Shiva is coming to America

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Forms of Shiva:

Rudra is the Roaring one, and the God who plays with Poisons and Cures, who brings and takes away Disease. Shiva is Lord of Dance, Marijuana and Meditation. Bhikshatana is the Lord of Alms, the Supreme Mendicant, followed around by Puppies and Lovesick Women and Demonic Attendants.

"The Kurma Purana narrates that during a particular council of rishis (sages), the god Brahma arrogantly declared that he was the Supreme Creator of the Universe. Shiva appeared at the assembly as an infinite pillar of light and challenged Brahma's statement. After deliberation, the council accepted Shiva as the true Creator, but Brahma remained obstinate. Angered by Brahma's vanity, Shiva—as the terrifying Bhairava—cut off one head of the five-headed Brahma with a mere flick of his fingernail (an act iconographically depicted as Brahmashirascheda-murti). As a consequence Brahma died, but the spiritual credit he had accumulated over a lifetime of devout asceticism pulled him immediately back from death. Upon his resurrection, Brahma accepted Shiva's superiority."
 

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I don't think the Government understands. People need Gods to communicate with them, in a visually representable EEG patern, in order to have things revealed to them. People who do not have this are not driven by this. A Pattern that is absolutely visible.
 

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Being a Prophet means saying things for people who feel like they can not speak. For example, for a God that comes from a Country with a Personal Law system to a Country with a Federalist Law system. Or between 2 States.

And that does not mean vocal support, Jesus' desciples denied him before he was Crucified, and in the example of Science prophets, people were killed for Introducing provable facts into Society.

Prophecy is about speaking to Society for a God.
 

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When most people think of "Hinduism" as a Concept in their minds in the United States, the most common denominator of what pops up in peoples' heads is the Elephant Headed God, Ganesha.

Ganesha is Shiva's son, created from clay by his Wife Parvati. She created Ganesha while Shiva was away and when Shiva came back Ganesha did not know Shiva so he tried to stop Shiva from entering to protect his mom and Shiva did not recognize his new son Ganesha; so he chopped his head off.

When Parvati saw, she made Shiva give him a new head.
 

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If anyone needs a word for what is happening, with the coming of Gods in America is the same thing that King Tut did bringing the Gods back after the Monotheism of Akhenaten, his father. The same thing the books Aegypiatica and Babyloniaca did by spreading Egyptian and Babylonian ideaology. The same thing that happened after Alexander the Great, with Ptolemy and then Rome, called Hellenezation.

A more Tangible, cognizable instance is "Manifest Destiny", spreading the 13 States from Sea to Shining Sea, wiping out the Native American Culture. And Christopher Columbus thinking he was in India. Spreading Chilis to India, and Tobacco to Amsterdam and Turkey.

The Beatles, The Black Panther Party, Ken Kesey, the Youth International Party (YIP), Dada Art, Timothy Leary. The reverse Manifest Destiny, bringing another Culture in.
The Columbus Effect

And then there was Sasha Shulgin. The Guru, Baba, Father, Saint, Lord Rudra Sasha Shulgin.
 

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Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu, Complete Works, vol. 1 (The Spirit of Laws) [1748]

CHAP. II.: Of the republican Government, and the Laws relative to Democracy.
WHEN the body of the people is possessed of the supreme power, this is called a democracy. When the supreme power is lodged in the hands of a part of the people, it is then an aristocracy.

In a democracy the people are in some respects the sovereign, and in others the subject.

There can be no exercise of sovereignty but by their suffrages, which are their own will: now, the sovereign’s will is the sovereign himself. The laws, therefore, which establish the right of suffrage, are fundamental to this government. And indeed it is as important to regulate, in a republic, in what manner, by whom, to whom, and concerning what, suffrages are to be given, as it is, in a monarchy, to know who is the prince, and after what manner he ought to govern.

Libanius* says, that at “Athens a stranger who intermeddled in the assemblies of the people was punished with death.” This is because such a man usurped the rights of sovereignty.

It is an essential point, to fix the number of citizens who are to form the public assemblies; otherwise it would be uncertain whether the whole or only a part of the people had given their votes. At Sparta the number was fixed to ten thousand. But Rome, designed by Providence to rise from the weakest beginnings to the highest pitch of grandeur; Rome, doomed to experience all the vicissitudes of fortune; Rome, who had sometimes all her inhabitants without her walls, and sometimes all Italy and a considerable part of the world within them; [11] Rome, I say, never fixed* the number; and this was one of the principal causes of her ruin.

