Saturday, August 23, 2014

Port Townsend Real Estate Consultant, Broker Crystal L. Cox of Goddess Realty.

Goddess Realty, Real Estate Consultant, Crystal L Cox. 

 You have a Right to 3rd Party Real Estate Consulting.

You do NOT need a Realtor to Buy or Sell Real Estate.
You may need Real Estate Advice, But you don't Need to Pay 6% for It.

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Clara Bewick Colby

"She struggled to raise her child and continued to be very active over the years in the suffrage movement in the U.S. and in Great Britain, despite being left impoverished by her husband, who left her for Lost Bird’s nursemaid. She counted among her friends Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the leaders of the suffrage movement; Dr. Mary Walker, the Civil War physician who was the first woman to win the Medal of Honor; plus the wives of presidents and other prominent leaders, connections that her husband would make use of over the years to promote his own career."


Clara Bewick Colby                                    

Clara Bewick was born in England on Aug. 5, 1846. She spent her early childhood in England with her grandparents while her parents and siblings endured poverty and hardship after emigrating to America. When she was 9, her family sent for her.

After a childhood of much hardship, but with the support of her grandparents who also emigrated, she went to college and met a dashing military man, Leonard Colby. They married on June 23, 1871.

She founded the Women’s Tribune in Beatrice, Neb., in 1883 and moved the paper, which became the leading women’s suffrage publication in the nation, to Washington, D.C., in 1886. She spent several months in Washington each year working on the Tribune and for suffrage. She and Leonard had no children of their own, but she gracefully took on the job of raising Lost Bird when her husband adopted the child in 1891.

She struggled to raise her child and continued to be very active over the years in the suffrage movement in the U.S. and in Great Britain, despite being left impoverished by her husband, who left her for Lost Bird’s nursemaid. She counted among her friends Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the leaders of the suffrage movement; Dr. Mary Walker, the Civil War physician who was the first woman to win the Medal of Honor; plus the wives of presidents and other prominent leaders, connections that her husband would make use of over the years to promote his own career.

She made many mistakes as she reared Lost Bird. Clara tried to raise her Lakota daughter to be an independent-minded white woman - a copy of herself. But Clara ended up with an unruly unhappy child who fit into neither Lakota or white culture.

Sinking further into poverty, unable to get her husband to pay alimony or contribute more to the support of their adopted daughter, she closed the Women’s Tribune in 1909. Eventually, Clara was forced to campaign and lecture to support herself, no matter what the weather and despite her declining health. She died of pneumonia on Sept. 7, 1916, penniless and unable to help her struggling daughter in San Francisco. The 19th Amendment, a goal to which she gave her life, was ratified on Aug. 26, 1920.

Sources: "Lost Bird of Wounded Knee: Spirit of the Lakota" by Renee Sansom Flood, Nebraska State Historical Society, Gage County Historical Society."


Friday, June 27, 2014

Benefits of decalcifying/activating your Pineal Gland

"There are many benefits of decalcifying/activating your pineal gland (Third Eye/Ajna Chakra) and a common question we receive is “how do you know you have decalcified/activated your pineal gland/third eye?”.

At its simplest, your pineal gland is activated as it regulates our sleep cycles however as mentioned on this site, our daily mainstream lifestyles lead to our pineal glands becoming calcified and therefore do not work to their full potential, e.g. produce DMT and connect us to the beyond.

If you successfully decalcify and activate your pineal gland/third eye you should begin to notice many benefits. These benefits of a decalcified pineal gland and activated third eye, are listed below.

Benefits of Pineal Gland Decalcification/Third Eye (Ajna Chakra) Activation:

Many people believe that the pineal gland/third eye functions as a stargate that can see beyond space and time. In essence by activating your pineal gland/third eye, your perceptions go beyond this physical world and your mind awakens and connects to this plane of existence where time doesn’t exist, and from this there are a number of fantastic benefits:

Greater Awareness/Becoming Awake

Activating our pineal gland/third eye metaphysically opens our eyes from a deep spiritual slumber. It allows us to begin to perceive the ‘truth’ that surrounds us. This means that you will start seeing that the world we live is full of control and inequalities, and out of harmony with the rest of the universe. You will feel a desire to be free and live in a world full of love, compassion and truth. Ultimately you will feel the connection to all that is around you in nature and feel a deeper connection with the universe. It is a profound sense, that allows you to see beauty in all things and realise that your physical self isn’t your true self.


