The Case of Dr. Fian (Jack Carves Up a Pumpkin)

Reply Mon 27 Jun, 2022 05:32 pm
Dr. Fian, was a servant of Irish Catholic kinship, to King James V of Scotland. This was unacceptable, not through any fault of other, but merely because it was a means to an end.

Testament of courts at the time, had stated, that any presuming to claim Biblical literature, as case for suit of grievance upon estate of other, would be declaration of homosexual in plaintiff’s victory of estates, from defense, unless illiterate, then put to death.

In interests, of removing this, the claim of literate law in pursuit of false testimony of dreadful or shanty, a Charlebois, the carver, the slur for us, took upon a religious testament with every oath for profession, as a different law of courts rule, for sanctimony, in event of profession practiced, to be held under law of suit.

Dr. Fian, taking this book from Ulster, and returning to Scotland from his trek to meet the Anglican Monastics, those whose semen could power the generations of tomorrow, practiced it, inside the religious testament written for King James V.

King James, insulted he was being called a doctor, Dr. Fian’s profession, took him to question. King James, was in charge of the food, he was the Lord, and those in Scotland obeyed him, since he controlled the farmland. That, was the seat of the power, of God, the Bible, and all religion prior, the control of the food to move civilization forward and sustain it. So why would the farm, be run by a doctor?

Dr. Fian was tortured terribly, declaring his master to be Lucifer, and admitting to all manner of witchcraft and sorcery, these devilish times he lived in having betrayed him to Hell, his one succor, by his own admission.

King James, then satisfied that Dr. Fian knew who was in charge of the military, not the medical practicioners, had Dr. Fian slain, and his fellow witches, those practicing holy succumbed law, for a lawsuit in declaration of their homosexual, for listening to a child’s tale intended to prove guilt for following, that of pederasty.

King James became King James I of England, with the popularity of the case, and then published Daemonologie, a religious testament as the Anglican monk, the Charlebois, had placed it, however as stating for witchcraft each ritual of religion in profession, relegating the state to atheism.

The Moors paid the Anglican Monastics a hearty sum, freeing them from the life of being living sperm tanks for children, and gave them the statue of Christ, in the image of the Charlebois, behind the altar of the Catholic Church.

Now, you go to prison, for attempting to wage an argument in court, in plaintiff, as Batman, a comic book, written for a small child; certainly not a cause for suits of court.

Dr. Fian, thought he could trust a man, who told him that practicing medicine, gave him any power in courts at all.

Prior to his blunder, it did, but King James, the Longshanks, stands resolute, at the hunting of witches, those pederasts invoking oaths and such other demonic paradises in their mind, as cause for practicing pressure of seized estates upon innocent man of country.
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