Alliance for Natural Health News at Risk

On this eve of estimated tax due date for Americans, I’m personally honing my own little “intentions” and um, “special blessings” to embed into my Trojan Horse check. As I’ve described before in “Embracing the Energy Potential of Money,” we have several options and ways to starve or maim the Beast.

I used to starve it. In recent years, I’ve gotten a bit more creative, charging my checks with spells and intentions for that money only to go for a) the Highest Good of All; with b) special emphasis on supporting organic farmers and protecting them and us from MonSatan, et al; and c) with the envelope and check leaving a long-lasting, indelible residue on any person or any system who handles said envelope, check or fiat money imprint so that those people and systems feel compelled to blow whistles, find new jobs that support humanity instead of raping and pillaging it, and/or (safely) dismantle the entire corrupt system.

I figure one of these days, the IRS will ask me not to send anything to them anymore (either that or I’ll get droned), but until that day, everything gets a special once-over on the Full Moon, which, conveniently for my purposes, just happens to coincide with the required postmark date.

I would have done this anyway, but those intentions received some extra emotional oomph (read: magickal pissed off power) from a notification that the IRS’s new power grab “regulations” could muzzle organizations like Alliance for Natural Health, forcing them to pipe down or lose their non-profit status. As ANH explains:

“Here’s an example: under the new IRS rules, even naming a candidate in any public communication through any medium, even orally—and this includes even vague references to him or her—within sixty days of a general election or thirty days of a primary election would be banned as “political activity.” This even includes content previously posted by an organization.

“Just imagine: sixty days before an election, ANH-USA would have to remove every single reference to a candidate from its website—no matter how old it is! We also wouldn’t be able to make any reference to a candidate’s connection to any legislation within sixty days of an election. This gives incumbents a thirty- to sixty-day free pass to introduce legislation with almost no public scrutiny.

“This is simply unconstitutional, and we should fight the rule that could make it a reality.

“Consider the implications: Sen. Durbin of Illinois—you may remember him as the anti-supplement senator who wants to regulate supplements like drugs—is up for reelection in 2014. If he reintroduces or has new anti-natural health legislation filed during the sixty days before his reelection, ANH-USA would be preventing from telling you about his connection to it.

“The new IRS rules will severely curtail the speech of 501(c)4s, as they may be afraid to engage in any political activities for fear of IRS or government retaliation. Any disgruntled politician could easily ask the IRS to revoke the 501(c)4 status of groups who disagree with his or her politics!

“Some readers suggested that it is unlikely that the IRS would scrutinize a smaller organization like ANH-USA. Don’t count on it. Although we are small in staff size, we represent millions of consumers. On numerous occasions, ANH-USA has suffered the wrath of members of Congress by holding up or working to change their bills.”

You can read the rest of the story and reader comments by clicking here. If you feel so inclined, you can also send a letter to the IRS telling them what you think. Click here if you’d like to do that.

I happen to know some very kind people who work for the IRS, but this Federal Reserve Beast has grown too many heads and represents too much power from the Usual Suspects — banksters who siphon US money to corrupt banks, ridiculous wars, and black ops, and the big nasties trying to poison and control our food, water and rights to natural health. Magickal ethics and practicality suggest using mundane methods whenever such ordinary measures will do the job. When dealing with unreasonable, completely inconsiderate, vampiric or downright evil people and entities, I prefer magick. It’s fun, clean, and I’ve received far better, consistent results from my little Trojan Horse checks and coded envelopes than all the calls, letters and rational approaches combined.

So, Happy Full Moon, End the Fed, and Blessed (We All Shall) Be.

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