reply to post by NewAgeMan
I don't mean to go on and on about my ATS Avatar-Background Christmas present lol, but since I'm alone and here with my ATS friends what else
is there to do but share something that I'm enthusiastic about in regards to it and it's deeper meaning and significance, perhaps even as it relates
to this evening, tonight (of all nights).
Have you ever had one of those experiences that make you go
I am a bit of a night owl and tonight was not much different than any other, aside from the fact that something
wanted to be manifested through
my awareness in a big way. The result of this new energy running through me can be found in my avatar.
Finally after it was finished I happened upon this thread and posted a response to the OP. I then went to lay down for a brief rest, but was unable to
fall asleep. Now I find myself back here looking at this new avatar you are enthusiastic about..
I love it.
The similarities between your avatar and my own caught my attention!
I love using pictures to communicate
ideas, I find them to engage part of my consciousness that words have a hard time reaching.
I for one am glad you went on and on
about your avatar. If you didn't, I may never have came across it.
After looking it over (many times), I noticed something interesting. Not sure if you are aware of it or not, but I feel the need to share with you
what was noticed.
Perhaps this message
is for you directly, or maybe it is for someone to stumble upon "accidentally". The numerous synchronicity between events
this evening has made sure I share this with someone, whoever they
may even be myself.
Your listed mood "Equanimous" is an anagram for Ousamequin.
Who is that you may ask?
He also went by the name Massasoit Sachem.
Massasoit Sachem or Ousamequin (c. 1581 – 1661), was the sachem, or leader, of the Wampanoag, and "Massasoit" of the Wampanoag Confederacy.
The term Massasoit means Great Sachem.
According to English sources, Massasoit prevented the failure of Plymouth Colony and the almost certain starvation that the Pilgrims faced during the
earliest years of the colony's establishment. Moreover, Massasoit forged critical political and personal ties with the colonial leaders.
During this politically promising time, Massasoit had five children: "Moanam", or Wamsutta, who was born sometime between 1621 and 1624; Pometecomet,
Metacomet, or Metacom; a third son, Sonkanuchoo; and two daughters, one named Amie and one whose name is unrecorded.
There was some tension between Massasoit and the colonists when they refused to give up Squanto whom Massasoit believed to have betrayed him. This was
not resolved until a visit by Edward Winslow to Massasoit in March 1623 when Massasoit was ill  and Winslow nursed him. After his recovery, Winslow
reports that Massasoit said "the English are my friends and love me." Moreover, Winslow also noted that Massasoit felt duty-bound to observe that
"whilst I live I will never forget this kindness they have showed me.
Massasoit was humane and honest, never violated his word, and constantly endeavored to imbue his people with a love of peace. He kept the Pilgrims
advised of any warlike designs toward them by other tribes.
Perhaps this message was intended to further someones seeking?
If you have any thoughts on the above would you be kind enough express them openly?
Perhaps I can get some sleep
Merry Christmas NAM
edit on 25-12-2012 by YourOtherSelf because: (no reason given)