Zeus Attacks St. Peter’s Basilica
Some people are wondering if a lighting strike on St. Peter’s Basilica might be a sign: a message from above. However, those persons do not know how to read the signs of the heavens. Clearly, there is a better explanation.
Sensing a weakness in the lines of a contending god’s follower’s as their human leader stepped down from his elevated position, Zeus tried to demonstrate his awesome power in an attempt to win converts back to his religion.
Originally, Zeus planned to blow up the Basilica with several lighting strikes and reveal himself amongst the flaming rubble. However, he was stymied by a lighting rod; thereby, limiting the effectiveness of his demonstration and significantly reducing the number of converts.
Obviously, this is the only explanation that makes sense.
Even more foreboding, this is not the first time Zeus has unleashed his awesome power upon an icon of Christianity: Zeus Attacks Jesus Statue.
Avoid lighting strikes: believe in Zeus!