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The LEUCOCEPHALUS armillary henge case is an evolving collection of spatial, navigational and observational instruments which work from a Euclidean and Pythagorean vantage towards cartographical, landscape, structural and carpentry quantifications, measurements and GIS understanding. The resultant vantage and comprehension then capacitates an elucidation of the valid premise of knowing one’s spatial positioning for personal vantage in any place and in existing and future estate design, construction, landscaping and maintenance; along with descriptive and conversational methodologies pertaining to residential construction and landscape design. Further, the armillary henge case is intended to increase spatial awareness so as to assist with conceptualizations of forest mensuration, limnology, forestry, silviculture, orchards, vinting, agronomy, wildlife biology, and all aspects of discussion, planning, and essential delineation of ideations that any property owner seeks to discuss with family, friends and contractors.
Admittedly, a true armillary henge is a process which may require years spent in ones back yard, especially at twilit times and perhaps throughout the day, and, also; during nocturnes revealing stellar aspects of ones place.
It must first be said that the Federalization has occurred. Yet, we have recently seen the fall of effigies in Richmond. The Marxist sentiment of removing all effigies is very real. Notably, Theodore Roosevelt on horseback, from the Manhattan Museum of Natural History, has been the target of socialists bent on the destruction of the American middle class, or, in Marxist theory; “the Petty Bourgeois”. Modernity’s debate between Bolshevik and Trotskyist endpoints or their absence would be a digression here.
Returning to 1862, and to Senator Morrill of Vermont; I see the USA’s historic “civil” strife of the 1860’s as a duplicitous conundrum. While the egalitarian vantage of King has now been carved in stone; the omniscient mantra of abolition seems only correct, though undeniably correct, in terms of what certainly must be achieved now. History seems forgotten at times. The causality and reason generative of the implementation of the Civil campaign during the “union era” tells a tale which makes Black American History a saga of centuries, and yet the populist modern paradigm’s brevity often omits such 1800’s realities as: revolutionary changes at the arrival of the rail transportation sector, the North American “primary industry” regionalization viewpoint of geography and ecology pertaining to harvest and extraction of both renewable and finite Natural Resources, validity in confederal or “local” ideology, Senator Morrill’s construction of the “primary industry” paradigm that has built the USA’s geographically specific Department of Education in accordance with Natural Resources and their utile purposing for the People of our Country, and even that of fashion both ante belum and post belum… like what might be said of a Black Veil, or starched cotton collars of Southern cotton, loomed by global industrial might at the Massachusetts Bay Colony mills of Lowell, MA, and Biddeford, ME.
If we went back to the Act of Supremacy of 1534, and to the Puritans who fled the advent of the Anglican Godhead, we might see the significance of the Reformation. The story could, also, be seen from origins at Golgotha, or Moria before that. And, there is much time before then.
I tend to postulate that Benjamin Franklin’s effect on the Treaty of Paris impacted the first two decades of the 1800’s in such a way as to drive the French East and South in Europe and thus to secure the Louisiana Purchase. It seems at times that the entirety of American History is a transportation sector phenomenon induced migration of sapiens, beliefs, technologies, and stowaway propagules both intended and accidental. Also, it is about a debate, on occasion strife, and about how to govern the Dominion of Christ.