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Nothing of the past magnificence has ever gone, nor can it. That in all moments from then, during the present, and into the future, will it live, irrespective.

We were endowed with the Mind War, from before our first deliberation, in that first moment of life, that it was never to be new, but the heretofore.

To be exactly as our forebears wanted and where within their reason, in this place without conclusion in death.

Always has there been their magnificence and their glory, their inspiration and authority over our time.

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We dwell with the most powerful example ever and because the order of things yonder deemed new consitutes what does disparage and threaten, yet in so doing silently falls at our feet.

Pax Britannia

 

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Chronology

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The New Mind War

Adversitate. Custodi. Per Verum

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(C-V)

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