Anna

Copernicus

It is, is it not, an absurdity? Is it not expressly contrary to human reason and to holy writ? Who is this fool, this blasphemer, who moves the earth and stops the sun; who preaches that we are no better than other planets, mere slaves to the sun’s command? How could the Earth hang suspended in the air, were it not upheld by God's hand? By what means could it maintain itself unmoved, while the heavens above are in constant rapid motion? Did not its Divine Maker fix and establish it? Who is this astronomer, this dabbler? A wise ruler would do well to curb such light-mindedness.

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  • two rows of crochet, golden cord 
  • hand sewn white, pink and crackle glass beads
  • crochet onto a flexible, thin metal choker, 45cm with a screw clasp
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  • Please note that colours may look different due to different monitor/device resolutions

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Anna

Anna

Copernicus

It is, is it not, an absurdity? Is it not expressly contrary to human reason and to holy writ? Who is this fool, this blasphemer, who moves the earth and stops the sun; who preaches that we are no better than other planets, mere slaves to the sun’s command? How could the Earth hang suspended in the air, were it not upheld by God's hand? By what means could it maintain itself unmoved, while the heavens above are in constant rapid motion? Did not its Divine Maker fix and establish it? Who is this astronomer, this dabbler? A wise ruler would do well to curb such light-mindedness.