TESTEMUNHE O FIM! A Warner divulgou um novo pôster para It: A Coisa 2 protagonizado pelo Pennywise. De quebra, anunciou que amanhã chega o trailer final da produção.
It: A Coisa 2 tem previsão de estreia para 6 de setembro.
✔کشف سنگی عجیب که با کشیدن سنگ بر روی آن از هر قسمت آن صوتی متفاوت شنیده میشود. برخی کارشناسان آن را ساخته دست بشر میدانند و برخی هم معتقدند پای موجودات فرازمینی در میان است. نظر شما چیست؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟ The discovery of a strange rock that is heard by pulling a rock on it from every part of that sound.
حقایق و اسرار موجودات فرازمینی در پیچ ایکس ماورا 👇
ویدیوهای محرمانه و تکان دهنده دیگرو از دست ندید 👇
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I fuckin worship Rob Zombie and this is hysterical 👹 I’m officially dead 💀
Posted at: 2019-07-17 21:10:44
The Cult of David Koresh
David Koresh, born Vernon Wayne Howell, believed that he was the final prophet of the Branch Davidians religious movement.
The Branch Davidians, founded by Ben Roden, worshiped at a compound known as Mount Carmel near Waco, TX. Upon Ben Roden’s death, his wife, Lois, became leader of the church as the group’s prophetess.
Lois’s son, George Roden, considered himself to be the rightful heir to Mount Carmel, but Koresh had other plans. It’s believed that Koresh, in his late 20s at the time, had a sexual relationship with Lois Roden, despite the fact that she was in her late 60s. Koresh claimed that God told him to have a child with Lois, an idea that upset George Roden.
After mounting tensions, Roden forced Koresh and his devoted followers off Mount Carmel at gunpoint.
Roden later challenged Koresh to a contest - whichever man could raise the dead would become the leader of the Branch Davidians. Roden even exhumed a body with which the contest would take place and Koresh went to alert authorities, leading to Roden’s later arrest and Koresh’s takeover of the Davidians.
Koresh led for 3 years, during which he encouraged marriage to underage girls and had sex with his 14-year-old wife and her 13-year-old sister.
On February 28, 1993, the ATF raided the compound after hearing that Koresh was abusing children and stockpiling weapons, leading to a 51-day siege on the compound.
During the siege, 21 children were released from Mount Carmel into FBI custody where it was revealed that the children had long been abused. Attorney General Janet Reno then approved the FBI’s request to mount an assault.
On April 19, the FBI attacked. They blew holes in the sides of the buildings and threw in tear gas. When Branch members fired upon the agents, the FBI responded with grenades and more tear gas.
A few hours later, fires broke out throughout the compound and an explosion occurred.
Only 9 of the Davidians escaped the fire, however 76 people, including 5 children, died within the walls as a result of smoke inhalation, burns, gunshots or stabbing.
At the end of the Waco siege, David Koresh had been found dead, apparently by suicide.