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Jun 28, 2010

Who will carry the US Constitution now that Senator Byrd is gone?

As you heard, the longest serving senator in US history, Senator Robert Byrd (D-WVA), passed away during the night at age 92.

After his 50+ years of service, had he lived down an unfortunate membership in the Klan in his youth? Opponents would say nay, yet I forgave him long ago based on his exemplary record serving in the US Senate, and most especially for delivering the speech Today, I Weep for My Country which was heard on the senate floor on behalf of common decency, Constitutional law, the American people, and the people of Iraq who at the time were only hours from being bombed by the Bush-Cheney administration in March 2003, a conflict still grinding on these 7 years later with no end in sight, and much to what should be America's eternal shame.

I well remember the months-long campaign with war drums beating on the afternoon of March 19, 2003, for I was weeping, too.

For even this *Saturnian astrologer knows that karma is what we reap from what we've sown, and Hades and chaos in the Middle East are what America has sown. No one welcomes foreign occupation of their country and that goes for Afghanistan as well. Would you?

So here is what I blogged on the 5th anniversary of the Iraq invasion with a link to Senator Byrd's heartfelt speech included. As soon as Senator Byrd finished speaking, (VP Cheney directed) the Theodore-Roosevelt-worshiping Senator John McCain to stand up and defend the war hawks' 'decision' to wage their war of choice with its visions of world domination and obscene profits.

You'll find McCain's speech included and I find it fascinating to compare the two senators' sentiments now in light of how things have turned out so far in Iraq.

Or you may wish to skip my ramblings and go directly to the text of both speeches, compliments of Information Clearing House

Now the war-promoting senator that day is the same John McCain who tossed out a "maybe more troops in Afghanistan" on Meet the Press yesterday, a statement which almost made me lose my brunch. For if Afghanistan isn't a perfect historical example of bashing one's head against a brick wall, I don't know what is, though 'stone' wall would be more to the point.

And so the tattered copy of the US Constitution which Senator Byrd carried in his pocket through the years must now be sadly laid aside with his passing. Without Senator Byrd's spirit of vigilance, let us hope that this laying aside is not indicative of a further and deeper loss of constitutional principles.


*Saturnian astrologer as opposed to Uranian astrologer is my understanding of one who sees heredity and DNA in cell-like horoscopes where others see past lives and reincarnation.


Anonymous said...

Comment re "Saturnian vs Uranian" astrologer in your post on Sen Byrd.

Does this mean that you specifically do not believe in some variation on the concept of reincarnation?

Also, regarding the NWO, where do you place persons such as Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, Mao. They don't seem to fit in concepts of 'the overlords' of the NWO bankers calling the shots. Are they history's 'mistakes?'

Also, in reading your posts, I am confused about the status of our nations 'founders.' Sometimes it sounds like you're saying that because many of them were Masons you count them as though they were part of the NWO. It doesn't seem that way to me.

Just looking for a little clarification. Thanks

Jude Cowell said...

Thanks for the Qs & a chance to clarify my intent.

You've touched on 2 of my blogging issues: how often to repeat myself since a reader may pop in once to read a post that i didn't fully develop; & my theory that no one has time to read super long posts so i often shorten w/out expanding on a topic (often better explained in a previous post; this blog has about 2,300 of them, so i don't always know where a specifi topic lurks.) That said, i will try to answer your Qs.

1. Reincarnation: in consultation Erin Sullivan told me that i am of the Saturnian kind, or i might never have had the oomph to call myself such. So no, as most people use the term i specifically do not believe in some form of reincarnation. But i do believe this earth will be 'made new', aka, reincarnated, by our Creator when all is said and done. a Biblical p.o.v. w/ power for such changes in God's hands; i believe that everyone who ever lived, lives, or will be born on earth is uniquely known to our Creator as an individual. But ancestors we have & our life issues may follow theirs closely, just not quite the same in 2010 as opposed to say, 1810.

2. Hitler, Lenin, etc are said to have been members of secret societies (yet no group's members are in possession of All the Knowledge @ the top of the power pyramid, then or now; only the select few know all & they are used based their talents; ex: Hitler was once an inspiring orator, etc) & all were financed by banking houses (Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Morgans, & others) as were the revolutions/wars of their times.

This info is in Nicholas Hagger's book 'The Secret History of the West' which gives the occult vision source, the heretical occult inspiration and interpreter, the revolutionary originator, the thoughtful intellectual interpreter, the political interpreter, & the physical consolidation of centuries' worth of revolutions & wars. Here is a basic example which we're in process of experiencing now:

Heretical occult inspiration: Lucifer-Satan; Intellectual expression: Capitalism-materialism-free trade-mercantilism; Political expression: World Government; Physical consolidation: World war.

i simplify. You'd have to read Hagger's 600-pp book to get a true idea of the scope of NWO intent. That people such as Weishaupt were in on the agenda from the start isn't hard to believe for me since i've read this book & others, but a blog isn't a good place to make such long-winded arguments in full.

3. Yes, many of the founders are known to have been Freemasons, but their Rosicrucian & Illuminati links are harder to document; some of them seem to have disagreed - ex: Washington, apparently wanted the Illuminati kept out of America - guess it worked for a while.

And of course in Thos Jefferson's effects was found a Rosicrucian code cylinder. Franklin's leanings are more well known, & whether there's anything to the mysterious bodies found buried under his house is intriguing but may be from medical experiments of a doctor friend, or satanic ritual victims - your guess is as good as mine. And Ben did have his scientific interests.

So when did the original 'New World' vision become the totalitarian nightmare we now face? Were the founders part of a one-world agenda, or merely steps along a path which has @ some point taken a bad turn? Maybe the mystery is found in the passage of time: what they intended in the 1700s vs current actors who have perverted America into their own version of the (formerly) shining vision.

Then there are men's egos w/ much jockeying for position @ the top of the heap which is wha i think we see on Capitol Hill (whose turn to steer the W-H? etc) & in many other nations w/ projects that lead men to wars of imperialism, war as population control in order to protect the planet's dwindling resources, a dwindling which our founders probably never considered to be an issue.

Well, thanks again! Jude

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info on Nicholas Hagger's book, I will go read it.

It seems to me that the "NWO" has its origins in the twentieth century and that it does not have anything to do with the rise of Mao; I will read the book for more info.