Thursday, May 12, 2016

223 | ' I AM THE MASTER OF MY FATE', phrase of emphasis at Invictus Games







Recall the 'Royal Family' vs 'Barack and Michelle' promo before the Invictus Games began.


Notice the 223 on the UK runner, and 239 on the U.S. athlete.  The U.S. is 239-years old, with a big relations to the U.K.... a big '223' relationship.

http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/05/9-113-president-obama-michelle-invite.html

20 comments:

  1. Milo where u at???? Spurs are dead baby!!!

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    1. I'm surprised they were eliminated. But here's what I'm thinking: The Heat are gonna come back against the Raps, and Lebron vs Wade will be hyped up. More people will pay attention to that series, and Lebron will struggle but still win the series. Then people are gonna think "oh Lebron's struggling" "Curry is gonna kill him" kind of thing. Then people will bet on Golden State to win the finals, and the Cavs take it instead.

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    2. Very odd that the Game 7 (if necessary) starts at 3:30PM. Usually Game 7's are given national spotlight at a primetime hour. I fully expect the Heat to bring it to Game 7, and then win it.

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    3. It's a Sunday so 3:30 and 12:30 pacific time is PRIMETIME SO. I expect a heat vs cavs ecf too

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    4. OKC will beat GS bc they won with 121 pts that day before all star that correlated with nba finals.

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    5. Damn i knew they weren't gonna have those old ass spurs in the wcf, this should be an interesting series. Thunder vs. warriors. Should draw a lot of ratings.

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  2. 'I am the master of my fate' is the second to last line in the poem 'Invictus' by William Earnest Henley (Henley = 33). The last line, 'I am the Captain of my soul' = 93, 102
    My wife really likes that poem, we even have it framed. I wish I could like something that wasn't completely drowned in Freemasonry for once; they're everywhere!

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    1. That's because we are in the Freemason world. We have to break out so that we can build our own world where everyone can create as they desire.

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    2. Why can't u still like it though? It's wonderful inspiring stuff. No one can determine what has meaning to you except you. That would be like deciding u aren't allowed to interpet the message of a movie or painting for yourself because the director meant this and that's the only way u are allowed to view it.
      Any nefarious message will only work if u believe it has that kind of power over u. Why let it?

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  3. I saw a little of this Invictus thing on TV. I couldn't help but feel sad for the soldiers in it. The monarchs and presidents in the ceremony, watching these people compete that were maimed in wars they started. Sickening.

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  4. Also I think this is the sort of thing that will keep bringing about "the kingdom of iron and clay". Merging humans with technology. Having these athletes with bionic arms etc. they also are mocking Jesus with the logo of "I AM" by highlighting the letters of Invictus games.

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    1. Anything on Steve McElvene? A PG for Dayton who

      Dies Unexpectedly---191, 1250(j) on 5-12.

      Steve--71
      McElvene---79, 474
      Steve McElvene---150, 900

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    2. He was a center. Flyers = 85 = Basketball.... Ohio...

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  6. MAI is the common Roman abbreviation word for the Roman Calendar month of MAIUS (dedicated to Maia).

    http://www.aerobiologicalengineering.com/wxk116/Roman/Calendar/

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  7. When did that 15 yr old boy from Quebec, Canada (French month of May is MAI) discover that missing in action Mayan city?

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