Popular motivational speaker, book writer and political analyst Reno Omokri recently to his official Facebook handle to talk on an idol that is claimed to be a demonic marine spirit seductress demon that he saw in a museum while he visited Santorini, Greece.
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Writing, Reno Omokri revealed the idol was the reason why he flew to Greece and also explained the chilling and sinister story behind the so called Jezebelic ah satanic marine spirit seductress demon idol. Explaining, Reno Omokri said that the idol called the Jezebelic ah satan-ic marine spirit seductress demon was overcome by Greek Orthodox Christian monks.
See the idol that Reno Omokri said was labeled as a ‘Jezebelic ah satanic marine spirit seductress demon’ in the museum below:
“By the way, this idol to my left (your right), is why I flew to Santorini. It is in their museum. It is a Jezebelic ah satanic marine spirit seductress demon, that was overcome by Greek Orthodox Christian monks. Now you know!”. Reno Omokri wrote to his followers.
Source: Reno Omokri.
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