In Defense of Public Breastfeeding


12 Responses to “In Defense of Public Breastfeeding”

  1. dkblue says:

    Breast milk is amazing….it adapts to the baby’s needs and is fundamental to the developing immune system. It is obviously a natural expression of love and facilitates healthy bonding and a sense of security for the child. All reasons for those who wish to destroy us to manufacture milk powder and bottles.

    • Yes and I have read those doing a ANR have much stronger marriages
      Saturday, February 20 – Sunday, February 21, 2016
      True Alignments: protection, guidance, precedent, tapping into ancient wisdom, letting go of the notion of suffering, the way into the mystic, creations of art, history, withstanding an onslaught, survival

      When the Sun moves into Pisces, we experience an influx of spiritual energies. This is quite pronounced this weekend, and focuses specifically on healing us of our fears and showing us that we are always protected and connected with Spirit — even when we feel most alone or threatened. Consider the juxtaposition of Sabian symbols for the locations of the Sun and Earth:

      SATURDAY – The Sun is at “a squirrel hiding from hunters” and Earth is at “a large white cross dominating the landscape stands alone on top of a high hill.”

      SUNDAY – The Sun is at “a petrified forest” and the Earth is at “two guardian angels bringing protection.”

      Do you see the pattern? The Sun is discharging energetics that naturally heighten our instincts and our defenses. We tend to be on guard, often not even knowing why. Primal forces are in play to alert us to potential threats. We tend to want to look for cover.

      Messages, information, signs, and directions are fluttering in the wind like petals falling down all around us. The way, the answer, the strength, the spirit, the belief, the wisdom, and the desire that we need with something tries to find us. This weekend, Mercury is discharging the degrees of “a flag is seen turning into an eagle,” “a popularity that proves to be fleeting,” and “during a silent hour, a man receives a new inspiration which may change his life.” The latter is the energetic with which we end the weekend. So, the conclusion to this weekend’s energetics are designed to be, on some level, life changing. We are energetically breathing in Spirit (inspiration = in-spirit).

      One other thing: Mars is discharging the energy of “an x-ray photograph.” This dynamic goes deep below the surface level with things. Anything that is not is alignment with the highest and best interests of LIFE and the VALUES OF LIFE loses luster. There is no room for the fake or superficial with this in effect. This energetic can deepen feelings of loss, however this functions to help us see or understand something more clearly and take action from the wisdom that is gained.

      Ideas, feelings, and situations are morphing as the solar-lunar year is in the phase of closing out (new solar-lunar year begins on April 7). As this happens, it may seem like things are slipping away, passing us by, or eluding us. Things are changing into new forms, but they are also operating on the principle of resonance. Like attracts like; dis-alike repels dis-alike. Both happen within the Oneness of everything, so there is no judgment. We can observe and experience the changes without judging them.

      This weekend, we are wise owls in a fortified forest of strength, endurance, and adaptability sourced in Spirit. We open to receiving the messages and the infusion that is filling the air, breathing deeply.

      • dkblue says:

        ANR?!? Glad to say I had no idea what that acronym was until I looked it up – Really???

    • Well apparently, it helps keep the oxytocin secreted flowing through both partners brains, regularly, thus keeping the emotional love bonds alive. And the quality of marriages reported is apparently much stronger and deeper. That’s what they say, im no expert on all this, I just came across it on my internet travels

      In view of other stuff I read, such as Tao perspectives on things. Sadly it seems that dopamine driven lust, great as it is, seems to ultimately cause the Coolidge Effect. Perhaps not in all, but look at the divorces all around.
      Taoist methods and tricks to avoid dopamine driven orgasm relations, and focus more on oxytocin promoting activity in the bedroom, avoids this Coolidge effect where the man gets bored and leaves etc.

      It seems Abi nature, and God, has given Man the ultimate awful dilemma. Sex and orgasm being the most wonderful thing, while simultaneously being depleting and accelerating aging, and etheric energy depletion, if done in excess. As well as inviting the Coolidge effect. Yes this is sad news

      But the good news is, good strategies seem to be possible to keep the magic alive and be fulfilled to keep the love bond charged and alive.
      I suppose it all depends about how serious someone is, about who theyre with, andif they want to make it work.
      If I wasn’t, then I wouldn’t be bothered to do any of these things, and just be focussed on dopamine hits, like the lab rats that keep pressing the pleasure button that stimulates their brains until death!

