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Been here before a long time ago
But this time I wear no sandals
Ages past I gave all you people
Food and water

Three feet tall so very small I'm no trouble
I bring thunder lightning sun and the rain
For all the people in the land

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    anonymous
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    May 21st, 2017 5:17pm report


    Oh this is about a swine who saves everyone.



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    kooljohn176
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    Jan 27th, 2016 1:41pm report


    Being with QUEEN was Freddie Mercury [r.i.p] insulting the relationship of JESUS my LORD and SAVIOUR along with his Jewish Prophet Elite Brothers and his cousin by calling them swine? Meanwhile at the same time exolting himself as a reincarnated jesus or a rock messiah savior in this new time period to become ''more'' of a interesting rock idol to get ''Mad The Swine'' who could be any of us demonically possessed looking to be entertained and possibly be saved by a madman at the same time.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 28th, 2013 9:59am report


    Could have him being talking about John The Baptist?




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