The World's Tallest Christ Was Struck By Lightning

Daily Mail - February 13, 2008

The dramatic scene above occurred when the world's largest statue of Jesus was hit by lightning. The bolt parted the thunderclouds over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to strike Christ the Redeemer. The statue is 130 feet tall, is made of 700 tons of reinforced concrete and stands atop the 2,296ft Corcovado mountain overlooking the city. It was named one of the new Seven Wonders of the World in 2007. Sunday's storm caused havoc in Rio, felling trees in several neighbourhoods - but did not damage the statue.

Religion is a platform that controls consciousness, while allowing souls to understand that creation from a higher source of light, energy, and frequency. Lightning takes us to electromagnetic energies, the bipolar nature of reality, forever seeking balance, yet programmed for self-destruction.

Sacred Geometry - the spiraling movement of consciousness through the platforms of reality in the alchemy of time.





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