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Konchog1
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Possession

Postby Konchog1 » Fri Mar 02, 2012 12:55 am

I read in the paper that a woman with two daughters was suffering from burning pain in her stomach and back, headaches, and anxiety. So Valentines Day, she buys her daughters some presents and the next day she drowns them. Everyone that knew her is stunned by her odd behavior so I was wondering Namdrol, do you think this is a case of possession? By Gyalpo?
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Re: Possession

Postby Malcolm » Fri Mar 02, 2012 6:34 am

Konchog1 wrote:I read in the paper that a woman with two daughters was suffering from burning pain in her stomach and back, headaches, and anxiety. So Valentines Day, she buys her daughters some presents and the next day she drowns them. Everyone that knew her is stunned by her odd behavior so I was wondering Namdrol, do you think this is a case of possession? By Gyalpo?



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