The people, in whom the supreme power resides, ought to have the management of every thing within their reach: what exceeds their abilities must be conducted by their ministers.

But they cannot properly be said to have their ministers, without the power of nominating them: it is therefore a fundamental maxim, in this government, that the people should choose their ministers; that is, their magistrates.
They have occasion, as well as monarchs, and even more so, to be directed by a council or senate. But, to have a proper confidence in these, they should have the choosing of the members; whether the election be made by themselves, as at Athens; or by some magistrate deputed for that purpose, as on certain occasions was customary at Rome.

The people are extremely well qualified for choosing those whom they are to intrust with part of their authority. They have only to be determined by things to which they cannot be strangers, and by facts that are obvious to sense. They can tell when a person has fought many battles, and been crowned with success; they are therefore very capable of electing a general. They can tell when a judge is assiduous in his office, gives general satisfaction, and has never been charged with bribery: this is sufficient for choosing a prætor. They are struck with the magnificence or riches of a fellow-citizen: no more is requisite for electing an ædile. These are facts of which they can have better information in a public forum than a monarch in his palace. But are they capable of conducting an intricate affair, of seizing and improving [12] the opportunity and critical moment of action? No; this surpasses their abilities.

Should we doubt of the people’s natural capacity, in respect to the discernment of merit, we need only cast an eye on the series of surprising elections made by the Athenians and Romans; which no one surely will attribute to hazard.

We know that, though the people of Rome assumed to themselves the right of raising plebeians to public offices, yet they never would exert this power; and though, at Athens, the magistrates were allowed, by the law of Aristides, to be elected from all the different classes of inhabitants, there never was a case, says Xenophon*, that the common people petitioned for employments which could endanger either their security or their glory.
As most citizens have sufficient abilities to choose, though unqualified to be chosen, so the people, though capable of calling others to an account for their administration, are incapable of conducting the administration themselves.

The public business must be carried on, with a certain motion, neither too quick nor too slow. But the motion of the people is always either too remiss or too violent. Sometimes, with a hundred thousand arms, they overturn all before them; and sometimes, with a hundred thousand feet, they creep like insects.

In a popular state the inhabitants are divided into certain classes. It is in the manner of making this division that great legislators have signalized themselves; and it is on this the duration and prosperity of democracy have ever depended.

Servius Tullus followed the spirit of aristocracy in the distribution of his classes. We find, in Livy, [13] and in Dionysius Halicarnasseus, in what manner he lodged the right of suffrage in the hands of the principal citizens. He had divided the people of Rome into a hundred and ninety-three centuries, which formed six classes; and, ranking the rich, who were in smaller numbers, in the first centuries; and those in middling circumstances, who were more numerous, in the next, he flung the indigent multitude into the last; and, as each century had but one vote*, it was property rather than numbers that decided the elections.

Solon divided the people of Athens into four classes. In this he was directed by the spirit of democracy, his intention not being to fix those who were to choose, but such as were eligible: therefore, leaving to every citizen the right of election, he made the judges eligible from each of those four classes; but the magistrates he ordered to be chosen only out of the first three, consisting of persons of easy fortunes.

As the division of those who have a right of suffrage is a fundamental law in republics, the manner also of giving this suffrage is another fundamental.
 

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The suffrage by lot is natural to democracy, as that by choice is to aristocracy.
The suffrage by lot is a method of electing that offends no one; but animates each citizen with the pleasing hope of serving his country.

Yet, as this method is in itself defective, it has been the endeavour of the most eminent legislators to regulate and amend it.

Solon made a law, at Athens, that military employments should be conferred by choice; but that senators and judges should be elected by lot.

The same legislator ordained, that civil magistracies attended with great expence should be given by choice, and the others by lot.

In order, however, to amend the suffrage by lot, he made a rule, that none but those who presented themselves should be elected; that the person elected should be examined by judges,* and that every one should have a right to accuse him if he were unworthy of the office: this participated at the same time of the suffrage by lot, and of that by choice. When the time of their magistracy was expired, they were obliged to submit to another judgement in regard to their conduct. Persons utterly unqualified must have been extremely backward in giving in their names to be drawn by lot.

The law which determines the manner of giving suffrage is likewise fundamental in a democracy. It is a question of some importance, whether the suffrages ought to be public or secret. Cicero observes, that the laws which rendered them secret, towards the close of the republic, were the cause of its decline. But, as this is differently practised in different republics, I shall offer here my thoughts concerning this subject.

