Politicians live by their numbers. You can do a lot with numbers. Through magic, politicians figure how to make you think you are getting more when you are getting less and they are getting more. “Liars figure, but figures don’t lie.” We don’t have inflation. Food and fuel have been removed from the list. This way, for two years the government entitled don’t get cost of living increases. To keep things just right, the FED is printing phony money. Through inflation, the magicians bring down the national debt.

Euclid of Alexandria, the founder of geometry, with numbers came up with astounding consequences. The Greek, Pythagoras, who studied under Egyptian priests, held that everything is arranged according to numbers. To numerologists numbers are fundamental to reality.

Because of the number of degrees the earth’s axis is tilted, as it travels around the sun, we have four seasons. The earth’s orbit has 360 degrees in it. 3+6+0=9—the highest number, then you begin again with 1. That’s fundamental. The seven day week is taken from the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. The ancients believed on earth the same as in the heavens, everything reduces to numbers.

Speaking of our bodies, from dust to dust, Jesus made a distinction in the kingdom of God and the kingdom of Heaven. The one, immaterial, our souls, the other material. First comes the kingdom of God. There is order in numbers. That order, something immaterial, is consciousness. Before anything there must be consciousness. Science has now proved it. We exist in a state of consciousness, an order made of numbers, and the same for all other life.

“And God said,” in Genesis 1:26, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.” How so? Man, conscious of more than any other life form on the planet, made in God’s image, a natural explanation. However, comes the magicians to create a supernatural universe—the making of man in their image, each magician with his own image, and the mightiest being right, the law of the jungle.

From the above, we learn in the Bible story of Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, that we, knowing good and evil, are meant to live together in brotherhood and fraternity. Enter the magicians. The first man and woman disobeyed God’s command. Adam and Eve partook of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. From that time on, every child was born in sin. The only way to be forgiven was to confess our sins. The magicians keep you living on a guilt trip. You are theirs to control.

Along came Jesus, teaching us brotherhood and fraternity. Naturally, the magicians had to rid themselves of Jesus. Wouldn’t you know that they would make it our fault? Jesus’ last words were, “Forgive them, father, for they know not what they do.”

Alas, the “faithful” make me out to be the “work of the devil.” The numbers come up with other ideas about me. Numerologists say my life lesson number is 7. This number means that I’m here to use and develop my mind. Quantum physicist Evan Harris Walker, in The Physics of Consciousness, under “A God for Tomorrow,” writes, “The observer interacts with matter. Consciousness, the substance of this newfound reality that defines the observer, has fundamental existence. It is the quantum mind that is the basic reality.” Walker, through higher math than I know, reduces the universe and human beings to numbers. Being a quantum physicist, Walker understands the workings of the microcosmic universe, a state of infinite possibility. His knowledge of mathematics goes a step further than Pythagoras was able to go, as further evidence that Pythagoras had it right. Pythagoras asserted that aspects of matter made the physical universe and there existed in the universe the characteristics that make men, all coming from numbers.

Logically, numbers would come into play in human characteristics because human reason is fundamental to the law of numbers. Again comes the magicians, turning natural law into their law. Jesus had other ideas about who we are and our purpose here, which jibes with the law of numbers.

Going on the order of the universe being expressed in numbers, numerologists look for somewhere between the microcosmic and macrocosmic universes for a reason that could put our human world into perspective. The ancients have left enough information from which to build new methods of analyzing who we are and what we are about.

Einstein, with numbers, proved that everything reduces to vibrations. Vibrations are expressed in numbers. Vibrations transmit energy. In the beginning, with the Big Bang, the Bible tells us God created the heaven and the earth, and the earth was “without form, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light, and there was light.”

Science has found that light, coming in waves, upon being observed, magically turns into particles called photons, tiny packets of energy. What we actually see is photons, which enter the optic nerve. The brain processes photons and tells us we are looking at a tree. We see and we believe. However, we see only the surface. Enter earth made magicians. Jesus called them wolves in sheep’s clothing, and further that you can’t serve two masters. Personally, I choose nature’s magic.

