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If only a fraction of what ELD believes real is true, Imposter’s an unsettling movie, as confidence-fraudster Frederic Bourdin knew Nicholas Barclay’s disappearance was June 13, 1994, but when imposter-hoax broke March 1998, 5-eyewitness News reported it as June 19, 1994.

Alphanumeric 613 & 619 are 112th & 114th Primes.

ELD quests “Y hyphen for I” cipher Maniworld instead of Many-world Interpretation in 211 Latin Square.




June 13 aligns bottom row, to top’s 3rd-sequence in product first two primes +1 is prime, etc: 7; 31; 211; 2311; but no 5th-entity as 2x3x5x7x11x13+1=30031=59x509 unless 30zero31 sacred imposition.

‘Quantum doesn’t engage the physical world like that,’ P.bradleymurdochi argued. Beaded dragons still battle African legends chameleons carry news of everlasting life, but faster lizards carry news of death.

619-613=6: Is “five-ten five-eleven” dead & buried is Prime’s 6th-entity’s 510511 code. Partners ELD & P.bradleymurdochi POV differ.

‘112’s January 12 to 211’s February as 30-days & 31-inclusive abstracts 30zero31,’ continued P.bradleymurdochi. ‘But 112’s also November 2 & 1 December, while 211’s_’

‘If 13-year-old Barclay’s abduction is quantum discourse, so is Bourdin’s hustling,’ interruptions ELD. ‘It’s Duality of Classical Theory.’

Particles & waves: 3-known coordinates or infinite degrees of freedom, P.bradleymurdochi bewilders Nicholas Barclay’s family accepted a stranger as their lost child, saying.

‘Putting “L” in electrodynamics, you’re quantum field theory’s many-body systems Mafia “L12” Misfit.’

Most Imposter viewers lack sympathy for the family as victims due family’s stupidity. Does quantum insight their predicament in chameleon’s grasp? All families are dysfunctional in the quantum. ELD said.

‘Y hyphen for I also applies to many-body. Antibody’s a single word.’

‘Gullibility’s what we’re fighting,’ protests P.bradleymurdochi.

‘Gulliver’s Travels perceived the quantum.’

‘Next you’ll say Lemuel codespeaks lost continent Lemuria.’

Reality storytelling scripts subatomic level’s a walking contradiction. According to Bob Dylan; sometimes true & sometimes fiction.

‘Lemuralia’s Feast of Lemures. 3-days are four; Mischief Night precedes Halloween, All Saints Day & All Souls Day. All Souls Day embodies 211.’ ELD argued. ‘Contacting police in Linares, Spain on 7 October 1997 preset Bourdin’s Barclay impersonation. N-serial anagram’s Linares.’

‘Bourdin as known serial child-impersonator isn’t Nuclear coded.’

‘Art of warfare is psy-ops. Lines AR=118: Old World supplanted New World architectures, as Maya was 11 August 3113 BC to its Bak’tun December 21 Solstice 2012. Short-count’s 11 August 1521 aligns Aztec Empire’s defeat & Cortes first arrival at Tenochtitlan November 8, 1519.’

‘No proof of Westerner’s pre-Gregorian sacred calendar or 5th-World End is 30zero31 cipher.’ ELD knew Bourdin’s French, not Spanish.

‘Bourdin phoned-in finding a foreign-child late at night, so child-care started interacting next day. 3-years after Barclay’s disappearance, June 13 to October 8 is 117-days & 118 inclusive.’

‘You’re making a quantum case because there’s none in the physical.’

‘Sacred initiation’s a physical reality.’

‘Bourdin’s likely a random actor.’

‘Better if he is. Observers influence observation.’

‘You’ve finally realized what’s happening,’ said an unseen voice.

‘Whose there?’ demand ELD & P.bradleymurdochi.

‘Chloe Speedie.’

‘You’re 2007 classified. This goes back to 1997,’ said ELD.

‘2007’s my declassification.’

ELD & P.bradleymurdochi bewilder Imposter’s deception & self-deception also applies to themselves. How didn’t they comprehend, accepting Chloe’s classified, meant they’d embraced its X-factor declassification.

