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On 12 January 2016, A man builds a temple for LUCIFER located in a rural area of Montenegro, quindio, Colombia . These are the photos of your architecture and structure.Watch as you see all the Satanic symbols we see every where in the media watch as I prove how the secret societies believe in the same thing as the Freemasons!

If you still doubt the connection of these symbols to Satanism after seeing this, then you are really blind.


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Abandoned House #1 (Middle of the woods) – West Columbia, SC

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This house was found in the middle in the woods while me and my friends were wondering around in West Columbia, SC. People have already ransacked the whole place and torn it apart, now broken and fading quickly to mother nature, abandoned, but not forgotten.

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NEW Lucifer Church Opens in Columbia( DEVIL CHURCH )

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In a country where the majority confess to be either Catholic or Christian, the idea of a temple dedicated to the devil is blasphemous at best. Yet despite much criticism, a self-proclaimed sorcerer has made it real in Montenegro, a town in the Colombian department of Quindío. [2] While the “Luciferian Seeds of Light Temple” has a legal status under the Colombian law, authorities are looking into the activities that are carried out in the temple.
Moreover, Carlos Eduardo Osorio, governor of Quindío, and the archbishop of nearby Armenia, Pablo Emiro Salas, emphasized that the cult should recognize that satanism is prohibited under the national Constitution. Rozo responded to the argument, stating that his object of worship is Lucifer, the angel expelled from heaven, not Satan. Catholicism had been the official religion of Colombia since the Spanish colonization until the constitutional reform in 1991. Ever since Catholicism remained the main religion of the nation, the presence of the satanic temple is causing a major commotion among Colombians. [1] According to Quindío’s Governor Carlos Eduardo Osorio and Archbishop Pablo Emiro Salas of nearby Armenia, the satanic cult should recognize that Satanism is prohibited under the national constitution. But cult leader Victor Damian Razo aka Hector Londoño Villegas, who built the temple in Montenegro, insisted he’s not practicing Satanism, Latin Correspondent noted. [2] During his interview with Colombian magazine Semana, Rozo explained that his object of worship is Lucifer, the angel expelled from heaven, and not Satan. That newspaper further stated that he contradicts himself, as Rozo has been witnessed making sacrifices, such as those seen during his first appearance on local channel Televisa. [2] He also detailed that he built the temple, which reportedly cost $200,000 (400 million Colombian pesos), through the financial help of multiple sponsors abroad. [2] [7] Rozo says that he is rich, well travelled and that he has received lots of contributions, although he later added that he doesn’t know exactly where the money comes from. [2] Rozo further revealed that his first follower was his wife, Yeimi Florez. He also explained why he believed that worshipping Lucifer is an “act of rebellion.” “I can conceive of itself as an act of rebellion, but we have the freedom to discover the reality, the truth,” Rozo said. “We are not Satanists. [We] do not worship the devil. [We] worship an angel named Lucifer, which was initially conceived as an angel of light, love and peace.” Rozo also shed some light regarding the four inverted crosses in his temple. While the symbolism of crosses is sacred for the Catholics, he claimed that the inverted crosses denote opposition for them.


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On 12 January 2016, A man builds a temple for LUCIFER located in a rural area of Montenegro, quindio, Colombia . These are the photos of your architecture and structure.Watch as you see all the Satanic symbols we see every where in the media watch as I prove how the secret societies believe in the same thing as the Freemasons!

If you still doubt the connection of these symbols to Satanism after seeing this, then you are really blind. ‪


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James Taylor and Lowcountry Voices: “Shed a Little Light,” Columbia SC

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on 7/29/15 in Columbia SC, James was joined onstage by Charleston choir Lowcountry Voices. Together, they sang “Shed a Little Light” in memory of the victims of the Charleston shooting and their families. The entire audience stood in support. #CharlestonStrong

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Location: Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, SC

Home Movies: Alaska; British Columbia 221799-01 | Footage Farm

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[1940s / 1950s – Color, Home Movies: Alaska; British Columbia; Yukon. Tourists & Riverboats, etc.]
Brief: town on riverbank; view of inland passage from hilltop. CU orange flowers, red flowers panned. Others.
12:01:37 Brief: mountains; dark tree trunk; water fall in canyon of stream, tilt down to rocks & CU water; tilt up. Upper view & tilt down. CU green tree leaves.
12:02:53 1899 City Hall w/ sign Camp Skagway No. 1. Letters of driftwood: A B on front. Pan to Liquor store & Golden North Hotel.
12:03:14 High Angle / HA from above Skagway, tilt up across buildings to river & mountains beyond.
12:03:25 Men loading / moving planks & beams on railroad flatcar on dock.
12:03:48 Coastline & islands from ship on Inland Passage. Good seagull in flight. Passengers in deck chairs; snow-capped mountains & forests.
12:05:32 CU wild flowers; log cabin w/ large moose antlers over gate. US & Canadian flags on poles on hillside. Mountains. Log cabin. Tidal flats. River w/ mountains behind. Docked unidentified river boat w/ men seen on upper deck. Sign: Ben-My-Chree (British Columbia, Canada). Small rusted wood burning (?) railroad engine w/ riverboat behind.
12:07:03 LS of small village w/ log buildings & small white church. Carved animal (?); curving dock. Riverboat docked above / below steel girder bridge. Two small children w/ cat; another boy walks up.
12:07:27 Two women in cemetery. View along wide river (?) w/ clothes on line. Man posing in front of White Pass railroad engine. MCU SS Tutshi riverboat w/ tourists getting off.
12:07:49 Tourists on railroad station platform beside passenger cars. First Nation children pose in buckskins.
12:08:01 LS Long steam train of passenger cars on railroad along lake at foot of mountains. Passengers off at platform sign: White Pass & Yukon ?? Inspiration Point, Alaska, tilt up mountains. LS of railroad up mountain & lake or coast in background. MS White Pass locomotive w/ steam. Avalanche protection above tracks. POV from moving train w/ river in canyon bottom.
12:09:07 Skagway (?) town w/ buildings lining street, pan across movie theater & storefronts w/ canvas awnings. Cars parked along street. Houses w/ mountains behind; flowers. CU sign: Fresh Eggs 95¢ Doz.
12:10:01 LS lake (?) w/ excursion boat docked & mountains behind; CU warehouse (?) on pilings. Mt peaks.
12:10:22 High Angle / HA view of small town at foot of mountains. Lake (?) w/ breakwater (?). POV from boat on water & snow covered mountains w/ clouds. Sunset.
12:12:02 MS end of freshly painted cannery: Superior Packing Co. Tenakee (sign).
12:12:08 HA down onto tug & then view along elevated walkway to shore & along cabins at edge of hillside forest. View from ship docked next to Packing Company (?) buildings .
12:12:23 View across lake or inlet w/ two men in small rowboat. View down onto men on fishing boat. Views to shore & cannery (?), docks & village from approaching ship. Passing island & Inland Passage coastline & markers; fishing boats.
12:13:48 Two young girls / twins in bright red coats & w/ red ribbons in braided hair by ship’s rail. Islands & coastal scenics shots. Passing fishing boat; islands.
Vacations; Travel; Tourists; Recreation; Scenics; Retirement; Transportation;
NOTE: SS Tutshi 1917 – 1955 had keel rather than flatbottom & served on Southern Lakes (Tagish & Atlin) next to Carcross, Yukon.
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2018 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration

