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Follow up video to: https://www.bitchute.com/video/jc9SIggD2lwY/

[1-3-21 Opening Day 117th U.S. Congress 'Amen A-Woman' Baphomet Dedication]

2 months ago

very trippy video edit - deleted on yt
lyrics:
You can climb a mountain, you can swim the sea
You can jump into the fire but you'll never be free
You can shake me up or I can break you down
Oh, oh
We can make each other happy
Oh, we can make each other happy
We can make each other happy
Oh, we can make each other happy
You can climb a mountain, you can swim the sea
You can jump into the fire but you'll never be free, no no
You can shake me up or I can break you down
Oh, oh
We can make each other happy
Oh, we can make each other happy
Oh, we can make each other happy
We can make each other happy, oh
You can climb a mountain, you can swim the sea
You can jump into the fire but you'll never be free, no no
You can shake me up, I can break you down
Oh, oh
Oh, oh
Oh, oh
We can make each other happy
We can make each other happy
We can make each other happy
We can make each other happy
Aah

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jump_into_the_Fire

4 months, 3 weeks ago

Inside Freemason Luciferian HQ in Washington DC

11 months ago

KAA'BA-KAB'ALLAH-MERKABA-IAKUB-YAKUB-JACOB-JAH KUBUS
The Ka and the Ba.
What does ka mean in Egypt?
Ka, in ancient Egyptian religion, with the ba and the akh, a principal aspect of the soul of a human being or of a god. The exact significance of the ka remains a matter of controversy, chiefly for lack of an Egyptian definition; the usual translation, “double,” is incorrect.
What does BA mean in Egypt?
The ancient Egyptians believed each person was made up of five distinct parts - the physical body, the Ba, the Ka, the Name, and the Shadow.
Akh: The physical body was called the Akh. The Akh was most often used to mean a complete person, whether living or dead.

1 year, 5 months ago