Fig. 2 | European Surgery

Fig. 2

From: High volume surgery, flood myths, cancer, and minions

Fig. 2

a Old Egyptian obelisk, initially erected in Sais 587 B.C., transferred to Rome to be placed in front of the Isis temple during the reign of Caesar Augustus, then lost, found and positioned above the Bernini Elephant at the Piazza Minerva in Rome, adjacent to the pantheon around 1600. b Obelisk at Piazza della rotonda, transferred from Egypt to Rome to be placed in front of the pantheon (age: roman time). The composition and orchestration of the obelisks and the pantheon mirror the myths of a lost civilization, as outlined in the text. All essentials of recent believe and wisdom are fused into the form of beautiful art, through which speaks the cross talk between heaven and earth, concepts of resurrection, transition, and holistic approaches towards being. Image obtained by the author in August 2015, using iPhone technology

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