And Isaac went out to meditate in the field at the eventide: and he lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, behold, the camels were coming.
Therefore we must consider what else the cross of Christianity must symbolize. The most obvious possibility is that it is really a sword, not a cross, but that does not fit with Jesus's message of peace & passivity. During the period of persecution under the pagan Roman Empire, not once did the Christians use the sword to defend themselves from injustice.
And thou shalt bring his sons, and put coats upon them.
What does this mean? Why is the universal reference to a flat two dimensional plane of such great importance?
Another interesting indication of this is the story of Eden. Eden, the heaven-on-earth that God intended would be humanity's idyllic home for all our days, is described as being situated between two converging rivers - the Tigris and the Euphraties. Once again, we have two intersecting lines, representing a flat Euclidean plane, bearing the name of Eden, and representing God's chosen home for us, his beloved children!
And carry these ten cheeses unto the captain of their thousand, and look how thy brethren fare, and take their pledge.
Thus it is clear from an open-minded reading of the Holy Bible that the true message of Christianity, from the story of Eden, to the symbol of the cross, is that Jesus wants us to return to the idyllic world of the Flat Earth that God the Father always intended for us!
Consider then, the Christian Cross's resemblance to a pick-axe, and our duty to push forward with Operation Dateline Dig becomes all the more compelling.