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Old 03-25-2014, 06:12 PM
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When the space needle was on the start page on my new lap top I wondered why there? So, I was thinking, this must be some kind of message and Washington DC came to mind.

Sort of reminded me of the Washington Memorial, another dedicated memorial. So, thinking about what has been reported about the space needle, I had the thought that this, too, had some dedicated meaning. It might be about the World's Fair and what was also introduced there and then. 1962?

Someone posted about the headlines of O's comments about fear about a bomb in Manhattan. On Drudge there was a picture of the One World Freedom Tower with the spire on top and that is more that a little mind numbing...sort of like a needle? I hate shots.

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Old 03-25-2014, 06:18 PM
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Can you imagine what Denver must be like? Or Chicago?
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Old 03-26-2014, 08:51 AM
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I was also, thinking about D.C. as well.
For sure we will see...what tower it will be.
Jesus is our strong tower...just wondering that my dream might not even be the physical state of Wa. ...could be the government tower?
Doesn't that state have something to do with George Washington? I read something about that but can't remember what he did there.
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http://www.halcyon.com/arborhts/chiefsea.html

The link above is to the original speech given by Chief Sealth (Seattle) as he handed over the land to the white government. Some people thought it was a strange sort of Native American 'blessing,' but if you are spiritually discerning you realize it is a pronouncement of a curse upon the land and the people.

I have lived in the Seattle area for nearly thirty years. I can tell you that the coastal tribes, and those of the inner sound area, were terrorized by cannibalistic tribes from the North. They would come down the coast, and inland following some of the rivers, in large black boats searching for people to abduct. There are areas, usually in the woods and around water, that are especially 'heavy' spiritually. This region needs a mighty true move of the Holy Spirit.

Hopefully, and prayerfully, there will be an outpouring of the Holy Spirit and repentance in this area. Unfortunately, it may take some kind of major disaster to get people's attention. Many of the churches in the region are 'mega-churches' and are basically a group therapy session of "I'm O.K.-you're O.K." God help us...
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Old 05-06-2014, 12:33 PM
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Well, now the Indians by way of certain spokesmen that are savvy with American politics have said, Welcome to the reservation.

Have we done any less than make an indigenous people go into a ghetto? Yes, I have had it taught the idea of manifest destiny that pushed the Indians if it could, into extinction, but it did not, yet these suffered greatly under the new regime.

As for Christianity, can it really be taught at the end of a cannon? Unfortunately, true Christians lost their lives, as did the indigenous people, and although that happened I sense that they wait for rectification...that will only happen in Christ, one by one.

It's hard to admit that America has had the high road presented, but continually taken the low road. The voice of the prophets have been ignored, compassion thrown away as a rag, and wisdom replace with religiousity of state.
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Well, now the Indians by way of certain spokesmen that are savvy with American politics have said, Welcome to the reservation.

Have we done any less than make an indigenous people go into a ghetto? Yes, I have had it taught the idea of manifest destiny that pushed the Indians if it could, into extinction, but it did not, yet these suffered greatly under the new regime.

As for Christianity, can it really be taught at the end of a cannon? Unfortunately, true Christians lost their lives, as did the indigenous people, and although that happened I sense that they wait for rectification...that will only happen in Christ, one by one.

It's hard to admit that America has had the high road presented, but continually taken the low road. The voice of the prophets have been ignored, compassion thrown away as a rag, and wisdom replace with religiousity of state.
You make some very good points. Christianity was often forced upon the native Americans from the barrel of a gun. Some of the greatest atrocities in American history were commited against the natives - the stories we never hear about. I understand that not all tribes were friendly and peaceful people, often committing horrendous crimes against settlers themselves, but the majority of the natives were very civil and friendly and wanted nothing more than to be left alone.

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I think the cannibalism of the HEATHENS is being overlooked here.

I believe that GOD sent Columbus to this country because of MANY of the vile practices going on in some of the tribes.

Was their collateral damage and did the "white" man go to far...yes.

