This is a short story of Anthony Dyous, born in 1955 in New Haven, CT. Currently 66 years old he attended both Hill House High in New Haven, and also Weaver High in Hartford, CT. He dropped out of tenth grade and went to Job Corps in Utah where he earned a welding certification and GED. At 17 years old he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps for four years. He was trained as an air traffic flight operations clerk and was 3rd in his class. He was discharged honorably in 1976 and is a Vietnam era veteran!
Mr. Dyous writes poetry from the time he was a small child and Disk Jockeyed professionally since 1974. He worked at Pratt and Whitney Aircraft in East Hartford for two years before falling on hard times. Anthony was homeless for seven months after having a vision of war. He attempted to warn people of the experience by holding hostages and was incarcerated on December 28th, 1983 where he remains today.
The School of Letters began in 1996 when Mr. Dyous learned to use the computer and his hands were blessed with typing speed which he did not have before!
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Q: What is the reason for the school of letters?
A: To heal the nations
Q: Do preachers teach these subjects?
A: Most refuse to break away from the traditions of men.
Q: Can we understand and master these subjects?
A: Yes, all those in the School of Letters are raised up gaining insight and wisdom that is not afforded to the masses.
This promotes a stronger bond with Yahuah and Yahusha Messiah! We better understand our place as His children, and we share in the inheritance of Yahusha Messiah! John 10:16