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it’s eleven o’clock 122820AD

you know, it could be that this is no place to cite the stuff going on with the

demOcratic club… however it’s not me to shirk from a dutiful opinion. 

WAKE UP!

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HERO’s have payed the most for our U.S. and our freedom… Honor them, all should

“Today, we saw two eagles out here,” Russell says, as the Goldfish are munched, and it’s like he is peaking of the Red Sea parting. Oh, and the pelicans; Hundreds of them.

“Here” is the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral, a peninsula jutting out from 2,800 acres owned by the church and Russell, about 30 miles northeast of Huntsville — a City of Death, AS Russell calls it.

Now it’s time for the Meditation Moment, the portion of Sunset Services where Ethicians can silently reflect on, as Russell says, the “spirit of the biosphere that keeps us all alive.” Meditation Moments range from one to five minutes. Tonight, they get four. Everyone stands up and walks off. One woman sets her black toy poodle on the ground and, as if caught in a tractor beam, floats toward the nearest oak, where she extends a hand and caresses the moss.

Russell strolls to A peninsula’s edge; gaze at the water. Quiet as the statues of deer in the weeds.

Away from the peninsula, near FM 980, nature is interrupted by a power line snaking through the easement owned by the Sam Houston Electrical Co-op (SHECO). In the easement is a mound of dirt about three feet wide and six feet long.

Under the mound of dirt is a cardboard casket containing the rotting corpse of a man with no known friends and/or his family. He is the first person to be buried in Texas‘s first, and the a nation’s third, green cemetery.

The co-op wants to clear a 40-foot swath of trees along this easement for a new power line. The Ethicians say Russell created this cemetery to get in the co-op’s way and make them look like ghouls. Russell says he wants to bury as many bodies there as he can.

Shortly after the Meditation Moment, Sunset Services wrap up. Invigorated by another evening of celebrating nature, Russell invites everyone to the nearby country club for Mexican buffet on him.

January 2, 2004: We had our first burial today in the Ethician Family Cemetery. Two college boys dug the grave by hand yesterday. They raked the leaf litter into a pile so that it could be placed back on the grave when it was filled in. They were very careful to not damage even a blade of grass and only encountered a few tiny roots.

— Ethicius I — ethicianfamilycemetery.org

Two years ago, a South Carolina doctor named Billy Campbell opened the country’s first green cemetery, where eco-conscious folks could bury their loved ones in the woodlands, sans embalming fluid and burial vaults. Shrouds were all right, as were caskets, as long as they were all biodegradable. Campbell told the Baltimore Sun wanted to market Ramsey Creek Preserve after a socially responsible ice cream company.

“We want to be the Ben & Jerry’s of death,” he said.

In his working-class town of 2,700, Campbell was branded a lunatic by some a revolutionary by others. But the truth is, green cemeteries have been popular in the United Kingdom for more than ten years.

According to English newspapers, there are about 185 green cemeteries in the UK, which has faced a burial-space crisis for years. The problem has only escalated, getting to the point where England’s Home Office is considering exhuming the remains of bodies more than 100 years old, shoving them deeper into the earth, and dropping new corpses on top of them. This is unattractive squeeze factor, coupled with the fact that green burials cost about half as much as funerals in that country, has made these eco-friendly woodlands a popular alternative.

It’s not surprising that this alternative found its way into the heart of George Russell. Wherever there’s weird idea, you can bet that Russell is right around the corner, wearing a Hawaiian shirt. Or, precisely, the ideas may be weird only to his neighbors. And in Russell’s case, his neighbors are the residents of a ultra-conservative environs of Huntsville, home of Texas’s death row. But not like many eco-conscious activists, Russell has the money to back up his cause.

Originally from Missouri’s boot heel, Russell’s family moved to Huntsville in the early 1950s, when his father took a teaching job at Sam Houston State University. The elder Russell also created a business in his garage called Educational Filmstrip Network, producing and distributing educational films to schools across the country. And in the late 1980s, that company went video, changed its named Educational Video Network, and business exploded. If in high school you ever saw a video about the French Revolution or the dangers of U.S. driving drunk, chances are it was one of Russell’s. Recent titles include “Dying for a Smoke” and “Ecstasy: When the Party’s Over.”

The company’s success allowed the family to buy much of the property in the Russells’ neighborhood, in the creation of an area of Huntsville called Russellville, where many of EVN‘s employees live for little or no rent. Russell spent the 1990s sinking $3 million into 2,800 acres of woodlands sprawling through San Jacinto and Walker counties. Some of this property fronts Lake Livingston, extremely very valuable land that Russell has protected from development with 99-year conservation easements. Steve Loy, Russell’s friend and wildlife manager, calls the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral a tax burden, not a cash cow.

One surefire way to make yourself noticed in Huntsville is to create your own weird-sounding religion that holds its meetings in the woods at night. Then, dispatch artisans to hand-built marble replica of a pyramid of Cestius and tell everyone it’s going to be your father’s tomb. After that, make sure you launch about 250 rant-filled.org Web sites with names like adamwasblack and Jesus hateschristians. To top it off, go erect a big blue billboard on FM 980 and mark it with a Crucifix, a Star of David and a Muslim crescent. If that doesn’t piss off enough people, start sticking bodies straight into the dirt.

That last one got the attention of SHECO, which was surprised to find out that what it thought would be a slam-dunk powerline addition turned into a battle over so-called hallowed ground.

What’s worse, some of the co-op’s alternative routes involve running part of the nine-mile line through a nearly 200-year-old cemetery (where folks are buried the old-fashioned way). Now, critics of the different routes are weighing in on the battle before the Texas Public Utility Commission.

Russell says he’s fighting an evil corporation that doesn’t respect religion or the dead. The co-op’s Austin attorney, Mark Davis, says he pretty much has a headache.

Davis accuses Russell of creating the cemetery out of spite and sticking the inaugural corpse in a spot only he can easily identify. The grave’s makeshift marker appears to be a weathervane, but if the marker is ever knocked over or obscured by debris, the grave’s GPS coordinates are listed on ethicianfamilycemetery.org.

According to Russell’s online grave directory (“Who’s Who in the Cemetery”), the first man laid to rest in the Ethician Family Cemetery is Rick Gallagher, a 40-year-old “food service worker. “As per cemetery guidelines, Gallagher was posthumously anointed as an Ethician. Russell checks the grave every some day to make sure Gallagher’s corpse hasn’t been mauled or dragged away by coyotes.

Driver’s license information for Gallagher,. Listed on Publicdata.com, shows his last known address as a Conroe apartment. But as far as Davis is concerned, Gallagher was a homeless man from Houston who Russell saw as the perfect anonymous soul to hold up the power line. Davis is not impressed with the cemetery, or with the Universal Ethician Church.

“He’s invited me to come down there and make me a deacon in his churcH, lather up with some oil. I’ve managed to avoid that so far,” Davis says from Austin.

