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Our Beliefs Are Under Investigation

Why are our beliefs being investigated? What platform is used to gather information? Who is doing the investigating?

Our beliefs are being investigated through Public Opinion Polls? Polls tell us what proportion of a population has a specific viewpoint. Polls do not explain why we believe as we do or change our minds on how to believe. This is the work of social scientists. Polls are a measurement tool that tells how a population thinks and feels about any given topic.

After polling our thoughts, Social Scientist uses this information to study the results for the intended purpose of promoting civic competence and order; includes anthropology, economics, political science, psychology and sociology. The underline goal for major opinion polls is to decide whether there is a flaw, fault, error or defect in structures designed for the purpose of controlling outcomes.

The world system is structured to control outcomes. And the mechanism to get results is a premeditated belief system made up of three parts: Religion (the godhead, man-made belief organization), economics (man’s monetary power system, omnipresent) and government (the controlling son). The following information reveals why our beliefs are under investigation.


“Gallup, Inc. is an American research-based, global performance-management consulting company. Founded by George Gallup in 1935, the company became famous for its public opinion polls, which were conducted in the United States and other countries. Gallup works with major businesses and organizations around the world.

Gallup has nearly 40 offices in more than 20 countries. World headquarters are in Washington, D.C. Operational headquarters are in Omaha, Nebraska. There are about 2,000 employees in this privately held company, working in four divisions: Gallup Poll, Gallup Consulting, Gallup University, and Gallup Press.”

According to a Gallup poll conducted in May, 2014; twenty-eight percent of Americans believe that the Bible is the literal word of God. That's a 3% decrease since 2007, when about 1/3 of the United States answered that they believed the Bible was the actual word of God. However, in the late 1970's, 38% to 40% of Americans told Gallup that they believed in the Bible as God's word; read the full report.


The evidence in this poll is not so much focused on whether we believe the Bible is the literal word of God, but more to do with the underline evidence of our religious beliefs being on the decline.

Think about this for a minute, why would believing the Bible is the literal word of God relevant or the qualifying factor for running a major poll; what does it prove? For instance, if I don't believe the Bible is the literal word of God does that mean I’m an atheist? Or, if I don't believe God exist, does that mean God is dead? It proves nothing.

However, what the poll clearly shows through percentages is that our religious beliefs are in decline. Now, this reduction can negatively impact a system based on belief and in time will affect the economy and government.


Religion is an organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems, and world views that relate humanity to an order of existence. Belief is not knowing something to be true; mental constructs that lack evidence. A belief system is undeniably based on the lack of evidence or evidence impossible to prove.

To know truth is to literally stop believing. When man stops believing they are transformed by renewing the mind. As a result of gaining new information and testing it, we will discern what is true.

Knowing truth is a problem in a belief system. To know is to perceive or to have direct cognition of a thing; to have understanding of the importance of knowing oneself and our surroundings. To recognize the nature of a thing to discern or to be aware of the truth based on fact.

When we stop believing in man’s ideas and images our eyes are open to unseen truths that will expose those who have power to create false metaphors that are taught. When we do our own investigation we will no longer need to believe what is taught, we will be able to discern whether it is truth or a lie.

The above transformation from belief to knowing is the reason for our declining belief system, as more people seek out truth. Furthermore, this mind change will eventually challenge the authority of those in power and will ultimately reveal the deceptive nature of their religious practices created for the purpose of controlling outcomes (mental slavery).

This scenario is being played out daily throughout the world's media, as those who know the truth, now struggle to overcome false world ideas.

How we view the world is significant to those who have monetary power over it. Public opinion polls give a barometer of our thoughts and beliefs. Decisions are now being made to correct that decline with new metaphors and similes. Look for increased media that promotes religion and fear through movies, TV, radio… as they deliver false ideas and imagery across the globe.

These similes or visual illustrations provoke fear and stop us from hearing, seeing or continuing to seek truth. Think outside the box, the people who control the world’s system know good from evil their goal is for you not to. The information is out there, seek and you will find it. Knock and the door will be open only to those who seek. What will you do?


Huffington Post
Gallup Inc.
Polling the Nations
Science 2.0 

Merriam Webster

Inside The Minds the Donald Sterlings of The World

Updated 8.12.2014 - Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life from the NBA, fined the maximum $2.5 million and forced to sell the Clippers for his infamous racial comments.  Unfortunately, this type of thinking is still prevalent today.  Sterling is a perfect example of one who is led by systematic concepts and opinions. Comments by Sterling about black people were racist, however, the problem is far bigger than that, and it is systemic.

