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To Head Person,

I am the 777 birth. The people that have me in their grips were behind Andy Kaufman's Latka character in the TV show "Taxi."

In Andy Kaufman's biography movie, Man On the Moon (Jim Carrey) there is a scene where Kaufman is putting together a TV special. In this particular scene, Kaufman is talking to Howdy Doody and insists that the TV has to be running out of order while he is talking to him. Kaufman is purposely doing this to display an important message.

You need to know this first to understand: I had a dream about Humpty Dumpty (It is clearly a metaphor for the world). Just listen to the words-Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's men couldn't put him together again.

In my dream, right after I was reminded of Humpty Dumpty, I was told it is Howdy Doody Time.

A TV set has for a long time been the symbol used for a person's inner story. Realize all our consciences are connected at a deep level. (The Great Carl Jung always said that.)

The message Kaufman is stating is this: When the G-d side of the conscience is finally lit in humanity, people will be so changed that they will feel like they are not themselves. This change will definitely be a positive spiritual change. It's funny, in a different dream, I was doing my usual complaining that nobody was helping me or cares about me. Exactly as I was saying this in the dream I saw a giant Mr. Potato Head on the floor. I was then told that they purposely named his character Latka because of a Potato Latke.

Please realize these people are using me as a messenger. I am giving information out that either they have given me, some from dreams I have had, or memories of situations that were planned to fit together like pieces of a puzzle.

I also suspect his Mighty Mouse imitation was on purpose, "Here I come to save the day."

Editor's Note: We couldn't agree with you more.

August 15, 2006

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