomb but also the chance of a lifetime for many people to become rich. Legions of soldiers must have protected it during that crucial period so that they could prevent would-be grave-robbers from gaining riches. God knows how many rapacious hands of would-be desecrators must have been cut while trying to steal the tomb which was worth a treasure.
So, during an era when fingers, kidneys and lungs of saints were supposed to work wonders and everybody was told lies and wild exaggerations, nobody could claim that he possesses and exhibits a part of Alexander’s relic, namely the most famous, handsome, beloved thus potentially most profitable relic on the planet. In fact, it was the most well-preserved relic, considering the fact that Alexander’s remains had been mummified by the best experts of that era. If anything, it is a spectacular sight, to say the least. It is not a bunch of bones which have been dug up from the mud. How can such a treasure be lost?
Among other things, this can only mean one very simple thing. Whoever has Alexander’s relic took the whole of it and can afford not to display it for money. Besides, the way the whole situation evolved leads us to conclude that this person had enough power to threaten even with death any person dared set a business around Alexander’s relic; any sacrilegious trickster would dare appear having parts of Alexander’s relic. The Establishment itself is the only one with the foregoing specifications. One could claim to possess about forty toes of saints but he could not so much as dare claim that he possesses even a small toe-nail of Alexander. He could have naïve believers worshiping a forty-foot saint, but he would face death if he had them worshiping Alexander’s toe-nails.
Therefore, the reader understands that he should not think from the objective of an archaeologist because there is nothing buried that needs to be excavated. The tomb exists, there are people who know where it is and they definitely do not wait for archaeologists to discover it. This goes beyond the scope of archaeology and enters the scope of politics. This tomb may have never been covered by dust and rocks but it has undoubtedly been covered by interests so as to remain unseen. Here lies the sensitive point. If someone realizes this, he can figure out the location of Alexander’s tomb. Actually, Alexander’s tomb is the most openly hidden tomb in the world. Actually, it is located in the centre of our world as we know it.
The main question raised at this point is why, for example, the existence of a tomb of a person with such great prestige would be undesirable; why the Establishment does not want the location of Alexander’s tomb to be known, so he hides it. We will compare this situation with a kindred one so that the answer can be perfectly clear to the reader. It is the same as with the Romanov family tomb. The Soviet regime did not – on a much smaller scale – wish for a Romanov tomb to exist, for the same reason that the Russian Communism did not wish for the tomb of the former leader of the Russian capitalism to exist. What was the reason? It was that his tomb alone would become a centre of attraction for the followers of an opposite regime or of a hostile ideology which would be unwelcome to the Establishment.
Things are simple. Nobody keeps a spark alive if he knows it can set out an unanticipated fire that will burn him. If the tomb of Tsar Nicholas were known, it would become a centre of attraction for the co-ideologists. Nostalgists of the Tsarist regime would gather around this tomb and celebrate Days unwelcome to the Soviet regime. Reactionaries would turn the tomb into a meeting point where they would get together with their co-ideologists fast and effectively. Anticommunists would use the tomb to denounce the Soviet regime’s brutality and fanatics would march past it.
How can anyone believe that the Soviet regime did not know where the Romanov bones are buried? Is it possible that somewhere along the way the communist Moscow disremembered where it has stuffed these bones? Of course it did not. The perennial interests of the Soviet Moscow had led the latter to continuously withhold information regarding these bones that would put it in danger. How can, therefore, the discovery of these bones – thus of the Romanov tomb – be a job for the archaeologists? Was there even a single Soviet or any other foreigner who believed that the discovery of the bones was a job for the archaeologists? Of course there was not. Everybody knew that the finding of the tomb was a job for the government of Moscow. If the government wished to reveal it, it would; if it did not wish to reveal it, there was no way in hell the Russians would ever find out. Even if every Russian grabbed a shovel and dug, they could not find the bones. Why is that? It is because if their search brought them close to them, Moscow would hide them elsewhere in order to keep them away from the public eye.
