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Message Subject X Marks the Spot
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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oh

i did not notice, i am on a static ip, it occurred yesterday

User ID: 26269062
United Kingdom
11/14/2012 09:00 PM

User ID: 27775913
United Kingdom
11/14/2012 09:09 PM

between 9 and 99

i became 777
Quoting: aether

Interesting to note the similarities on shift with time stamp found on the start of the mark lazzer thread. 9:09

Mark R.
mark X

You have changed and it cycled as it corisponded to the cycle found in the start of that thread.

Hmmmm.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24792487

as a 9 i would be/am unaware of that
feels right but i will wait to see what feedback says
Quoting: aether

so that makes sense what i was talking to Wepwawet

His name means "the opener of the ways (roads)". This is thought to refer to the paths through the underworld, but may also refer to the choices or paths taken life as he also seems to have been linked to the power of the living pharaoh. In the "Book of the Dead" and the book of "That Which Is in the Underworld" (Amduat) he leads the deceased through the underworld and guards over them on their perilous journey, but he was also thought to act as a scout for the army, "opening a path" to allow them to proceed.
Quoting: history

whom i had recently met and it was showing me things i never thought about

the nine is how i describe myself to myself making sense of what i experience/discover on occasions

9 = It is the Triple Triad

may only make sense to me
Quoting: aether

Quoting: aether

73 is the 21st prime. It is a triad of 3 right angles or 7's.
In of itself it is calculated to 10 through the cross sign or +
10 is one and zero.
In of itself it is calculated to 21 through the cross sign or x
in of itself it is calculated to 3.

9:09 start of Mark R lazer thread.
shift to tripple triad of right angles ie 21st prime 73
Stamped at 909
Noticed on 606

A prime is divisible by only 1, itself and

0

Unless it is 0 which is the only prime that is held only to itself.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24792487

The bold is a refrence to singularity in 3.

;)