Howmanyknow is a shortened form of “How many people know …?” or “How many of you know …?”  This is how some speakers address a crowd.

This site is not a full time job for me, it’s something I do when I can.

I am a servant of Yahuah, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (of the Bible), and I live the Word of God.


You have to understand, here, on this site, you have to be careful because some of the things you’ll find out here will turn your stomach (you have to be able to “stomach it” if you want to understand it).  That’s a warning, for your benefit, because I know how it feels.

Most of what I post requires that you go through the entire “article,” all the information in it, to “get it” (truly understand it).  This is usually a task that only the seasoned Information Hungry individuals will attempt – the real gold diggers (digging for truth).

Some of what I post is a little rushed, especially some of the earlier stuff, due to a lack of time, and a desire get the information out.

I do try to devote time to “cleaning up” these “articles”.

The times that I have “cleaned them up,” they’ve ended up with a lot more gold in them.

Some of them are really works in progress.


*After changing WordPress themes the formatting on many of my posts got changed as well, so you might run into some things that look unorganized or a bit “off.”  I will try to get these fixed up as soon as possible. 


*I don’t claim any of the information in the side-bar of this site, the videos, news and so forth, to be 100% true.  That’s not what I’m implying by posting it.

You can get “articles” right to your Facebook by liking me on Facebook.


I would post to Facebook and Twitter like other sites do, but I don’t have the time right now.  And with that, if I actually did speak my mind it would be censored or I would be banned, so it’s a waste of time (“they” already have my Youtube and personal Facebook profiles rigged so that people won’t see my posts or comments).  I mainly use is it as another place to view “articles”.






What’s in a name?




adjective, franker, frankest.
direct and unreserved in speech; straightforward; sincere:
Her criticism of my work was frank but absolutely fair.
without inhibition or subterfuge; direct; undisguised:
a frank appeal for financial aid.
Pathology. unmistakable; clinically evident: frank blood.

Source: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/frank




Definition of frank

1 :  marked by free, forthright, and sincere expression a frank reply

2a :  unmistakably evident frank materialism


Did You Know?

The word frank comes from the name of the Franks, a West Germanic people who lived long ago. In the early Middle Ages the Franks were in power in France. (It was from them that the country got its name, in Latin Francia.) The Franks eventually merged with the earlier Gaulish and Roman inhabitants, and their name (Francus in Latin) lost its ethnic sense and referred to any inhabitant of Francia who was free, that is, not a slave or bondman. As an adjective, francus came to mean simply “free.” From the English adjective frank, which means “free” or “forthright,” we get the verb frank, which means “to mark mail with an official sign so that it may be mailed free.”


frank Synonyms


candid, direct, forthcoming, forthright, foursquare, freehearted, free-spoken, honest, open, openhearted, out-front, outspoken, plain, plainspoken, straight, straightforward, unguarded, unreserved, up-front


dissembling, uncandid, unforthcoming

Related Words

artless, earnest, guileless, ingenuous, innocent, naive (or naïve), natural, real, sincere, unaffected, undesigning, unpretending, unpretentious; outgoing, uninhibited, unrestrained; vocal, vociferous; abrupt, bluff, blunt, brusque (also brusk), crusty, curt, gruff, sharp; impertinent, impolite, inconsiderate, rude, tactless, thoughtless, uncivil, undiplomatic, ungracious, unmannerly, unsubtle


Synonym Discussion of frank

frank, candid, open, plain mean showing willingness to tell what one feels or thinks. frank stresses lack of shyness or secretiveness or of evasiveness from considerations of tact or expedience. frank discussions candid suggests expression marked by sincerity and honesty especially in offering unwelcome criticism or opinion. a candid appraisal open implies frankness but suggests more indiscretion than frank and less earnestness than candid . open in saying what they think plain suggests outspokenness and freedom from affectation or subtlety in expression. plain talk

Source: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/frank






honest, sincere, and truthful, even if there is a risk of causing bad feelings

 Source: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/frank







  1. Archaic

free in giving; generous

open and honest in expressing what one thinks or feels; straightforward; candid

free from reserve, disguise, or guile; clearly evident; plain

Source: https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/frank





to be frank/let me be frank – definition and synonyms

used when you are going to say something that other people might not like to hear

Source: http://www.macmillandictionary.com/us/dictionary/american/to-be-frank-let-me-be-frank





frank′ness n.

