this person is a spammer and because they have a private profile i cant block them
\uap>At 7:34am on September 14, 2018,PRECIOUS ROMEOsaid… \uadiv class="xg_user_generated">\ua
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.
May I Make A Themes Group, I would like to share themes i make/made, Also do you have a place on your site where we can advertise our websites, so we dont spam members or can I post it on my Profil page?
Hi Brother Paolo!
I read an article about Mithraism but I got a bit confused about it.
I know you are an expert on these subjects and I like to know you oppinion about it.
Here is the link to that page: www.ceisiwrserith.com/mith/whatmithisnt.htm
Thank you and bright blessings!
I have heard a great deal about you. From a Soul King. I am here to speak to you. I am on one of the seats, of the councils of the Craft. I have a great many things, to speak to you about, I am a here upon request of a friend. As I said the councils have taken notice of you. So may our first meeting be blessed by the goddess herself.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Cardea (disambiguation).
Cardea means "Goddess of Protecting the Home". In Greek mythology, Cardea was the goddess of health, thresholds and door hinges and handles, also associated with the wind. Her name comes from cardo, meaning door-pivot. She protected children against vampires and witches, and was also the benefactress of craftsmen. Her cult was important in ancient Rome, and was worshipped at the Beltane festival and during June, both of which were seen as a metaphorical "hinge" for the year. Masks, balls and figurines (oscilla) were hung from doorways or trees to encourage crop growth in reverence to her. The hawthorn tree was sacred to her.
Ovid said of Cardea, in what is apparently a religious formula, "Her power is to open what is shut; to shut what is open."
She was originally the nymph Carna until Janus gave her power over door handles and hinges and status as the protectress of children.
Hello my name is Rena I am somewhat a newer member of this site. I just wanted to drop by your page and thank you for the creation of this website and for the vision you have in its reguards. Please do not mis-understand I am in no way just sucking up, but I am a person whom believes in giving credit where credit is due.
I have searched many sites in hopes of finding one where I can truley express myself without fear of persecution and to be honest, I have not found but a small few where I really felt comfortable. I must commend you. :) Once again thank you.
Eternity aka Rena