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  The Serpent Seed and the Kenites.
Murray infers that when God says "thy seed" to Satan, He is referring to the Kenites, the descendents of Cain which were literally produced through the literal "seed" of Satan.
Likewise, Satan's descendents are those who identify with him in his lies.
This is why Jesus said in John 8:44 to the Pharisees, "You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father.
www.carm.org /chapel/serpent_seed.htm   (1142 words)

  Descendents - Music Downloads - Online
Formed in 1979, the Descendents' first lineup consisted of vocalist/guitarist Frank Navetta, vocalist/bassist Tony Lombardo, and drummer Bill Stevenson; initially sporting an edgy power pop sound inspired by the Buzzcocks, the group issued a debut single, "Ride the Wild," and then promptly vanished from sight.
When the Descendents resurfaced in 1981, they were a four-piece fronted by vocalist Milo Auckerman, a beloved figure within the hardcore community who infused the group's identity with both unmitigated teen angst and a healthy dose of goofball humor.
Somewhat surprisingly, Auckerman and Stevenson re-formed the Descendents in 1996 with All bassist Karl Alvarez and guitarist Stephen Egerton; in addition to mounting a tour, the group recorded a new album, Everything Sucks.
musicstore.connect.com /artist/597/Descendents/1011315.html   (313 words)

 Descendents at IACmusic.com, presented by Independent Artists Company and KIAC
In 1978 the Descendents formed under their common credo of fishing, girls, and velocity.
The Descendents were self-managed and produced their own albums on a shoestring budget.
The tracks ""Everything Sucks,"" ""This Place,"" and ""Coffee Mug"" are classic Descendents, raging along at the speed of sound, while ""I'm the One"", ""Sick-O-Me,"" and ""She Loves Me"" are anthems of the ""girl-song"" milieu.
iacmusic.com /Descendents   (819 words)

  The Descendents News - Topix
DESCENDENTS of famous Eastern Cape prophet Enoch Mgijima, whose 183 Israelite followers were massacred by police at Bulhoek 25km from Queenstown in 1921, say they are being "undermined" and wiped out of history...
DESCENDANTS of Edwin Greaves, former manager of the historic The Springs, at Clyde Road Berwick, gathered at the Old Cheese Factory,...
Descendents of a once powerful chief on the Big Island are staking claim to a collection of Hawaiian artifacts.
www.topix.net /who/the-descendents   (536 words)

 The Descendents
The Descendents are a punk rock band from southern California, formed in 1978 by guitarist Frank Navetta[?], bassist Tony Lombardo[?] and drummer Bill Stevenson.
The band finally disbanded in 1987 to be replaced by All, who continued the legacy of the Descendents.
They reformed with Milo Aukerman in 1996 to record and tour the album Everything Sucks[?], a return to their early-80s punk style, and are now rumoured to be working on a new album.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/th/The_Descendants.html   (379 words)

 DESCENDENTS PICS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He left Flag and reestablished his Descendents band mates to set off what was to be some of the best work the they ever put out.
The Descendents are a pop-punk band (Green Day, Blink-182) who began in 1979 in the Los Angeles early 80's punk scene.
When I made the decision to quit the Descendents, I was thinking, "I can't wait any longer to start my science thing--if I do, I'll be too far out of the loop." So it was mostly due to my aspirations in science that I left the band.
www.commonthreadpunk.com /69ctweb/descendents_pics.htm   (1250 words)

 ROCKZONE.COM: CD Reviews: The Descendents - 'Merican
There isn't a whole lot new here, The Descendents are The Descendents, they are the original punk band with a twist of pop, and this EP could have been released in 1982 and sounded exactly the same.
It is a bit slower and longer than your "typical" Descendents track, but that doesn't take away from the overall power of the track.
The Descendents were distressed about girls before it was cool to wear your heart on your sleeve.
www.rockzone.com /reviews/descendents-merican.shtml   (632 words)

