Sunday, July 5, 2009

Om the Dome, Temple of the People

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Darling-est Big Kittens, hope you enjoyed a most splendid celebration. The pic above is one taken by William Henry, a magical spiritual man whose life’s work is of mythical proportions. It’s the ceiling dome of the Capitol in Washington D.C.
One of the William’s contentions, and the Kougar agrees, is that the Capitol was constructed to be a temple. Not for any particular religion or faith. But, it was built for freedom itself. Temporal freedom and spiritual freedom.
That we as a people could use it to free our spiritual natures, more and more. The design of the dome promotes that awakening, that ascension toward a heavenly way of being.
Imagine, if we, as a people, used it for that purpose, to free ourselves, to go where humanity has not gone before in this Age... true liberation for all.


Authoress news and mews ~

Today, lots of good writing on BRANDED BY THE TEXANS... yay! Whoopee and Yeehaw!
It’s a hold onto your tail week coming up for the Kougar... much too exhausting for moi to think about now, let alone list it all.
First up, is paw-penning an installment for the Never-Ending Story at ~
RomanticSynonmous ~

Now ~ FIRST! just for the big cool cats ~

Happy Courtship on another Earth

X-Serial Flash in Two Hundred ~ Sylva and Zeke’s story continues....

Part 189 ~

Sylva let her imagination go as her cowboy described his two day mud brawl. She also closely observed everything about him, his facial expressions, his posture, his gestures and the subtle movements of his body. Part of it was because she’d always observed people. Part of it, she knew, was him and her desire to know him as a woman wants to know a man. “I’m gettin’ to the end,” he promised, a smile in his eyes. “What? Did Ranson fall asleep in the mud?” she asked. After shaking his head no, he took a long draw on his coffee.

Zeke set the mug down. “I almost did.” His Sylva’s eyebrow flew upwards. “Yep,” he continued, “I was about to swing for his jaw. My eyes shut and wouldn’t open, no matter my will power. I keeled over, face first into mud slop. Darkness hit. I recall thinking... it’s over, I’ve lost. Then I heard his whoop of victory. My eyes shot open then. Some force surged through me. I popped upwards. Growling like a fiend, I drew both arms back, wound up and drove one fist into his solar plexus. The other plowed into the side of his face.”
Part 1 - 15 ~ see blog ~ January 15th Cometh, then Part 15... and before...
Part 16 ~ 170 ~ see the Kougar’s prior bloggies... or the Passionate Ink forum, the FREE READS page ~ ~
Friday ~ Linda Blanche defines ‘Yankees’ for Independence Day.
Monday ~ Night Owl Romance Review for BLACK CAT BEAUTY
Check out Linda Blanche’s Romantic Times Review, and the story behind it.

Saturday ~ Paris blogged about the process of writing her novels.
Friday ~ Serena blogs ~ The release date of the THE CHALLENGE.
Tuesday ~ The Kougar - “I slowly reach for the hammer...”
Monday ~ Francesca blogs about her upcoming trip to DC for the RWA Nationals.

For the next part of the Never-Ending ~ RomanticSynonmous ~
Nicole, action-packed excitement ~ yep, the Dragoness is back!
Volcano’s Angelic Forecast for this week ~
Siren-BookStrand blog ~

No! Internet Two... Resistance is victory...
HATE!!! > DTV> it’s a ripoff.

Have a Happy Summer...
May your most romantic dreams come true...

Happy Sunday smooch from the Kougar...


Serena Shay said...

True liberation mixed with a healthy dose of acceptance would be a wonderful thing...~happy kitteny purrs at the thought!~

Good luck with your upcoming week!

Savanna Kougar said...

Lady Shay... counting the days until THE CHALLENGE is released, grrr and purr...

Thanks, I need it!!!