Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

There are basically two kinds of slavery.

One, like true Kingship, is rooted in matters of the individual human spirit and True Will. The ramifications of this kind of slavery can only be addressed by the individual.

The other is rooted in tyranny, superstition, and oppression–and involves people being deprived of their rights, subjugated, and commodified against their Wills on the basis of such arbitrary characteristics as the color of their skin, the place where they were born, or their sex. This kind of slavery can only be addressed by struggle.

A significant victory in one such struggle took place on April 9, 1865 e.v. at Appomattox, Virginia. The first fruits of that victory were shared two months later, on June 19, 1865 e.v., at Galveston, Texas.

Happy Juneteenth!

Love is the law, love under will.



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