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Cyrellys

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Re: MindWar
« Reply #60 on: January 11, 2015, 10:02:40 pm »

Oh not insufficient at all Elias!  You set the Moon in motion!

For the pikes must be together by the rising of the moon
Death to every foe and traitor! Whistle out the marchin' tune
And hurrah, me bous, for freedom at the rising of the moon


From the use of our personal libraries, to the dedication of our ships, the Old Irish stood when tyranny exceeded its rightful boundaries.  For the mind and for the land as shield wall...

It was in Maine the first ship was taken.  http://www.libertyhallmaine.org/battle.php
When the British threatened to burn Machias the People responded with "Strike to The Sons of Liberty" which message meant that the Brits were to surrender on June 11, 1775.

To follow was the flag of our clannod that flew at the masts of our merchant ships.  It was given to Washington's chosen man to fly above all the new nation's ships when we answered the call for assistance at the rising of the moon.  A white field with the green tree of life.

For a time it was the flag of the new navy. 

Recognizing the needs of the people, the land and the soul of a world has been our lot in the past.  While mine have faded, the moon still commands the tides ebb and flow.  And if enough of mine remained to protest it would be a small matter, for it was a promise made farther back in time than any memory today can accurately mark, to keep the watch.  I'm not much in the great scheme of things Elias, but perhaps, just perhaps, one rain drop will raise the sea once more.  If by some chance we cannot alter the course of the ship then bypass the Reaper by way of the Roar within, raise the sails and bend the great ship into the wind to take wing from the cliff and may the far side hove soon into view.  Like no other, she was built for storm.

For the pikes must be together by the rising of the moon
At the rising of the moon at the rising of the moon
And an army fights for freedom at the rising of the moon


http://www.lyricsfreak.com/t/the+high+kings/the+rising+of+the+moon_20910872.html

The High Kings: Rising of the Moon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQZLYseqNu4
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Re: MindWar
« Reply #61 on: January 14, 2015, 03:46:20 pm »

Elias,
A lack of response on my end was not indication of boredom for your thoughts. Familial needs will always come first, something I am sure you agree with.

I have no hesitation with the darker side of things, if you will, as it seems totally plausible to me. You did a very thorough and fantastic job laying down the background of it all. Like you said, now comes the brainstorming part.

I totally dig your enthusiasm for wanting to start a woman’s group and I am right there with you. How to do so? I haven’t the faintest! A few years ago I was so gun-ho to pack up and move to someplace like Montana. I was already there in spirit, DH just needed a job. Doors opened up here and I feel very blessed to live here, though I dream of moving from time to time. I would love to be on the ground floor of something amazing – even something I feel passionate about, which is educating and inspiring and blessing other mommy’s. What exactly that looks like, I honestly don’t know!

Until then, I am diligently looking for opportunities to get other women to think. I mean really think, by reaching them through in an area I know best: their feelings. I believe I have a good example - my memory triggered by a thread created by RVM45 regarding a conversation that went little awry with his sister.

The other night coming home from my homeschooling meeting (a few of us moms meet once a month) the companion in my car brought up a law in Germany that will not allow parents to name their children anything they want. She said she doesn’t think everyone should be told what to do by the government, but… there oughta be a law about not naming your kids something harmful.

I listened to her, nodded my head and said, “I understand. People can be quite outlandish in their choices. And you hate to see a child live under the seemingly insanity of their parents naming them something with Hitler or Stalin in it. Or having to be harassed mercilessly for being named Kandy Kane or Little Bo Beep. However, as much as I don’t want to see that, what I definitely don’t want to see are laws being passed saying that a parent doesn’t have that choice. The problem isn’t that someone might do something we think is outrageous, the problem is that once you make a law, you have to enforce it.* And who, in their right mind would say that it is okay to jail a parent because they named their child Krispy Kreme or Aunt Joo-joo or Donald Trump? Why on earth would you separate a child from their mom [gotta bring it home] because of a name? Why would you deprive and punish a child like that? Because remember, if there is a law it must be enforced. Could you enforce it?”

Perhaps I am onto to something… Perhaps I will work on some ideas I can implement in my little world of influence… And perhaps in doing so I might be able to come up with something useful (a girl can dream, right?!?) in regards to your idea…

*Nod of thanks to Silver!
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Re: MindWar
« Reply #62 on: January 14, 2015, 03:51:59 pm »

Why on earth would you separate a child from their mom [gotta bring it home] because of a name? Why would you deprive and punish a child like that? Because remember, if there is a law it must be enforced. Could you enforce it?”

No fair to tease like that! What did your companion answer to those questions? :)
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Re: MindWar
« Reply #63 on: January 14, 2015, 04:09:49 pm »

Opps, sorry!  :laugh: She was silent - the good kind, the kind that you know what you just said kinda punched them in the gut. And I delivered it with an angelic voice, I might add. Then she quietly said, "No."
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I'm not where I want to be, but I'm better than where I was!

Freedom is not being able to do what you want to do; freedom is being able to NOT do what you don't want to do.

"We must not amuse ourselves with the notion that we have done something when we have only formed a good resolution. Power comes by doing and not by resolving." Charlotte Mason

"Don't hurt people and don't take their stuff." Courtesy of FreedomWorks

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Re: MindWar
« Reply #64 on: April 26, 2015, 12:31:35 pm »

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Re: MindWar
« Reply #65 on: April 26, 2015, 12:38:35 pm »

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Re: MindWar
« Reply #66 on: April 26, 2015, 12:44:41 pm »


    Ok M.L. , you raise a good point. However I personally feel that the skills you cite within the above should be applicable to all humans.....including the testosterone ridden.

Very true, men should definitely be included... but I find even fewer of them who are the least interested. My own sons knew how to cook, clean, garden and mend simple things while they were at home, and both of the older ones still do most of the cooking in their homes. Best yet, however, is that they truly understand what goes into doing those jobs, so they more fully appreciate the efforts of others as well.
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Re: MindWar
« Reply #67 on: August 08, 2016, 06:40:07 pm »

Mindwar..........

My loathing of the military is only refreshed by these articles.

It answers so many questions, namely, will the military follow unconstitutional orders "and fire on citizens"?
 If you and I are merely reading this, can you imagine how saturated  to their cerebral cortex, the military is in this tripe?

Congress surely knows about these programs, just as they knew about performing hundreds (?) of lobotomies (and 43 other nefarious programs) performed on their own men and unknowing civilians.

Not many would believe this extremely well funded "horror movie" is real. It's more like a cheap "c" movie from the '50's. The only thing missing are the paper 3-d glasses.

That's how they get away with it.
 I've been following it for years and still cannot grasp the depths...
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