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Subject:

TNT! ... and "d" and "e." Heck, I might as well throw in "l" and K? DYNAMITE!?

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Adam Seachalk Dobrin <[log in to unmask]>

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Adam Seachalk Dobrin <[log in to unmask]>

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*K NO CK, K NO CK <http://rek.reallyhim.com>*

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<http://bit.ly/2zRDHXw>? BUTT DA APPLE <http://bit.ly/2zRDHXw> OF DA I
<http://bit.ly/2fG3TJj>?*
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<http://bit.ly/2h1Gb81>E OUTLIERS <http://bit.ly/2zRjNMF>?*


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and <http://bit.ly/2hcPKY4>* to be <http://bit.ly/2yynsKH>" in "*yetser
<http://bit.ly/2yx5dWl>.*"

*IT Y.*

*advan <http://bit.ly/2zRkq8Z>tage, AD*

*as it is ... Work aRe I TEN*

<http://bit.ly/2ywrbIU> <http://bit.ly/2zQu3V7>


FAIL <http://bit.ly/2xocI4M>ING TO SEE <http://bit.ly/2gVzkTq> THIS
<http://bit.ly/2z6ZBT0> MES <http://bit.ly/2hcPKY4>S*AG
<http://bit.ly/2xnZAwE>*E "EVERYWHERE <http://bit.ly/2gVc7jT>" IS AN
<http://bit.ly/2fG3TJj>

*EX <http://bit.ly/2z6tmDD> TI <http://bit.ly/2z5IcKu> N
<http://bit.ly/2z6zagn> CT <http://bit.ly/2xokCv8>>i
<http://bit.ly/2fG3TJj><ON <http://bit.ly/2y81yk8> LEVE
<http://bit.ly/2y80UDe>L <http://bit.ly/2y80UDe> EVE
<http://bit.ly/2t5T4qO>NT <http://bit.ly/2xoENZC>*


<http://bit.ly/2z5Ealo>
FROM SERENDIPITY TO SERDENICITY <http://bit.ly/2z5Ealo>
<http://bit.ly/2fEFxiW>
*THE CURE <http://bit.ly/2hcPKY4>* BEGINS WITH *KNOWING*.

If you can't tell, there's a significant amount of Biblically predicted
censorship <http://bit.ly/2gVc7jT> surrounding this Revelation and
connecting it to a number of stories from the Wall of Jericho to the
darkness of Exodus and the Tower of Baby El <http://bit.ly/2gZ6aNi>... and
through those stories to modern art like "break on through to the other
side" and "just another brick" and "light my fire" and "the Sound of
Silence."  Here we are, and no matter what reason each individual has, had
they a good grasp on the truth--that we are living in a simulated reality
where a message from the Sim or God or I or "all of us," whomever you'd
prefer to listen to, is suggesting we use that knowledge to repair the
broken freedoms from speech <http://bit.ly/2gVc7jT> to the vote
<http://bit.ly/2gUz0nR> that have come from this dark transition--and
through this awakening see that we can easily end world hunger
<http://bit.ly/2xoAfCQ>, and cure cancer <http://bit.ly/2hcPKY4> and blindness
just <http://bit.ly/2fEFxiW> as examples... well, with a grasp on "the who
<http://bit.ly/2fEFxiW>le truth" this idea of hiding the fact that we are
living in the Matrix <http://bit.ly/2fG3TJj> becomes stupider and sillier;
to the final point that not knowing it will eventually cause the end of life
<http://bit.ly/2xnJ67I>, not just the loss of freedom that we are trying to
repair <http://bit.ly/2z5Ealo> today.