Alexander’s tomb is a similar situation, the only difference being that it has some important particularities. Ordinary people do not know where Alexander is buried, but the Establishment does. There is no way it does not know. Ordinary people are not like the Establishment and we do not know what goes on, so we make a huge mistake. We apply to the wrong people for the finding of Alexander’s tomb. Alexander was a historical figure, so we get confused and apply to the wrong scientific field. Finding Alexander’s tomb is not a job for the archaeology which will discover what was once lost. Its finding is a job for the political scientists because the Establishment itself has hidden it.
So, what is the point at issue here? First, we will compare and contrast the mystery pertaining to Alexander’s and Tsar’s tombs. The similarities will help us conclude if Alexander’s tomb is hidden and the differences will help us conclude where it is hidden. The first thing we need to do is examine why Alexander’s tomb causes a problem to the Establishment of the Western world similar to the one the Romanov tomb causes to the Soviet regime. We need to examine the reason why the Establishment’s interests are threatened by this tomb. We need to examine and understand why the Establishment is threatened and hides the tomb when it could make a fortune out of it.
There is no other sight more celebrated and more lucrative than Alexander’s tomb. Such a sight can yield tons of money to infinity. Alexander has been worshiped by the biggest religions. The Greeks consider him a God-Man but he has been canonized by Christianity and ranks among the Prophets of Islam. No other person has even been honored like this. So, why would the Establishment have reasons to hide him since it itself acknowledges that he has these qualities? What is more, – and here lies the big difference – we need to examine the Establishment’s true feelings towards this famous dead man. This way we will be able to figure out the whereabouts of the tomb that the respective Establishment has hidden in relation to the position of its own center.
We will begin with the issue of interests. If someone manages to prove that there is a connection between world rulers’ interests and Alexander’s bones, he will find the exact position of the bones with the precision of a GPS. In order for the reader to better understand what has really happened with Alexander’s tomb, we will examine things from an unknown perspective; a perspective that has remained unknown until today; the perspective that reveals connections we do not even suspect of existing. What is the connection between Alexander and the former and current world rulers who have the power to hide the existence of the tomb? Only people with such power would be able to hide this tomb. It is not enough for someone to want to hide a tomb of a man like Alexander; he also needs to have the power to actually carry it into effect.
That is to say, it would have been an unsuccessful attempt even if some insignificant fanatic Christian priests or Taliban muftis wished to hide the tomb so that the religious fold or the Islamic people would not be tempted to think in the Greek, therefore sinful, way. Hiding the dead body of a God-Man who has millions of followers ready to kill so as to defend their God calls for great power. At the same time – and here lies the antinomy of the whole situation – having such great power at that given time called for someone to be that God-Man’s follower and priest.
This means that the people who have hidden Alexander’s tomb were powerful and given the facts we understand that they were people who worshiped Alexander at the time when they attempted to hide his tomb. Why are we so certain of this? It is because the tomb was lost during the era of the Greek nation’s omnipotence; during the years of the Hellenistic Rome. It was an era when – as we will discover later on – the emperors felt a special bond with Alexander.
It is not as if Rome had collapsed so that its God’s tomb and other treasures were covered with dust and mud. It is not as if Rome had been conquered by people of a different creed so that its sanctities were burned or destroyed by the wrath and vindictiveness of the barbarians. Alexander’s tomb was hidden from plain view by some all-mighty notables of the empire. We seek for the political interests that led to the secretion of the tomb, not the religious feelings of the Roman emperors which were already known.
In order to understand what their religious feelings were we will follow a very special but useful line of thought. Everybody knows the term blue-blooded, still, few people can interpret it. Everybody is aware of the term but nobody actually knows its meaning. Everything is in the open and well hidden at the same time, just like Alexander’s tomb. What could such a word denote? What is its usefulness? One thing is dead certain, that some people manage to keep their special relations alive along the centuries through this mystic fact. They manage to keep the secrets according to which they have a blue blood, thus they are superior. Why are they considered to have a blue blood, though? Does anyone know the origin of the term? Why aren’t they called green-blooded or red-cheeked?
