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Frances Cress Welsing lived from March 18, 1935 to  January 2, 2016.

The response to her passing reflected the profound impact her seminal work “The Isis Papers: The Key To Colors” had on many people from all walks of life.

Praises for her work and steadfast commitment to uplifting Black people were expressed from her peers and the general community.

On January 2, 2016 Chuck D of the legendary Hip-Hop group Public Enemy tweeted:

“RIP to the elder Dr. Frances Cress Welsing.. the inspiration behind FEAR OF A BLACK PLANET via


Chuck D would later expound on his previously expressed sentiments on November 30, 2019, when he tweeted:

“The album Fear Of A Black Planet was spawn from the seed of this Black Womans theory. Dr Frances Cress Welsing attacked racism & it’s weak philosophy with a vengeance knowing her props would be few. Hence ⁦@harryallen personally handed her a plaque. Unprecedented.”

Hip-Hop journalist Harry Allen was one of the first to make public online when he tweeted on January 2, 2016 at 8:53 a.m. :

“Dr. Frances Cress Welsing died at 5:50 am, Sat., Jan. 2, from a stroke she suffered, mid-week.

The void she leaves has no boundary.”

The great appreciation of the life of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing was expressed by Public Enemy members such as the legendary “Minister of Information” Prof Griff, who before Dr. Welsing made her transition, tweeted on December 16, 2016:




The attention that Public Enemy garnered with their use of concepts Dr. Welsing put forth was reflected in the following Los Angeles Times article :

Special Report : Public Enemy and a Psychiatrist’s Theory of Race : Review copies of ‘Fear of a Black Planet’ contain her 15-page booklet on white supremacy

April 29, 1990

Public Enemy is being put on the hot seat again.
The controversial rap group made headlines last spring when its Minister of Information, Professor Griff, declared that Jews were responsible for “the majority of wickedness” in the world. (Griff later backed away from the statement and has since left the group.)
* In January, the band released a new single, “Welcome to the Terrordome,” which prompted more uproar over lyric references to crucifixion and “so-called chosen” people that were decried as anti-Semitic by Jewish leaders. (The band’s chieftain, Chuck D, insists the lyrics referred to his treatment by the media.)
Now the band has become embroiled in another flap. When key pop critics around the country received “review” copies of the band’s new album, “Fear of a Black Planet,” which is distributed by Columbia Records, they were also sent a 15-page booklet titled “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy).”

The booklet, written by Dr. Frances L. Cress Welsing, a Washington-based psychiatrist, “should be seen as some of the inspiration for ‘Fear of a Black Planet,’ ” said Harry Allen, the group’s Director of Enemy Relations.
That’s what bothers some critics, who were shocked by the booklet’s unusual theories about white supremacy. “It’s understandable to be frustrated and infuriated by racism,” said Entertainment Weekly music critic Greg Sandow, who referred to the booklet in his column as “a miserable new chapter” in the Public Enemy story.

“But this explanation is really loony. It’s crackpot and offensive.

You don’t know whether to laugh or weep.”

New York Daily News pop music writer David Hinckley, who said he’s writing a column about the booklet, added: “This will probably cause another controversy.

And I’m not at all sure, from my dealings with the group, that they wouldn’t welcome it.”
Reviewing the album earlier this month, Times pop music critic Robert Hilburn described “Fear of a Black Planet” as a work of “confrontational social commentary” whose title track “questions the integrity of a nation where, as Chuck D. maintains, black blood is considered impure.”

Reviewing the album earlier this month, Times pop music critic Robert Hilburn described “Fear of a Black Planet” as a work of “confrontational social commentary” whose title track “questions the integrity of a nation where, as Chuck D. maintains, black blood is considered impure.”

Welsing’s booklet couches this theory in more academic terms. She holds that racism resulted after “white or color-deficient Europeans responded psychologically with a profound sense of numerical inadequacy and color inferiority upon their confrontations with the massive majority of the world’s people, all of whom possessed varying degrees of color producing capacity.”

Among its other arguments:
* “That whites do indeed desire to have colored skin can be seen by anyone at the very first signs of spring or summer when they begin to strip off their clothes . . . in an attempt to add some color to their white, pale, colorless bodies.”
* “Whites desire sexual alliances with the ‘non-whites,’ both male and female, because it is only through this route that whites can achieve the illusion of producing color.”
* “The body area attacked during most lynchings of black males by white males is the area of the genitals where the powerful color-producing genetic material is stored.”
Welsing, who is celebrated as one of 36 “Legends in Our Time” in the currentissue of Essence magazine, says her theory of pigment envy is the foundation of her general and child psychiatry practice. She has never met Public Enemy. “I’d never heard of them–I’m not a big expert on popular culture,” she said. “But I’ve talked to Harry Allen, who said the band had apparently heard some of the tapes of my lectures.”
Welsing’s Color-Confrontation theory was first published in 1970 when she was an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Howard University. She says she was subsequently denied tenure. “It was definitely because of my political theories. I spoke with the head of the medical school who told me he felt my ideas did not make sense.”

While Welsing is delighted that Public Enemy is spreading her message, she didn’t appear surprised that some critics–in particular white critics–found the theory outlandish.

“I define racism as a global system of behavior that exists for the purpose of white genetic survival. I understand that my theory is disturbing. But science can be disturbing.

If you don’t like the truth, you kill the person who speaks it. But it’s still the truth.
“If you saw the recent cover story in Time magazine (“America’s Changing Color: What Will the U.S. Be Like When Whites Are No Longer the Majority”) you’d see my point. That was an alarm. The white people writing those stories have a real fear of genetic annihilation.”
However some critics contend that by saying racism has a genetic origin, Welsing brands all whites as racist. Not so, she says.
“I’m saying that white people must first acknowledge that something awful has been going on, just as the Germans would have to accept responsibility for what they did in the Holocaust. Unfortunately, in white America, there’s a denial among 99% of the people that anything has happened.
“If they read my book, they would see I’m asking white people to respect themselves. Because if they respect themselves, they would respect others and get along with the other people on this planet instead of killing them off.”
Allen said Wesling’s booklet was sent out with “total input” from Chuck D: “He knows everything I do.” However, the Public Enemy leader refused to comment on the booklet. CBS Records corporate publicity chief Bob Altschuler had no comment, saying he had not seen the booklet.

The band’s manager, Russell Simmons, responded: “They just read it to me–I didn’t see anything that shocked me.”
Asked if the controversial topic didn’t raise a warning signal, he replied: “ Everything they do raises warning signals. But I don’t get involved in everything they do.”

Allen defended the booklet, saying, “We drop bombs. And we don’t make any of this stuff up. We consider Dr. Welsing an important voice because of her standing in the African community, the intellectual level of her study and its lack of deference to white standards.”

Told that some critics found Welsing’s theories outlandish and crackpot, Allen replied: “Is it more outlandish or crackpot than white supremacy?

Or flipping through the TV and seeing white people every time? Or seeing white faces on every magazine cover? Or walking through Harlem and seeing poor black people for miles and miles?”
Still, the early reviews aren’t very positive. “I’ve always liked the band,” Sandow said. “But if they believe they’re part of a political struggle in this country, I can’t see how writing off all white people is going to help them.”