 Epitaph Records
In 1978 the Descendents formed under their common credo of fishing, girls, and velocity.
The Descendents were self-managed and produced their own albums on a shoestring budget.
The tracks "Everything Sucks," "This Place," and "Coffee Mug" are classic Descendents, raging along at the speed of sound, while "I'm the One", "Sick-O-Me," and "She Loves Me" are anthems of the "girl-song" milieu.
epitaph.com /artists/artist/22   (1051 words)

 Descendants of the Incas: Inca weaving traditions and family ties.
Descendants of the Incas: Inca weaving traditions and family ties.
Descendants Of The Incas fulfills one of the major goals of the Center For Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru: to share information with you and others about the Native American culture of the Andes.
The Center's overall purpose is to help preserve and celebrate Andean textiles and assist their makers in carrying on a tradition practiced for more than 2000 years.
www.incas.org   (254 words)

 An Interview with Drummer Bill Stevenson of the Descendents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Once upon a time, The Descendents used to claim that they "couldn't sell out a telephone booth." Alongside the more political bands of the late '70s and early '80s, such as Black Flag and The Circle Jerks, The Descendents were a weird new phenomenon.
In the decade since Milo Aukerman left The Descendents to pursue a Ph.D. in biochemistry, and the band re-christened itself as ALL, the term "pop-punk" has been invented and punk has suddenly become a viable form of music.
The Descendents changed their name when Milo left the band in 1987 ("seduced by the fast-track lifestyle of biochemistry," as the band's bio puts it).
archives.thedaily.washington.edu /1997/040397/970403desc.html   (1026 words)

 St. Louis - Music - The Descendents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Because without that record and the band that made it, there would be no blink-182 and, oh, about 100 other bands.
They aren't fawned over and fetishized like the Ramones or the Sex Pistols, but the Descendents are just as important, giving a voice to the suburban punks who didn't know the dress code and couldn't care less about the government or drugs or what the government was doing about drugs.
The Descendents' pop-punk present is more focused on adult concerns.
www.riverfronttimes.com /2004-05-26/music/the-descendents   (498 words)

 The Descendents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Descendents' descendants the Offspring (and for that matter, Hagfish, Goldfinger, etc.) would eventually pull off the mean feat of making I Don't Want To Grow Up, as well as the two revved-up-and-tuneful discs that followed it, seem ahead of their time.
No, the new Descendents have picked up right where the old ones left off, which is where All (Stevenson with Descendents alum, bassist Karl Alvarez and guitarist Stephen Egerton, and a variety of vocalists) have been stagnating without a decent frontguy for the past few years.
In fact, the only thing that really distinguished the new from the old when the triumphant Descendents played to a full house downstairs at the Middle East a week ago Thursday was the number of kids singing along.
www.bostonphoenix.com /alt1/archive/music/reviews/12-12-96/REX/DESCENDENTS.html   (493 words)

 Suburban Voice Interviews Descendents
Originally formed in their high shcool days, The Descendents recorded a 7" EP, "Fat," and an album, "Milo Goes To College," before splitting up in late '82, so vocalist Milo Aukerman actually could go off to college in San Diego.
Our original bass player could not go with us on the tour and so we have this friend Doug, from high school, who we've known for many years and he was very willing to make it out.
Milo: The summer is kind of like the appetizer type of thing because I have to go back to school for 3 months to do my final quarter and, after that, it's time for the world destruction tour.
www.operationphoenixrecords.com /suburbanvoicedescendents.html   (1463 words)

The Descendents were way ahead of their time - they started to play pop punk while the Clash was still around, and over 10 years before pop punk became popular in 1994.
The EP opens with 'Nothing With You', an excellent example of just what the Descendents should be, followed by ''Merican', in which the band also succumbs to anti-American songs (along with all the other hundred million artists that have started doing so, even though half of them don't even feel that way).
The DESCENDENTS LYRICS in sing365 are the property of respective authors, artists and labels, all lyrics are provided for educational purposes only, if you like the sound of Descendents, please buy relative CDs to support the artist.
www.sing365.com /music/lyric.nsf/Descendents-lyrics/C8B378205EAEC95148256C1D002C2307   (650 words)