The children of Rome are therefore superior for the simple reason that they are the children of a living God. They are the children of the man who connects the Divine with the human. They are the children of the Roman emperor. In what way is the emperor connected with the Divine, though? The Roman emperor of the day was considered to be a living God. He was given this attribute as he was the direct descendant of the thirteenth Dod of Rome, namely Dionysus. Alexander, though – according to the Roman religion – was Dionysus incarnate during his Triumph.
Alexander became the thirteenth Roman God after he had been belauded. Where and how did Alexander prove that he was the Son of God? He proved it in Siva’s alter and the priests of the Ammon Zeus acknowledged it. The big secret of Rome lies In Egypt, Africa. Ammon Zeus was said to have a blue blood according to the Ultimate Knowledge of the adepts. He was the only one among the Gods to have such blood. Alexander had the same blood because he was his son, therefore the Roman emperor had the same blood and therefore the children of Rome had the same blood.
Did the reader understand where we are getting at? The fate of Alexander’s tomb depended on the interests of the all-powerful people who considered themselves to be his descendants. These descendants loved him so they would never forsake him and destroy his remains. On the contrary, they had interests to hide them from the eyes of the commoners. This is why it is so important for people to know where the term blue-blooded originates from. We should look no further than those interests in order to find the reasons for the tomb’s disappearance. Why? It is because, among other things, there is a paradox related to Alexander’s tomb.
During the years of the Hellenistic omnipotence, everybody wanted to get hold of Alexander’s tomb so that they could increase their powers. Whoever claimed world domination claimed Alexander’s remains as well, even by force. Possession of Alexander’s remains was the standard qualification – something like a university degree – for every would-be world dominator. Alexander’s remains have been claimed by Babylon, Pella, Alexandria and all his would-be successors. Egypt was the first to play dirty, followed by Rome. Ptolemaeus was the first to steal the holy body of Alexander on his way to Macedonia so as to have it in his kingdom, thus have the leverage to claim not only the legitimacy but also the primacy of world domination. Rome waited for its turn to come. It did whatever it could whenever it could to ensure it was the next in line.
Rome had always wanted to get hold of the relic of the son of Ammon. It was as strong a desire as the others’ who aspired to succeed him. It was a strong desire for anyone who dared to claim it, even by illicit means, like Ptolemaeus did. It is just that Rome paid its respects to it, as required, for as long as there was nothing else it could do, and caught hold of it when it had the power to do so. Let’s think of a simple thing. We follow the course of this tomb along the centuries through Rome’s actions. Caesar, who has been the “first” Roman emperor, has paid his respects to the tomb. Traianus, who was the “greatest” emperor of Rome, has paid his respects to the tomb. Caligula, who was an insane emperor of Rome, has paid his respects to the tomb.
Caligula, for example, stole Alexander’s armor so as to gain some of his strength. Why did he steal the armor? He did it for the simple reason that he could not steal the rest of the remains. This was the only thing he was able to do. Rome’s power was that much during that era, so was its share to the Alexander’s remains. All of the sudden, this glorious treatment of Alexander stopped, as if by magic. Since 300 A.D. and after Caracallas had been emperor, there is no other record as to the whereabouts of Alexander’s tomb. What had happened that changed things in such an impressive way? Coincidentally, it was the same time when Christianity started rising.
During the Christian years that followed, no empiric notable wanted people to know where Alexander’s tomb is because his rights to exert power, which derived from the Establishment, which was now a Christian one, would be threatened. Up until then, Rome worshiped Alexander but pretended not to know anything about the location of his tomb, for obvious reasons. The Christian Rome pretended not to know where the tomb of the man who had been its Holy Grain was. What happened to change Rome’s attitude? Something happened that is a common practice for the Establishment. The members of the Establishment did not change, but their interests did. The members did not change, but their guise did. They appeared under the Christian guise and had to hide in chests their former Hellenistic ones.