On January 17, 2016 there was a memorial ceremony held at Howard University, which was the institution Dr. Welsing earned her M.D. and worked as an assistant professor:


The following is from The Final Call Newspaper, written by ASHAHED M. MUHAMMAD:


Dr. Frances Cress Welsing
CHICAGO—​The life and work of renowned psychiatrist, lecturer, and author Dr. Frances Cress Welsing was celebrated February 6 at Rev. Dr. Leon Finney’s Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church in Bronzeville on the city’s South Side.
Dr. Welsing’s “Cress Theory of Color Confrontation and Racism,” and her ground-breaking work “The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors” influenced the minds of generations of Black students and thinkers.
She died in Washington, D.C. Jan. 2 after complications from a stroke. She was 80. Many came to show their love and appreciation for her work spanning decades.
Although he had only been contacted earlier that same morning by Dr. Conrad Worrill to share words and was in the midst of a busy schedule, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan said he had to make the time to speak about the woman whom he called the “Psychiatrist of the Black Nation.”
Dr Frances Cress-Welsing
I am so honored to be here with you to celebrate the precious life of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing,” said Min. Farrakhan. “She attempted the uphill road and she accomplished a golden life.
She fought the good fight and was a winner all the way along the road. She never gave up on us!
She was always there when we needed a word to uplift us because she was the psychiatrist of the Black Nation! She was the one that we in leadership, when it got a little rough, we could sit down with Dr. Welsing and she would give us the medicine that we needed so that we would get back on the road into the fight and continue,” he noted.
Min. Farrakhan said Dr. Frances Cress Welsing was among many members of the Black Nationalist community who inspired, encouraged, nurtured and protected him, when he began to rebuild the Nation of Islam and reestablish the work of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.
In many cities, it was members of the Black Nationalist community who secured venues for him to speak and secured him.
During the service officiated by Dr. Conrad Worrill, Dr. Welsing was remembered as a courageous warrior and scholar, and a noble woman who touched many lives.
Min. Farrakhan stressed the importance of telling the youth and others about Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s works and making sure that the enemies of truth are not allowed to misrepresent her works in the area of the study of the mind and the impact of White Supremacy not just on Black people, but society at all levels.
Noting the words in the Holy Qur’an, Min. Farrakhan said because she lived her life in service to others, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing can never die.
“Think not of those who die or are slain in the way of God as dead, they are alive—the Holy Qur’an says—but you perceive not,” said Min. Farrakhan. “How is Dr. Welsing yet alive?
She’s alive in the work that she did that the grave can’t hold. She’s alive in the knowledge that she gave and the books and papers that she wrote that can feed generations to come,” he added.
Frances Cress Welsing, Isis Ascendant: Teaching Self-Respect, Reasoning and Resistance
By Dr. Maulana Karenga
Published January 14, 2016

The passing of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing (1935-2016) calls on us to pause and pay rightful homage to her—this accomplished and committed psychiatrist, activist-intellectual, author, way-opener and African woman of great weight and worth in the world. She audaciously and defiantly inserted herself in the annals of psychiatry and behavioral science and in the resistance discourse of Black people with her controversial and influential “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)”.
And she would, amidst continued consternation from some and increasing admiration from others, dare to extend and deepen discussion of this provocative theory in her major work The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors. She chose Isis as the divine, moral and social image and ideal for the title of her major work.
We praise her, then, as Isis Ascendant, herself, moulder and maker of men, women and children, restorer, protector and preserver of the people; she who “admires truth and justice and made justice stronger than gold and silver”, as she states in her preface.
Through her writing and her professional practice, lectures, interviews and debates, she enriched and expanded our discussion, moving it beyond victim analysis and pioneering a bold initiative of psycho-analyzing the oppressor and his disorder and deficiencies.
And she challenged us to think calmly and rationally, develop a deep self-respect and engage in serious and sustained resistance against this psychological and social disorder which is one of the world’s most persistent and pervasive problems, racism, i.e., White supremacy.
Dr. Cress Welsing enters the progressive and radical Black intellectual tradition, then, reversing the customary order of psychiatric study, turning the focus of diagnosis, prognosis and prescription for an identified pathology on the oppressor rather than the oppressed, on the victimizer rather than the victims.
It is part of the project of the continuing search Black people have engaged in since meeting White people. Indeed, it is a constant quest for the answer to an unescapable question: what is the etiology, the ultimate source, of White peoples’ unprovoked hatred, hostility, violence and domination directed so ruthlessly and irrationally toward Black people and other people of color?
Borrowing from Neely Fuller’s work, Textbook for Victims of White Supremacy, she focuses on White supremacy as the “only functional racism in the known universe”.
She reasoned it is this globalized system of behavior and practice which opens the way to discovering the source of Whites’ behavior toward peoples of color. Moreover, Cress Welsing agrees with and cites W.E.B. DuBois’ contention that “the problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color line”. And she argues that the problem requires “an adequate analysis of the nature of the color line, the exact nature of local and global racism”, White supremacy.
Thus, she urges an “ever-increasing understanding of the behavioral phenomenon of white supremacy as a global terroristic power system”. She noted that “as a psychiatrist, my thinking tended to focus on what possible motivational force, operative at both the individual and group levels, could account for and explain the evolution of these patterns of social behavioral practice seemingly functional in all areas of human activity (economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war)”.
Cress Welsing reasoned that the drive for White supremacy, like “any neurotic drive for superiority and supremacy is founded upon a deep and pervading sense of inadequacy and inferiority”. Moreover, she contended that this profound sense of deficiency is rooted in Whites’ realization that the “quality of whiteness is indeed a genetic inadequacy or a relative deficiency, state or disease based upon the genetic inability to produce the skin pigments of melanin which are responsible for all skin coloration”.
Given that the majority of peoples of the world are people of color, Whites, she maintains, have this deep fear of genetic annihilation. Thus, Whites have “an uncontrollable sense of hostility and aggression developed defensively which has continued to manifest itself throughout the entire historical epoch of mass confrontation of whites with non-whites” or people of color. Here Cress Welsing contends, “racism is a behavioral system for survival of white people” as well as a drive to dominate.
Although she had early identified melanin as a key concept in her theoretical framework for understanding White supremacy, she realized that it was racism, itself, in all its manifestations that had to be confronted, resisted and destroyed.
Therefore, in an interview, she states “If I had my way, there wouldn’t be all the discussion about melanin. I would say ‘discuss white supremacy’ ”. Again, then, it is racism, White supremacy as violent imposition, ideology and institutional arrangement that must be engaged and defeated.
She saw our oppression as “open warfare being waged against the Black collective”, a war which is genocidal in its intention and impact.
Although we might argue about its intention, history and daily life document its disruptive, disabling, devastating and ongoing impact. Focusing on the struggle in Ferguson, Dr. Cress Welsing reaffirms, in the face of post-racial fantasies, the ongoing and aggressive character of racism, asserting that “all the issues that are in Ferguson are related to racism/white supremacy”, especially the constant killing of Black males and creating “living death” in various ways.
She counsels us to remember we are Africans and the standards of excellence this identity obligates and encourages us to honor. “Black people have to get in their mind frame that ‘Black’ means dignity and being serious, that people respect each other” and that “the strength of Black people (is) valuing themselves, respecting themselves and having dignity”.
And as we say in Kawaida, we must engage in righteous and relentless struggle to secure free space in which we can develop and flourish. Thus, she says, we must: “get over fear; learn and understand what is happening; begin thinking (deep); start getting quiet so you can think; begin analyzing and planning; learn the meaning and practice of deep self-respect” and engage in “the ultimate organizing of all of the appropriate behavior necessary to neutralize the great injustice of the white supremacy power system” and bring “justice and peace to planet Earth” (emphasis mine).
Dr. Cress Welsing advises us that we must develop and direct our lives toward “the ultimate goal of liberation and justice”. Therefore, what we do in life must be evaluated by whether a given pattern of behavior detracts from or enhances our struggle for total liberation.
She states, “if the behavior detracts from the long-range objective, it must be eliminated. If the behavior enhances the achievement of the ultimate goal, it must be reinforced among the people”.
Like our foremother, Anna Julia Cooper, Dr. Cress Welsing teaches and tells us repeatedly, our struggle is a “joint struggle” with Black male and Black female.
There is no single sex or gender liberation.
Liberation is a collective concept and practice which raises up and pushes forward each and all of us.
“When both Black male and Black female take up the struggle for justice against white supremacy, they are endowed with the strongest possible (e)nsurance that they will be united” and succeed, she says. For “they are united in a common effort against injustice and simultaneously they express the strongest possible statement about respect and love for themselves as individuals”.
And “they confer on themselves the highest possible value”—by self-consciously and cooperatively winning and building the quality relationships and the ever expanding realm of human freedom, health, well-being and flourishing they want and deserve.
Dr. Maulana Karenga, Professor and Chair of Africana Studies, California State University-Long Beach; Executive Director, African American Cultural Center (Us); Creator of Kwanzaa; and author of Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture and Essays on Struggle: Position and Analysis,;;
Tony Browder & Dr. Welsing
Neely Fuller & Dr. Welsing
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The Kwanzaa celebration is culminated on January 1st, with the affirmation of the 7th Principle Imani, which means “Faith” in KiSwahili.

