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The Christmas Truce of 1914

December 25, 2013

The Christmas Truce of 1914

December 24th, 1914

Ploegsteert Wood, Warneton, Hainaut, Flanders Region, Belgium only 8.6 miles from the Killing Fields of Ypres…..

That is EEP, Belgium for those
of you inexperienced with Flemish
pronunciation 🙂

Uploaded by Marcus Poulin

*A moment of sanity amidst the infinite stupidity of war

In the end, we have more in common with the farthest flung foreign common man than the closest corporate-fascists that presume dominion over our lives. If only the British & Germans realized it was the greed of their own banking houses that had them in the trenches and not some irreconcilable difference amongst themselves… Knowledge is power, ignorance literally can mean death. When will we start being leaders in our homes, communities, counties, and provinces – driving our own destiny rather than being driven?

By Tony Cartalucci

*100th Anniversary Of The Federal Reserve: 100 Reasons To Shut It Down Forever

This insidious debt-based financial system has literally made debt slaves out of all of us, and it is systematically destroying the bright future that our children and our grandchildren were supposed to have. If nothing is done, we are inevitably heading for a massive amount of economic pain as a nation. So please share this article with as many people as you can. The following are 100 reasons why the Federal Reserve should be shut down forever…

By Michael Snyder

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Lughnasadh

July 31, 2013

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Lughnasadh

(excerpt)

July 31st – August 1st Lughnasadh / Lammas

At Lammas, sometimes called Lughnasadh, it’s time to celebrate the first harvest of the year, and recognize that the hot summer days will soon come to an end. The plants of spring wither and drop seeds to ensure future crops. Grains are ready to be harvested and the fruits are ripe for picking. We can give thanks for the food on our tables.
Lughnasadh means the funeral games of Lugh (pronounced Loo), referring to Lugh, the sun god. However, the funeral is not his own, but the funeral games he hosts in honor of his foster-mother Tailte. For that reason, the traditional Tailtean craft fairs and Tailtean marriages (which last for a year and a day) are also celebrated at this time.

As autumn begins, the Celtic Sun God enters his old age, but is not yet dead. The God symbolically loses some of his strength as the Sun rises farther in the South each day and the nights grow longer.

The Christian religion adopted this theme and called it ‘Lammas ‘, meaning ‘loaf-mass ‘, a time when newly baked loaves of bread are placed on the altar. An alternative date around August 5 (Old Lammas), when the sun reaches 15 degrees Leo, is sometimes employed by Covens.

By Herne

*Lammas Ritual

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Truly blessed are we that receive the bounty of the Harvest,
Blessed be our Mother Earth,
Blessed be our Father Sun,
As he teaches us of life, death, and rebirth.
I honor Thee, The Two that are One.

By Akasha

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Green Day – King For A Day

April 28, 2013

“King For A Day/Shout” by Green Day from ‘Nimrod,’ available now. From “Bullet In A Bible” DVD. Directed by Samuel Bayer.

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The Science of Love

February 14, 2013

It turns out the brain in love looks strikingly similar to one on drugs like cocaine! Find out what drives love, and why we simply love being in love.

Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz).

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Happy New Year!

January 1, 2013

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2012 in review

December 30, 2012

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 18,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 4 Film Festivals

Click here to see the complete report.

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The Magic Christmas Mushroom

December 23, 2012

The Magic Christmas Mushroom: Amanita Muscaria

Have you ever wondered why on Christmas we cut down/carry evergreen trees inside our houses, decorate them with fancy ornaments, and place presents underneath them?

Watch this short video from BBC wildlife show ‘Weird Nature’ to learn more about the reindeer appetite for intoxicating fungi, and perhaps discover a little more about the origins of Santa’s flying companions!

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