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Know Thyself
Universal Reformer No. 0003, Oracle of Delphi, Pythia (Know Thyself, Aha Aha!)
Broomstick, acrylics, hairpiece

Mine is the Wisdom of the Ages. I hold the key to the Mysteries of Life. If you make war on the Persians, you will destroy a great empire. If you follow the Powers at hand You will Destroy the Light in thyself! Do not let them touch your DNA. Your Body is your Holy Temple. The oracle is a portal through which the gods speak directly to initiated people. It asks years of training in a Temple. And yes, The Rod of God is Sirius business! Diviiiiiine Presence. Abuse never comes from the gods. That’s the demons. One has to know the difference. Light versus Dark. Urgent! Every man is responsible for their actions. You choose. Serious work to clean the soul after thousands of years of manipulation. Katsjinggggggg! Landed On a Sacred spot. Speakin with the Gods. Your DNA is HOLY. HOLYYYYYY YYYYYYYY! The Oracle of Delphi Pythia came in my dream when I was a kid. She said, always listen to the Gods! Speak with the Gods. Daily. Sing. High priestess, Pythia, served in the sanctuary of the Greek god Apollo. Delphi was considered the center or navel of the ancient Greek world. The ancient Greeks believed that the Oracle of Delphi existed from the beginning of time, placed there by Apollo himself to tell the future as he saw it. This broom shows the truth not the lies upon lies upon lies that are laid upon you for thousands of years. The Oracle of Delphi was regarded as the most powerful woman of the Classical period. Await not in quiet the coming of the horses! The Delphic Oracle exerted considerable influence throughout Hellenic culture. Distinctively, this woman was essentially the highest authority both civilly and religiously in male-dominated ancient Greece. She responded to the questions of citizens, foreigners, kings, and philosophers on issues of political impact, war, duty, crime, family, laws—even personal issues The job of a priestess, especially the Pythia, was a respectable career for Greek women. Priestesses enjoyed many liberties and rewards for their social position, such as freedom from taxation, the right to own property and attend public events, a salary and housing provided by the state, a wide range of duties depending on their affiliation, and often gold crowns. I warn you, whoever you are, Oh! You who want to probe the arcana of nature, that if you do not find within yourself that which you are looking for, you shall not find it outside either! If you ignore the excellences of your own house, how do you pretend to find other excellences? Within you is hidden the treasure of treasures! Know thyself and you will know the Universe and the Gods. Sweepin all that dust from your eyes! Woosh! Woosh! YOUR DNA IS HOLY! We’ve got a Revolution