The people’s suffrages ought doubtless to be public§; and this should be considered as a fundamental [15] law of democracy. The lower class ought to be directed by those of higher rank, and restrained within bounds by the gravity of eminent personages. Hence, by rendering the suffrages secret in the Roman republic, all was lost: it was no longer possible to direct a populace that sought its own destruction. But, when the body of the nobles are to vote in an aristocracy,* or in a democracy the senate, as the business is then only to prevent intrigues, the suffrages cannot be too secret.

Intriguing in a senate is dangerous: dangerous it is also in a body of nobles; but not so in the people, whose nature is to act through passion. In countries where they have no share in the government, we often see them as much inflamed on the account of an actor, as ever they could be for the welfare of the state. The misfortune of a republic is, when intrigues are at an end; which happens when the people are gained by bribery and corruption: in this case they grow indifferent to public affairs, and avarice becomes their predominant passion. Unconcerned about the government and every thing belonging to it, they quietly wait for their hire.

It is likewise a fundamental law, in democracies, that the people should have the sole power to enact laws. And yet there are a thousand occasions on which it is necessary the senate should have a power of decreeing: nay, it is frequently proper to make some trial of a law before it is established. The constitutions of Rome and Athens were excellent. The decrees of the senate had the force of laws for the [16] space of a year, but did not become perpetual till they were ratified by the consent of the people.

 

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CHAP. III.: Of the Laws relative to the Nature of Aristocracy.
IN an aristocracy the supreme power is lodged in the hands of a certain number of persons. These are invested both with the legislative and executive authority; and the rest of the people are, in respect to them, the same as the subjects of a monarchy in regard to the sovereign.

They do not vote here by lot; for this would be productive of inconveniencies only. And indeed, in a government where the most mortifying distinctions are already established, though they were to be chosen by lot, still they would not cease to be odious: it is the nobleman they envy, and not the magistrate.

When the nobility are numerous, there must be a senate to regulate the affairs which the body of nobles are incapable of deciding, and to prepare others for their decision. In this case it may be said, that the aristocracy is in some measure in the senate, the democracy in the body of the nobles, and the people are a cypher.
It would be a very happy thing, in an aristocracy, if the people, in some measure, could be raised from their state of annihilation. Thus, at Genoa, the bank of St. George being administered by the people* gives them a certain influence in the government, from whence their whole prosperity is derived.

The senators ought by no means to have a right of naming their own members; for this would be [17] the only way to perpetuate abuses. At Rome, which in its early years was a kind of aristocracy, the senate did not fill up the vacant places in their own body: the new members were nominated by the* censors.

In a republic, the sudden rise of a private citizen to exorbitant power produces monarchy, or something more than monarchy. In the latter, the laws have provided for, or in some measure adapted themselves to, the constitution; and the principle of government checks the monarch: but, in a republic, where a private citizen has obtained an exorbitant power, the abuse of this power is much greater, because the laws foresaw it not, and consequently made no provision against it.

There is an exception to this rule, when the constitution is such as to have immediate need of a magistrate invested with an exorbitant power. Such was Rome with her dictators; such is Venice with her state-inquisitors: these are formidable magistrates, who restore, as it were by violence, the state to its liberty. But how comes it that these magistracies are so very different in these two republics? It is because Rome supported the remains of her aristocracy against the people; whereas Venice employs her state-inquisitors to maintain her aristocracy against the nobles. The consequence was, that at Rome the dictatorship could be only of a short duration, as the people act through passion, and not with design. It was necessary that a magistracy of this kind should be exercised with lustre and pomp; the business being to intimidate, and not to punish, the multitude. It was also proper that the dictator should be created only for some particular affair, [18] and for this only should have an unlimited authority, as he was always created upon some sudden emergency. On the contrary, at Venice they have occasion for a permanent magistracy; for here it is that schemes may be set on foot, continued, suspended, and resumed; that the ambition of a single person becomes that of a family, and the ambition of one family that of many. They have occasion for a secret magistracy, the crimes they punish being hatched in secrecy and silence. This magistracy must have a general inquisition; for their business is not to remedy known disorders, but to prevent the unknown. In a word, the latter is designed to punish suspected crimes; whereas the former used rather menaces than punishment, even for crimes that were openly avowed.

