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The 22 elements by which God created the world.
The Word of God is at the 22th level of conscience. The cosmic conscience would subdivide indeed into 24 dimensional or spiritual levels. The maximal conscience level, the 24th, would be attributable only to the God-Father and the 23th level would be considered as being an energy protective area surrounding the level 24. The 22th level of conscience would be also that of the antique Elohim also named the 24 Ancients.
The Chronos god was surrounded by 22 main assistants and 22 secondary, according to the Phoenician Sanchoniaton.
"From the twenty-two great Masters that counted the "Templiers Order" since its creation to its term, seven lost the life in combats; five died of their wounds, one of voluntary fast, having fallen to hands of infidels. Finally, James Molay had to be burnt alive under Philip the Bel, but the Order was dissolved when this crime occurred. It is therefore on the whole thirteen great Masters in function who paid of their existence the honor to command the soldiers of Christ." (John Carpentier)
The twenty-two channels linking the ten "Sephiroth" between them in the "sephirotic Tree" of the Cabal.
The head of the man is constituted of 22 bones: 8 for the cranium and 14 for the face.
Specifically, sources told Solomon that the U.S. embassy under Yovanovitch had pressured Ukraine prosecutors in 2016 to drop or avoid pursuing several cases, including one involving the George Soros-backed AntiCorruption Action Centre and two cases involving Ukraine officials who criticized then-candidate Donald Trump and his campaign manager Paul Manafort.
As the story of the U.S. embassy’s “do not prosecute list” spread, a Ukrainian news outlet claimed the individual who told Solomon the list existed had recanted. Solomon said he called the individual, Yuriy Lutsenko, who denied recanting or even changing his story.
“One of the American outlets that did contact Lutsenko, The New York Times, belatedly disclosed today that Lutsenko told it, like he told me, that he stood by his allegation that the ambassador had provided him names of people and groups she did not want to be targeted by prosecutors.”
Solomon wrote: “It is neither a conspiracy theory nor a debunked or retracted story. U.S. embassy officials DID apply pressure to try to stop Ukrainian prosecutors from pursuing certain cases.”
Sen. Ben Sasse sent a letter to the head of the Federal Bureau of Prisons telling her to "come prepared" with answers regarding the death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
"Epstein's death makes it significantly harder to prosecute his co-conspirators," the Nebraska Republican said in a letter dated Wednesday to Kathleen Hawk Sawyer. "Wealthy and powerful men raped innocent children, and it is an outrage that so much of the evidence of these crimes died with Epstein while in your agency's custody."
Sasse noted in the letter that he had already asked "basic and urgent questions" regarding the financial mogul's death, but that "we're still in the dark about what happened to Epstein." The senator argued that "Americans deserve answers" to the question and that Sawyer should come to the Tuesday Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with "substantial answers."
I've a question #AmbassadorYavonovitch: Did you or did you not have a victory party planned for Hillary Clinton while you were ambassador?
@OANN just spoke with a source who has the invites... Would you repeat that part about being a non-partisan player?
Despite Schiff’s support of the FISA process and his continued denial that any wrongdoing occurred, a recent report from investigative journalist Sara Carter indicates that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s much anticipated report will be released to the public before Thanksgiving, that it will include documents that were declassified by the president, and that it will be quite damning:
Assuming that Horowitz’s report contains these findings, it will paint a picture of (and confirm) the deep bias that permeated some of the nation’s most-powerful agencies against the Trump campaign.
It will also entirely discredit Schiff’s argument that no wrongdoing occurred relative to the FISA warrants and will portray him as a deeply partisan member of the House whose sole goal is to remove the president at any cost (even if it means overlooking clear abuses).
The release of the FISA report could be a game changer. If it’s as damaging as Carter suggests, it will not only reveal one of the nation’s biggest political scandals but could also significantly impact the public’s perception of Schiff and the House’s entire impeachment inquiry.