Monday, August 4, 2014

OBAMA BIRTHDAY THE NEXT KENNEDY STYLE HOAX full standard pack plus a joker - 53 cards in all

When Muhammad first began preaching in Mecca his desire was that the people of Mecca, the Quraysh, would accept him as a prophet and the religion he was teaching. They were not receptive to him and made life difficult for him and his followers, and many of his followers fled to Christian Abyssinia for protection. This was until Muhammad recited Surah 53 (Surat-an-Najm) with the following verses:
Have you thought of al-Lat and al-Uzza and Manat, the third ... these are the exalted Gharaniq (a high flying bird)[7] whose intercession is approved. (Ibn Ishaq, Sirat Rasul Allah, pp. 165-166)
Al-Lat, al-Uzza and Manat were some of the local idols worshiped in Mecca. Previously Muhammad had spoken against them in his monotheist preaching but now he recited that their "intercession is approved".
When (the) Quraysh heard that, they were delighted and greatly pleased at the way in which he spoke of their gods and they listened to him ... Then the people dispersed and Quraysh went out, delighted at what had been said about their gods, saying, "Muhammad has spoken of our gods in splendid fashion". (Ibn Ishaq, Sirat Rasul Allah, p. 166)
The Apostle of Allah, may Allah bless him, repeated them (the verses), and he went on reciting the whole of surah (53) and then fell in prostration, and the people (the Quraysh) fell in prostration with him. (Ibn Sa'd, Kitab Al-Tabaqat Al-Kabir, vol. 1, p. 237)
Imam Bukhari too confirms that after Muhammad recited Surah 53 the Quraysh accepted Muhammad and prayed with him:
Narrated Ibn Abbas: The Prophet ... prostrated while reciting An-Najm (Sura 53) and with him prostrated the Muslims, the pagans (the Quraysh), the jinns, and all human beings. (Bukhari: vol. 2, bk. 19, no. 177, Khan)
César Chávez 
born March 31st, 1927                                
3 + 31 +1+9+2+7 = 53 = his life lesson = what he was here to learn = Forthright.  Straightforward.  Discussion.  Debating.  Offense.  Principles.  Creed.  Doctrine.  Persuade.  Convince.  Compelling.  Warrior.  Crusader.  Evangelist.  Preacher.  Preaching.  Sermon.  Ministry.  Missionary.  Converting.  Straight to the point.  Cut to the chase/quick.  Passionate about your beliefs.  Fighting for the truth.  Straight to your face with the truth.  Having a warrior spirit.  With one deft stroke.  Convincing argument.  Heated discussion.  Heated debate. 
Upton Sinclair
born September 20th, 1878                         9 + 20 +1+8+7+8 = 53
Diane Sawyer
born December 22nd, 1945                        12 + 22 +1+9+4+5 = 53
Jane Fonda
born December 21st, 1937                         12 + 21 +1+9+3+7 = 53
Jack Dempsey
born June 24th, 1895                                  6 + 24 +1+8+9+5 = 53
“Mean” Joe Greene
born September 24th, 1946                         9 + 24 +1+9+4+6 = 53
George Wallace
born August 25th, 1919                               8 + 25 +1+9+1+9 = 53
Tom Ridge
born August 26th, 1945                               8 + 26 +1+9+4+5 = 53
Yasser Arafat
born August 24th, 1929                               8 + 24 +1+9+2+9 = 53
James Carville
born October 25th, 1944                             10 + 25 +1+9+4+4 = 53

Number 8 resonates with the influences and vibrations of authority and personal power, self-confidence, executive ability, confidence, inner-strength, professionalism and the professional, management, material freedom, success, good judgement, money, finances, riches, manifesting wealth, abundance and prosperity, provision, investments, discrimination and discernment, giving and receiving, thoroughness, dependability, self-reliance, repose, practicality, consideration, inner-wisdom, self-sufficiency, social status, pragmatism, the ego, aggregation, compassion, dictatorship, executive, delegation, reality, truth and integrity, compassion, dictatorship, multiples, employment, stability, appearance, customs, skills and talents, exchanges, truth, good judgement and problem-solving, organisation and organizing, achieving and achievements, decisiveness, control, constant, ambition, the authoritarian, challenge, efficiency, trustworthiness, insight, planning and the planner, sociability, works independently, learning through experience, true justice, retreat, patience, caution, self-discipline, free-will, insight, spiritual consciousness, expansion, dissolution, dimension of the timeless, good and bad, right and wrong, day and night, ability to see and relate to eternal dimensions, balance between forces, connects spirit and matter, developing confidence to follow a vision, breaks down barriers to transformation, reality, courage, a desire for peace and a love of humanity and world transformation.         

Number 8 relates to the concept of karma – the Universal Spiritual Law of Cause and Effect.

With many other COURT Cards:

When the Knight of Swords appears in a spread with many other Court cards it is implying that many people are involved in a situation.

With many other SWORDS:
Appearing with many other Swords cards in a reading, the Knight of Swords indicates trouble, pressures and concerns.

Two Knights appearing in a reading indicates mixed-messages or signal, that cause you to doubt the sincerity of a male friend.

The Knight of Swords appearing with another Knight of any suit indicates involvement with schools, colleges and learning facilities.

Three Knights in a spread may be forewarning of heated arguments to come.

Four Knights appearing in a reading suggests verbal and/or physical violence and extreme abuse.

Some Islamic and most non-Muslim Western commentators on the Qur'an have accepted this story of Muhammad's momentary acceptance of the verses; others have repudiated it. But the prevailing Muslim view of what is called the "Gharaniq" incident is that it is a fabrication created by the unbelievers of Mecca in the early days of Islam, and, Haykal comments, afterwards the "story arrested the attention of the western Orientalists who took it as true and repeated it ad nauseam." (Haykal 105) The main argument against the authenticity of the two verses in Haykal and elsewhere is that "its incoherence is evident upon the least scrutiny. It contradicts the infallibility of every prophet in conveying the message of His Lord." (Haykal 107) In other words, since Muslims believe Muhammad to have faithfully reported God's word, it is surprising that Muslim scholars have accepted such a discreditable story, and not at all surprising that it might have been invented by Islam's enemies. In his analysis of the passage, Haykal comes to the conclusion that "this story of the goddesses is a fabrication and a forgery, authored by the enemies of Islam after the first century of Hijrah" (Haykal 144). Zakaria Bashier shares this view, though he further argues that even if the verses were to be regarded as being genuine, they would not impugn the Prophet's infallibility because they were in fact uttered by Satan. (Bashier 175). He also refers to similar observations by al-Suhayili (see Bashier 173).