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Gravity Of Sin
The following pictures demonstrate the effects of increased gravity of sin over time.
Almost no gravity.
The arms do not need nails to hold the body upright.
The feet are not nailed to the pedestal.
The crucified man is not identified.
This indicates that every observer would know who He is or may indicate that our ancestors had ESP or another mental power that we currently lack.
Gravity has increased and this is shown by the nails holding the body upright.
The pedestal alone will no longer hold the body in place.
With the invention of writing, IC XC indicates that the man is now identified, in English, as the Anointed Savior.
An increase in gravity is indicated by the bending of the arms.
INRI indicates this is either Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews or Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.
The use of Latin abbreviations create an ambiguity.
Increased gravity is indicated by the feet nailed to the pedestal.
The increased gravity is effecting older structures as shown by the leaning column to the left as these were not designed for the increased stress.
An increase in gravity is demonstrated by the bending of the cross bar.
Gravity is now stronger as the bending in the arms is increased.
An increase in gravity is indicated by the weight of the body fully extending the arms.
The man is unidentified.
Due to more gravity, the cross bar now is wider to support the weight of the man.
Additionally, two nails are now required to secure the feet to the pedestal.
The man is clearly identified as Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews in Latin, Greek and Hebrew.
In the 20th century, gravity is so forceful that it now pulls the body away from the cross.
Also of note is that the wooden beams must be thicker and wider in order to support the unidentified person.
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