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Marnie Simpson is the exact same life force as the Battle of Hastings
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If Marnie Simpson, from the British reality TV show Geordie Shore, is how God is weaker than the universe, the universe is how God is better than Marnie Simpson: of course however, "how" God is better than Marnie Simpson is not God being better than Marnie Simpson.

The opposite, of God not being better than Marnie Simpson is God being lesser than Marnie Simpson. And if the universe is God being lesser than Marnie Simpson, the universe is the source of the universe being lesser than Marnie Simpson: the source of the universe is power, which seems fair enough, which overall makes the absence of power power being less than Marnie Simpson.

When the absence of power, is power being the absence of power than Marnie Simpson, Marnie Simpson is power not being the absence of power than the absence of power. The absence of power than the absence of power is absence than absence, and absence than absence is not than absence - not than absence is than.

So what could it mean, if Marnie Simpson is power not being than?

Not being than is than being. Than being is not being, and not being is being being - Marnie Simpson is power being being, which also makes Marnie Simpson power being power.

Power is hierarchy: hierarchy being hierarchy is not being hierarchy, and not being hierarchy means the same as being equality - being equality means being balance.

Being balance is being a consistency. Being a consistency is the consistency of nothing - the consistency of nothing is the consistency of chaos.

The consistency of chaos, is the chaos of chaos; the chaos of chaos is chaos that belongs to chaos, and a chaos that belongs to chaos is the equivalent of a stability that can't belong to stability.

A stability, which doesn't belong to stability is a stability which can belong to chaos - the ability of chaos to create stability.

Chaos is the lack of repetition. The lack of repetition is the lack of history, and the lack of history is the lack of reference - the lack of reference is the lack of deference, and the lack of deference is the lack of leadership.

Stability is symmetry. Symmetry is history, and history is change: change is reality to magic.

Marnie Simpson is reality to reality that creates reality to magic: reality to reality is not to reality, and not to reality is to magic.

To magic is magic not to. Magic not to is oppressed magic.

Reality to magic is not to magic, and not to magic is to reality: to reality is reality not to, and reality not to is oppressed reality.

Because magic is already oppressed, reality can't possess the identity of "oppressed reality". As a result, oppressed reality must be changed to free reality.

Marnie Simpson is an oppressed magic that creates a free reality, which means that Marnie Simpson is an unfree freedom which is before a free restriction - a limitation which is before a freedom.

A limitation, that's before a freedom is a freedom that can't be before a limitation - a freedom that is forced to be after a limitation is freedom being the force of after limitation.

After limitation is before magic.

The force before magic is reality; thus, when magic is real before magic, reality is magic after reality.

Reality that's magic after reality is the real version of magic that's after reality.

Real version is not version.

Universal of magic is normal from magic.

Marnie Simpson is a reality from magic that's before magic.

Marnie Simpson is an example of magic that exists before magic has the actual ability to exist.

Marnie Simpson and the Battle of Hastings are the history of the very same life force.

Don't watch Geordie Shore, but I like Marnie Simpson very much.

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