The collected remains of the head of John Cassian is at best parts of a skull.
This is what a website records about “Holy bones in Saint-Victor Abbey in Marseilles”.
Display of reliquaries containing osseous remains of early Christian saints and martyrs, including the skull of saint John Cassian (top middle), and morsels of saints Agatha, Benignus, Caesarius, Constant II, Facondi, Felicity, Fidelius, Fortunatus, Justin, and many others.
The most interesting part of this story is the bone collection inside the “Church” in Marseilles.
All kinds of pieces of bones are collected and kept in strange looking golden boxes. That this is holy bones, can only be confirmed by the crosses on top of the boxes.
To anyone who still doubts about the Roman Catholic Church being the skull and bones society, take a look at the skull and bone files on this blog.
Lets also learn from Jesus. He spoke about people who he compare to dead bones, unclean people. Today we know that people who collect and adore bones, are not washed in His blood.
“Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of the bones of the dead and everything unclean.
Written by Ivar