On today of all days, Amanda Bynes tweets this

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Crowley OTO Sex Magick

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Some weird people on this earth, folks.

The Eye Of Horus, Egyptian God – the original ‘horror’ story

I have listened to clip of Bill talking and he links to The Tunnels of Typhon, which is to do with the chakras and why the eye of horus is linked to access to the chakras. The anus is supposedly the eye of horus.

There is more info on the subject on Sons-of-Liber-Typhon-by-Salvatore-Tommy-Ganci-SaToGa. Just my opinion, but I think that the rape of young boys has a lot to do with immortality etc and not just the obviously perverted sex act it is. I just want to get all the smart folks doing research to kick this around, as I think it is relevant to a lot of the child abuse going on worldwide.

http://the-tap.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/child-rape-device-to-achieve-immortality.html

The Beast 666 ordains by His authority that every man, and every woman, and every intermediately-sexed individual, shall…

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Is Clinical Hypnosis an Empirically Supported Treatment For Depression?

From personal experience, I would say Hypnotherapy saved my life.

There is a large body of clinical evidence and a growing body of empirical evidence that hypnosis can contribute significantly to positive treatment results in a variety of ways (i.e., directly and indirectly) related to depression. Specifically, a considerable literature already amassed attests to the value of hypnosis as a tool of empowerment, especially important in diminishing depression.

in fact, clinical reports in professional books and scientific journals which describe symptom improvement in various disorders following the use of hypnosis routinely report a diminution of depression. These studies specifically mention depression reduction when describing positive results in treating pain, anxiety, and other physical and psychological symptoms

(Crawford & Barabasz,1993; lynch, 1999; Montgomery, Duhamel & redd, 2000; Moore & Burrows,1991;schoenberger, Kirsch, Gearan, Montgomery & pastyrnak, 1997; yapko, 1993)

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