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Legend of the Sword
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (06-21-2018 05:56 PM)
The first casualty of war is truth. Because the second casualty of war, is power.





It has to be built up again after you strike. Check the astrology for the coming months, especially Uranus in Taurus and Mars retrograde.

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this one too!

it is art. Chinese theatre art -- like their plays. the way the colors are arranged and put together in the movie -- it is a tapestry. colors and colors upon colors.

beautiful, truly beautiful movie
best fights!
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Law is the enemy of God.

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this is an awesome fight, too. the fight changes both characters personality for the better. it heals old pains inside of them.

no one dies, either.





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAdmYWWIPi0
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Lies, truth, composition, vision, weight.





You don't have to speak very often when you do so with Power. A tlatoani, a Revered Speaker, if you will, whose every word is jeweled.

A most sad star adorns the night's abyss!
An ill horn sounds in the Noble House!
The dead do not understand; hear, you living.
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As above, so below.





Why is the U.S. such a strange and warlike nation, you ask? It is pledged to the Red Queen, and follows said hypothesis.

https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2018/04/t...nally.html

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They have announced the Thing's finding.

https://www.thelocal.se/20181004/eight-y...-from-lake

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I am just completely blown away. It was found months ago, on the day of a World Cup game, perhaps when Sweden played Mexico. Wow.

Omgsign

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chuckle
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It comes in the night. Julio Castellanos, "The Thieving Angels".

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The dead do not understand; hear, you living.
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And it is inescapable.. because you have been waiting for it all your life. Will probably run to the fire rather than away.

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https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_...hers32.htm

A most sad star adorns the night's abyss!
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Aquaman is also named Arthur, but he has an even more relevant trident. Movie is quite an invitation to expound.




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The dead do not understand; hear, you living.
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Lest I forget.. came upon this image in a significant way quite recently, it's from Hellboy, the Wild Hunt.

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Arthur is crowned after the red queen is defeated (that's her three-raven crown clanging down to the floor), so being part of a much larger story is also an option. One looks at the story he finds most relevant, a nation sees themselves as a stellar player, but perhaps the reigning master is another, and a lot of the bit players come out of the woodwork just to say their lines and depart. Much hope has been spent already.

A most sad star adorns the night's abyss!
An ill horn sounds in the Noble House!
The dead do not understand; hear, you living.
-Chilam Balam-
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (12-18-2018 05:14 AM)
Lest I forget.. came upon this image in a significant way quite recently, it's from Hellboy, the Wild Hunt.

link to image: https://i.pinimg.com/736x/32/5b/ff/325bf...-style.jpg

Arthur is crowned after the red queen is defeated (that's her three-raven crown clanging down to the floor), so being part of a much larger story is also an option. One looks at the story he finds most relevant, a nation sees themselves as a stellar player, but perhaps the reigning master is another, and a lot of the bit players come out of the woodwork just to say their lines and depart. Much hope has been spent already.

It's pretty simple really. I'll just do a couple of things, then bam..she's dead.
Woulda done it a long time ago, but I like to suffer. Still do..but I need my sister back to take care of her son.
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And it should clearly be noted.. the point is the thunder in the stone, the electric differential, so it can easily be a divinized tomahawk.

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A most sad star adorns the night's abyss!
An ill horn sounds in the Noble House!
The dead do not understand; hear, you living.
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (05-25-2018 07:33 PM)
That is the title of a Guy Ritchie movie that came out last year, watched it in the middle of the summer and was deeply impressed. Plot summary is that King Arthur's rise had everything to do with magic, and thus initiation, Dark Towers, buried lands, and berserker power. Main bad guy, when he's really feeling up to it, looks like this:

Notice the Ammon horns. And when he's not quite that bold, he's Jude Law, seducer and whimperer extraordinaire, just catch him in Anna Karenina sometime, or Closer. Anyway.. Arthur, after being snatched from his family, raised in a brothel where he acquires a variety of tastes and powers, and then chosen for his power with the sword, is embroiled in a battle he only begins to understand, by a lot of people with truly dodgy backgrounds. He fights pterodactyls, btw.

