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    rpeerless Well-Known Member

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    http://freedomoutpost.com/2013/04/publius-huldah-explains-why-islamists-dont-have-the-right-to-build-mosques-proselytize-or-institute-sharia-law-in-america/

    Provides an in depth explaination...in case you missed it....
     
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    http://lastresistance.com/2001/obama-protects-islam-at-all-costs/
     
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    In the beginning....What did our Founder's have in mind? Preservation of truly American ideals?





    From: A Summary of Native American Religions by David Ruvolo

    "The relative ease at which the Iroquois Nation was able to provide for the needs of it's people allowed for the development of a systematic belief system that was more developed than most other systems found among Native American civilizations. According to Lewis H. Morgan, their religion is characterized by a monotheistic belief in an all-powerful creator known as the "Great Spirit", or "Ha-wen-ne-yu." "The Iroquois believed in the constant superintending care of the Great Spirit. He ruled and administered the world, and the affairs of the red race." (1954,146). The Iroquois failed to see the need in developing a detailed conception of their creator. This knowledge was thought to be above and beyond their capabilities to understand. His power was administered to the material world through "a class of inferior spiritual existences, by whom he was surrounded." (1954,147). While divine attributes concerning the Great Spirit remained undeveloped, the Iroquois gave detailed descriptions of this lower class of spirits that interacted with the material world. The were known as "Invisible Agents" or "Ho-no-che-no-keh." (Morgan 1954). The power possessed by these spirits was given to them by the Great Spirit and were the manifestations of his unlimited power. Some of these spirits were given names, however, they were often identified with the object or force that they presided over. For example, He-no, one of the more important spirits, was given the thunderbolt and controlled the weather. According to Morgan, he had the form of man and wore the costume of a warrior (1954,147).

    While the Iroquois belief system centered around the idea of a benevolent Great Spirit, it did not ignore the existence of evil in the world. Evil is represented by the brother of the Great Spirit, "Ha-ne-go-ate-geh", or "the Evil-minded" (1954,147). This evil spirit exists independently and controls it's own inferior spiritual beings. These agents of evil also exist in the material world and are place there in an attempt to bring about evil. According to Morgan, the Great Spirit does not have any type of positive authority over the Evil-minded, except for the power to overcome him when necessary (1954,148). The red race is left to choose either obedience to the Great Spirit or submission to the Evil-minded. It is important to note that the Iroquois developed the idea of an immortal soul. This soul was judged by the Great Spirit upon the death of the body. The threat of punishment in the afterlife increased morality concerns, which aided in the success of the Iroquois Nation."
     
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    http://clashdaily.com/2013/05/666-alert-is-the-u-s-military-preparing-to-court-martial-christians/

    Seriously? What is truly American? What is anti-American?

    Without the Great Spirit, God, The Laws of Nature and of Nature's God, we have no God given rights......

    The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution work together. The Constitution is framed in the Declaration of Independence.
     
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    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2013/05/01/Breaking-Pentagon-Confirms-Will-Court-Martial-Soldiers-Who-Share-Christian-Faith

    So Mikey is going to get rid of all those foot washing pools and I guess our guy's and gals won't have to see any of those funky prayer mats anymore, you know the one's that proselytize that other faith and surely the moon and stars will be eclipsed by Mikey's clouds.

    Wow, that Pentagram is right on top of things.

    And oh, Mikey I forgot, while the Christians and compatibles are praying silently for you to stay alive, the others might face west and chant that you don't.
     
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    The difference between Rev. Wright and me, is, he sees chickens coming home to roost, while I see wrens and sparrows and cardinals, and blue jays, and grosbeaks, and titmice, and woodpeckers and sapsuckers and robins and tanagers, and blackbirds, and plovers and all different shapes and sizes of birds coming home to roost where I'm at. And I say glad you're back to everyone of 'em.
     
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