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El Salvador Says No to Satan

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It seems the El Salvadorians are not convinced by Jose Louis de Jesus Miranda's claim he is the second coming of Christ.

Nor are they too happy about him traveling to their central American nation and encouraging folks to tattoo a 666 symbol on their bodies.

So unhappy are they with the 60-year-old, self-proclaimed anti-Christ and his Growing in Faith Ministry, they voted unanimously this past Thursday to make tattooing the mark of the beast illegal. --Joanne Green

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