In all magistracies the greatness of the power must be compensated by the brevity of the duration. This most legislators have fixed to a year: a longer space would be dangerous, and a shorter would be contrary to the nature of government; for who is it that, in the management even of his domestic affairs, would be thus confined? At Ragusa* the chief magistrate of the republic is changed every month, the other officers every week, and the governor of the castle every day. But this can take place only in a small republic environed by formidable powers, who might easily corrupt such petty and insignificant magistrates.

The best aristocracy is that in which those who have no share in the legislature are so few and inconsiderable, that the governing party have no interest in oppressing them. Thus, when Antipater made a law at Athens, that whosoever was not worth [19] two thousand drachms should have no power to vote, he formed, by this method, the best aristocracy possible; because this was so small a sum, as excluded very few, and not one of any rank or consideration in the city.

Aristocratical families ought, therefore, as much as possible, to level themselves, in appearance, with the people. The more an aristocracy borders on democracy, the nearer it approaches to perfection; and, in proportion as it draws towards monarchy, the more it is imperfect.
But the most imperfect of all is that in which the part of the people that obeys is in a state of civil servitude to those who command; as the aristocracy of Poland, where the peasants are slaves to the nobility.
 

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Recently I mentioned that I filed a name change in Dallas County Court, and my name will soon be Ryan Sasha-Shai Van Kush; Collin County, where I am from, filed in Dallas County Court claiming that I live in Colorado and the Dallas Court does not have Jurisdiction to change my name.

I was born at Dallas Presby, lived in Mesquite near Pleasant Grove until I was 2 and my Mom made my Dad move to Mckinney. I lived there until I was 18, then due to Witch Hunting in Texas, I was forced to live in a series of places:

Kino, Sonora, Mexico
Corona, California
Portales, New Mexico
Marathon Key, Florida
Goulds, Florida
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Denver, Colorado
Austin, Texas
Even a Homeless shelter

I was previously Witch Hunted from the age of 14 to 18 by Probation Officer and Preacher, Mr. Shannon McGuire. I am a Resident of Dallas, I can prove it, and they will change my name.

And now, since my FOIAs are constantly ignored, slow walked, or outright rejected, I am Subpoenaing these records. So now, we will begin Adjudication.
 

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North Texas is the Promised Land, Granted to us by Lord Shiva. And First Baptist and the others are the Canaanites who do not get it yet.

The Vedas were written in the Vedic Era, during this time the Primary Rituals were Fire Rituals. Done in an Altar called a Homa. Antyesti is the Cremation Rites, the Burning Ritual for the Dead.

South is the Direction of Fire in Hinduism, Texas is the Buckle of the Bible Belt South and the Definition of South-Central.
South is the Direction of Rudra-Siva, Lord Shiva. And I am the Prophet of Lord Shiva in the United States, born in the South, born in Texas. We are bringing a New Vedic Era through Sasha Shulgin and Christopher Columbus.

Being a Prophet means saying things for people who feel like they can not speak. For example, for a God that comes from a Country with a Personal Law system to a Country with a Federalist Law system. Or between 2 States.

And that does not mean vocal support, Jesus' desciples denied him before he was Crucified, and in the example of Science prophets, people were killed for Introducing provable facts into Society.

Prophecy is about speaking to Society for a God.
 

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Americans may not understand this, because in America, the primary Prophet reference is Jesus the Christ, and that is spun into Catholicism, and the various Protestants, and other than that it is thought to be Dead.

Here is a good example for Americans.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Báb

This is the Bab, the Bab was a Merchant, who stopped one day and began to preach a new Religion, and people stopped to listen. And he began initiating things by writing Declarations and other Documentation to the Persian Government and others, and eventually the Persian Government killed him. But he preached about a Messiah, who would come after him, and someone claimed that Title and then the movement grew, and became a Regional Power. But the Persians got the Messiah claimant to come to the other region, and trapped him in a dungeon and/or killed him.

But now, Bahai is an International Religion.

And Bahai is not a Schism of Islam, or a Denomination of Buddhism, or a Revival of Christianity. This was like Scientology, a whole new Religion.

Madame Blavatsky was a Prophet also, she created Theosophy. Edgar Cayce created a Spiritual Solar System Sojourn tradition, Noble Drew Ali created Moorish Science, the Honorable Elijah Mohammed created the Nation of Islam where Malcolm X became known from, and everyone knows about Aliester Crowley, because he is a Prophet of Wicca, and founder of the Religion called Thelma. L. Ron Hubbard was the Prophet of Scientology, Jesus was the Prophet of Christianity. Abraham, Jacob and Moses are the Founding Prophets of Judaism.

