Theo Kamp (Jeroen van Koningsbrugge) is the best, but also most dashing homicide detective Tilburg. When he steps out of line for the umpteenth time in the search for top criminal Freddy van Nuenen, he is taken off the case and as punishment, transfered over to the hemp team. Here he is aspected to lay low under the supervision of his new partner William Niessen (Dennis van de Ven), the most correct detective of the corps. Theo is not going to give up his investigation. Will he manage, with the disadvantage of having William as his watchdog, to still catch Freddy van Nuenen and also get his old job back?
Runtime: 51 minutes
Smeris - Priestly breastplate - Netflix
The priestly breastplate (Hebrew: חֹשֶׁן ẖošen) was a sacred breastplate worn by the High Priest of the Israelites, according to the Book of Exodus. In the biblical account, the breastplate is sometimes termed the breastplate of judgment, because the Urim and Thummim were placed within it. These stones were, at times, used to determine God’s will in a particular situation (see Exodus 28:30). Using these stones did not always determine God's will (see 1 Samuel 28:6)
Smeris - Pattern - Netflix
Whether there is any pattern to the choice of gemstones depends on their identity. Taking the majority view of scholars in regard to the identity of the gems, and including the implication from the Book of Revelation that the Onyx at the end of the fourth row was a Sardonyx, there are four colours – red, green, yellow, and blue – each represented by a clear gem (red – Carbuncle, green – Heliodor, yellow – Chrysolite, blue – Amethyst), an opaque gem (red – Carnelian/red Jasper, green – green Jasper, yellow – yellow Jasper/yellow Serpentine, blue - Lapis Lazuli), and a striped gem (red – Sardonyx, green – Malachite, yellow – pale golden Agate, blue – sky-blue Agate). The four colours of red, green, yellow, and blue, are the first four colours (apart from black and white) distinguished by languages, and are distinguished in all cultures with at least six colour distinctions (the other two being black and white). These colours roughly correspond to the sensitivities of the retinal ganglion cells. (The retinal ganglia process colour by positioning it within a blue to yellow range, and separately positioning it within a red to green range.)
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