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<div class="quote">Flia wrote:<br />There are no angels, no heaven, and no god </div>
 
<div class="quote">Flia wrote:<br />There are no angels, no heaven, and no god </div>
Well, the Divinity Statue desacription in 3 is what says it's the "omniscient God of time and space," but I feel their get-up there is the name for the statues in 1, the ''watcher'' of time. Presumably it set the universe in motion and then just leaves it to do its thing. I mean those statues ''work'', so there must be something on the other end.
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Well, the Divinity Statue desacription in 3 is what says it's the "omniscient God of time and space," but I feel their get-out there is the name for the statues in 1, the ''watcher'' of time. Presumably it set the universe in motion and then just leaves it to do its thing. I mean those statues ''work'', so there must be something on the other end.
   
 
God sure does like being offered demon blood, mind you.
 
God sure does like being offered demon blood, mind you.

Latest revision as of 22:32, April 11, 2019

Flia wrote:
There are no angels, no heaven, and no god 

Well, the Divinity Statue desacription in 3 is what says it's the "omniscient God of time and space," but I feel their get-out there is the name for the statues in 1, the watcher of time. Presumably it set the universe in motion and then just leaves it to do its thing. I mean those statues work, so there must be something on the other end.

God sure does like being offered demon blood, mind you.

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