What does this mean in effect? It means that Rome, after it had made the choice to become Christian, had to change its attitude. It had to protect its interests and among the first things necessary to be done was to cover the tomb of its Father with oblivion. It was a selective oblivion that made Alexander invisible to humans. Being Christian now, it was no longer in Rome’s interest for Alexander’s tomb to be disclosed. Rome had no reason to turn its Father’s tomb into a center of reaction against its own authority. What is more, being the head of Christianity gave Rome the alibi to steal the tomb from those who had it until then, since it could reassure them that it would use it to enhance its authority. Rome could get hold of the remains of the beloved Alexander and no one would react to this claim.
Its actions were certainly a choice based on interests because Rome did not just fall into the hands of conquerors who plundered and destroyed its previous guise. Rome alone, which believed in the Dodecatheon, had decided – during the time of its omnipotence – to become Christian. The same Rome which treated Alexander as its thirteenth god and worshiped him decided to adopt a religion which was threatened by the beloved God of the Roman dominators. Why was it threatened? It was because Alexander was an enemy then on. He was the most powerful enemy of the Christian Rome. He was not an enemy of the Romans as individuals but an enemy of the Roman interests; the new Roman interests. He was an enemy of the New Religion, thus an enemy of the New Roman Order of Things.
They took that enemy as well as other elements of the former Order of Things inimical to them and put them in their own luxurious chest of history. Apart from these practical issues pertaining to the simple interests of Rome, things did not change dramatically. The new interests of the same people could not efface old loves and worships. The new interests of the Romans could not change their worship for their beloved Father; their worship for a Father who was blue-blooded, which meant that they were blue-blooded as well. Alexander would simply have to become the secret God of Rome. He would be a God only to the chosen ones. Only they could and had the right to know about Alexander. Only they could and would open the chest and enjoy their valuable heirlooms and amulets.
There is nothing strange about this. Christianity has always been a multi-speed religion. The illiterates would identify with Peter the Apostle because he also was an illiterate, the educated ones would identify with Paul the Apostle because he also was educated, and the blue-blooded superiors would identify with other Apostles. The rule was simple. The Jews would guide the poor and the illiterate, and the Greeks would guide the chosen ones. Does anybody believe that the all-powerful members of the Christian Establishment worshiped all the colorful and half-mad crocks that Christianity canonized from time to time? Does anybody believe that they worshiped the Saint Nobody the Anchorite and the Blessed Weeping Nought? The Vatican runs a whole operation of sanctification. Even today there are people waiting for their turn to be canonized. There are saints who are considered a joke by the blue-blooded people, yet they are useful to them for keeping the poor under their control.
Does anybody know what the stance of all-powerful secret fraternal orders, like the Masons, towards the Divine is? Have they ever been punished for being sectarians? Have they ever been captured and burned by the Spanish Inquisition? Have their huge fortunes ever been confiscated? Of course they have not. Why not? It is because all these behaviors were initiated by Rome and stayed within Rome. Even the Popes themselves belong to such secret fraternal orders. Popes themselves do not believe to what they suggest others do. They suggest anything that interests Christianity and Rome, not what they themselves believe. It is evident that Christianity addressed the mob within the empire. It was the best way for the blue-blooded Romans to serve their interests.
They had decided that the mob did not need to know or understand anything more about its beloved God, Alexander. They dealt with the situation the same way they had dealt with other aspects of the Greek religion and worship. Greek children are educated at school and they are taught that the secrets of the Hellenic Mysteries have been irretrievably lost. Nobody will ever know exactly what took place during the Eleusinian Mysteries or the Kavirian Mysteries. How can this even be possible? How can this undyingly classified and extra-valuable knowledge be lost? Wasn’t the Roman emperor an archpriest of the Greek religion, namely the perfect adept of the Hellenic Mysteries? Wasn’t it a Roman emperor, thus an archpriest of the Dodecatheon, who decided to make Rome Christian? So, what happened all of the sudden? Did he forget everything he knew? Did he start hating all these things he had worshiped until then?
