- MIND CONTROL AND WAR
- HOW MANY PEOPLE DIED BECAUSE OF HITLER’S INVASION OF RUSSIA?
- PUTATIVE KARMA OF A SUCCESSFUL MIND CONTROL WAR EFFORT
- LEGAL REPERCUSSIONS OF A SUCCESSFUL MIND CONTROL WAR EFFORT
- THE QUESTION OF LEGAL REPERCUSSIONS OF ‘MURDER BY PROXY’
- MIND CONTROL AS A PEACE PROJECT
- $27.8B FEDERAL DRUG CONTROL ANNUAL EXPENSE
- $132B ESTIMATED ANNUAL INCREASE IN TAX REVENUES FROM NATIONWIDE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA
- $708.6B ESTIMATED INCREASE IN TAX REVENUES FROM NATIONWIDE LEGALIZATION OF ALL RECREATIONAL DRUGS
- $686.2B ESTIMATED ANNUAL NET IMPROVEMENT IN THE FEDERAL BOTTOM LINE
- $17B ESTIMATED ANNUAL IMPROVEMENT IN THE STATE AND LOCAL BOTTOM LINE DUE TO ‘SIN TAX’ INCREASES
- FEDERAL LEGISLATION THAT MIGHT GET AROUND THE MORAL ISSUE STATES HAVE WITH LEGALIZATION OF DRUGS
I saw an intriguing video about the Orphan Trains that settled orphans (some of them ‘street urchins’ or ‘juvenile delinquents’) from urban environments in farm communities at the turn of the last century. Here’s a good source of information on that …
Link: “West by Orphan Train,” in PBS LearningMedia https://iptv.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/orphan-train/#.WtoYCG4vzAV ..
I see that the Trump administration has offered 2 billion dollars’ worth of grants to help the homeless …
Link: “US Gives $2B to Help Homeless Amid Plans to Cut Housing Aid,” 11 January 2018, https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/california/articles/2018-01-11/trump-administration-announces-2b-to-help-the-homeless ..
I expect it will take some time for this grant money to filter down into local communities. I have a thought about that:
Might ‘Homeless Trains’ be devised, along the lines of the ‘Orphan Trains’, to resettle the homeless from urban areas into parts of the nation that are in need of labor?
Here’s a map showing where the orphans were settled …
Image: “Where the Orphans Went,” https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/67ca4560bc7bbfb330a680b71514bfe1a319da08/c=0-0-401-301&r=x404&c=534×401/local/-/media/2017/01/27/WIGroup/Sheboygan/636211244698689755–2-Map-where-Children-went.jpg ..
I wonder if this map might be a good starting place for a plan to resettle the urban homeless?
I note also that the ‘orphan train’ children sometimes needed to be resettled in new homes, and sometimes this happened several times to one child. We might anticipate that resettled homeless people might need followup and relocation services as well.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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Filmed on 24 March 2018
Here’s a way to sound very impressive on the astral plane, through telepathy … Be sure and tell your clair friends it’s just for fun. There’s a Summary after the video … Continue reading
Sung on 14 April 2018
“Therefore, let us consider how it becometh us to behave in the sight of God and His angels, and let us so stand to sing, that our mind may be in harmony with our voice.” — from “The Holy Rule of St. Benedict,” by Saint Benedict, Abbot of Monte Cassino, https://www.ben.edu/center-for-mission-and-identity/events/upload/Rule-of-St-Benedict.pdf .. public domain
Saint Benedict of Nursia, I feel, is a very great saint of the Catholic church. On reading about him, I felt an instant affinity for him, as if I had once known him. He was the founder of the Order of Saint Benedict, and the author through which flowed one of the most powerful prayers of exorcism known in the world, For more on his life, see …
Link: “Benedict of Nursia,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benedict_of_Nursia ..
I found the above quote after singing the ancient prayer “Kyrie Eleison, Christe Eleison,” and thought: What a wonderful way that would be to sing God’s praise; in such a way that “our mind may be in harmony with our voice.”
In the video is the song, and after that a Summary, with the English translation … Continue reading
Here’s a song about pure water, and about Christ Our Lord. Please excuse the rendition. My hope is that one of you, gifted with a beautiful voice, will sing this song for the world. Continue reading
Here’s a song I learned on the shores of the blue Pacific on Saturday. There’s a Summary after the video … Continue reading