posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 05:06 AM
reply to post by Still Naive?
We are born to the yoke, sadly.
But sometimes disadvantage is strength in disguise, because people in power are not used to being resisted. The
ability to resist is strength even if the effort seems small. Diana knew that and chose the greater good over herself. She knew, like Archimedes, on
which lever to put her hands. That isn't tolerated in our evil world. Beautiful things die.
One of the things though regarding "secret knowledge" lol, the royals tend not to eat the GMO food. Was it Philip who insisted on having a private
chef follow him on all travels or one of the other princes?
Frank Herbert joked about "leader foods" in the Hive book but the truth is that "leader foods" are now REAL FOODS in the REAL WORLD, and we
commoners get what comes from "the vats" i.e. GMO, chemically altered, vaccine food. heh XD
Oh, another thing about Diana... back during the 1500s I think, maybe earlier, Plantagenet rule whenever that was (I am not good with history lol),
mental illness was still attributed to the moon. The King had to keep in trust property of any person expected to recover from insanity while
providing for the patient's care. In effect all mental invalids were wards of the king and treated somewhat humanely if expected to recover. Those
who were lunatics were considered "Struck by Diana's Arrows". The royal houses had to provide for these people while keeping their property
Diana is the goddess of motherhood, the hunt, loss, giving, inner truth, seeking, finding. People who lost their senses were considered under her care
and people cared for them because of that. Their worries or pains were attributed once again to having been "moonstruck", or emotionally troubled by
Diana was a heroine.