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"Do we honor the intent of 'giving thanks' or throw it all out due to devestating acts of murder on the natural people by the European Colonizers?" The original intent of this time of year is to 'give thanks' for the harvest of crops and for the gifts in your life. Did you reap enough to sustain yourself through the coming winter months? The clear corruption of this custom and culture has absolutely been devestated by the murdering of the natural people at the hands of Christian Colonist in an effort to continue their conquest of the people and of the land. See Exploration of North America Columbia Encyclopedia - Penders Companion to American History and The Edict: "The Inter Caetera Divina 1493.
Thanksgiving has been ‘marketed’ as a holiday instituted by the Pilgrims to ‘give thanks’. In reality it has always been the time of the year to give thanks for the harvest. The Pilgrims were actually having a very difficult time surviving, which included growing food, thus their lives were seriously threatened.
The Aboriginal and Indigenous people, Moors, who were known under many confederations (Jurisdictions) and family (tribal) names, fed many of them and taught them how to grow food for their survival. They themselves often tell the story of “Squanto, reported as a native Pawtuxet of the Wampanoag, who assisted them by not only sharing food, but taught them how to grow food for their posterity.
The symbol of harvest, has always been a Cornucopia — not a Turkey.
The natural people did not eat meat. The Turkey was added by the Colonists, as a symbol of conquest of the Turkish Moors (Turks), of the Ottomon Empire, which came later after they showed their ‘thanks’ by committing mass murders and fulfilling their unkind conquest. While we were feasting in relax mode, giv- ing thanks for the harvest, they ambushed and murdered many.
During the time of ‘giving thanks’, we also preserved the harvest to sustain us through the winter. This is known in more modern days as ’canning goods’. Of course there is not much of that going on because we have abandoned the process of growing food, therefore we have none to preserve. Yet we are the original farmers, who taught the colonist how to farm and prepared almanacs based on the movement of the moon. The farmers almanac is based upon the phases of the moon, as the moon germinates seeds that are planted, which for us, being products of nature, at its very basic level, are our seeds of thought.
As a result of not knowing the truth about history, many have either abandoned the thought of acknowledging Thanksgiving for the reason that they know about the mass murders perpetrated by the Pilgrims, but don’t know the natural origins of the reason for celebration prior to the murders, or, because they have been taught, in er- ror, that this celebration is an acknowledgement instituted for the Pilgrims (colonist) only. Truth and falsehood have been strangely mixed, as it is a celebration of harvest, and it is also marked as their celebration of death and conquest. The fiction is that they never taught that So, are they celebrating thanks for the assistance from us, or are they saying thank you for their conquest of murder and theft?
In some form, it follows suit to Columbus being reported to have discovered something, that was al- ready established. The discovery is for their records only! Therein is the importance of telling our own story, thus, we must correct the literature, thereby ‘change the lit- erature.’
When asked if we ought to acknowledge Thanksgiving, the answer is yes, as it is in tune with the acknowledgement of the earth plane’s natural activity. The activity we concentrated on during this time was preservation and preparation. The motiva- tion for our actions was based upon the question: Have you sown and reaped enough to sustain you through the coming winter months, when there will not be much growing on the earth for sustenance.
What we ought do during the coming season of winter, is plant seeds for germina- tion in darkness (the rules of Capricorn, Saturn: order, discipline, perseverance) to spring forth in the next season of Spring. Who, or what is he that rises in the East? It is your seeds of thoughts which manifest and see the light of Day (Sun).
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