Christian relics – Aspects canonical and criminal law

Christian relics - Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit in Vilnius

Christian relics - Crown of Thorns - Late 19th Century Reliquary

Christian relics - Footprints of Jesus - Quo-Vadis

Christian relics - Cathedral Lady of Guadalupe - LA, USA - (01-10-2008)

Christian relics - Reliquary of the True Cross - Notre-Dame Cathedral
 
 

Christian relics - Louise de Marillac - Paris

Reliquary of the True Cross - Notre-Dame Cathedral - Paris, France

Saint Prospero martyr mortal remains - Catenanuova

St Claire of Assisi relics - hairs and sandal etc - Assisi Basilica di Santa Chiara

Volterra Cathedral - Italy

Christian relics – Aspects canonical and criminal law

Christian relics – Although the canon law protects them. Which considers their sale unworthy and forbids their permanent transfer or disposal of their condition without the consent of the Holy See. In their case, secular law also applies. I am talking primarily about first-degree relics, in the context of which questions are asking about the legal status of human corpses.
Should relics dating back to several hundred years be treating as a corpse and should be treating with the appropriate legal criteria, or as a cultural monument? How should human remains on display be dealing with? The decision to display them always requires weighing the goods: on the one hand, respect for the corpse or remains, on the other – the scientific or didactic (educational) benefits. Associated with showing object to a wider audience.
Another problem is dividing the relics into smaller parts. Doesn’t the corpse be desecrated in this context? In the light of the provisions of criminal law. Insulting a corpse consists not only in profaning, damaging, destroying and dismembering a body. But also an arrangement inconsistent with cultural requirements, as well as exposition, spit on, eating or simply taking out of the grave. Therefore, dividing the relics fulfills these marks.

However, as Jacek Mazurkiewicz and Piotr Szymaniec, authors of the work “Not all of me will die, much of me will stay here … Legal aspects of human remains as cultural goods and the integrity of the corpse in the cultural tradition”, point out. Interpretation of these laws depends on time, place and environment. “In different social groups, different behaviors may or may not be considered abusive. It is therefore a crime that is highly dependent on customs and culture.
The subjective side of the act, i.e. the perpetrator’s mental attitude, is also very important. It is assumed that this act can be committed intentionally. What does it mean? If there is no desire to desecrate, there is no legal crime. A similar problem is faced with the use of bodies for scientific purposes. After all, donating the body for scientific purposes is also associated with its use and dismemberment “- the authors write.

Chlorella – Algae exists on world few billion years

Chlorella - Unicellular algae

Chlorella-vulgaris - (18-09-2014)

Chlorella-vulgaris - (12-05-2016)

Karl Henrik Oppegaard (1888–1978) - Print (1916)

Chlorella conglomerata - Alexander Petrovich Artari (1862–1919)

Chlorella – Algae exists on world few billion years

Chlorella <a>– These freshwater algae exists in the world for several billion years. Their composition is so complex that it can provide a wide range of nutrients necessary for our body. Chlorella is a rich natural source of vitamins A, B1, B6, C and E. It also contains magnesium to help maintain blood sugar levels, maintain a healthy heart, relieve nervousness, and are important for the proper functioning of muscles and nerves.</a>

<a>Chlorella is appreciated for its ability to detoxify and regulate digestion. Because it can bind toxins and carry them away from the body. It also supports the proper microflora in the intestines and cleans its walls with soluble fiber. This improves the digestion of food and the absorption of vitamins and minerals through the intestinal wall.</a>

</a>It also contains a high percentage of proteins or beta-carotene. Already in the name of the algae, shows that there is a large amount of chlorophyll, which accelerates wound healing and prevents the formation of an infectious environment. It also has a beneficial effect on the liver tissue, which it regenerates. Also interesting is the amino acid tryptophan contained in chlorella, from which serotonin is produced. In the evening, the body turns it into melatonin and that is why we fall asleep better.</a>

Flax seeds – Known in ancient Babylon and Egypt

Flax seed

NARA-U.S.-National-Archives-and-Records-Administration

Linum usitatissimum - Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan - (27-08-2012)

Flax seed - (01-02-2016)

Golden Flax seed - (11-10-2019)

Flax seeds – Known in ancient Babylon and Egypt

Flax seeds – The positive effects of eating flaxseeds were known in ancient Babylon and Egypt. Where they were added to food and medicines. They believed so much in the healing effects that they even gave him a royal seal and enacted law ordering regular consumption of linseed. Little is known that it contains more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon. Significantly contributes to lowering the level of harmful cholesterol in the body, protecting blood vessels and maintaining a healthy digestive tract.

