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DavidMivshek

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So the purpose of this thread is to compile a huge list of Fate Stacks. What are Fate Stacks?

It's a lot easier to understand Fate Stacks by looking at them, but the general definition I came up with is: A stack of keywords, either last names or artistic titles, that when aligned vertically and horizontally and solved according to strict rules results in an answer which reveals or tells something directly related to the keywords.

Fate Stacks can be better understood by reading the first four chapters (69 pages) of my book Reality's Storyline Decoded at (free .pdf): http://www.davidmivshek.com/rsd_promo.pdf

For example:


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B U S H
C H E N E Y

BUSCH HE YEN.

The above Fate Stack represents the category of (President/Vice-President) and contains the last names of George Bush and Dick Cheney. By stacking the shortest keyword on top and longest keyword on bottom, aligning the keywords to the left, separating the keywords' letters into consecutive columns, connecting the letters of the keywords horizontally and vertically to form answer words, and removing the newly formed answer words in a top-left to bottom-right fashion, a sensible answer is revealed.

So how does the answer relate to the people represented by the Fate Stack?
Read the following quote by George W. Bush and the Fate Stack Answer definitions below the quote:


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"You know, I had a drinking problem. Right now I should be in a bar in Texas, not the Oval Office. There is only one reason that I am in the Oval Office and not in a bar. I found faith. I found God. I am here because of the power of prayer." (http://www.ontheissues.org/Celeb/George_W__Bush_Drugs.htm)

BUSCH: prop. n. A brand of beer developed by Anheuser-Busch.
YEN: v. To have a craving; yearn.
The foundation of Fate Stacks is that the answer describes something directly related to the Fate Stack keywords. Usually the description describes something negative, outlandish, dramatic, phenomenal, etc. I have solved over 100 Fate Stacks in multiple categories ranging from song titles, musicians in the same band, astronauts on the same space mission, names of people in a terrorist attack, Presidential Cabinet members, book titles in a book series, and more. They all are solved the same way. None of the rules to make or solve a Fate Stack need to be altered from the process above. If you use multiple keywords and two words have the same amount of letters, i.e. same length, then stack them in the way that creates the best answer, like the last names STOOKEY and TRAVERS in the "Peter Paul & Mary Fate Stack" below:


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Band Members: Peter Paul & Mary

Y A R R O W
S T O O K E Y
T R A V E R S

STORY A WORK. ROVES, YE TAR.


WORK: n. Something produced by the exercise of creative talent or expenditure of creative effort; artistic production.
ROVE: v.To wander; to ramble; to range; to go, move, or pass without certain direction in any manner, by sailing, walking, riding, flying, or otherwise.
TAR: n. A sailor.
Every Fate Stack containing musicians of the same band results in an answer describing song lyrics to a song performed by them. The song is usually their most notable one. In this case, the answer describes lyrics to Peter Paul & Mary's song "Puff the Magic Dragon." Also, the answer words usually are found in the song in chronological order, meaning you don't have to find the keywords scattered throughout the song, you only need to read the lyrics in song order:


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[STORY A WORK]
Peter Paul & Mary's most notable musical composition is "Puff the Magic Dragon." The song lyrics tell a story about a boy named Jackie and his magical dragon-friend Puff.

Second Verse
Together they [YE] would travel [ROVES]
on a boat [TAR] with billowed sail...
Obviously, I'm using colors to separate the answer words in the Fate Stack Matrix so their source can be readily seen.

If you take a moment to contemplate Fate Stacks, you'll quickly come to the realization that they're an expression of the informational dimension of reality, much like a computer code defines events of a computer program. My goal is to create an ever-expanding database of Fate Stacks. They're fun to solve and at the same time reveal destiny. If you can solve a Fate Stack before an event related to the keywords happens, then you've successfully and scientifically told the future.

Welcome to the science of revealing destiny, proving fate has been preprogrammed...

I'll start the thread off with another Fate Stack. Please follow the same structure to keep Fate Stacks concise and easily understandable...(if I determine a Fate Stack is incorrectly produced or solved, I'll make mention...please read the free book promo to learn the rules)
 
   
   
   
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