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Postby Medusa » Tue Feb 02, 2010 2:56 pm

Well this is another piece of art at its best then, killing people with its energy? ok Im only saying what Ive just read, and dont really believe that the "energy field" around the icon is killing people, but you make your own mind!

Museum Removes Killer Christ Icon


Piece of art's "energy field" allegedly causing death of staff.

A museum in St Petersburg, Russia has removed an ancient icon depicting Jesus Christ from display because the piece of art's "energy field" reportedly has killed several staff members.

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A professor at the Hermitage Museum says he had complained about the effects of the icon for years, reported the London Telegraph. He claims it has led to the death of several supervisors in the facility.

Its an inexplicable phenomenon and it started long ago. Boris Sapunov told the paper. Three or four people died of diseases, and the coincidence began to make me wonder. When the supervisors seats were moved away, all the trouble stopped. It wont be exhibited any more.

The icon was created by several artists, but it is the meddle section, painted by an apprentice, that has a negative bio-field.


http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.a ... E_ID=34413

Im still in two minds with this one, maybe there's something in it, maybe there's not?
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