I am Understanding, St. Frank / Liam Llewellyn Badger Actor



WeLL I am a honest asshole!

Compassion Reaches Out





X Fucking Goones X Fucking up your shit on St. Front. X jj




The Poem If


truth Playhouse









Who is the Recorder of Evil / Liam Llwellyn Badger Actor

I consulted Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, printed in 1856, for a definition of this word … he referred me to Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Edition, where I found another … EVIL. It is an “evilwithin rule that either means or end of conspiracy must be evil.

Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, page 500 … those maxims prescribe for the class of cases to which the one in question belongs. A course of … Phrase means that no person shall be deprived of life. liberty, property or of any right granted.



Matthew 6:9–13 (ESV) “Pray then like this: ‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.'”

devil_at_the_crossroads_by_jayndavis IF



Blacks Law Dictionary page 1987, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

10th edition Article 1. All Human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of Brotherhood.

Q? 2016,  Do we have Sovereignty of Mind. Blacks Law , What is Intellectual Property 14c



Liam Llewellyn Badger , Actor, Poet , Creator, I am Incorporating, I am a Pastor into my Life.

Duality and its purpose, A Pastors role, A Hersman, Shepherds , Poetry, a Poem or Play of or relating to Spiritual Care or guidance of a Congregation. In a artificial manner and typically drawing a contrast between the innocence and serenity of the simple life and the misery and corruption of the City Court Life, Pastoral Poetry or Drama. An Actors Story Begins 5/16/2016.

MeXting, If I’m the Chip , who is the Salsa? Liam Llewellyn Badger Actor

Compassion Reaches Out

clairvoyance (from French “clair” meaning “clear” and “voyance” meaning “vision”)

Kama Sutra the script of Love


Techaluta de Montenegro


Liam’s Summer in  Montenegro

I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go. Life of Pi




20°04′27″N 103°33′10″O https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyCEexG9xjw


Liam Llewellyn Badger DLT Artha Kama , truth

Compassion Reaches Out



Saint’s ain’t no Saints / Liam Llewellyn Badger

“Saint’s aint no Saint’s , they are Path to many Places in Life, a Road, a Way. The Road, The St. is paved. The Earth and the Streets. / Saint’s within, are sealed in pavement for protection & with Love.”

Liam Llewellyn Badger 5/12/2016




Q? How many I’s are in eye ?


who is you


St. James, St. Amy, St Robin & St. Frank


Her Son

Pastoralis , Douglas Lee Thompson Pastor Page 1019 Poetry , Blacks law 10th edition Clearance Centre’ at 222 Rosewood Dr. Danvers, MA. 01923 USA 978-750-8400

I am


Pastor: Page 1019

Diplomatic Agent: 18c page 76

Private Agent: 17c page 77

Entertainment Law:  page 593

aka: Liam Llewellyn Badger, Actor

Bodhi Rex North

Arc jojo

Arc jojo Bodhisattva

Saint Bla Bla

The God of Hearts

The Man named Arc jojo

JoJo from Dexter , Maine

Honorable: Douglas Lee Thompson , U.S. Navy Veteran

Compassion Reaches Out

truthHighestTruth truth 5/12/2016



How do you know what I think Eye saw? Living in a state of Nir·va·na / Liam Llewellyn Badger Actor San Francisco, CA.

Compassion Reaches Out




Who is you?

Who is I?

Who’s eye’s are doing the seeing?

Q? Is it I or Eye?


Nirvana, the act of extinguishing, The formal beatitude that transcends suffering, karma, and samsara and sought.

In Buddhism through the extinction of desire and individual consciousness, A place or state of oblivion to care, pain, or external reality, basically fucking bliss / heaven.

Two very important words , 1st beatitude – A state of utmost bliss any of the declaration made in the Sermon on the Mount. Mt 5:3-11 Holy Bible , Matthew 5-7 Holy Bible

Ask, Seek, & knock to the Lord

” Beginning in the AV ” Blessed are ”

Blissed out, are you,  in my words…. LLB

2nd samsara

Passing through, the indefinitely repeated cycles of birth, misery, and death caused  by karma.



Christopher Wayne Psychic Her Son

truth devil_at_the_crossroads_by_jayndavis

Liam Llewellyn Badger DLT sunwest

HighestTruth musical_notes-wallpaper-1280x768 English & Music 😉



In a State of Shalom you find soundness and wholeness / Bodhi’s Words Yoga

I Am , Douglas Lee Thompson, Liam Llewellyn Badger Actor, Bodhi Rex North, Bodhi Words Yoga and I am in a State of Shalom. I am a Bodhisattva in a process moving towards Shalom & Sublime.