Your instincts are like a well tuned compass that points you in the ‘right’ direction to achieve what your soul seeks. With an activated pineal gland/third eye, you are able to read these instinctual signals far easily, where it becomes almost like an additional sense, hence sixth sense. :-) It is almost like you just know what will happen and what certain outcomes of certain events will be. It is why some people believe that the most famous prophets of our time have all had activated pineal glands.
The feeling of all of us being part of the same whole also becomes apparent, and you are able to empathise with others, knowing that they are part of the same universal consciousness.

Laws of Attraction/Cosmic Ordering

As a result of an activated pineal gland, your third eye chakra will be activated, which in turn helps the whole chakra system balance. When you are energised and in tune with the universe, you are like a giant magnet to events, people, situations, etc. By harnessing the power of positive intention, gratitude and love, you can help manifest so much more beauty into your life. Watch the number of ‘helpful’ coincidences sky rocket!

Vivid Dreams/Lucid Dreaming

As your pineal gland regulates your sleep cycles, you will find that you sleep much better and that your dreams are more vivid and you dream lucidly. This means that you will feel that you control your dreams and are able to realise your true infinite self and the endless possibilities that exist in the dream state. Furthermore, you will realise that this dreamworld is the same as the “real world” that we live in, i.e. the fact that we have infinite possibilities and are each masters of our own universe.

Astral Travel/Astral Projection

When our pineal gland/third eye is connected to this plane of existence where time and space doesn’t exist, your soul is able to transcend its physical body and astral travel across time and across space. It has the ability to go anywhere in the universe and to anytime in the universe.

Many people believe that when we dream we are actually astral travelling, and with a fully activated pineal gland/awakened third eye we are able to astral travel while in the awakened state, i.e. when we are meditating.


With an activated pineal gland/third eye, you are constantly connected to the plane of existence where our souls reside. Here there is no time or space, just infinite love and truth – everything that has happened and will ever happen all exists in this plane of existence. With a connection to it, you will find that your imagination and creativity are super charged and are able to find solutions to problems easily, because the solution to all problems already exists in that place. Along with the ability to have vivid dreams and lucid dreaming, this will put spark your imagination to a whole new level.

For more information on how to decalcify and detox your pineal gland, check out the How to decalcify the Pineal Gland page.

For information on how to activate your pineal gland/third eye, check out the How to activate the Pineal Gland page."


Awaken Your Third Eye. Awaken your Pineal Gland.

"The Third Eye is directly related to the 6th chakra — the psychic chakra, located on the middle of the forehead above the brows. It is closely associated with the “pineal” gland. The pineal gland is dormant in most people, as is the true Third Eye.

French Philosopher Rene Descartes believed the pineal gland to be “the seat of the soul” where mind and body met.

In the average person, the pineal gland is atrophied, [calcified] and dormant. The following exercise will change that.

Please read this thoroughly, as much of the exercises I write of are very advanced and can cause problems if one does not do them correctly.

The pineal gland is like a pea in size; like a shriveled raisin in most people where it remains dormant.

Opening the pineal gland/3rd eye:

This is done with a specific tone and chant. You only need to do this exercise for 3 days, afterwards, it is permanent.

The mantra to be used is “Thoh,” pronounced “TOE.”

It must be within the correct vibration.

Not deep, not high pitched, inbetween, like alto range.

You will feel it when you hit the correct tone. So play around and don’t second guess yourself. When you think you’ve got it, you probably do.

1. Sit with your back straight.

2. Breathe in through your nose and hold your breath as long as is comfortable.

Open your jaws so there is a small space between your top and bottom teeth.

Place the tip of your tongue between the space of your slightly parted teeth.

3. Put a very light pressure onto the tongue with your teeth.

This is like the same process of saying the “TH” part of the English word “the.”

Once your tongue is in position, release your breath slowly through your mouth, saying T-H-H-O-H-H in one long exhale.

