The Gnostic Acts

Christmas is a pagan holiday. How can you trust the civilization that blatantly plagiarized the Greeks? The Romans were godless heathens and when they executed Joshua for his rebellion, the Gnostics—Joshua’s followers—crucified Judas for being an agent of Yahweh, the blind god. Before the Romans could raid Joshua’s tribunal lodge, the Gnostics buried a copy […]

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The Roman Character

William the Bastard—not being shielded by the nobility of his father, Robert I, Duke of Normandy—could see how terrible the Roman Oppression was. He knew of a land across the waters that was inhabited by pagan wildfolk. He dreamed himself a Kingdom across the sea, where they could focus on what matters—people surviving, but not […]

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The American Renaissance

stumbling past Ikea gargoyles custom ordered factory made a nation of children of children, of children and so on… caught in the maze of useless knowledge between the double-vision clocktowers drunken sailors, all awaken the sleepers from their fog slowly, slowly, tip-toes ken kesey and his band of      merry pranksters past the cops, with a […]

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