COINCIDENCES IN MY LIFE – PART 4©
ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit
Registration plate number
In 2003-04-23, I went to the Queensland Transport at Woodridge to register the Apollo car in Queensland to replace FAF 888 registration in New South Wales. I was given the top of a newly-opened box of plate numbers containing 240 ICD to 259 ICD.
When I fetched wife from office, she said that ICD means “I see Thee” like an abbreviated text message. It means “I see God”.
Fr. Ben Macajes, a Roman Catholic priest, told me that ICD means “Iesus Christus Dominus” meaning Jesus Christ God. Dominus, from “The Random House Dictionary of the English Language”, means lord or master and not exactly God. Two days later, I thought D may be Deus. True, the Latin word Deus stands for God. Hence, ICD means “Iesus Christus Deus” or Jesus Christ God. I still did not know what 240 stands for. You may read the details at http://aristean.org/post049.htm .
In 2006-08-31, I bought a Toyota Echo economy car for use in commuting to work. Its registration plate number is 462 IDE. Since it is model Echo, I thought IDE stands for “I Thee echo” which I realized is what I was doing. I echo what Ama (God the Father) or the Holy Spirit (the spirit of Jesus Christ) is saying. That is why from the latter part of 2006, I used “Echo of the Holy Spirit” as a title together with “Peace Crusader”. I still did not know what 462 stands for, like 240.
I brought up the topic in the forum at James Randi Educational Foundation. One person by the name of Thabiguy cracked the mystery of 240 and 462. He said to subtract 240 from 462, the answer is 222. Divide 222 by 2, the answer is 111. God is number 1, and as Trinity, it is 111. To find the midpoint, 240 + 111 = 351. 462 – 111 = 351, The midpoint is 351 which may stand from Christ (3) echoes (5) Ama (1). Ama is the Filipino word for God the Father. This is how we (plural) call the Holy Spirit we talk to. What is your opinion? You may read Thabiguy’s post at http://forums.randi.org/showthread.php?t=73877&page=17 .
When I was working in the government in Sydney from 2004 to 2006, I proposed that we use the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) because we were dealing with alphanumeric Purchase Order Number and names which maybe exotic or aboriginal. It was not as easy, like Smith or John. We are in a multicultural society, hence people’s, street’s, or suburb’s names may be misspelled.
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