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WE ARE NOT INTIMIDATED by this FREE MASON New World Order of Jesuit Zionist Illuminati....

Johnny Exodice
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Published on 09 Jan 2020 / In Film and Animation

If TIME is an Illusion as the SUN only makes a Circle in the Sky, then why are YOU in Purgatory???

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Johnny Exodice
Johnny Exodice 11 months ago

Butterfly: There are things about this word, but it does not mean Psychopath…., for too admire oneself in “CONTEMPLATION” as to what you are is I think “her intention” of using this word with Shadow Contracts…., that I think means Bonding with other people…, but not allowing them to Step on us for their own GRATIFICATION…. Jeppo Jinx~


At the END OF THE DAY there are only 2 Body Types…. Male or Female, and in that we are just using these {Human Body Temple} +=+ AVATARS to express our Spiritual Esoteric Eternal Immortal [Celestial Beings] / * \ wishes if we but know what is happening {in our mind] as we talk to our PERSON [and our} Android Symbiots….





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The instinct or desire to promote one's own well-being; regard for or love of one's self.

There is more too this word then JUST THE {Negative Presented} by Society…., and now let us look up one more word connected to it.… For if we are to become Healers and Earth Healers, and even Heal Our Celestial Sphere Home World, then we must have as say in how we use the EXODICE of the Intention of any words….

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Related to contemplation: contemplation of death

1. The act or state of contemplating.
2. Thoughtful observation or study.
3. Meditation on spiritual matters, especially as a form of devotion.
4. Intention or expectation: sought further information in contemplation of a career change.
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(ˌkɒntɛmˈpleɪʃən; -təm-)
1. thoughtful or long consideration or observation
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) spiritual meditation, esp (in Christian religious practice) concentration of the mind and soul upon God. Compare meditation
3. purpose or intention

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(ˌkɒn təmˈpleɪ ʃən, -tɛm-)

1. the act of contemplating; thoughtful observation.
2. full or deep consideration; meditation; reflection: religious contemplation.
3. purpose or intention.
4. prospect or expectation.

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contemplate, contemplation - The base of contemplate and comtemplation is Latin templum, "open space for observation."

See also related terms for observation.

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contemplation - a long and thoughtful observation  
stare - a fixed look with eyes open wide

contemplation - a calm, lengthy, intent consideration musing, reflection, rumination, thoughtfulness, reflexion cogitation, study - attentive consideration and meditation; "after much cogitation he rejected the offer" consideration - the process of giving careful thought to something
meditation, speculation - continuous and profound contemplation or musing on a subject or series of subjects of a deep or abstruse nature; "the habit of meditation is the basis for all real knowledge"
meditation - (religion) contemplation of spiritual matters (usually on religious or philosophical subjects)

introspection, self-contemplation, self-examination - the contemplation of your own thoughts and desires and conduct

retrospect - contemplation of things past; "in retrospect"
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1. thought, consideration, reflection, musing, meditation, pondering, deliberation, reverie, rumination, cogitation The garden is a place of quiet contemplation.
2. observation, viewing, looking at, survey, examination, inspection, scrutiny, gazing at He was lost in contemplation of the landscape.
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So since we have NO BALANCE in this world, everyone } that is in Control of [Good and Evil] and that would Apply to {LOVE and HATE} +=+ as well... WE must keep learning things, for Empaths [are very important] to the HEALING of this place.....

Tiger #Pineapple


These Teachings if your are TOO LOGICAL or just EMOTIONALLY SHUT DOWN should help you understand Numerology and Gemontria things that will be Taught in OUR FLAT EARTH Magical Academies….


Yeah, the guy talks about FAKE SPACE, but look beyond that for many are FREE MASON SLAVES and they took Blood Oaths to the 3td Degree where they Agreed to be MURDERED by the FREE MASON Lodges is they speak what they learn in FREE MASON LODGES, and that is why these INTERNATIONALIST have taken over our world where Jesus Stated: DO NOT make a Promise or Make and Oath for NO ONE OWNS YOU unless you let them own you, só KILL your masters if you wish to become FREED MASONS!!! The Society of nonmason~ [///|||\\\]

Anyway, to take a breath, and say: WOW!!! What a place we live in….

Much Love~

Johnny Exodice


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