 Visual effects
An element's height exceeds an explicit height assigned to the containing block (i.e., the containing block's height is determined by the 'height' property, not by content height).
A descendent box has negative margins, causing it to be positioned partly outside the box.
It affects the clipping of all of the element's content except any descendant elements (and their respective content and descendants) whose containing block is the viewport or an ancestor of the element.
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 The Descendents Guitar Tabs and Chords   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Descendents are a punk rock band from Lomita, California, a suburb of Los Angeles.
They are credited as one of the most influential punk bands ever by many critics, and are known for being the first band in the hardcore scene to sing about simpler topics than politics.
Their first and only release with this lineup was "Ride the Wild"/"It's a Hectic World", a double A-side of melodic surf-pop.
www.guitarmasta.net /d/descendents,_the   (296 words)

 BBC NEWS | Programmes | From Our Own Correspondent | The Japanese Jesus trail
The story goes that after escaping Jerusalem, Jesus made his way across Russia and Siberia to Aomori in the far north of Japan where he became a rice farmer, married, had a family and died peacefully at the age of 114.
A villager hinted that I might be able to meet one of Jesus' descendents - a Mr Sajiro Sawaguchi, who is now in his 80s.
His family owns the land on which the grave stands and his house is at the foot of the mountain.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/programmes/from_our_own_correspondent/5326614.stm   (939 words)

 The Descendents
Interestingly enough, I was introduced to The Descendents under similar circumstances to those Fat Mike describes in his song, though in my case it was ten or fifteen years later, and the band was performing together for the first time in almost a decade.
My friend Skatt (his name was Scott, but he was really into Ska…do the math) was so sure that he'd like The Descendents, a band we'd been told was a major influence on Green Day, NOFX and countless others, that he bought two of their CDs before they came on that night.
The final chapter of The Descendents' history to date came earlier this year when once again Milo returned and the band recorded an EP along with their latest album, Cool To Be You for Fat Wreck Chords, the record label operated by Fat Mike of NOFX.
www.areuonsomething.com /features_des.html   (3019 words)

MTV and radio were clogged with glam metal and dance-y new wave, while punk rock remained a strictly volunteer proposition.
Fast forward to 2004, and lo and behold, the DESCENDENTS are back in the saddle with two new efforts slated for the release in the early part of next year, an EP, and a bona fide LP of all new material on Fat Wreck Chords.
Only time will tell, but this much is certain: If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the DESCENDENTS must go to sleep with flushed cheeks every night of the week.
www.sing365.com /music/lyric.nsf/Descendents-Biography/48C286305F2E527948256C1D0028E3D8   (979 words)

 Rolling Stone : Descendents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Their simple pop-punk sound may have been worn out by generations of lesser descendants -- from Blink-182 to Good C...
Los Angeles punk band Descendents knew exactly where that line was, and was always happy to cross it.
At its best, the group was uniquely able to be silly and smart at the same time, turning childish rants about food, fucking, parents, and girls into tales of adolescent ennui.
www.rollingstone.com /artists/descendents   (150 words)

 BuyMusic at Buy.com - Descendents Cool To Be You WMA
Descendents: Milo Aukerman (vocals); Stephen Egerton (guitar); Karl Alvarez (bass); Bill Stevenson (drums).
On their first album since their 1996 reunion record, EVERYTHING SUCKS, '80s punk icons the Descendents unleash a fierce set of songs that fits seamlessly with their well-honed, melodic yet rocked-out sound.
Vocalist Milo Aukerman still emotes the way he did when he was a teenager, but now the odes to geek woe ("Mass Nerder") and gastronomic distress ("Blast Off") are joined by songs such as "'Merican," a scathing US government broadside worthy of Bad Religion.
www.buy.com /prod/blast_off/q/loc/18250/201182714.html   (317 words)

