Social Security Card Secret They Don’t Want You To Know
Why Is Our Social Security Number Code Secret?
Not many people know that there is a Social Security card secret hiding in plain sight and it’s time to take a look at the first three numbers.
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Have you ever wondered why you have a Social Security number?
And, do you realize how VALUABLE your Social Security number is?
It’s not just valuable to the U.S. government, it is a prized piece of data on the open digital black market!
Read: Meet Your Strawman
The first three numbers of your Social Security number are a code.
These three numbers tell in what State the card was issued.
This code, which can be used to confirm your place of birth or an employment history, is not public knowledge.
The irony is, a secret isn’t a secret if someone else knows it.
The fact is, many people know about the Social Security code and are profiting from it.
Social Security Number Code Has Been Cracked
Despite that identity theft is a nightmare in the U.S., our Social Security number has long been cracked and compromised.
Supposedly, many private detectives have the key to the code and will crack it for a fee.
The Social Security Administration has an old pdf document that supposedly explains the meaning of the Social Security number.
I think that the Social Security card is an elaborate SYSTEM to manage each State’s human inventory for the purposes of trade and economics on a supernatural level that you and I will never comprehend.
It’s your number from the day you’re born until the day you die recorded as a number of life in man’s book of strawmen.
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