Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81678 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69888 Sep 12, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I will say this only once, I do not ally with anyone and your remark about the Indians means nothing to me.
10/4! And for the record, I believe you know I would not insult you or anyone other than those you see me bash.

Though it probably does not matter to you Cherokee blood flows through these veins.

I lost a friend once because I made a statement concerning the treatment of native Americans. We were talking about people, races and who had been treated worse through history.

The conversation flowed well until I stated I felt the Native Americans had been treated worse than African Americans. As soon as those words escaped my lips my friend threw his lit cigarette on my floor, cussed me like a dog and stormed out of my house. He was my friend no more...My friend was a black man.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69889 Sep 12, 2012
I fell asleep during the news in my recliner and woke up 5 hours later. The nap was nice but the recliner got rather miserable after a while and has surely messed up my routine. LOL

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69892 Sep 12, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I am unsure what that word means and I was not insulted.
The White Buffalo Calf Woman. In my internet reading and broadening of my mind, I came across that while reading of sacred beings and rituals among Native Americans. Roughly about the time(a week or so ago} I started with the buffalo wisecracks.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69894 Sep 12, 2012
I have Cherokee blood also, but my primary heritage is Scotch-Irish which I can trace my ancestor's immigration back to 1711, some 65 years prior to the American Revolution.

I did spend some time in South Dakota where I became quite familiar with and admired the Lakota.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69895 Sep 12, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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Were you insulted when I said, you adore AfakeBeliever? I would have been.
I think you have called me "stubborn" before, but I prefer to think of it as independantly stong willed or strong minded. Most things typed on here is just laughable entertainment. My life goes on with or without this thread or the posters on here.

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69898 Sep 12, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I have Cherokee blood also, but my primary heritage is Scotch-Irish which I can trace my ancestor's immigration back to 1711, some 65 years prior to the American Revolution.
I did spend some time in South Dakota where I became quite familiar with and admired the Lakota.
Very interesting, my last name: Walker is a surname of English and Scottish origin.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69899 Sep 12, 2012
@Blue.. I read about the white buffalo calf and it is considered sacred to the Native Americans. I thought you were perhaps spelling the word incorrectly. Pleskwin without the "a" as in Pleskawin is essentially proxy server software.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69901 Sep 12, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
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Very interesting, my last name: Walker is a surname of English and Scottish origin.
The name given to me by the Lakota is "Honska Minope'(pronounced Men-o-pay) which translates to Tall Walker.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69906 Sep 12, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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You two silly F-ers are killing me. Ahahahahahah. This is some of the funniest schitt ever.
Ditto. Click.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#69907 Sep 12, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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I fibbed.(Men-o-pause)=Tall Wanker.
I did too. But you forgot to include the Honska. All you wrote was wanker. Wonder who that could be? I am too old to wank, lucky just to walk.

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69908 Sep 12, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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Way to go Bluewhiner, proxy server software. LMAFO. Mr. Google blows it out his arse again. I'm really out of here this time. You two silly F-ers are killing me. Ahahahahahah. This is some of the funniest schitt ever.
Hey s2pid you are blowing it out your a$$! While alleging That I am...AHAHAHAH ...The word as I posted it >>>> Pteskawin

It is correct! You are responding to a typo or a misspelling, or simply a question by AW as to him thinking I was misspelling it.

I can assure you, s2pid you, this is the correct spelling per my post.>>> Pteskawin

But this would also be correct>>>>Ptesanw i

And for you this is correct>>>>s2pid satanboy. In your attempts to discredit me, you discredit yourself...You s2pid s2pid satanboy.

Maybe you were set up again. Maybe people conspired to make you make yourself just look s2pid.

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69909 Sep 12, 2012
@UNA...White Buffalo Calf Woman,her name Ptesan Wi,sacred Lakota supernatural Woman who is believed to be a prophet,Divine messenger,or a messiah. She taught the Lakotas many rituals (7 Sacred Rituals),gave them gifts (such as the sacred pipe:the holiest worship symbol) and left them with a promise to return on the dawn of a new day. This channel is to honor this Blessed legacy and the the significance of preserving/uplifting the indigenous, Native American, and Lakota: cultures, traditions, languages and spirituality.

