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Spear of Destiny

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Price: $165.00 

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More than 2000 years old, it is known by many names, the Lance of Longinus, the Lance of St. Maurice, but it is best known as The Spear of Destiny. Without doubt one of the most coveted artifacts of Christendom.  Revered for its mystical power the Holy lance has passed through the hands of many of the worlds' most renowned leaders, Emperors and conquerors. Constantine, Charlemagne, Otto the Great, even Adolf Hitler and George Patton. Why? Because after piercing the side of Christ a legend was born that who ever claims it and learns its secrets, holds the destiny of the world in his hands. You can now control the destiny of the spear.  This beautiful full scale replica is accurately replicated of iron and brass with steel wire and took hours of research to reproduce accurately. Approx 18" long. Claim your destiny.





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    1. Duncan on 6/12/2009, said:

    A fairly approximate replica of the original. The "hours of research" were apparently just a few moments or a brief glance. It's going to take a lot of work to bring it up to something resembling the actual spear. Incidently the plexi and wood case was in six pieces when it arrived. Not really worth the bucks. Sorry.
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    2. Anonymous User on 5/13/2009, said:

    If you want an accurate copy of what the spear of Longinus might have looked like I suggest purchasing a typical Roman spear. This replica shown is from the realm of fiction!
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    3. Anonymous User on 4/27/2009, said:

    A truly beautiful piece!
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