Great Pyramid Upper Passage, submitted by dead monkey puppet. Ruben benAbraham has some problems. Ruben benAbraham has a lot of time on his hands because he got laid off from the truck plant for talking about how the Great Pyramid's upper passage is the gateway to armageddon and the great cosmic conflict. Ruben benAbraham has a really gay name and he is without a doubt totally insane. What, you don't believe me?
"As we move away from the vertical step, we come to the end of the ceiling of the grand gallery. The horizontal distance from the vertical step to this point overhead is 40" (dimension-B). This means that 40 days after the universal worship law takes effect, enforcement for compliance of this law will begin. At that point in time there are two choices, either be obedient to the Law of God, or else comply with the laws of men by going along with this new standard of worship. If we obey God, we shall be persecuted, but in the end we shall receive the Seal of God and the crown of eternal life. If we adhere to this new standard of worship we shall be able to buy and sell, and be in agreement with the authorities and most everybody in this world, but at the same time we shall receive the mark of the beast and eternal damnation."
Oh Ruben benAbraham-chan ^_^;; you are crazier than a shithouse rat but I can't stay mad at you! Come here and give me a hug you big crazy teddy bear.
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