May 21, 2009, White Buffalo Calf Woman said…
My Beloved Grandmother Going Places,
This is your heart song, not mine. I hear it in the wind and am able to write it and sing it for you! There are musical notes if I record the Song. Maybe next time, I can do this for you.

We all have access to the Wind, the motion of the Soul World. Here Heaven is where you rely, the place of all the doors and destinies that arise. This is how we all know the same information, while we pray. All and each of us have many talents, we need recognize our own. I know Grandmother Space is always the embrace of molecules. The law of implosion of the dreamworld to be real in the physical manifestation of walking and talking the way.
aho, White Buffalo Calf Woman
May 17, 2009, White Buffalo Calf Woman said…
Grand Parent Going Places
Your Heart's Song Today...

There is never a time that longs for you than now which is here to stay, my heart is the blossom that unfolds and always knows the Rose. It's wisdom I have come to know, the wills of all of Mankind, but in my Heart the Song rings true, the never ending time.

Come hold me and tither we will go and look beyond all the doors. We can always have the time to play, because Heaven always knows. We are only here once for an eternity and we had better enjoy the ride, for always is forever and time doesn't stand still if you only look at the Rose. We must dream and see the other flowers the ones that go to and fro. Here you will find the echoes of all our lost time and see how Heaven unfolds. Listen my children, I will always be here, to open and close the door, but if you think I'm going to let you inside just to hide, come think it's only for those, yes indeed. It's only for those who know the Rose.

(the Red Road, the law of love, which whispers in the Wind our Fragrant heart of the Yellow Song Bird, the Dream.)

Sung by White Buffalo Calf Woman

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Thursday, November 26, 2009

Hate in Religion and What does the Qur'an say about terrorism?

Hate is a common thread with Religion all over the world! This is why ministers, pastors, clergy, rabbis and other words used as Servants to the Church are not recognized, as leaders of LOVE.

We need understand that we all have an understanding of what LOVE is.  To defend is not the same as attack upon another, however, this has been twisted to serve those who have not forgiven. Even the word defend has been given a perspective in the fact that we are guilty until proven innocent.  We must understand TRUTH and how it is brought from heaven to earth.  LOVE is a Servant to others, even willing to die, to serve and practice LOVE.  Defending is not Law of LOVE.  Validating is the LAW of LOVE.

The Koran (Quaran) has been written by men serving the Christal person, Mohammad, who is ordained from heaven to bring the laws to earth.  Yet Mohammad could not read or write and could not take this to the people in any form other than oral tradition.  And as you know, if you say one word at the beginning of a line of people, then at the end, the entire word or phrase is not held in context and misinterpreted.  This is because each of us, has a different perspective or rainbow colors of the same oneness.  It's like looking at the world from a different point of view, like watching someone cross the road.  Some would recognize the road.  Some would recognize the person.  Some would recognize the surrounding.  And the truth is usually when all are put together, that truth prevails.  This also stands true to Religion.

In Judaism, it is the Torah or Pentateuch (called by Christians), is the only book written by a Christal person, Moses, who has brought the laws of God unto earth.  However, there are many oral traditions, that have been changed by leaders of the community, which are now considered law, and the Torah is often considered secondary to the words of other texts.  When we decide to show a perspective, or STORY, by someone, then we are seeing the VIEWPOINT of one person.  This is often NOT the TRUTH. For it is only a Christal person, who can bring TRUTH to the world, because they consist of the Oneness point of view, where TRUTH lies and LAWS of God can be brought to earth.

In Christianity, most of the books of the Bible was written by those who gave a perspective.  Yet many consider this book to speak truth.  However, it is only the first five books, which were actually written by a Christal person, MOSES, that are TRUE LAW. However, in translation, even these five books have been changed to fit the perspective of another or someone, and not necessarily TRUTH by a CHRISTAL person.

Below is a story that supports Hatred, by the context of defending and upstanding to laws of God or ONENESS, which have been convoluted, to the perspective of part of the ONENESS and therefore not truth.  This is a time of Prophecy and many who feel the need to transgress and protect their religion have gone to serve HATRED, instead of LOVE and FORGIVENESS.  We need realize that Heaven is coming home now, and true love is waiting within our hearts, and acted in sacred union without.

Love does not punish, but validate another voice.  However, if a voice is harming another, we need to validate their hurt and pain, then we need speak of LOVE, to the point of fighting for LOVE (this means we have forgiven our transgressor), and not for Fighting for HATRED. As we learn to have the voice of ONENESS, we can learn to be SACRED in our hearts (soul) and in our bodies (flesh), but realizing that TRUTH can only come from a Christal (crystal) person.  Because only the Christal person can read the Book of Life within each of us.

