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Friday, 10 June 2016

Sovereignty On The Queen's Birthday And Sovereignty Unhindered

Another superb video from David Cammegh and also his article on what should be the reaAnother Sl point of this Referendum SOVEREIGNTY . I strongly recommend you read his article also.


With the up-coming EU referendum in Great Britain, there has been astonishingly little mention of sovereignty , and the fact that the handing of it over to any entity outside the nation is treason . So, let us have a look at this important subject from various angles so that we may better understand sovereignty, its significance and what it really means to hand it over to foreign entities, such as the EU. Now, our first experience of sovereignty is when we are about two years old. It is when we enter into what is known as the 'terrible twos'. The 'terrible twos' is when a child begins to say 'no'. And a child says 'no' because he is beginning to form a sense of his own identity and his own will - his own desire to make his own decisions as a separate individual, with power over his decisions. The child thus begins his first experience of sovereignty , or 'self-rule', which develops from then on. And so, we have the beginning of the very basic unit of society, which is the conscious, self-run, sovereign individual. This sense of self in astrology is represented by the Sun. Consider now yourself at this formative stage in your life, and ask yourself how you would have felt if someone attempted to usurp your self-rule. Yes, you would have been none too pleased to say the least - your good and natural instinct would have been to hold onto your sovereignty with all your might. After the individual, the next unit in society is the family. If the father is still around, he is the representative of the family, and is the focus of the family's sense of identity. He is therefore sovereign, or ruler, of the family. He is also represented in astrology by the Sun. Any attempts to undermine the family authority would in any good family cause resistance not just from the father, but also the mother and the children: no true family likes to be pushed around by outside forces - the family generally has the collective instinct represented by the father to retain its sovereignty at all costs.

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