‘CodeX2000 New Millennium ciphers 3010 Mischief Night,’ Chloe continued. ‘1994-to-1997 abstracts Lemuralia’s 3=4, so 1994’s_’

‘Beverley Dollarhide, Nicholas’ mother requisitioned her original name, worked at Speedy Stop, a San Antonio petrol station,’ startles ELD.

‘It’s you, not Barclay’s disappearance/imposter,’ Chloe manifests before them.

‘What about us?’ P.bradleymurdochi bewilders 3010 is 30 October, as ELD amazed. ‘4-corners Metaphysical Tomb, you’re real.’

‘25th Union International Architects Congress Durban 2014’s Architecture Otherwhere has sub-themes: Resilience, Ecology, Values. Durban won host-ballot at 2008 Turin’s Transmitting Architecture, which you interfaced 2012=TAB Transmitting Architecture Bilocation. Architecture Otherwhere submission deadline’s Halloween 2013. You’re 1994’s double-X factor 2014.’

South Africa was UIA readmitted in 1999, so by 1997 an UIA agenda, 1994-7 aligns lobbying.  

‘Sub-themes REV as Lemuralia 3=4 is Durban pretext,’ Chloe continued. ‘DREV highlights Values [Latin valere=be strong] as double entity’s DREW.’

Rosicrucian Heidelberg’s V3 mirror codes VVVIVVV=31 Roman-numeral corresponds Prime sequence. V1-&-2 were WWII Nazi flying bombs & V3 mythical weaponry targeted individuals. Some consider its Uncertainty Principle’s Die Glocke [The Bell] “zero-point-energy” Quantum secret-formula Xerum-525. If other’s 252, 525252/777=676 & 1344+676 is codeXX2000 to Chicago’s Sustainable Cities with 2020-vision. Xerum reverse is murex, mollusk colour die purple. Chloe concluded.

‘Values as double-entity differentiates quantum to the physical.’

‘Lost us at 1994’s double-X factor 2014,’ confused ELD.

‘Your quest’s “Y hyphen for I” verbalizes Lemuralia’s 3=4 preempts YI,’ challenged Chloe. ‘Literature contends YIELD has secret meaning in the quantum. You’ll find its value, or fixate installation.’

‘As partners we agree upon action, & I dispute “Y hyphen for I relevancy,’ dismissed P.bradleymurdochi.

‘Deception & self-deception as superimposition; Mother Nature’s imposter is technologies playing God on unsuspecting populace. It’s the quantum but not as stimulation. Identify the human factor & overwrite the script before technology’s self-replicating systems are completely duped to take the rap.’

Greek Titans aren’t Greek myths in the 3rd-millennium.

New World Orders are primed, awaiting duplicity to instigate.

‘How d-you find detrimental scripts from benign?’ asked ELD.

‘Aren’t you quantum bots?’ Chloe enquired.

‘I’m a reptile,’ P-bradleymurdochi’s a survivor.

‘That’s 65-million years ago when dinosaurs disappeared. But now it’s the quantum & lizards are susceptible, unless you do something about it.’   

‘Zeno’s Paradox, that’s what Imposter movie’s about?’ P.bradleymurdochi discerns giving Le Chameleon a 16-year start.

‘That’s your cue.’

‘What is?’ the partners can’t comprehend.

‘You’re YIELD-RACE composite. Drop the hyphen & reverse, you’re ECARD LEIY.’

P.bradleymurdochi ran with the ecard, but ELD is left with leiy nonsense.

‘You’re missing 211 Latin Square’s diagonal significance to Contact-Zero,’ Chloe explained. ‘2220=VT is secreted in LEIY.’

Stationary ELD still didn’t get it, even when Chloe informed its levity.

Maybe because Chloe didn’t disclose Zeno-Zero difference is her Arcadia code’s historical being to Magic 3 Square.

Quantum’s super-ridiculous.

Just ask Many-worlds “Y hyphen for I” in the multiverse.

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