But how do we know what truth is?  If one is blessed, meaning a person who is willing to offer blessings and receive blessings, then one is usually able to know true love.  Love means that we are able to suffer for another, like we do for our children.  Suffering for love, is what those of the Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy are able to distinguish as TRUE LOVE.  When we forgive others and live a sacred way of life each and every single day of our lives, we walk the Red Road, or LAW of LOVE. Many in the world do not walk this path, until we are able to forgive others who have committed crimes against them.  This is LOVE. Truth is one who is able to forgive others transgressions, without retaliation.  

To defend land is not the same as conquering land, but we have twisted this law to serve our own needs to be in control.  WE must remember that the ONENESS of God is in control and every day, we must accept all as divine, to receive and learn from a world which seems upside down.  What is wrong is often right.  And what is right, is often considered wrong in a world of a time of Prophecy.  This was written by many long ago which is now being lived and acted out in our world of Earth.  

Below is a story of a Warrior who is commemorated for being a martyr, after he committed a hate crime.  This is how a story of Islam has transgressed from TRUTH to FALLACY. True love gives up a life, to protect others from harm, not to kill others who are innocent of committing no crime at all. 

We are moving from the second phase of evolution where only light of earth or flesh of our bodies have been recognized to the third phase of evolution where heaven, the dark body of our souls and earth, the light body of our flesh are folding into ONE being, our selves.  This unity, called the Blue and Red Road which cross bring us to a place of unity within, called being born again in our Spiritual ONENESS.  This is part of our evolution.  We are learning to be unified with heaven and earth, to bring us into a new paradigm or shift of our realities, of what LOVE really is.  When we become servants to others, then we become Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy, to rise to the inner ONENESS, called TRUE LOVE.  However, what still exists is the fact that we each have a perspective.  And it is very important for all of us to share our stories with one another, rather than hiding our knowing.  But it is only the Christal person who can really know TRUTH, as they, each and every one of them, know ONENESS, and crowned from heaven to bring these laws to earth. In the third phase of evolution called the Dawning, LAW of LOVE is the unification of recognizing HEAVEN upon EARTH.

Religion was to teach us and prepare us to recognize each others perspective and to understand, that we all need each other, to know TRUTH.  Peace is the result of this wisdom, which our enlightened children are teaching us right now, with very profound skills.  But our interpretation of these skills are not always truth.  Truth comes when we seek within prayer, where ONENESS is known in our Souls.  Each of us, belong to each other, including the religion of others.  Together, Religion around the entire world, brings GOD or ONENESS, and when we stop deciding one is better than the other, we can start to learn another's story or perspective. 

Let us all pray for each other and in a time of prophecy, live sacred in our thoughts and deeds.  To say, that we are fighting only for LOVE, and not for Hatred.  Hatred is against the law of Earth and Heaven, yet we do not stand upright to these knowings.  Let a new dawning come forth, when LAW of Heaven is brought to earth, when the folding of darkness and lightness unify as ONE.  Gift knowledge to each other and stand up for what is right, to know ONENESS and the unification of LOVE between our Souls and our Flesh.

your devoted servant,
White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother
Elder Christal Person, wakan iyeshka or holy interpreter

In Houston Today!

Today I went to the Harwin Central Mall to pick up some Crystals.. The very first store that you come to when you walk from the lobby of the building into the shopping area had this sign posted on their door.. The shop is run by Muslims. I couldn't stay in the building, it made me so sick.  Feel free to share this with others. 
Servant to the people....

Imam Ali flew one of the planes into the twin towers.  Nice huh?  Religion of peace?


Aren't there some verses of the Qur'an that condone "killing the infidel"?

Question: Aren't there some verses of the Qur'an that condone "killing the infidel"?
Answer: The Qur'an commands Muslims to stick up for themselves in a defensive battle -- i.e. if an enemy army attacks, then Muslims are to fight against that army until they stop their aggression. All of the verses that speak about fighting/war in the Qur'an are in this context.

There are some specific verses that are very often "snipped" out of context, either by critics of Islam discussing "jihadism," or by misguided Muslims themselves who wish to justify their aggressive tactics.

"Slay Them" - If They Attack You First

For example, one verse (in its snipped version) reads: "slay them wherever you catch them" (Qur'an 2:191). But who is this referring to? Who are "they" that this verse discusses? The preceding and following verses give the correct context:

"Fight in the cause of God those who fight you, but do not transgress limits; for God loves not transgressors. And slay them wherever you catch them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out; for tumult and oppression are worse than slaughter... But if they cease, God is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful... If they cease, let there be no hostility except to those who practice oppression" (2:190-193).

