Description Of Men Born On July 11th Of Common Years From The Catalog Of Human Population

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“A man born on July 11th of common years builds his life on faith; faith—in the broadest sense of the word. He can believe in a higher power, god, devil, an idea (scientific, religious, ideological, esoteric, philosophical), a woman or another similar object of faith. The main thing for him is to find this object, to determine for himself that this is the object of his worship, and then everything becomes clear and easier for him in life. Once he selects something from the above list (although it is not a complete list), he feels like a being, who is simply obligated to devote himself to serving a higher being (or an object). Starting from the moment when this man selects the object of worship, he as if gets fixated and functions only in that sphere of society where there is ritual and standing order of the object of his worship. He refuses to go beyond prescribed norms. From this point on, he begins to resemble a tram that rolls on its tracks in a constant direction, at a constant speed, with incredible goal-directedness and the same destructive power aimed at anyone, who tries to stand in its way. Considered individual begins to judge everything from, so to speak, the tower, which he climbed, and from now on he does not consider and does not want to consider anything from any other perspective. Regardless of the issue being discussed, right away this man climbs up his tower and says something like: “As it is written in Holy Scriptures…” or “According to the theory of relativity…” or “Rosicrucian Manifestos state…” or “According to principles of dialectical materialism…” or “Taking the path of Sefer Yetzirah…” Very soon this man becomes uninterested in learning anything that is outside the area he selected (meaning—his scientific interests, religion, chosen ideology, philosophical or mystical direction). Initially, only that what is at least somewhat related to the object of his activities or worship can get his interest and attention. He studies only those matters, materials, directions, thoughts and opinions, which can be interesting or useful from the standpoint of what he is engaged in. In a sense, this man is tuned to reception of a certain type of information from the outside world, and eventually everything else becomes absolutely uninteresting to him because he perceives it all as interferences and noise, which only hinder him from being on the “wave” of that what he selected.

If a man born on July 11th of common years has at least some relation to some knowledge, to some important information, to something higher from spiritual, political or military spheres, then right away he claims to have secret power: invisible spiritual power, permissiveness of the agent with double zeros, political strings to control society… He might either hint at or directly say that this is not for everyone, it is for the chosen ones and he is one of them, and he will not tell regular people anything! And, he will state that due to his knowledge of the secret mechanisms that drive all things, he can now present himself to almost anyone as the one who knows the Truth, the Royal Secret, has the Philosopher’s Stone, the Elixir of Life. In essence, he claims to know the truth—the only true reflection of objects and phenomena of reality on a knowing subject. He might claim with complete certainty that he knows the basics and mechanisms of the world order. Now he claims the status of a ruler like the ancient priests, who claimed to know the world order and the secret mechanisms of influence on nature and people, used this knowledge to make their predictions and often acted in the role of an oracle to make predictions in an allegorical, metaphorical form. As a representative of the priestly caste, he has actual power instead of political representatives of the country he lives in. As the saying goes, “in the image and likeness” of ancient priests, armed with his idea and faith, this man also claims that he knows some laws—from the laws of the Universe to the laws of a recipe for a love potion. Magnitude of an idea, to the service of which he devoted himself, as well as the actual significance of this idea can differ and can range widely—from delirium to genius. As always, it all depends on the level of intelligence, culture and education of this person. Anyway, the direction is still the same: “I know the truth! I know how to use this knowledge to bring happiness to all humanity (to bewitch a woman, to get what I want, to make it rain, etc.).” In other words, thinking that he possesses specialized knowledge and, of course, some higher support (whether it is an ideology, god or devil, scientific technology, spirits of nature, a philosophical idea or astral beings), this man is absolutely convinced that he can predict and influence events, influence animals, natural phenomena, minds of other people, their actions or socio-political events.

Since a man born on July 11th of common years is very stable in terms of point of view acquired once and for all, and does not want to change it, he begins to build and realize his entire life from the standpoint of the selected idea in everything. And, from that point his entire life begins to continue rather for the sake of someone or something. Once he chooses himself a deity (personified or not)—he brings sacrifices in the form of some actions, things, and so on, down to the very fact of his life. He “puts everything on the altar” and it does not matter what kind of altar: Christianity, Kabbalah, democracy or quantum physics, Hegelianism, Confucianism or Brotherhood of the Rose Cross…”

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