Say the word one time per exhale. Your tongue will be vibrating between your teeth.

You should feel the air moving past your tongue and teeth.

If this technique is done properly, you will feel a pressure or sensation in your jaw and cheeks. The tone will also vibrate in your third eye.

It may take a few seconds to adjust this, don’t worry, just keep going.

4. Do the above 5 times in a row.

5. It is very important the above exercise be done for 3 consecutive days, 24 hours apart. Then it is a done deal.


1. One of the first experiences is a headache or pressure in the center of the forehead. This sensation may also feel like it is originating from within, usually an inch or more beneath the surface of the forehead. This is a positive indication the pineal gland is awakening and beginning to function in a healthy manner.

*Some people can experience a migrane lasting several hours, so to be safe it is recommended that you try this in the evening when you do not have work to do. The severity of the side effects will depend on how atrophied/calcified your pineal gland is to begin with.

2. After the occurence of headache or pressure in the forehead, you may wake up one morning with a throbbing or tingling sensation in your forehead; it may feel like a goosebump.

The feeling may be very intense, like something is there. The sensation of pulsing or throbbing will continue throughout the day, and you may “hear” sounds coming from within your head, such as light popping or crackling sensations.

These are the final phisiological events you may experience after opening up your third eye.
It indicates your pineal gland is awakened, functioning and alive.


You may experience any or all of these to varying degrees:

Faster, easier learning and retention

Marked increase in intuition

Increased creativity

Psychic gifts develop and become markedly stronger, along with more developed ability to see or sense human auras

Clairvoyance (psychic vision) opens up

Clairaudience (psychic hearing) opens up

Clairsentience (psychic feeling/touching) opens up

This is a very powerful exercise, and as with all powerful practices, your body may go through discomfort in order to adapt."


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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Listen to Spirit. Awaken to your CALLING. Stop letting "humans' get in the way of your relationship with GOD / Goddess

Awaken to who you
Know you Are.

why ARE you waiting
for the permission of society,
relatives, humans, for what
you know God is Calling you To?

Saturday, June 14, 2014

the Crystal Cox Case sets the BAR. EXPOSE them Folks, start a blog and EXPOSE corrupt CEO's, Attorneys, Law Firms. You are the NEWS.

"The win in the Superior Court of Mendocino County, California, by Sean Kelly comes just a few months after a major federal victory by another blogger. Crystal Cox ran into trouble when she blogged that attorney Kevin Padrick of Obsidian Finance Group had committed tax fraud in his responsibilities as a bankruptcy trustee by failing to pay $174,000. Padrick sued for defamation.

But in January the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in Obsidian Finance Group, LLC vs Cox that bloggers were actually entitled to the same free speech protection from libel suits as traditional journalists.

The ruling now sets the bar even higher in suing a blogger or an online journalist for defamation unless it can be shown that the blogger knowingly had malice in writing and posting publicly. Courts note that they are supportive of bloggers, even when they are unpaid and untrained amateurs, particularly in matters of public, business and consumer interests.

A few months later, those blogger and online reporter protections have now been articulated for the franchise industry by a California court on behalf of a professional franchise news blogger, Sean Kelly."

Source and full article

Friday, June 6, 2014

You are NOT accountable to your Audience, your Congregation to man, to women; NO Excuses; You are accountable to the HOLY Spirit, not to the Opinions of God's People.

YOU are Accountable to Spirit; to God; to the Holy Spirit. And this is Between YOU and SPIRIT. ~ Woman Spiritual Leaders in the Ministry, daughter of Billy Graham

you are NOT of this WORLD, nor do you answer to those of this world.

"Hope is a STATE of MIND independent of the state of the world" ~ William Sloane Coffin.

"William Sloane Coffin Sermon Archive Project. It is truly a labor of love (a lot of labor; a lot of love) to digitally “Save Bill’s Voice.” Delivered from the Riverside Church pulpit over his ten years as senior minister, there are over 300 sermons in need of archiving to a digital format.

It is my intention to transfer all of the sermons (and any other sermons I can find from around the country) from the deteriorating cassette tapes that are currently their home, not only to be made available on this website, but also to be stored with his papers at Yale University's Sterling Library.  These digitized sermons could provide an enduring and invaluable resource for scholars, divinity school students, religious leaders and socially engaged activists around the world.

