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‘The Cross and the Towers’ explores what symbol meant to rescuers

As the tenth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, a video documentary looks at another side of the worst-ever foreign attack on American soil.

It doesn’t examine the enemy.

It doesn’t even focus on the victims.

It zeroes in on the rescue effort and something they found that had a dramatic effect on them – providing meaning and hope amid the tragedy and death.

Everyone remembers the image of what they discovered – an unmistakable cross made of twisted metal placed there at Ground Zero as if it had been intentionally planted.

Some think it was.

That’s what “The Cross and the Towers” is all about.

The movie follows the lives of seven individuals whose lives were changed forever, not only by the events of that day, but by the events of the succeeding days. They were knee deep in a horror few Americans yet appreciate.

Anxiety and despair overcame the heroic rescuers as the days turned into weeks and the weeks into months.

Then they saw something that changed their perceptions, gave them new-found strength and purpose in their effort, uplifted their spirits.

“The Cross and the Towers” fully explores this “phenomenon” for the first ever. Miracle or anomaly, it made its impact on the lives of many. Thousands still flock to the memorial today.

“‘The Cross and the Towers’ is full of powerful imagery and powerful stories,” says Joseph Farah, founder and editor of WND. “It is moving. It is inspirational. It is a message of hope and triumph amid tragedy.”

Comments on: "Documentary finds ‘miracle’ in cross of 9/11" (5)

  1. What a day that was!!! Its good that people are using this to help them heal.

    • Dear Tarryn:
      what I feel this documentary shows is that even in the midst of tragedy there are miracles and signs of the divine spirit all around. I saw documentary the other night on different people who were involved that day and one man who had checked in the terrorists at the Airport suffered a complete mental break down and felt responsible. So people are still healing and recovering. Thank you for your comment.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  2. Sounds interesting, when the premiere in Argentina I try to go to the movies. I like the subject, because it focuses on the meaning of pain. And the way that victims try to move on with their life with the help of the spiritual.
    These people have suffered so much. And especially do they explain the meaning of the cross. I believe that God helps them to keep standing and strength after this event so devastating,
    Thanks for this information.

    • dear Anabella:
      it will be interesting to hear what you think of this documentary after you see it. God is always in the midst of tragedy and you just have to look for it sometimes. I really thought this would be of interest to people so that we focus on the positive and not the negative. Thank you for your comment.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  3. We are never alone no matter what happens. This is just another physical reminder of this beautiful truth.

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