The Kwanzaa Holiday, which is strongly embedded in the energy of the number 7 vibration, shares its 7th day of celebration, with 7 countries who also celebrate their independence on the same day.

The countries that celebrate their independence on January 1st are:

Haiti, January 1, 1804

Sudan, January 1, 1956

Cuba, January 1, 1959

Cameroon, January 1, 1960

Samoa,  January 1, 1962

Brunei, January 1, 1984

Czech Republic, January 1, 1993

The concept of “Independence” is intrinsic with the understanding of “Faith” or “Imani”, its equivalent in KiSwahili.


The numerology of the word “Imani” is in synchronicity with the day it’s celebrated on the 1st, which is represented as “1”.








The connection to the number 1,  is not a mere consequence of an exercise in numerology but boldly speaks to the intended purpose of the Kwanzaa Holiday.

That intended purpose underlying Kwanzaa is that people of African ancestry become “ONE” and put themselves “FIRST”.

The notions of “becoming one”, “putting themselves first”  and “Independence” are inherent in the meaning contained in the numerology of the number 1.

According to one writer on the subject:

“The vibrational essence of the number 1 is associated with many meaningful attributes including independence, positivity, ambition, leadership, and new beginnings.”


The attributes associated with the number 1 cannot be achieved unless the individual, the particular ethnic group or nation applies the principle of Imani and demonstrates  “FAITH” in  themselves and their traditions.

The great Marcus Garvey once declared:

“If you haven’t confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life.

With confidence, you have won even before you have started. ”

The confidence Marcus Garvey is referring to, can only exist if one has a higher level understanding and application of the Imani Principle.

There is a deeper connection to the 7th day of Kwanzaa and the 7 countries whose independence on January 1st, than the day in common.

The numerology of the English translation of Imani, which is “Faith” yields other meaningful correspondences to becoming one, first and independent.

The single digit reduction of each letter in the word “FAITH” is as follows:








The 26 inherent in the word FAITH, brings us to the first day of Kwanzaa which is on the 26th of December.

Furthermore it is a metaphysical reference to the fact, that FAITH is linked to the first principle of Kwanzaa which is Umoja.

From the first day of Kwanzaa on December 26th to the last day on January 1st, which upholds the principle Imani, which in English is FAITH and equals 26, offers the message on the inter-relationship  between Umoja/Unity and Imani/Faith.

Unity is another expression of the metaphysical attribute of the number 1, which is reflected in the numerology of Imani.


The number 26 is also present with Cuba who achieved independence on January 1, 1959.

The  number 26 appears with the start of the Cuban Revolution on July 26, 1953.

The numerology of the date of Cuban independence on January 1, 1959 is as follows:

January =1,


Remember Kwanzaa begins on December 26th and the historical relationship bond Cuba has with the African Diaspora.

The number 26 carries great significance in the esoteric/occult realm, namely YHWH, the Tetragrammaton.


The Haitian Revolution fought from August 14, 1791 to January 1, 1804, embodies all principles of the Nguzo Saba, including Imani/ Faith.

The FAITH of those who participated  in the Haitian Revolution was Vodun, also known as Vodou or Voodoo.

With the Haitian celebration of  independence and the last day of Kwanzaa occurring the same day, provides an opportunity to explore the Imani/Faith Principle.

The Haitian Revolution was an example of faith in African traditions used to bring African people together to provide solutions for African people.

The numerology of the name HAITI is:









Haiti and Cuba share the same day of independence, 155 years apart.

Th numerology of 155 is 1+5+5= 11.

The number 11 is considered to be a Master Number, which brings higher intuition and spiritual insight, supernatural abilities, increased sensitivity, as well as empathy and natural intelligence. The number eleven is a sign of enormous power – both mental and physical. In addition, this is the first master number from a total of three (11, 22 and 33). This number is the root of all other master numbers.”

The impetus of the Haitian Revolution was an elevated understanding of the Imani/ Faith Principle.

The Haitian Revolution was initiated by the Bwa Kayiman Vodun Ceremony on August 14, 1791.


There is a synchronized  metaphysical relationship between 7th Principle of the Nguzo Saba, which is Imani and the 7 countries which celebrate their independence on January 1st.

This metaphysical relationship once properly understood, provides a model for how celebrants of Kwanzaa can achieve their liberation.

The occult connection of  the 7th day of Kwanzaa to the Cuban and Haitian  Revolutions, among others, clearly illustrate that FAITH in Afrikan traditions are pathway to liberation.

The words of Boukman officiating the Bwa Kayiman Ceremony remind us of this Imani/Faith Principle, when he uttered following prayer:

“The god who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us light. The god who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds; who watch us from where you are. You see all that the white has made us suffer. The white man’s god asks him to commit crimes. But the god within us wants to do good. Our god, who is so good, so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It’s He who will direct our arms and bring us the victory. It’s He who will assist us. We all should throw away the image of the white men’s god who is so pitiless. Listen to the voice for liberty that speaks in all our hearts.”

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Reggae music has no boundaries, like the Black Cat Archetype19, it reflects.

“REGGAE” equals 19 under Chaldean numerology and due to its esoteric composition, is also metaphysically linked with the Black Cat pantheon, namely the Lion.

On any given day, one can find upcoming as well as established Reggae artists, performing anywhere on the continent. Reggae music is being played in homes, radio stations and clubs all over Africa.

Reggae music has historically been linked to Africa.

Reggae artists have actively engaged in raising awareness about the history, culture and the geo- political issues confronting the African continent.

Africa inspired Reggae artists and in turn Reggae artists inspired Africa.

This can be clearly seen in Southern Africa during the height of the anti-colonial struggle in 1980s.

Bob Marley is forever linked to the independence of Zimbabwe.

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Progressive African centered Black History, has strived to provide the world with correct information and the proper perspective about the true history of Black people.

While the notion of history seen as “HIS-STORY ” has been challenged with linguistic constructs such as OUR-STORY and HER-STORY, we will examine the prevailing concept of “history” to identify inherent metaphysical properties connected to persons of African ancestry, commonly referred to as Black people.

When numerology is applied to the word “HISTORY”, we get the following:


I= 9

S= 1

T= 2

O= 6

R= 9

Y= 7



The number 42 is a very important number in the history of  African people.

One of the major surviving philosophical concepts to emerge out of Africa is MAAT, which is associated with the number 42.


Maat is an African concept that “refers to the ancient Egyptian concepts of truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice.

Maat was also the goddess who personified these concepts, and regulated the stars, seasons, and the actions of mortals and the deities who had brought order from chaos at the moment of creation. Her ideological opposite was Isfet (Egyptian jzft)meaning injustice, chaos, violence or to do evil.”