"I think this is a good investment for history, for culture, for religion, for the pure pleasure of hearing Bill's voice and his well chosen words. I think the idea of supporting David's initiative is terrific. I have contributed, and one doesn't have to be religious to enjoy and appreciate the content of the sermons, each of which  usually contains a lesson in morality, or politics, or justice....." Cora Weiss"

Source and Sermons

"William Sloane Coffin, Jr. (June 1, 1924 – April 12, 2006) was an American Christian clergyman and long-time peace activist. He was ordained in the Presbyterian church and later received ministerial standing in the United Church of Christ. In his younger days he was an athlete, a talented pianist, a CIA agent, and later chaplain of Yale University, where the influence of Reinhold Niebuhr's social philosophy led him to become a leader in the civil rights and peace movements of the 1960s and 1970s. He also was a member of the secret society Skull and Bones. He went on to serve as Senior Minister at the Riverside Church in New York City and President of SANE/Freeze (now Peace Action), the nation's largest peace and justice group, and prominently opposed United States military interventions in conflicts such as the Vietnam War to the Iraq War. He was also an ardent supporter of gay rights."

Spirituality means to me living the ordinary life extraordinarily well. 
As the old-church father said, 'The glory of God is a human being fully alive.” 
― William Sloane Coffin

"Not about Peace, but about JUSTICE"

“Love measures our stature: the more we love, the bigger we are. 
There is no smaller package in all the world than that of a man all wrapped up in himself.” 
― William Sloane Coffin

It Takes Conviction.. 
..accepting Unpleasant TRUTH

“Fear destroys intimacy. It distances us from each other; or makes us cling to each other, which is the death of freedom.... Only love can create intimacy, and freedom too, for when all hearts are one, nothing else has to be one--neither clothes nor age; neither sex nor sexual preference; race nor mind-set.” 
― William Sloane Coffin

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Saint Jude ~ the Image of Edessa was a holy relic consisting of a square or rectangle of cloth upon which a miraculous image of the face of Jesus was imprinted

"Judas Iscariot was, according to the New Testament, one of the twelve original apostles of Jesus Christ."

"For Thaddeus of Edessa also known as Addai / Mar Addai, see Thaddeus of Edessa
Saint Jude the Apostle.  Jude was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. 

He is generally identified with Thaddeus, and is also variously called Jude of James, Jude Thaddaeus, Judas Thaddaeus or Lebbaeus. He is sometimes identified with Jude, "brother of Jesus", but is clearly distinguished from Judas Iscariot, another apostle who betrayed Jesus prior to his crucifixion.

The Armenian Apostolic Church honors Thaddeus along with Saint Bartholomew as its patron saints. In the Roman Catholic Church, he is the patron saint of desperate cases and lost causes.

Saint Jude's attribute is a club. He is also often shown in icons with a flame around his head. This represents his presence at Pentecost, when he received the Holy Spirit with the other apostles. Another common attribute is Jude holding an image of Jesus Christ, in the image of Edessa. In some instances, he may be shown with a scroll or a book (the Epistle of Jude) or holding a carpenter's rule."


"According to Christian tradition, the Image of Edessa was a holy relic consisting of a square or rectangle of cloth upon which a miraculous image of the face of Jesus was imprinted — the first icon ("image"). In Eastern Orthodoxy, and often in English, the image is known as the Mandylion.

According to the legend, King Abgar of Edessa wrote to Jesus, asking him to come cure him of an illness. Abgar received a reply letter from Jesus, declining the invitation, but promising a future visit by one of his disciples. This legend was first recorded in the early 4th century by Eusebius of Caesarea,[1] who said that he had transcribed and translated the actual letter in the Syriac chancery documents of the king of Edessa, but who makes no mention of an image.[2] Instead, the apostle "Thaddaeus" is said to have come to Edessa, bearing the words of Jesus, by the virtues of which the king was miraculously healed.

