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May 2012 Blog Posts (8)

To Be A Slave Is To Consent To Enslavement

By Chief Elder Osiris
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Ok, let me share this with you beloved, and I will share it in the most simplest way I know how, and that is, share the Divine truth without intent to debate it, because such a Divine value to Life, is to be Profoundly reasoned when in clarification to…
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Added by OSIRIS AKKEBALA on May 29, 2012 at 1:27pm — No Comments

Inside The Revolution Issue 1. Vol. 1

Studio Report:



Paul D'Adamo officially started tracking his forthcoming release Rawfully Organic. The album will consist of only 3 musicians this time. Paul on Vocals, Keyboards, & Percussion, Chris Remediani on Guitar, Bass & Background Vocals, and Bob Romans on Chapman…

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ARE YOU GOING TO RELEASE ME OR WHAT I AM INNOCENT

 








We will be doing a new nonprofit organization for Davontae Sanford,which is under construction at the moment. It would be greatly appreciated that only people who are truly interested in the release of Davontae who is an innocent…

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