A Challenge to the 21

Friends,
Twenty-one is a sacred number. It comprises the vibratory signature of the harmonic law of the trine, the Law of Three. This law, or better, this blessed reality, can be seen expressed in the highest forms of divinity. In the Hindu religion it is expressed in the Divine Trimurti, the cycle of creation, comprised of Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver) and Shiva (the Destroyer). From birth, life and transcendence, the Law of Three resurfaces in the Christian religion as the blessing in prayers to the Father (God), the Son (Jesus Christ) and the Holy Ghost (the Holy Spirit). In numerology, the number of the God heart or the Great Spirit dwelling in all of us and all things is 777. A trine of three sevens makes the number 21. Add 21 together and 2+1 = the law of 3.

While meditating on 21, this highest number of love godliness, I came to regard the essence of a beautiful ancient Greek word: philanthropy. It comes from uniting anthropos (humanity) with philo(s) love. It essentially means a love of humanity and a giving of that love to all human beings. It is the word of love’s charity and donation to increase the well being of mankind.

My philanthropy requires I keep writing these articles on current events and prophecies to somehow alert and help individuals make choices in the present that will bring about a better future for all humanity. My donation to this cause is, on average, more than 100,000 words a year in 150 articles, taking hundreds of hours each year to research, write and edit above and beyond what I do for my material survival.

From time to time, I sought the philanthropy of you, my readers, and some of you generously donated with all that you could spare to help us cover our budget for HogueProphecy Bulletins. Whether your donation appears mathematically modest or large, I welcomed them all and write a thank you letter to each of you personally.

Because of your charity, we have covered so far two-fifths of what we need to go on for the rest of the year. It is a good start; however, the time has come for more fifths to be found. We need more of the tens of thousands of readers of these bulletins to join us now.

During the donation campaign in May, I received the following challenge from one of my readers. I will share it with you now:

“Heard your call and my wife and I made a $200.00 donation. We have donated and purchased from your store a number of times in the past because we believe in what you are doing. Additionally, we get satisfaction and a degree of inspiration from reading your reports and projects (not to mention your TV and radio appearances). I would challenge all those who consider your work important to match our gift. If you feel it would be appropriate, you may use my challenge in an e-mail to your supporters. Keep it up!!!! (I always say — Hare Krsna) Marlon.”

I just want to say again that in my heart anything donators have given, large or small, has immensely helped us continue and I would not wish to burden those who have already given with another call of help. As I have said before, if only 1,000 of my 100,000-plus readers poured into our coffers the modest sum of $5 it would cover the time and costs for me to keep sending bulletins every other day for a year.

If, though, there were 21 of you who resonated with Marlon and his wife’s challenge and answered it — just 21 of you — then your generous matching donation of $200 each would cover our budget for the rest of the year.

I would like my readers to say “yes” to whatever they can give. And also, to all those who can each support this important work with a matching donation of $200, you can send it in two ways.

The first is via Paypal:

HERE

Or, you can send a US check or US bank draft paid to the order of “John Hogue” to the following postal address:

John Hogue
P.O. Box 666
Langley, WA 98260

Thank you for all your philanthropic help in the past, the present and in the future.

John Hogue
(25 June 2009)

PS–Thank you, Michael Jackson, for everything. From an admirer and fellow-eccentric.

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