deluded


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The poor deluded fools think that they are receiving the revelations of a goddess through some supernatural agency, since they find these messages upon their guarded altars to which none could have access without detection.
Here priests whom the people never see communicate the doctrine of the Mysterious River Iss, the Valley Dor, and the Lost Sea of Korus to persuade the poor deluded creatures to take the voluntary pilgrimage that swells the wealth of the Holy Therns and adds to the numbers of their slaves.
He said: "Captain of the club not being able to watch his team - he was deluded.
The credibility of these increasingly hysterical forecasts of doom can surely be no more than that of the deluded old soul wandering Oxford Street with his 'The End Is Nigh' placard.
Redemption comes out of the blue, when he is asked to return to the Isle of Man, where the TV series was filmed, to assist the police in apprehending suspected serial killer, Paul Melly (Russell Tovey) - a deluded fan of the TV series who tells police he will "only speak to Mindhorn or more people are going to die
Redemption comes when he is asked to return to the Isle of Man, where the TV series was filmed, to assist the police in apprehending suspected serial killer, Paul Melly (Russell Tovey) - a deluded fan of the TV series who tells police he will "only speak to Mindhorn or more people are going to die
Laing wondered how that poor deluded girl compared, in terms of danger to herself and others, to our leaders with their deluded confidence in a deterrent that they cannot use, except to launch a nuclear wipe out.
HOPEFULLY, you missed Saturday's sickening spectacle of deluded vegans - individuals, both sickly in mind and body, who want to save the world from the sin of drinking milk - branding themselves in Birmingham city centre.
But not before deluded Lachlan has put the frighteners up Alicia by asking her to 'tell the truth'.
A deluded Lachlan begs Alicia to |tell the truth in tonight's Emmerdale
A DELUDED Phillip Schofield on the final Dancing On Ice: "We will certainly miss this.
The deluded fantasist hopes it will be turned into a blockbuster movie with the lead played by a pounds 6million-a-film Oscar winner, or "her off Titanic".