Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 08:16

*The Druids Prayer*

*The Druid's Prayer (Welsh: Gweddi'r Derwydd) or "Gorsedd Prayer" (Gweddi'r
Orsedd) is a prayer composed by Iolo Morgannwg which is still a staple in
the ritual of both gorseddau and Neo-Druidism. Neo-Druids sometimes
substitute the words y Dduwies ("the Goddess") for the original Duw ("God").

*Llyma weddi'r Orsedd o Lyfr Trehaearn Brydydd Mawr
Dyro Dduw dy Nawdd;
Ag yn Nawdd, Pwyll;
Ag ymhwyll, Goleuni;
Ag ymgoleuni, Gwirionedd;
Ag yngwiwirionedd, Cariad;
Ag ynghariad, Cariad Duw;
Ag ynghariad Duw, pop Gwynfyd.*

*Grant, God, Thy protection;
And in protection, reason;
And in reason, light;
And in light, truth;
And in truth, justice;
And in justice, love;
And in love, the love of God;
And in the love of God, gwynfyd.*

*God and all goodness.*

*( The word LAW can be used instead of
a gender specific word. The UNIVERSE
is based on the LAWs of NATURE
NATURE is sometimes referred to as
THE LAW . S )*

*Dolbadarn Castle is fairly regarded as one of the finest remaining castles
of the native Welsh Princes. The castle stands on a rocky hill some eighty
feet above Llyn Padarn and Llyn Peris in the Llanberis Pass and is listed as
a World Heritage Site.*

*Constructed by the legendary Llywellyn the Great (Llywellyn ap Iorwerth)
before 1230 to guard the main route through the Snowdonia mountain ranges,
its position at the tip of Llyn Padarn allowed the garrison to blockade any
movement through that part of the north.*

*Bryn Celli Ddu (the mound in a dark grove) is the best passage grave in
Wales. It started as a late Neolithic henge or ritual enclosure, with a
stone circle surrounded by a bank and internal ditch. A later passage grave
was built inside the ditch; the north-east entrance to the burial chamber is
retained by a kerb of stones, which with the dry-stone walling of the outer
passage, creates an elaborate forecourt. The narrow passage (a torch may be
useful) is 8.2m (27ft) long and 0.9m (3ft) wide with a low shelf along its
north (right) side. This leads to a higher, polygonal burial chamber, 2.4m
(8ft) wide, covered by two capstones. In the chamber is a tall, rounded,
free-standing pillar, whose purpose is unknown. The spiral carving on the
first stone on the left of the chamber entrance may be not authentic. The
whole passage was covered by a cairn, but the existing mound is a partial
reconstruction, kept small so that three stones from the old stone circle
and two other features behind the chamber, at the centre of the henge, can
be seen. These other features are a pit (in which excavations revealed
charcoal and a human ear-bone) and an upright stone carved on both faces and
across the top with zigzag and spiral lines. The original pillar is now at
the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, but a replica has been set up in
its presumed original position. The site was visited from 1699, and
excavated in 1865 and 1927-31. In the passage and in the chamber excavations
revealed both burnt and unburnt human bones, a stone bead, two flint
arrowheads, a scraper and mussel shells. Outside the entrance and the ditch,
a small, unusual ox burial was found. On the ridge to the north of the site
(on the right of the lane as you return) is a tall standing stone.
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Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 08:15
Rare Canadian flag on auction block *Last Updated: Wednesday, March 10,
2010 | 3:12 PM ET
Canadian Press
[image: The presale estimate for the Canadian Red Ensign flag is $40,000 to
$60,000, not including the buyer's premium.]*The presale estimate for the
Canadian Red Ensign flag is $40,000 to $60,000, not including the buyer's
premium.* *(Sotheby's Canada) *

A rare 1868 Canadian Red Ensign flag will hit the auction block this summer.

Sotheby's Canada says the item will be in its June 2 sale of important
Canadian art in Toronto. The auction house said the vibrant red flag is in
"exceptional condition" after being in a private collection for many years.

It measures about one metre by two metres and bears the Union Jack and the
coats of arms of the four founding provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia,
Ontario and Quebec.

The presale estimate is $40,000 to $60,000, not including the buyer's

The original Red Ensign was primarily a flag for the British merchant
marine. The Canadian version became widely recognized as Canada's first
national flag.

In 1924, the Canadian Red Ensign was given official recognition. It remained
Canada's official flag until the current maple leaf design was adopted in

Ontario's official flag is another version of the Red Ensign.

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Written by Paul Fromm
Monday, 15 March 2010 07:11
John Pasquarelli on the perils of multiculturalism in Australia
*Dear Reader,
After reading the article by John Pasquarelli, the burning question must be
"who will you vote for at the next election?"
If you want some change in immigration/multicultural policies then you will
have to start by rejecting the present group of politicians and vote them
last on your ballot paper next time you vote or you will get more of the
Australians are being sacrificed on the altar of "immigration and human
rights" to the god of multiculturalism.
I am not against helping desperate people but why can't these people stay in
their own country and be helped there?
No... our culture must be destroyed here in Australia... this is a form of
If you wish to understand the policies of Australian immigration and
multiculturalism then the follow five books come highly recommended: -

"Immigration: Policy of Perfidy" and "Immigration: Quiet Invasion", both by
Dr. John Dique.
"Immigration: Destruction of English Canada" an entertaining read by Doug
"Dangerous Myth of Racial Equality" by D. Watts and a disturbing novel,
"Camp of the Saints" by Jean Raspail.