Maat for the people of Kemet was central to all phases of life, including one’s transition to the non-material  realm.

When one passed away in Kemetic society, the soul of the deceased underwent a journey in the underworld known as Duat.

The soul of the departed had to undergo a series of trials, culminating in the “Weighing of the Heart” on a scale against the single “Feather of Maat”.

If the departed was able to successfully articulate the “42 Declarations of Purity” or “42 Declarations of Innocence”, and their heart was lighter than “Feather of Maat”, they would advance to the heavenly paradise known as Aaru.


Maat and her accompanying number 42 were not window- dressing abstractions divorced from every day society.

Maat literally governed society and it was reflected not only in the behavior of the people of Kemet and their concerns about the so-called “after-life”, the consciousness of the philosophical concept determined how the territory was organized.

In Kemet, there were 42 nomes, or provinces, 22 in Upper and 20 in Lower Kemet.

The actual ancient Kemetic term for these territorial divisions was SEPAT.


Furthermore Maat was associated with the celestial body/planet Jupiter.

The planet Jupiter rules the zodiac signs Sagittarius and Pisces.

The numbers associated with Maat including her planetary association provide a reference to “the key to the universe”.

When take the single digit expression of the number 42 associated with Maat,  we get 4+2=6.

The single digit reduction of the order each zodiac sign associated with Maat’ s planet Jupiter is as follows:

Sagittarius= 9th sign of zodiac=9

Pisces= 12th sign of zodiac=12=1+2=3.

What we have with Maat is an occult reference to the 3(Pisces), 6(Maat) and 9(Sagittarius) energy pattern spoken about by Nikola Tesla.

We can arrive at the occult reference to 3-6-9 energy pattern in another manner, using numbers relative to Maat and her planet Jupiter.

In astrology the planet Jupiter is associated with the number 3.

Maat has 42 Laws or Declarations of Innocence, 42=4+2=6.

The numerology of  the single digit reduction of “JUPITER” is as follows:










Nikola Tesla is credited with stating the following:

“If you knew the magnificence of the three, six and nine, you would have a key to the universe.”

The association with the number 42 would follow the descendants of Kemet as they pursued justice under oppressive conditions in America.

The number 42 is present in the passage of the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America, supposedly put forth to end chattel slavery after the Civil War.



In name of “integration”, Jackie Robinson was selected to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

Jackie Robinson was born January 31, 1919 in Cairo, Georgia.

Cairo, Georgia was named after the city of Cairo, the capital of modern day Egypt.

Jackie Robinson’s  association with Egypt puts in perspective his wearing the number 42 jersey.

This is not imply that Jackie Robinson was aware of this connection.

It is to point out the metaphysical and historical significance of the place of Jackie Robinson’s birth, his association with the number 42 and how this was consistent with the values as well as the esoteric symbolism of Maat.


On Saturday, December 8, 2019 there was another example of the Maat 42 ™ connection, when music group Earth, Wind & Fire were among the recipients at the 42nd Kennedy Center Honors.


Earth, Wind & Fire, with their original leader Maurice White blazed the trail with highly spiritual music compositions, that contained elevated concepts that reflected the aforementioned Maat 42 ™.


This was evident not only with the excellent quality of their music, the connection to Kemet was crystal clear in the design of their various album covers.


Earth, Wind & Fire’s Maurice White had many contributions and connections to Black History, including sharing his birthday with the founder of Black History month Carter G. Woodson born on December 19th. Maurice White was born on December 19, 1941.

Carter G. Woodson, the founder of Black History Month, was born on December 19, 1875.

December 19th is governed by the 9th zodiac sign Sagittarius, whose ruling planet is Jupiter, which is associated with Maat.

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The Kwanzaa celebration which takes place annually on December 26th to January 1st is embedded with both exoteric and esoteric symbolism.

The emphasis on the outwardly exoteric expressions of Kwanzaa is what preoccupies the minds of most people who participate in the celebration.

The esoteric component of Kwanzaa is overlooked due to an one dimensional view of what it is to be “African” as well as what is “Spiritual”.

The metaphysical elements that are intrinsic to Kwanzaa are in synchronicity with ancient African traditions as well as the western religions that plagiarized African spiritual concepts.

Failure to understand the true historical context of the origins of western religions, have led some to falsely conclude that Kwanzaa is the “Black version of Christmas” or it borrows symbolism from Judiasim.

The fact of the matter is that western religions borrowed, stole and plagiarized spiritual concepts from Africa, not the other way around.

What both supporters and critics have failed to realize, is that Kwanzaa is consistent with esoteric practices that originate in Africa and have influenced the entire world.

This can be demonstrated by identifying the number 7 vibration that  Kwanzaa and other traditions share.

The Christmas celebration annually takes place on the 25th of December.


25 is also the vibration embedded in the name HERU.

Some scholars assert that Heru in ancient times was venerated on December 25th.



Furthermore 25 is 2+5=7.

The association with number 7 with the Jesus story  is not limited to the western branch of Christianity.

The Eastern Orthodox practice of Christianity, including its celebration of the birth of Jesus, also exhibits a relationship to the number 7.

The Ethiopian Orthodox Christmas is referred to as Genna or Ganna, which is celebrated on January 6th.

January = 1 (For the 1st month of the year in the Gregorian calendar)


January 6th = 1+6=7.

Prior to the Ethiopian Genna or Ganna celebration, there is a fast that starts on 25th November and is known as the ‘Fast of the Prophets’ or Tsome Nebiyat and lasts for 43 days.

Observe the vibration of the number 7 in “25”, for 25=2+5=7 and 43, which gives us 4+3=7.


The number 7 in the ancient world was associated with the various ancient Virgin Goddesses archetypes that existed during that time such as Auset (Isis), Athena, Minerva and Hestia.

“Early Christians who sought to de-paganize the heavens saw Virgo as the Virgin Mary.

Virgo is the host to a grand cluster of galaxies.”

The prototype for the religious narrative of Mary was Auset who associated with the number 7.

Auset was guarded by seven scorpions in her search for the dismembered pieces of her husband’s Ausar body.

The number 7 is referred to as the Virgin Number for “no number less than itself can be divided into it”.

The connection between the number 7 and the Virgin archetype has remained from its pre-existing roots in the ancient world.

The metaphysical link is obvious given the aforementioned Christian celebrations that are associated with the number 7 also have stories of Virgin births, hence mothers who were Virgins, central to their narratives.

The number 7 is a highly spiritual number that is associated with intuition, mysticism, magic, inner wisdom, and a deep inward knowing.

The number 7, is the Seeker, the lifelong Searcher of Truth. The 7 is usually not committed to any religion, instead it is interested in Universal Spiritual Knowledge.

One writer states that the:

“Number 7 resonates with the vibrations and energies of the ‘Collective Consciousness’, faith and spirituality, spiritual awakening..”


In Kemet, commonly referred to as Ancient Egypt, there were many  references to the metaphysical power of the number 7 including but not limited to:

*7 paths to Heaven.

*7  Hathors who were associated with fate and fortune telling.

* 7 Principles  of Maat: Truth, Justice, Harmony, Balance, Order, Reciprocity and Propriety.

The frequent references to the number 7 by various African traditions is firmly rooted in their understanding of the cosmos.

Most ancient cultures recognized 7 celestial bodies that were visible to the “naked eye”: Moon, Mercury, Venus, the Sun, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.

The relationship with celestial bodies and the number 7 is a consistent theme in the ancient world.

The 7 Hathors have been linked to the constellations of Pleiades.

While Auset has been identified with Sopdet, the name some scholars have given the ancient Kemtic star Sirius, with its personification as  goddess.

