WHAT DOES ‘ONE OF TWENTY TWO’ MEAN? – Discerning Q#346 as re-posted today

Today, Q reposted drop #436 from 22 Dec 17, which is provided in full below. To begin, notice how the drop opens with, “ONE OF TWENTY TWO:.” Using basic rules of grammar, we can infer that the colon (:) following “TWO” tells us that everything following it is categorized under the notion of “twenty two.” Ergo, we’re looking for “one” of “twenty two” and those are fairly specific numbers to locate within the context of it all. Some basic research returned interesting findings. In retrospect and examining those findings, Q’s…

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