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St. Lucy is one of the earliest Christian Saints, known as a virgin and martyr to history, and a female version of Prince Siddhartha when she gave up her wealth and influences to become nun-like. Her immovable convictions have been portrayed as a divine influence which protected her against Roman persecution, from her punishment in a brothel to being burned alive. As a result of her divinely protected body, the Romans had her stabbed in the neck, severing the head symbolically, and her eyes plucked out, severing the connection between the eyes and the soul. She thus became the patron of virgins, or those who are purified, and the blind.

In the new Nun II movie, the demon is hunting down Lucy’s descendants and searching for her eyes, which have become a religious relic, because they have the power to turn whomever possesses them into an angelic being. This is a psychological process, too, occurring in the body with our passions and emotions. When they get too close to the head temple and gateway of the soul, our eyes, they can use the body and brain to cause havoc.

Interestingly, the Nun II is the number one grossing movie. Parallel to this movie is what was the top music video in the country, but as of now sits at number three, and that is Doja Cat’s ‘Paint The Town Red’. In the song she removes her eye to visit the underworld and perform an abortion as a sacrament to the Devil. She also encourages feral behaviors in general. The removal of an eye to reach the underworld is directly out of ancient Egypt, a theme Katy Perry also used in ‘Dark Horse’. It is further found in Japanese and Scandinavian mythology with Izanagi and Odin respectively.


St. Lucy is one of the earliest Christian Saints, known as a virgin and martyr to history, and a female version of Prince Siddhartha when she gave up her wealth and influences to become nun-like. Her immovable convictions have been portrayed as a divine influence which protected her against Roman persecution, from her punishment in a brothel to being burned alive. As a result of her divinely protected body, the Romans had her stabbed in the neck, severing the head symbolically, and her eyes plucked out, severing the connection between the eyes and the soul. She thus became the patron of virgins, or those who are purified, and the blind.

In the new Nun II movie, the demon is hunting down Lucy’s descendants and searching for her eyes, which have become a religious relic, because they have the power to turn whomever possesses them into an angelic being. This is a psychological process, too, occurring in the body with our passions and emotions. When they get too close to the head temple and gateway of the soul, our eyes, they can use the body and brain to cause havoc.

Interestingly, the Nun II is the number one grossing movie. Parallel to this movie is what was the top music video in the country, but as of now sits at number three, and that is Doja Cat’s ‘Paint The Town Red’. In the song she removes her eye to visit the underworld and perform an abortion as a sacrament to the Devil. She also encourages feral behaviors in general. The removal of an eye to reach the underworld is directly out of ancient Egypt, a theme Katy Perry also used in ‘Dark Horse’. It is further found in Japanese and Scandinavian mythology with Izanagi and Odin respectively.

Some people choose to pluck out their own eyes to these facts, and in not looking become ignorant. However, they also try to force other people, like Birdbox, to look away from the divine and see the demonic.
St. Lucy is one of the earliest Christian Saints, known as a virgin and martyr to history, and a female version of Prince Siddhartha when she gave up her wealth and influences to become nun-like. Her immovable convictions have been portrayed as a divine influence which protected her against Roman persecution, from her punishment in a brothel to being burned alive. As a result of her divinely protected body, the Romans had her stabbed in the neck, severing the head symbolically, and her eyes plucked out, severing the connection between the eyes and the soul. She thus became the patron of virgins, or those who are purified, and the blind. In the new Nun II movie, the demon is hunting down Lucy’s descendants and searching for her eyes, which have become a religious relic, because they have the power to turn whomever possesses them into an angelic being. This is a psychological process, too, occurring in the body with our passions and emotions. When they get too close to the head temple and gateway of the soul, our eyes, they can use the body and brain to cause havoc. Interestingly, the Nun II is the number one grossing movie. Parallel to this movie is what was the top music video in the country, but as of now sits at number three, and that is Doja Cat’s ‘Paint The Town Red’. In the song she removes her eye to visit the underworld and perform an abortion as a sacrament to the Devil. She also encourages feral behaviors in general. The removal of an eye to reach the underworld is directly out of ancient Egypt, a theme Katy Perry also used in ‘Dark Horse’. It is further found in Japanese and Scandinavian mythology with Izanagi and Odin respectively. St. Lucy is one of the earliest Christian Saints, known as a virgin and martyr to history, and a female version of Prince Siddhartha when she gave up her wealth and influences to become nun-like. Her immovable convictions have been portrayed as a divine influence which protected her against Roman persecution, from her punishment in a brothel to being burned alive. As a result of her divinely protected body, the Romans had her stabbed in the neck, severing the head symbolically, and her eyes plucked out, severing the connection between the eyes and the soul. She thus became the patron of virgins, or those who are purified, and the blind. In the new Nun II movie, the demon is hunting down Lucy’s descendants and searching for her eyes, which have become a religious relic, because they have the power to turn whomever possesses them into an angelic being. This is a psychological process, too, occurring in the body with our passions and emotions. When they get too close to the head temple and gateway of the soul, our eyes, they can use the body and brain to cause havoc. Interestingly, the Nun II is the number one grossing movie. Parallel to this movie is what was the top music video in the country, but as of now sits at number three, and that is Doja Cat’s ‘Paint The Town Red’. In the song she removes her eye to visit the underworld and perform an abortion as a sacrament to the Devil. She also encourages feral behaviors in general. The removal of an eye to reach the underworld is directly out of ancient Egypt, a theme Katy Perry also used in ‘Dark Horse’. It is further found in Japanese and Scandinavian mythology with Izanagi and Odin respectively. Some people choose to pluck out their own eyes to these facts, and in not looking become ignorant. However, they also try to force other people, like Birdbox, to look away from the divine and see the demonic. leer más leer menos

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