Cuvfefe’ Mystery Solved…

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Covfefe’ (pronounced “cuv – fee- fae”) is an Antediluvian term for “In the end we win.” It was commonly used by the sons of Adam to rail against the evil actions of the fallen who had led man astray.

The term gained popularity  prior to the great deluge and was rarely used after the flood subsided. It regained favor around the time Nimrod was building his tower, after which it was entirely lost in translation at Babel.

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Next question….

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174 thoughts on “Cuvfefe’ Mystery Solved…

  1. We The People Love You… and are still a gazillion percent behind you!!! Keep fighting keep going strong and mostly arrest Obama Clinton’s Schumer colosi Waters McCain Ryan and maybe even Rubio!! They are all against you and us and we must take them out!!!#POTUS

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    1. ME says:

      Yes, and not just one type, many who look human and have been visiting here for thousands of years. How do I know this, because I’ve had experiences with them. Just beware there are evil ones and Good ones. How will you know the difference? By doing this: Ask them if they are of the Christ Consciousness, if they reply yes then they are the lighted beings and they will never hurt you. If they hem and haw and refuse to answer, they are the dark ones and tell them to leave you alone in the name of Jesus as they fear that being. By the way, they have to answer that question as that is part of the galactic laws when all of this started eons ago.

      I hope this answers your question.

      Love and light

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    1. You have to go to the “book of the Bees” found in ancient manuscripts and cross reference with the Book of 3rd Enoch that explains what those in the last days will experience. Also the Voynich Manuscript explains everything in detail. It stands alone.

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      1. Dianne, my understanding is that the Voynich Manuscript has never been transcribed…in fact, cannot be due to the unknown language that it’s written in. How can you say it explains everything in detail? Share any reference you have?

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    2. I don’t know anything about that word nor the books she says to read. I don’t need to know. I have read Revelation and in the end all true believers in Christ will win. There is a terrible time coming called the Tribulation. I believe we are in the last days but not in the Tribulation years yet. I believe the true believers will be take to Heaven before that. There will be some who come to Christ during the Tribulation. At the end of seven years Christ will return and fight against Satan and win at the battle of Armageddon. He will reign for a thousand years then Satan will be released and he will lead some away. God will bring Judgement on Satan and all his followers. The final judgement will take place and there will be a new Heaven and new earth and Christ will reign forever and ever.

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    1. You have to go to the “book of the Bees” found in ancient manuscripts and cross reference with the Book of 3rd Enoch that explains what those in the last days will experience. Also the Voynich Manuscript explains everything in detail. It stands alone.

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      1. I plead the Trump card. Have fun finding them on your own. It took years of study to understand these things…not one night going to google which rarely teaches anything and is easily scrubbed and changed.

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      2. MrP says:

        Duianne. I just wanted to thank you. I’ve started down this ‘rabbit hole’ (which oddly enough is a phrase that is -directly- tied to the themes surrounding all this) tonight and it’s definitely a deep and very complex one that will take a while to really fully grasp the full extent of… but i can already clearly see the essential aspects and relationships.
        Nimrod is absolutely the key element and it’s all anyone needs to know if they really want to follow the crumbs. I’ve been though Babylon, The Tower of Babel, what Nimrod stood for, his death, rebirth, the parallels to other mythologies in other cultures and religions, Paganism and ancient rituals that are related to Saturnalia, and today’s Christmas and Easter traditions (which i actually knew a good deal about already but just opened some new doors), The Sun, The Amanita Muscaria, the Jews, the tarot and hero’s journey, all of the above each in relationship to Nimrod, plus what relationships of archetypal themes are playing out in our society today, how that relates to what Trump said, etc etc….

        I also noticed today that there are TONS of articles about the “cov fe’fe = i will stand up” translation and how it’s a right wing conspiracy that isn’t even true because they asked some Arabic guy who “repeated it a few times” laughed, then told them it was a meaningless word. Not one mention of “in the end we win” though. The ‘confusion’ Trump created, banded people together in an effort to search for meaning, but they everyone spoke a different language of sorts in trying to explain it. But there was a truth, and when people got close, the media has become the arbiter of confusion but delivered as truth. as they often are.

        What i find interesting about the whole mythology around Nimrod is the ‘confusion’ element which seems central to me. It makes for really truly understanding if the descriptions of events and characters are the genuine ones or whether or not the “history has been written by the victors”

        Anyway, for all i know im not even on the right path at all, but either way i’ve had a really enjoyable time reading about all this stuff, so thank you

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      1. I don’t know anything about that word nor the books she says to read. I don’t need to know. I have read Revelation and in the end all true believers in Christ will win. There is a terrible time coming called the Tribulation. I believe we are in the last days but not in the Tribulation years yet. I believe the true believers will be take to Heaven before that. There will be some who come to Christ during the Tribulation. At the end of seven years Christ will return and fight against Satan and win at the battle of Armageddon. He will reign for a thousand years then Satan will be released and he will lead some away. God will bring Judgement on Satan and all his followers. The final judgement will take place and there will be a new Heaven and new earth and Christ will reign forever and ever.

