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In accordance with the Gregory James seal, this is the James William Seal, being that our Pa’s grandson’s name is James William.
(Revelation 13:18) In accordance with the Gregory James Seal, aligned to the Latin 616 (Romans 6:16)
The Latin spelling of "Nero Caesar" transliterated into Hebrew produces the number 616.
Let there be a standard. (Jeremiah 50:2, 51:12)
The notes in the New American Standard Bible say for Revelation Chapter 13 Verse 18” “One early manuscript reads 616.”
8: William James – Theory: Pragmatism begins by showing that though we of faith whom know that though GOD gives us information by administering of Angels, it may be only a theory in the eyes of the world. Being a theory, according to modern psychology it cannot be proven wrong.
(Doctrine & Covenants 13:1, 20:10,27:16, 20:35, 84:26, 107:20)
In trying to prove administering of Angels false, modern psychology would become a failure, and thus being a modern psychologist would be seen as a sign of schizophrenia. Whereupon that is against my religion.
James wrote considerably on the concept of pragmatism. According to pragmatism, the truth of an idea can never be proven. James proposed we instead focus on what he called the "cash value," or usefulness, of an idea.
Pragmatism along with the James-Lang theory then helps us see what happens in the event of an arrest.
James-Lang Theory of Emotion; The James-Lange theory of emotion proposes that an event triggers a physiological reaction, which we then interpret. According to this theory, emotions are caused by our interpretations of these physiological reactions. Both James and the Danish physiologist Carl Lange independently proposed the theory.
A known educator by the name of Carmi Limm, explained that by our teaching that there is only one answer to a question, we limit the mind by stopping it from thinking. This then limits psychological reactions. In courts and mental institutions, with mandatory sentences and singled out diagnoses, there is little to no psychological reaction to interoperate. In the fact of this, emotion in courthouses is extremely limited.
(Acts 5:27-29, 5:32) (1 John 4:7-19)
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