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The Final Secret of The Holy Lance - Exploring The Antarctic Reich

The Final Secret of The Holy Lance - Exploring The Antarctic Reich

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The Black Saint Maurice (the Knight of the Holy Lance) is regarded as the great patron saint of the Holy Roman Germanic Empire. Description from atlantablackstar.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Black Saint Maurice (the Knight of the Holy Lance) is regarded as the great patron saint of the Holy Roman Germanic Empire. Description from atlantablackstar.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Holy Lance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Holy Lance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Holy Lance    He who holds the Holy Lance, holds the destiny of this...

The Holy Lance He who holds the Holy Lance, holds the destiny of this...

Holy Lance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Holy Lance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The object pictured above has many names, such as the Holfburg Spear, the Holy Lance, the Spear of Longinus or the Spear of Destiny

The object pictured above has many names, such as the Holfburg Spear, the Holy Lance, the Spear of Longinus or the Spear of Destiny

The Holy Lance in Echmiadzin (Armenian: Geghard) is conserved in Vagharshapat, Armenia . The first source that mentions it is a text Holy Relics of Our Lord Jesus Christ, a thirteenth-century Armenian manuscript, in which  the spear which pierced Jesus was  brought  by the Apostle Thaddeus. It gives a description that exactly matches the lance, the monastery gate, since the thirteenth century precisely, the name of Geghardavank (Monastery of the Holy Lance).

The Holy Lance in Echmiadzin (Armenian: Geghard) is conserved in Vagharshapat, Armenia . The first source that mentions it is a text Holy Relics of Our Lord Jesus Christ, a thirteenth-century Armenian manuscript, in which the spear which pierced Jesus was brought by the Apostle Thaddeus. It gives a description that exactly matches the lance, the monastery gate, since the thirteenth century precisely, the name of Geghardavank (Monastery of the Holy Lance).

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