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The Script: Everybody Goes to Hell

The bible may be viewed as a compendium of all of the scripts necessary to ensure that all participants are correctly following their scripted cues and paths to breakdown and eventually hell. At the time of stonehenge the bible may have been little more than headlines; each individual stonehenge structure would have represented a name of a book of the bible. Nothing else, at the time, was necessary. Those people were born, raised, grew up, lived, worked, and died (entered the days long meditative state allowing them to be delivered to the geographical region of hell) according to the route of their life mapped on their particular position in the stonehenge circle. When the roles and positions of stonehenge became insufficient to effectively model the population, and when the time honored lies and explanation were insufficient to terminate all queries and challenges, then the roles and positions of stonehenge were divided, rearranged, and redistributed in a fashion modelled by Woodhenge. The time of Woodhenge features the books of the bible approaching pages each. A sufficient amount of time within the practice of the Woodhenge system, operationally moving from the single city Ninevah model to the doubly matched clinical trial cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, then the pages of cues to track and account the roles and positions become increasingly complex.

The modern day compendium of scripture is the final result of thousands of years of CVS/GIT (technical computer programming reference) style maintainence of the interrelationships of dominant cues, subservient cues, responses to cues, prescribed actions and rituals, and ultimately end of life results of lineages of cues. Scripture does not actually dictate that everybody must go to hell; scripture only tracks the lineages and routes of idiocies and mistakes, poor decisions made in the pursuit of money, which have been practiced as tradition for those thousands of years.

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