If we understand the Virgin Goddess as a feminine archetype, the relationship of the “Virgin Number” 7 to Kwanzaa deepens.

The word Kwanzaa is based on the Swahili phrase matunda ya kwanza , which means “first fruits”.

“First fruits” come from the earth.

The earth in African and other traditions are referred to using feminine terms, including but not limited to “mother earth”.

The numerology of the word “EARTH” equals 7:









The esoteric reference of number 7 as the Virgin Number, which is associated with the Virgin Goddess Archetype and birth are in synchronicity with themes in Kwanzaa such as “first fruits”.

The earth in a sense gives birth to “first fruits”.

In this context, the multiple references in Kwanzaa and it’s impact become clearer.

Consider the following references to the number 7 embedded in the Kwanzaa celebration:

1. The word KWANZAA has 7 letters.

2. There are 7 Principles of  Kwanzaa.

3. The 7 Principles of Kwanzaa are referred to as Nguzo Saba.The numerology of  Nguzo Saba, when using the so-called Pythagorean method gives us 7:














4. Karenga’s full name  is  Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga.

He is commonly referred to as “Maulana Karenga”.

“Maulana” has 7 letters.

“Karenga” has 7 letters.

5. Karenga was a member of the Circle of Seven discussion group.

6. Karenga was born on July 14, 1941. July is the 7th month of the year of the Gregorian calendar.

7. Karenga cites Malcolm X as a major influence. Malcolm X was the 7th child for his father Earl Little.

The relationship of the number 7 to Kwanza places it with other historical  movements in the Black community such as the Moorish Science Temple founded by Noble Drew Ali, author of the Circle 7. Koran.


Other groups include the Nation of God’s & Earths, better known as the Five Percenters, whose organization’s symbol is the number 7 .


Practioners of Santeria who are known to invoke the 7 African Powers ritual.


There is a solar aspect to the composition of the Kwanzaa holiday celebration.

This is in part due to the very prominent presence of the number 7.

The number 7 is associated with solar spiritual archetypes such as Heru and Jesus who are  mythological personfications  of the sun.

In the tradition of the ancients, the number 7 was associated with the Virgin Goddess Archetype, which also represented star configurations such as Sirius and Pleiades.

Kwanzaa with the lighting of  7 candles -Mishumaa Saba, makes a reference to the celestial elements in nature.

Consider that the stars, including the sun have played a pivotal role in the history of African people from  ancient times to the present.

During the period of chattel enslavement the North Star was used by many enslaved Africans to escape to freedom. “North Star” equals 43, when using the so-called Pythagorean method of numerology. 43=4+3=7.

The creation of Kwanzaa offers multiple levels of interconnecting spheres of exoteric and esoteric elements of life of Black people and the overall society.

The 2019 celebration of Kwanzaa is 53rd year that the holiday is celebrated.

The NFL in 2019 had its 53rd Super Bowl game. The two events may appear to be “just a coincidence”.

Remember that Kwanzaa is embedded in the number 7 and the final score of the 2019 NFL Super Bowl reflected the vibration of the number 7.

The final score of the 2019 NFL  Super Bowl contest between the winning New England Patriots and the  Los Angeles Rams was 13-3


The 53rd year of the celebration of Kwanzaa and the 53rd NFL Super Bowl, which both took place in 2019, both displayed the vibration of the number 7.

This occurrence is metaphysical hint to the different levels that exists in the Kwanzaa paradigm.

The secret understanding of Kwanzaa may rest in part by making the necessary connections between the contemporary practice and it’s ancient roots in astral knowledge found in observation of the open sky.

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The winter holiday season or better yet Holy Days Season, is  for many, a time for reflection due to the religious symbols and related sentiments amplified during this period.


The religious symbolism is based upon ancient archetypes which preceded the existence of western established religions by hundreds of thousands, if not millions of years before.

These ancient archetypes were based on the divine order expressed in observable nature.

The change of the seasons had a profound impact on the psychology of the collective society in ancient times and this was the impetus to develop the spiritual symbolism that remains significantly powerful today.

All roads lead to Ancient Egypt, properly referred to as Kemet, which established the Nile Valley Civilization.

It is the Nile Valley Civilization’s understanding of the cosmos that provided the original “Virgin Birth”, “resurrected savior”, the “cross”, the “three wise men” and other related concepts.

“In Egypt Ausar was the man-god who was killed and brought back to life thus giving the world the first notion of “the Resurrection.” Ausar then became the great Judge of the deceased. Auset, Ausar’s wife, was said to have become impregnated by her husband’s spirit while he was dead. She gave birth to a child named Heru in the world’s first “Immaculate Conception.”

At his birth a host of deities and wisemen were said to have honored him.

Some believe the birth of Heru was commemorated on December 25th when the sun was in the zodiacal sign of Capricorn.”

Through numerology we can also identify the connection between Heru and the December 25th celebration of Jesus.

The numerology of HERU is:







The numerology of Heru, which is 25 is acknowledged with the December 25th celebration of Christmas throughout the world.


These symbols were more than representatives of natural phenomena but had corresponding ethical and physiological dynamics as well.

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The true meaning of these powerful symbolic archetypal references can be best understood by deciphering the allegorical language used to describe the cosmic phenomena that is interelated to divine consciousness.

The “Christ” of the Christians is a metaphysical reference to the release of sacred oil within the human body.

“The fluid, oil, or marrow which flows down the spinal cord, comes from the upper brain, the Creator or Father, the “Most High,” and is known in physiology as ovum, or generative seed that life essence which creates the human form of corruptible flesh. In the Greek, from which the New Testament was translated, this marrow is called Christ, which is the Greek word for oil.”

This process is the source of the symbolic language mistakenly used  to describe a non-existent historical Jesus Christ of the Bible:

“When the oil (ointment) is crucified (to crucify means to increase in power a thousand fold not to kill) it remains two days and a half, (the moon’s period in a sign) in the tomb (cerebellum) and on the third day ascends to the Pineal Gland that connects the cerebellum with the Optic Thalmus, the Central Eye in the Throne of God that is the chamber overtopped by the hollow (hallowed) caused by the curve of the cerebrum (the “Most High” of the body) which is the “Temple of the Living God” the living, vital substance which is a precipitation of the “Breath of Life” breathed into man therefore, the “Holy (whole) Ghost” or breath.”

The Jesus of the Bible is an allegorical tale of the sun and it’s movements through the use of astrology :

“Now the Sun is re-born every year on the 25th day of December; that is, the days begin to lengthen. It is the winter solstice. He is his own father. He is born in the stable between the constellations of the horse and goat, Sagittarius and Capricornus.

The Bible uses a day for a year. The Astrologer uses a day for a year.

Thirty years alter Christ’s birth he was baptized. Thirty days after the Sun is born he enters the sign Aquarius, the water-bearer (Baptismo). After his baptism Christ took his disciples from among the fishermen, and the Sun next enters the sign Pisces, the fishes. We observe Lent and eat fish one day of the week in honor of the Sun’s passage through the sign of the fishes.

Look at the cut again. Christ then became the good shepherd of the flock. The Sun enters the sign Aries, the lamb. He is yet young, the lamb or the young Sun God.

Christ then went out to the salvation of men. Let us see how the Sun God goes out to the salvation of men.

The ancients had consumed the products of the year before and were praying for their Sun God to come back and warm the earth, to bring forth vegetation, which all animal life required. He came, and now he must go forth to the salvation of man; fit the fields for plowing. The bull comes in here for his share of glory, and he is worshiped, because he represents agriculture. The fields are plowed and seed is sown for a late harvest. Look at the cut — the twins represent increase.