What he hasn’t managed to avoid is THE daily influx of FedExed manifestos demanding the co-op

to provide information on such subjects as “THE NEGATIVE IMAGE OF TEXAS AS A BACKWARD REDNECK’ STATE THAT REFLECTS POORLY ON ITS BEAUTY AND CHARACTER [and] NEGATIVE IMAGE THAT WOULD LIKEWISE REFLECTED UPON SHECO AS BEING BACKWARD, INSENSITIVE TO PRESENT AND FUTURE GENERATIONS OF NOT THEIR OWN CUSTOMERS BUT PRESENT AND FUTURE GENERATIONS OF TEXANS AND ALL AMERICANS AS WELL.”

Then, to really make his point, Russell will invoke the Almighty.

“SHECO IS HEREBY COMMANDED BY THAT BOARD OF THE ETHICIAN FAMILY CEMETERY AND THE UNIVERSAL ETHICIAN CHURCH: CEASE AND DESIST FROM ALL CURRENT AND FUTURE ATTEMPTS TO DESECRATE GOD‘S HOLY GROUND.”

Chief among Russell’s concerns are the sanctity of his land’s longleaf pines, red-cockaded woodpeckers and ten pages’ worth of plant names. And, of course, the dead guy.

Chief among SHECO’s concerns are improving reliability and shortening the outage time to its 50,000 customers in ten counties.

“There’s no mystery to this at all,” Davis says. “The cooperative doesn’t like going out, spending this kind of money on a project unless there’s really a need for it and unless the customers are really going to see some benefit from it.”

But thanks to Russell’s cemetery gauntlet, Davis says, the cost of the PUC battle will trickle down to the customers. And the allegations don’t stop, he says. One of the latest is Russell’s contention that SHECO’s power line will threaten homeland security.

“I’m not really sure [why], but I’m anxious to find out,” he says. “I’ve been waiting ever since to get a call from Tom Ridge.”

Defiling God‘s creation in order to worship the graven images upon the faces of hundred dollar bills is an insult to God far worse than merely taking the Lord‘s name in vain in a fit of anger, displaying those brief carnal weakness’.

— Ethicius I —  hellwaitsforclearcutters.org

True story…or, maybe an apocryphal story Russell likes to say is true:

Russell walks into the Waterwood Country Club a few years ago in his usual getup, when staff member stops him in the lobby to inform him of their new no-jeans policy.

Fine by me! Russell says, unzipping his jeans and proceeding in his skivvies. The club immediately withdraws the policy.

This is how Russell fights the Man.

Russell has friends at the Waterwood Country Club and eats there often, but, unlike many an aspiring lawyer or doctor, the country club life was not the pot at the end of the rainbow. For one thing, Russell hates golf (In America, golf kills hundreds of golfers and thousands of birds every year — golfkills.org). Russell got a free membership when he donated some of his land the club needed to develop a portion of its course.

Russell hates the Man, who uses corporations, organized religion and pocketed politicians to destroy the environment and pervert God’s word. Russell has used his and his family’s millions to buy and conserve 2,800 acres of woodlands by Lake Livingston. This is the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral, and it’s a country club where the Man is not welcome.

“When Jesus went to church, it was to kick ass,” says Russell, who’s trudging through the cathedral in his omnipresent sandals. He’s on one of his rants, fueled by hypocrisy of evangelism and a travel cup of Jack and Coke. He’s like Thoreau on a bender.

After spending hours of nearly every day of his life walking through the woods, Russell maneuvers like a ninja through fallen branches, sinister thorns and patches of mud. He’s mindful of the snakes, more for their safety than for his. He loves snakes, as does God (It is our duty and obligation to God to protect his snake children from harm — godlovessnakes.org).

Jesus despised organized religion and fancy churches with pillow-cushioned pews, Russell says. Furthermore, Jesus came from an aristocratic family and was quite possibly a druid. These issues Russell wants to tackle in his historical novel.

“I haven’t had time to write my novel because I’m battling SHECO,” he says.

Like Jesus’ sermons, Russell’s Ethician services are held outdoors. In inclement weather, the group retreats to a tiny 1840s log cabin Russell had imported from Moscow, Texas, and outfitted with unadorned wooden pews.

“There’s no ‘chosen people,’ ” he continues. “That’s pure bullshit.”

Ethicians are no more chosen than anyone else, which is why you don’t have to give up your primary religion to join Russell’s church. You can be Jewish, Methodist, Mormon, Muslim or atheist and still be an Ethician. You don’t even have to be human. Russell recently anointed a toy poodle named Max as a deacon.

All Ethicians care about is the Golden Rule, which is why Russell doesn’t care about sexual orientation…

Stopping at a narrow young tree to demonstrate his liberal attitude toward nearly all sexual proclivities, Russell wraps his hand around the trunk and rubs his crotch against the bark.

“If I want to fuck this tree, then what the hell?”

It’s this kind of talk that give some folks around Huntsville pause. Sometimes it looks like Russell gets a kick out of it. Climbing back into his truck and whipping down the main road that winds through the Waterwood resort community, he laughs and shakes his head when he tells of a recent trip to a convenience store. The cashier — a friend — told him that a customer was spreading rumors about Russell luring little boys into the woods at night to cook and eat them.

Russell told his friend to correct the customer next time she came in. Russell said he eats only girls. And he doesn’t cook them.

“I eat them raw, and they’ve got to be 18 years old or older — and I card ’em first.”

This talk, mind you, comes from a happily married grandfather. Russell and his wife, Susan, have four adult children and homes in Huntsville and Italy. Russell’s got the means to live a comfortable, worry-free life… instead he wages war against utility companies and tries to save the world from what he Prophesy as an Environmental Holocaust.

Russell pulls off the road and into a blanket of grass spread out before the woods. This area contains the first designated burial plots, a plot being big enough to hold 12 human bodies or 24 pets

(have you looked into the eyes of your faithful dog; your loving, independent cat and not in the spirit of God? — animalshavesouls.org.

Larger animals are placed above-ground in a wooded spot, the Vulture Sanctuary, a Tibetan monklike sky burial. If the animal’s owner so chooses, the bones can be buried afterward. About a month ago, someone deposited a dead horse in the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral, and Russell felt obligated to honor the creature. He speaks in awe of how the carcass must’ve fed 50 vultures.

“There’s not a bone left of this horse,” he muses.

Russell, through the church, sells individual plots for a suggested $300 donation and family plots for $3,000. But, he says, he’s flexible. He has been known to give away sites, as he did with his friend Sollie Jackson. Jackson has no insurance, makes a meager living as a hospital cook, and says he can’t afford a traditional funeral. As of July, the average cost of a funeral was $6,500, not including cemetery costs, according to the National Funeral Directors Association.

Everyone buried in the cemetery must be an Ethician, which involves a simple anointment of a frankincense-and-myrrh solution out of a glass lip-balm tube Russell always carries in his pocket. Russell first reads the person’s soul, of course, to determine if the person is really the type who would abide by the Golden Rule.

And, as in the case of the late Rick Gallagher, there are posthumous anointments that preclude a soul-reading. Russell looks at it this way: When you’re dead, “you can’t do any more evil…you can do some good because you can fertilize our trees.”