The report of an image, which accrued to the legendarium of Abgar, first appears in the Syriac work, the Doctrine of Addai: according to it, the messenger, here called Ananias, was also a painter, and he painted the portrait, which was brought back to Edessa and conserved in the royal palace.[3]

The first record of the existence of a physical image in the ancient city of Edessa (now Urfa) was in Evagrius Scholasticus, writing about 593, who reports a portrait of Christ, of divine origin (θεότευκτος), which effected the miraculous aid in the defence of Edessa against the Persians in 544.[4] The image was moved to Constantinople in the 10th century. The cloth disappeared from Constantinople during the Sack of Constantinople in 1204, during the Fourth Crusade, and by some believed to be reappearing as a relic in King Louis IX of France's Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. This relic disappeared in the French Revolution.[5]

The vicissitudes of the Edessa letter between the 1st century and its location in his own time are not reported by Eusebius. The materials, according to the scholar Robert Eisenman, "are very widespread in the Syriac sources with so many multiple developments and divergences that it is hard to believe they could all be based on Eusebius' poor efforts" (Eisenman 1997:862).

The Eastern Orthodox Church have a feast of this icon on August 16 (August 29 in N.S.), which commemorates its translation from Edessa to Constantinople."


Feminists in History; Bringing Back Goddess Church

"Adams, Abigail (1744-1818). Adams was a prolific writer, patriot, abolitionist, and early feminist. In her famous correspondence to her husband, she spoke eloquently against slavery, many years before the abolitionist movement, and on behalf of women.

Anthony, Susan B. 1820-1906. American suffragist. Anthony worked tirelessly for the woman suffrage movement. She lectured on women's rights and organized a series of state and national conventions on the issue. She collected signatures for a petition to grant women the right to vote and to own property.

During the Civil War Anthony worked toward the emancipation of the slaves. In 1863 she helped form the Women's Loyal League, which supported U.S. president Abraham Lincoln's policies. She registered to vote in Rochester, New York, on November 1, 1872. Four days later, she and fifteen other women voted in the presidential election. All sixteen women were arrested three weeks later, but only Anthony was brought before a court. Between 1881 and 1886, she and Stanton published three volumes of the History of Woman Suffrage, a collection of writings about the movement's struggle.

Black, Clementina (1850's-1923). Social reformer and writer. Born in England. Worked to improve social and industrial conditions for women and girls in England through militant unionism. Wrote `Sweated Labor and the Minimum Wage' (1907) and `Married Women's Work' (1915)

Blackwell, Elizabeth (3/3/1821-5/31/1910). America's first woman doctor, was admitted to New York's Geneva College as a joke in 1847. She overcame taunts and prejudice while at medical school to earn her degree in 1849, graduating at the top of her class. After American hospitals refused to hire her, she opened a clinic in New York City where she was joined by her sister Dr. Emily Blackwell and Dr. Marie E. Zakrzewska.

Bloomer, Amelia Jenks (1818-94). Social reformer. Born in Homer, N.Y. Active as speaker and writer for women's rights. Editor of the Lily, which was believed to be the first newspaper edited entirely by a woman. Involved in dress reform through her defense of pantaloons, which came to be called "bloomers."

Casgrain, Marie Therese Forget (1896-1981) A canadian feminist who led the fight to obtain full sufferage for women, she was also the president of Quebec League for Women's Rights from 1929-1948.

Catt, Carrie Chapman (1859-1947). American woman suffrage leader, born in Ripon, Wisconsin, and educated at the State College of Iowa. She was an organizer and lecturer for the woman suffrage movement. She was president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association from 1900 to 1904 and of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, which she helped to organize, from 1904 to 1923.

She was reelected president of the national association in 1915, retaining this post until her death. Catt's campaign achieved success in 1920, when all American women won the right to vote. In the same year she participated in founding the National League of Women Voters. In the 1920s and '30s, Catt was active in the cause of international peace, serving as head of the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War from 1925 to 1932.

Chicago, Judy (born 1939). Artist. Born Judy Cohen in Chicago, IL. She helped found the Feminist Studio Workshop in Los Angeles. Most famous for the unusual, large exhibition called `The Dinner Party' in the late 1970s.

