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London Third Eye 15/19

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Pip: Grand-mère lost her jewelry in the occupation, but she was still alive to get married at the end of it. But this?

This was taken from the body of a martyr.

Seras: Which makes it as sacred as any relic of a saint.

Pip: What I wouldn’t give to see the look on Maxwell’s face when he finds out.

Seras: If he finds out. If we pull this off.

1 Comment

BigKwell on Tue Aug 02, 2011 9:06 pm

Guess that explains why the boodle was holy – a lot of it came from a whole group of martyrs – about 6 million of them.

Ghostfriendly on Wed Aug 03, 2011 3:45 am

This idea of Holocaust spoils being sacred relics rang very true to me, even if the victims weren’t strictly martyrs, being killing for their race rather than their religion. Jews killed or forced into suicide by the Crusaders and Spanish Inquisition for refusing to convert to Christianity would definately be martyrs.

Given the innocence and unique suffering of Holocaust victims, though (not to mention their very saint-like veneration in Holocaust Memorials since 1945), I’d say their remains would definately be imbued with a holiness more human than religious, including Gypsys, homosexuals and others groups persecuted by the Nazis.

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