I am a Prophet, for Lord Shiva in the United States. Here to teach about Christopher Columbus, Sasha Shulgin, and God.
 

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In Texas we have a hearing soon about our AP-209 being denied as a "Religious Organization" rather than a "Church" or "Place of Worship", where we will argue we are a Church Auxiliry, a Sadhu Priesthood. And point to our AP-204 & AP-205 filings.

Rev. Ryan "Sasha" Gallagher v. Comptroller, DC-19-11702 (Dallas County District Court)

In Colorado, we will now be filing DR-0715 combined with a DR-0716.

General Conference, Church of God v. Carper, 557 P.2d 832 (1976)
This rationale requires that a distinction be made between charitable and religious exemptions; a religious group does not have as a fundamental purpose the providing of services which the state would otherwise have to provide since the state is constitutionally prohibited from such religious involvement. See Note, 29 Rocky Mtn.L.Rev. 143 (1956-57).


Charitable and Other Exempt Organizations
Colorado Law 39-26-718

(2) Types of Charitable Organizations.

(c) Religious Organization. The IRS does not require religious organizations, such as churches or synagogues, to apply for a 501(c)(3) certificate in order to qualify as a tax-exempt charitable organization. In such cases, the Department will issue a sales tax exemption certificate to a religious charitable entity, even in absence of an 501(c)(3) certificate, if the organization has a religious purpose and meets the conditions set forth below. In lieu of the 501(c)(3) certificate, a religious organization shall provide to the Department a copy of its IRS No Record of Exempt Organization letter and Department Form DR 0716, “Statement of Nonprofit Church, Synagogue, or Organization”.

(i) If the applicant is a religious organization that is an affiliate of a national organization that holds a Colorado exemption certificate, applicant may submit, in lieu of such a determination letter, documentation from the national organization demonstrating that applicant is an affiliate of such organization.
 
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Setting Precedent isn't creating Laws, what we are doing is Clarifying Law.

If we are explaining this to a 3rd Grader, the Congress Writes the Laws, the President Vetoes the Laws. But the Courts, we have to get a little more abstract to explain Case Law to a 3rd Grader.

Say you own a Wolf as a pet, in your backyard unleashed, maybe you live by the Woods. People start thinking your Wolf is threatening when you walk it, or accuse it of killing their pets at night, etc, and you get Sued or the Police get called and the DA decides to throw a "Disorderly Conduct" or "Criminal Negligence" charge, the Court decides if that Written Law, supports the charges against you, and if it was legal to do what was done to you Constitutionally.


So the Courts Clarify the Written Law with the Constitution.

That is Case Law, Precedent. Not new Laws, Clarity of Law.
 

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I contacted ODLP@USDOJ.gov in Oct 2017, and was told by them to file a Petition for Religious Exemption. I had already filed an Administrative Claim in 2015, but after a year of what seemed like the Federal Court in Dallas forgetting the case existed, the Judge said I could only sue Agents, not the Agency.

I did file the Petition in Nov 2017, but the person recieving them had quit and was suing the DEA himself, as a former employee. So Demetra Ashley was the Point of Contact.

She retired, and Susan A Gibson became the point of contact. Then James A Arnold took over in April 2018.

On Aug 14th 2018, the DEA scheduled a meeting between myself and the Coloraro Office, but when we scheduled a Rally, they cancelled and asked that we do a phone call so on Aug 14th 2018 we did that instead. They promised me a recording, but after the call said they would put in a FOIA for me. They didn't. And I put in a FOIA myself, but it has yet to be processed properly.

Then, in Nov 2018-Feb 2019 I filed SBA Ombudsmam comment forms. I recieved the last response in May 2019.

I then Filed a new Administrative Claim May 31st 2019, which is the Nature of this Lawsuit.

After that I contacted the USDOJ OIG, DEA OPR, and GAO. Which all have yet to fully respond to the issue.

So now I filed the Administrative Claim suit. It is in the NDTX, WDTX, and District of Hawaii. I also mailed it to DDC, and SDNY. But it hasn't been put on the Docket in those courts yet.

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I just want everyone in the Media and Texas State and Local Governments to know, my 417th Court case was closed, then Bob Davis got greedy; and now I did more research, found the Wheless Nowak connection AND have a right to a Court appointed attorney, Phi Delta Phi has created there own end by toying with the wrong God.

My Karma and my God are good.

ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Nama Shivaya
I bow to Shiva
 
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