Chopin, Kate (1851-1904). Writer. Born in St. Louis, Mo. Regular contributor of feminist short stories to literary journals. Her novel `The Awakening' (1899) shocked many people with its portrayal of a young woman's sexual and artistic longings.

Collins, Martha Layne (born 1963) Kentucky's first female governor and first woman to chair the National Conference of Lieutenant Governors.

Friedan, Betty (born 1921) Born in the U.S., a famous author and known feminist. She wrote the best-seller, "The Feminine Mystique" and challenged traditional roles of women. Cofounder and president of the National Organization for Women (from 1966-1977). She cofounded the First Women's Bank and convened International Feminist Congress in 1973.

Gilman, Charlotte (1860-1935) U.S. writer famous for her writings on feminism and labor. ("His Religion and Hers", "The Crux")

Ginsburg, Ruth (born 1933) Director of Women's Rights project of the American Civil Liberties Union and argued many cases before the Supreme Court. Was appointed ot the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993.

Murphy, Emily (1886-1933). A Canadian lawyer and writer. In 1916 helped establish the Women's Court to hear women's evidence in such cases as divorce or sexual assault. Became first woman magistrate in the British Empire.

O'Reily, Leonora (1870-1927) U.S. labor leader and reformer, born in the U.S. She led and organized factory reforms and unionized female factory garmet workers; founding member of NAACP; active in civil rights and women's sufferage movements.

Pankhurst, Emmeline (1858-1928). Suffragist. Born in England. Militant worker for women's suffrage in Manchester and London. In 1903 she and daughter formed the Women's Social and Political Union.

Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews (1875-1941) Born in the U.S.; sociologist and anthropologist. Her early writing concerned women's rights and she later became an advocate of human rights. She was the first woman elected president of American Anthropological Association.

Paul, Alice (1/11/1885-7/9/1977). Before leaving England, Paul was arrested seven times and jailed at least three for her suffragist activities. When she returned to the United States, Paul joined, then left the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA).

Thinking the NAWSA too mainstream, she founded the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (CUWS) in 1913. The CUWS later merged with the Woman's Party to form the National Woman's Party, of which Paul was the first chair. Until the Nineteenth Amendment was passed in 1919, and ratified in 1920, Paul was an ardent supporter of suffrage, and even met with President Woodrow Wilson to urge him to support suffrage. After the amendment was passed, Paul continued her feminist work. In 1923, she drafted the Equal Rights Amendment, and largely through her influence was able to get the ERA through Congress in 1970. The amendment later failed to be ratified by two-thirds of the states.

Sanger, Margaret (9/14/1883-9/6/1966). Birth control pioneer who first worked as a nurse, where she witnessed first-hand the health hazards of unwanted pregnancy. Her fifty year crusade to educate women about birth control resulted in numerous arrests on charges of obscenity and the founding of what was to become the Planned Parenthood Federation.

Sanger also published numerous pamphlets and magazines, among them Woman Rebel, a monthly magazine, Family Limitation, a pamphlet of contraceptive advice, and The Birth Control Review. Additionally, Sanger wrote several books, including Women, Morality and Birth Control; My Fight for Birth Control, and Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography.

Steinem, Gloria (born 1934). Writer and editor. Born in Toledo, Ohio. During the 1960s she appeared as a leader in the women's movement in the United States. In 1970 cofounded Ms., which grew to be a leading feminist magazine.

Truth, Sojourner (1797-1883). Born a slave in New York, Sojourner Turth was orginally called Isabella Van Wagner. She gained her freedom in 1827, after most of her thirteen children had been sold. She took the name "Sojourner Truth" in 1843 after having a vision. In 1836, Truth became the first Black to win a slander action against whites. At the 1851 Women's Convention in Akron, Ohio, her powerful "Ain't I a Woman" speech awed even detractors.

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady (11/12/1815-10/26/1902). Elizabeth Cady Stanton came to the women's right movement after being excluded from sessions during an anti-slavery convention because of her sex. She and Lucretia Mott decided that a women's rights convention was in order. Eight years later, in 1848, the first women's rights convention took place at Seneca Falls, New York.

