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Lao Tzu

Honouring the Life of Hamish Miller

January 27th, 2010

Hamish Miller

Just received the sad news about the death of Hamish Miller, Earth Mysteries researcher, dowser, blacksmith, author of ‘The Sun & the Serpent’ with Paul Broadhurst, which first suggested the Michael Line across the English countryside: “It is with deep sadness and regret that I email you to tell you that Hamish died last night, the 25th January. He passed over peacefully and happily at home after a gentle and joyful beloved Burn’s Night with Ba.

There will be a small private funeral for the family. We are invited to join in spirit by lighting a candle for Hamish and his vision and we will email again when we know the date and the time. Then the Parallel Community Open Day on the 8th May at Treviscoe will be a Celebration of Hamish to which we hope as many as possible will be able to come.

Hamish’s vision was great and his desire passionate for everyone to come together, envision and build a kinder world based on mutal trust, respect and love for each other and our beautiful planet.

May we each smile more warmly at everyone we meet today and, in honour of a remarkable man, build our energy towards all that Parallel Community stands for…and now take that energy forwards; the best thing we can do as we grieve his passing.

Hamish gave us something of the utmost importance and we owe it to ourselves and our planet to heal our own vision and act on it. Please bear with us about any emails awaiting a reply or book orders and so forth. Please do go to The Meeting Place on the Parallel Community website and share your thoughts and feelings together.
Warmest blessings to you all, Annie, Parallel Community Team.

Help in the campaign to ask Blair tough questions

January 27th, 2010

From today’s email: a message from ’38 Degrees: People Power Change’:

Dear Philip,

Pressure’s building for Tony Blair to face tough questions about Iraq this Friday. Over 10,000 of us have now signed up to call for the panel to question him properly.

We’ll make sure the people asking the questions know exactly how many of us want them to get tough. We’ll be making a noise outside the building, and we’ll presenting a final copy of our petition to every panelist inside. We’ll have billboard adverts around central London demanding tough questions. We”ll even present them with a “get tough” cake showing the number who’ve signed. The more signatures, the more powerful our message.

Can you help make the petition as big as possible by Friday morning? Please forward this message to your friends and ask them to click here to quickly join in by clicking here: http://38degrees.org.uk/ask-blair-tough-questions

If we work together we can make sure it’s massive by Friday morning – we’ve got two more days to get as many people as we can to sign the petition. The more of us there are, the more pressure we can put on the panel members to ask tough questions.

We know what real questions look like, we’ve suggested thousands and thousands including:
When did you promise George Bush you’d back an invasion?
When did you really realise Saddam Hussein probably didn’t have WMD?
Did you cover up advice that the war might be illegal?
Why did you ignore the anti-war protests by the British people?
Millions of us opposed the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Millions more of us trusted Blair at the time but later felt betrayed as WMD failed to materialise. Friday morning is a chance for us to hold Blair to account for his decision. Please help bring as many of us together as possible to demand Blair faces tough questions, by asking your friends to get involved.

Please forward this e-mail now and ask your friends and family to join in: http://38degrees.org.uk/ask-blair-tough-questions