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Re: The H.I. Letter - June 2008

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  • prometheus_973
    Hi All, Yes, HK mentioned the NINE Supreme Court Justices in his example of the infamous Clarence Thomas. Next, the example was of the candidates chosen by
    Message 1 of 6 , May 30 9:33 PM
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      Hi All,
      Yes, HK mentioned the NINE Supreme Court Justices
      in his "example" of the infamous Clarence Thomas.
      Next, the "example" was of the candidates chosen by
      the NINE Founding Members of the Knights Templars.
      But Klemp forgot to mention any connection to the
      NINE Silent Ones of EK and, thus, did not use the
      EK Principle of the Threes!

      [Klemp's post cognitive abilities of looking at the
      past (20/200 hindsight) is how he manipulates the
      present]

      And, once again, Klemp not only dwells in the past,
      but also uses tunnel vision (again) to make an analogy.
      What about Thomas' testimony before Congress and
      the despicable way Anita Hill was treated? As a lower
      courts judge, lawyer, and law school student Thomas
      was mediocre at best... like Klemp! HK overlooks
      Thomas' "moral" behaviour as Mish points out in her
      post on HONESTY.

      BTW- HK mentions in his H.I. Letter article that "LIFE"
      is the "NO-NONSENSE TUTOR!" And Henry the VIII was
      the No-Nonsense Tudor! LOL!

      Anyway isn't this "Tutor" really the KAL! Of course! Why
      would Klemp omit mentioning the KAL? Probably because
      KAL has more power and authority than Klemp... the so-
      called LEM/Mahanta! Therefore, KAL is the NO-NONSENSE
      TUTOR of ECKists as well... and KAL doesn't require a yearly
      monetary ($) membership donation, service requirements,
      training classes, or the purchase of EK Materials to help
      him live a financially secretive and grand lifestyle!

      Prometheus

      etznab@... wrote:
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      There are also Nine Supreme Court Justices. I believe.
      (At the present, and for some time.)
      >
      Etznab
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