      And BTW, another bit of evidence ive discovered about the insidiousness of the ZWO JWO Satanic attack on us, I am in now doubt the explosion of online free porn online has a J agenda behind it. it damages marriages and everything else, and physically changes the brain, making single people unfit for relationships. A clearly Satanic Agenda

      • dkblue says:

        No sure that actually breastfeeding one’s partner is natural – or necessary, lol

        Apparently ancient practices teach the male to withhold so to speak and the essence nourishes the body and crown chakra increasing longevity and spiritual accomplishments… Also the sharing of subtle energies means one should be choosy re with whom to engage…

        Yes, porn is demonic -I read a testimony of a young man who vividly experienced that . It is so destructive all round. Henry Makow might have info on that.

  2. Dublinmick says:

    Non breast feeding helps with dumbing down the slave class.

    Irish Children Under Genocidal Attack: Felt As If Their Brains Were On Fire After Vaccine (It Is Zombie Time)

    • dkblue says:

      Yes and breastfeeding through the night as the baby needs, stimulates brain development!

      • Well as a relentless truthseeker I will investgate this subject vigorously when I get the chance, to get to the Truth!

        Yes Dublinmicks articles and others ive read have discussed withholding.
        it seems to be very important. Wilson explains its a special source of etheric energy, and special forms of zinc, selenium, and more are lost. So it seems to be important to get discipline in this arena.

        Yes I have read too Abi, etheric energy exchange, blending, that occurs during the Act, means one must be choosy. And something (against my will during the past), but something has been keeping me on the straight and narrow, a combination of being choosy with high standards, and also completely inept in flirting!

        Yes its demonic, no doubt.

        Changing subject the most hideous horror freak show I have just seen, see recent comment to MS on the matter. I cant paste you the link. Abi that pageant in itself, shows the absolute weirdness and it hits home, how weird they are. H TM

      • dkblue says:

        Are you crushing on the one dripping in jewels Adam? Oh wait…they all are :/

  3. Men Scryfa says:

    As I have always said, Breast is most definitely Best!

    • I most definitely agree with you

      ” What is Spiritual Warfare? ”
      ‘Spiritual warfare’ is the struggle to have life in this material world reflect as much as possible God’s loving governance. It is like a ‘war’ because there are those who are working vigorously to thwart what God is doing. God is in charge, but there are opponents who are in full-scale revolt, and they have powerful influence all around. As with the work of the unseen God in the world of the seen, the revolt is both seen and unseen, material and supernatural. They lust after power in this world of visible, material beings. Just because a battle is unseen doesn’t mean it isn’t going on. It is. In every nook and cranny of our earthly existence. By the act of following Christ, the believer accepts the rulership of Christ in his/her life (that’s what’s meant when Jesus is called ‘Lord’ — His authority and rule). This New You yields the throne of the self to Jesus, but the Old You doesn’t like it one bit.

      The struggle against the Devil and all his empty promises is at its heart a ‘second Person’ matter, a work of Christ Himself. The Holy Spirit leads us in our part of the struggle.

      The Scriptures speak of spiritual warfare in several places, but most directly by Paul in Ephesians 6, where he speaks of the full armor of God. Most pointed is verse 12 : “For we struggle not against flesh and blood, but against the kingdoms, against the powers, against the world leaders of this darkness, against spiritual wickedness in the high places”.

      The Devil has already lost. But the Devil is trying to take as many with him as he can, apparently just to hurt God. And however much the Devil succeeds in doing this, God hurts — like a parent does over losing a child. This sort of spite is very much in keeping with the Devil’s character. Satan is a leech; he is so lacking in life that the only life he has left is what he can suck out of the living.
      War Talk [ Personally I find it energising and rousing, and much needed. Love is the weapon though, even if enemies must be put to death ]
      ” Many people, including many Christians, do not like the use of the word ‘warfare’ here. I’ll be honest: I myself do not like the imagery. War’s a horrible thing, and we follow the Prince of Peace. But Scriptural imagery uses warfare language, and thus it would be wrong to simply reject it. Just as important, those who are going through the worst of the struggle sooner or later find themselves leaning on war-like terms. They’re going through more than a mere ‘struggle’ — they’re going through a kind of hell. War imagery captures this with a precision and emotional connection no other imagery has yet come close to. Everyone knows what the imagery means, so when it’s used, the point is quickly understood and felt by believer and non-believer alike. And war language, while it may make too much of any one ‘battle’, is the only language which successfully catches the epic proportion of what is going on in the entire created realm, including what people would generally call the supernatural. I would hope for a substitute, but ‘war talk’, judiciously and wisely used, will simply have to do for now.