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The 2018 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration was held Thursday, January 11, 2018, from 7 a.m.–8:45 a.m. at the Holiday Inn Expo Center. Each year, the Celebration brings people together from throughout our community to share breakfast and a special program honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The theme for this year was “Forward in Unity: Embracing Our Beloved Community.” The program included performances representing the rich diversity of our community and live music at the breakfast, followed by the presentation of the 21st annual Columbia Values Diversity Awards. The keynote speaker was Kevin Powell, writer, humanitarian, and President of BK Nation.


Signature Sponsors

City of Columbia Parks & Recreation
City of Columbia Public Works
City of Columbia Utilities
Shelter Insurance

Champions of Diversity

Columbia College
Commerce Bank
Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital
Holiday Inn Expo Center
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel, Boonville
KOMU and Mid-Missouri CW
McDonald’s Restaurants of Columbia
Missouri Employers Mutual
NewsTalk 1400 KFRU, 102.3 KBXR, and Q106.1
University of Missouri Division of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity
University of Missouri Office of the Chancellor
University of Missouri System President’s Office
Veterans United Home Loans

Advocates of Diversity

Boone County Democratic Central Committee
Boone Electric Cooperative
Boys and Girls Clubs of Columbia
Central Bank of Boone County
Convention and Visitors Bureau
First Christian Church
Human Rights Commission
Landmark Bank
Missouri Credit Union
Mizzou Athletics
MU Health Care
MU School of Medicine
Quaker Oats
Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business
Second Missionary Baptist Church

Friends of Diversity

Advanced Vision
Baha’i Faith of Columbia
Boone-Central Title Co.
Boone County Family Resources
Columbia Board of REALTORS
Columbia/Boone County Department of Public
Health & Human Services
Columbia Chamber of Commerce
Columbia Housing Authority
Columbia Interpreting Services
Congregation Beth Shalom
Daniel Boone Regional Library
Family Health Center
First Chance for Children
Fun City Youth Academy
Harper, Evans, Wade & Netemeyer
Heart of Missouri United Way
Hindu Temple & Community Center (Shanthi Mandir)
Job Point
Mid-Missouri Legal Services Corp.
Nora Stewart Early Learning Center
RE/MAX Boone Realty
Salvation Army
University of Missouri Office of Graduate Studies
Woodcrest Chapel

Burnaby British Columbia Church For Sale

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Prime Burnaby North location 10,000 sq ft building with a 44,000 sq ft lot, one acre with a three level house included thete is two santuaries one can hold 300 seats the other can hold 150 building has kitchen and lots of parking. Zoned P1 call Rav or Leonardo

When Congress Taxed Churches: Religion & Politics in the District of Columbia After the Civil War

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Sarah Barringer Gordon presented the annual Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History Maguire Lecture titled “When Congress Taxed Churches: Religion and Politics in the District of Columbia After the Civil War.” In 1874, Congress imposed taxes on all religious property in the District of Columbia. Other jurisdictions also debated taxing churches and some did, including Missouri and California. This lecture explores why imposing taxes on all religious property in the District of Columbia seemed like a good idea to many religious and political thinkers in the 1870s, and how the backlash against them created the extraordinarily deferential system that has only increased exemptions over the past 145 years. Gordon’s talk was a culmination of four months of research in Library’s collections for her upcoming book tentatively titled “Freedom’s Holy Light: Disestablishment in America, 1776-1876.”

Speaker Biography: Sarah “Sally” Barringer Gordon held the Maguire Chair at the Library’s John W. Kluge Center in 2017 and is Arlin M. Adams professor of Congressional law and professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania. She is well known for her work on religion in American public life and the law of church and state, especially the ways that religious liberty developed over the course of American national history.

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Bridal Processional – Boyce Chapel, First Baptist Church Columbia, South Carolina

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Amy and Bryan’s bridal processional filmed at the historic Boyce Chapel of First Baptist Church in Columbia, SC

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