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Dimitri

Carlisle

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2 minutes ago, Dimitri said:

no chance,hes a tim he'l be a right handsome immaculate unrepentant fenian b**tard,

 

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You love your selfies don't you ???

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Curse of Carlisle[edit]

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The Cursing Stone in an underpass near the castle

The Curse of Carlisle is a 16th-century curse that was first invoked by Archbishop Dunbar of Glasgow in 1525 against cross-border families, known as the Border Reivers, who lived by stealing cattle and pillage. For the millennium celebrations, the local council commissioned a 14-tonne granite artwork inscribed with all 1,069 words of the curse. Following the installation of the stone, Carlisle suffered floods, foot-and-mouth disease, job losses and a goal famine for the football team.[65]

The City Council was considering whether to remove the stone in order to try and stop the bad luck which had struck the city. However Kevin Carlyon, the self-titled "high priest of the British white witches" proclaimed that such actions would give the curse more power. He commented that: "A curse can only work if people believe in it. I think at the moment the sculpture is a nice piece of history, but if the council destroys it, they would be showing their belief in the curse."[65]

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I thought the curse of Carlisle was Michael Knighton or is it a Dodd ?

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42 minutes ago, Dimitri said:

Curse of Carlisle[edit]

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The Cursing Stone in an underpass near the castle

The Curse of Carlisle is a 16th-century curse that was first invoked by Archbishop Dunbar of Glasgow in 1525 against cross-border families, known as the Border Reivers, who lived by stealing cattle and pillage. For the millennium celebrations, the local council commissioned a 14-tonne granite artwork inscribed with all 1,069 words of the curse. Following the installation of the stone, Carlisle suffered floods, foot-and-mouth disease, job losses and a goal famine for the football team.[65]

The City Council was considering whether to remove the stone in order to try and stop the bad luck which had struck the city. However Kevin Carlyon, the self-titled "high priest of the British white witches" proclaimed that such actions would give the curse more power. He commented that: "A curse can only work if people believe in it. I think at the moment the sculpture is a nice piece of history, but if the council destroys it, they would be showing their belief in the curse."[65]

Stop playing games with my emotions 

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2 minutes ago, tenpast5 said:

Stop playing games with my emotions 

this thread is cursed

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1 minute ago, tenpast5 said:

The shitty little town of Irvine is cursed 

lol how do you kno I'm from Irvine?

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