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The following is an unedited recording of a meeting given by those known as Ti and Do on Feb 14 1984 to somewhere under 40 remaining students in their "overcoming of all humaness classroom". It was recorded in Dallas, Texas in a property Ti and Do were leasing near the downtown. I, Sawyer, known in the classroom as Swyody was present at the meeting. Ti and Do proved to be the return of the ones called The Father and Jesus, and before that Jehovah and Moses having retur
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