Thursday, September 29, 2011
E Pluribus Unum 09 29 2011
It literally means, “Out of many, One.”
Why did the founding fathers put that on our currency? You have to look at what the founding fathers were escaping, religious persecution. You don’t not flee from religious persecution if you are Satan you stay and enjoy being Satan as that is your nature.
So what did the founding father believe in with regards to “Out of many, One.”
They believed that the good elevated the good to the top of a country! What is the opposite of this, that they abhorred?- It would be “Many out of one.” What does “Many out of one,” mean in broad philosophical terms, as it relates to a society? It means demonizing the one and splitting up the one, like Judas did when he sold Christ to the Romans. The founding fathers believed in “Out of many, One.” If Jesus were alive in the country when it was founded they would have probably elevated him to the top, as they would have been so found of him and his fight against the Satanic of the Bible.
“Out of many, one” and “Many out of one” are the exact opposite philosophies.
In the “Many out of one” philosophy of Satan, those that are created out of the one, care little about others. They were created by leapfrogging others and climbing over their backs. And in the extreme cases of “Many out of one” the “One’s” mind or soul is fragmented and stolen completely and they are labeled schizophrenic- another convention that occurred at about the same time they changed the democratic slogan away from , “Out of many, one.”
“Out of many, one” implies teamwork, cooperation and agreement. You could almost say this one is based on love.
“Many out of one,” implies taking all you can get so there is nothing left on the table.
Honestly ask yourself if today as a country we are “Out of many, one” or “Many out of one.” You cannot say we are not the latter.
Tell me which you think is a better philosophy?
If you were to die and be judged by God which would you want to say that you were a part of?
“Out of many, one” few words much philosophy. Kind of like another popularized latin phrase, “Illegitimi non carborundum” which means “Don’t let the bastards get you down.” I am quite certain there is no correlation between the two.
What were they telling us? What they did not believe in; the stealing of souls. Today those who have had their souls stolen are labeled schizophrenia. This is an abomination!
Thomas Paul Murphy
Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 09 29 2011 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com
It was changed to “In God We Trust” in 1956. What happened to change it? Was it the influx of immigrants from WWII?