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First Time Notion

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When a new insight of Higher Truth is given and there is no point of reference to go by, all we can do (CFKW) is to find tributes of something similar to make a close reference such as; it feels like, it looks like, it smells like, it tastes like, it sounds like— but it cannot be explained otherwise or be fully comprehended as it becomes first time notion.

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This is Higher Truth from the Collective Forces of Knowledge and Wisdom as it’s been received, perceived and transcribed by Francisco Valentín.

Truth is one…interpretations manyTranscript

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“It is not from what you learn but from what you put into practice what makes you advance”Transcript

Help me spread these words among your loved ones, relatives and friends. Simply say:
“Look what I found in the internet—see if it makes sense to you.” That’s all I ask.

And remember the last words from The First Transcript:

“We are one, and as you help me, you advance”— First Transcript

Thank you for sharing time with me.
Francisco Valentín
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