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    Fate Stacks: Predicting Apollo

    A preset code woven into language is revealed and used to investigate the past, provide a verifiable method for telling the future, question free-will and support evidence for a Creator of Reality...

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    Fate Stacks: Predicting Apollo

    Directed by David Mivshek 2018 63 min
    "Fate Stacks: Predicting Apollo" is a documentary that explores Fate Stacks, preset codes woven into language which can be used to investigate the past, tell the future, weigh philosophical topics such as free-will and provide evidence for the existence of a Creator of Reality.

    Using the last names of the astronauts who manned NASA's twelve Apollo space missions and the Challenger STS-51-L space mission, David Mivshek, author of the 320+ pg. book "Reality's Storyline Decoded," unveils a code he calls Fate Stacks, a code which can be hacked into using the Fate Stack method.

    Watch as David applies the repetitive, methodical Fate Stack method to the astronauts' last names to unveil secret messages that tell about the astronauts and events they experienced on the space missions they were a part of.

    But, how could the astronauts' experiences be woven into their last names? Were Fate Stack answers programmed into the astronauts' last names by a creature with the power to program language and make people?

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    Fate Stacks: Predicting Apollo

    "Fate Stacks: Predicting Apollo" is a documentary that explores Fate Stacks, preset codes woven into language which can be used to investigate the past, tell the future, weigh philosophical topics such as free-will and provide evidence for the existence of a Creator of Reality.

    Using the last names of the astronauts who manned NASA's twelve Apollo space missions and the Challenger STS-51-L space mission, David Mivshek, author of the 320+ pg. book "Reality's Storyline Decoded," unveils a code he calls Fate Stacks, a code which can be hacked into using the Fate Stack method.

    Watch as David applies the repetitive, methodical Fate Stack method to the astronauts' last names to unveil secret messages that tell about the astronauts and events they experienced on the space missions they were a part of.

    But, how could the astronauts' experiences be woven into their last names? Were Fate Stack answers programmed into the astronauts' last names by a creature with the power to program language and make people?

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