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Re: Humaworm Experience
hsongi90 Views: 1,868
Published: 6 years ago
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Re: Humaworm Experience

These doctors are becoming predictable. Every patient sick from parasites reporting the same experience. How can that be... something is not right. With no quick diagnosis, declared crazy and collect. Because after all parasite infection is due to insanity right? lol. Quite hilarious if it wasn't so sad.

They need to just stop and do their work instead of ducking behind the fence of "its all in your head".

Jesus was hunted down because he called some people out. The physicians, the priests and the money changers.

He said "PHYSICIANS HEAL THYSELF". He told the Priest that they were like white washed tombs , full of hyprocracy and he beat the money changers out of the temple. He was trying to set them straight so they could get back on the path of truth and Godliness, because the people needed them and depended on them to be the pillars of society. Jesus, the son of man was a man of peace (slow to anger) but he blasted these class of people ,,, Why?

Jesus came at a time of great incurable sickness and diseases such as leprosy. People were sick and the physician gave them no answers, just song and dance and clap. Everywhere he went the multitude followed. He was the greatest physician, healing the lepers, restoring sight to the blind with his touch. He even brought Lazerous back to life after he laid dead in the grave for 3 days.

parasites are prejudice and discriminate. Lets see, if THEORY serves, me right, They only mess with poor people in poor countries.

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