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Topics: Satan, Italy

Monday, 7 November 2011

image for Satan appears in fresco in Italy!
In one of his less frightening disguises, Tony Blair was much more scary!

Satan has made a vivid comeback whilst suddenly appearing behind a flock of clouds in a fresco painted by renaissance master Giotto. Art historians are sure that Satan was not there before and only appeared recently proving that he still has a word to say about goings-on upstairs (he lives downstairs).

The last time he appeared was on a bathrooom wall in Hungary and since then he has been up to his devilish work causing a couple of tsunamis, financial disasters (Bankers are the sons and daughters of the Devil as we all know), earthquakes, volcanic outbursts, the usual, etc.

His latest appearance is obviously a sign that there is more evil to occur and religious observers from all over the planet are gathering in Rome to guess what the "Little Devil" has up his sleeve next.

A strong tip is that Greece will be delivered into the hands of the Devil with Spain following closely and shock, horror, Italy too! It seems that Signori Berlusconi has already been "tapped" by Satan and it's only a matter of time before Mount Vesuvius erupts and swallows Italy, lock, stock and Ballotelli (another Devilish demon).

God is playing it "cool", he's waiting until his opponent makes his next move whilst the Vatican is working and praying day and night that Italy will be spared and therefore Haiti get another bashing; bunch of worthless voodoo worshippers.

More as we receive it from below, 666, etc!

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