The Crucified Soldier refers to the widespread story of an Allied soldier serving in the Canadian Corps who may have been crucified with bayonets on a barn door or a tree, while fighting on the Western Front during World War I. Some still insist it really happened, but most historians regard it as a myth, or even as Allied propaganda. Anyway, a sculpture was crafted back then to depict the alleged incident and victim.
The video was shot inside the Arctic Circle between the border of Canada, Alaska and Russia. It only lasts a few seconds, but it is worth admiring this breath-taking view. This phenomenon can only be seen for 36 seconds once a year; the moon appears in all its splendour and then disappears. It's getting so close to Earth it looks like it's going to crash into Earth, and then, for 5 seconds, a total solar eclipse happens where everything goes dark. This phenomenon happens only when the Moon is in the lunar house (the point where the Moon is closest to Earth) and this is the condition and place where we can realize how fast our planet is moving.
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