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Revolution - An evanescence story

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Publisher: evanescence art u.k.

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Summary

© 2021 Best original story. Based on real events.

In the days that Gyeruzsalaym becomes flesh and comes down to stay in this World in Human form, She is tired of so many lies and decides to no longer collude with thousands of changes that were made in the fourth century by Legion, in the Codex of the sacred scriptures.

With the power of heavenly armies at Her command and willing to restore the truth, She disassembles the Bible Codex, thus starting a global revolution of interesting and unexpected consequences. 

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