It is clear from the context that these verses are discussing a defensive war, when a Muslim community is attacked without reason, oppressed and prevented from practicing their faith. In these circumstances, permission is given to fight back -- but even then Muslims are instructed not to transgress limits, and to cease fighting as soon as the attacker gives up. Even in these circumstances, Muslim are only to fight directly against those who are attacking them, not innocent bystanders or non-combatants.

"Fight the Pagans" - If They Break Treaties

A similar verse can be found in chapter 9, verse 5 -- which in its snipped, out of context version could read: "fight and slay the pagans wherever ye find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war)." Again, the preceding and following verses give the context.

This verse was revealed during a historical period when the small Muslim community had entered into treaties with neighboring tribes (Jewish, Christian, and pagan). Several of the pagan tribes had violated the terms of their treaty, secretly aiding an enemy attack against the Muslim community. The verse directly before this one instructs the Muslims to continue to honor treaties with anyone who has not since betrayed them, because fulfilling agreements is considered a righteous action. Then the verse continues, that those who have violated the terms of the treaty have declared war, so fight them... (as quoted above).

Directly after this permission to fight, the same verse continues, "but if they repent, and establish regular prayers and practice regular charity, then open the way for them... for God is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful." The subsequent verses instruct the Muslims to grant asylum to any member of the pagan tribe/army who asks for it, and again reminds that "as long as these stand true to you, stand ye true to them: for God loves the righteous."


Any verse that is quoted out of context misses the whole point of the message of the Qur'an. Nowhere in the Qur'an can be found support for indiscriminate slaughter, the killing of non-combatants, or murder of innocent persons in 'payback' for another people's alleged crimes.

The Islamic teachings on this subject can be summed up in the following verses (Qur'an 60:7-8):
"It may be that God will grant love (and friendship) between you and those whom ye (now) hold as enemies. For God has power (over all things), and God is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

God does not forbid you, with regard to those who fight you not for (your) faith nor drive you out of your homes, from dealing kindly and justly with them: for God loves those who are just."

Question: What does the Qur'an say about terrorism?
Muslims claim that their faith promotes justice, peace, and freedom. Critics of the faith (and some Muslims themselves) cite verses from the Qur'an that seem to promote violent, armed warfare. How can these different images be reconciled?

Answer: The entire Qur'an, taken as a complete text, gives a message of hope, faith, and peace to a faith community of one billion people. The overwhelming message is that peace is to be found through faith in God, and justice among fellow human beings.

At the time the Qur'an was revealed (7th century A.D.), there was no United Nations or Amnesty International to keep the peace or expose injustice. Inter-tribal violence and vengeance was commonplace. As a matter of survival, one must have been willing to defend against aggression from all sides. Nevertheless, the Qur'an repeatedly urges forgiveness and restraint, and warns believers not to "transgress" or become "oppressors."

Some examples:
If anyone slays a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew all people. And if anyone saves a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all people. Qur'an 5:32

Invite all to the way of your Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching. And argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious... And if you punish, let your punishment be proportional to the wrong that has been done to you. But if you show patience, that is indeed the best course. Be patient, for your patience is from God. And do not grieve over them, or distress yourself because of their plots. For God is with those who restrain themselves, and those who do good. Qur'an 16:125-128

Oh you who believe! Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to God, even against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin, and whether it be against rich or poor, for God can best protect both. Follow not the cravings of your hearts, lest you swerve, and if you distort justice or decline to do justice, verily God is well acquainted with all that you do. Qur'an 4:135

The recompense for an injury is an injury equal thereto (in degree), but if a person forgives and makes reconciliation, his reward is due from God, for God loves not those who do wrong. But indeed, if any do help and defend themselves after a wrong done to them, against such there is no cause of blame. The blame is only against those who oppress men with wrongdoing and insolently transgress beyond bounds through the land,
defying right and justice. For such there will be a penalty grievous (in the Hereafter). But indeed, if any show patience and forgive, that would truly be an affair of great resolution. Qur'an 42:40-43

Goodness and evil are not equal. Repel evil with what is better. Then that person with whom there was hatred,
may become your intimate friend! And no one will be granted such goodness except those who exercise patience and self-restraint, none but people of the greatest good fortune. Qur'an 41:34-35

Does the Quran really command killing unbelievers?

Date: May 21, 2005 | 12 Rabi al-Akhir 1426 Hijriah
Subjects: islam, fiqh, condemn, terrorism
Hesham Hassaballa looks at the question: are Muslims really supposed to "kill all the unbelievers"?

