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Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will.


For example: “I’m doing God’s work” Lloyd Blankfein


(He is referring to me)


As some of you may know, I am obliged to make my evil obvious to the world, but I have rarely found it to be much of an impediment.


For example:


666.79 March 6th 2009.


Rarely does it get more obvious than that. But, hey, the evil mayhem I cause on a daily basis rarely bothers that many people for too long.


March 6th -March is the 3rd month…


3×6 = 666


and finally, I don’t always bother with the decimals but it was a special occasion.. so..


.79 7×9 = 63 6×3 = 666


I don’t always use 666 for obvious reasons. I also like the number 33 ….or 23/32 (2×3= 33)


Why is 33 important? Ask the masons...


But remember, 9 is 6 upside down (like the cross)


What is the date today?


March 9th

3×6= 666


What is today’s low?… on the Dow?




2+0+7+7+7= 23


(2×3= 33)






2+3+5+4+5+4=23 (2×3=33)


also: 23+5+4= 32 (3×2=33)


and finally… 23 (2×3=6) 54 5+4= 9 (6) 54 5+4=9 (6)


Transportation Average




9+1+7+9+1+9= 36 (3×6=666)


So we have some kind of low here..obviously.



All Time High


But didn’t we recently see an all time high?


SPX 2400.98


2+4+0+0+9+8=23 (2×3=33)


Dow = 666 (21169.11)




Dow Transportation Average: 9639.33

That’s lovely isn’t it?


9+6+3+9+3+3= 33


and I was having a laugh with the .33 on the end.. just my little joke. All a coincidence nothing to worry about.




Now, I know that some of you will feel compelled to do some research. Even some who think this is all a load of tosh will have a nagging doubt in their head. All I can say is…


Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will.



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Slight delay in posting.. I'm incredibly busy in the Middle East.


The HIGH today 2376.86


23+7+6=36 3x6=666


2+3+7+6+8+6=32 3x2=33


On the DOW 20,940.29







Goldman Sachs Group


Made a lower low today.


LOW 246.87



8+7=15 1+5=6


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The devil makes work for idle hands.


How is your research going?


March 6th 2009

General Electric Company (GE) LOW 6.66


Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) LOW 61.86 1+8=9


It is not always the LOW that is the insider's signal. Sometimes it is the closing price on the day of the low. Helps keep things hidden...


Case in point.

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)


March 6th 2009 LOW 83.02


Nothing there...right?

Some researchers might conclude 8+3+2=13 and 13 is a satanic number..




Those who choose to follow researchers do so of their own free will.


The closing price was 83.48

8+3+4+8=23 2x3-33


We can cross check this by looking at the recent March 1st HIGH and March 9th LOW


For IBM the HIGH was 182.55

Nothing there?




What was the CLOSE?




Now let's see if the same thing happened at the LOW on the 9th




Nothing there?




What was the CLOSE?





At this point you may have said "Jesus Christ" !


Please don't say that. For me, that is highly irrrtating. Remember I have had to suffer that fool for 1000's of years so far.


It is also irritating for sceptics whenever they are presented with things that don't fit their own world view/belief systems.


So... what is this thread really about.....?


Well, next it is about more than stock prices

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There are indicators and then there are conspiracy theories.... or is it coincidences?


Maybe compare your favourite indicator and see if it can out perform Satan/conspiracy theory/coincidence.


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SATAN says-


Now that we have this new conspiracy theory established, stage two is to attribute perfectly explainable things as part of said conspiracy.


Case in point: Yahoo historical data was missing on the exact days covering the posts on this thread.


For cult followers- this is proof that the satanists have been alerted to this thread and are attempting to cover their tracks.:)


However, this technical problem was fixed a few minutes ago (I know that is was a few minutes since coincidently I checked before I started this post and was gonna put a link here to the data but, as I said, they fixed it- or maybe I am being watched and all my actions are being monitored...;) )


Do you have any idea what life is like for a novice cult leader? I think I just gave a glimpse right there. Paranoia during waking hours and nightmares at night. The odd vision of the future thrown in here and there.


DOW high yesterday


The Dow made it's swing high a day later than SPX


HIGH- 21,000.11


21+0+0+0+11=32 3x2=33


For those too lazy to be part of a cult and read the entire thread- 33 is the highest degree mason.


Have we seen the low today?


Dow LOW-20,967.01


9+6+7+0+1=23 2x3=33



Dow Jones Transportation Average



9+1+4+6+7+5=32 3x2=33


Just a coincidence.... unless you're a cult follower/conspiracy theorist.


Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will.

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SATAN says-



I called the day low in the previous post but what was the high?

SPX 2385.71


That price is 666


23+8+5=36 3x6=666

2+3+8+5=18 18 is 3x6


DOW 20,980.51

9+8+0+5+1=23 2x3=33



1+9+6+7+9=32 3X2=33








(15th) 1+5=6




Bank of America Corporation (BAC)


MARCH 15th LOW- 24.96=666

(2+4=6 .96 remember, 9 is an inverted 6)


Interesting when you consider that the previous week LOW was-

MARCH 6th (3x6=666) and the LOW was 25.08



Anyone know what BAC LOW for the years is?


