Thursday, 19 April 2012


There was a fire in the small town of Mari in west Germany in a chemical plant on the 31st of March. That was the 'Day of Tenacity'. Two people died and there is no mention of how the fire started or by whom. Apparently, breaking and fuel systems in cars rely on a chemical that used to be made in this chemical plant. The BBC report that the Evonik Industries plant in Germany was responsible for a 'good chunk' of the world's supply. [1]

The word Mari from Hebrew comes from Mar and it means 'Master, LORD'. [1] The term mari was also used as a title of respect and another form for Rabi. Mari in Hebrew letters is Mem Resh Yud. Mem is the 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet and it has the numerical value of 40. In the ancient pictographs the mem is a symbol of water and it can also be for mother. 40 is also related to Prophet Moses and the 40 years in the wilderness.

Resh is the 20th letter with the numerical value of 200. In the ancient pictographs it is the head of a person. In numerology 20 is the number of judgement. The Yud is the 10th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and it has the numerical value of 10. In the ancient pictographs it is a hand. The total gematria value of the three letters is 250.

In the name mari in Hebrew we have the water, mother, head and hand of the Master.

This comes on a day when I was sent a letter inviting me to apply for a new driving license. However, the letter did not read like an invitation to reinstate, it read more like a letter from an SS general from Nazi Germany. The UK is truly run as a totalitarian state, and they use every opportunity to take every single penny from you, in any way that they can. Soviet writer Fazil Iskander described it as 'being forced to live in the same room with an insanely violent man'. George Orwell and Aldous Huxley also wrote about it in their books, 1984, Animal Farm, and Brave New World. 

In addition, the government agency have asked for two hundred pounds, with no guarantee that they will give me a new license. I am seriously not surprised that there was a fire at mari.


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