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The Legacy of Mordred

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A recent epochal discovery by the scientists reveals its occult facet; namely, the sun is conjunct or aligned with the Great Hole in the sky precisely on Walpurgis Night. May Day is the traditional birthday of Sir Mordred. The original name of Mordred, meaning 'evil counsel" (?) is Gwydion. Gwydion is the Celtic sky god; a magician; giver of arts and civilization. Albeit at the legendary time of King Arthur1 the sky was another one, the Hole was still there for the witches to pass through and into another world. The Real Time Reality Rendering Tools present various interfaces with infinity while deploying the Great Hole. The True Mind Distiller leaves you facing the original nothingness of your true mind. The Personal Cosmic Secretary is a thin interface to omnipotence that is always at your service. Cascade is the sidekick you go through while sending your problem into the cosmic trashcan, and O5 is your basic reality-rendering tool that expands any obstacle into nothingness.
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Product Details

Edition
Third Edition
Publisher
Klaudio Zic
Published
October 5, 2007
Language
English
Pages
914
File Format
PDF
File Size
21.98 MB
Product ID
1676500

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