You have chosen the path of the Goddess of Love and reflect now on the lives of blessed, canonized, and deified people in the hopes that maybe you too will be worthy of salvation! Welcome to… The Chapel of Saint Joan of Arc, the gateway to the Throne Room.
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Great men and women descended from Romans have lived within the boundaries of states established by some of the greatest civilizations to emerge in Medieval and Early Modern history as well as within the modern United States of America, where they have maintained and continue to share their many cultural achievements! Continue on the Path of Venus by clicking here.
Welcome to the Path of Venus. For choosing the path of the Goddess of Love… …we salute you and wish you the best of luck on your journey, for the path of righteousness is not always an easy path on which to tread! Continue on the Path of Venus by clicking here.
You are not the first to choose a path… “Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, For the straightforward pathway had been lost.” -Durante degli Alighieri, The Divine Comedy (1300-1322) “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference.” -Robert Lee Frost, “The Road Not Taken” (1916) Which path will you choose to follow? The Path of Satan The Path of Venus
A Brief History On November 3, 1954, Godzilla, the giant fire-spewing, dinosaur-like dragon, born of nuclear bomb tests, emerged from the sea and onto the silver screen to ravage Japan. Digging Deeper When the first Godzilla movie hit the theaters, it was a sensation. By today’s standards, though, the special effects are laughable. A man in a monster suit walking around scale model buildings and cars is what passed for high tech in those days, but Japanese audiences loved the film and its anti-nuclear undertones. In 1956, the film made it to the United States in the heavily Americanized version Godzilla, King of the…