It was there that, using the Declaration of Independence as a guide, the Declaration of Sentiments was written. Stanton, with Susan B. Anthony, organized the Women's Loyal National League to fight slavery (1863) and founded the National Woman Suffrage Association (1869) of which Stanton served as president. Stanton was also the co-editor of The Revolution, a weekly woman's suffrage paper published by Anthony, and author of The Woman's Bible (1895) and an autobiography, Eighty Years and More (1898).

Stone, Lucy (1818-93). American feminist and abolitionist, born in West Brookfield, Massachusetts, and educated at Oberlin College. Noted as a lecturer on woman suffrage and as an advocate of the abolition of slavery. A leader of the American Woman's Suffrage Association, she founded (1870) the Woman's Journal, the chief publication of the women's movement. Until her death she edited the journal, assisted by her husband, the American abolitionist Henry Blackwell. Stone created controversy by retaining her maiden name after her marriage as a symbol of a woman's right to individuality. Those who followed her example came to be known as Lucy Stoners.

Wollstonecraft, Mary (1759-97). Writer. Born in England. Work includes `Thoughts on the Education of Daughters' (1787), `The Female Reader' (1789), and `A Historical and Moral View of the Origins and Progress of the French Revolution' (1794). `A Vindication of the Rights of Women' (1792), which challenged Rousseau's ideas of female inferiority, is a classic of liberal feminism."

Pioneer Feminist Susan Gubar ~ "Judas: A Biography"

" Judas: A Biography, Indiana University Distinguished Professor of English Susan Gubar delves into how Judas became a symbol of the Jewish people.
In the book, Gubar analyzes how Judas personifies a composite Judeo-Christianity that illuminates ambivalent relationships between Christians and Jews -- as well as changing attitudes toward the body, blood and money; greed and hypocrisy; suicide and repentance; and homosexuality and divinity.
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Susan Gubar
A pioneering feminist and culture critic, Gubar is the author of the books Poetry After Auschwitz and Rooms of Our Own, and she is co-editor of The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women.
In the April 12 New York Times Sunday Book Review,Judas: A Biography was named to the Editors' Choice list.
"Each new book by Susan Gubar is a sort of literary event in its own right," said George Hutchinson, the Booth Tarkington Professor of Literary Studies and chair of the Department of English at IU. "This one certainly marks a new departure in her long list of accomplishments, but the others were new departures, as well. Her work is exemplary of the scholarly imagination at work on big issues that have shaped and been shaped by writers and artists in the western world."
Gubar said she was inspired to write the book while she was doing research for another book (Poetry After Auschwitz). "I encountered the view that Christian anti-Semitism generated the genocide in Germany," Gubar said. "Some Jewish studies scholars view Judas as nothing but the epitome of Christian anti-Semitism. Yet when I looked at Christian-authored scholarship and theology about Judas, the Twelfth Apostle was credited with facilitating the crucifixion but also the resurrection.
"There was much disagreement about who Judas was, what he did, why, and with what results," Gubar continued. "That enigma drew me to study the history of Judas from the four Gospel accounts in the New Testament through medieval legend, Renaissance painting, 19th-century poetry, and 20th-century fiction and film." Gubar's research and writing for her biography of Judas were supported in part by a New Frontiers in Arts and Humanities grant from IU's Office of the Vice Provost for Research.
Judas: A Biography
Among other suprises during her research, she found that the four authors of the Gospels disagree about Judas' character and fate. 
While Matthew describes his repentance and suicide, Luke believes he was possessed by Satan and died by bursting open with his bowels gushing out. Although Mark, Matthew and Luke mention a kiss of betrayal, John's Judas does not kiss Jesus at all, she found.
"I also found it surprising that the medieval pariah-Judas, who is faulted for every conceivable anal and oral crime, morphs in Renaissance paintings into Jesus' kindred spirit and soul mate. These contradictory portraits of Judas continue up to the present day," she said.
While part of Gubar's wish in writing the book is to help people of all religious backgrounds to understand how anti-Semitic stereotypes fuel violence against innocent people, she also believes that when we keep in mind that all of the players in the Passion are Jewish, Judas reflects humanity's concern with wrongdoing.
"Through Judas we understand our propensity for wrong-doing, vacillation and betrayal as well as our wish to disavow that capacity. Judas reflects humanity's disgust and self-disgust, our grief and nausea about our capacity for inflicting pain."
Gubar hopes that the book reaches a wide audience of "Jews as well as Christians, believers and non-believers, and especially those interested in the ways in which great paintings and great literary texts change our ideas about Judeo-Christianity. Indeed, Judas -- the only apostle to work with Jesus as well as with the Temple -- can be viewed as a figure of the hyphen that appears in the term 'Judeo-Christianity,'" she said.
"Judas is making a splash," said Hutchinson. "On the day the book was issued, I went to the bookstore to buy a copy and they were already sold out."
To read a New York Times Sunday Book Review of Judas: A Biography, see"