But just like when the Hebrew children were taken off to Babylon..it was in GOD'S plan for THEIR souls.

Let us not forget that NOTHING happens without GOD being aware of it.


Just like Babylon of old, we will (this nation) pay for our sins to the Native Americans and to the slaves. Maybe we are reaping now. But in our zealousness the "white" man did in fact bring Christianity to this country.

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The 1913 Handbook of Indians of Canada (reprinting 1907 material from the Bureau of American Ethnology), claims that North American natives practicing cannibalism included "... the Montagnais, and some of the tribes of Maine; the Algonkin, Armouchiquois, Iroquois, and Micmac; farther west the Assiniboine, Cree, Foxes, Chippewa, Miami, Ottawa, Kickapoo, Illinois, Sioux, and Winnebago; in the South the people who built the mounds in Florida, and the Tonkawa, Attacapa, Karankawa, Caddo, and Comanche (?); in the Northwest and West, portions of the continent, the Thlingchadinneh and other Athapascan tribes, the Tlingit, Heiltsuk, Kwakiutl, Tsimshian, Nootka, Siksika, some of the Californian tribes, and the Ute. There is also a tradition of the practice among the Hopi, and mentions of the custom among other tribes of New Mexico and Arizona. The Mohawk, and the Attacapa, Tonkawa, and other Texas tribes were known to their neighbours as 'man-eaters.'"[69] The forms of cannibalism described included both resorting to human flesh during famines and ritual cannibalism, the latter usually consisting of eating a small portion of an enemy warrior.

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http://ancientfoods.wordpress.com/20...merican-tribe/

Coprolite, fossilized human ***** matter, was discovered at the site that tested positive for human DNA – making the discovery one of the more convincing findings pointing toward cannibalism.
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Old 05-06-2014, 04:47 PM
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I think the cannibalism of the HEATHENS is being overlooked here.

I believe that GOD sent Columbus to this country because of MANY of the vile practices going on in some of the tribes.

Was their collateral damage and did the "white" man go to far...yes.

But just like when the Hebrew children were taken off to Babylon..it was in GOD'S plan for THEIR souls.

Let us not forget that NOTHING happens without GOD being aware of it.


Just like Babylon of old, we will (this nation) pay for our sins to the Native Americans and to the slaves. Maybe we are reaping now. But in our zealousness the "white" man did in fact bring Christianity to this country.
I hear that at the bottom of every Totem Pole (legitimate ones, not modern ones) there are the bones of a very small girl. They would throw a live almost baby girl into the bottom of a dug hole and then drop the pole on top of her, crushing her, before completely filling in the hole to support the Totem pole. Perhaps someone can verify that , but if that is true, that is one of a number of demonically inspired practices that many of the original inhabitants of the land took part in. Just sayin.
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Old 05-10-2014, 01:19 PM
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I think what I had in mind is related to "government" intervention that oversteps...

The reservation is a proverbial phrase that even the now politicals use as a euphemism...welcome to the reservation.

I know that there is a violent history in all histories of all peoples...that is why we need Christ. The government of the wild west and the range is much different then that what has been done in the name of good. Not all the military, militia, governing bodies, did good, some did bad, chose bad... to further their ungodly quest for power and money, or gold, or whatever they quested for...sex?

My thought was not on the totems, and the religion of Indians, but a parallel of what happened to them is also happening now...we have the blood of babies on our hands as a culture, not different from the next step, cannabilism. So, although we would choose to think in terms of exceptionalism...we fall short.

I have always said this: Jesus is not a Republican, and God not an American.

We have had the most incredible ideal of freedom in the entire world...that is what we believe and have been taught, so it is difficult for many to understand that there is an undercurrent. It flows around the world. It is the Babylon river of iniquity that is finishing it's goal in America. Does America have a chance? Well, does America want to bow to the Lord? I don't think so.
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I thought of this thread when I read this article.

Oba plans whirlwind trip to Seattle

Don't know why the two came together so quickly in my mind but they did.
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