It is hypothesized by Dr. Samp that the figure atop the bell tower of the Cathedral of Saint Gorboduc is a "very fat" cherub, rather a statue of Buddha (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies; 34-5).


A cherub (or cherubim) is a winged angelic being who is considered to attend on the Abrahamic God in biblical tradition.  In Western Christianity, cherubim have since the Renaissance been confused with putti — innocent souls, looking like winged children, who sing praises to God daily — that can be seen in innumerable church frescoes and in the work of painters[1].


  1. Wikipedia: Cherub

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