SH Archive Cynocephalus Saint Christopher - what was he in reality? OP Username
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"According to the legendary account of his life Christopher was initially called Reprobus. He was a Canaanite, 5 cubits (7.5 feet (2.3 m)) tall and with a fearsome face. While serving the king of Canaan, he took it into his head to go and serve "the greatest king there was". He went to the king who was reputed to be the greatest, but one day he saw the king cross himself at the mention of the devil. On thus learning that the king feared the devil, he departed to look for the devil. He came across a band of marauders, one of whom declared himself to be the devil, so Christopher decided to serve him. But when he saw his new master avoid a wayside cross and found out that the devil feared Christ, he left him and enquired from people where to find Christ. He met a hermit who instructed him in the Christian faith. Christopher asked him how he could serve Christ. When the hermit suggested fasting and prayer, Christopher replied that he was unable to perform that service. The hermit then suggested that because of his size and strength Christopher could serve Christ by assisting people to cross a dangerous river, where they were perishing in the attempt. The hermit promised that this service would be pleasing to Christ.

After Christopher had performed this service for some time, a little child asked him to take him across the river. During the crossing, the river became swollen and the child seemed as heavy as lead, so much that Christopher could scarcely carry him and found himself in great difficulty. When he finally reached the other side, he said to the child: "You have put me in the greatest danger. I do not think the whole world could have been as heavy on my shoulders as you were." The child replied: "You had on your shoulders not only the whole world but Him who made it. I am Christ your king, whom you are serving by this work." The child then vanished.

Christopher later visited Lycia and there comforted the Christians who were being martyred. Brought before the local king, he refused to sacrifice to the pagan gods. The king tried to win him by riches and by sending two beautiful women to tempt him. Christopher converted the women to Christianity, as he had already converted thousands in the city. The king ordered him to be killed. Various attempts failed, but finally Christopher was beheaded." - Wiki

Saint Christopher
died in 251 AD in Anatolia
St. Stephen and St. Christopher

KD: Interesting, that wikipedia article and other traditional sources omit, or hide that Saint Christopher, most likely was a Cynocephalus.

Reprobus means rejected in latin. Could it be because he was different?

Some food for thought: reference to a possible connection there > Canine - Canaan - Canaanite

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- What do you think? Could this individual be something other than a regular human being?
- Do we have any other historical examples of known individuals being Cynocephali?
- Sympathy For the Monster: The Redemption of Reprobus
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The proof would be in the skeletons. Are there any skeletons mentioned anywhere that did look like that? Otherwise, I think of mascots for sports teams. They often don the headdress of an animal.

I am not doubting experimenting with the races and species - which is (still/again) being done now, as they say, with humans and pigs.

Why would the Bible say not to mix genetics? Possibly because it had been done before and did not turn out well, ( such as perhaps mermaids and mermen, a species that could not last more than a few generations probably. Bigfoot, who apparently has desires to build things like humans do, using sticks in the woods, but can't actually progress enough to build something real....)

I for one I'm looking forward to more truth in these areas. And also the discontinuance of mixing humans with animals in our lifetime.
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