the psychology of the cross

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the psychology of the cross

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Isn't it a mental illness to want to carry an ancient torture/murder device around your neck?
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Advocate wrote: Fri Sep 04, 2020 6:28 pm Isn't it a mental illness to want to carry an ancient torture/murder device around your neck?
For those open to the deeper meanings of the Cross, it is perfectly logical
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Advocate wrote: Fri Sep 04, 2020 6:28 pm Isn't it a mental illness to want to carry an ancient torture/murder device around your neck?
seems so to me - since the Romans killing thousands that way, including sparticus and his 500 followers.

maybe a small guotine neckless would make as much sense?

or an electric chair miniature?

crossbow?

a small LittleBoy/or Fatman model to wear around the neck?
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