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SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri

 
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From: [link to www.greatdreams.com]

"Russian DNA Research

Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues have been carrying out cutting-edge research the more esoteric nature of DNA. They simply did not believe that 90% of our DNA is �Junk DNA�. From the German book Vernetzte Intelligenz by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf (summarised and translated by Baerbel):

The latest research explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light-auras around people (namely spiritual masters), mind's influence on weather-patterns and much more. The Russian scientists also found out that our DNA can cause disturbing patterns in the vacuum, thus producing magnetized wormholes! Wormholes are the microscopic equivalents of the so-called Einstein-Rosen bridges in the vicinity of black holes (left by burned-out stars). These are tunnel connections between entirely different areas in the universe through which information can be transmitted outside of space and time. The DNA attracts these bits of information and passes them on to our consciousness.

What we are seeing here is �Hyper-communication�, where information is passed inter dimensionally. It is as though the DNA acts as a �Stargate� between this dimension and others. In the book there are several stories of how this information is downloaded via DNA.
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This morning (Aug15) I was sitting at the computer in my underwear reading this article-
[link to www.greatdreams.com]

I had gotten a little over half way down (to the Delphi part) when I heard a horn blow in the yard, it was the mailman in his little Jeep so I grabbed my blue jeans and pulled them on and ran out barefoot to get the mail.

He had a package to deliver for my wife (from Scrapbook Creations) and when I got up to him he was punching numbers into his hand scanner, so he was frustrated. He said that the scanners came out in 1992 but about 1/3 of the packages mailed won’t scan the bar code properly, they have to hand punch the numbers in. And they are only given 18 seconds to deliver a package.

The USPS tracking number is 22 digits in five groups of four digits plus two at the end. The package this morning had its last two numbers ending in 26. The total of all 22 digits was 90.

I came back in, took my jeans off and began reading again. Then the phone rang. It was my sister in law asking if I could get a message to my brother who was waiting for the local forester in my driveway. She said “the tree man is running a little late so can you tell your brother he will be by at about 10:30 or 11:00?”

I did so and my brother went back down to his house. I came back in to read more, took off my jeans. Then a few minutes later (at 10:20) the forester knocked on the door. I had to put my jeans on a third time and go to the door.

This time I’m going to keep my jeans on.
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
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[link to www.andrewcusack.com] St. Francis de Sales is well worth visiting for the architecture.
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Archbishop Rigali is known to be a friend of Pope John Paul II from Rigali's 20 years of service in the Roman Curia. He explained that there was no official connection between the pope's visit to St. Louis and his delivery in Mexico City of the concluding paper for 1997's Synod for America, held in Vatican City.
But with well over 1,000 journalists reporting the St. Louis event, and the entire world listening in, the visit was historic.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.americancatholic.org]

Synod Document:
All-American Challenge

[link to www.americancatholic.org]
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this was in the package-

[link to search.yahoo.com]
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this was in the package-

[link to search.yahoo.com]
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tounge

impressed !

good morning
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this was in the package-

[link to search.yahoo.com]
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tounge

impressed !

good morning
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good morning- there's more too but its overwhelming (about the 10 virgins in two groups of 5)

the more you look the more you see
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this was in the package-

[link to search.yahoo.com]
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tounge

impressed !

good morning
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Hey guys, just checking and bumping the thread, see that you guys have posted some stuff that I will get a chance to look at shortley , just wanted to say hi
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
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First rule of investigation is 'follow the money'.
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
 Quoting: STL420


[link to www.andrewcusack.com] St. Francis de Sales is well worth visiting for the architecture.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21414916


St.francis De Sales is an interesting piece of arcititure indeed. I will post a few pics of it. It's actually the church the my parents were married in and the church that I was baptized at. I went to kindergarged there as well. It's right in the middle of a very sketchy neighborhood. It just a few blocks away from a very interesting neighborhood named Benton Park, this neighborhood is notorious for having homes which have assess to caves in the basements. There was an access point to a very large underground cavern in a nearby park that was Supposudly covered up some years back. But there are an all full lot of underground caverns around that church.


