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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)

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Re: Calling it porn is a bit much.
• Posted by: Matt
• Date: Thursday, August 1, 2002, at 9:13 a.m.
• IP Address: 139.134.57.153
• In Response to: Calling it porn is a bit much. (Bindner)

Ok let me statr

Ken get over it and your reatarded ways of trying to attack a faith of which you know so little, umm by the way i Love Mists of Avalon, read the book, watched the movie many times, adore the MUSic. I am of Druid descent and was initiated by my cousin into the ways of the Goddess of Avalon. I mean OMG get over it by the way alot of what you saw in Mists was based around modern Wicca and more resembles that than Ancient Druidism, whichever way you look at her worship it is beautiful and i hope she gives you all a bit of the sight, SOME OF YOU SO NEED IT. Now i am going to watch my pirated Video City copy of Mists!!!

Blessed Be




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