Synonyms: frank1, candid, forthright, outspoken, straightforward, open
These adjectives mean revealing or disposed to reveal one’s thoughts freely and honestly. Frank implies directness, sometimes to the point of bluntness: “And yes, to be frank, the singing was atrocious” (Eileen Pollack).
Candid and forthright often suggest refusal to evade difficult or unpleasant issues: “Save, save, oh save me from the candid friend!” (George Canning).“He wanted his countrymen to know the truth, and he was forthright about the challenges they faced” (Sean Hannity).
Outspoken usually implies bold lack of reserve: “She is outspoken to the point of never holding back, on politics or much else” (Joseph Epstein).
Straightforward denotes directness of manner and expression: “George was a straightforward soul….’See here!’ he said. ‘Are you engaged to anybody?'” (Booth Tarkington).
Open suggests freedom from all trace of reserve or secretiveness: “I will be open and sincere with you” (Joseph Addison).

Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/frank





blunt, bold, brazen, direct, familiar, free, heart-to-heart, natural, open, plain, real, straight, upright, aboveboard, apparent, apparent, artless, bare-faced, call a spade a spade, candid, downright, easy, flat-out, forthright, from the hip, guileless, ingenuous, lay it on the line, like it is, matter-of-fact, naïve, outright, outspoken, plain-spoken, saying what one thinks, scrupulous, sincere, straightforward, transparent, truthful, unconcealed, undisguised, uninhibited, unreserved, unrestricted, up front

Source: http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/frank



And of course the other side is going to imitate, or try to trick and confuse: Frankish Jews … Pope Francis ….








1 “Behold! My servant whom I uphold, ​​my elect one in whom My soul delights! ​​I have put My Spirit upon him; ​​he will bring forth justice to the nations.
2 ​​He will not cry out, nor raise his voice, ​​nor cause his voice to be heard in the street.
3 ​​A bruised reed he will not break, ​​and smoking flax he will not quench; ​​he will bring forth justice for truth.
4 ​​He will not fail nor be discouraged, ​​till he has established justice in the earth; ​​and the coastlands shall wait for his law.”​
5 ​​Thus says Ěl, Yahuah, ​​Who created the heavens and stretched them out, ​​Who spread forth the earth and that which comes from it, ​​Who gives breath to the people on it, ​​and spirit to those who walk on it:
6 ​​“I, Yahuah, have called you in righteousness, and will hold your hand; ​​I will keep you and give you as a covenant to the people, ​​as a light to the nations,
7 ​​To open blind eyes, ​​to bring out prisoners from the prison, those who sit in darkness from the prison house. 8 ​​I am Yahuah, that is My name; ​​and My glory I will not give to another, nor My praise to carved images.





13 Yahuah shall go forth as a mighty man, he shall stir
up jealousy like a man of war: he shall cry, yea, roar; he
shall prevail against his enemies.
14 I have long time holden my peace; I have been still, and
refrained myself: now will I cry like a travailing woman; I
will destroy and devour at once.
15 I will make waste mountains and hills, and dry up all
their herbs; and I will make the rivers islands, and I will dry
up the pools.
16 And I will bring the blind by a way that they knew not; I
will lead them in paths that they have not known: I will
make darkness light before them, and crooked things
straight. These things will I do unto them, and not forsake
17 ¶ They shall be turned back, they shall be greatly
ashamed, that trust in graven images, that say to the molten
images, Ye are our gods.
18 Hear, ye deaf; and look, ye blind, that ye may see.
19 Who is blind, but my servant? or deaf, as my messenger
that I sent? who is blind as he that is perfect, and blind as
Yahuah’s servant?
20 Seeing many things, but thou observest not; opening the
ears, but he heareth not.
21 Yahuah is well pleased for his righteousness’ sake; he
will magnify the law, and make it honourable.





  1. One who is privately employed to perform domestic services.
  2. One who is publicly employed to perform services, as for a government.
  3. One who expresses submission, recognizance, or debt to another: your obedient servant.

Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/servant





The following is NOT what you’re thinking, or what you’re used to.  It’s not in a physically violent way.  There are other ways to kill.




A judicial executioner is a person who carries out a death sentence ordered by the state or other legal authority, which was known in feudal terminology as high justice.


The executioner was usually presented with a warrant authorizing or ordering him to execute the sentence. The warrant protects the executioner from the charge of murder. Common terms for executioners derived from forms of capital punishment—though they often also performed other physical punishments—include hangman (hanging) and headsman (beheading). In the military, the role of executioner was performed by a soldier, such as the provost.


Many executioners were professional specialists who traveled a circuit or region performing their duty, because executions would rarely be very numerous. Within this region, a resident executioner would also administer non-lethal physical punishments, or apply torture.

The term is extended to administrators of a severe physical punishment that is not prescribed to kill, but which may result in death.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executioner






  1. a person engaged in, experienced in, or devoted to war
  2. a person who shows or has shown great vigor, courage, or aggressiveness, as in politics or athletics.

Source: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/warrior






A warrior is a person specializing in combat or warfare, especially within the context of a tribal or clan-based warrior culture society that recognizes a separate warrior class or caste.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrior




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