Christ spoke of the backsliders. Every year the Sun enters the sign Cancer. June 21st to July 22d, symbolized by the crab, which crawls backward, and all vegetation dries up and retreats back into the earth.

This is the summer solstice, or John the Baptist, born just six months before Christ, and who says, John III-30,

“He must increase and
  I must decrease.”

Christ became the Lion of the twelve tribes of Judah. Every year the Sun enters the sign Leo, the lion, and becomes the Lion of the Twelve Signs of the Zodiac.

When? Why, the 22d of July to 23d of August, when the Sun is hottest; exerts most power, the “Lion.”

Let the reader look at the cut at each paragraph or description of each sign.

Our Christian friends sup to the vestal virgin. When? Every year when the Sun enters the sign Virgo, whose symbol is the Virgin, August 23d to September 23d. Now look at the cut and the central cross, on which the Sun is Crucified every year, and you will see the Sun has passed over the cross on which he is annually crucified, and, like Christ, has his cross on his back — i.e., passed over it.

Our Christian friends lay much stress upon the judgment day. Every year, on the 23d day of September, the Sun enters the sign Libra, symbolized by the balance. Every year after harvest the farmer balances up his books and pays his debts. But there the Sun God presents a parallel to the Son of God on the road to the crucifixion. The Sun begins to retreat, the days to grow shorter. The Sun, like Christ, is bearing his cross toward the crucifixion. Keep the eye on the cut. The Son of God was crucified between the two thieves. The Sun God is crucified between the two heavenly thieves. Scorpio and Sagittarius, October 23d to November 22d — November 22d to December 21st. There is a harvest somewhere every month in the year, except these two months, the heavenly thieves.

The Sun lost its power, retreated back where it is white and cold. But Sagittarius became the repentant thief, gives up, does not wait until January 1st, but gives up December 25th. And after the Sun comes out of hades, where he was for three days, while the days are of one length, he is re-born, the same as Christ. There are three days about the same length, the three days the Son of God was supposed to have descended into hades.”


The fabled Star of  Bethlehem is also an esoteric reference to astronomy and astrology.

“One idea proposed by Craig Chester is that it could have been the morning of Venus near the star Regulus (in the constellation of Leo, the lion) followed by a morning conjunction with Jupiter about nine months later. This occurred around 2 BC, but Herod likely died in 4 BC, meaning it didn’t occur “in the days of Herod.”

All religions  due to political and other factors, mask the deeper meanings of their faith.

It is with the proper historical context, understanding of allegory, numerology astronomy and astrology, combined with other forms of spiritual practices such as internal cleansing, fasting, meditation and yoga, one can begin to unlock the greater mysteries.

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It is said that there are only 2 things certain in life: death and taxes.

Donald Trump appears to be facing potential political death, with the looming impeachment trial and legal challenges are in play to have his tax returns publicly released.

Trump in facing these and other related challenges, the law of threes appears to be in effect.

When we find the appearance of the number 3, this reflects a pattern known in Latin as Omne Trium Perfectum.

The life of Donald Trump appears to be a ritualistic expression of Omne Trium Perfectum.


Donald John Trump is the 45th president of the United States of America and is the 3rd Gemini to occupy that seat of power.

The two previous presidents who were born during the Gemini zodiac cycle are John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) and George Herbet Walker Bush, also referred to as Bush 41.

The continued presidency of Donald Trump is being challenged by the current impeachment inquiry pushed by the Democrats and the upcoming 2020 presidential election.



JFK was assassinated during his first term in office and Bush 41 lost in his re-election bid to Bill Clinton.

What patterns can we discern  from the general as well the individual profiles of  these Gemini presidents, that may foretell of the outcome for Donald Trump?

The birthdates for each Gemini president is as follows:

Donald J. Trump born June 14, 1946.

George H.W. Bush born June 12, 1924.

John F. Kennedy born May 29, 1917.


The ruling planet for Gemini is Mercury, which is associated with the number 5.

Number 5, is not the only number Mercury is associated with, as seen through the Magic Square of Mercury.

Through the magic square, numbers associated with Mercury are 8, 64, 260, and 2080.

Each of the 3 Gemini Presidents of the United States have unique distinctive characteristics that highlight their presidencies.

JFK, the 35th president was the youngest elected at 43 years and 226  days old, as well as the first Catholic to be elected.

Bush 41, prior to becoming president, was the 43rd vice-president.

Bush 41 became the first incumbent vice-president to be elected president in 152 years.

Notice the presence of the vibration of the number 8 in both of JFK’s and Bush 41’s specific unique characteristics.

With Bush 41, the reference to “152” is 1+5+2=8.

JFK , being the first Catholic president:












While JFK was the 35th president, and 35 gives us 3+5=8, that  in of itself was not what made JFK presidency historic.

It was JFK being the first Catholic president that was the distinguishing feature of his presidency, along with his youth.


Donald J. Trump was the oldest person sworn in as president at 70 years and 220 days.

Trump also holds the distinction of being the first president to have multiple failed marriages.

Want to guess how many times Donald Trump has been married?

Donald Trump has been married 3 times.

His first marriage to Ivana Trump, with whom he had 3 children: Donald, Jr., Ivanka and Eric.

Trump’s marriage to Ivana lasted according to one source from April 7, 1977  to March 22, 1992.

In the dissolution of Trump’s first marriage we observe number 3,  with the third month of the year.

The year his marriage ended in 1992 gives us 3: 1+9+9+2=21=2+1=3.


Ivana Trump was born on February 20, 1949.

The numerology of February 20, 1949 is as follows:



Remember Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America.

Also observe how active his children from his union with Ivana, whose birthdate equals 45, are in Trump’s administration.

Trump’s second marriage was to Marla Maples, which lasted from December 20, 1993 to June 8, 1999.

Marla Maples and Donald Trump had one child together, Tiffany Trump, who was born on October 13, 1993. The numerology of  Tiffany Trump’s birth gives us the following:

October= 10

October 13, 1993= 10+13+1+9+9+3=45.

Once again an occult reference to Trump being the 45th President.

Trump’s current wife is Melania Trump, and they have one child together, Barron Trump, whose was born on the 3rd month of the year on March 20, 2006.

Trump stands out from other presidents in another unique way, in that he is the first president not to have a dog in the White House in over a century.

The word “DOG” equals:





17= 1+7=8

Each of the 3  Gemini presidents exhibit an association with the number five.

JFK is the 35th president elected. 35 is 5+5+5+5+5+5+5 or 5*7.

George H.W. Bush was the 41st president of the United States. 41= 4+1=5.

Donald Trump is the 45th president of America. 45=5*9 or 5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5.

Interestingly enough, all three Gemini presidents have a connection to the number 7.

JFK and Bush 41 have the number 43 in common. 43=4+3=7.

JFK was 43 years when elected and Bush 41 was the 43rd vice-president under the presidency of Ronald Reagan.

Donald Trump was 70 years old when elected president. 70=7+0=7.

Donald Trump’s Attorney General (AG), William Barr, also was a member of Bush 41 ‘s White House team, serving as the 77th AG.


From the number 7, we observe that three Gemini presidents also have the number 11 in common.

Donald Trump as stated previously was 70 years when elected, making him the oldest person serve as president.  70, when spelled out is “seventy”. Seventy according to so-called  Pythagorean numerology equals 29:










29 is a number that appears with John F. Kennedy.

JFK was born on May 29, 1917.


All three Gemini presidents have a connection to the name “John”.

The value of “JOHN” as determined by the alphabetical order of each letter is:








JFK’s full name is JOHN Fitzgerald Kennedy.

George H.W. Bush’s second son is JOHN Ellis “JEB” Bush.

JEB Bush and JFK share a common connection to the number 43.