The main reason people consume seeds is because of unsaturated fatty acids and phytoestrogens called lignans. Which are very similar to human hormones and support hormonal balance mainly in women. Especially during menstruation or menopause. Flaxseed is recommended to be used before childbirth, because they relax the birthing canals and help to start proper lactation. They can suppress fatigue, help with stress, and even lower cholesterol and thus the risk of stroke.

Matcha green tea – The oldest Japanese tea

Matcha green tea - Superfood

Matcha green tea - leaf tea and powder

Green tea Matcha - (22-04-2007)

Japanese tea - latte

Japanese cup of matcha during the tea ceremony - Hamarikyu-garden, Tokyo, Japan

Matcha green tea – The oldest Japanese tea

Green tea Matcha – Considered to be healthy and detoxifying. Matcha is the oldest Japanese tea. It is also used in Buddhist ceremonies. However, this special powdered green tea has other effects. It contains an amino acid called L-theanine, which is the most in matcha tea of all dishes, 100 times more than in other green teas. Thanks to the theophylline content, it stimulates our body, increases alertness and improves concentration.

Very commonly used for weight loss as it helps burn fat. Moreover, without negative side effects such as increased heart rate and high blood pressure. It also affects the activity of our brain, improving memory and concentration. It also contains other nutrients like potassium, vitamins A and C, iron, protein, and calcium. L-theanine supports the production of dopamine and serotonin hormones that improve mood.

Probiotic yogurt – Through stomach to brain

Probiotic yogurt - Jogobella in Poland - (02-02-2019)

Yoghurt in a steel vessel

Probiotic yogurt - Superfood - Expo 2005

Probiotic yogurt – Through stomach to brain

Probiotic yogurt – Through stomach to brain – Scientists from the University of California in Los Angeles proved that in people who do not eat dairy products at all. The part of the brain related to processing emotions and feeling the body is more stable or increased. The brains of people who regularly consumed probiotic yoghurts were also studied. It turned out that then the brain shows better connectivity between the trunk and the prefrontal cortex.

Fermented dairy products are also beneficial to our body due to the large number of minerals. Such as calcium, phosphorus and vitamins A, D and B. Fermented dairy products with bioculture to which probiotic bacteria are added. People with a slight lactose intolerance will also appreciate fermented products. The relatively low energy value and high content of complete proteins are also a big advantage.

Beetroot – Healthiest and most universal vegetable

Red Beetroot - Superfood - before bolting

The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroots - San Francisco, USA - (05-01-2014)

Beetroot from Pakistan - (17-01-2009)

Beetroot - (14-03-2014)

Variety of Beetroots - (08-07-2017)

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable. A team of British researchers found that beetroot significantly lowers blood pressure in people with hypertension. It contains large amounts of inorganic nitrates. In the human body, they turn into nitric oxide (NO), which relaxes and dilates the vessels.

It is native to the Mediterranean basin and was eaten very often in ancient Babylon. The Romans are mainly responsible for its expansion around Europe. In the middle of the last millennium, it began to be cultivated practically throughout Europe, with the exception of the Nordic countries. It contains vitamins B and C, carotene, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, silicon, iron, folic acid or silica.

Some say that beetroot should be eaten to prevent cancer. They also serve as an aid in overcoming cancer and later recovering from recovery. All because of its ability to neutralize harmful substances in the body and promote their subsequent excretion. Especially from the brain and gut. It also improves heart function, lowers blood pressure, and helps in proper digestion and excretion.

Scott Kelly spent year orbit – At the ISS Station

Scott Kelly spent year orbit - Scott J. KellyScott Kelly spent year orbit - Scott J. Kelly after Soyuz TMA-01M landing Expedition 26 (16-03-2011)

Scott Kelly spent year orbit - Scott J. Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko

Scott Kelly spent year orbit - Scott Kelly seen inside the Cupola

Scott Kelly spent year orbit – At the ISS Station

Scott Kelly spent year orbit – March 1 when astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth after nearly a year spent at the International Space Station ISS, was surprised to discover that in that time has grown 5 cm. At his age, already it does not happen, unless, in the cosmos. Devoid of the influence of Earth’s gravity, the spine elongates because expanding the intervertebral discs. During the mission, the standard length of astronauts gain approx. 2.5 cm, but after returning to Earth quickly return to the previous size.

The aim of the annual mission of Kelly was among others examine how long-term stay in microgravity affects the human body. Determining this is necessary before a manned expedition American astronaut, who stayed in orbit about a year. An additional advantage of Scott, to render it an ideal candidate for research, is his twin brother Mark, who remained on Earth. Throughout their stay controlled health specialists from NASA.