wikipidia -
"St. Francis de Sales Church (the Oratory of Saint Francis de Sales) is a Roman Catholic Oratory located on the South Side of St. Louis, Missouri. It is the second largest church in the Archdiocese of St. Louis after the cathedral-basilica. The church is popularly known as the "Cathedral of South St. Louis."

here are some cool pictures of St.Farancis De Sales

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to www.gatewaygeotechnical.com]
[link to thedasslereffect.wordpress.com]
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this was in the package-

[link to search.yahoo.com]
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That's pretty cool but , dumb question , what are they for ? Do you display them or collect them or both. That's kinda of funny that your so intrested in keys , I guess you love keys of all sorts.
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Archbishop Rigali is known to be a friend of Pope John Paul II from Rigali's 20 years of service in the Roman Curia. He explained that there was no official connection between the pope's visit to St. Louis and his delivery in Mexico City of the concluding paper for 1997's Synod for America, held in Vatican City.
But with well over 1,000 journalists reporting the St. Louis event, and the entire world listening in, the visit was historic.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.americancatholic.org]

Synod Document:
All-American Challenge

[link to www.americancatholic.org]
 Quoting: aether


Any theories Aether , peanut ? I'll have to read the link again later
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I would like to know what Japanese business man is buying up what property in arcadia...Ironton...and what business owner told you this...I know personally the owners of many Ironton busisness and have not heard this... Baldwin, Reed and Reed ,Wison Autobody, Glory Days Yankee Trading post..and many more so this is very curious. thanks
 Quoting: SpaceBillie

