What is, The Orient? Well, sir, it is not Asia. That’s the Throne. No, the Orient, is just west of Nepal, south of the Caucausus, north of the Persian Gulf, and east of Tsing, the proper name for Constantinople, now named Istanbul. If you are in the Orient, you have a class of culture, essential to understand, so you can properly view what they’ve done to you (if you are offended, by the news, regarding that area, placed within of course).
Horoscope: A horoscope, is the prime component of the Orient. It is performed by taking a language you speak, placing it through a bridge, then into a vernacular test set, with an Arabic keyphrase flipped upside down, then translated to match vernacular. This means, reading this work, will do the opposite of the work’s title, the keyphrase. The work has to be non-related, of course, to the keyphrase. Reading the keyphrase, does all the work.
Mussul: A knife fighter, required to be thin, and to eat pork, reserved only for military forces, hence the prohibition on pork in Islam, never to be called “pig”, otherwise an individual is considered homosexual, and to be exiled from Mecca, where the superior knife and marksmanship texts are found (in the Black Building).
Islam: A false religious tradition, taught to those who regard the brother practice, Judaism, as religion, or faith, instead of merely a broker’s house, doing business with merchant clans of varying levels of influence.
Muslim: An individual who applies a set of practices, with a name for each practice set, but only if they work, hence anything that doesn’t work, has no name.
Khafir: A set of practices that fails, being introduced to an enemy, as Islam, never named Horoscope, the proper name for the Orient’s set of practices.
Infidel: The act of falling in sexual bliss with an individual having successfully killed anyone from the Orient, so when they give a gift of the dead man or woman, the victim turns into a homosexual anti-alcohol movement member, even though alcohol is essential to the Arabian system, used for masturbation, dinner, espionage, the military, and civil code regarding the fatality of knife fights.