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PostSubject: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Sat Sep 19, 2009 5:13 pm

The Kent State shootings, also known as the May 4 massacre or Kent-State massacre,[2][3][4] occurred at Kent State University in the city of Kent, Ohio, and involved the shooting of unarmed college students by members of the Ohio National Guard on Monday, May 4, 1970. The guardsmen fired 67 rounds over a period of 13 seconds, killing four students and wounding nine others, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis.[5]

And outstanding example of how numbers and people combine to make history. Notice the above numbers in the article. 67 rounds fired, equals 13, killing 4 students and wounding 9 others equals 13 again? Could it be coincidence? Of course not.

What's my point? !3 is God's favorite number, and does that mean that God was behind the killings? Of course not. It simply means that the number 13 is leading the way here, and that there is a deeper control here in all things mathematic.

I have said for some time that God does all things by the numbers, and he does. The question is do you have knowledge of the numbers so that you may be able to see what the numbers are saying?

It took me twenty/20 years/ 20 tears to come to this understanding, please know that there is nothing that is done that is not supposed to happen. Please understand that although you are here as a free morale agent, you do not have the ability to override the sovereign in his design for your purpose and your prior agreement to that purpose. Your prior agreement always over rides the free will.

The fact that you do not remember does not count at all in the equation except for the fact that you have grace through your ignorance of that fact, and you are covered by that "not knowing", through the doctrine of grace.

On May the 5th 1970 I was standing outside of Oklahoma City hitchhiking and was picked up by some guys in a pick up truck with a home made camper on the truck.

I was wearing an Army olive drab field jacket which of course was green, and had long hair. This was a sign in those days that you were a rebel against the government, which I was.

These guys picked me up in their truck. After I got in they proceeded to tell me they just left Kent State Ohio, and that they started the shooting that caused the National Guard to start shooting the students, where 4 were killed. They showed me a lot of weapons and ammo they had inside of a box they had built into the camper.

They wanted to recruit me as one of them, so they gave me real good crystal meth, and I snorted it and got real high as it was the best crystal meth I ever had. For you that may not know, crystal meth is speed. A heavy drug.

They had a poster up in the back of their camper that was of their LEADER. His name was John Sinclair, who was convicted of two joints of pot and spent a few years in jail because of it.

These guys were radicals and they were typical of the time and I was a good prospect they thought. I rode with them to Flagstaff Arizona and got out by declining their invitation to join.

Crosby, Stills, Nash, and young wrote a song about this incident, and it was called "Four dead in Ohio" and I knew all the back story of this incident of history in the U.S. during the 60's.

The guys that picked me up were called the "White Panthers" according to them, and they were sympathetic to the famous Black Panthers of the same time period.

And That was my brush with history of the 60's.

P.S. To this day no one knows who fired the first shots at Kent State, I know it was the White Panthers as they bragged about it to me.
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Thu Sep 24, 2009 6:54 pm

Before ever reading this Gabe, visions popped into my mind of you of earlier times and my thoughts went something like this................

Now I wonder how hold Gabe was in say 69, 70, (21 or so), so he lived during the height of the flower power, hippie revolution and so on............and then I had this picture of you with long hair and the usual hippie attire.

And then I thought about how you are now and the journey you have lived through and the place where your at now.

I did smile a bit I must say. :swirlb: That coloured swirl is for those psychodelic times my friend. he, he. Thanks for being here with us at this time.
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:07 pm

I love you biggs and the spirit that dwells within you is truly awesome, and yes I am 60 years old today, and I was 21 in 1970 when this incident took place.

The cool part is this, I was just an ordinary guy hitchhiking and was picked up by revolutionaries that had an agenda to change the world and they showed me their weapons to try to get me to join their group and they gave me their great drugs, which were awesome at the time, but still I choose not to go with them.

Several years later the great John Lennon did a concert for the leader of the white panthers John Sinclair, and Lennon helped bring attention to the harsh pot laws in the United States because of the conviction of John Sinclair.

The curves that life throws at us are awesome.
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:09 pm

Remember any of these images Gabe?

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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:16 pm

WOW mic is all I can say. You mic are the wizard of video clips, I have never seen anybody find things like you do so quickly, you have a special talent my dear friend.

What great and tragic memories, thank you for bringing my youth back to me.
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Wed Sep 30, 2009 6:38 pm

" was wearing an Army olive drab field jacket which of course was green, and had long hair. This was a sign in those days that you were a rebel against the government, which I was."

You've shorn your rebel locks ?

Not me man.
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Wed Sep 30, 2009 6:47 pm

LongHunter wrote:
" was wearing an Army olive drab field jacket which of course was green, and had long hair. This was a sign in those days that you were a rebel against the government, which I was."

You've shorn your rebel locks ?

Not me man.


Yes I've shorn my locks. Just got tired of the maintenance actually.
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:30 pm

Gabriel wrote:
LongHunter wrote:
" was wearing an Army olive drab field jacket which of course was green, and had long hair. This was a sign in those days that you were a rebel against the government, which I was."

You've shorn your rebel locks ?

Not me man.


Yes I've shorn my locks. Just got tired of the maintenance actually.

Nothing but a wash, then have my woman braid it. Not rebel locks though as I'm more of a border ruffian.


Something to leave behind, even if it's hanging off a lodge pole.

Hey Gabriel, who do you think really murdered John Lennon ?

The same folk who staged the whole Iranian Hostage Crisis con job ?
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PostSubject: Re: MY CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH HISTORY   Wed Sep 30, 2009 10:42 pm

I feel Lennons murder was political all the way. Best bets, MK ultra mind control unit sent the killer. Also a little known fact, the killer whose name I can't remember right now, his family were close personal friends with George H W Bush and family.

Isn't that and odd coincidence????????

Also Nixon tried for years to have Lennon deported, but failed, so they killed him because he was becoming to political.
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