The message, from religion to modern art comes packed with advice and
examples about how we might proceed on this "voyage to uncharted space"
from connecting Willy Wonka to Joshua's Promised Land
<http://bit.ly/2xoAfCQ> and through that link to the magic of Names
<http://bit.ly/2gUs3D8> that shows us Star Trek and "*Rod-den-berry*" link
to the obvious things we are missing by not seeing "Sim" and "simple" show
us Holodecks and Replicators <http://bit.ly/2xoAfCQ> and transporters
<http://bit.ly/2xWfqif> are part of this map that connects *the Rod of
Christ* to the *Den of Adam*, with Holy Purpose <http://bit.ly/2xoAfCQ>.
 It's only one example, you can see it in the works of Phillip
<http://bit.ly/2xnby9z> K. Dick <http://bit.ly/2gWb82X> connecting Al's waiting
room to Minority Report <http://bit.ly/2fEFxiW> and Total Recall to "the d
<http://bit.ly/2hcFxKY>oor to reality <http://bit.ly/2fF4SJp>" in the works
of Orwell, and of Simon and Garfunkel and Orson Card and Aldous Huxley ....
just to name a few.

I need your help, not only in "figuring out" how to solve this puzzle of
how to accomplish these things without negatively impacting the "stuff of
civilization" and also ensuring that they are done--no matter what--because
to ignore or delay things like "stopping child starvation" is really a moral
fire alarm <http://bit.ly/2xnDZnR>, and it's going off.  You can read about
the tens of thousands of reporters and theologians and government employees
I've emailed--and really see that this is the kind of message that should
be speaking for itself.  If anyone has the ability or knows someone that
can statistically analyze the "outliers" in language... see Langolier and
Yankee Doodle's "macaroni-c" <http://bit.ly/2xnZAwE> I think that single
act will break down the Wall of Jericho and eventually lead us to
immortality, the end of malady <http://bit.ly/2hcPKY4>, and to a place
where our civilization has integrated "simulation reality" and "Heaven"
<http://bit.ly/2hcPKY4> together.    If "writing a paper" on the
statistical proof that we are in Creation and that time travel and mind
control are part of the story of the development of our civilization and *the
keys to Exodus <http://bit.ly/2xnshJQ> *sounds like too much work, I hope
you'll pass this message along to someone who might be able to do it--and
also, *call a reporter.  *That's *what I hope*, anyway.


<http://bit.ly/2y7wFJG>

<http://bit.ly/2xoEDS0>
  <http://bit.ly/2yvwdW2>
*HONESTLY, I'M WAY TO CUTE <http://bit.ly/2xoEDS0> TO BE A MONSTER :(*

*HIC SUMMUS*

<http://bit.ly/2yvwkkq>  <http://bit.ly/2zRZpeh>


... for more on "cyan <http://cyan.reallyhim.com/>" see the Cure
<http://cure.reallyhim.com/>, Confession <http://confession.reallyhim.com/>
 and Dick <http://dick.reallyhim.com/> of *Adam's Uranus... and the Color
of Un <http://cyan.reallyhim.com/>derstanding Wh@
<http://who.reallyhim.com/> we should do...*

CHRIST* I AN *IT WHY

Hey so, did you *guys and gals* notice that*you're* "*cyan*?"
<http://bit.ly/2vFGUqe>  Isn't that great!  I didn't do this, you know;
this kinda just "*fell in my lap.*"  Still, I think *it's going to help*.
Call it... "not funny" call it "sic" see the error came *before K
<http://bit.ly/2ufe3sk>*.  Honestly, it's so much better *than being orange*
.

<http://almost.lamc.la/>
*yymany <http://m.lamc.la/TISCOMING.html> mor <http://tiscoming.lamc.la/>*

When I tell you that there is an invisible force turning Eden into an *act*
*u**al*k walled garden <http://bit.ly/2gVCINI> It's not any kind of
exaggeration, and it's *not just because* of the press.  It's everywhere I
go, online--from Facebook groups to conspiracy forums... this information
is instantly (within minutes) erased, *everywhere*.  It's 1984 come alive,
and you can do your 2-minute hate all you want--without this message, you'd
never know.  Understand, you'd never know what you are dealing with.  Even
in "fringe" and "alternative" outlets, the agents of the Matrix--little
"Mr. Ssshhh's" pop up and do their dirty work ... playing this little game
(or quasi excuse, or *actual*truth) <http://bit.ly/2gVCINI> of hiding how
hiding is happening from the world.