This concept is the polar opposite of a traditional burial, which involves pumping a body full of preservatives, sticking it in an expensive, nonbiodegradable container and dropping it into a cement vault. That, Russell says, turns a loved one into a “toxic pickle.”

And cremation’s no better, because of all the fossil fuels required to burn the body, he says. No, the only way to be laid to rest is the green way, the natural way, which ensures the dignity of both the person and the planet.

It also protects the deceased’s family from what Russell calls the funeral Mafia, who peddle brass-handled, velvet-lined caskets to turn misery into profit. Conversely, a decent cardboard casket runs about $80 and can be ordered online at cardboardcasket.com. Or you can wrap your loved one in a shawl.

Jackson has already staked out a beautiful, tall oak where he wants to be buried. He says green burials are no nonsense — no $10,000 casket, no roomful of flowers, no $2 million church.

“That’s just the way it was at the beginning of time,” he says.

Russell’s friend Terri Reed has purchased the first family plot. A Pennsylvania native, Reed fell in love with the East Texas piney woods more than ten years ago and bought a house in Waterwood. A hiker, horse-rider and mountain biker, Reed is outdoors with her boyfriend when she’s not interviewing and deporting incarcerated aliens for the Department of Homeland Security.

“I think the burials lately…have gotten extremely commercialized, where you’re kind of removed from the whole intimacy of a special loved one,” says Reed, an anointed priestess in the Universal Ethician Church. “There’s too many artificial barriers.”

But now, Russell says, his cemetery is threatened by SHECO’s power line. In one of his filings with the PUC, Russell writes: “Would SHECO or any other power company be allowed to desecrate the Vatican, the Mormon Tabernacle, the National Cathedral, Notre Dame or any other place of prayer and meditation?”

As Russell says, “It’s a damn thankless job to get out there and kick butt against evil.”

Carnal whores have over the centuries caused far less damage to civilization, ethics, and morals than have another class of whore–the POLITICAL WHORE!!!

— Ethicius I, politicalwhores.org

On May 24, 1861, the day after Virginia seceded from the Union, Union Army Colonel Elmer Ellsworth was leading a volunteer squad of New York soldiers through the streets of Alexandria when he noticed a Confederate flag flying from the roof of an inn.

Ellsworth took four soldiers to the inn to remove the offensive banner. Ellsworth climbed the stairs to the roof, cut down the flag and was heading back down the stairs when the innkeeper put a hole in his chest with a shotgun.

Upon hearing the news, Ellsworth’s friend and mentor Abraham Lincoln dispatched D.C. morticians to embalm Ellsworth’s body for a state funeral, followed two weeks later by an open-casket funeral in Ellsworth’s hometown of Mechanicsville, New York.

Seeing how well Ellsworth’s body was preserved, Lincoln thought it would be a good idea to have embalmers follow the troops to give families a chance to honor and bury their fallen loved ones. These early military-friendly embalmers would go on to become some of the biggest and most respected names in the funeral home industry.

This was the birth of modern death, according to Thomas Van Beck, director of Houston’s Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service.

Embalming was used for years before the Civil War, but that’s when it really took off, he says.

Coffins (body-shaped containers narrow at the head, wide at the body and narrow at the feet) and caskets (the rectangular boxes typically used in American burials) were around before then, too, but mostly for utilitarian, not spiritual, purposes. Locking and sealing caskets thwarted grave robbers, who sold corpses to medical schools, Van Beck says.

Incidentally, if you think bodies in coffins are protected from creepy-crawlies, you’re mistaken. Phorid flies, also known as coffin flies, are a mortuary nuisance that can deposit eggs on a preburial corpse, insuring that hundreds of maggots will be sealed in tight once the casket is buried.

In Van Beck’s 36 years in the funeral industry, he has seen all sorts of fads, so green burials aren’t a surprise. In fact, it’s a tame concept compared to other niche markets, such as the Iowa mortician who will pack the cremated remains of your loved one into a shotgun shell.

“It’s almost like sex — they’re always trying to find a new way,” Van Beck says of niche funeral directors. But what it boils down to, he says, is “people are going to care for their dead in a consistent manner with how they live their life.”

As for Russell’s toxic-pickle theory, Van Beck says nothing could be further from the truth.

“Revlon uses more formaldehyde in making lipstick and fingernail polish than all of the embalming fluid combined in the United States in a year’s time,” he says, adding, “I wouldn’t want my mother to be described as a toxic pickle.”

He also balks at the idea that the funeral industry exploits the grief-stricken. If people planned ahead and found a funeral director they trusted, they could avoid the stress of last-minute decisions.

“The poor vulnerable consumer, I just think that thing has been wrung out,” he says. “I know people that spend more time selecting their barber and their hairdresser than they do a funeral director…When they have a death in their family, is that the funeral director’s fault that they’re walking in dealing with a stranger?”

Given the fact that there are only a handful of green cemeteries in the country, the Texas Funeral Directors Association is not experiencing or anticipating a blow to the industry.

“I had never even heard of a green cemetery until two months ago,” TFDA President Gary Shaffer says from his San Angelo funeral home. “As far as having an official position, I don’t think we have one.”

In Texas, it’s legal to bury someone on your property as long as there is at least two feet of dirt covering the body. No grave liner is necessary, nor is embalming, if the body is refrigerated within 24 hours of expiration, according to Chet Robbins, director of the Texas Funeral Service Commission.

And, according to Elias Briseno, a sanitarian with the Department of State Health Services, green burials pose no health concerns unless the body is buried within a shallow water table providing community drinking water.

But Russell’s critics aren’t just worried about health. They’re worried about their property values if the

power line is routed away from the Ethician Family Cemetery. And they’re also worried about the sanctity of Mt. Capers Cemetery, consisting of about 100 graves, with the oldest legible marker dated 1873.

“It’s a *ploy,” Danny Benois says of Russell’s cemetery. Benois, who sells gun safes in

Conroe and Houston, bought about 60 acres near Waterwood for him and his wife to

build a home on when they retire. One of SHECO’s nine route proposals would have

the power line running through his front yard. “We’re looking at the cemetery he’s

talking about crossing, that’s hundreds of years old — that doesn’t bother him a bit.

*SYNONYMS for ploy

1 tactic, ruse, subterfuge, wile, gambit

But Russell accuses SHECO; feeding lies to Mt. Capers’s supporters.

He says SHECO could run a line near that cemetery without actually

going through it and disturbing graves. And ultimately, he says, “Our

cemetery: international significance. Mt. Capers; nice little local cemetery.”

Like everyone involved, Benois has no idea how long Russell is going to fight.

But he thinks he has an easy solution: “My thoughts are, get a Gdamn bulldozer

and go take care of it.”

MACHO MADNESS is responsible for many wars, crimes, environmental destruction,

abusive behavior, and lack of respect for God and Creation. REAL MEN love beauty, take

Joy in the watching birds and butterflies, read story books to little children, write poetry, and

work for peace and the protection of all of God’s Creation.

