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A fair assessment.

I'm not really sure how things are going to play out here in the UK, as we still have the shadowy Mark Sedwill lurking in the background of the Cabinet office et al and directing his "spooks" like pieces on the chessboard...

 

As for the USA, I'm still of the opinion that the objective is Civil War... "achieved" by allowing Trump to win via the Supreme Court and then by agitating the activist groups like Antifa and BLM for their own purposes...

 

"We live in interesting times" as the saying goes...

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boris' satanic rothschild agent missus carrie played a big part to get rid of him.

 

The production was based on the writings of self-styled mystic Aleister Crowley – an unabashed occultist who revelled in his infamy as ‘the wickedest man in the world’. He died in 1947.

Crowley’s form of worship involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women, spells which he claimed could raise evil gods, and the use of hard drugs, including cocaine and heroin.

For the play, Miss Symonds is wearing a black dress and torn black tights with heavy black make-up smeared around her eyes.

In one picture she is kneeling on the floor with a table in the background. On the table are written the words ‘cognac, c*** and cocaine’ – a reference to one of Crowley’s most notorious poems.

A bottle of cognac and small pile of white powder, believed to represent cocaine, are on the table, which is surrounded by a circle of cards. The words ‘Do As Thou Wilt’ are scrawled in chalk in the centre of the circle.

Alongside Miss Symonds sits a bare-chested male student with ‘Big Beast’ and ‘Do As Thou Wilt’ daubed across his chest and throat in black ink.

Crowley’s poem Leah Sublime includes the foul-mouthed lines: ‘Straddle your Beast, My Masterful B****... Spit on me, scarlet, Mouth of my harlot... Soak me in cognac, c*** and cocaine.’

 

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On 11/13/2020 at 11:46 AM, Shy Talk said:

This is probably setting the scene for Johnson to quit and then Brexit to be cancelled. Along with Trump being levered out, that would mean the two big remaining thorns in the side of the coming Reset are out the way.

 

 

100%

 

Cummings was vote leave.   Lee Cain was also vote leave.  Funny isn't it the vote leavers being culled just as its getting to brexit deadline.

 

 

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On 11/15/2020 at 11:24 AM, bamboozooka said:

boris' satanic rothschild agent missus carrie played a big part to get rid of him.

 

The production was based on the writings of self-styled mystic Aleister Crowley – an unabashed occultist who revelled in his infamy as ‘the wickedest man in the world’. He died in 1947.

Crowley’s form of worship involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women, spells which he claimed could raise evil gods, and the use of hard drugs, including cocaine and heroin.

For the play, Miss Symonds is wearing a black dress and torn black tights with heavy black make-up smeared around her eyes.

In one picture she is kneeling on the floor with a table in the background. On the table are written the words ‘cognac, c*** and cocaine’ – a reference to one of Crowley’s most notorious poems.

A bottle of cognac and small pile of white powder, believed to represent cocaine, are on the table, which is surrounded by a circle of cards. The words ‘Do As Thou Wilt’ are scrawled in chalk in the centre of the circle.

Alongside Miss Symonds sits a bare-chested male student with ‘Big Beast’ and ‘Do As Thou Wilt’ daubed across his chest and throat in black ink.

Crowley’s poem Leah Sublime includes the foul-mouthed lines: ‘Straddle your Beast, My Masterful B****... Spit on me, scarlet, Mouth of my harlot... Soak me in cognac, c*** and cocaine.’

 

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That Crowley "poem" is absolutely disgusting. Shows you how perverted that weirdo was. 

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