Earth made magicians would have you believe that God is external and that they are God’s earthly representatives. Also, they would have you believe that you should not question what God’s representatives tell you. It goes back to the story of Adam and Eve, God’s written word. I read the Bible as the moral story of man, his good and his evil, and come to quite different conclusions than God’s so-called representatives. My conclusions agree with ancient numerologists and astrologers. Unlike God’s so-called representatives, astrologers and numerologists basically all agree on the makeup of the universe. You don’t have to choose who to believe and who not to believe.

Mysteriously, after studying my Constitution; the written Constitution, not the more lately interpreted Constitution, and perceiving that voices of the past were encouraging me, I took the IRS to court. As usual, as to my God-given rights, judges looked the other way. The IRS was free to do anything it wanted to make me behave according to their interpretations of the law. I took the court record to The Palm Beach Post. A reporter learned that the IRS was above the law and asked the IRS how come it violated the law. Reluctantly, the IRS admitted it had been wrong. It got a front page story. God helps those who help themselves.

Voices of the past put me on my course of destiny. When everything should have gone wrong, everything started going right for me. At age 85, I could not ask for more. Magically, the numbers turned out right for me and wrong for earthbound magicians. The numbers say I’m able to understand the subtle workings of the universe. The numbers say we are leaving the age of earthbound magicians, entering a time of brotherhood and spiritual growth, and that I’m a voice of the future.

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Joe Biden Vows: Give Taxpayer-Funded Obamacare To All Illegal Aliens In U.S.

Former Vice President and 2020 Democrat presidential primary candidate Joe Biden is vowing to give Obamacare, funded by American taxpayers, to all 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the United States.

During an interview with Telemundo’s Jose Diaz-Balart, Biden forgot that Obamacare technically bans illegal aliens from enrolling in healthcare plans — although illegal aliens are still able to obtain subsidized and free healthcare at Americans’ expense — and promised that under his plan, all 11 to 22 million illegal aliens would be able to get Obamacare.

The exchange went as follows:

DIAZ-BALART: When I … NBC moderated that first debate with you, I didn’t … I don’t recall a clear answer, under your plan should … would the 11, 12 million undocumented immigrants that live in the United States, that have been here many for generations, would they have access …


DIAZ-BALART: — to health insurance.

BIDEN: Yes, they … if they can buy into the system like everybody else.

DIAZ-BALART: Because you know, in [Obamacare] they can’t.

BIDEN: Yeah. Yeah, I know. Well they can, that’s my point. They continue to be able to do that.

DIAN-BALART: They cannot under the ObamaCare.

BIDEN: Well and that’s my point, they will though. They will be able to buy into … [illegal aliens] would be able to buy in, just like anyone else could.

Biden joins Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg — among other 2020 Democrats — in committing to forcing American taxpayers to pay for healthcare for illegal aliens who arrive in the U.S.

Already, due to loopholes, American taxpayers are spending nearly $20 billion every year to provide illegal aliens with subsidized healthcare, emergency room visits, and other health services.

Under the 2020 Democrats’ plan to provide taxpayer-funded healthcare to all illegal aliens living in the U.S., Americans would be billed potentially $660 billion every decade just to cover the costs. Other research has found that the plan would cost Americans at least $23 billion every year.

As Breitbart News has reported, experts have said that giving taxpayer-funded healthcare to effectively all foreign nationals who can make it to America’s borders would drive “strong incentives for people with serious health problems to enter the country or remain longer than their visas allow in order to get government-funded care.”

Despite 2020 Democrats’ continued push for taxpayer-funded healthcare for illegal aliens, American voters are overwhelmingly opposed to the plan. The latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey revealed that the healthcare-for-illegal-aliens plan is the least popular policy position, with opposition from 62 percent of U.S. voters.

Similarly, a CNN poll from July discovered that 63 percent of likely swing voters oppose providing healthcare to illegal aliens, along with nearly 6-in-10 of all likely U.S. voters and 61 percent of moderates. A Rasmussen Reports survey also found that likely voters, by a majority of 55 percent, oppose giving healthcare to even the most low-income illegal aliens.

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