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This is just a brief appraisal of the Legend of the Wandering Jew, first mentioned by Roger of Wendover in the late 13th Century AD. is the story of the cobbler who insulted Christ on His way to Calvary. Christ asked Ashareus, the cobbler, for a drink of water. When Ashareus refused, Jesus condemned Ashareus to eternal wandering (not a very Christian thing to do, I’d say). Jesus said “I shall go, but you shall remain till I return”. So condemned to wander the earth until Christ’s Second Coming (snigger, snigger), Ashareus wanders from continent to continent. Being a direct link to the Passion, Christ’s crucifixion at Calvary, Asaherus is a witness to 2000 years of human history, a wise man indeed. After the Passion had drawn to an agonising conclusion, and Christ gasped His last breath, Asaherus felt compelled to walk away from his family, home, and buisiness in Jerusalem, and keep walking. When he reaches the age of 100 he revert’s back to the age of 30, the age he was when Christ condemned him. This is just a brief appraisal of the Legend of the Wandering Jew, first mentioned by Roger of Wendover in the late 13th Century AD. But the bottom line is this, when you do shit it comes back to haunt you, now that’s very Budhist, wouldn’t you say? By Dillon Toyne

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