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1562 Prophecy and Dream given to Raymond Aguilera on 22 November 2000 at 8:30 AM.

The Lord gave me four separate dreams and a prophecy. The first dream began on the top floor of a three-story building. I could see these three soldiers looking out of the top floor. I guess they were in a war of some kind, for they were in some kind of military mode. Then the image changed and I could only see one soldier in the room of the top floor, but this time the one soldier was wrapped up like a mummy with gray duct tape. Then I saw another soldier (wearing the same type of uniform) sneaking in and crawling on his stomach from the other room with a knife in his hand. It looked like he was going to stab the other soldier that was wrapped up like a mummy. But before he was able to stab this soldier, other soldiers came in and stopped him. Then the first dream stopped.

Second Dream:

Then the Second Dream began with the same soldier in the same upper room. This time other soldiers asked the same soldier (from the first dream) to lay down and be taped up with duct tape - and he was wrapped and taped up. He was going to be stabbed, but he did not know it, for the other soldiers told him it was going to be an exercise of some sort. But before the killer soldier began to crawl on his stomach toward this wrapped soldier, the wrapped soldier's wife walked in the room and went to the head of her husband. As she was comforting her husband, she saw from the corner of her eye the killer soldier crawl toward them on his stomach. The killer stopped and the dream stopped.

Third Dream:

I could see the same soldier again, but this time he was in the kitchen with other soldiers who were trying to persuade him to be taped up with duct tape. He did not want to, but later he agreed and he began to walk toward the living room. As he walked toward the living room he noticed that his right hand was bleeding and that he was missing three fingers. He lifted his left hand and opened it and noticed that he was holding the missing three fingers in the palm of his left hand. Then the dream stopped.

Forth Dream:

In the forth dream, I saw this same soldier wrapped up with duct tape again on the living room floor on the top floor of this three story building. As I watched I could see a video camera mounted in the upper corner of the room and recording everything. Then again, I could see this killer soldier crawling on his belly toward the wrapped up soldier, but this time he stabbed this wrapped up soldier dead. And the video camera recorded the whole thing.


Then the Lord said, "Al Gore is trying to kill the military vote!" (over) "A Conservative News Forum"
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Gore campaign 'trying to block military votes'

Crime/Corruption News Keywords: GORE FIGHTS U.S. MILITARY
Source: UK Electronic Telegraph
Author: By Stephen Robinson in Washington and Toby Harnden in Tallahassee
Posted on 11/19/2000 18:50:20 PST by Rudder

THE painfully slow manual recount of Florida ballot papers took its most acrimonious turn yesterday when Republicans accused the Gore campaign of deliberately excluding servicemen's postal votes to fix the election.

Governor George W Bush comfortably won the overseas absentee vote by 1,380 votes to Vice-President Al Gore's 750 but, after vigorous challenges by Gore canvassers, 1,527 of the postal ballots, many of them from soldiers and sailors on active service, were rejected.

With the two candidates just 930 votes apart, every ballot paper counts and is being intensely fought over by Democratic and Republican party officials. Gen Norman Schwarzkopf, the Gulf war commander who now lives in Florida, led Republican condemnation of a five-page guide which advised Democratic tellers how to raise objections to the postal votes. He said: "It is a very sad day in our country when the men and women of the armed forces are serving abroad and facing danger of a daily basis . . . and are denied the right to vote for the president of the United States who will be their commander in chief."

Democratic tellers were advised to block ballots if there was no clearly legible postmark on the envelope, which is frequently the case when letters are posted from military bases. Normally, these ballots pass unchallenged.

Opinions are now hardening and many Republicans are seething at the Gore campaign's tactics. Marc Racicot, the Republican Governor of Montana, said: "Last night we learned how far the Vice-President's campaign will go to win this election. And I am very sorry to say that the Vice-President's lawyers have gone to war in my judgment against the men and women who serve in our armed services."

The apparent effort to suppress the military vote put the Democrats on the defensive, particularly as it coincided with news that 39 prisoners, including murderers and rapists, had been allowed to vote in one Democratic-controlled county in violation of state law.

Senator Joe Lieberman, Mr Gore's running mate, appeared on yesterday's morning television shows to argue the case for the defence but he was non-committal when asked if he would instruct Democrats to allow the disputed postal ballots to be counted.

Thus far, Democrats have remained loyal to Mr Gore, publicly backing his decision to fight the election through the courts. But there is a growing sense of unease behind the scenes and a feeling that Mr Gore's interests in winning the White House may diverge from the Democratic party's interests in remaining respectable in the eyes of the electorate. The disclosure that the party tried to stop soldiers voting while apparently encouraging convicted criminals to do so could help turn public opinion against a sustained legal campaign from the Gore team.

With the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, there is a general desire to have the matter settled rapidly. Republicans sought to damage Mr Gore's credibility by seizing on every potential flaw in the hand recount now under way or planned in three Democratic-controlled counties.

Karen Hughes, Mr Bush's communications director, said: "We now have clear and compelling evidence from eyewitnesses that this manual recount process is fundamentally flawed and . . . distorting, reinventing and miscounting the true intentions of the voters of Florida." The Bush campaign was planning to send scores of extra lawyers and staff members to Miami today to oversee the hand recount there.

In Palm Beach, Judge Charles Burton, the Democratic county judge overseeing the hand count, pleaded with counters and observers for civility after a fracas broke out when a counter accidentally put a ballot in the wrong pile. He said: "You would have thought she'd killed 14 people."

In Duval county, a conservative area in northern Florida, 10 lawyers from each campaign scrutinised 600 or so postal ballots. Democrats challenged many of them, and 107 were eventually declared invalid after hours of wrangling. Jim Post, a Republican lawyer, said: "A large majority were military. They were trying to get rid of everyone because this area of the state is conservative."