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get_real
02-16-2005, 07:49 AM
Osama bin Laden = 13 letters

Saddam Hussein = 13 letters

New World Order = 13 letters

E Pluribus Unum = 13 letters

Annuit Coeptis = 13 letters


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DarkChilde3D
02-16-2005, 09:14 PM
Wow . . . that's wierd.

I have an primarily Italian background, and in Italy, unlike America, 13 is a lucky number . . . it represents Jesus and the appostles, of which there were 13 people altogether.

Its a very sad thing indeed to see this kind of representation of the number 13

zanyzan311
02-16-2005, 11:48 PM
George bush = 10 letters
Ted kennedy = 10 lettes
zanyzan311 = 10 letters
oooo spooky
dude cmon this thread is grasping for straws

zanyzan311
02-16-2005, 11:55 PM
oh wait
marypopinz = 10 letters
ozziecynic= 10 letters
thokhancep = 10 letters

Thumper
02-17-2005, 12:33 AM
so i guess this crowd doesn't give much credence to Biblical "numerology" eh? i've never known what to think about that...

marypopinz
02-17-2005, 05:58 AM
"Got truth?" is very cool.
Make an excellant title for a book or a CC movie.

Anyhoo,

This thread reminded me of the summer I had free pototo chips, thanx to noticing the patterns in life. I must have been 8 or 9.

Hostess chips had a thing where if you found the bag with the coupon, you got a free bag of chips. I happened to notice that on the bags I got the chit in, the coding on the side of the bag had squares, whereas the coding on the normal bags had circles.

For whatever reason, I noticed the squares and had free chips for the summer.

It's funny sometimes, the things we notice in life.

Me personally, I attribute less credence to biblical numerology than I do to astrology. There are some 'general' truths to be found in numerology and moreso astrolgy. Also, if you read the horoscope pages every day to read how your life will go - there's a problem.

I believe, it's the meaning in our own mind that sets the tone of our present and future reality. If you believe in the stuff, it will become to appear more real and credible, as time goes by, as your subconscious will seek situations and personalities to "make it so." (I love Jean-Luc)

Anyone remember the tv show Get Smart and agent 99? I used to like that show, as a kid. That and eating free chips for the summer.

I'm rambling... I'm certain that Crowley and his mystical accomplices of the past and the present would find deep meaning in the beginning post, cast a spell or two, summon a few demons and work their damndest to make something happen out of that association of people and concepts. That's the way they think. It's all about their will and not the will of God. Some people change their name to alter the numerical - ogical output to be more satisfying to their will of the future? Odd, to say the least.

I think numerology is a blind faith going nowhere with no correlation to God whatsoever.My two cents, as always.

psholtz
02-17-2005, 06:09 AM
DarkChilde3D wrote:
Wow . . . that's wierd.

I have an primarily Italian background, and in Italy, unlike America, 13 is a lucky number . . . it represents Jesus and the appostles, of which there were 13 people altogether.

Its a very sad thing indeed to see this kind of representation of the number 13
I've heard that in Masonic countries (of which the U.S. is certainly a prime example), 13 is unlucky b/c the Templars were all arrested on Friday, Oct 13 back in whatever year it was (somewhere in the 1200s or 1300s, I think)..

Not sure if that's true, but I suppose it's interesting..

marypopinz
02-17-2005, 06:13 AM
13 is lucky in Britain and they are masoned up to the eye teeth of things. Couldn't change the British public mind on that one I guess whereas in the U.S. and canada(fledgling masonic countries), population was taught that idea that 13 is unlucky. Interesting... in-deed.

get_real
02-17-2005, 07:13 AM
zanyzan311 wrote:
George bush = 10 letters
Ted kennedy = 10 lettes
zanyzan311 = 10 letters
oooo spooky
dude cmon this thread is grasping for straws


Hi Zanyzan311:
Me thinks you think me's wacky. And that's ok.
Could've been worse.
Just having a little fun, that's all. Didn't mean to insult anyone.

zanyzan311
02-17-2005, 12:42 PM
get real. i wasn't insulted nor was i trying to insult you. I was just havin fun.

spitfire
02-21-2006, 06:08 PM
haha, just noticing how normal everyone is here. (funny to be saying that on a conspiracy site.)
seriously, anywhere else and this thread would be 20 pages long with everybody cursing each other out.
props! :-D

earthspirit
02-24-2006, 12:13 PM
spitfire wrote:
haha, just noticing how normal everyone is here. (funny to be saying that on a conspiracy site.)
seriously, anywhere else and this thread would be 20 pages long with everybody cursing each other out.
props! :-D

Oh, but they do my child! Just hang around and see!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !@#$&

spitfire
02-28-2006, 01:30 PM
lol, ok i'm watching.
maybe I just ran into a very unusual thread.....

earthspirit
02-28-2006, 04:20 PM
spitfire wrote:
lol, ok i'm watching.
maybe I just ran into a very unusual thread.....

Just go back to the very first start of CC and you will see just shortly after....we had debates that went into personal attacks.
For you spitfire, to do this would be very time consuming. But if you have time on your hands to check this out, go ahead.

But anyway, someone usually steps in and tells these people to knock it off.

But, oh yes, we have had them.

And as far as lengthy postings. Well, I'll be a name-dropper: Rushdooney. Some mightly good stuff now and then, but....oh the lengths he would go to!!! Wowee!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No offense Rush!!

Have a nice day!!