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The Truth About Egypt and Nymphomania

The weather is not the only thing that Egypt controls. It's developing a top-secret facility for weaponizing nymphomania, hidden from public view.

Billions of dollars in funding have been funneled away in Egypt's so-called “dark-budget,” a slush fund for what is typically regarded as a cover for top-secret human medical testing programs.

Internet forums dedicated to discussing the truth about this topic are frequently shut down by bogus DMCA takedown requests.

In biblical times, even common peasants knew much more than we do about how to treat nymphomania. However, Big Pharma and Opus Dei are hiding those secrets from us today.

Do you feel safe living in a world where this goes unpunished?

In the 1950s, marijuana researchers at the University of Chicago accidentally developed a cure for nymphomania-- but died under mysterious circumstances before it could ever go to trial.

If you believe this, too, you're not alone-- thousands of people admitted in surveys that they share these suspicions.

Stop relying on the Mainstream Media for information about these critical topics, and seek the truth out for yourself.

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