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Melania Trump's Housewife Guide to a Successful Divorce

By: John Saltz O'Huigin

If you need to get a divorce this is the way to get what you want.

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Terror! It's What's for Dinner

By: Siris Kane

Small 11 page writing on my experience with terror.

In today’s age that terror has taken up root with a new face, that of the ever infamous “Propaganda!” The campaign of the politically minded savants found in the realms of industry, government, and religion.

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The Pendragon v3 : A Short Story in the Sermon of Black

By: Siris Kane; John Saltz O'Huigin

My view on morality and the future of man.

Odd isn’t it, how a person’s morality is contingent upon their religious affiliation, confined to a one-sided fascist argument—who is better and why—all so that the most basic of realities can be ignored, in that “survival makes liars of us all.”

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The Pendragon V2 : A Short Story in the Sermon of Black

By: Siris Kane; John Saltz O'Huigin

A short story in the sermon of black, sacrifice.

Sacrifice is the moral gestation of a religious sycophant. ‘If you love me you will do as I ask.’ In truth, sacrifice has proven to be little more than insanity wrapped in a visage of compassion and empathy, delivered with all the exuberance and rationality of a crippled bird, maniacally awaiting its death.

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The Pendragon : A Short Story in the Sermon of Black

By: Siris Kane; John Saltz O'Huigin

This is a sermon designed to show the true nature of righteousness and how it effects those to whom we label as outcast.

It is said by none other than, Jesus, that we are the sheep. Interestingly, a first born sheep is called a Firstling. With this I call you back to whom it was that Abel killed, it was in fact—the firstlings. So if we are the sheep, and a firstborn sheep is called a firstling, then it only stands to reason that it was, Kane (original Sumerian spelling), who was attacked by Abel.

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The Book

By: Siris Kane; Roman Korvinus, Co-Author

(Revised on 9/2/2016) From the point of view of a hermit, a vagabond, this book uncovers and explains the The Keys of Death and Hades. The very nature of what it represents is a direct contradiction to the teachings of the last two-thousand years. Dissecting pieces from various texts and philosophies, The Book shines a light on the various faces of man, how man resides upon the Earth, and how we as a people treat one another. It is vicious at times, truthful at othe...

Thomas Jefferson posed a question, “What has been the effect of religious coercion?” His reply was, “To make half the world fools and the other half hypocrites.” Indeed, a true fool one must be to stand before this world and say, “It is our god and no other way, and all others are damned!” —what a pitiful pettiness. With revelations as this, one is all but forced to ask, “Whose god created me? Do we not dwell in the house of the Lord forever? Is this house neither...

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