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    1. You have to go to the “book of the Bees” found in ancient manuscripts and cross reference with the Book of 3rd Enoch that explains what those in the last days will experience. Also the Voynich Manuscript explains everything in detail. It stands alone.

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      1. The Voynich Manuscript is a largely undecipherable manuscript written in the 15th century. While the manuscript is written in code, it is not written in any known cuneiform or antediluvian script. There is nothing close to the phrase in the book of the bees or in Enoch 1, 2, or 3 that refers to this phrase. I would like to believe its true. I have a masters in biblical studies and have had 3 years of hebrew and hebrew exegesis. I cannot find anything close. If the phrase exists, it is pretty obscure.

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      2. The Voynich was scribed in the 15th century from another manuscript. The knowledge within it is ancient. The healing and toxic secrets of plants, herbs and medicines, along with much other knowledge. Most of the letters within it are Aztec. It was re-scribed (translated) as most all ancient manuscripts have been. If we use an English version of a translated original it does not make our version void, it merely loses something, a piece, in the translation. In some cases, it loses a lot. Don’t trust archeologists and professors. You must research for yourself if you will ever find the truth.

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      3. Mike Adams – The Voynich was scribed in the 15th century from another existing manuscript. The knowledge within it is ancient. The healing and toxic secrets of plants, herbs and medicines, along with much other knowledge. Most of the letters within it are Aztec. It was re-scribed (translated) as most all ancient manuscripts have been. If we use an English version of a translated original it does not make our version void, it merely loses something, a piece, in the translation. In some cases, it loses a lot. Don’t trust archeologists and professors. I have worked with a Russian expert in analyzing manuscripts on the Voynich. Together we took his clock in Brussells and applied that theory to an Astrolabe. Amazing results. One thing is certain, never trust the Discovery Channel so called experts. You must research for yourself if you will ever find the truth. Sadly, few want it.

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      4. Jake Van Paepeghem says:

        You have copy and pasted this answer that the voynich script “stands alone”. It is very clear it does not stand alone, with many many interpretations shrouded in hoax rumors.
        The ideas you present may work for you own confirmation bias, but in order to convince those that are familiar with the lore of the voynich as it relates to modern linguistics, code breaking and the centuries that it has been studied, saying “it stands alone” is de facto false.

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    1. katie says:

      Of course he likes that you are willing to lie for him even about the bible. Come on people, think! God doesn’t like liars. If you are not lying, prove it!

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      1. I would never lie about the Bible nor about the words of Enoch, nor any of the fallen who by their own testimonies and brags are out to kill, steal and destroy. Never!!!

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    2. Love and light says:

      In Arabic it doesn’t mean rise up. It means finished the end or enough. I don’t know where you got your translation from. Arabic is Arabic respect the first language on earth people

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      1. Translations have been a big complaint for centuries. As who ever is determining which word should be best suited to insert for the meaning…that is the word a person or team of persons insert. Thus the mess with all the translations of the King James Bible which make many sentences now very far from the original intent. The NIV is a perfect example.

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  2. Could you post images of the pages from the book(s) that are referenced? I don’t have access to ancient (or new editions of ancient, being in Hungary atm) manuscripts and flipping through entire tomes to find excerpts related to Covfefe is a bit daunting. At least cite the edition, page and chapter and verse so it can feasibly be verified by the average person. Thank you.

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  3. just found the site says:

    It seems Trump knows a hell lot of history and hidden knowledge. It’s not a coincidence that he’s POTUS now. It’s evident he’s very special man.

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    1. Linda says:

      You are correct. Most people misjudge him. He went to a military school & has never had any drugs, no alcohol & never smoked. He is a strong individual who won’t let anything push him around. He is a very smart guy.

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      1. Justin says:

        Trump was well known for being a coke-head throughout the eighties. Where were you back then, to where you don’t remember that?

        “Never had any drugs” …yeah, right.

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      1. Can’t edit these posts. That was supposed to say Now go get’em! The “auto correct” changed it. Tried changing it again but I caught it this time.

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  4. Amanda says:

    Is this for real? People are calling it word play.

    Dianne Marshall says: You have to go to the “book of the Bees” found in ancient manuscripts and cross reference with the Book of 3rd Enoch that explains what those in the last days will experience. Also the Voynich Manuscript explains everything in detail. It stands alone.
    Bawaaaa! 😂😂 love the word play!

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  5. Barbie Blevins says:

    We are with you Mr President 💯 % God is with you he did not bring us this far to fail ! We will win ! God shows up and shows off right on time !

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  6. Voy-Boy says:

    I can confirm this. I translated the Voynich Manuscript in my spare time because I don’t trust those fake professors out there trying to manipulate us with so called science. If you feel the same way, I suggest you also translate it for yourself and post here. USA! USA!

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    1. GoZaar of Oregon says:

      I congratulate you for doing your own translation of Voynich. I have done so myself, but whenever I have tried to post it on the web, it is quickly taken down by Scientologists, who do not want the REAL truth to be known. I have sent it by courier to Alex Jones, who promises he will make its truth known to all now that the end days are upon us. President Trump is an angel sent to earth by God in the form of Satan to test the faith of unbelivers. MAGA! MAGA!