Time and again, over and over and over again, I either read or hear from people that Islam calls for the murder of "infidels," or all those who are not Muslim. This perception is so pervasive, so entrenched, and I really do not know from where it comes. Yes, there are Muslims who do believe this: 19 of them crashed three planes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon, killing nearly 3,000 of my innocent American brothers and sisters. But, I don't know from where they got this idea. "It is the Qur'an, you idiot!!!" I am quite sure some of you just screamed that to your computer screen. Really? Where? I do not know of one verse which directs the believers to kill all "infidels." Yet, I am constantly reminded of the contrary, such as this verse:

"Now when you meet the unbelievers, smite their necks until you overcome them fully..." (47:4).

Or this one:

"O you who have attained to faith! Fight against those unbelievers who are near you and let them find you adamant, and know that God is with those who are conscious of Him" (9:123).

Or this one:

"O Prophet! Strive hard (lit., make "jihad") against the unbelievers and the hypocrites and be adamant with them... " (66:73).

Yet, perhaps the "poster child" of all the verses in the Qur'an which are cited as evidence that Islam calls for the murder of infidels is this one, the so-called "Verse of the Sword":

"Slay the pagans wherever you may come upon them, and take them captive, and besiege them, and lie in wait for them at every conceivable place..." (9:5).

Case closed? Wrong. These verses have a context, and when understood in their proper context, it will become quite clear that the verses cited above are not a carte blanche for Muslims to kill all non-Muslims...

...In the Qur'an, the principle of fighting is purely self-defensive. According to all available Traditions, the earliest verses revealed with regards to fighting are these:

"Permission [to fight] is given to those against whom war is being wrongfully waged and, verily, God has indeed the power to succour them; those who have been driven from their homelands against all right for no other reason than their saying, 'Our sustainer is God!'" (22:39-40).

Along with this verse is 2:190, which says:

"And fight in God's cause against those who wage war against you..."

Thus, it is quite clear that fighting is to be done in self-defense. Now, anyone can commit acts of terror and aggression and say, "it's in self-defense." In fact, that is precisely what Al Qaeda is doing: they claim by killing 3,000 people in New York City and Washington, D.C., they are "defending" the Muslim nation against "Zionist and Crusader" aggression against the Muslims. What sheer rubbish.

The Qur'an clearly states, in the remainder of 2:190 it says:

"...but do not commit aggression, for verily, God does not love aggressors."

"Committing aggression" includes killing innocent civilians in Tel Aviv, Beslan, New York, Baghdad, or wherever. Furthermore, when the enemy ceases its hostility, fighting must cease:

"...but if they desist, then all hostility shall cease, save against those who [willfully] do wrong" (2:193).

Another verse repeats this insistence that hostility must cease when the enemy stops its aggression against you:

"But if they [the enemy] incline to peace, incline thou to it as well, and place thy trust in God: verily, He alone is all-hearing, all-knowing! And should they seek but to deceive thee [by their show of peace] - behold, God is enough for thee! He it is who has strengthened thee with His succour, and by giving thee believing followers" (8:61-62).

Thus, even if the enemy is feigning a peaceful posture, the Muslims are still commanded to cease hostility and "place their trust in God." Thus, it is quite clear that fighting is in self-defense, and aggression is not allowed. Now, Muslims have waged wars of aggression in the past, for sure, and they even called them "jihad against the infidels" in order to justify their desire for territorial expansion. In fact, one of the most pertinent examples of this was the Ummayad Dynasty, which enacted a policy of "jihad" as perpetual warfare. But, such a policy is not Islamically correct, and as the collapse of the Ummayad Dynasty showed, not sustainable.
See also Some Quranic Verses on Jihad.

Update: Hassaballa has a continuation of this that analyzes one of the most controversial verses in the Quran. After completing his analysis, he concludes:
Are there Muslims, however, who believe that non-Muslims are "worse than trash"? Are there Muslims who cite verse 9:5 and others similar to it as justification of their acts of murder and terror? Are there Muslims who think killing innocent Westerners is "self-defense" and therefore sanctioned by Islam? Yes, yes, and yes. Does that mean that what they do is Islamic? NO! NO! NO! NO! These Muslims defame Islam, defy both the letter and spirit of its law, and are an ugly aberration of the true way of the faith. Their sins - and horrific sins they are - can never be confused for the doctrines of Islam. Islam does not call for the murder of "infidels." Now, I am frequently confronted by people who tell me, "But, Imam so-and-so says all non-Muslims are to be killed..." or "Shaykh such-and-such says that you must hate all non-Muslims..." or "Maulana whatchamacallhim said that jihad is 'holy war' against the infidel..." Frankly, I could care less about what Imam so-and-so, or Shaykh such-and-such, or Maulana whatchamacallhim says. Their words are meaningless to me. I know what God says: I am not supposed to "kill all the infidels." It just can not be any clearer than that.
Amen, brother.
~ Posted by Al-Muhajabah, a member of the reality-based community, at 01:58 PM

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