How can the knowledge of such a mechanism which was under the authority of the emperor be lost? Did the latter himself destroy the vessels of knowledge which up until then helped him maintain his authority and made him out to be the chosen of Gods? Why did he do it? Did he do it out of humility? Did he do it so that he would become one with the illiterate and benighted plebe which he did not even take into account? What was the purpose of destroying all these useful and beneficial to him evidence when he could just hide it? What was the purpose of destroying it instead of just hiding it in a basement in Rome? It is not as if he would be saddled with it. What was the purpose of destroying it? Did he do it because he was a fanatic? He might have been a self-seeker but he was no Christian fanatic. Was there any chance that the rest of the all-powerful archpriests would allow him to destroy this huge intellectual wealth? Therefore, he must have hidden it in collaboration with the supreme priestly notables of the empire. Besides, this is the reason why some wings in the Vatican Library are inaccessible to the commoners.
We understand, therefore, that the most logical thing to assume is that nothing has been lost. Everything has been hidden and nothing has been lost. The Greek knowledge has been hidden just like the tomb of the Superior Greek Man has been hidden. Books like The Name of the Rose do not only reveal some of the Greek knowledge but also knowledge related to Alexander’s tomb. It was the tomb that Rome had always had under its control. Even if Alexander’s tomb had been in the New Rome, or else Constantinople, for a number of centuries, it returned to Rome after the Crusades. Whether it was out of fear that the valuable relic of Alexander would fall into the hands of the barbarian Seltzuk Turks, who might not have known how to handle the most delicate matter of the empire, or because they wanted to signify the renewal of Rome’s world domination, the relic of Alexander was re-transferred to Rome where it rests until today.
Why are we so sure of it? It is because it cannot rest anywhere else. Because the powerful people of this world could not have agreed on a different location. The Germans could not have agreed for the symbol of the Romeo-Catholic Empire to be in the hands of the British or the French, and the same goes for all possible locations. Their Father had to remain in his House so that his blue-blooded children would not fight with each other. Mother Rome would have her dead in its bosom and the children would have their dead. Rome would have Alexander, the Germans would have Carlomagno, the French would have Napoleon and the British would have Henry the IIX. The children of Rome wanted to succeed their father and continue his game to their own benefit. Rome protects the rules of this game and this is the reason it has power over life and death over anyone who threatens it, no matter who that person is.
We need to remember at this point what we referred to at the beginning of the text regarding the new information that results from finding the differences and similarities between Alexander and Romanov’s case. As we have aforementioned, the Establishment in both cases had no choice but to keep the location of the respective tomb a secret because it served its interests. The whereabouts of the tomb, though, in each case depends on the different feelings of each Establishment toward the tomb. There is a big difference that leads us to reach to more conclusions.
The communist Soviets were not only adversely affected by the Romanov tomb but they also hated it. This is the reason why they not only kept the tomb a secret but in effect they disgraced the Tsar by burying him deep in the ground of central Russia. On top of everything else, they punished him by depriving him of the right to a proper grave where people could pay their respects. The blue-blooded Romans were also adversely affected by a disclosed location of Alexander’s tomb but – contrary to the Soviets – not only did they not hate it but they worshiped it. It’s true they wanted to secure their interests that were threatened by Alexander’s tomb but they had no desire whatsoever to punish him. This is why they turned to a midway solution which would satisfy everybody and would be known only to them. Since they had the power and the authority they would make sure Alexander’s tomb rested close to them. It would be powerless to harm them, yet permanently close to them.
