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Aegishjalmur, "The Helm of Awe" is magical symbol of protection used by early Vikings. Worn between the eyes, it may have been intended to confer invincibility in the wearer or instill fear in one’s enemies. Today, it is used as a charm of protection by Asatru believers.

from The Jinn and Tonic

Documentary on the Mysteries of the Knights Templar


Statue of Goddess Sekhmet currently in the Vatican Museum. - SEKHMET, egyptian goddess, represented with the head of a lioness and a woman's body and on her head a sun disk, the head of lion is a symbol of strength and power to destroy enemies.


The gov't is out of control..!!!!!!!!! States weigh laws that would make it an act of terrorism to report abuses at factory farms Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by: Ronnie Cummins Learn more:

from The Huffington Post

Jerry Falwell Jr., Franklin Graham and the Sad Effects of Terrorism on Christianity

Beyond the bigoted speech and the violent readiness to kill, the worst aspect of all of this is that the compass guiding these statements and much of the sentiment that I hear coming from many Christians is not Love -- but rather it is fear.