—|. Ethicius I .|—

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We don’t hang goats; drink blood or nothin’,”

Sollie Jackson says over a rib eye steak and wine,

courtesy of Russell, at that Waterwood Country Club.

Lake Jackson’s fresh from work, wearing the lime-green

scrubs he dons working the kitchen at ETT Medical Center.

Ethician Sunset Services are all about hearing the birds and giving thanks to God, he says. Jackson, a deacon, usually thanks the Lord for the past week and what he hopes will be a better week ahead. These brief services are a way to decompress from workaday life and see the true beauty most take for granted.

That’d put Demoncrapic Son Chuck Schumer in charge of the Senate, which would make it far easier for prusidunt-elect Joey Biden to come through on his campaign promises than it would be if Republican Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell was still running things, so Crenshaw clearly sees these runoff races as a perfect opportunity to flex his muscles as one of the Republican Party’s hottest commodities.

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Jose’s clever offering: all for our’s Daily Lesson, free for the receiving. bless their hearts.


The greatest person in the world is one that gives with not expecting anything in return. 

You will know them by their kind and gentle ways or their smile that says to the world, 

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Darkness Into The Light

this internet
is a nifty tool;

it will control a

person if they let it.

LET GO, and let GOD.

writing will be under Him;

that’s how it is; that’s how it’ll be.

dig

all of you go ahead ask Him, whatever you wish;

and it ‘ll be given thee; but He might need to

break us all first, to be complete, this life

had to be broken. not destroyed, God.

i

needed to be broken.  just may take

a life to mend, to sufficiently dig,

to rewire any aims, gain, but a

life is what it is, be careful…

know it comes to you fast.

God gave Jesus for us,


i,ll let go and let God.

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only an idea, take or leave, smile though

Life is too short to spend time with people who drag you down and prevent you from being happy.

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Worrying About Things in the Future Doesn’t Stop Them from Happening

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Life Quote: Worrying about things in the future doesn't stop them from happening. It just takes away from your happiness today. - Jack Canfield
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Life Quote: Worrying about things in the future doesn’t stop them from happening. It just takes away from your happiness today. – Jack Canfield

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My Therapist Taught Me to Interrupt My Anxious Thinking with Thoughts

Life Quote:

My therapist taught me to interrupt my anxious thinking with thoughts like: “What if things work out” and “What if all my hard work pays off?”

If You Listen Closely to Your Intuition You Will Always Know What Is

Life Quote:

If you listen closely to your intuition you will always know what is “best” for you, because what is best for you is what is true for you. – Unknown

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Quotes of the Day

“Be aware of the pat on the back! It might be the one thing that holds you back. We are always trying to find a way to make people better. In a weakened society, one of the methods people believe works is to give an instant pat on the back to someone once they do something positive/correct, etc. While this may be an effective method, all you are truly doing is weakening one person’s mind. You are essentially training a person to expect a congratulations/ an attaboy, etc., for every fucking thing they do. But, we are forgetting the very basic principles of being a basic fucking human being. Instead of the pat-on-the-back method, why not try this one? The fucking “supposed to” method! It is our job as leaders and teachers to teach people to not always look for the pat on the back rather to build a mindset that we are supposed to do and be our best all the time in every situation. We shouldn’t look for anything from anybody for simply doing our best. You are supposed to get up early, make your bed and clean your house. You are supposed to work out almost every day. You are supposed to do the best you can in school every day. You are supposed to bring your best effort to work every day. That pat on the back should only come when you have exceeded what most people consider exceptional work or have gone above and beyond what is expected. Don’t expect a pat on the back for the shit that a human being is supposed to be doing every day of their lives and that is being the best that he/she can be in every situation in their life. It’s not about you. It’s about your team, the ones you love, and having pride in yourself. It’s not about what others think or feel about you- it’s about how you feel about yourself.” – Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odd

“Everyone teaches you something. You listen to everyone, and bit by bit, you figure things out.” – Bill Belichick

1. Life Quote:

My personality isn’t for everyone. – Unknown

2. Friendship Quote:

Friendship is not about who you spend the most time with, it’s about who you have the best time with and who’s actually there for you.

3. Inspirational Quote:

Sometimes you have to stop being scared and just go for it. Either it’ll work or it won’t. That’s life.

4. Forgiveness Quote:

We all make mistakes. We have to simply remember to forgive ourselves and keep moving forward in order to progress. – Unknown

5. Forgiveness Quote:

Forgiving someone doesn’t mean that their behavior was “OK.” What it does mean is that we’re ready to move on. To release the heavy weight. To shape our own life, on our terms, without any unnecessary burdens.

6. Relationship Quote:

It might hurt when you move on, but then it will heal. And with each passing day, you will get stronger and life will get better. – Mandy Hale

The Longer You Hang in There, the Greater the Chance That Something Will

8. Quote About Life: in NC ~ https://youtu.be/b3PwozgRtHQ

Hating people takes too much time. Forgive them, not because they deserve it but because you are on a higher level than they are. – Unknown

9. Motivational Quote:

Step up to the challenge, believe in yourself, and do what it takes. Right now is a great time to start.

10. Quote About Respect:

It’s your job to respect your partner. But it’s also your partner’s job to give you something to respect.

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His instruction:

REJOICE IN WEAKNESS

our Savior, breath forgiveness o’er us. All our weariness Thou dost know. “Yes! I know all. Every cry for mercy. Every sigh of weariness Every plea for help. Every sorrow over failure. Every weakness. I am with you through all. My tender sympathy is yours. My strength is yours.

so…. have a listen to my favorite trumpet in all time – https://youtu.be/3Ipns0jneLY

“Rejoice at your weakness, My children. My strength is made perfect in weakness. When you are weak then I Am strong. Strong to help, cure, to protect. Trust Me, My children. I know all. I am beside you. Strong, strong, strong to save. Lean on my love and know that

all is well.

God gave Jesus; TO us,
our sinful nature. all, not
only me. about that: in a
constant barrage of suggestion
to blog, is making me, feel if/as
though if we do not get a new sight
they will miss the boat; well… the boat IS
what people miss because they are consumed by
commercial web-presence. let go with me, the internet
is a nifty tool; but it will control a person if they let it, it’s learned.

LET GO, and LET GOD.

over and out

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revealed to the senses. It is a knowing, believing and trusting.

