Hail New Hampshire!

So we know what's going on with all the "States" posts. I'd like to give a brief recap. Earlier this year a group called the New Apostolic Reformation setup a website to serve as a landing page for their DC40 Prayer Initiative. On the 28th of July, The Wild Hunt, did a post on their plans for this movement.

Basically Dominionism, is a group whose desire is to change the current systems in the US from what we have today into something more based on the Christian Bible. A group of us on Facebook decided to join forces and we created the "Hail Columbia" movement. This was an idea to send our positive energies to the Goddess Columbia who the NAR have dubbed a demonic idol. When it was out that we had picked up the challenge of the DC-40 Prayer Initiative, a message was sent to Pagans. The Wild Hunt covered presented this. With in this group a subset decided that we should direct the negative energy that NAR is sending out with a mirrored trip around the US sending positive energy to each state a day before their rallies. That is what you're seeing today. The post today is directed at the next victim of the NAR. If you'd like to join the discussion, head over to our Facebook group "What Makes Your State Great" and as always I get my facts from 50states.com.

HAIL New Hamphire!

Of the thirteen original colonies, New Hampshire was the first to declare its independence from Mother England -- a full six months before the Declaration of Independence was signed.New Hampshire's present constitution was adopted in 1784; it is the second oldest in the country.

Daniel Webster was a politician and statesman, born at Franklin in 1782.

He was known in his day as a mighty orator, a reputation preserved in the Stephen Vincent Benet story The Devil and Daniel Webster, in which he beats the original lawyer, Lucifer, in a contract case over a man's soul.

America's Stonehenge is a 4000 year old megalithic (stone constructed) site located on Mystery Hill in Salem and presently serves as a leisurely, educational tour for the whole family.

The original inhabitants of New Hampshire are:

The Abenaki tribe
The Pennacook tribe

Until we learn from our past we are destined to repeat it. Take a moment to stop and appreciate life around you. The differences that we have make us very much alike. Over this trip I've found several bits of music that really move me. I want to share one with you now.

Sending love and protection to the great state of New Hampshire!

Namaste & Blessed Be


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