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My Inaugural Address At The Great White Throne Judgment Of The Dead

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My Inaugural Address at the Great White Throne Judgment of the DeadAlvin Miller OF CONTENTSPreface 'Armageddon outta here!' - Bruce AlmightyImportant note: Read my 1986 book (at before you read this.
What follows is a rough draft transcript (subject to change when I actually give it) of my inaugural address (presumably in Washington, D.C.?) before global television at the Great White Throne Judgment of the Dead, after I have raptured out billions! - corpses laying on the ground - a fairy dump - rabbits running in the ditch. Feel free to believe what I've set down here are the ravings of a madman, because that is precisely what they are! I have assembled this book in a series of vignettes. Norman O. Brown, my mentor, used a similar technique. You'll find I use terminology that may seem alien to Christianity: ghosts, wizards, witches and fairies. Part of the problem that the King James Bible mistranslated the word sorcery referring to potions. This is strictly adult material. This is off limits to children, and this means you. If your jaw didn't drop when you read my 1986 booklet, I 1000% guarantee it will drop now! () I repeat my annoyance at you 'Christians' who have repeatedly attacked my site. Jesus prophesied that all prophets must get stoned. Your scurrilous, underhanded attacks prove what you really are – Pharisees who observe the letter of the Law, but not the Spirit. You are shortly going to be rewarded by your Master for your faithful service! Get a life and stop giving me trouble! You know that if you faced me in a one on one debate, I would wipe you out! If you are angry at what I say, simply vent at my guestbook with specific criticisms. You may feel this is a spoof or hoax and laugh. You think I'm kidding, but I'm not! So, finally, it all begins next page! MY INAUGURAL ADDRESS AT THE GREAT WHITE THRONE JUDGMENT OF THE DEADIntroducing Myself(The time is midnight E.S.T. I stand before global television to explain my rapturing out billions. I made the broadcast at the midnight hour ‭(‬a time of special insight for Christians‭)‬ to help prevent the possibility that any children would see this, although in different time zones around the world children are up). Good evening ladies and gentlemen. I'm addressing you from Washington, D.C., the political capital of Hell. I have descended here to the pit of Hell to address you. Before I begin, I want to insist that no children view this broadcast. This is off limits to anyone under 12 years old. Leave the room, and go to bed! You will find that I talk fast, that I change the subject frequently, and in general it will come across as incoherent gibberish. You'll wake up tomorrow morning and go 'what did he say?' ...

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