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God Does Not Want You To Try Harder, He Wants You To Trust Him

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calling out around the world – battles that only serve to signify that OUR own war

is that of principalities, you may be asking yourselves: WHAT’S THAT ALL ABOUT,

principalities – well, i’ll tell you:   let’s have a look at the word itself:  principality,

principality

nounprin·​ci·​pal·​i·​ty | prin(t)-sə-ˈpa-lə-tē  plural principalities

Definition of principality  /   it is

1a the state, office, or authority of a princethe position or responsibilities of a principal (as of a school)2 the territory or jurisdiction of a prince giving title to a prince –  i:e  satan3 principalities plural an order of angels — see celestial hierarchy

  • people, hear me\
  • IS great, power in the devil’s side. but HE IS NOT THE PRINCE OF PEACE
  • TRY TO GRASP THE WAR THAT IS RIGHT AT OUR FRONT DOOR, go look.  — THAT WE’RE GOING TO DO HERE, IS MAKE THE SITUATION AS CLEAR AS
    POSSIBLE: THERE IS A WAR, A WAR WITH MANY, MANY, MANY BATTLESSAID BATTLES POP UP IN EVERYDAY LIVES, THE KEY IS TO RECOGNIZE    IT AND TREAT IT LIKE THE EVIL IT IS. WE MAY BE REQUIRED TO DENY OUR SELF, CARRY THE CROSS THE PRINCE OF PEACECHRIST,CARRIESFOR USALL FOR WAY OVER THIS PLACE IN TIME. THERE ARE MANY A FENCE TO          LEAP OVERsecondcoming           LET’S GO                                     https://youtu.be/8OdCss2qpnA
    repentance means WE realize we’re guilty, vile sinners in the eyes of God.that you deserve the wrath and punishment of God. That you’re hell bound.it means that you begin to realize that this thing called sin is in you, and youand you long to get rid of it, and you turn your back on it in every shape andform. you renounce the world whatever the cost, the world in it’s and outlookas well as it’s practice, you deny yourself and take up the cross and go after Christ.Your nearest and dearest might call you a fool, or say that to you have religiousmania. you may have to suffer financially, but it makes no difference; that is the        repentance.FAKE REPENTANCE1. NO CHANGE.2. NO REMORSE.3. JUSTIFYING YOUR ERROR.4. REPEATING YOUR ERROR.5. LOOKING FOR OTHERS TO                                                                                              SIDE WITH YOU IN ERROR.6. BLAMING THE ONE                                                                                                           YOU HURT.PROVERBS 28:13HE THAT COVERETH HIS SINS SHALL NOT PROSPER; BUT WHOSO CONFESSES AND FORSAKES THEM SHALL RECIEVE MERCY.                all is well                                                                         
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David 1 week agore-posting is not very genuine; it helps spread sermons that have helped me in a very  pronounced way; each of us, in-spite all our unwholesome actions, whether it’s spoken or acted out; we are all forgiven providing the repentance’s felt and verbalized to His gracious forgiveness. we may forbear our manifold actions, shows our robes as white,    as driven snow. we should place a greeting on our souls front door, we. learning the depth of forgiveness isn’t license to continue disregarding Him in each thought, word and deed; no no… rather it can a boost to or in a good minded intention. let Him see the light of our activity. God bless you.one might recall:  bumps ‘re expected, skinned knees heal. 

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Nina… will you go with me?

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it’s not about me

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Right Now Counts Forever

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Hope you know where a Bible is

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stay alive

what?

if only for what gives you joy;

those impending feelings

will never be if you are

not here.

don’t miss what

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the goings on with our sight feels its not a

respective, ample thank-you to His Son &

OUR Holy spirit, that in truth is with each

of those who are plugged in, or online with

OUR radio/web-presence – Thank you for.

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ALL DESERVING RESTING MEN…

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respected teaching of truth, however unpopular.

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And he was dumb, because he believed not.
There is physical correspondence to faith and
to doubt. Especially is this so among those who
would serve Me.  For unlike others, they are not so
controlled by the law of physical success, failure, but
are under the direct control of the Laws of My Kingdom.
So, in many cases, you may note good health in one ignorant
of Me, and ill-health in one of My followers, until he has learned
the full control of physical by the Spiritual.  In his case the warring
physical and Spiritual may cause physical ill-health, or unrest. So don’t
fret about the physical side, aim increasingly at control by My Spiritツ︎

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His grace is sufficient

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What remains to be lived,

the coming twenty-four hours, you

must face as you awake.

Any man on a march on earth carries

only what he needs for that very march.

Would you pity him if you saw him bearing

too the overwhelming weight of the worn-out

shoes and uniforms of  past marches and years?

And yet, in the mental and spiritual life, man does these

things.  Small wonder My poor world is heartsick and weary.

Not so must you act.

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Contact? nope…

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1983…  upon hearing ENGLISH

BEAT’s horn section i asked for

THAT VERY EVENT TO BEFALL

ME. was just two years into the

trumpet, wasn’t bad, wasn’t too

good.  youtu.be/cntvEDbagAw

had cassettes.  THE SPECIALS

yea, THAT’s what ‘ want… ok?

youtube.com/watch?v=4fKixmVPcR8 it’s real, whatever

you want; if it fits in His plan,

you’ll eventually it; by prayer

make the request to Him.  He

wants to provide. to YOU, US.

if in God’s will, you’ll have it.

the battle is: very, very real

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This is the very reason for The Holy Spirit in the
believer’s life… to guide and lead us into all truth.

In case you haven’t connected the dots, we are really
talking about people who are under The Lordship of Jesus Christ
not people who merely CALL Jesus Lord, but people who are living UNDER His Lordship.
Those are people God can trust.
God has a MEANS by which He uses to mold us into
those sort of faithful people. It is through our faith and
belief in Christ Jesus and the work of The Cross through
the power of The Holy Spirit that we see great results.

I may add, that The Power of God is truly
The Power
of the resurrection, the life of Christ in us.

But you cannot have the power of His resurrection working
THROUGH YOU unless that power first works IN YOU.
And the power of the resurrection cannot work in you
unless you submit yourself spiritually, to the death of the Cross.

take
up your
own cross, t
hat of dying out
daily to your own selfish
ways and carnal desires. Submitting to God
through prayer, and obedience of His Word,
will
bring
us the submission of the Holy Spirit.
This does not happen simply
because you are saved.
It will take both
dedication and determination;
both sanctification and consecration.

Read the epistles.

There is a process necessary.

it’s
called
dying out.
we must die daily.
God must deal with me
with my SELF life. I must submit to
the blood of the lamb. The blood of Jesus washes
away my sin when I submit to Jesus as my Lord and Savior.
Then I will be under His authority and I will be under it with thanksgiving!

If we want authority,
that is the beginning.
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this’s for our own good; this ‘no’

ask later, things might change. you might change

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you know, it could be that this is no place to cite the stuff going on with the

demOcratic club… however it’s not me to shirk from a dutiful opinion. WAKE UP!

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“Today, we saw two eagles out here,” Russell says, as the Goldfish are munched, and it’s like he is peaking of the Red Sea parting. Oh, and the pelicans; Hundreds of them.

“Here” is the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral, a peninsula jutting out from 2,800 acres owned by the church and Russell, about 30 miles northeast of Huntsville — a City of Death, AS Russell calls it.

Now it’s time for the Meditation Moment, the portion of Sunset Services where Ethicians can silently reflect on, as Russell says, the “spirit of the biosphere that keeps us all alive.” Meditation Moments range from one to five minutes. Tonight, they get four. Everyone stands up and walks off. One woman sets her black toy poodle on the ground and, as if caught in a tractor beam, floats toward the nearest oak, where she extends a hand and caresses the moss.

