This is an interesting story that came together for me with the help of other Christians concerning the 2012 Mayan Crystal Skull Ceremonies and the meteor strikes at the Great Serpent Mound One year to the date of the Crystal Skull Ceremony conducted on that site. What is of interest is that 2 people perished. I find it very interesting in my view that a blood sacrifice occurs one year following the awakening ceremony.
This story is very strange because The Ohio Serpent Mound was the Site of a very interesting Mayan Ceremony that was conducted to awaken the Earth energy of this site.
What a crazy number of strange events occurring at this site. What will happen next? Here is an out take from The Satanic Calendar for October:
22 – 29 Sacrifice preparation: kidnapping, holding and ceremonial preparation of person for human sacrifice.
28 – 30 Satanist high unholy days: Related to halloween. Human sacrifices.
31 All hallow’s Eve (Halloween): One of the two most important nights of the year. Attempts are made to break the bond which is keeping the doors to the underworld closed. Blood and sexual rituals. Sexual association with demons. Animal and human sacrifice – male or female.
September 28, 2013
Ohioans were dazzled by a bright flash of blue light in the night sky on September 27, 2013, in southern Ohio around 11:30 p.m., eastern standard time. Could it have been a meteorite or a satellite predicted to crash to earth on Friday?
A fireball reportedly hit near a home in northern Adams County, Ohio, a few miles outside the city of Peebles causing a house fire. Those reports are unconfirmed. The six alarm fire left fireman battling the blaze into the early hours of the morning. It is unknown at this time if the residents made it out safely.
A neighbor said the meteor crossed over the city and hit near the Locust Grove Cemetery just four miles from the Great Serpent Effigy Mound. In recent years, a crop circle appeared overnight in an adjacent field from the Serpent Mound grounds and thousands of years…
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