What if our world would be consumed in forty days assumed,
Would we build a space pod to escape a planet to be doomed.
Then give no tickets to the deformed, the impotent, the gay.
Surprise this already happened in Zoroaster Ark of yesterday.
He claimed he heard a voice from from God to build an Aryan ark.
Only the Aryan could enter not the impotent, or a blemished mark.
The other version was of Noah seven healthy and two unclean,
How far have we come in our thinking a version not as mean.
Hitler often supported by the churches of men, not of God.
He surely would have been the architect of the Arynacos Pod.
Be carefull what you are supporting if your asked to join a carnal creed,
Only support Love, Hope and Forgiveness leading to Word, Thought and Deed.
Do not be deceived if someones says they are from God,
And they want you to help them build the Aryanacos Pod.
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