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Christogram - Symbol for Christian Church

Type: Image (jpg)

Submitter: [anonymous]

Category: Nature

exhibition Date: 2018-05-07 10:50:09 MST

Last Update: 2018-05-08 11:02:21 MST

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A Christogram (Latin Monogramma Christ) is a monogram or combination of letters that forms an abbreviation for the name of Jesus Christ, traditionally used as a religious symbol within the Christian Church.

One of the oldest Christograms is the Chi-Rho. It consists of the superimposed Greek letters chi (Χ) and rho (Ρ), which are the first two letters of Greek χριστός "Christ"

Jesus said, "Blessed is he who came into being before he came into being. If you
become my disciples and listen to my words, these stones will minister to you. For there
are five trees for you in Paradise which remain undisturbed summer and winter and
whose leaves do not fall. Whoever becomes acquainted with them will not experience
death."

DMT is the spirit Molecule & Trees which contain it sacred. Along with all other psychedelic plants, which can assist in achieving enlightenment.

(45) Jesus said, "Grapes are not harvested from thorns, nor are figs gathered from thistles,
for they do not produce fruit. A good man brings forth good from his storehouse; an evil
man brings forth evil things from his evil storehouse, which is in his heart, and says evil
things. For out of the abundance of the heart he brings forth evil things."

War on Drugs is evil & immoral, designed to turn people against each other and keep people docIile. As well as promote organized crime.

http://limitlessnexus.com/_exhibitions/927_Lost_Gospel_of_Thomas.pdf

Keywords: Christianity DMT freedom Jesus golden rule Libertarian Christian Church

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