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Numerology of The Black Cat Symbol:Numbers Connected To Mumia Abu Jamal, Kate Middleton,Cathie Black,Kanye West, Wesley Snipes, Michael Jackson & The Planet Saturn

November 23, 2010

The term “Black Cat” is a reference to the historical and metaphysical aspects to both “Black” as well as “Cat”. “Black” used in the context of this article refers to more than the color. According to most dictionary definitions ”Black” has different meanings in the context of ethnicity, propaganda, metaphysics and covert operations.  We can identify the different contexts in which […]

The Black Cat: Ancient Symbol In Current Times As Seen With Mumia Abu Jamal, Cathie Black, Kate Middleton, Kanye West & Others

November 20, 2010

The month of November witnessed various stories that contained in embedded code the “Black Cat” symbol. The “Black Cat” symbol was present in news stories involving Mumia Abu Jamal, Cathie Black, Kate Middleton, Kanye West. Other news stories can be included in the context of this study such as the candidacy of Charles Barron, the legal troubles of Reggae superstar Buju Banton […]

Black Cat In November: Kate Middleton, Cathie Black & The Theory Of Oppositional Synchronicity

November 18, 2010

Various news stories in November 2010, contain encoded references to “Black Cat” due to the associations and names of the people involved as well as the date of each event. The hidden coded reference to “Black Cat” has meaning to both persons of African ancestry and the white ruling elite. The existence of the dual meaning of “Black Cat” […]

Metaphysical Musings:Comparisions Between President Barack Obama & Kanye West

November 8, 2010

] President Barack Obama and Kanye West have many things in common. The zones of commonality include but are not limited to the following: Names:Obama and West have African names. Both Obama and Kanye West have two African names. Obama’s first and last names are African, with the name Hussein is considered to Arabic. West African names […]