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Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 5
WHERE I LAY MY HEAD IS HOME A foot and light-hearted I take to the open road, Healthy, free, and the world before me, The long brown path before me leading Wherever I choose. Henceforth I ask not for good fortune, I myself am good fortune, Henceforth I...
Philosophy >> Survivalists Guide for the New Millennium
Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 7
MAKING FRIENDS WITH NATURE AND NATURAL LAW The fall of human society has not occurred overnight. It has taken many centuries, many millennia in fact, for the Divine potentials and inherent genius of the human being to degrade into the modern...
Philosophy >> Survivalists Guide for the New Millennium
(Sumerian) A warrior deity, involved with armies, weaponry, and the suppression of revolt. He has another nature as well, though, that of an agrarian deity devoted to tillage of the soil and teaching the arts of the farm....
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Colors in Psychology
"Personality is a mask you believe in." Dr. White If you wish to accomplish change through color then it makes sense to first take a look at your own reactions on colors. First choose your favorite color(s) from the color fields below, next pick out...
Symbology >> Colorology
Martin Luther
Martin Luther was a German theologian, a priest and a monk, a scholar and a writer. He was the leading figure of the Protestant Reformation.
Saga of Times Past >> Biography

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The untold story of 1847 Taos Revolt
Two young girls stand before the present-day San Geronimo Church at Taos Pueblo, which was erected in the early 1850s. The remains of the previous church served as a cemetery for tribal members for many years until a new one nearby was designated in ...
Letter: To a better future
The Feb. 10 Taos Town Council candidates forum, sponsored by Taos Reading to End Racism was a first step toward a dialogue in real time. Kudos to Daniel Escalante, and to the candidates who answered some tough questions honestly – and revealingly.
Taos Lightning
Either way, it was popular in the Southwest until 1847, when Turley was killed during the Taos Pueblo Revolt. It was revived 160 years later by KGB Spirits of Alcalde, New Mexico (no relationship to the Soviet espionage outfit of the same name).
Pilgrimage: In search of Pope Francis
After the 1680 Revolt, Spanish survivors fled New Mexico and relocated in Isleta del Sur (near El Paso) and San Lorenzo (part of Juárez). We met Carmen Arceo Guerrero, a member of the Diocese de Ciudad Juárez choir. She was delighted to participate as ...
Taos Revolt of 1847 and Kit Carson Park
The recent controversy over the renaming of Kit Carson Park to Red Willow Park has a backstory that predates the presence of American settlers and goes to the heart of the reconciliation aspect of the name change.

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