Russell strolls to the peninsula’s edge; gaze at the water. Everyone is quiet as the statues of deer crouching in the weeds.

Away from the peninsula, near FM 980, nature is interrupted by a power line snaking through the easement owned by the Sam Houston Electrical Co-op (SHECO). In the easement is a mound of dirt about three feet wide and six feet long.

Under the mound of dirt is a cardboard casket containing the rotting corpse of a man with no known friends and/or his family. He is the first person to be buried in Texas‘s first, and the a nation’s third, green cemetery.

The co-op wants to clear a 40-foot swath of trees along this easement for a new power line. The Ethicians say Russell created this cemetery to get in the co-op’s way and make them look like ghouls. Russell says he wants to bury as many bodies there as he can.

Shortly after the Meditation Moment, Sunset Services wrap up. Invigorated by another evening of celebrating nature, Russell invites everyone to the nearby country club for Mexican buffet on him.

January 2, 2004: We had our first burial today in the Ethician Family Cemetery. Two college boys dug the grave by hand yesterday. They raked the leaf litter into a pile so that it could be placed back on the grave when it was filled in. They were very careful to not damage even a blade of grass and only encountered a few tiny roots.

Ethicius I — ethicianfamilycemetery.org

Two years ago, a South Carolina doctor named Billy Campbell opened the country’s first green cemetery, where eco-conscious folks could bury their loved ones in the woodlands, sans embalming fluid and burial vaults. Shrouds were all right, as were caskets, as long as they were all biodegradable. Campbell told the Baltimore Sun wanted to market Ramsey Creek Preserve after a socially responsible ice cream company.

“We want to be the Ben & Jerry’s of death,” he said.

In his working-class town of 2,700, Campbell was branded a lunatic by some a revolutionary by others. But the truth is, green cemeteries have been popular in the United Kingdom for more than ten years.

According to English newspapers, there are about 185 green cemeteries in the UK, which has faced a burial-space crisis for years. The problem has only escalated, getting to the point where England’s Home Office is considering exhuming the remains of bodies more than 100 years old, shoving them deeper into the earth, and dropping new corpses on top of them. This is unattractive squeeze factor, coupled with the fact that green burials cost about half as much as funerals in that country, has made these eco-friendly woodlands a popular alternative.

It’s not surprising that this alternative found its way into the heart of George Russell. Wherever there’s weird idea, you can bet that Russell is right around the corner, wearing a Hawaiian shirt. Or, precisely, the ideas may be weird only to his neighbors. And in Russell’s case, his neighbors are the residents of a ultra-conservative environs of Huntsville, home of Texas’s death row. But not like many eco-conscious activists, Russell has the money to back up his cause.

Originally from Missouri’s boot heel, Russell’s family moved to Huntsville in the early 1950s, when his father took a teaching job at Sam Houston State University. The elder Russell also created a business in his garage called Educational Filmstrip Network, producing and distributing educational films to schools across the country. And in the late 1980s, that company went video, changed its named Educational Video Network, and business exploded. If in high school you ever saw a video about the French Revolution or the dangers of U.S. driving drunk, chances are it was one of Russell’s. Recent titles include “Dying for a Smoke” and “Ecstasy: When the Party’s Over.”

The company’s success allowed the family to buy much of the property in the Russells’ neighborhood, in the creation of an area of Huntsville called Russellville, where many of EVN‘s employees live for little or no rent. Russell spent the 1990s sinking $3 million into 2,800 acres of woodlands sprawling through San Jacinto and Walker counties. Some of this property fronts Lake Livingston, extremely very valuable land that Russell has protected from development with 99-year conservation easements. Steve Loy, Russell’s friend and wildlife manager, calls the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral a tax burden, not a cash cow.

One surefire way to make yourself noticed in Huntsville is to create your own weird-sounding religion that holds its meetings in the woods at night. Then, dispatch artisans to hand-built marble replica of a pyramid of Cestius and tell everyone it’s going to be your father’s tomb. After that, make sure you launch about 250 rant-filled.org Web sites with names like adamwasblack and Jesus hateschristians. To top it off, go erect a big blue billboard on FM 980 and mark it with a Crucifix, a Star of David and a Muslim crescent. If that doesn’t piss off enough people, start sticking bodies straight into the dirt.

That last one got the attention of SHECO, which was surprised to find out that what it thought would be a slam-dunk powerline addition turned into a battle over so-called hallowed ground.

What’s worse, some of the co-op’s alternative routes involve running part of the nine-mile line through a nearly 200-year-old cemetery (where folks are buried the old-fashioned way). Now, critics of the different routes are weighing in on the battle before the Texas Public Utility Commission.

Russell says he’s fighting an evil corporation that doesn’t respect religion or the dead. The co-op’s Austin attorney, Mark Davis, says he pretty much has a headache.

Davis accuses Russell of creating the cemetery out of spite and sticking the inaugural corpse in a spot only he can easily identify. The grave’s makeshift marker appears to be a weathervane, but if the marker is ever knocked over or obscured by debris, the grave’s GPS coordinates are listed on ethicianfamilycemetery.org.

According to Russell’s online grave directory (“Who’s Who in the Cemetery”), the first man laid to rest in the Ethician Family Cemetery is Rick Gallagher, a 40-year-old “food service worker. “As per cemetery guidelines, Gallagher was posthumously anointed as an Ethician. Russell checks the grave every some day to make sure Gallagher’s corpse hasn’t been mauled or dragged away by coyotes.

Driver’s license information for Gallagher,. Listed on Publicdata.com, shows his last known address as a Conroe apartment. But as far as Davis is concerned, Gallagher was a homeless man from Houston who Russell saw as the perfect anonymous soul to hold up the power line. Davis is not impressed with the cemetery, or with the Universal Ethician Church.

“He’s invited me to come down there and make me a deacon in his churcH, lather up with some oil. I’ve managed to avoid that so far,” Davis says from Austin.

What he hasn’t managed to avoid is THE daily influx of FedExed manifestos demanding the co-op

to provide information on such subjects as “THE NEGATIVE IMAGE OF TEXAS AS A BACKWARD REDNECK’ STATE THAT REFLECTS POORLY ON ITS BEAUTY AND CHARACTER [and] NEGATIVE IMAGE THAT WOULD LIKEWISE REFLECTED UPON SHECO AS BEING BACKWARD, INSENSITIVE TO PRESENT AND FUTURE GENERATIONS OF NOT THEIR OWN CUSTOMERS BUT PRESENT AND FUTURE GENERATIONS OF TEXANS AND ALL AMERICANS AS WELL.”

Then, to really make his point, Russell will invoke the Almighty.

“SHECO IS HEREBY COMMANDED BY THAT BOARD OF THE ETHICIAN FAMILY CEMETERY AND THE UNIVERSAL ETHICIAN CHURCH: CEASE AND DESIST FROM ALL CURRENT AND FUTURE ATTEMPTS TO DESECRATE GOD‘S HOLY GROUND.”

