Random Peacock Quote

“A Wise Man Seeks True Knowledge, and a Man of Good Understanding Searches Out the Truths concerning all Important Subjects; but, an Ignorant Fool only Studies his own Face in the Mirror, looking for the Beauty of it, as if he made it; or, as if his Mother Created it, for which he Imagines that he should be very Proud of it, instead of only being Thankful to God for it: beCause he could have been Born in that very Ugly Body over there in the Land of Idiots, where they Smoke Weeds, and Eat with Dogs and Hogs.”&

— Ray Walter Swangkee
Rating: 
Diamond (EXTREMELY GOOD)

The CONTROVERSIES of the Three COWARDS (A Tale of Shame)

Alternate Titles: 
A Tale of Shame by the White Cow with a Red Face
A Tale of Shame by the Black Cow with a White Face
A Tale of Shame by the Red Cow with a Black Face

The Three Cowards are Representative of X-amount of Spiritually Weak People, who cannot make up their Minds concerning all Kinds of Subjects, whose Arguments could probably go on and on for ever and ever; but, this Inspired Booklet Boils it all down to the Bottom Line, which is the MARK of the Beast, if the Masses of People Reject the Great Truths that are Revealed within this Unique Booklet. Therefore, do yourself, your Friends, your Relatives, your Neighbors, and whomever might be Interested in Avoiding that Mark of the Beast, a Great Favor, and SHARE this Information with them: beCause they might Desire to Escape from it all, just by Exercising their DUMBmocracy, which should Speak up for them! Indeed, if it does not Speak for them, they will be Branded with the Mark of the Beast, whereby they cannot Buy nor Sell anything without it!

Cover Image: 

3 Cobs of Sweet Swangkee Yellow Corn

3 Cobs of Sweet Swangkee Yellow Corn

Each Cob Represents a Spiritual Coward with a Multitude of Opinions 

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“O my Son, a Great Controversy is Brewing in the Forest among the Trees, and in the Fields, between 3 Spiritual Cowards, who cannot make up their Minds.” — A Proverb of the Peacock

"O my Spiritual Daughter, the Controversies of the 3 Spiritual Cowards are Based on Ignorance, Religious Superstitions, and PRIDE. Therefore, Humble yourself, Educate yourself, and Learn the Truth about the Master Plan of the Master Farmer." — Another Proverb of the Peacock