This is a short. I find it somewhat intriguing that they connect the word messiah and the number 7. The promise of a return and the dawn of a new day. Preserving, uplifting, spirituality. Many rituals.

Are the similarities not amazing?! I was way out in the sticks in Missouri 6 or eight years ago when I met a Native American. I cant remember what tribe he was from, and he talked of spirituality.

He told me that long ago a Jesus type figure came to and taught his people. I had a little pamphlet put out by the tribe. It has long since disappeared, but it was also very intriguing.

If memory serves me correctly, the info I read said this teacher came to his people roughly 2000 years ago...These were not new beliefs or teachings. These were ancient beliefs.

These parallels to the Jesus story in ancient Native beliefs are allegedly to be found in many tribes.

Coincidence??? You be the judge.

Since: Sep 11

Westmoreland, TN

#69910 Sep 12, 2012
lol wrote:
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Hey thats a nice Kawasaki ZX 11 1,100 cc.
Is it harder to ride than a two wheeler?
Here are some other examples of that same exact pic, same people standing around...Did you take it to the Coastline Car Classic, 2010 in California? michel l.?
http://www.google.com/search...
Naw its a 1400 cc Kaw.....

Since: Sep 11

Westmoreland, TN

#69911 Sep 12, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
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Duh der da da da der duuhhhh.
Your lack of creativity and cognition is really starting to dumb down our thread. STUDY UP!
Duhhhhhh..LMFAO....

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69912 Sep 12, 2012
He Walked the Americas - Evidence of Jesus by Native Americans

"And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd."
John 10:16
He Walked the Americas

Legends of the Pale Prophet from the Native Peoples of the Americas.

The legends that follow are the legends of the Healer. These legends were told by the fireside of a "saintly white teacher," who performed miracles with healing and control over the winds, waters, and other natural items. All describe his eyes as gray-green like the ocean and told stories of the future. His symbol has been woven into blankets, carved on canyon walls, put on pottery and danced in dances. His name has been given to mountains and rivers.

Though the stories are many and spread throughout the Americas, they are broken into bits and pieces, hard to follow and piece together into one tale. His name varied, most names were reflective of his control over the wind and water, as he would request each tribe to name Him as they wished, stating there was no value to a name.

Common to almost all:

*He was a white man with a beard
*He said He came from across the sea
*He would choose twelve "disciples"
*He spoke of His Father's Kingdom
*He wore a bright white garment with golden sandals
*He made references to the future
*He had control over the wind and all elements
*He had the ability to heal wounds
*His sign was the cross
*He taught love and peace
*He taught that good deeds were important
*He referred them to the Dawn Sta

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69913 Sep 12, 2012
**The Shawnee told the author that this came from the Prophet...."Do not kill or injure your neighbor, for it is not he that you injure; you injure yourself. Do good to him, thus adding to his days of happiness even as you then add to your own. Do not wrong or hate your neighbor; for it not he that you wrong: you wrong yourself. Rather love him, for the Great Spirit loves him, even as He loves you."

**I have heard the Cherokee story a couple times now about when the Prophet was with them. It was said that there were many tales, but most were as all the other nations. The one that was unique to the Cherokee was one in which the Healer was troubled by the events of the future. His twelve disciples (all tribes say he chose twelve for his special training!) were following him through the woods for fear any danger would come upon Him. At one point, the Healer came across a fawn that was lost in the woods. The Healer asked him where his mother was? The fawn turned his head and looked down a path. Not far away was the mother, the victim of a huge cat. She had given her life to save her young.

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The Healer knelt down beside the dead mother and started stroking the body. As His hand passed over the wounds, they healed up, leaving no marks. The deer then started breathing and rose. The disciples were upset at this and asked Him why he was wasting His energy on the animals. The Pale One said, "There cannot be too many good deeds. Such is the manner of compassion. A lost lamb is my Father's business, as important as saving a nation, if one need not choose between them. More precious in my Father's eyes is a good deed than the most exquisite jewel."

