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Message Subject ILLUMINATI--NFL CONNECTION?
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Before Brett went to the Vikings, I had a dream about it. I have wondered about him, the Great Snow Chief, as one packer fan called the Viking on Facebook.

I think he was offered a lot of money to fo along with their plan. He get's money, fame, riches, a good record, tpt b get what they want.

So, last year the saint won the superbowl. Beat the vikings. In history, the christian religion tried to take over the nordic paganess.

I want to add here that perhaps the serpant isn't an evil character. They Mayans highly regarded a serpent entity.

Anyway, Brett is God. Perhaps part of the Vikings, In yhvh I know a stretch.

brett, taken down by his ankle. Achilles, arrow shot through ankle. Vikings have never won a super bowl. Achilles means grief and people, the embodyment of the grief of a people

Brett's number is Farve. Four is the number of the order of the universe. There are four horsemen of the Appocalypes.

Look to see how many teams Brett has played for: 4.

The Falcons, the Packers, the Jets, the Vikings.

Anyway, Christians. What do we have today? Glen Beck saying America whould go back to Christian roots

So, Brett Lorenzo Favre. Favre is a French word. Favre is French and Native American (believe it or not. Brett is a word that has connections to Brittany, an area in Northern France, so his first name also points to his French background. But Lorenzo is an italian word, related to Laurence.

Here's what "behind the name" google it, has to say about his middle name:"Saint Laurence was a 3rd-century deacon and martyr from Rome. According to tradition he was roasted alive on a gridiron because, when ordered to hand over the church's treasures, he presented the sick and poor."

So, was Brett Favre a martyr set up to the Vikings position to fail on purpose, roasting on the gridiron of the football field?
 
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