They would give due honor to it by stealth and they would publicly claim that they did not know anything about its location. This was their way to perform their duty towards the Superior Man in full, yet they knew they had deprived him of his contact with those who he loved, namely the ordinary people. In reality, they kidnapped Alexander and turned him into a true age-long deceased Homer; into an immortal Odysseus-like hero, secluded in some secret and out of reach Ogygia-kind of place. What is more, they could control this way the extent to which noisy people or investigators would have access to him. This is the reason why right from the start we insist on claiming that it was the Roman interests which had changed pertaining to Alexander, not their feelings towards him. Rome has never stopped worshiping Alexander even during the period of its Christian fanaticism when it compelled people to go through the Spanish Inquisition.
Did the reader understand why right from the start we said that one can clearly see Alexander’s tomb with his mind’s eyes? Rome laughs at the expense of the archaeologist Liana Soulvatzi or anyone kindred who searches in the muds to find the very thing Rome would never allow to be hidden in the muds. Rome laughs at the expense of archaeologists who search in dirt and debris in order to discover what functions as the Holy Grail for the empire. In the best case scenario, they will find rocks and wood of an abandoned cenotaph because Rome itself has snatched its divine content long ago. All it takes is for someone to realize the significance of the tomb to Rome and he will figure out where it is located. It has been estimated with mathematical accuracy that Alexander’s tomb rests at the heart of Rome. It is also certain that all would-be world dominators care for the tomb with the due respect; in the way it was cared for by former emperors. We take it for granted that the all-powerful leaders of the world, who visit the Vatican, are introduced to the secrets of Rome once they take over their positions in power. We are convinced that people like Carlomagno, Henry IIX, Napoleon and more contemporary figures like Churchill, Roosevelt, Clinton, even that semi-stupid Bush have paid their respects to Alexander’s tomb. Even Gorbatsov travelled to Rome to announce the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Why do it from Rome? Could it be because he wanted to render homage to Rome and pay his respects to its Father?
It should not be surprising, even technically-wise, if the tomb is in the Vatican City. We are aware of the standard Christian practice to efface traces, so we can easily speculate on the possibility. It is a standard Christian practice to bury Greek symbols in Christian graves. You efface traces by creating new traces over the old ones. You step on footprints so that it is not clear who has stepped on them first. They followed the same practice as when they built Christian churches on the ground where famous ancient-Greek temples had been formerly built. There has been a church built in the name of the Virgin Mary even on the Parthenon. That was the Christian way not only to rob Greeks of their places of worship but also to control them so that they would never be used for that purpose again.
We believe that the same successful practice was followed in the case of Alexander’s tomb. They have used another tomb to hide his tomb. They have used the most famous tomb of Christianity to cover the most famous tomb of humanity. Alexander’s tomb rests inside Saint Peter’s Crypt because, among other reasons, the Pontiffs and Roman emperors wished to be buried close to their Father and retain their after-death privilege of immortality. The best among the blue-blooded Romans wish to be buried next to the superior blue-blooded man. The people who wore the purple robes wished to be buried next to the man who was born to the purple. The mortal emperors wished to be buried next to the Immortal Emperor.
Notwithstanding, we do not know if Alexander’s tomb rests in front of, behind or next to the alleged Peter’s tomb. Most likely there is no Peter’s tomb, namely most likely it has never been found. There are more chances that the dead body of the insignificant Peter has never been found – after he had been crucified – than the dead body of the God-Man Alexander has been lost. Things are simple. There are more chances that one of the most useful tools of Rome has never existed than the most precious of its treasures, namely Alexander’s dead body, has been lost.
I suggest that the next Greek sight-seer who visits the Vatican and enters Saint Peter’s crypt takes a pause and stands before it a little longer. I suggest that he closes his eyes and who knows; he might see things more clearly. He might as well close his eyes and touch the crypt with this mind. I suggest that he closes his eyes and he becomes the raft by which Odysseus will escape the secret and secluded place of Ogygia. Only the Greeks can bring back the storm-tossed Odysseus who has won all wars but has not managed to return home because the witch of Ogygia has fallen in love with him; the Roman witch in our case.
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