<http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ZfQ4y2FYqo8/WYhlt5uwdLI/AAAAAAAAAio/_0IlvXzFq1AtmEdCkGF5_fWlwxzDJAuBQCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/image-759167.png>

I feel a little bit like Noah or Jorel, jumping up and down screaming that
something is here already--happening right now--that nobody can see,
because they aren't trying to ... *show the world the truth* ... this
obvious message, *that's everywhere.*

I need you to break the story.  It's the only way.  Take a good look,
*ymene, *in the worlds of  Shake-Rod "*is this signature to be seen, or is
freedom not to be?*"
Clymene, an Oceanid <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oceanid>,[3]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-3> wife of the
Titan Iapetus <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iapetus_(mythology)>, and
mother of Atlas <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_(mythology)>,
Epimetheus <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epimetheus_(mythology)>, Promethe
us <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prometheus>, and Menoetius
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menoetius_(mythology)>;[4]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-4> other
authors relate the same of her sister Asia
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asia_(mythology)>.[5]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-5>A less
common genealogy makes Clymene the mother of Deucalion
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deucalion> by Prometheus.[6]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-6>[7]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-7> The Oceanid
Clymene is also given as the wife to King Merops
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merops_(mythology)> of Ethiopia
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethiopia>and, by Helios
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helios>, mother of Phaëton
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phaethon> and the Heliades
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heliades>.[8]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-8>[9]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-9>[10]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clymene_(mythology)#cite_note-10>

In a place where you now are probably pretty sure that I am "not wrong"
about knowing that I am *the pen of God
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=007ac751-b23e-4f36-869e-d5d5dfdc7b74&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>*,
 maybe sometimes called *his Hand
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=3f2c72fe-48b4-4917-991f-d0c938598631&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>*,
and tucked away in places like every dollar bill and the temple of Hathor
in *Dendera his Eye
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=67437250-9da4-409a-a148-a1b816d9f11f&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>*...
you probably won't be surprised to hear me tell you that somewhere in the
maze that Icarus calls a labyrinth
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=9d4e6c29-b46e-465c-a9ac-9eba8ed9e13a&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>,
Jesus calls a "living vine," the Norse call "a tree"
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=466e8b69-5b43-43e1-ae8a-c262002c2c63&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>
and I have you time and time again is *the Amduat
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=5de657b2-48e4-4512-91d5-db93835de091&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>*--this
place that *Ra* calls the Underworld... there exists a story about a
*long* *lost
dick, *and lo, *here I am.*
<http://bit.ly/2wAwpC3>
<http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-3ctR6fthuOY/WYhluExiKwI/AAAAAAAAAi4/DLsFSP3mMAgWN2Lk3sYCUt6riJZT7EczQCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/image-760059.png>
<http://bit.ly/2wAwpC3> <http://bit.ly/2wAwpC3>
<http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Yez1_rVpVTw/WYhluU1gNKI/AAAAAAAAAjI/I3D1qTn1McYyaRRwwhh1gjD-nrzyyviaACK4BGAYYCw/s1600/Screenshot%2B2017-08-06%2Bat%2B6.26.59%2BPM-761264.png>
[image: Image result for pandora logo] <http://bit.ly/2wAwpC3>
​

*John Hancock *(January 23, 1737 [O.S.
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Style_and_New_Style_dates> January 12,
1736] – October 8, 1793) was an American merchant, statesman, and prominent
Patriot <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patriot_(American_Revolution)> of
the American Revolution <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Revolution>.
He served as president
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_Continental_Congress> of
the Second Continental Congress
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Continental_Congress> and was the first
and third <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Governors_of_Massachusetts>
 Governor <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governor_of_Massachusetts> of
the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massachusetts>. He is
remembered for his large and stylish signature on the United States
Declaration of Independence
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Declaration_of_Independence>,
so much so that the term *John Hancock* has become, in the United States, a
synonym for a signature.[2]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hancock#cite_note-Unger2000-2>