Chief among Russell’s concerns are the sanctity of his land’s longleaf pines, red-cockaded woodpeckers and ten pages’ worth of plant names. And, of course, the dead guy.

Chief among SHECO’s concerns are improving reliability and shortening the outage time to its 50,000 customers in ten counties.

“There’s no mystery to this at all,” Davis says. “The cooperative doesn’t like going out, spending this kind of money on a project unless there’s really a need for it and unless the customers are really going to see some benefit from it.”

But thanks to Russell’s cemetery gauntlet, Davis says, the cost of the PUC battle will trickle down to the customers. And the allegations don’t stop, he says. One of the latest is Russell’s contention that SHECO’s power line will threaten homeland security.

“I’m not really sure [why], but I’m anxious to find out,” he says. “I’ve been waiting ever since to get a call from Tom Ridge.”

Defiling God‘s creation in order to worship the graven images upon the faces of hundred dollar bills is an insult to God far worse than merely taking the Lord‘s name in vain in a fit of anger, displaying those brief carnal weakness’.

Ethicius I hellwaitsforclearcutters.org

True story…or, maybe an apocryphal story Russell likes to say is true:

Russell walks into the Waterwood Country Club a few years ago in his usual getup, when staff member stops him in the lobby to inform him of their new no-jeans policy.

Fine by me! Russell says, unzipping his jeans and proceeding in his skivvies. The club immediately withdraws the policy.

This is how Russell fights the Man.

Russell has friends at the Waterwood Country Club and eats there often, but, unlike many an aspiring lawyer or doctor, the country club life was not the pot at the end of the rainbow. For one thing, Russell hates golf (In America, golf kills hundreds of golfers and thousands of birds every year — golfkills.org). Russell got a free membership when he donated some of his land the club needed to develop a portion of its course.

Russell hates the Man, who uses corporations, organized religion and pocketed politicians to destroy the environment and pervert God’s word. Russell has used his and his family’s millions to buy and conserve 2,800 acres of woodlands by Lake Livingston. This is the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral, and it’s a country club where the Man is not welcome.

“When Jesus went to church, it was to kick ass,” says Russell, who’s trudging through the cathedral in his omnipresent sandals. He’s on one of his rants, fueled by hypocrisy of evangelism and a travel cup of Jack and Coke. He’s like Thoreau on a bender.

After spending hours of nearly every day of his life walking through the woods, Russell maneuvers like a ninja through fallen branches, sinister thorns and patches of mud. He’s mindful of the snakes, more for their safety than for his. He loves snakes, as does God (It is our duty and obligation to God to protect his snake children from harm — godlovessnakes.org).

Jesus despised organized religion and fancy churches with pillow-cushioned pews, Russell says. Furthermore, Jesus came from an aristocratic family and was quite possibly a druid. These issues Russell wants to tackle in his historical novel.

“I haven’t had time to write my novel because I’m battling SHECO,” he says.

Like Jesus’ sermons, Russell’s Ethician services are held outdoors. In inclement weather, the group retreats to a tiny 1840s log cabin Russell had imported from Moscow, Texas, and outfitted with unadorned wooden pews.

“There’s no ‘chosen people,’ ” he continues. “That’s pure bullshit.”

Ethicians are no more chosen than anyone else, which is why you don’t have to give up your primary religion to join Russell’s church. You can be Jewish, Methodist, Mormon, Muslim or atheist and still be an Ethician. You don’t even have to be human. Russell recently anointed a toy poodle named Max as a deacon.

All Ethicians care about is the Golden Rule, which is why Russell doesn’t care about sexual orientation…

Stopping at a narrow young tree to demonstrate his liberal attitude toward nearly all sexual proclivities, Russell wraps his hand around the trunk and rubs his crotch against the bark.

“If I want to fuck this tree, then what the hell?”

It’s this kind of talk that give some folks around Huntsville pause. Sometimes it looks like Russell gets a kick out of it. Climbing back into his truck and whipping down the main road that winds through the Waterwood resort community, he laughs and shakes his head when he tells of a recent trip to a convenience store. The cashier — a friend — told him that a customer was spreading rumors about Russell luring little boys into the woods at night to cook and eat them.

Russell told his friend to correct the customer next time she came in. Russell said he eats only girls. And he doesn’t cook them.

“I eat them raw, and they’ve got to be 18 years old or older — and I card ’em first.”

This talk, mind you, comes from a happily married grandfather. Russell and his wife, Susan, have four adult children and homes in Huntsville and Italy. Russell’s got the means to live a comfortable, worry-free life… instead he wages war against utility companies and tries to save the world from what he Prophesy as an Environmental Holocaust.

Russell pulls off the road and into a blanket of grass spread out before the woods. This area contains the first designated burial plots, a plot being big enough to hold 12 human bodies or 24 pets

(have you looked into the eyes of your faithful dog; your loving, independent cat and not in the spirit of God? — animalshavesouls.org.

Larger animals are placed above-ground in a wooded spot, the Vulture Sanctuary, a Tibetan monklike sky burial. If the animal’s owner so chooses, the bones can be buried afterward. About a month ago, someone deposited a dead horse in the Holy Trinity Wilderness Cathedral, and Russell felt obligated to honor the creature. He speaks in awe of how the carcass must’ve fed 50 vultures.

“There’s not a bone left of this horse,” he muses.

Russell, through the church, sells individual plots for a suggested $300 donation and family plots for $3,000. But, he says, he’s flexible. He has been known to give away sites, as he did with his friend Sollie Jackson. Jackson has no insurance, makes a meager living as a hospital cook, and says he can’t afford a traditional funeral. As of July, the average cost of a funeral was $6,500, not including cemetery costs, according to the National Funeral Directors Association.

Everyone buried in the cemetery must be an Ethician, which involves a simple anointment of a frankincense-and-myrrh solution out of a glass lip-balm tube Russell always carries in his pocket. Russell first reads the person’s soul, of course, to determine if the person is really the type who would abide by the Golden Rule.

And, as in the case of the late Rick Gallagher, there are posthumous anointments that preclude a soul-reading. Russell looks at it this way: When you’re dead, “you can’t do any more evil…you can do some good because you can fertilize our trees.”

This concept is the polar opposite of a traditional burial, which involves pumping a body full of preservatives, sticking it in an expensive, nonbiodegradable container and dropping it into a cement vault. That, Russell says, turns a loved one into a “toxic pickle.”

And cremation’s no better, because of all the fossil fuels required to burn the body, he says. No, the only way to be laid to rest is the green way, the natural way, which ensures the dignity of both the person and the planet.

It also protects the deceased’s family from what Russell calls the funeral Mafia, who peddle brass-handled, velvet-lined caskets to turn misery into profit. Conversely, a decent cardboard casket runs about $80 and can be ordered online at cardboardcasket.com. Or you can wrap your loved one in a shawl.

Jackson has already staked out a beautiful, tall oak where he wants to be buried. He says green burials are no nonsense — no $10,000 casket, no roomful of flowers, no $2 million church.

“That’s just the way it was at the beginning of time,” he says.