During the history of slavery there were many different forms of human exploitations across many cultures. Slavery means the systematic exploitation of labor for work and services without payment and the possession of people as personal property. Slaves were often sold at markets and auctions. The strongest and healthiest slaves were sold by various methods. One method used was the scramble method. Before a sale, the ship’s captain and buyers agreed on an equal price for all slaves, often several hundred dollars apiece. These slaves were then assembled in a large yard. On a signal, the buyers burst into this yard to grab the best slaves. Fighting often ensued between excited buyers over a particularly good “specimen.” Slave auctions showed that slaves were not thought of as human beings with human rights. Instead, they were thought of as property, which could be bought or sold.

On the other hand, the indentured servant (slave) were contracted to work four to seven years in exchange for passage, room, board, lodging and freedom dues. When an indentured servant was done serving his term with his "master" in the New World, the slave was given “Freedom Dues."   These dues consisted of land, possessions, and/or money. This was the contractual agreement of the indentured servants’ term. While the life of an indentured slave was harsh and restrictive, it wasn't to be viewed as slavery. There were laws that protected some of their rights.

The reason why I'm taking you down this road is to get you to see how people like Sterling think.  Their mindset is different than ours; they have established their own set of beliefs that are held within a system designed to control. Sterling made the following comments when confronted by his female acquaintance; she asked, how can you feel this way about minorities when you have minorities playing for you? He said, "I clothe them, I give them food, housing who else gives this to them;" his state of mind is of an ownership mentality. He doesn't think he is saying anything wrong because to him the players are his property. Lets look at these statistics; “one percent of the richest people in the world, amount to $110 trillion. That is 65 times the total wealth of the bottom half of the world’s population.” They give us jobs, clothes, food, housing and in turn we make them wealthy. WE ARE THEIR MONEY (property).

Here's what the media is not saying; A while back Elgin Baylor sued Sterling and lost. In the original lawsuit, Baylor said that Sterling had a “vision of a southern plantation-type structure;" well, so does the NBA and the rest of the planet. The NBA holds lotteries for the top specimen in the draft; they look for players who have the ability to outperform the rest of the prospects. The prospects are paraded in front of owners and coaches to demonstrate their physical attributes. On draft night, teams scramble for position trying to purchase the best stock; buying, selling and through trade negotiations.

Ball players are similar to indentured servants who receive contracts for their services for two to five years in exchange for money. Now they’re the property of the owner and if the athletes chosen were the right choice, the owner’s revenue increases tremendously. This system runs the same way in Corporate America and throughout the world. We look for the best, the brightest and the strongest. Moral values are not a prerequisite. We the people love this system with all its discriminatory practices.

The President, in his attempt to modify the system must deal with the Sterling's of the world. Their politicians will fight to prevent any systematic change that will take money out of their pockets.  If you are an outsider (President Obama), monetary changes are not an option within a system created to make the one percent wealthier; they will shut down government first (i.e., Obama Care, a crack in their monetary system). To the super wealthy, this has nothing to do with race, but more to do with ownership. If you’re not apart of the one or two percent you are property, therefore a slave… Oh, I'm sorry, I mean an indentured servant.

How does this system with this mindset continue to flourish? Why is it so powerful?

Introducing Replicated Intime

Replicated Intime will uncover hidden truths about God, Creation and Religion by providing you with accurate historical information along with scientific fact.

To know something is to be absolutely certain or sure about its existence. The Bible says we are to know the truth and the truth will make us free. Now, if truth makes us free, there must be something that keeps us enslaved. We will explore what that is.

In addition, there are ongoing debates about Christian theology and the origins of the Bible; who wrote it, the nature of its authority, and its relationship to the Divine. The debates usually involve several cultures who may have had a part in putting the Bible together such as the Ancient Greeks, Hebrews, Israelite's, Persians and the Babylonians. However, these debates omit the ancient writings of the oldest known civilized culture on the planet, North Africans, the ancient people of Kemet (relics have been found so old they can’t be dated).

Now, the first question that came to mind when discovering this information was why. So I thought, if I were hiding something from you, I’m not going to tell you what it is. Because, if I do, you will discover my secret and that secret may give you a different opinion about me. It’s the same concept with the ancient writings of the North Africans, to acknowledge these writings will uncover what’s hidden, a great historical deception about the Bible’s origin.

The question is what’s the big secret? Join us as we investigate what that secret is.

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