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NEWS: CHANGE THE CURSE IN YOUR DNA

“Since the fall of Adam, every bloodline on the planet, no mater how famous it is, is compromised,” claims Dr. Francis Myles. “Compromised genetics.” Sid Roth interviews Dr. Myles as he explains how there are “demonic liens” against whole families, through generations, and how in Christ we can have a “new genetic inheritance.” Dr. Myles relates the...

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