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Category: History, Ancient World
4 comments4 Nov 2001 @ 13:46 by gyrfalcon : On the wings of a song...
So to para-phrase Shirley Bassey..."It's all just a lot of History Repeating!" except now the weapons arn't swords and armour but Hi- and low tech guns/rockets and aircraft etc? ;)
4 Nov 2001 @ 15:10 by marlon : a thousand
muslims must go
11 Dec 2001 @ 06:39 by gyrfalcon : The Knights of Sodomy!!!
I posted this on the Club Chat Room, so I thought may as well post here also..."On the subject of Perversion Flemming, I am reading a A-Z of mystical, occult and spiritual beliefs written by Dennis Wheatley called the "Devil and all his works!" He writes "When initiated , a Knight Templar had to spit opon, then trample underfoot the cross, crying three times as he did so,"Je te renonce jesu." He was then stripped naked and led in to the idol, his companions crying "Yalla! Yalla!" There followed a male orgy, for the Templars, like other military castes such as the Spartans, were sodomites!" Also Buggery has been used to humiliate the conquered since time immemorial... lol.....
26 Nov 2016 @ 10:55 by Coursework Writing Online @126.96.36.199 : Order of the Assassins
On the subject of Perversion Flemming, I am perusing an A-Z of otherworldly, mysterious and profound convictions composed by Dennis Wheatley called the Devil and every one of his works. He composes When started , a Knight Templar needed to spit opon, then stomp all over the cross, crying three times as he did so,Je te renonce jesu.
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