Ask at your local library (the libraries will not stock books unless you ask
for them and the only reading available to the general public will be all
the leftwing and trendy books) and if they cannot be obtained there then
"Google" the Internet or try

*John Pasquarelli who had been an early advisor to Pauline Hanson who at the
time was head of the One Nation party speaks on the Perils of




* John Pasquarelli on the perils of multiculturalism *


* John Pasquarelli *

*What’s happening on our streets today is the product of decades of
multiculturalism, stupidly subscribed to by all sides of politics. The
guilt-wracked Malcolm Fraser gave us the first boat people when Vietnamese
fleeing their Communist vanquishers sought refuge in Australia and other
countries. *

*In 1976 Fraser gave us the double whammy when he allowed Lebanese Muslim
refugees into Australia against all the advice of his Immigration
Department. Since these times the rates of migration to Australia has
steadily increased as well as the refugee intake. *

*In 1997 the Howard Government signed off on African refugees without any
regard for the cultural incompatibility of many of these people and alarming
evidence of lax health and character checks started emerging – notably the
interviews by Alan Jones with Amanda Vanstone and Tony Abbott over a
particular intake of Sudanese.*

*Ethnic ghettos where English is only spoken when it has to be, are now
firmly established in our cities and major provincial centres and the
resulting tensions and violent conflict provide daily media coverage –
carefully controlled by politically correct governments, police forces and
compliant journalists. TV and newspaper footage has people’s faces
pixellated, ethnicity is rarely mentioned and juvenile and even some older
offenders are not allowed to be named for all the usual civil libertarian

*Since the attacks on Indian students, particularly in Victoria, politicians
and commentators are sitting on their high horses delivering homilies on
racism – some of them having a vested interest due to their personal and
political relationships. *

*Core Australians of Anglo-European, Christian-Judeo origin also have their
vested interests by virtue of their place in Australian history. Those who
can legitimately claim to be shareholders in the ownership of their nation
are those whose ancestors served in laying down its pastoral, industrial and
cultural foundations and most importantly, those who served and sacrificed
in times of conflict. Included in this group are of course Aboriginal
Australians, who I shouldn’t have to mention separately, but will, because
of the destructive policy of separatism which has unfortunately created such
division. The remaining shareholders are those of other racial groups who
have totally assimilated and whose allegiance is solely to that of

*Multiculturalism with its illogical slogan of “unity through diversity” has
spawned ethnic crime in Australia and this deadly virus is running amok. The
NSW Police has its Middle Eastern and Asian crime squads, whereas in
Victoria the use of the word ‘gangs’ and any form of ethnic badging are
outlawed by the politically correct police media unit. *

*Victoria’s Police Commissioner Simon Overland refuses to use the words
‘zero tolerance’ when being interviewed on talkback radio and he has
recently advised Indian students to ‘dress poor’ to avoid being attacked;
and he joined the Gay Pride march in St Kilda, being photographed with
homosexuals dressed as Catholic nuns, begging the question – would he have
been willingly photographed with homosexuals dressed in burkas?*

*Overland has seriously lost the plot which has huge political and police
morale implications.*

*My grandfather Luigi, who came to the Queensland canefields from Northern
Italy before WW1, told my father that “the Mafia came with me”. So ethnic
crime has been around for a while. But multiculturalism has ensured that we
have a huge spread of criminals—Russian, Sudanese, Middle Eastern,
Cambodian, Pacific Islander, Serbian, Croatian, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese,
Ethiopian—the list goes on and is a veritable global roll call.*

*Whites assaulting Indians may satisfy the standard definition of “racism”,
but what about Africans attacking whites, Asians attacking whites, Pacific
Islanders attacking whites, Middle Easterns attacking whites and, yes,
Indians attacking whites, and so on? Then we have Africans attacking
Indians, Asians attacking Indians, Middle Easterns attacking Indians and all
the other variants. *

*Ted Baillieu, a totally committed multiculturalist, has blundered into the
racial debate in Victoria, obviously trying to pin all the blame on whites
with his comments on violence against Indians; and whilst this makes the
Greens and the café latte set happy, it could backfire electorally with the

*As well as fostering ethnic crime, multiculturalism has created the sordid
struggle for the ethnic vote, with Labor winning hands down, as demonstrated
by Paul Keating’s brazen saving of Sheik Hilali from deportation – testimony
to the electoral success of Middle Eastern branch stacking in the western
suburbs of Sydney. We have seen the steady increase of Asian voters in
Bennelong; and the ALP is laying down the foundation for future wins in
suburban electorates nationwide. *

*Australians have never been consulted by either side of politics about the
nationally crucial issues of immigration, refugees and citizenship
requirements, whereas real estate developers face mountains of red tape and
have to provide acceptable environmental impact statements before they get
the green light. On the other hand, migrants and refugees are literally
dumped willy-nilly into lower socio-economic suburbs and provincial centres
without any consideration whatsoever of the impact on the social and
economic elements – no ghettos in Double Bay or Toorak, Mr Baillieu!*

*Tony Abbott has been talking about referendums for this and for that, but
let’s see more action and less vaudeville. He has had suggested to him that
dedicated email and postal addresses be established to allow Australians to
record their views on multiculturalism, boat people, immigration, refugees,
ethnic crime and citizenship right up to the election. This is not rocket
science so let’s see some action.*

*John Pasquarelli is an artist, author, columnist, and a former PNG MP. His
website is available at
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