posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 02:04 PM
Well, essentially, here is what I recommend.
First, it is folly to reject borders of states. Yes, part of me can argue all day that the state borders are corporate claims from horrible power
hungry entities like the Hudson Bay investors and the Massachusetts Claim investors and the Virginia Company and their boards and shareholders, etc,
etc, --all of that is for naught.
We have to accept the state borders (within the CONUS I mean) as quaint affectations. We shall NEVER EVER make them into trenches or "berlin
walls". To do so is to inviolate the spirit of the Obelisk, our "totem pole" if you will, and the man who gazes at it, Abe Lincoln. The legacy of
Thutmosis IV, and of the Ahmose 18th Dynasty power (that of most wise chief) is one of peace, as in the way of Deganawida, the Great Peacemaker of
Again I will beat this drum about borders. Consider that the Mass. Colony claim (Plymouth Claim) and the London (later Virginia Company of London)
Colony claim both had overlapping borders, so in the border between the two, was meant to be fluid, and the rule was a minimal distance between
their two colonies (in the buffer zone as per pages U-8 and U-9 of the Hammond World Atlas dated 1988) would be not within 100 miles of the other.
...With the natives caught up in between of course.
So, 1600 = Birth of Dutch East India
and 1606 = Birth of two against one war on Natives of America. (picture a WWF tag team where both tag team dudes wail on one lone dude cause his
buddy got bushwhacked and is rolling around ringside. 'Ecpt there was no buddie, so it's more like a regular match where one wrestler's friend is
there at the microphone intro speech part and then before or during the match, the one guys buddy assists in the bushwhack, end result is the same TWO
Therefore, am I describing the buffer zone of 1606 between parallels degree 38 and 41. The degree just north of this buffer zone, called 42nd degree,
is the key magical ley line of the United States. This 42nd degree, also is shared by such great cities as Rome, Crescent City, Yreka, Chicago,
Detroit, Woonsocket, Grozny, Vladivastok... Some of the most powerful and great cities known to man.
I would talk more about the 42nd parallel but I have said too much already. So therefore if you wish to prepare for the future discussion, you should
1: Which cities the 42nd parallel travels through (it is a magical ley line)
2: Which US counties have a border on this ley line called 42nd parallel (those counties form a string or a chain, the most important collation of
people in the Unite States.)
3: Which indian tribes roamed those counties, respectively (In the pre-colonial US days I mean, the days of Deganawida and White Buffalo Calf
The obelisk of Thutmosis IV is on the 42nd parallel. Also, the town of Plymouth is quite close, and north of there, the town of Quincy, once home to
a great maypole, celebrated by true and free Americans, and chopped down by Puritan jerks. So you see, freedom is easy to feel, and easy to
recognize, as is fascism. In any language, one can tell freedom from fascism. So really, no words are necessary. And if your argument requires
words, well, the future will find that quite obtuse, and boring.