The measure of a person typically has it that their height is the approximation of the span of the outstretched arms, interesting in of itself as this would match the height-width aspect; but what I find more interesting (when relating it to the information that's been coming up in relation to the current author of the months work) is that the length of ones hands is approximately the equivilent of the combined length of ones head and neck. This would place, in say someone whose been crucified through the wrists and feet;.. the nails in approximately (or possibly even exactly) in a configuration which would form a triangular shape which be of equal measure height and width.
Something to think about...
A lot of thoughts can pop into your head with that one.
|A Trinket for Patrick and Others||473||Cesar||14-Mar-05 19:17|
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