The Life Story of Mother Phyllis Jean 5/15/1930 - 7/17/2013
                                 The Life Story of   Mother Phyllis Jean   5/15/1930 - 7/17/2013

The Rituals of the Equinox



Let's keep it simple - everyone is welcome to particiapte in the Rituals of the Equinox!


It doesn't matter what Country you live in, what language, what color, what religion, what sex or variation thereof - you can even be a Heathen atheist butthead that preaches that when your body dies your soul is nothing more than dried bird poop that they have to wash off their luxery cars, yes even they can still celebrate the passage of Earth on the shortest and longest days of the year!


Make some noise at high noon on the Equinox!


Ring some bells and let your Ancestors know where to find you and yours!


Like it has been said,


“Every time a bell rings an Angel gets Their Wings!”


(And bruddah, we can use all the Angels we can get!!!)


Thank you Mother Phyllis Jean for helping to save the world twice, both during-and-after your time her on Earth, with your love of Music, the Arts, and even Slim Whitman singing the Indian Love Call! You are still the BEST Mother in the whole wide world, in my humble opinion. "I love you Mom!"


Come together, right now, for my Mom!


Enjoy the new semester!




Ps- The Venusians are always making fun of the Earthling Humans, pointing out that we wait ten days after the Celestial New Year to celebrate the event…so instead of replacing our current New Year’s Celebration - I’m saying “Let’s add a new Marketing Holiday”.


Look at what the new holiday Kwanza did for sales…!


It’s not pagan to celebrate the astronomical New Year. All of the ancient cultures, from the Egyptians to the Mayans and the Chinese – all celebrated the New Year on the actual New Year’s Day.


So open your wallets and make some noise - It's that time again!

Happy Equinox!


At 12:01pm please press the Equinox button.


If you want to sing along or learn the words and melody for your own "live performance" then you can really have some fun singing to your parents, teachers, police officers...


These next two buttons are optional.


They're always fun to watch and listen to.



This next button has about a 5 second delay before the music starts...a tribute from Duke Ellington is silently displayed in the bottom right of the video...




What if we could send messages around the globe by using the unique acustical vortexes that are only available during the Equinoxes?


What if our Ancestors used Alpenhorns to send and receive messages using  Morris Code?


Perhaps the sound of so many Alpenhorns made the hills "come alive" with the Sound of Music?




Go out and make this  Great Day!


Live Long and Pros-purr,


Morris der Kat


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