“And God added seven degrees of violet to his sacred light.”
“Due to their poor ability to (re)adapt to the current minor shifts in the environment without high susceptibilities to skin cancers like squamous and basal cell carcinomas, melanomas and cataracts the long term affects of global warming and ozone depletion negatively impact the fair skinned moreso than those with darker pigments.“Who is evolving, we are evolving.”
What is beautiful to God? Not Nicole Kidman. Yet she is still beautiful to those whom God left abandoned. Nicole says, “I wear a lot of sunscreen. I never go in the sun.” God made light on the first day and said, “it is good.” Nicole can’t stand in that light. In the beginning was darkness.
Entertainment News provided by World Entertainment News Network (www.wenn.com)Nicole Kidman – © ddp2007-11-09 20:33:06 – Redhead NICOLE KIDMAN once suffered skin cancer on her leg and now avoids exposure to sunlight as much as possible.The fair-skinned Australian actress has medical parents – her father is a clinical psychologist and her mother is a nurse educator – and insists spending too much time in the sun is the quickest way to damage the skin.She says, “I wear a lot of sunscreen. I never go in the sun.”I’ve had one skin cancer on my leg, and I rarely get in the sun, so that just shows you. They cut it out (the cancer).”Stay out of the sun, because it is the worst thing in terms of aging. I’m very medical. I come from a medical family.”
DO WHITE PEOPLE BURN WITH SKIN CANCERS & MELANOMAS WHILE IN CHURCH?
“Yes, White Peoples Skin Burns While They Sit in Church Too. There is no refuge for them from the Sun of God.”
Seeking a cure for her burning skin, Diane Whitmire sought out her paster and asked to be bathed in her church’s Holy Water reserved for their baptismals.
And so they proceeded to bathe her in the Holy Water. Now after her bath, her skin burned more. This is because God, who already despised her hypocrisy, despised her attempt to escape His wrath against her even more.
For He sayeth:
Now what will you do in the day of punishment, And in the devastation which will come from afar? To whom will you flee for help? And where will you leave your wealth?
And the woman answered and sayeth:
We shall flee into the hills.
And God spoke saying:
Are not the hills mine also?
“Mommy why does the sunlight discriminate against us and burn our fair, white skin,” the little blonde headed girl asks.
“It is because the sunlight hates us,” her mother answered. “Based on the color of our skin, we elevated ourselves above every other race of people on the planet. We called everyone else ugly, evil and inferior. And, in our hearts, we still embrace these values today. “