Hiperion Tenebris - Black Polar Holes Open Saturngate of the GreenblackSun on the Earth
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2.Xanino Nativo Ibero Celta Germanico
3.Visões das Trevas Imemoraveis
4.Luas Negras e Gélidas sob a Montanha Estelar
5.Culto Titânico das Pedras e Megalitos
6.Acorda Ophiusa a Força da Serpente e dos Ancestrais da Nossa Terra
7.The Guiding Light of Hyperborean Natives Rests in the Lights of Menhirs
8.O Sangue da Serpente Luciférica
9.Forças Anciãs em Florestas e Cavernas
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