The Fairy Queen

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The Fairy Queen

#1 Post by Marina » 4 years ago

The Fairy Queen - this reads like a rap

Big Greek fairy Liberty
Belching on her inability
To deliver.

Going to rebrand her
As Britannia
Queen Anne her
That’ll make her grand, huh?
But bland

Get an Italian sculptor
To re-davinci her contour
Chic her up, chic her up
To a great big J cup
With a porn mag held up
Like a torch

How the people will flock
To see the tart’s new frock
As she belches and she whines
In her attempt to redefine
Her narrative

That kind of goes like this.
People, people read my lips!

I promise you freedom!
From the drive to survive.

I promise you freedom!
From being alive.

I promise you freedom!
From the shackles of hope.

I promise you freedom!
To buy low-cost dope.

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Did you know that fairies are peris or pheeris. They are the Persian fallen angels. Here is a song about them. In the song a wish is expressed to exchange the House of Peers for the House of Peris.

Marina

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#2 Post by Bruno » 4 years ago

I promise you freedom!
To buy low-cost dope.

Hi Marina,

Did the promise come with an address? :P
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#3 Post by Orchid61 » 4 years ago

Did you know that fairies are peris or pheeris. They are the Persian fallen angels. Here is a song about them. In the song a wish is expressed to exchange the House of Peers for the House of Peris.
Hi Marina,
No I didn't know, but it's a choice between bitten by the dog or the cat. :eek:

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Willy

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#4 Post by Bruno » 4 years ago

Orchid61 wrote:
4 years ago
Did you know that fairies are peris or pheeris. They are the Persian fallen angels. Here is a song about them. In the song a wish is expressed to exchange the House of Peers for the House of Peris.
Hi Marina,
No I didn't know, but it's a choice between bitten by the dog or the cat. :eek:

Regards,
Willy
I’m going to go with a dog bite. Dogs often have a look of remorse in their eyes after they bite you :cry: Cats have a look which says the first bite was a warning, the second will be fatal :twisted:
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#5 Post by Orchid61 » 4 years ago

Hi Bruno,

I think this man was Never expecting this also, but it was fatal. :eek:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/cr ... 56261.html

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#6 Post by Bruno » 4 years ago

Hi willy,

It is amazing how quickly we can get off topic. From the forum being about to witness it's first drug deal (I like how you disguised that through poetry Marina, nice touch ;) ) to talking about who has the worst bite. It's no wonder we can't figure out what's going on biblically :)
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#7 Post by Orchid61 » 4 years ago

LOL,

Well Bruno I have rather the company of dogs and cats, then fairies(fallen angels) or politicians. So I stayed on topic imho.

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#8 Post by Marina » 4 years ago

Bruno wrote:
4 years ago
Did the promise come with an address?
I expect the disciples of this academic could help you:-

In the 1950s a young man called Tim Leary was studying psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. He went on to become a director of psychiatric research at the Kaiser Family Foundation. After that he became a lecturer in psychology at Harvard University and continued there until 1963.

In 1955 his wife killed herself. In 1957 Tim heard about hallucinogens and ended up trying some.

Once at Harvard he worked on the Psilocybin Project. The goal of this project was to analyze the effects of psilocybin on humans (students of the Harvard School of Divinity). Tim mixed the drugs according to a recipe by research chemist Albert Hofmann of Sandoz Pharmaceuticals. He administered LSD to 300 professors, graduate students, writers and philosophers, and 75% of them reported it as being like a revelation to them and one of the most educational experiences of their lives. He also gave LSD to 200 clergymen, and 75% reported that they had the most religious experience of their lives. Tim wanted to legalise this drug and have it categorised as 'the holy sacrament'. That way he could say that if anyone forbade the prescribing of harmful drugs, that person was against freedom of religion. By this health and safety could be made the enemy of civil rights.

So why not pop round to Harvard Uni and ask if they have any LSD left? :roll:

Feeding you mind on the Bible and being a disciple of Christ Jesus is good. After Tim’s pioneering with LSD, songs like this became popular in the West. These people look like disciples of Tim. They are asking you remember what the dormouse in Alice in Wonderland. They sing ‘feed your head’ meaning feed it on Tim’s stuff. Adults taking direction from dormice/advocates of LSD (or similar) can result in poor decision making. Revelation 18:23 (sorcery, spiritistic practices - G5331 pharmakeia). Potentially the results of such decision making can be catastrophic, especially in situations where tolerance for error is minimal.

Marina

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#9 Post by Bruno » 4 years ago

Marina wrote:
4 years ago


Tim mixed the drugs according to a recipe by research chemist Albert Hofmann of Sandoz Pharmaceuticals. He administered LSD to 300 professors, graduate students, writers and philosophers, and 75% of them reported it as being like a revelation to them and one of the most educational experiences of their lives. He also gave LSD to 200 clergymen, and 75% reported that they had the most religious experience of their lives.
Marina,or should I call you Eve? You've convinced me! Hand them over, I'm ready to eat. Maybe I'll finally see the light about Adam and Eve ;)
So why not pop round to Harvard Uni and ask if they have any LSD left? :roll:

I hope you don't say this to all the kids in the kingdom hall :shock: I live in France so Harvard is a little out of my way. I applied to study at Harvard. The only thing that stopped me getting in, was the fact that I wasn't clever enough :doh: :)

I've got some funny looking mushrooms growing in my garden. They'll have to do for now.

You've got an impressive collection of songs in your library! I will listen to it again after some mushroom soup. It might make more sense.
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#10 Post by Marina » 4 years ago

Bruno wrote:
4 years ago
Marina,or should I call you Eve?
10 out of 10 for misrepresentation. If they ever turn misrepresentation into an Olympic sport you’ll win gold Bruno.
Bruno wrote:
4 years ago
I applied to study at Harvard. The only thing that stopped me getting in, was the fact that I wasn't clever enough
Or maybe you weren’t enough of a firebrand like one of Harvard’s first governors, Hugh Peters. He very taken with John Winthrop who himself was impressed with the teachings of the wizard, John Dee. In fact, it was through Winthrop that Dee’s Cabbalistic teachings spread throughout the early Puritan settlers in America. You might define that as ‘clever’. It’s not, it's cruel. A bit like telling people Jesus Christ arrived invisibly in 1914.

Anyway, if you wish to benefit yourself, leave the mystery mushroom soup alone. And don't pick mushrooms you cannot identify. Some are very poisonous and will give you kidney failure.
Marina

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