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And this nasty obsidian blade is the actual thing he uses.

Well, I confuse myself, because the literary version takes place in England, but the real head-chopping, dragon-smashing, skull-bursting action takes place in many lands, mostly in Mesoamerica. You can read the Hellboy Blood Queen arch if you're interested, the guy who does K.A. is a little dude in an inn who plays only the mythical role, and the guy who does the Thing is a lot wilder than such a trobadour fantasy.

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But there are some roots in Catalonia, land of Montserrat and the Reapers. It will make sense once the observer takes the plunge.

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Tyr - god of war and justice. jaws of the wolf...

It should be noted that, from the Germanic point of view, there is no contradiction between the concepts ‘god of War’ and ‘god of Law.’ War is in fact not only the bloody mingling of combat, but no less a decision obtained between the two combatants and secured by precise rules of law. That is why the day and place of battle are frequently fixed in advance… So is explained, also, how combat between two armies can be replaced by a legal duel, in which the gods grant victory to the party whose right they recognize. Words like Schwertding [“the meeting of swords,” a kenning for battle], or Old Norse vápndómr [“judgment of arms”] are not poetic figures, but correspond exactly to ancient practice.[9]

Furthermore, the law could be used to gain victory over an opponent just like war could, which made the legal assembly a metaphorical battle.[10]

The Norse/Germanic war gods can be distinguished by – among other things – the fact that each are connected to a particular aspect of war. Thor, for example, is involved in the brute physical combat; Odin in the magical and psychological forces at work; and Tyr in the legal decisions and principles of justice surrounding war.
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Tyr
“Tyr and Fenrir” by John Bauer (1911)

Tyr (pronounced like the English word “tier”; Old Norse Týr, Old English Tiw, Old High German *Ziu, Gothic Tyz, Proto-Germanic *Tiwaz, “god”[1][2]) is a Norse war god, but also the god who, more than any other, presides over matters of law and justice. His role in the surviving Viking Age myths is relatively slight, and his status in the later part of the Viking Age may have been correspondingly minor. But this wasn’t always the case. Other kinds of evidence show us that Tyr was once one of the most important gods to the Norse and other Germanic peoples.

War, Law, and Justice

Tyr’s role as one of the principal war gods of the Norse, along with Odin and Thor, is well-attested in sources from the Viking Age and earlier. For example, in the Sigrdrífumál, one of the poems in the Poetic Edda, the valkyrie Sigrdrifa instructs the human hero Sigurd to invoke Tyr for victory in battle.[3] Another Eddic poem, the Lokasenna, corroborates this picture by having Loki insult Tyr by saying that he could only stir people to strife, and could never reconcile them.[4]

Some centuries earlier, the Romans identified Tyr with Mars, their own principal war god. This connection survives in the modern English “Tuesday,” from Old English “Day of Tiw (Tyr)” (Tiwesdæg), which was in turn based on the Latin Dies Martis, “Day of Mars.”[5] (The Romans’ identification of Tyr with Mars also reinforces the point that he was quite a significant god; otherwise they surely wouldn’t have identified him with one of their own major gods.)

But Tyr is far from only a war god. In fact, his primary role seems to be that of an upholder of law and justice. Those Roman inscriptions to him as “Mars,” for example, sometimes invoke him as Mars Thincsus – that is, Mars of the Þing, the ancient Germanic legal assembly.[6]

But the most compelling evidence for Tyr’s role as divine jurist – and a heroic one at that – comes from the tale of The Binding of Fenrir, the only surviving myth to feature Tyr prominently. The dreadful wolf Fenrir was only a pup, but he was growing quickly. The gods feared for their lives, so they endeavored to tie up Fenrir in fetters from which he couldn’t escape. When Fenrir laid eyes on the chain that would eventually bind him, he was suspicious, and declared that he would only allow the gods to put it around him if one of them would stick an arm in his mouth as a pledge of good faith. Only Tyr was willing to do so. When the wolf found himself unable to break free, he bit off Tyr’s arm.

Tyrosine....

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingred...7/tyrosine

Tuesday.




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