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Take That – SOS lyrics

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    Splitting atoms refering to nuclear bombs, and world war three. Adam and eve being the first inhabitants of the planet, and in the first book of the bible, genesis. Free your sons and daughteres from the tyranny, of no education, and making each and every next generation, more stupid than the last, referring to some being or having special abilities, for good or bad purposes, but not actually, having any idea those abilities exist. Ascention is for those who really believe we are on the verge of change, to the next level of human life moving towards the spiritual, mind control when the government use the likes of haaarp to affect the weather, produce earthquakes, haaarp uses the same frequency to affect the human mind. And whilst all this is happening, life goes on, governments doing their daily routine, defending new laws and rules that are inherantly unpopular, by telling people its for the good of the country, when in reality, nobody questions, because nobody understands the truth, whilst we wait for ww3, either that or the coming of god, ww3 and god both will destroy the planet, well all life on it. Hungry serpant refers to satan, who tempted eve, with the fruit from the tree of knowledge, this was depicted by, noticing she was nbude, once the knowledge had been gained, eve will faal asleep, relating to women, and the serpant or the devil will kill the females, we exist on a planet constantly with a bullet to our heads, slavery, introduction of nwo.
    A cry for help, from humanity. Haven't any time to do the rest.
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