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Project Compassion; Portraits of those KIA with Kaziah May Hancock

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Project Compassion; Portraits of those KIA with Kaziah May Hancock

The powerful story that follows is that of an unscrupulous man using religious compulsion in the extreme, to subject and exploit other human beings for his own personal gain. By adding a word where it was convenient and subtracting words so as to give scriptures a whole new meaning, then claiming priesthood power and rights, he locked naïve victims into a trap. Preach long enough, loud enough, often enough and they will begin to believe it. Control the environment. Do not allow your subjects to have outside communication, then capitalize on their labors. And what do you have? Prisons of the Mind.

Kaziah May Hancock has become a hero to the families of fallen soldiers in recent years. Featured on national television, she has devoted her natural artistic gifts and compassion to giving families a beautiful oil portrait of their lost loved ones. Kaziah has done more than 2,700 of these moving portraits including the six who lost their lives at the recent Dallas airshow, and a variety of police and firefighters. She is known nationwide for her movement Project Compassion,

For more information visit: theartofkaziah.com


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