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  • Sam vastated them, as Swedenborg says they do with them in the other world, until he left little but a dark, unsavory void, in souls, supposed by their owners to be stored up, like a warehouse, with rich bales of heavenly merchandise.

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  • Yesterday's quakes occur-red almost three months after a 7. 9-intensity earthquake de-vastated Padang, killing 1,117 people.

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  • I saw which divided the ranks of Gog Living Garment of Light and the il - city structures of Light, from below how portions of the earth were de - into 'Gog and Magog,' as the war luminaries who could work directly the oceans and from the heavens, vastated by wars upon the planet. of reckoning went into its final with human intelligence. will be revealed at a time when the 112 The B'nai Or assembled in phase.

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  • I get waves of sadness, not for me but for them, all mangled and devastated. I'd give anything for them to be vastated again.

    From 'Vernon God Little' by D B C Pierre.

    November 1, 2008