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No coincidence that you're in your 13th year as Shaumbra.
No coincidence that if you add up the month and the year you come up with a 13. Thirteen
is a very, very sacred number. I know a lot of people are afraid of 13. A lot of
buildings around the world do not have a 13th floor. In a way it's
kind of appropriate, because 13 is also called the invisible sacred power number
– 'power' is not quite the right word – but the potential
Thirteen, if you take a look at the apostles, 12 apostles plus Yeshua, 13. How many knights at the Round Table? Twelve plus Arthur is thirteen. Friday the 13th, that scary number. Actually, it wasn't at all. It was a sacred number until someone, some organization suddenly went on a witch hunt on Friday the 13th killing many, many who were into the Mystery Schools, parts of the Knights Templar, parts of the work that so many of you did. But 13 – very, very sacred, interesting number of shift. Of shift.
< Kharisma 10 > Thirteen colonies, 13 original colonies, and of course, the number 13 – not bad at all. Actually, it's a very, very sacred number. But it's gotten its bad rap, Friday the 13th. As so many of you know, where did Friday the 13th come from? Why 13th? Well, it had to do with the Knights Templar who were called to various locations in Europe on a Friday the 13th a long, long time ago on behalf of the church and the governments; called to a meeting, to a grand gathering and celebration, and executed on that day. So ever since Friday the 13th has had this reputation, this energy around it. Most don't understand it. They just hear “Friday the 13th.” They're superstitious. Thirteen, a beautiful number; thirteen colonies started the United States of America.
At dawn on Friday, 13 October 1307 (a date sometimes spuriously linked with the origin of the Friday the 13th superstition)King Philip IV ordered de Molay and scores of other French Templars to be simultaneously arrested.