I call upon the blade of war, let your blade soak red today.
Aries I call upon your greatest might grant me this peace of mind, the fortitude to stand strong.
The rage to lay waste to my enemies, this I ask of you, the god of war, the creator of the knights chivalry in war.
Grant me your wisdom to outwit those who challenge my code, let there bodies show crimson red before my mighty storm.
This I ask of thee Aries of old as I follow your horse of battle as I am of the ancient ways let my power not consume my soul but those of my enemies.
So mote it be so mote it be so mote it be bless me.
A spell of battle I wrote a while back it is meant to grant you strength and wisdom and take away your fear before the battle it helps shield your mind as well and soul if you actually believe in it but I do have full faith in my religion and my God Aries God Of War. Thought I would share it with you all. Jamie Henry, Amanda Godin
“Take the Americans Alive” … when the intercepted Taliban radio message was translated. Senior Airman Dustin Temple was sure as hell he’d never let that happen. For 48 hours, Temple and the rest of his Special Forces team fought off an overwhelming force.
When the enemy got close, he called in dangerous close airstrikes. When they ran low on ammunition, he sprinted from cover to a resupply chopper for more. When his friends were shot, he dragged them to safety.
For his heroism and critical role in turning the tide in battle, Senior Airman Temple was awarded the Air Force Cross. Serving with the 21st Expeditionary Special Tactics Squadron in Helmand Province, Afghanistan from 27 to 29 September, 2014.
As overwhelming hostile fire continually suppressed his team, Airman Dustin Temple broke the assault on many occasions with danger close air support from F-16’s, AH-1’s, AC-130’s and an MQ-1.
Following a teammate being gravely wounded by a sniper, he put himself directly in the line of fire, and dragged his wounded comrade from the rooftop. With the evacuation helicopter inbound, Airman Temple again risked his own life to save his teammate.
Senior Airman Temple carried him across one-hundred meters of open terrain. Despite overwhelming and accurate enemy machine-gun fire, he remained on the open landing zone, providing covering fire while his teammates pulled back.
After he returned to the compound, enemy fighters surged within 40 meters after intercepted communications stated,”Take the Americans alive.” Temple immediately directed F-16’s in danger close strafing runs, killing one insurgent and repelling the assault.
As supplies dwindled, he braved open terrain again to retrieve critical needed ammunition from a re-supply helicopter. With continuous machine-gun fire, he and a teammate sprinted into the open and dragged the supplies off the aircraft.
However, unable to carry the entire load, they withdrew back to cover. Airman Temple called in close fires from F-16’s to cover his team as they went out to retrieve the remaining ammunition.
Despite the continuous heavy enemy machine-gun fire, Sr.Airman Temple and two men again ran into the open terrain to retrieve the remainder of the supplies for a second time.
At the end of the 48-hour engagement, he controlled 28 attack helicopters and 20 fixed wing assets for a total of 26 engagements while safely employing munitions at danger close-range 75 times.
Airman Temple’s heroic and selfless actions directly resulted in confirmed 10 enemy fighters killed, and another 8 estimated killed, while saving the lives of 38 friendly forces.🇺🇸
It is these nanobots (above article) Elon musk is using to integrate the human mind to AI
What is smaller than a breadbox and can carry 8,000 times its weight? If you guessed an ant, think smaller. Nanobots are so small they function on the same level as viruses and bacteria. A nano is a millionth of a millimeter, or 40,000 times smaller than the thickness of human hair.
The rate of individuals reporting symptoms consistent with major depression in the last 12 months increased 52 percent in adolescents from 2005 to 2017 (from 8.7 percent to 13.2 percent) and 63 percent in young adults age 18 to 25 from 2009 to 2017 (from 8.1 percent to 13.2 percent). There was also a 71 percent increase in young adults experiencing serious psychological distress in the previous 30 days from 2008 to 2017 (from 7.7 percent to 13.1 percent). The rate of young adults with suicidal thoughts or other suicide-related outcomes increased 47 percent from 2008 to 2017 (from 7.0 percent to 10.3 percent).
It doesn’t help that 5G is activating certain scenarios. It will get much worse before it gets better, for many (if not ALL) governments and their actions, or flat out lies, appear to be on the payroll.
In local urban communities there would be a cell tower approximately every 500 feet along every street.
As bad as these small cell towers might seem from the standpoint of constant exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation in close proximity to the source, perhaps an even more alarming prospect will be the beaming of millimeter length microwaves at the earth from thousands of new communication satellites.
The FCC gave approval to SpaceX on March 29, 2018, to launch 4,425 satellites into low orbit around the Earth.
The total number of satellites that is expected to be put into low and high orbit by several companies will be 20,000 satellites.