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Truth in Love Demonic Science of Mind Control (Intro.)
The Demonic Science of Mind Control (Introduction)
Author: Sean Jutzi
Source: the Only One Way blog - 05.02.2015
Before I begin posting some videos and
articles concerning the physical methods by which the destroyer is using
the airwaves to control and program hearts and minds I felt that a
brief introductory post would be in order. If you are a born-again,
Bible-believing Christian than let this be a sort of warning, and let
this be a learning experience. As always, you should pray for wisdom,
discernment, and protection--as well as cover your mind with the blood
of Jesus--before viewing and listening to any secular videos or
"Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord
and in the power of His might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you
may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not
wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities,... (more)
The Common Ills Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshot Saturday, May 2, 2015. Chaos and violence continue, Iraq's Shi'ite leaders (and some Iraqi bloggers and Twitters) need to learn that the US government is not the Iraqi government and that Nouri have bullied and bossed other branches around but Barack doesn't control the US Congress, the US Congress discusses Iraq and the Islamic State, they also discuss how Baghdad's not keeping its promise to supply Kurds and Sunnis with weapons and equipment, the US State Dept still can't acknowledge the execution of Iraqi journalist Thaer Ali and much more.
Eleven months ago, US President Barack Obama insisted that the only solution to Iraq's multitude of crises was "a political solution."
Eleven months ago.
And yet there is no progress on that.
And there has been no US government focus on that.
Barack has had officials in the administration -- Defense Dept, State Dept, Vice President Joe Biden, etc -- focus on lining up other governments to join in bombing Iraq from the... (more)
DailyDiary Reception and Exchange
I think that people that took Spanish in school don't get a chance to practice it. There probably aren't enough people with which to practice. English is the constant medium of exchange in the state and elsewhere.
It would be great if a club existed for people to pursue Spanish as a hobby, or if people you met were game to practice it with you. I know a group that started out and went out to restaurants to try Spanish food and conversation.
Spanish takes two to practice. If you go solo, like me, you have to learn it at your own pace or whenever you have time. You have to stare at the words, pronounce them, or write about it in a blog like I am doing now.
Spanish solitaire is tough, but it can be fun and a constructive thing to do. There won't be any exchange, but you can rate your errors.
I think I am stuck, because practicing tenses is difficult. You need other people to correct you in conversation or writing. I can also beef up in the tenses and correct myself,... (more)
Argh Not The Pony Sangria, cinema and too many pitchers
Well my mental health is absolutely 100% down the shitter atm, I'm constantly on the verge of a mega panic attack but besides the fact that I want to hibernate forever and have been in the library and at my absolute shitheap of a job, here is some more interesting stuff
On Wednesday after work I met Michael because he was celebrating probably not failing his exam in Drapers and Becky and Chris were there too and I like them! That was really fun to just have a pint with them
Thursday I had an even shitter day at work so I met Nour, Camilla and Viktor (and this guy from my course who's in love with Camilla lol) at Spoons and had some Pimms and walked home bare needing a wee and it was nice to chill thereFriday sat in the library with Nour and Camilla and was extremely tired and then went to the gym and then Spoons with Nour, Camilla, Eline, Kathrine, Amalie and for a while, Gemma, and we accidentally got food lol and it was actually really nice! We got wine too hehe and I was a bit... (more)
Paper Roses Beat The May Weather
It is finally Saturday. How time Flies. Filipinos right now are already hyper excited, making plans to go the bars, barangay halls (for those in the Philippines), casinos or anywhere that will be showing Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. Making preparations for a feast with friends and relatives at home, splitting the costs of $99.95 pay per viewing or in the case of Pinoys in the Philippines, that amount goes from anywhere to Php 2,000-2,500 to watch the fight on Philippine Cable. There's going to be that familiar frenzy going on. IT'S ONLY FRIDAY! you ask/scream. Well, if you have to ask me that, you're probably new to all the adulation Filipinos have for Pacquio. That and the fact that you lived under a rock the past several years. Although by the time the fight is shown in the Philippines, it will be a Sunday morning. I foresee a number of Pinoys skipping Church till later. Not to mention the Philippines will be the quietest, crime-free country in... (more)