Kitkat: Irrevocable fatwa [Limited edition artwork]

This concerns missing chapters of various Middle Eastern and African scriptures, in which the God-most-High makes clear the kind of bodily mutilation he has in mind, as a form of explicit devotion to his magnificence and majesty. I think we would all pay good money to witness a ceremony such as is outlined here. Kitkat are true to their word, and are encouraging us to have a kwik break as we watch and listen to the holy ministrations.
[Part of a limited edition artwork sequence, 1 of only 8]
[Notes] My works are portals to strange and disturbing worlds which cannot be reached any other way. [For a more detailed explanation please check my writings online and videos on Youtube.]
[All artworks are printed on archive quality oyster paper and then professionally framed, with reinforced backing and museum standard acrylic/Perspex. The framing of the larger works alone costs around $2k. I personally supervise the production of each one. And each artwork is shipped in its own specially constructed packing case.]

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