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In the far past there really stood a 200 ft tall statue overlooking the harbor of Cadiz Spain. It was pulled down in 850 AD, described by a traveler in 300 BC and said to predate a city built in 1200 BC - but when and why was it built? Tracy Nicholson remembers a past life as successively daughter of a General, slave and wife of a Roman Centurian. The statue marks the defeat of a great evil.

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