If someone was actually trying to help the world to ha've (victorious Earth, ioVenus, everyone, verily) by trying to statistically analyze a subset of wordspace and looking for maybe occurrences of "English" or intelligent English phrases that anachronistically and paradoxically I'd guess that the "Ha" series that begins in the story of Isaac, whose name means "he laughs" (probably because of Sarah Marshall's related laughter) and through that definition links the otherwise unconnected Covenant of Abram with his god by the addition of those two unrelated letters to his name's map to "Ha'm" the Holy message that is a planet. The story of Abraha'm (whose name also includes the Hebrew for "father" and the name of the Egyptian Sun God to now depict the Holy Trinity in his name ... thousands of years before that concept was invented) and Isaac is what "they" call a "type" for the story of the Crucifixion which we should now quickly connect to the burning altar of Woodward and Burstein, Emmanuel Goldstein and Napoleon and it Snowballs from there into the Burning Man festival and ... maybe the "Ha-rose-ettes" that are a kind of Rosetta stone to people like my ex and niece who share the middle name "Rose" which transliterates to Adamic as "the heart of southeast" which means something like "I'm holding out on giving up because some of the girls might still want to be my partner once they see/hear Paradise City."
You might see why "Ha'thor" is really about mind control and connecting the God of Thunder to ancient Egypt and also the shehekiyanu... to the Dendera reliefs--where you can also see mind control connecting the Den of Adam in Eden to the "Den of Ra" that's an actual city housing the Temple of Hathor which do a good job of depicting the "final battle" of Ragnarok and very clearly showing how they are related to hidden, underground, mind control technology.... and also why these series of emails connect very clearly to another microcosm God etched into my youth, where I wrote an AOHell clone called "doomsday" at the age of 11 (just to stay in theme, obviously I had no idea) that MMer was the k-rad colloquialism for a "massmailer."
Just so we're clear, the rational expected reaction to "me being here" is wanting to talk to me--not the opposite of that. If you need more insight on how "normal people" would be acting, feel free to send me an email at email@example.com.
In "@yitsheyzeus" the derivation of my twitter handle from a combination of the Hebrew for Isaac, Y its Ha'CK and how Clark Kent is related to Hey, Zeus... and to the "Yo, N" of "everyone" and El Elyon. Not even a "lo, ad?" MIT, doesn't that "ha'CK" link back to you? :)