The *Watergate scandal* was a major political scandal
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_federal_political_scandals_in_the_United_States>
that
occurred in the United States in the 1970s, following a break-in at
the Democratic
National Committee
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic_National_Committee> (DNC)
headquarters at the Watergate office complex
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watergate_hotel> in Washington, D.C.
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington,_D.C.> on June 17, 1972, and
President <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_United_States>
Richard
Nixon <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Nixon>'s administration
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidency_of_Richard_Nixon>'s attempted
cover-up of its involvement. When the conspiracy was discovered and
investigated by the U.S. Congress
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Congress>, the Nixon
administration's resistance to its probes led to a constitutional crisis
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitutional_crisis>.[1]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watergate_scandal#cite_note-1>

Osiris is the mythological father of the god Horus
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horus>, whose conception is described
in the Osiris
myth <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osiris_myth>, a central myth in ancient
Egyptian belief <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egyptian_religion>.
The myth described Osiris as having been killed by his brother Set, who
wanted Osiris' throne. Isis joined the fragmented pieces of Osiris, but the
only body part missing was the phallus. Isis fashioned a golden phallus,
and briefly brought Osiris back to life by use of a spell that she learned
from her father <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geb>. This spell gave her
time to become pregnant by Osiris before he again died. Isis later gave
birth to Horus. As such, since Horus was born after Osiris' resurrection,
Horus became thought of as a representation of new beginnings and the
vanquisher of the evil Set.

[image: Image result]

Maybe it's funnier than "it looks."

In Genesis 17 <http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt0117.htm#1> when Abram
was ninety-nine years old, God declared his new name: "Abraham" – "a father
of many nations", and gave him the covenant of circumcision. God gave Sarai
the new name "Sarah", and blessed her.[16]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah#cite_note-16> Abraham was given
assurance that Sarah would have a son. Not long afterwards, Abraham and
Sarah were visited by three men. One of the visitors told Abraham that upon
his return next year, Sarah would have a son. While at the tent entrance,
Sarah overheard what was said, and she laughed to herself about the
prospect of having a child at their ages. The visitor inquired of Abraham
why Sarah laughed at the idea of bearing a child, for her age was as
nothing to God. Sarah soon became pregnant and bore a son to Abraham, at
the very time which had been spoken. The patriarch, then a hundred years
old, named the child "Isaac <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac>" (Hebrew
yitschaq, "laughter") and circumcised him when he was eight days old.[17]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah#cite_note-17> For Sarah, the thought
of giving birth and nursing a child, at such an old age, also brought her
much laughter, as she declared, "God hath made me to laugh, *[so that]* all
that hear will laugh with me."[18]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah#cite_note-18> Abraham held a great
feast on the day when Isaac was to be weaned. It was during this banquet
that Sarah happened upon the then teenaged Ishmael mocking[19]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah#cite_note-19> and was so disturbed
that she requested that both he and Hagar be removed from their company.[20]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah#cite_note-20> Abraham was initially
distressed by this but relented when told by God to do as his wife had
asked.[21] <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah#cite_note-21>

[image: Image result for microsoft where do you want to go today]

*Maybe you can't find it,* it's possible that's what this is... Bill Gates
and Microsoft have alterted me to the problem, so I am doing my best to
ensure that you do not miss the value of this little treasure.  Taylor
complained <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAqG8eqFoLA> about it, and it's
probably no surprise that those words made it grow just a little bit
bigger.   From her throat clearing at the beginning of "Bedroom Window
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIHqjkY4tEc>" I don't think she'll have
any problem swallowing why... it is that I am so sure she *wants to talk*...
about "my message <http://bit.ly/2vc1fTM>."

