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Oct 28 2013

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Episode Nine


The Enemy Brings G-d’s Judgment.

Nine is the number for judgment any number multiplied by 9 has a sum when totaled adds back to 9.

1 x 9 = 9
2 x 9 = 18 (666)
3 x 9 = 27
4 x 9 = 36
5 x 9 = 45
6 x 9 = 54
7 x 9 = 63
8 x 9 = 72
9 x 9 = 81
10 x 9 = 90
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add down 495 = 4+9+5 = 18 (666)
crop_circle15aThis image was taken 21st Jul 2002 in Highclere, Hampshire

Highclere (pronounced /ˈhaɪklɪər/) is a village and civil parish situated in the North Wessex Downs (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) in the Basingstoke and Deane district of Hampshire, England. It lies in the northern part of the county, near the Berkshire border. It is most famous for being the location of Highclere Castle, a noted Victorian house, in private ownership (The Earls of Carnarvon) and the setting for numerous films and TV series, including Downton Abbey.

 

 

Parish church of St Michael and All Angels, Highclere

Parish church of St Michael and All Angels, Highclere

The parish church of St Michael and All Angels sits between Highclere Castle and the main part of the village.

The eye has 33 points of light which are more like lines of fuming. As he is caught in a catch22 position.

The last Episode Eight explained what the significance of the number 33 is.

Shining light on Christ is not what the enemy does.

There are four sides to the bottom of the pyramid where he puts us. His eye is made up as six sides a hexagon.

He gets us to break the first four commandments so breaking number six becomes easier.

33 + (4 + 6) = 43

Psalms 43:1-5  Judge me, O G-d, and plead my cause against an ungodly nation: O deliver me from the deceitful and unjust man.  (2)  For thou art the G-d of my strength: why dost thou cast me off? why go I mourning because of the oppression of the enemy?  (3)  O send out thy light and thy truth: let them lead me; let them bring me unto thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles.  (4)  Then will I go unto the altar of G-d, unto G-d my exceeding joy: yea, upon the harp will I praise thee, O G-d my G-d.  (5)  Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope in G-d: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my G-d.

Charles Thomson (November 29, 1729 – August 16, 1824) Charles Thomson (November 29, 1729 – August 16, 1824) was a Patriot leader in Philadelphia during the American Revolution and the secretary of the Continental Congress (1774–1789) throughout its existence .

Thomson was born in Gorteade townland, Maghera parish, County Londonderry, Ireland, to Scots-Irish parents. After the death of his mother in 1739, his father emigrated to the British colonies in America with Charles and two or three brothers. The father died at sea, and the penniless boys were separated in America. Charles was cared for by a blacksmith in New Castle, Delaware, and was educated in New London, Pennsylvania. In 1750 he became a tutor in Latin at the Philadelphia Academy.

It was his design that became our great seal. He spent his final years at Harriton House in Bryn Mawr working on a translation of the Bible. He also published a synopsis of the four evangelists in 1815.  In retirement, Thomson also pursued his interests in agricultural science and beekeeping.

 

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