Rush Bagot Treaty
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- The Twilight of the Celtic Gods
- The Milesians, according to myth, were the first Celts to settle in Ireland. This group was named after the eight sons of Mil (some texts say King Milesius); these Gaelic peoples, the myths report, came to Ireland from Spain. Ironically, the first phase of...
Saga of Times Past >> Legend and Prehistory
- Group Mind Basics (GM1)
- Anyone who has ever spoken in front of a group of people, knows that there is a peculiar sensation associated with the experience. A tightness of the throat often appears, or the speaker “gets butterflies in their stomach”. Just as in the case of person to...
Mind >> Telepathy and Group Mind
- Learning to Breathe
- Learning to breathe for meditation and health has proved to be a "practicing" step with a few people. I know it took me awhile to get the hang of it. But once learned, easy as pie! Breathing correctly, especially during meditation is not only...
Mind >> Meditation
- Resurrection of the Higher Self
- In July of 1989, a controversial article crossed the managing editor's desk of an equally controversial magazine. This article was never actually published in the quarterly publication, then known as The Magical Blend , even though it was well documented by...
Body Mysteries >> Psychoactive Substances
- Asatru, an Ancient Religion Reborn
- "Asatru" (often known as "Heathenism," "Germanic Paganism," "Elder Troth," and other names) means "faith in the Aesir", which are the Gods of pre-Christian Scandinavia. The other Germanic peoples (Goths,...
Religions >> Asatru
- Calamus: Correspondences
- Acorus calamus Poison Folk Names: Gladdon, Myrtle Flag, Myrtle Grass, Myrtle Sedge, Sweet Cane, Sweet Flag, Sweet Grass, Sweet Root, Sweet Rush, Sweet Sedge Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Luck, Healing, Money, Protection...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary C
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- Candidates should carry on Reagan's quest of no nukes
- President Reagan's disarmament advisor, Eugene Rostow, used the Rush-Bagot Agreement as an historical example for arms control in the nuclear age. Rostow said the agreement was a “genuine influence for restraint” during a time of tension between the ...
- Syria Needs Its Own Peace of Christmas Eve
- The signing of the Treaty of Ghent on Christmas Eve which ended the War of 1812 between Great Britain and United States. (courtesy of the National Archives). Within a few years the "Peace of Christmas Eve" had led to other agreements.
- The European Union Reconsidered
-  The consistent group of high-level economists, lawyers, and historians who negotiated the Maastricht Treaty must have had absolutely urgent reasons, and an irresistible rush to burn up the road, for disavowing so blatantly Europe's monetary history.
- Three-Minute Briefing: On Day One of Her New Job, New A.G. Lynch Denounces
- In 1817, the United States and Britain signed the Rush-Bagot Treaty, which limited the number of naval vessels allowed in the Great Lakes. War with Japan officially ended in 1952 as a treaty signed in San Francisco the year before took effect.
- This Day in History — April 16
- 1818: The Rush-Bagot agreement is ratified between the US and Canada which leads to the creation of the world's largest demilitarized, unfortified national border.
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