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Community of Collective

A community is a group of individuals who share a common path for survival, often supported by a common myth. There is a connection in the words both containing comm’. At the turn of the last century, the work of … Continue reading

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Trading Language on the Internet Exchange

As we bandy about the violent extremists meme terrorist/s/as and other Orwellian constructs of New Think Gibber Talk, we could possibly consider the positive side and never again rely on the same metaphor of war that has stained our lovely … Continue reading

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Predicting Collapse

A few times since I became aware of family farm/banker issues, as I have written in previous blogs via Acres, USA; The Voice for Eco-Agriculture, I have heard how it will all collapse in on itself and money will be … Continue reading

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Perspective From An Old Alien Species

I completed the reading of “Deep Green Resistance,” a compilation of chapters designated to individual authors, Aric McBay and Lierre Keith, with chapter comments by Derrick Jensen, he being by now perhaps the most in favor of Atonement of the … Continue reading

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Walstreet Wall Street Wall Street

Holy Wall Street Bat God! The many have gone mad. They’ve dabbled in electronic money, gone mad, mad, mad with Lucifer compounding, forget the ethics, we can create, greed is good, mad, mad, mad, electronic money! million bits here, million … Continue reading

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Sovereignty Resides With The People — Mordecai M Kaplan

Some time before 1937 Mordecai Kaplan wrote a book titled, The Meaning Of God In Modern Jewish Religion. What he wrote back then has exact correlation to social circumstances of today. There are many pages around this medium decrying an … Continue reading

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Upon This Rock I Shall Build My Church (Part Three)

What if Suares (part two, one blog back) is correct that the Bible has been completely mistranslated in an upside down fashion? What if what he claims to be the Qabalic answer to the creation is correct and all religions … Continue reading

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