Compassion Reaches Out

Shalom (שָׁלוֹם) (Sephardic Hebrew/Israeli Hebrew: shalom; Ashkenazi Hebrew/Yiddish: sholom, sholem, sholoim, shulem) is a Hebrew word meaning peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare and tranquility and can be used idiomatically to mean both hello and goodbye.[1][2][3] As it does in English, it can refer to either peace between two entities (especially between man and God or between two countries), or to the well-being, welfare or safety of an individual or a group of individuals. Stendebach and Ringgren writes that a more thorough etymological analysis of Hebrew roots reveal that ‘Lom was the basic root word for Shalom.


Happy Death




+ The Rise of machines +

Christopher Wayne Psychic


Man silhouette connects to the Earth with some roots developing from its legs. Digital illustration.

Her Son

truth theblackknight

Liam Llewellyn Badger DLT


An Act of Sublime is Subliminal stimuli / Bodhi Words Yoga

I Am , Douglas Lee Thompson, Liam Llewellyn Badger Actor, Bodhi Rex North, Bodhi Words Yoga and I am Sublime. I am a Bodhisattva

Compassion Reaches Out


adjective: sublime; comparative adjective: sublimer; superlative adjective: sublimest
  1. 1.
    of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe.
    “Mozart’s sublime piano concertos”
    synonyms: exalted, elevated, noble, lofty, awe-inspiring, majestic, magnificent, glorious, superb, wonderful, marvelous, splendid; More

    informalfantastic, fabulous, terrific, heavenly, divine, out of this world
    “sublime music”
    • used to denote the extreme or unparalleled nature of a person’s attitude or behavior.
      “he had the sublime confidence of youth”
      synonyms: supreme, total, complete, utter, consummate

      “the sublime confidence of youth”
verb: sublime; 3rd person present: sublimes; past tense: sublimed; past participle: sublimed; gerund or present participle: subliming
  1. 1.
    (of a solid substance) change directly into vapor when heated, typically forming a solid deposit again on cooling.
    • cause (a substance) to do this.
      “these crystals could be sublimed under a vacuum”
  2. 2.
    elevate to a high degree of moral or spiritual purity or excellence.


Subliminal stimuli (/sʌbˈlɪmnəl/



Subliminal stimuli (/sʌbˈlɪmnəl/; literally “below threshold”), contrary to supraliminal stimuli or “above threshold”, are any sensory stimuli below an individual’s threshold for conscious perception.[1] A recent review of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies shows that subliminal stimuli activate specific regions of the brain despite participants being unaware.[2] Visual stimuli may be quickly flashed before an individual can process them, or flashed and then masked, thereby interrupting the processing. Audio stimuli may be played below audible volumes or masked by other stimuli.




Her Son

LoveNotHate2016thruUntil taoisttemple

truth LordShiva




Jerry Garcia’s New America, A Hippie Love story “In God We Trust”

America is changing, but is it changing for all? who’s playing your Heart Strings?

Philadelphia A’s to Oakland A’s the winds are changing right now.

Compassion Reaches Out

Her Son


Man silhouette connects to the Earth with some roots developing from its legs. Digital illustration.


Tree of life (biblical)

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See also Tree of life for other cultural interpretations, and Tree of life (disambiguation) for other meanings.

The Fall of Man by Lucas Cranach, a 16th-century German depiction of Eden, with the tree of life (left) and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil

The tree of life (Hebrew: עֵץ הַֽחַיִּים, Standard Etz haChayim) is a term used in the Hebrew Bible that is a component of the world tree motif.[1]

In the Book of Genesis, the tree of life is first described in Genesis 2:9 as being planted with the tree of the knowledge of good and evil (Hebrew: עֵץ הַדַּעַת) “in the midst of the Garden of Eden” by Yahweh Elohim (Hebrew: יְהוָה אֱלֹהִים). In Genesis 3:24 cherubim guard the way to the tree of life at the east end of the Garden. The tree of life has become the subject of much debate as to whether or not the tree of the knowledge of good and evil is the same tree.[2]

The Book of Proverbs uses the term tree of life four times in the figurative speech.[3][citation needed] The Book of Revelation uses the Koine Greek phrase xylon (tēs) zōës, ξύλον (τῆς) ζωής four times. This phrase has been identified with the Genesis tree of life in the Ancient Greek translation of the Old Testament, which literally means “wood of (the) life”.[4][citation needed]

Genesis debate[edit]

According to the one-tree theory proposed by Karl Budde, in his critical research of 1883, he outlined that there was only one tree in the body of the Genesis narrative and it qualified in two ways: one as the tree in the middle of the Garden, and two as the forbidden tree. Claus Westermann gave recognition to Budde’s theory in 1976.[5]

Ellen van Wolde noted in her 1994 survey that, typically to Bible scholars “the trees are almost always dealt with separately and not related to each other” and that “attention is almost exclusively directed to the tree of knowledge of good and evil, whereas the tree of life is paid hardly any attention.”[6]

Religious uses[edit]


The tree of life is represented in several examples of sacred geometry and is central in particular to the Kabbalah (the mystic study of the Torah), where it is represented as a diagram of ten points.

