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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 14:55 #41

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jonb wrote:
The reason the system is endeavouring to remove the indigenous folk is to create more compliant slaves, I am not surprised some of these slaves feel they are being used. However neither the leaders or the imported slave labour is part of my frith.

"Frith" means freedom from molestation, protection; safety, and/or 'security'.
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 15:07 #42

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hmm frith means alot more than that, i think i got the cut of his jib.
He who is without oil shall throw the first rod.
- Compressions 13.3:1
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 15:09 #43

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It also covers who I extend that protection to or are outside of it.

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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 15:22 #44

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jonb wrote:
Your quite opinionated about a thing you tell me I should not look at because it is entirely false, are you not?

If you understood the fact of the matter you would not even raise the question.
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 15:35 #45

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No my question does look quite rhetorical doesn't it.
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 16:35 #46

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novum wrote:
hmm frith means alot more than that, i think i got the cut of his jib.

My bad and apologies jonb.
A day without learning is a day wasted.
Just found the Asatru/Odinism definition of 'Frith' not the Old English definition I gave.
You're right Nov it is far broader than my Old English definition which probably comes from a Norse root anyhoo.
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 16:37 #47

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jonb wrote:
The reason the system is endeavouring to remove the indigenous folk is to create more compliant slaves, I am not surprised some of these slaves feel they are being used. However neither the leaders or the imported slave labour is part of my frith.

I dare say it is not. In actual fact it is the other way around, you are a part of it. And to all intent and purpose the part cannot be greater than the whole.
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 16:39 #48

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jonb wrote:
No my question does look quite rhetorical doesn't it.
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It can look anyhow you like after all it is in your mind, nobody else's.
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 18:04 #49

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Not quite at dawn yet.

But it will come
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The Benefit Scrounger 30 Jul 2017 18:41 #50

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jonb wrote:
Not quite at dawn yet.

But it will come

All this is, is all that was, is all that will soon come to be. There is nothing new under the sun.
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The Benefit Scrounger 05 Aug 2017 14:03 #51

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The Benefit Scrounger 05 Aug 2017 14:32 #52

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^fiction



^Not fiction, what the desert religion State does.
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The Benefit Scrounger 07 Aug 2017 10:08 #53

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Right at the end of The Wicker Man, something remarkable happens. In a serendipitous feat of filming, cinematographer Harry Waxman captures the colossus’s head collapsing into the fire to reveal the evening sun behind, just as it is about to sink down into the sea.





The Maypole is actually an ancient symbol of fertility and also the Egyptian God and King Osiris' phallus. The Maypole is a modern-day portable ancient phallic symbol that is meant to represent the male generative powers in the phallus, which is really just an idol or image of an erect penis.
The strings/ribbons are the semen.

Roman Catholic Queen Mary I- who we know represents Isis, had ascended the throne and reinstated these yearly celebrations during the month of May, along with the erection of the king's phallus- AKA the Maypole.



In 1854, the Papacy declared Mary sinless, and in 1951, they declared that she had ascended unto heaven, where she was crowned as the "Queen of heaven." This was called the Assumption of Mary. Since then, the complete system of Babylonian worship, with Mary taking the role of the mediatrix, has thus been established within Catholicism.

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The origin of May Pole dancing dates back to the Pagan times, and the Maypole was basically a phallic symbol. May Pole dancing was strongly associated with fertility. Traditionally May Pole Dancing was performed by the young girls from the Medieval villages as part of the May time celebrations. The History of the Maypole and May Pole dancing was connected with both the Druids, Wiccans and the Romans. May 1 was an important date for the Druids as this was when the festival of Beltane held. Beltane marked the beginning of the pastoral summer season and was celebrated by lighting fires. Wiccans celebrated by dancing round a Maypole and choosing a May Queen.

www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-life/may-pole-dancing.htm
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The Benefit Scrounger 07 Aug 2017 12:18 #54

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Osiris, Romans, Druids, but I wonder where the maypole is most part of the culture, and what mythology is not mentioned, it seems
just more of the usual expunging folk and culture from history.
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The Benefit Scrounger 07 Aug 2017 13:01 #55

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So should benefit scroungers be burned at the stake or are they merely continuing a folk tradition?
Once a hyena always a hyena.
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The Benefit Scrounger 07 Aug 2017 13:13 #56

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You tell me.
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