Government is discriminating against Taxpayers

Written by Shirley deLong

Forrepparttar Government to even suggest that Taxpayers pay any more money to support Africa and HIV/AIDS is discrimination against Taxpayers. Don't misunderstand me, I have lots of compassion and deep concerns for these people andrepparttar 147872 children, but we have people and children in America going hungry and without medication. In hundreds of years,repparttar 147873 leopard hasn't changed it's spot, why do you think with additional Taxpayers monies it'll change now! It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that Hand-outs haven't worked and never will! You've never paid any of your past loans and you want Americans to "write off"repparttar 147874 old debts, and give you more of Taxpayers monies? You've succeeded in getting America into trillions of dollars of debt! Who's going to bail America out?

If you want to help outrepparttar 147875 people in Africa & other countries, turn your pity party performance into a money making concert and donaterepparttar 147876 proceeds to any organizations you wish!Just leave American Taxpayers alone! We're fed up!

OM to Ogham

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Plato observed thatrepparttar advent of an alphabet making writing efficient for average people actually lead to less knowledge or disciplined communication. We need not blamerepparttar 147798 Phoenicians for this because people really could benefit from writing.

John Locke and many other scientists duringrepparttar 147799 time when man thought there was some reality in prejudices like The Scale of Nature observed that language was a pre-requisite for consciousness. Although there is some truth in his observations which includerepparttar 147800 Tabula Rasa, this is pure hogwash and perhaps even worse than that. He may well have sought to make people feel inferior just as that Scale of Nature was designed to do to so many non-Europeans.

Common sense is a most uncommon thing it appears. We still have many people living underrepparttar 147801 pall ofrepparttar 147802 Bible Narrative and other ‘absolute religions’ (Fukayama and social engineers know how to use) which have whole histories of deceit woven into their dogma andrepparttar 147803 laws that formrepparttar 147804 structure of our society. I am all forrepparttar 147805 Kat-ma concept of Karma which would have these social engineers meet their maker and put an end to that Dog-ma. It is unfortunate that scholars who are interested in making a living often have to go along with things they know are only half true at best. It is more unfortunate that good money can be made debunking real scholarship and exploration byrepparttar 147806 likes of Barraclough Fell and other Epigraphists. Please take a look into Rob Gombach of Utah State University as he says Fell was only a hobbyist.

The treatment ofrepparttar 147807 concept of OM byrepparttar 147808 Catholic Encyclopedia is a fine example of what is wrong with our society I think. Here is a little of what they say to start our voyage beyond conventional thinking. Om isrepparttar 147809 sacred syllable of Hinduism used by all schools in their meditation system. It expressesrepparttar 147810 'world-soul' concept of Brahman. It is pronounced atrepparttar 147811 beginning ofrepparttar 147812 recitation ofrepparttar 147813 'mantras'. In practice, this concept is expressed in Hindu teaching as:

“‘All humanity converging atrepparttar 147814 foot of that sacred place where is setrepparttar 147815 symbol that is no symbol,repparttar 147816 name that is beyond all sound.’ Inrepparttar 147817 system of practices that make up Hinduism, there isrepparttar 147818 possibility of introducing this concept through an intensified psychic response or through practices that are diabolic {What?! This is certainly a great expression ofrepparttar 147819 Pope's ecumenical interests. This mentions nothing about it being likerepparttar 147820 Holy Spirit or what physicists say which I relate torepparttar 147821 Logos. It is racial inrepparttar 147822 level of its prejudice and it isrepparttar 147823 kind of thing one should expect from 'Crusaders' with no soul.}. Here there is real danger, for this concept permits one to enter into a simple, self-delusive attitude {Rather than one created byrepparttar 147824 priests of this group of 'churchians' who do not followrepparttar 147825 'living father within' that Jesus taught.} that misleads while atrepparttar 147826 same time acts to shut out all other avenues of Christian response. Its danger is inrepparttar 147827 blandishment whereby a Universal Religion (the core of Karma orrepparttar 147828 at-onement of divine assumption of all into one) precludes sin since there is no one to sin against. Thus it has often been cryptically likened torepparttar 147829 evolutionary religious concepts advanced by Teilhard de Chardin {Who almost was ex-communicated and is a great ecumenicist.}, namely,repparttar 147830 'omega' concept: ‘The revealed Christ is identical with omega. This christology of Chardin, an evolutionary complex, is stated in like manner: ‘Man bears along with himrepparttar 147831 world of beings inferior to God.’ (Letter 8/7/23 in 'Letters to Leontine Zanta.') (See Omega Point: Teilhardism.)” (1)

The Homeric scholars have found some things to proverepparttar 147832 myth was not all mere fiction and this continues torepparttar 147833 present in even more fascinating ways due to satellite technology as well as a weakening grip of Biblical intrigues or religious suppression. Inrepparttar 147834 final analysis it is my sincere hope that people will become more spiritual and able to appreciate their religious icons were far more thanrepparttar 147835 interpreters who used their image and good works. I am ofrepparttar 147836 belief that when Homer wrote about ‘the underworld’ he was writing about North America and I know for certain that these people knewrepparttar 147837 earth was a sphere and had means to map and travel throughoutrepparttar 147838 whole world since long before Homer. Much of knowledge started with observingrepparttar 147839 stars in world adventures or travels and man has always been adventurous. Here isrepparttar 147840 other ‘Om’ written as Ogham or Ogam.

“’While some marks may be related to Ogam, we are skeptical of translations becauserepparttar 147841 perception ofrepparttar 147842 marks onrepparttar 147843 rock, often worn or damaged, is subject to considerable variability from one observer torepparttar 147844 next.’

No nation has a monopoly on illegibility, andrepparttar 147845 authors could profitably have consulted any edition of any ancient work, atrepparttar 147846 bottom of any page (whererepparttar 147847 variant readings are listed); there they would find subjectivity galore, and accepted as a matter of course. In any case, they should keep mum; some people haverepparttar 147848 same complaints about standing stones and alignments.” (2)

The cover-up of Ogham and all of its branches of knowledge may have started before Rome and there certainly was a lot of plagiarization or Hellenizing going on as new leaders usurpedrepparttar 147849 history, technology and science ofrepparttar 147850 Kelts or ‘keltoi’ and ‘Ogygia’, asrepparttar 147851 Greek (Danaus) called them. Ogygia in itself means ‘ancient ones’ and Plutarch has a map identifying Iceland as Ogygia but that does not mean it was anything more than an ancient Thulean outpost.

Not long agorepparttar 147852 Catholic Church had a fit of honesty and considered removing St. Patrick as a Saint. They knew all along that it was a near total fiction replete with removing snakes that had never been there in recorded or remembered history. They knew he had been sent there to make deals and re-write Scriptures or destroy things which would showrepparttar 147853 real roots of their faith and culture. He personally destroyed over 150 hand drawn books and we have proof of his editing ofrepparttar 147854 Senchus Mor which had been a fantastic book with numerous volumes of law and culture. There are only a few glosses with obvious re-writes remaining. Butrepparttar 147855 enslaved people of Ireland who have had their true history destroyed or hidden from them were all upset to find their Patron Saint might be a saint no more.

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