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First Attempt for publicity placed in the Boston Pheonix in 1987.
"One window for world peace is broken and gone. There's work to do to open the next one. Laws to pass, seen nowhere else. A few future portions of the Bible to learn. False translations to unlearn. Amazing spiritual world facts. ... "
I'm an unusual Israeli. I've only lived there three and a half years from '96 - '00, gaining my citizenship in the second year, but I've begun to understand a perspective they have on the world. Much of the world carries names founded on early Hebrew words and far predate the discovery of the Americas. For instance the 'ham at the end of many city and town names in Great Britain originally meant "warm" and spread to colonies which became the early U.S., like the Town of Needham where I grew up. The state north of there is New HAMshire, and the 'shire had origins in the word "gate" in Hebrew, so that translates roughly to "New warm gate." France pronounced backwards is the Hebrew word for "burn" from a time when fire was the key to survival. The two words ei and taul sound like the name Italy from the prefix for 'impossible' or 'island' and the word 'journey'. Greece sounds like the word for 'version of text'. Haiti might have derived it's name from cochaiti, meaning 'I got strength'. The "Nativity Scene" probably originated from the word 'path'. The list goes on and on.
On the other side of the scale is the origin of the word 'Latin'. Torah used the word for Pharaoh's witchcraft. 'Catholic' has roots or became the word 'carnage'. The name 'Timothy' is nearly the Hebrew word for 'her future death'.
Since high school,...I was "homeless, and exposed to the cold (hospitalized)...," joined the Army, went to UMass, started publicizing, got stuck near Cape Cod without work for years, wrote creative material, and got arrested at least seven times standing for what I believe in. No arrests for fights, but false testimonies, false arrest, etc., never leading to any convictions. The chants against Plymouth Police, I started in response to mistreatments, weren't accepted as true prophecy by enough of the courts, press, government, etc., to prevent my commitment to a mental hospital. Three officers on separate occasions had pretended not to know me after my canvas of about 500 homes in the immediate area two years before, a strong newspaper ad in The Boston Pheonix, campaigns at local colleges, a solicitation permit in Miami Beach, and more. My poverty level was legislated as prohibited from release, and therefore I was coerced to accept disability money.
I took some of my first retroactive payment, and went to Israel until my money ran out. In the meantime, I've got two lofty goals.
The first, is to return the U.S. to the ideals our founders tried to instill. The dominant political parties have again outlived their viability. They must be dissolved, or reorganized and renamed, to bury the atrocious shame they've brought on us. They consider themselves spiritually superior to their predecessors, whom dissolved gracefully. Their dangerous confusions start with the criminal status of safe recreational drugs, and end with the attack or destruction of well intentioned, sovereign nations.
The second goal, as I stated above, is to change my religion. This is my proposal. Did you know that the Book of Isaiah can be seen as a braid of several themes? When the prose is unbraided, points about the messiah Jeshurun are found. His native tongue isn't Hebrew, and he has trouble speaking in the language (28:11). He will form a branch of Judaism likely to swallow or influence all the other branches (11:1).
Marriage Prophecy (a.k.a. total confusion)I think this should be a new branch of theology, since all the future prophecies about marriage are in one area of the Old Testament, and ambiguous.
They're in Isaiah, and around my descriptions. Reading one way shows me excluded from marriage, as if to say, you've been awarded in here, and now other prophets will have blessings specific to each. That interpretation says I'm single my whole life, but in a surprising way with a miracle attached. Those marriages may correspond to three prophets.
Another interpretation has the reader believing in my future marriages, plural. Chapter 54 of Isaiah mentions two women in a braid of themes, with some possibility of polygamy.
Reading Isaiah a third way associates me with just one wife, encrypted in Chapter 29 as the description of a city. The encryption there is strong. I don't think casual readers can see the description of a city as a wife whatsoever.
Finding the last interpretation I know involves a Prophet unnamed in Isaiah, but reintroduced famously through a contact or two with me. I see a fifth prominent older prophet unmentioned but found subliminally.
If Chapter 54 turns out to be true, my first significant-other might or might not be Jewish, but the second 'wife' is absolutely, and she is guaranteed to have at least one child.
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