I just saw this, if you are still around. It was a woman who worked in one of the little shops in the main part of town, near the restaurant (the one that advertises Ho-Made Pies- I'd love to ask which ho made the pies, but I don't think they'd like the joke, so nevermind) actually I have a story about that restaurant too, which I have posted about before. I walked in and there was a couple of Buddhist monks dressed in long white robes in the restaurant. It was so weird and out of place to see them there, like something from the t.v. show NOrthern Exposure if you remember that. Then another shop owner told me she had brought the monks to town to teach meditation when I mentioned it to her. I don't think they were going to be there permanently.
It seems like the antique and gifts shops (there are only like 3 of them) are owned by women who moved there from other states.
It's really a pretty cool town and I have a strange attraction to that area, which is where some of my early family in MO lived, but I actually didn't know that until a few years ago. It's really beautiful countryside there and a really pleasant place to be. I don't have any idea who the Japanese businessmen are or why they bought land. It's just something this woman told me. Farmland? My guess was maybe they might try to turn it into a tourist area or recreation area with a hotel or something. I hope so because that would be great for the economy there.
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Also the part about new minerals being discovered...Rita and Mark Hadley , whom I know personally...have a story.. Mark had a dream maybe 13-15 years ago...in his dream his Dad came to him and told him he would find a new mineral in his yard. The next day Mark went to his yard found this stone and sent to be analyzed. The report came back that it WAS a newly discovered mineral..The official name is Ottoite after his Dad and the common name is the Missouri Dream Stone...It is beautiful brown and pink striations thru it... I'm sure they have a page ...Rita and Mark have made some beautiful Jewelry that was displayed at Glory Days Antique store in Ironton, Sadly the store has just been sold as the couple is leaving town for MOntana, but if you are interested in their jewelry I'm sure there is a page out there.
They are also selling the castle they live in (Glory Days owners) I believe the name of the real estate company is wallingford group...there is some great history in this area but damn some of the people are totally strange...too much religion for me.
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LOL Funny you said that about too religious, that's another thing some shop owner I talked to said to me. She moved there from out of state. She said people here have religion up the ass, but do they ever do anything nice for you? No. haha She also said she felt like putting a sign out that said if you hooziers don't want your dogs give them to me- because there are so many strays around.
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Also the part about new minerals being discovered...Rita and Mark Hadley , whom I know personally...have a story.. Mark had a dream maybe 13-15 years ago...in his dream his Dad came to him and told him he would find a new mineral in his yard. The next day Mark went to his yard found this stone and sent to be analyzed. The report came back that it WAS a newly discovered mineral..The official name is Ottoite after his Dad and the common name is the Missouri Dream Stone...It is beautiful brown and pink striations thru it... I'm sure they have a page ...Rita and Mark have made some beautiful Jewelry that was displayed at Glory Days Antique store in Ironton, Sadly the store has just been sold as the couple is leaving town for MOntana, but if you are interested in their jewelry I'm sure there is a page out there.
They are also selling the castle they live in (Glory Days owners) I believe the name of the real estate company is wallingford group...there is some great history in this area but damn some of the people are totally strange...too much religion for me.
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Okay, well I don't know these people personally or anything, just might have chatted with them sometime, so are they the older couple who have an antique store or the younger couple and she's from Boston and wears cowboy boots a lot? Both couples were really nice. Or maybe it's someone else?
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
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That's really weird that you brought that up just now . Last night I was standing at the train station amd over heard the couple next to me , it was kind of hard not to , the guy telling the stories was very loud , he was in the middle of some crazy story about white house security , the secret service and a big container filled with guns & knives , they were laughing histracally about the box making it into the whitehouse , this was durring regan the man said , then he was talkin about his son in law being a secret service agent and getting engaged & married to some kind of royalty in London & moving there to become a lord , he was bragging about some party the groom had in the house of commons and how important & special a place it was , I finally asked him what he did for a living and to my suprise he was in the entertainment indsustry , his name is Jerry gorrell , he said he was one of the top 5 something of other producers of something ? I forget , in Hollywood , he said "I don't find people , peole find me" , he was very odd amd so was his wife who was even odder , i brought this up because the couple , for some reason , brought up the popes 2 visits to st.louis. One thing I found odd about the 96 trip was the fact that the Vatican made it a point to say that his trip to Mexico after st.louis was just by chance and for no other reason , something like that , it was a weird remark that makes mr wonder. As for arch bishop Rigali, I believe he is now the head of the Cardinals college which will pick the next pope. not sure why the pope came here but I sure would like to know
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Missouri and Mexico.
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
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my Daddy was one of the chosen to aid in his protection while he was visiting.. he got a pretty plaque from the secret service :o)
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
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my Daddy was one of the chosen to aid in his protection while he was visiting.. he got a pretty plaque from the secret service :o)
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Really? Could you tell us more about it ? Why was he chosen ? Don't they already have security for that ?
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The cover of the new RFT, River Front Times , for aug 16 2012 has a huge aliens head with the caption " Aliens Among Us!" ET activity in Missouri ,
Has anyone else around here seen it yet?
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Why did Pope John Paul II visit St. Louis in 1999? Of all the cities, why St. Louis? Was it because of his relationship with the then Archbishop Rigali?
 Quoting: STL420


[link to www.andrewcusack.com] St. Francis de Sales is well worth visiting for the architecture.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21414916


St.francis De Sales is an interesting piece of arcititure indeed. I will post a few pics of it. It's actually the church the my parents were married in and the church that I was baptized at. I went to kindergarged there as well. It's right in the middle of a very sketchy neighborhood. It just a few blocks away from a very interesting neighborhood named Benton Park, this neighborhood is notorious for having homes which have assess to caves in the basements. There was an access point to a very large underground cavern in a nearby park that was Supposudly covered up some years back. But there are an all full lot of underground caverns around that church.


wikipidia -
"St. Francis de Sales Church (the Oratory of Saint Francis de Sales) is a Roman Catholic Oratory located on the South Side of St. Louis, Missouri. It is the second largest church in the Archdiocese of St. Louis after the cathedral-basilica. The church is popularly known as the "Cathedral of South St. Louis."