22+1=23 2x3=33


that was JAN 17th

1+17= 18 18 is 3x6=666


Anyone know what BAC HIGH for the year is?




that was on MARCH 2nd




Now you know that BAC is working with me (doing God’s work)

Who else is working with me?

No prize for guessing-


JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)


Week HIGH- 92.18

That price is 666


9x2=18 18+18=666


Year LOW 83.03


Slightly different way of doing things, same result, these people will get richer in direct proportion to the rest of you getting poorer. Oh, but we forgot the date of the LOW


JAN 18th 18 is 3x6=666


Who else is working with me?

No prize for guessing-


3M Company (MMM)


3M made it’s week HIGH on Friday which was 192.36

That price is 666





Remember, 9 is an inverted 6

Note the .36 on the end (3x6=666)


the week LOW is trickier but also 666 go check it out for yourself



Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will. Also note that these examples I’ve shown throughout this thread have not been cherry picked at random.

They are all happening in a progressive sequence across different stocks/indicies. There is just no way that I could predict that happening….. is there?


the sq rt of 666 is?..........exactly

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The HIGH so far- 2379.55


23+7+9=39 3x6=666 (9 is inverted 6)


LOW so far 2373.52




GAP below....2365.4


DOW HIGH 20,955.45


20+9+5+5= 39 3X6=666


DOW LOW 20,894.12


2+0+8+9+4=23 2X3=33


Also has a gap below..




Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will. Also note that these examples I’ve shown throughout this thread have not been cherry picked at random.

They are all happening in a progressive sequence across different stocks/indicies. There is just no way that I could predict that happening….. is there?

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I might close the gap tomorrow, I might not. See how I feel. Probably depend on how many traders I can screw over.


If I do 2364 would work for me




And tomorrow is MARCH 21st (33)



(21st) 2+1=3


so, could be turn around tuesday.


But in any case today's HIGH I already called and the low was- 2369.66


2+3+6+9+6+6=32 3x2=33


Now, who else works with me?


Tesla, Inc. (TSLA)


HIGH today 264.51


That price is 666







26+4+5+1=36 3x6=666


the LOW was 258.82




So now you know they are masons too... or my sons:)


YEAR LOW (and it won't get taken out so take that to the bank) 210.96


21+0+9+6=36 3x6=666


Now, I know some of you are praying I fall flat on my face and that these sequential prices dry up soon.


All I can say is, while I'm around destiny dictates that prayers fall on deaf ears for longer than you can stay solvent



Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will. Also note that these examples I’ve shown throughout this thread have not been cherry picked at random.

They are all happening in a progressive sequence across different stocks/indicies. There is just no way that I could predict that happening….. is there?

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Remember, 9 is an inverted (like the cross) 6


SPX HIGH 2381.93


8+1=9 (6)



Am I evil? Yes I Am


23+8+1=32 3x2=33


.93 6x3=666


DOW HIGH 20,970.04


20+9+7=36 3X6=666


2+0+9+7=18 18 Is 3X6=666



All a coincidence.



Those who choose to follow me do so of their own free will. Also note that these examples I’ve shown throughout this thread have not been cherry picked at random.

They are all happening in a progressive sequence across different stocks/indicies. There is just no way that I could predict that happening….. is there?






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Dow Jones Transportation Average (INDEX)


HIGH 9,133.32





Is the Low in?



Dow Jones Transportation Average (INDEX)






.93 6x3=666


That's the second .93 today (see last post)



Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEX)





If these lows don't hold they were still good for a bounce.Best of the day so far

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Keeping you guessing


DOW LOW 20,620.44


20+6+2+4+4=36 3X6=666


2+0+6+2+0+4+4=18 18=3x6 (666)







SPX LOW 2,339.97






.97 9X7=63 6X3=666


Problem is futures were lower than this earlier on....


Also- look at the CLOSING PRICES yesterday.

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On Thursday, MPs in Westminster observed a minute’s silence in Palmer’s honour. The tribute occurred at 9.33am in honour of his shoulder number - 933.






While your glorious leaders talk about the bravery of men like Palmer, and how their thoughts are with the victims families and how we must all remain defiant and defend our 'values'.....they will continue to drop bombs on the innocent in the Middle East based on a pack of lies.


And they will continue to erode your freedoms in order to 'protect you' from the mayhem they themselves instigated.


As long as I am around no one with any honesty,integrity,decency or courage will ever attain a position of power to change the current paradigm anywhere on this planet.


Welcome to my design for life.


MUSLIMS Don't Observe Satanic Holidays


Occult Holidays And Sabbats


Yesterdays attack is the same date as-

3/22 False Flag! Gladio Strikes Brussels on Satanic Holiday | Veterans Today


Your glorious leaders have designated this as a terrorist attack before even knowing the identy of the perpetrator. In the same way they blamed Bin Laden for 9/11 within 30 minutes of that attack. 1+1=2 2x9=18 18 is 3x6 (666)

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