The Holy Lance/Spear of Destiny, displayed in the Imperial Treasury at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria. At the core of the spear is the original blade, now broken, and combined with an iron pinion that is reputed to be a nail taken from the cross. Holding the broken spearhead and the ‘nail’ together is some silver wire believed to have been added around 600AD, at the same time as the “wings” - two extra blades that were added to adorn the base of the spear.

The Holy Lance/Spear of Destiny, displayed in the Imperial Treasury at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria. At the core of the spear is the original blade, now broken, and combined with an iron pinion that is reputed to be a nail taken from the cross. Holding the broken spearhead and the ‘nail’ together is some silver wire believed to have been added around 600AD, at the same time as the “wings” - two extra blades that were added to adorn the base of the spear.

mr-veils-appreciation-society: “ stars remember stars above below before the coldest hunting ground then called !seduced! !ensnared! a symbiote afloat our everhungry home nestled nested now in cedars cast down the benighted i will be their dragon...

mr-veils-appreciation-society: “ stars remember stars above below before the coldest hunting ground then called !seduced! !ensnared! a symbiote afloat our everhungry home nestled nested now in cedars cast down the benighted i will be their dragon...

The Holy Lance in Echmiadzin.  The Holy Lance is conserved in Echmiadzin, the religious capital of Armenia. The first source that mentions it is a text Holy Relics of Our Lord Jesus Christ, in a thirteenth century Armenian manuscript. According to this text, the spear which pierced Jesus was to have been brought to Armenia by the Apostle Thaddeus.  This Holy Lance, which is held by the Nestorian Church has never been a weapon and therefore could not be the actual Lance of Longinus of the…

The Holy Lance in Echmiadzin. The Holy Lance is conserved in Echmiadzin, the religious capital of Armenia. The first source that mentions it is a text Holy Relics of Our Lord Jesus Christ, in a thirteenth century Armenian manuscript. According to this text, the spear which pierced Jesus was to have been brought to Armenia by the Apostle Thaddeus. This Holy Lance, which is held by the Nestorian Church has never been a weapon and therefore could not be the actual Lance of Longinus of the…

Holy Lance - Wikipedia

Holy Lance - Wikipedia

"I Bowed on my Knees and Cried HOLY" - Lance Thomas

"I Bowed on my Knees and Cried HOLY" - Lance Thomas

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