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Town considers removing Carlisle's 'Cursing Stone'

Posted on Thursday, 3 March, 2005 | Comment icon 6 comments

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"The Cursing Stone of Carlisle was intended simply as an innocent community art project, harking back to the British city's colourful past."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Scorpius on 3 March, 2005, 21:06
Why not just uncurse it? Write some sort of ure that binds the curse itself. If you believe in the curse you'll give it strength. Thus doing more harm to you and others around you. If you think negatively you'll only bring negativety to you. It's all a psychological trick in a supernatural sense. Try some hocus pocus--or destroy it.
Comment icon #2 Posted by whoa182 on 4 March, 2005, 7:33
I couldnt believe how this story got on nation news TV in the morning... Dont we have more better things to sort out than these stupid old age myths?
Comment icon #3 Posted by Gabriel on 4 March, 2005, 18:48
y dont u all give it to some country u all dont like?
Comment icon #4 Posted by pbooth on 9 March, 2005, 17:13
From what I've read, this authentic. Curses and ley lines are not imaginary - they have been documented many times by reputable sources. They are rooted in demonic power. However, they can be broken through the blood of Jesus. I recommend that the City (or Town) of Carlisle contact a Christian organization, such as a local church, that believes in Jesus the Son of God and the authority over the devil given by Jesus to all believers. The organization should operate in the power of the Holy Spirit and should have had experience in breaking generational curses and taking authority over the power ... [More]
Comment icon #5 Posted by whoa182 on 9 March, 2005, 18:36
yeah and tooth fairys are real too
Comment icon #6 Posted by StrangeJames on 10 March, 2005, 17:03
I live near this town,and yes it has had a bit of bad luck,but thers other towns which are just as bad!

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