Is there a God? If so, what is She like?
The "nectar" reflects certain rituals in satanic sects if you do the research.
Other than that, great articles.
Other than that, great articles.
Maybe the 'word salad' was a bit rough and not tasty.
Wonder you have tried his soothing salad oil yet which could change your mind?
Averroes wrote: ↑Tue Sep 25, 2018 10:42 amIf you would kindly allow me, I would like to propose to you to listen to a recitation of the Holy Quran in a clean place, i.e. not in the bathroom or restroom, and tell me how you felt if you feel like sharing the experience with me. If you agree, then here are some short recitations of the Holy Quran from professional reciters that I have chosen:
1. Al-Fatiha (chapter 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6r47L-8uf8
2. At-Teen(chapter 95): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SK88FsJ3xQM
3. Al-'Asr (chapter 103): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5iElBopeyA
4. Al-Feel(chapter 105): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfBECWykm2o
5. Al-Baqara (chapter 2 verse 255) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaNdjbGN-Fg
If you will want to listen to some more, there are many other YouTube videos that I can direct to.
You have nailed this one down Johnny. You are right. Thanks for the information. I made the research you suggested, and it is too disgusting that I cannot provide the references to the information I got. Anyone interested can Google it, there are plenty of resources available on the web on that. The Buddhist practice of drinking this so called ‘nectar’ (seminal and vaginal fluids) is in fact used in witchcraft in the making of magic spells and things like that! I also came across other information on this Buddhist practice, and it turns out that these Buddhists not only drink the seminal and vaginal fluids of their masters’/gurus’ orgies but they also eat their excrement (i.e literal shit), drink urine, and also consume the menstrual blood of the female consorts (a.k.a. dakinis) and other filthy substances. Moreover, on some relevant Buddhist sites, it is also reported that such practices are “recommended” to be performed in desert places or in cemeteries and filthy places like that!!
Now, I also recall from the article in The Independent that I already posted, this information:
This all goes in the direction of your intuition! So I have to second your intuition on that. Indeed, I too now think that Buddhism is a satanic cult. The adherents of this religion eat and drink shit, no wonder that they are so full of shit!The Independent wrote:The psychological pressure is often increased by making the woman swear vows of secrecy. In addition, June Campbell was told that "madness, trouble or even death" could follow if she did not keep silent.
"I was told that in a previous life the lama I was involved with had had a mistress who caused him some trouble, and in order to get rid of her he cast a spell which caused her illness, later resulting in her death.
Site: https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-ente ... 69859.html
Thanks again for this amazing contribution. To return the favor, please allow me to tell you how to protect oneself from these satanic practices. To protect from satanic practices, it is recommended to recite or listen to Quranic recitation of certain specific verses of the Holy Quran in a clean place, i.e. not in the bathroom or restroom.
Listen or recite to these following often, daily if possible:
Surah Baqara (chapter 2) verse 255: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZ3mXPv-IbE
Surah 113: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCMt14HeJdM
Surah 114: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8h_2bvkHa0
You can also listen to the Islamic call to prayer as a protection from Satan, the cursed. I searched Youtube to find a beautiful Islamic call to prayer to share with you and I found a lot of them, and two were really really beautiful that I could not chose between them. So I have decided to give you the links to both of them and let you decide for yourself! Here they are.
Islamic call to prayer:
1. By Hafiz Mustafa Ozcan Gunesdogdu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oolV-slw_AM
2. By Sheik Ahmad Al-Nafees: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe8qRj12OhY