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Old 06-08-2012, 08:01 PM   #692
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Arrow Connor 93

The number 93 is of great significance in Thelema, a religious philosophy founded by English author and occultist Aleister Crowley in 1904 with the writing of The Book of the Law (also known as Liber AL vel Legis)...The word gimel is related to gemul, which means 'justified repayment', or the giving of reward and punishment...

It is common for Thelemites to greet each other with "93" in person as well as in the opening and closing of written correspondence. This custom derives from Aleister Crowley's guideline that Thelemites should greet each other with the Law of Thelema by saying "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law." Since saying the entire Law can be cumbersome, using 93 has become a kind of shorthand....
"i know, on a daily basis, the press covers the event post-9/11 but i feel, frankly, abandoned. if i question anything about the official story i'm called a conspiracy theorist. my daughter was on the 93rd floor of tower two and five minutes after the first plane hit she was on the phone to the park avenue office of regis business international where she worked, in the trade center offices. four or five months pregnant, depending on if you listen to the family myth or what the medical examiner told me when he looked at the fetal bones.

"they were not safe. but she was almost saved. my daughter's body was one of only about 283 whole and intact bodies. the funeral director--they pulled her out of the rubble on september 24th--the funeral director told me, when they notified us on july 6th and he picked up her body, that she looked exactly as i would have expected her to look. so i asked to see her.

"my daughter was found ten feet from an alley, whole and intact. she wasn't crushed, she didn't fall. she had injuries--blunt trauma to her head, her neck, her femur. her autopsy report is public record...
Sarah Jeanette Connor is a fictional character from the Terminator films and the television series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. She was played by American actress Linda Hamilton in the films and by English actress Lena Headey in the TV series. The character develops greatly over the course of these productions, from a timid victim of the first film to a hardened warrior on the verge of losing touch with her own humanity...In a deleted scene of the episode "The Demon Hand", details of Sarah's childhood are revealed during a session with Dr. Peter Silberman...
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