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**The "Algonquin of the Eastern Seaboard" tell they received their name for the Dawn Light from the Pale One. They wouldn't name the Prophet as He had asked them to do. They wanted to know what He was called where He grew up and He told them a name that was strange and hard to say. But they tried hard to say it: Chee-Zoos, God of the Dawn Light, basically the same as the Puants.

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69914 Sep 12, 2012
**The Chippewa remember very well the "pale Great Master." They tell He gave them medicine lodges where the signs and emblems are secret and taken from those across the ocean. And according to the author, they keep this secret to this day.

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**The Prophet was known to come across a Puant city in the now known area of Oklahoma. It was the Prophet's custom to always take their established temples and change them. He would chose the twelve to teach them the priesthood and then lectured the people. This was again done here as usual. But here, the people wanted to hear about his childhood. He told them he was born across the ocean where all men had beards. Even in the legends, he told them of his virgin birth and about the bright star that shone over his city of his birth. The heavens opened up and winged beings sang chants of exquisite beauty.

”When the University of Oklahoma was digging the Spiro Mound, they found mush pottery showing winged beings singing, and also the hand with the cross through the palm. To them, He was known as Chee-Zoos, the Dawn God, and they whisper of Him about the campfires when no white man can listen. To quote the book, "The love they bear Him is beyond measurement, for well they know He watches over them, and that when their journey here is over, He will meet them in the Land of Shadows, for such was His sacred promise.

“They smoke the Sacred Peace Pipe in His memory, and blow the smoke to the four directions (sign of the cross), knowing that to each man comes his retribution, no matter how flows the river of history. Thus in great pride walks the Red Man, even though now dire poverty stalks him and starvation or hunger sits at his table. In the mask like calm of his expression there smiles a secret satisfaction, a something which to puzzled white men is entirely beyond understanding."

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**They tell that He always wore a long white toga, with black crosses embroidered along the bottom, and had golden sandals...

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*It is said the hot springs of Tacobya mark the passage of the Healer. In a canyon nearby is the hand with the T cross in it, and near this the Great Cross. It is understood that He traveled to the Havasu, raising one arm in greeting meaning "Peace and Prosperity to you". He then stopped and tapped a large rock with his staff and water gushed out of it. He drank from this sacred water and today it is called the Spring of Tacobya.

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"Have you ever wondered about the cedar...every tribe revere it...high priests mix its shavings with the leaves of our tobacco? And why do we blow smoke across our bodies, when we are returning from the war trail? Is it not to ask His forgiveness, as was once taught by the Pale Prophet? Why do we plant these trees upon the Great Mound-those ancient histories of our cities? Was it not to warn all men that once He walked here; the Sacred One, the Miracle Worker?

"And the color of snow: among all the nations it stands for peace. Why is this so? Because He wore it, as he traveled from nation to nation He taught the people to live in peace and to speak in council, thus settling all their problems. This was His way and the way of His Father.

"Why do we raise our hands up in greeting? Because that was His sign, a tradition which we still follow.”

"Why do we use the Cross as a sacred symbol? Was it not because He wore it about the hem of His full white garment, and carried the sign on His two hands, those hands so gifted in healing?...In the Wisacoo Lodge and many others there are some who still know His secret language, but those things are being fast forgotten."

For more:

[link to www.wolflodge.org ]

Since: Sep 11

Westmoreland, TN

#69915 Sep 12, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
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Wait a minute, my post was to and about who it was posted to.
Time to start back paddling.....oh you already are...

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69916 Sep 12, 2012
UNA Don't say I never did anything for you. I hope you take the time to read this stuff. It is nothing short of very very interesting. If one could indeed research and verify these stories and beliefs came to be around 2000 years ago, would they not indeed have more evidence of the TRUTH?

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#69918 Sep 13, 2012
GOOD NIGHT! GOOD HOPES! GOOD PEOPLE. I'm out of here. Hopefully I get the GOOD phone call tomorrow.

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