JEB was the 43rd  governor of Florida from January 5, 1999  to January 2, 2007.

43= 4+3=7.

JFK and JEB Bush are both the second sons for their parents and are Catholics. In 1995, JEB Bush converted from Episcopalianism to Roman Catholicism.

Donald Trump’s full name is Donald JOHN Trump. While his middle name is JOHN,

The birth days of  the Republicans  connected to the Gemini Presidents and name “JOHN” form an interesting esoteric tripartite configuration.

Bush 41 born on June 12 or 6-12

Jeb Bush born on February 11 or


Donald Trump born on June 14 or 6-14.

Those days point to an esoteric/metaphysical reference to among others, South African President Nelson Mandela.

Nelson Mandela, while an insurgent against the racist apartheid regime of the white minority unjust government of South Africa, on June 12, 1964, Mandela and seven of his comrades were jailed for life in what became known as the Rivonia Trial.

February 11, 1990 Nelson Mandela, after 27  years of incarceration was released from prison in South Africa.

On June 14 , 1999 Mandela left office after serving two five year terms as President of South Africa.

With connection to “JOHN” which  equals 47,  what does this mean for  Trump? Will his fate will be as the two previous Gemini U.S. Presidents, or the 43rd Governor of Florida JOHN Ellis Bush?

The number 47 is very important to Freemasonry and the history  of the United States.

There are 47 men in the painting Declaration of Independence, which hangs in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol.

Freemasons hold the number 47 in high regard, as the 47th Problem of Euclid and 47degrees of the Compass and Square demonstrate.


George H.W. Bush prior to becoming president was the 11th  Director of the CIA from January 30, 1976 to  January 20, 1977.

Donald Trump became the 3rd President to be impeached, when the House voted on December 18, 2019, and approved articles of impeachment on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Trump joined Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton as the only Presidents to have been formally impeached by the U.S. Congress.

Of the three, Trump is the only one to face re-election while facing impeachment and may face impeachment proceedings if re-elected.


Trump appears to be on an esoteric collision course with exoteric factors surrounding his pending impeachment trial.

The Omne Trium Perfectum Ritual Trump is currently engaged in on the esoteric level signal the end of his presidency:

A. Trump is the 3rd Gemini President to be elected. The previous two did not have a second term. Furthermore the shared metaphysical traits by all three Gemini presidents don’t indicate long-term success with the presidency.

B. Trump has been married 3 times. With the previous 2 ending in divorce. Interestingly enough the two marriages that ended in divorce expressed the number 45 vibration, which is also associated with his presidency. The birthdates of both his first wife and his daughter Tiffany from his second marriage equal 45.

C. Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States,  who also was  impeached, lived from December 29, 1808 – July 31, 1875. The year of his death equals 3:



Johnson was not impeached but neither was he re-elected.

Now while Trump is the 3rd U.S. President to be impeached, he and his supporters may find solace that no sitting president has ever been convicted.

Comments by Republican Senators indicate that Trump will not be convicted due to the Republican having the majority in the Senate.

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell according to NPR stated:

“I’m not an impartial juror. This is a political process. There’s not anything judicial about it,” McConnell told reporters on Tuesday. “The House made a partisan political decision to impeach. I would anticipate we will have a largely partisan outcome in the Senate. I’m not impartial about this at all.””

Senator Lindsey Graham,  from  South Carolina was more forceful  in his defense of Trump:

This thing will come to the Senate, and it will die quickly, and I will do everything I can to make it die quickly,” the South Carolina Republican said Saturday during an interview with CNN International’s Becky Anderson at the Doha Forum in Qatar.

“I am trying to give a pretty clear signal I have made up my mind. I’m not trying to pretend to be a fair juror here,” Graham said, adding, “What I see coming, happening today is just a partisan nonsense.”

Statements such as those made by the two aforementioned U.S. Senators, combined with sentiments from Trump’s base overtly calling for civil war if he is impeached, would appear that Donald Trump has the protection from being convicted.

Also with the economy doing well as far as the stock market and the tax cuts for the rich enacted, there appears to be additional incentive to protect Donald Trump.

Something has to give.

Shakespeare’s line from his play Julius Caesar is quite apropos:

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.”

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Tiger Woods strong showing in the 2019 Presidents Cup, followed metaphysical trends associated with the resurrected golf star throughout his career.

Several of the major wins accomplished by Tiger Woods followed the death of popular Hip-Hop artists.

Tiger Woods and Rapper Juice Wrld share the same month of birth.

Tiger Woods was born on December 30, 1975, while Juice Wrld was born on December 2, 1998.

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Tiger Woods’ star performance leading to U.S. team winning the Presidents Cup on September 15, 2019 was 13 days after the birth of Juice Wrld.

The number 13 is significant for not only  was the tournament won 13 days after Juice Wrld’s birth, it was the 13th Presidents Cup tournament, which was played two days after Friday 13th on December 13, 2019.

Furthermore Juice Wrld’s 21st birthday on December 2, 2019 fell on the 49th week of the year.  49=4+9=13.

Juice Wrld’s funeral was held on December 13, 2019, at the Holy Temple Cathedral Church of God in Christ in Harvey, Illinois.

Remember December 13, 2019 was on a Friday!

Which made December 13, 2019 “Friday the 13th”,  which also was the last one of the decade.

In early 2019, Tiger Woods triumphantly announced his return to the golf world and won the prestigious Masters tournament.

When Tiger Woods won his first major, the U.S. Masters at Augusta  on April 13, 1997, 35 days after the senseless death of Biggie Smalls on March 9, 1997.

The numerology of 35 is 3+5=8.

The number 8 also appears with the Tiger Woods and Juice Wrld connection,  with the rapper passing away on December 8, 2019.

Tiger Woods also served as captain of  the U.S. Presidents Cup golf team, playing a crucial role in their retaining the cup by winning the competition by 16-14. Trailing before the final day singles matches, they won six and tied four of the 12 matches.

The numbers 11, 14 and 21 are seen to closely associated to this cluster of energy surrounding Tiger Woods.

This pattern continued with the metaphysical link with Tiger Woods and Juice Wrld.

Tiger Woods won his first major tournament at the age of 21, over a month after the unfortunate death of Biggie Smalls who was born on the 21st of May 1972.

Juice Wrld was 21 years old when he passed away on December 8, 2019.

The single digit  numerology expression of  December 8, 2019 is as follows:





The date of  Juice Wrld’s death on December 8, 2019 gives us: 3+8+3=14.

We see the number 14 in the Tiger Woods led U.S  Presidents Cup win on September 15, 2019, where the competition by 16-14.

Tiger Woods win of the Masters tournament occurred on  April 14, 2019, 14 days from Nipsey Hussle’s death on March 31, 2019.

The number 14 is also seen with the birth of  Juice Wrld on December 2, 1998, whose numerology is the following:




The numerology of  Juice World’s birth on December 2, 1998 is 3+2+9=14.

Tiger Woods would lead the charge 7 days after Juice Wrld’s death on September 15, 2019, the 38th week of the year, to win the 13th U.S. Presidents Cup.


Juice Wrld was referred to as a Rapper, which according to the so-called Pythagorean method of numerology equals 38:









The number 38 also is present in the numerology of Biggie Smalls.

Remember 38 is embedded with the vibration of number 11, for 3+8=11.

Juice Wrld’s death was attributed to having a “seizure”. According to Chaldean numerology the word “seizure” equals 11:











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It all began on Friday the 13th,  December  13, 2019 to be exact, with two NBA games in Florida.

One day after the last full moon of the decade on December 12, 2019.

The 12:12 full moon took place at 19 degrees in Geminni.

It was also announced on  that day, former NBA commissioner David Stern  underwent emergency surgery due to suffering a brain hemorrhage.