Eastern Christianity[edit]

Gilded royal doors carved to represent the tree of life (old wooden church in Chotyniec, Poland).

The Eastern Orthodox Church has traditionally understood the tree of life in Genesis as a prefiguration of the Cross, which humanity could not partake of until after the incarnation, death and resurrection of Jesus.[7]

One of the hymns chanted during the forefeast of the nativity of Christ says:

Make ready, O Bethlehem, for Eden hath been opened for all. Prepare, O Ephratha, for the tree of life hath blossomed forth in the cave from the Virgin; for her womb did appear as a spiritual paradise in which is planted the divine Plant, whereof eating we shall live and not die as did Adam. Christ shall be born, raising the image that fell of old.[8]

The cross of Christ is also referred to as the tree of life, and in the service books,[clarification needed] Jesus is sometimes likened to a “divine cluster” of grapes hanging on the “Tree of the Cross” from which all partake in Holy Communion.[citation needed]

This theme is also found in Western Christianity. By way of an archetypal example consider Bonaventure‘s “biography” of the second person of the Trinity, entitled “The Tree of Life.” [see Cousins, The Classics of Western Spirituality Series][citation needed]

Western Christianity[edit]

Until the Enlightenment, the Christian church generally gave biblical narratives of early Genesis the weight of historical narratives. In the City of God (xiii.20-21), Augustine of Hippo offers great allowance for “spiritual” interpretations of the events in the garden, so long as such allegories do not rob the narrative of its historical reality. However, the allegorical meanings of the early and medieval church were of a different kind than those posed by Kant and the Enlightenment. Precritical theologians allegorized the genesis events in the service of pastoral devotion. Enlightenment theologians (culminating perhaps in Brunner and Niebuhr in the twentieth century) sought for figurative interpretations because they had already dismissed the historical possibility of the story.

Others sought very pragmatic understandings of the tree. In the Summa Theologica (Q97), Thomas Aquinas argued that the tree served to maintain Adam’s biological processes for an extended earthly animal life. It did not provide immortality as such, for the tree, being finite, could not grant infinite life. Hence after a period of time, the man and woman would need to eat again from the tree or else be “transported to the spiritual life.” The common fruit trees of the garden were given to offset the effects of “loss of moisture” (note the doctrine of the humors at work), while the tree of life was intended to offset the inefficiencies of the body. Following Augustine in the City of God (xiv.26), “man was furnished with food against hunger, with drink against thirst, and with the tree of life against the ravages of old age.”

John Calvin (Commentary on Genesis 2:8), following a different thread in Augustine (City of God, xiii.20), understood the tree in sacramental language. Given that humanity cannot exist except within a covenantal relationship with God, and all covenants use symbols to give us “the attestation of his grace”, he gives the tree, “not because it could confer on man that life with which he had been previously endued, but in order that it might be a symbol and memorial of the life which he had received from God.” God often uses symbols – He doesn’t transfer his power into these outward signs, but “by them He stretches out His hand to us, because, without assistance, we cannot ascend to Him.” Thus he intends man, as often as he eats the fruit, to remember the source of his life, and acknowledge that he lives not by his own power, but by God’s kindness. Calvin denies (contra Aquinas and without mentioning his name) that the tree served as a biological defense against physical aging. This is the standing interpretation in modern Reformed theology as well.

See also[edit]


  1. Jump up ^ Encyclopaedia Britannica. Encyclopaedia Britannica Online (2013). “world tree”. Encyclopædia Britannica Inc. 
  2. Jump up ^ Mettinger 2007, pp. 5–11
  3. Jump up ^ See: Proverbs 3:18,11:30,13:12,15:4
  4. Jump up ^ See: Revelation 2:7, 22:2, 22:14, and 22:19.
  5. Jump up ^ Mettinger 2007, p. 7
  6. Jump up ^ Mettinger 2007, p. 6
  7. Jump up ^ Roman, Dr. Alexander, Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden, Ukrainian Orthodoxy, archived from the original (– Scholar search) on February 27, 2007 
  8. Jump up ^ ORTHODIXIE … Southern, Orthodox, Convert, Etc.: Word & Virgin, Mary & Child

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Jewish and Non-Jewish views

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