 Descendents >> Aversion.com
Pop punk forerunners, the Descendents mixed elements of punk, hardcore, surf and pop to create a sound with the spunk of Southern California punk, though easier on the ears.
Generally shying away from political topics, the Descendents covered topics such as young love and their ever-continuing quest for food.
Pioneers of American pop punk, the Descendents influenced generations of later pop punkers.
www.aversion.com /bands/descendents   (159 words)

 Milo Aukerman Interview
The conversation was rushed for several reasons; one because my amigo Joey J and I had taken the wrong bus and ended up in Queens, forcing us to walk across an enormous bridge and exhaust ourselves, and there was also an endless line of 'zine nerds behind me waiting for an interview.
That was mainly because once All left SST, I think they were looking to move on, and when we went to Epitaph, we took both bands with us and decided that would be best.
Every song about a girl, at least I can speak for my own songs especially, but every love song that we've ever done has been about a real girl that we were having to deal with.
www.yobeat.com /aukerman.htm   (1624 words)

 The Irish Descendants Newfoundland music juno award winners
There is no place with any deeper Irish roots than Newfoundland, and The Irish Descendants have captured the essence of the Music with their exquisitely produced, award-winning recordings, including a wide range from haunting ballads to high energy tapping reels.
The Irish Descendants have had a long career and many successes.
The future could not be brighter for the band that only gets better.
www.irishdescendants.com   (159 words)

 Bands: Fat Wreck Chords
The two releases comprise the perfect case study in the dualistic, yin/yang nature of the band’s output.
It was not until 1996 that we�d see another DESCENDENTS release with Everything Sucks, a perfect return to the pop punk form that the band had become known for.
Fast forward to 2003, and lo and behold, the DESCENDENTS are back in the saddle with two new efforts slated for the release in 2004: a four song EP entitled �Merican, and a bona fide full-length LP�s worth of new material that goes by the name Cool To Be You.
www.fatwreck.com /band/index/38   (593 words)

 Plastic: Blacker Than Thou — Are Slaves' Descendants Getting The AA Shaft?
Experts agree that it's the descendants of American slaves who have been "disadvantaged by the legacy of Jim Crow laws, segregation and decades of racism, poverty and inferior schools, who were intended as principal beneficiaries of affirmative action in university admissions."
At Harvard, for example, the descendents of American slaves comprise "only about a third" of the African-American student body.
These descendents of slaves are outnumbered by "West Indian and African immigrants or their children, or to a lesser extent, children of biracial couples."
www.plastic.com /comments.html;sid=04/06/27/10493538;op=reply;mode=nested   (509 words)

 The Vault: The Descendents Grow Up - Idolator
While watching the Minutemen documentary over the weekend, we were struck by this talking-head cameo by Descendents lead singer Milo Aukerman, who looks more like a friendly eighth-grade chemistry teacher than a pop-punk forefather.
We were also struck by how long it had been since we'd listened to the band's classic Milo Goes To College album, which, shockingly, turns twenty-five next year.
Don't let that suburban-dad leather-jacket look fool you: Descendents brought the catchy and the funny, and we believe Aukerman and pals deserve to be a bigger part of the current '80s-punk reassesment.
www.idolator.com /tunes/mp3/the-vault-the-descendents-grow-up-204531.php   (715 words)

 The Prophet’s Descendants   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Syed is a title that in some Muslim countries is applied to a descendant of the Prophet (peace be upon him) through his daughter Fatimah and her husband, Ali ibn Abu Talib, who was the Prophet’s cousin.
He called on the closest of them to him and told them that he would not be able to give them any special status so as to be treated differently from the rest of mankind on the Day of Judgment.
Having said that, a number of scholars, particularly Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, feel that at times when the Muslim state suffers from weakness and is unlikely to win anything in war, depriving the Prophet’s descendents of the benefit of zakah may be counterproductive.
www.arabnews.com /?page=5§ion=0&article=69541&d=5&m=9&y=2005&pix=islam.jpg&category=Islam   (266 words)

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