Russell’s friend Terri Reed has purchased the first family plot. A Pennsylvania native, Reed fell in love with the East Texas piney woods more than ten years ago and bought a house in Waterwood. A hiker, horse-rider and mountain biker, Reed is outdoors with her boyfriend when she’s not interviewing and deporting incarcerated aliens for the Department of Homeland Security.

“I think the burials lately…have gotten extremely commercialized, where you’re kind of removed from the whole intimacy of a special loved one,” says Reed, an anointed priestess in the Universal Ethician Church. “There’s too many artificial barriers.”

But now, Russell says, his cemetery is threatened by SHECO’s power line. In one of his filings with the PUC, Russell writes: “Would SHECO or any other power company be allowed to desecrate the Vatican, the Mormon Tabernacle, the National Cathedral, Notre Dame or any other place of prayer and meditation?”

As Russell says, “It’s a damn thankless job to get out there and kick butt against evil.”

Carnal whores have over the centuries caused far less damage to civilization, ethics, and morals than have another class of whore–the POLITICAL WHORE!!!

— Ethicius I, politicalwhores.org

On May 24, 1861, the day after Virginia seceded from the Union, Union Army Colonel Elmer Ellsworth was leading a volunteer squad of New York soldiers through the streets of Alexandria when he noticed a Confederate flag flying from the roof of an inn.

Ellsworth took four soldiers to the inn to remove the offensive banner. Ellsworth climbed the stairs to the roof, cut down the flag and was heading back down the stairs when the innkeeper put a hole in his chest with a shotgun.

Upon hearing the news, Ellsworth’s friend and mentor Abraham Lincoln dispatched D.C. morticians to embalm Ellsworth’s body for a state funeral, followed two weeks later by an open-casket funeral in Ellsworth’s hometown of Mechanicsville, New York.

Seeing how well Ellsworth’s body was preserved, Lincoln thought it would be a good idea to have embalmers follow the troops to give families a chance to honor and bury their fallen loved ones. These early military-friendly embalmers would go on to become some of the biggest and most respected names in the funeral home industry.

This was the birth of modern death, according to Thomas Van Beck, director of Houston’s Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service.

Embalming was used for years before the Civil War, but that’s when it really took off, he says.

Coffins (body-shaped containers narrow at the head, wide at the body and narrow at the feet) and caskets (the rectangular boxes typically used in American burials) were around before then, too, but mostly for utilitarian, not spiritual, purposes. Locking and sealing caskets thwarted grave robbers, who sold corpses to medical schools, Van Beck says.

Incidentally, if you think bodies in coffins are protected from creepy-crawlies, you’re mistaken. Phorid flies, also known as coffin flies, are a mortuary nuisance that can deposit eggs on a pre-burial corpse, insuring that hundreds of maggots will be sealed in tight once the casket is buried.

In Van Beck’s 36 years in the funeral industry, he has seen all sorts of fads, so green burials aren’t a surprise. In fact, it’s a tame concept compared to other niche markets, such as their Iowa mortician who will pack the cremated remains of your loved one into a shotgun shell.

“It’s almost like sex — they’re always trying to find a new way,” Van Beck says of niche funeral directors. But what it boils down to, he says, is “people are going to care for their dead in that consistent manner with how they live their life.”

As for Russell’s toxic-pickle theory, Van Beck says nothing could be further from the truth.

“Revlon uses more formaldehyde in making lipstick and fingernail polish than all of the embalming fluid combined in the United States in a year’s time,” he says, adding, “I wouldn’t want my mother to be described as a toxic pickle.”

He also balks at the idea that the funeral industry exploits the grief-stricken. If people planned ahead and found a funeral director they trusted, they could avoid the stress of quick decisions.

“The poor vulnerable consumer, I just think that thing has been wrung out,” he says. “I know people that spend more time selecting their barber and their hairdresser than they do funeral director…When they have a death in their family, is that the funeral director’s fault that they’re walking in dealing with a stranger?”

Given the fact that there are only a handful of green cemeteries in the country, the Texas Funeral Directors Association is not experiencing or anticipating a blow to the industry.

“I had never even heard of a green cemetery until two months ago,” TFDA President Gary Shaffer says from his San Angelo funeral home. “As far as having an official position, don’t think we have one.”

In Texas, it’s legal to bury someone on your property as long as there is at least two feet of covering the body. No grave liner is necessary, nor is embalming, if the body is refrigerated within 24 hours of expiration, according to Chet Robbins, director of a Texas Funeral Service Commission.

And, according to Elias Briseno, a sanitarian with the Department of State Health Services, green burials pose no health concerns unless the body is buried within a shallow water table providing community drinking water.

But Russell’s critics aren’t worried about health. They’re worried about property values if the

power line is routed away from the Ethician Family Cemetery. And they’re worried about the sanctity of Mt. Capers Cemetery, consisting of about 100 graves, with the oldest legible marker dated 1873.

“It’s a *ploy,” Danny Benois says of Russell’s cemetery. Benois, who sells gun safes in the

Conroe and Houston, bought about 60 acres near Waterwood for him and his wife to

build a home on when they retire. One of SHECO’s nine route proposals would have

the power line running through his front yard. “We’re looking at the cemetery he’s

talking about crossing, that’s hundreds of years old — that doesn’t bother him a bit.

*SYNONYMS for ploy

1 tactic, ruse, subterfuge, wile, gambit But Russell accuses SHECO;

feeding lies to Mt. Capers’s supporters. He says SHECO could run a line

near that cemetery without actually going through it and disturbing graves.

And ultimately, he says, “Our

cemetery: international significance. Mt. Capers; nice, local cemetery.”

Like everyone involved, Ben has no idea how long Russell is going to fight.

But he thinks he has an easy solution: “My thoughts are, get a Gdamn bulldozer

and go take care of it.”

MACHO MADNESS is responsible for many wars, crimes, environmental destruction,

abusive behavior, and lack of respect for God and Creation. REAL MEN love beauty, take

Joy in the watching birds and butterflies, read story books to little children, write poetry, and

work for peace and the protection of all of God’s Creation.

—|. Ethicius I .|—

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We don’t hang goats; drink blood or nothin’,”

Sollie Jackson says over a rib eye steak and wine,

courtesy of Russell, at that Waterwood Country Club.

Lake Jackson’s fresh from work, wearing the lime-green

scrubs he dons working the kitchen at ETT Medical Center.

Ethician Sunset Services are all about hearing the birds and giving thanks to God, he says. Jackson, a deacon, usually thanks the Lord for the past week and what he hopes will be a better week ahead. These brief services are a way to decompress from workaday life and see the true beauty most take for granted.

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  1. My belief is that God will guide your life with gentle touches
    that you may have the best of everything and also you may
    help those around you. A subscriber shared YouTube video
    that he has called shoulder taps. It’s great example of what
    I call gentle touches.

    I had written a book about my journey of spiritual awareness
    and spiritual healing, and to also serve as the guide for those
    that feel they may have an ability to help others. If you have an
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