here are some cool pictures of St.Farancis De Sales

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to www.gatewaygeotechnical.com]
[link to thedasslereffect.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: YOUCITY 18850702


I was baptized there also. Not sure where my parents got married but it could have been there since they had a flat just a couple blocks away.
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Any theories Aether , peanut ? I'll have to read the link again later
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not a theory

One America
The continents are predominantly Christian, though not necessarily Catholic. Secularism and consumerism affect the religious scene throughout North and South America today.

But do we now view ourselves sharing a common future, a future in which we are inexorably linked? Do we allow ourselves to be affected by the actions of that proverbial butterfly in the Brazilian rain forests or, more profoundly, by the search for justice in the struggling democracies of Central America?

That America is one was the premise and most radical insight of the Synod. It will have the most far-reaching consequences, if we really let it change our attitudes.
 Quoting: the pope

[link to www.americancatholic.org]

divine intervention authority tounge

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Any theories Aether , peanut ? I'll have to read the link again later
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not a theory

One America
The continents are predominantly Christian, though not necessarily Catholic. Secularism and consumerism affect the religious scene throughout North and South America today.

But do we now view ourselves sharing a common future, a future in which we are inexorably linked? Do we allow ourselves to be affected by the actions of that proverbial butterfly in the Brazilian rain forests or, more profoundly, by the search for justice in the struggling democracies of Central America?

That America is one was the premise and most radical insight of the Synod. It will have the most far-reaching consequences, if we really let it change our attitudes.
 Quoting: the pope

[link to www.americancatholic.org]

divine intervention authority tounge
 Quoting: aether


Someone asked me this morning "how's the battle going?"

I said "its constantly being one"

The Pope would love to see all America WON under his throne, but I think God has other ideas.
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The skies are gray in saint Lou today , lots of wind & thunder , ........."and a young man tripped acid today and discovered matter & energy !"


.....poor attempt at humor to go with my weather report , maybe a bill hicks fan will get it ?
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Any theories Aether , peanut ? I'll have to read the link again later
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not a theory

One America
The continents are predominantly Christian, though not necessarily Catholic. Secularism and consumerism affect the religious scene throughout North and South America today.

But do we now view ourselves sharing a common future, a future in which we are inexorably linked? Do we allow ourselves to be affected by the actions of that proverbial butterfly in the Brazilian rain forests or, more profoundly, by the search for justice in the struggling democracies of Central America?

That America is one was the premise and most radical insight of the Synod. It will have the most far-reaching consequences, if we really let it change our attitudes.
 Quoting: the pope

[link to www.americancatholic.org]

divine intervention authority tounge
 Quoting: aether


Someone asked me this morning "how's the battle going?"

I said "its constantly being one"

The Pope would love to see all America WON under his throne, but I think God has other ideas.
 Quoting: peanut 97880


I get those comment all the time from certain people who I run into in the neighborhood and stuff. I think it's their subconscious connecting with our's.
are something like that
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The skies are gray in saint Lou today , lots of wind & thunder , ........."and a young man tripped acid today and discovered matter & energy !"


.....poor attempt at humor to go with my weather report , maybe a bill hicks fan will get it ?
 Quoting: YOUCITY 18850702


Just down the river- in the ghetto

Elvis the 'king' was born in 1935, died 35 years ago at age 42

times, time and half a time

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The skies are gray in saint Lou today , lots of wind & thunder , ........."and a young man tripped acid today and discovered matter & energy !"