If it wasn't for "Seagate" and "Gateway"
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=b59cd2cc-ca7c-44ec-9874-0a6fb2dc6f21&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>and
"*Apple*
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=4a7b1756-bb85-4a4a-90cf-a132cdd90b03&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>"
you might have looked aside, and missed the import of "Microsoft."  If not
for Taylor's beautiful cross
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=f0ed64a7-20ac-40b0-803f-0245980e4bd7&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>
you
might not know that this thing is the arrow that *changes our direction
from South to Northeast
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=20475c13-73c2-46ae-a3e5-8e5d5bb0d4e9&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>,
I know, it's an eye sore... but it's what we have here--and we
should cherish it, we really should.*

*C HOW EVERYONE REALLY IS HOW*

[image: Image result for oracle logo]

[image: Image result] <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk6Dwfo_pKI>

MESS *I AN* I C ALL WHY

Every now and then, I feel like I have to remind you, that this *is a
signature**, *it's a very big one, it's on the Declaration of
Independence--signed by powerful influence, called John Hancock.   He
probably didn't know his name was related to *Yankee Doodle*, and Richard
Nixon probably wasn't aware that his name, and then name Michael" have
something to do with finding the *hard road to Heaven.  *If it wasn't for
Isaac, for his burning altar and God laughing his ass off about *the wood*,
we might not have connected it to Woodward and Burnstein--we might not have
seen anything about brothers in alms, up in arms about the psych ward.
At... "Broward <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Eggs_and_Ham>" and
Howard. <http://wsvn.com/news/help-me-howard/>

*The pen *himself *is* sure that we would have missed the link between
*revolutionizing* *voting* <http://bit.ly/2ugcxHC> and Die Bold, were it
not for this email--to be honest.  We're still missing the point,
*tenebris *is succeeding until you break the story.  Come on, trust in the
fact that *not seeing it* is certainly more evil than seeing it.  Don't you
think?

I'm sure there's more, but what will the world think of me, if all I do is
search high and low for people talking about my light
<http://meetdaeyeora.fromthemachine.org/x/c?c=1277028&l=10533433-3dbf-4fdf-a226-69d136a6e7a9&r=d14fdee4-2469-4049-85fa-60443abaffa6>
.

*I swear, I didn't do it.  Honestly, do you think it's going to help me get
a date or not?  I'm willing to bet it will.*

*Wh*▊* should we "do?"* <http://who.reallyhim.com/>

"*Yankee Doodle*" is a well-known British
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_the_United_Kingdom>-American
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_the_United_States> song, the early
versions of which date back to before the Seven Years' War
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Years%27_War> and the American
Revolution <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Revolution> (1775–83).[1]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yankee_Doodle#cite_note-abcnews-1> It is
often sung patriotically <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patriotic> in
the United
States <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States> today and is the state
anthem <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._state_songs>of
Connecticut <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut>.[2]
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yankee_Doodle#cite_note-2> Its Roud Folk
Song Index <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roud_Folk_Song_Index> number is
4501.
To tell you it's obvious *that Yankee Doodle*, is *about* the "Spockalypse"
is an understatement.  I think we can all CY now, but connecting his
feathered "cap" to the crown of Osiris
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osiris> and the story of*Shu*
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shu_(Egyptian_god)> ... to see his little
pony is on fire, and not only is it a horse in Revelation, it's a
civilization (or is it a computer?) here and there too.  This story is
about setting the horse free--but not without some "talking lessons"
straight out of Nickelodeon.  It means "light," the feather is a metaphor *for
light.*

*Speaking of Shu, and of Amoz, Joshua I called this... "Min to Supermax"*
<http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-C6GVnavnCqM/WYhlun2mWOI/AAAAAAAAAjY/3rbde62qu4IMNyBK8gGryU-TEUSLjrwIQCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/image-762350.png>

<http://bit.ly/2fm6uut>
<http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-VkQdj4MikLM/WYhlu49ViBI/AAAAAAAAAjo/-vuV0rCKcQsTLMk5MBTILrTHMHHR-gGaACK4BGAYYCw/s1600/image-763351.png>

behold, I are  <http://adv.reallyhim.com>
coming... <http://adv.reallyhim.com>


*can you tell us what IT is?*


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