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  7. Valerie says:

    Trump is so smart, he’s 20 steps ahead of the Demacrats. Keep it up Trump! Trumps doing a great job and he is working so hard for us. Remember to keep him and his family in your prayers.

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  8. Fred Derf says:

    This smells fishy. A word like covfefe would be indexed and easily found if it existed. Citing manuscripts that are also indexed by search engines like google as the source of covfefe and yet the word can’t be found. I’m calling BS on this one.

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  9. katie says:

    I totally get this! It makes sense that again the word regains favor around the time a new Nimrod wants to build a giant wall. Diane, since you did all this work to figure this out you should post proof, you wouldn’t want anyone to call you a liar.

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  10. Ok I would love for you to be right. But I have all 3 (The Book of Bees, The Voynich Manuscript and the Book of 3rd Enoch)… care to explain how you draw your conclusion… considering that term is no where in any of them… unless I am missing it.

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    1. Debbie Peterson says:

      Unless ye got it from his wife who is from the part of country as the author of The Book of Bees, and is very well educated…..And Catholic, which is where 2 of these manuscripts would be from.

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  11. Debbie Peterson says:

    Since most of us have never studied “The Book Of The Bees” or the 3rd Book of Enoch, could you show us some of your research that showed you this conclusion. I’m intrigued now, and want to see it.

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  12. FeeFee says:

    ‘fee-fee’; Noun; 1. A contraption, commonly used by prisoners, usually made out of common household materials such as cloth and paper towles that is used for manual sexual stimulation.;
    2. Noun; A frequently used name for a pet.
    How doo you likeaa yeorr feeefeee?
    by TenL July 15, 2003

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    1. You have little understanding of languages and translations. Nor of the many lies we have been told throughout the ages. Especially today by so called archeologist experts, let alone NASA. I will follow Trump on this one and say, “have fun” and will no longer cast pearls among…the pearl stompers.

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      1. Kathy says:

        Thanks for your experience. We need to depend on each other for information. I am intrigued by all this and feel a journey coming on. The Arabic reminds me of the Bible verse that says to stand and when you’ve done all you can to stand. Love and light

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      2. Liam Galligan says:

        So… Anyone who disagrees are pearl stompers? I understand languages and translations. The Votmich isn’t aztec. You made that up didn’t you? World class code crackers and linguistics experts are stumped by this manuscript. Or… Did the Holy Spirit reveal the meaning to you? I am becoming increasingly more skeptical.

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  13. Bob Moore says:

    Well, if the Voynich Manuscript describes the cross reference between the Third Book of Enoch and the Book of the Bee in detail, shouldn’t I at least be able to do a search and find the word “covfefe” or “cuvfefe” and find it to appear in at least one of the PDFs? It simply does not appear.

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    1. The Voynich Manuscript was written in Antediluvian times. It contained enchantments of herbs, for healing and the cutting of roots and many things taught by the watchers who were to instruct the sons of Adam. They went astray and taught many bad things to man. How to get high, how to cause the fetus to die in the womb, how to poison others….many bad things. In the days of Noah, and after, it was called sorcery. The manuscript is full of these ancient teachings and attest to the fact that all the treatments for healing demonic afflictions through herbs were given to Noah to help mankind after the deluge. It represents a full detail. The same herbs are used today for the same afflictions. Big pharma has replaced natural medicine…but it is making a return. Jesus cast out the demons to heal the sick. This is all a part of in the end we win. The term was used over and over again. It has been phrased many ways. It all means the same. What gets me is people are having a hard time understanding how languages are translated. For example an Arabic word is translated into French and it will not be the same as when translated into English, nor the same in Latin. Antediluvian is not a language it is a time frame in history. A time when all spoke the same tongue. Arabic has been argued to be the first tongue, some say Hebrew, and some say Aramaic. Regardless, according to Enoch it was Arial the Arch Angel who wrote the words he was to give to the people. Angelic words? All agree – in the end we win!

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    2. I said the Voynich stood alone….not that it cross referenced. The Voynich was the fallen’s record of teachings of herbs, plants, toxins for good and bad medicine and many other things. Sorcery. The promise to God’s people was always, “In the end we win.” Meaning righteous who follow God and his ways.

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  14. Religious Studies Major says:

    You are using the mis-spelling of a semi-literate boob and using it to prove a point. Post the exact texts you are using to come to your conclusion.

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    1. You may not understand ancient text, nor interpretations. If I posted the word to you, you would not be able to comprehend it let alone prove it meant anything more than a scribble. Not unless you were willing to do a lot of homework into other languages. So the mis-spelling of a semite- literate boob is all you will appreciate. Have fun.

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  15. Bullshit! I am enjoying the hilarity of this though! Search any biblical term no matter how obscure and you will come upon thousands of hits. Search this and you get one result. This page which is a known fake news site.

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  16. Zombie Daddy says:

    Since you’ve accomplished what no researcher has ever done in cracking the cryptography of the Voynich Manuscript, can you please post the results of your study? Academia should be made aware that Diane with a blog on the free WordPress site has finally done it!.

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