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People, such as Mr. Itsarap (pictured), across the community remember and mourn the life lived in the few seconds of Dr. Greenlove's out of body experience.

People, such as Mr. Itsarap (pictured), across the community remember and mourn the life lived in the few seconds of Dr. Greenlove’s out of body experience.

The folks at multikulti are unraveling the greatest conspiracy of all time, and by that we do not mean what the CIA is actually funding with the cohesion of corporate warfare but the metaphysical question on our projection of reality. Through careful meditation Dr. Greenlove was able to leave his body for what we observed to be a few seconds. He awoke and told us a story of a life he lived as a chicken named Ted. He said, “as Ted I found refuge in the fight against snakes eating her eggs and then regurgitating them back in her nest.” She learned that by nesting female snake eggs after sacrificing the mother snake to the goddess of Minoan that the baby snakes learned to look up, respect and worship Ted. Before long Ted realized her power to change circumstance through the gift of love and eating the right mushrooms. Although Ted lived a short life. She was dancing when a racoon leaped over the hill and next thing Ted remembers is looking at a galaxy in fast motion dancing in the way that Ted reckons she danced, in fast motion, before witnessing an implosion at the center of the galaxy that sucked everything back into nothing. Then Ted witnessed the presence of the supreme cock. Dr. Greenlove awoke and uttered “I think I see, therefore, I’m not what is, is what I think.” Multikulti confirmed from this experience that is, is not what is, is is but is is what think is, is what becometh. And as such, our reality is just a mirrored reflection of our inner reality omni-present in the mind of our liking or as some would think: the dyslexic Egyptian pharaoh owner of a feral named Dog.

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