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PostSubject: Elijah's return (unfinished project)   Wed Feb 25, 2009 5:11 am

Some ideas for a project of mine called The third book of kings:

    Elijah flew down to Earth in a whirlwind to banish the Sphinx. Then he brought a Holy Fifty to Melbourne to banish the unholy fire which threatened to consume the city. Holy Fire lovingly touched his extremeties before a flash of light prevented disaster, and he was then fed communion by his mother. And then he walked through Sodom, where those who give up the best without question are damned.


I'm not sure how it will end yet, though. But to be honest, I'd rather leave it to someone else.

Comments, anyone?
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PostSubject: Re: Elijah's return (unfinished project)   Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:19 am

Impious wrote:
Comments, anyone?
The wild fires are false-flag operations, started by the Australian central authorities to give a reason for 1984-style cameras and microphones in the forests, more control of civil liberties and getting people used to evacution for the big move to the detention camps that's coming. I believe they framed a half-retard as usual, right? (Reichstag fire for example.)
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