      That said, Christ’s followers are called on to use a very different set of weapons: we are to be instruments of peace. The apostle Paul refers to the shoes of the gospel of peace; the belt of truth; and the sword of the Spirit — the word of God (Ephesians 6:10-18). These are hardly A-bombs or bullets or bayonets, nor acts of hate or oppression. Such weapons are not only very destructive to the evils of the Devil’s work, but are also the blocks upon which a lasting shalom is built. In ancient Judah, King Jehoshaphat took ‘weapons of peace’ literally : he sent out praise singers in front of the soldiers, causing such disarray that the enemy started slaughtering each other. Then as now, the lesson is that only God gives the victory over evil. ”

      Who, or What, is Satan?
      ” Some things must be said first about Satan, before we go any further:

      Thing 1: Belief in the existence of Satan is not an essential of Christian belief. You can fully reject all belief in an Accuser and still be a believer in the Christian orthodox beliefs. It may be hard to live the life of following Christ without at least recognizing that there is powerful and active malevolence afoot in human life. It may sound correct, but please consider that it may not be so.

      If so, then thing 1-b: You also do not have to believe any of the traditional and un-traditional descriptions of Satan, whether drawn from Jewish apocalyptic stories or early Christian practice or Zoroastrian imagery or Dante Aligheri or Enlightenment art or Calvin or CS Lewis or Jack Chick or anyone else. Nor do you have to believe in demons or a realm such as Hell or such things as demonic possession. Even if you believe in active malevolence. You can leave Satan undescribed, or create your own description, and if it’s done with some care, you can still be a follower of Christ.

      If so, then thing 1-c: Christians who do not believe that there’s a Satan are not ‘allied with the enemy’, consciously or unconsciously. Their task is to follow Christ and live the life Christ wants them to live, as the Spirit leads them to live it. As they do that, they’re in Christ’s camp with you, no matter what they think of your view of supernatural or spiritual matters, or you theirs. Treat each other accordingly. Unless you do, you are acting satanically.

      Thing 2: However, if such an entity really exists, it really doesn’t matter much if we think it’s harmful to conceive of evil in this way, or if we think we’d be more at peace with ourselves if we ditched the idea of an entity behind evil, or if we think the human race should grow out of it, etc. etc.. What matters most is not what you or I or the whole rest of humankind thinks or would like to believe or thinks is most beneficial. What matters is what actually is. I’m personally convinced such an entity (in whatever way it may be described) actually IS. And if it is, then all those intelligent, rational thoughts merely take us away from really dealing with what evil is doing, and thus they do even more harm than does the image of a personal devil.

      Satan in Scripture

      So, what kind of a Satan do the Scriptures tell us about? The devil is shown as having will, ability, and much supernatural power, even if the power comes mostly from his skill at lies and deceit. Satan has an identity (a sense of ‘I’) and a purpose (or anti-purpose).

      Satan is at once an instigator and a reactionary, the great ear-whisperer, the one who starts fights and the one whose reason for being (at least so far as he’s concerned) is to frustrate and obstruct God’s Kingdom in every way. Satan is the one who decided to have this spiritual warfare; God would rather give love than wage war. The Devil is more than a match for any person standing on his or her own, or for that matter any group of human beings. We’re not cunning enough to out-wit Satan on our own because we are out of kilter with the only One who has the power to defeat Satan. But you’re not on your own. Christ, by coming into the created world, calls Satan’s bluffs and flushes him out from where he lurks. But the key thing to remember is that no matter where the idea to do evil comes from, you are the one who makes the decision of what to do, and you are responsible for your actions and the results thereof. The devil didn’t make you do anything.

      The Devil is not an anti-god. The Devil is more like a sham god, a face without a person behind it, all apparition and no substance. Satan can tempt, but can never fully be, due to lack of love. Satan, like the archangel he once was, can’t make us do anything. Martin Luther likened Satan to a snarling dog that is chained in place, who can only do you real harm if you’re foolish enough to come too close. All Satan can do is use cunning tricks to play off our weaknesses and circumstances, to lead us to choose to do things which suck the life, hope, and energy out of ourselves and others — especially others who did nothing to harm us. And each time we do, we act like Satan, and we lose a bit of the person behind our own face.

      Satan is said to have servants, too. These ‘demons’ or ‘bad angels’ do the day-to-day whisperings, the temptations within each moment of daily life. Give them a centimeter and they will try to take a kilometer.”
      BTW Men scryfa Rabbit says theres been a lot of infiltration going on with Bibles. And hes right too, one in plain English, or at least not one where the language is too complex and impenetrable, will be right for me. Can you recommend one that strikes the balance between these two? An amazon link perhaps?
      I liked his suggestion of one where Jesus’ words are highlighted in red. Do you know of one like this that could be useful with the qualities above?
      Which one do you use (though you can understand and penetrate the scriptural jargon much better than I I think)

    • dkblue says:

      Top shelf MS 🙂

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