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PhoenixRising
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posted September 21, 2020 10:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PhoenixRising     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
No, he shouldn't pray lest he is prey to the Gods who always have an agenda. You must ask for interjection from those benevolent beings who are always watching this earth. Ask them to intervene if the manipulation and control of the human minds reaches a limit.

For the most part, it is mans own doing that is happening on earth today. There is a great black hole in mankind and they always desire for more and never happy. Rather than judge with merit and justice, we judge people by what our physical eyes see. Our mind is prejudiced. Agree that many are walking dead here on earth. But our mind should always remain sharp and not take anything for granted.

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PixieJane
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posted September 23, 2020 02:02 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for PixieJane     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Should a person who doesn't believe in Santa write Santa a letter asking for presents?

No he shouldn't, as Krampus may intercept the letter and come to torment the letter writer for not believing in the Christmas entities. Such a person should instead send a letter to the tooth fairy for protection against Krampus as well as other Christmas rogues as Ded Moroz who will steal your booze and drugs, and perhaps make time with married women and any other females in range.

And remember, scramble the letters in Santa to get the word Satan.

Strangely, believers and non-believers alike who mail a letter to Santa Claus are as likely, or unlikely, to get what they want for Christmas, after other variable factors are taken into account. Just as strangely, kids who are told there's a Santa by parents, and then told otherwise later on (or mocked for "not figuring it out") seem to continue to believe in other invisible entities promoted by the same parents. Yet the strangest of all if that no matter how many invisible entities they may believe in, they'll think the Great Pumpkin is just silly.

Beware the Communist agents disguised as Santa who pass along messages of good deeds and loving each other over celebrating with lots of loot and latest toys (including cars and new phones for adults that will need to be replaced in a year or so when the software can't be updated).

If you see a Santa ringing a bell, tell him all you want for Christmas is to know what the secret messages delivered by bell mean (it's customary to put a penny in the Salvation Army pot if he's beside one when you ask this).

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PhoenixRising
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posted September 24, 2020 07:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PhoenixRising     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hahah nice analogy. Indeed Christianity is an invented religion. Santa =Satan, Bible has a LIE in it . This is due to the tower of Babel. Now are are reaching peaks of consciousness again. So let not humanity be destroyed.

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