.....poor attempt at humor to go with my weather report , maybe a bill hicks fan will get it ?
 Quoting: YOUCITY 18850702


Just down the river- in the ghetto

Elvis the 'king' was born in 1935, died 35 years ago at age 42

times, time and half a time

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: peanut 12576321


or maybe we all just have Suspicious Minds?
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Wiki:

"Elvis Presley was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi (Lee County), to 18-year-old Vernon Elvis and 22-year-old Gladys Love Presley.[5] In the two-room shotgun house built by his father in readiness for the birth. Jesse Garon Presley, his identical twin brother, was delivered 35 minutes before him, stillborn. As an only child, Presley became close to both parents and formed an unusually tight bond with his mother. The family attended an Assembly of God church where he found his initial musical inspiration.[6]
Presley's ancestry was primarily a Western European mix: On his mother's side, he was Scots-Irish, with some French Norman; one of Gladys's great-great-grandmothers was Cherokee.[7]b His father's forebears were of Scottish[8] or German[9] origin. Gladys was regarded by relatives and friends as the dominant member of the small family.

Not really off topic is it, since we are discussing kings and European royalty in connection with St. Lou.
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Vatican showdown: Nuns weigh future ties to Vatican
August 11, 2012

Nearly 900 Roman Catholic nuns are gathering in St. Louis this week to discuss their future relationship with the Vatican.

Ordinarily, this annual assembly of the country’s largest umbrella group for women’s religious communities wouldn’t draw the attention of the world’s press. But in the spring, the Vatican’s doctrinal watchdog office issued a report that questioned the organization’s fidelity to some church teachings, accused it of “serious doctrinal problems” and announced that three U.S. bishops would temporarily take the group’s reins in order to reform it.

This week, the members of the Leadership Conference for Women Religious – which represents 80 percent of the country’s 57,000 Catholic nuns – will discuss their options, which could range from accepting the reforms to severing their official connection to the Vatican...........
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[link to missoulian.com]
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Vatican showdown: Nuns weigh future ties to Vatican
August 11, 2012

Nearly 900 Roman Catholic nuns are gathering in St. Louis this week to discuss their future relationship with the Vatican.

Ordinarily, this annual assembly of the country’s largest umbrella group for women’s religious communities wouldn’t draw the attention of the world’s press. But in the spring, the Vatican’s doctrinal watchdog office issued a report that questioned the organization’s fidelity to some church teachings, accused it of “serious doctrinal problems” and announced that three U.S. bishops would temporarily take the group’s reins in order to reform it.

This week, the members of the Leadership Conference for Women Religious – which represents 80 percent of the country’s 57,000 Catholic nuns – will discuss their options, which could range from accepting the reforms to severing their official connection to the Vatican...........
 Quoting: observation

[link to missoulian.com]
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Great find Aether k I haven't heard anything about it , this could become interesting
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Wiki:

"Elvis Presley was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi (Lee County), to 18-year-old Vernon Elvis and 22-year-old Gladys Love Presley.[5] In the two-room shotgun house built by his father in readiness for the birth. Jesse Garon Presley, his identical twin brother, was delivered 35 minutes before him, stillborn. As an only child, Presley became close to both parents and formed an unusually tight bond with his mother. The family attended an Assembly of God church where he found his initial musical inspiration.[6]
Presley's ancestry was primarily a Western European mix: On his mother's side, he was Scots-Irish, with some French Norman; one of Gladys's great-great-grandmothers was Cherokee.[7]b His father's forebears were of Scottish[8] or German[9] origin. Gladys was regarded by relatives and friends as the dominant member of the small family.

Not really off topic is it, since we are discussing kings and European royalty in connection with St. Lou.
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Elvis was very very into the occult , Probobly from birth , I heard and do belive that the Ellite created Elvis from birth by killing his twin , somehow enhancing Elvis abilities in certain areas , I don't know and don't think they new exactly what was going to happen but I'm sure hey did some kind of ritual to make it possible. Atleast according to stuff I've read about it , the reason it makes so much sense , besides others , is because Mengele was so obsessed with twins , that's probbly part of the reaon why , I bet it's happened with other celebrities or athletes as well. Why did you bring this up anyway peanut ?

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