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The biggest questions arose with the representation of Lady Philosophy as a mother and the high priest as a baby. This was a concept that the people of the law and the philosophers were not able discus and this is contemporary with the raise of Islam. While Mecca was claiming a new Prophet, Constantinople was giving birth to the Lady Mary and to the baby Jesus, the high priest in rompers. The sense of divinity was questioning rather Jesus was a God or a creation of God. The first iconoclast campaign started in 726 CE and finished in 787 CE during the reign of Emperor Irene. The second iconoclasm campaign lasted from 814 CE to 842 CE. Islam was inventing a prophet like Christian had created a messiah. The confusion took place into the literature.

At the end of the second iconoclasm period, representations of the Crucifixion appeared as a symbol of the rigorism and the monasticism of Christianity. The Christ became the representation of Theodora, the dancer whose hands and whose feet were spiked to stop the music and stop the Byzantine period. Women were dressed in black, and they took a new role. The role of the mother in the story of baby Jesus. They entered the philosophy without even going to school and eventually they would be sanctified like Mary Magdalena. Christianity has changed under the reign of Charlemagne and the sense of divinity became a new brand mark for power. Fellini has mocked both periods in his films while the priests are trying to stick with the fashion.

A new word has become the shadow of Christianity and inside the bigotry, each school has made its own. Even anti-bigost have made bigots and they reproduce themselves like hermaphrodite snails, but behind the "bigotry", there is a story. The story of Emperor Irene and Emperor Charlemagne.

In 828 CE, during the second iconoclast period, the doges of Venice ordered the construction of the "Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mark". Emperor Irene had died in 803 CE. Two new words were beginning a new era, that of "patriarchy" and that of the "cathedrals". Cathedrals became the place of relics and of the tombs of the apostles, the kings, the templars, the cardinals, the representations of a Christian power that would establish the limits of a "civilized" Empire. The patriarchy brought back the power from Constantinople to Rome and Charlemagne became the founding father of a Neo Roman Empire that was governed by kings under the influence of a Roman Catholic Pope. Catholic means that Christianity is made universal with a spiritual leader in the basilica of San Peter in Vatican.

The story says that Charlemagne would have asked the Emperor Irene to marry him in order the reunite the two Empires of Rome and of Constantinople. Together, Charlemagne believed that they would have been stronger to defeat the raise of Islam. Emperor Irene would have declined and Constantinople has fallen to the Arabs few years after her death. At the same period, the State Welfare of the Byzantine Era has collapsed. Charlemagne has created reforms that have defined the foundations of a modern Europe, but a modern Europe that has reached a breaking point where the welfare has fallen under  the attack of its elites. Those who have become kings, aristocrats, bourgeois, rich merchants, bankers, law makers, lawyers, judges, priests are making a choir to commit the last sacrifice. The last sacrifice after the myth of the "last sacrifice of Jesus". They are judging the society and they are condemning the poor for the mistakes that the rich have been forgiven. They are bleeding the lamb that will redeem their guilt, and they dance. They dance.

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