The number 13 was symbolically displayed in a seemingly innocuous manner as not to raise alarm.

The message conformed to the old adage that asserts, that the best way to hide something is to put it out in the open.

The number 13 strategically exhibited in sports, namely the NBA was connected to the  overall social and political agenda of the parasitic elite.

It is all connected!

LeBron James returned to his stomping grounds of Miami, as the Lakers traveled to play the Heat.

This NBA basketball game on Friday, December 13, 2019 was competitive and did have some interesting things take place.

LeBron James had 7 turnovers in the first half and seemed to not be his usual self.

According to several media reports, teammates  namely Anthony Davis and injured Damarcus Cousins got on LeBron James and challenged him to stop being passive.

LeBron James turned it around and the  Lakers won their 13th road win beating the Miami Heat 113 to 110.

The Lakers handed the Miami Heat their first home loss of the NBA regular season.

The Miami Heat fell to 11-1 at home.

Notice the number of times the number 13 appeared with the Lakers.

a. In the total points they scored of 113.

b. Their 13 straight road win.

c. The date the game was played on December 13, 2019.

But what’s up with LeBron?

The number 13 was expressed in multiple ways again when the Houston Rockets played  the Orlando Magic also on Friday, December 13, 2019.

The Houston Rockets won beating  the Orlando Magic at their home, by the score of 130 to 107.

We see 13 in the score of 130 as well as the date the game was played.

James Harden the star of the Houston Rockets, scored 50 or more for the fifth time this season and the fourth time in his last seven games.

Harden wears the number 13 jersey.

The record of the Orlando Magic prior to their game against the Houston Rockets was 11-13.

The number 13 is also present in the name of the NBA franchise Orlando Magic.

According to so-called Pythagorean numerology the value of  “Orlando Magic” is as follows:
















The number 58 is encoded with the number 13 and is in synchronicity with Donald Trump.

Donald Trump won the 58th presidential election in 2016.

On December 18, 2019 the United States House of Representatives voted to impeach Donald Trump.

December 18, 2019 is the 352nd day of the year leaving 13 days remaining.

“Despite its bad-luck associations in superstition, the number 13 is regarded much more positively in esoteric traditions.

It is the number of mystical manifestation.

The teachings of Jesus are centered on the formula of 1+12 (Jesus plus his 12 disciples). One added to 12 creates the unlimited number of 13, according to Pythagoras.

It is through this formula that such miracles as the multiplication of the loaves and fishes take place.

Thirteen is the all-or-nothing cosmic law of destiny: death through failure and degeneration, or rebirth through regeneration.

It is also the number of the Great Goddess, represented by 13 lunar cycles to a year.

In the kabbalistic system of gematria, in which numerical values are assigned to letters, 13 is equated with “love of unity,” because the Hebrew letters for “love” and “unity” both total 13.”


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For a publication founded by celebrated evangelist Billy Graham to call for the removal of  sitting Republican president is nothing short of  an anathema. 

Anathema is used in the context of  as “one cursed by an ecclesiastical authority”.

The full editorial from the publication Christianity Today addressing the Trump presidency is provided below.


Trump Should Be Removed from Office

It’s time to say what we said 20 years ago when a president’s character was revealed for what it was.

In our founding documents, Billy Graham explains that Christianity Today will help evangelical Christians interpret the news in a manner that reflects their faith. The impeachment of Donald Trump is a significant event in the story of our republic. It requires comment.

The typical CT approach is to stay above the fray and allow Christians with different political convictions to make their arguments in the public square, to encourage all to pursue justice according to their convictions and treat their political opposition as charitably as possible. We want CT to be a place that welcomes Christians from across the political spectrum, and reminds everyone that politics is not the end and purpose of our being. We take pride in the fact, for instance, that politics does not dominate our homepage.


That said, we do feel it necessary from time to time to make our own opinions on political matters clear—always, as Graham encouraged us, doing so with both conviction and love. We love and pray for our president, as we love and pray for leaders (as well as ordinary citizens) on both sides of the political aisle.

Let’s grant this to the president: The Democrats have had it out for him from day one, and therefore nearly everything they do is under a cloud of partisan suspicion. This has led many to suspect not only motives but facts in these recent impeachment hearings. And, no, Mr. Trump did not have a serious opportunity to offer his side of the story in the House hearings on impeachment.

But the facts in this instance are unambiguous: The president of the United States attempted to use his political power to coerce a foreign leader to harass and discredit one of the president’s political opponents. That is not only a violation of the Constitution; more importantly, it is profoundly immoral.

The reason many are not shocked about this is that this president has dumbed down the idea of morality in his administration. He has hired and fired a number of people who are now convicted criminals. He himself has admitted to immoral actions in business and his relationship with women, about which he remains proud. His Twitter feed alone—with its habitual string of mischaracterizations, lies, and slanders—is a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost and confused.


Trump’s evangelical supporters have pointed to his Supreme Court nominees, his defense of religious liberty, and his stewardship of the economy, among other things, as achievements that justify their support of the president. We believe the impeachment hearings have made it absolutely clear, in a way the Mueller investigation did not, that President Trump has abused his authority for personal gain and betrayed his constitutional oath. The impeachment hearings have illuminated the president’s moral deficiencies for all to see. This damages the institution of the presidency, damages the reputation of our country, and damages both the spirit and the future of our people. None of the president’s positives can balance the moral and political danger we face under a leader of such grossly immoral character.

This concern for the character of our national leader is not new in CT. In 1998, we wrote this:

The President’s failure to tell the truth—even when cornered—rips at the fabric of the nation. This is not a private affair. For above all, social intercourse is built on a presumption of trust: trust that the milk your grocer sells you is wholesome and pure; trust that the money you put in your bank can be taken out of the bank; trust that your babysitter, firefighters, clergy, and ambulance drivers will all do their best. And while politicians are notorious for breaking campaign promises, while in office they have a fundamental obligation to uphold our trust in them and to live by the law.

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And this:

Unsavory dealings and immoral acts by the President and those close to him have rendered this administration morally unable to lead.

Unfortunately, the words that we applied to Mr. Clinton 20 years ago apply almost perfectly to our current president. Whether Mr. Trump should be removed from office by the Senate or by popular vote next election—that is a matter of prudential judgment. That he should be removed, we believe, is not a matter of partisan loyalties but loyalty to the Creator of the Ten Commandments.

To the many evangelicals who continue to support Mr. Trump in spite of his blackened moral record, we might say this: Remember who you are and whom you serve. Consider how your justification of Mr. Trump influences your witness to your Lord and Savior. Consider what an unbelieving world will say if you continue to brush off Mr. Trump’s immoral words and behavior in the cause of political expediency. If we don’t reverse course now, will anyone take anything we say about justice and righteousness with any seriousness for decades to come? Can we say with a straight face that abortion is a great evil that cannot be tolerated and, with the same straight face, say that the bent and broken character of our nation’s leader doesn’t really matter in the end?

We have reserved judgment on Mr. Trump for years now. Some have criticized us for our reserve. But when it comes to condemning the behavior of another, patient charity must come first. So we have done our best to give evangelical Trump supporters their due, to try to understand their point of view, to see the prudential nature of so many political decisions they have made regarding Mr. Trump. To use an old cliché, it’s time to call a spade a spade, to say that no matter how many hands we win in this political poker game, we are playing with a stacked deck of gross immorality and ethical incompetence. And just when we think it’s time to push all our chips to the center of the table, that’s when the whole game will come crashing down. It will crash down on the reputation of evangelical religion and on the world’s understanding of the gospel. And it will come crashing down on a nation of men and women whose welfare is also our concern.

Mark Galli is editor in chief of Christianity Today.






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