Monday, June 2, 2014

Marc Randazza, Las Vegas Attorney VIOLATES clients Rights and uses privileged information against his former client.

" Cox alleges that Randazza used privileged information he gained while acting as her attorney to harm her, paint her in a false light, sabotage her Ninth Circuit appeal, defame and discredit her, and cause her "massive and constant duress for 2 years and counting."[46]

"In Nevada, legal malpractice is premised upon an attorney-client relationship, a duty owed to the client by the attorney, breach of that duty, and the breach as proximate cause of the client's damages."[47]

However, even without an express contract, "[i]t is axiomatic that an attorney who undertakes representation of an individual owes duties to that individual, even if the individual never assented to the representation. Otherwise, an attorney could never face liability for unauthorized representation."[48]

Cox alleges that despite that fact that Marc Randazza "had no contract with Cox [and] had not committed to representation," he attempted to negotiate a case on her behalf, discouraged other attorneys from taking her case by representing that he was her attorney, and used information that he obtained during her initial case consultation against her after she declined his representation.[49]

Randazza argues that Cox's allegations that there was no assent to representation dooms Cox's claim because there is no attorney-client relationship upon which to base a malpractice claim.

This argument ignores the allegations that Randazza actually represented Cox in various ways and did so without her authorization. Taking the allegations in Cox's counterclaim as true, even absent an express contract, Randazza's actions could subject him to liability for unauthorized legal representation. Moreover, Cox's allegation that Randazza used attorney-client-privileged information obtained during an initial-case consultation to harm Cox's reputation is sufficient to state a legal malpractice claim. Randazza's request to dismiss Cox's fourth claim for legal malpractice is denied."


Proposed Amended Counter Claim;

Oh and YES Marc Randazza DID Violate my First Amendment Rights. He shut down blogs, facebook sites, took my search engine ranking, took domain names and wiped out blogs and more to SUPPRESS my speech, the TRUTH speaks for itself.

It is a Human Right, a Civil RIGHT to Mandate that ALL roads and paved surfaces be solar. We do not NEED gas or oil, or to pay WATTAGE Fees to corporate Greed. Electric Cars on Solar Roads. No asphalt, no Gas, no dependent on Electricity and Utility Company Mafias as we know it.

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Life is Free Will. Chill Folks, Breathe, Pray, Walk with Spirit. Stand Tall in YOU. Let you Be YOU no matter what anyone THINKS or Says.

Suicide as Law of Attraction. Change your THOUGHTS. Raise your Vibration.

Teal on Suicide

"In this episode, Teal explains that suicide is a topic which has been shrouded in stigma for hundreds of years. In our society today, suicide has become taboo because it is so tightly interwoven with the concept of sin.

Teal explains how the concept of suicide as a sin originated and then goes on to say that those who commit suicide DO NOT go to hell.

Suicide is the byproduct of the feeling of total powerlessness. It occurs when someone has focused negatively for so long or with such intensity, that they become cut off from the natural stream of well being which created their life in the first place (their higher self).

Teal explains that suicide could be accurately seen as pushing a re-set button. It is not a decision which is good or bad in and of it's self. Source (that which is often called God) does not condemn nor condone the decision. And nor should we... We can not say that suicide is wrong without also saying that death is wrong."

Trust Yourself. Know Yourself. Walk with Spirit.

Cell Towers Were NOT needed Long ago. Cell Towers are invasive, unhealthy and do not need to be. the Cube was Invented Long ago.

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