Build Borders / Put the Statue of Liberty in Storage / Until All Countries Have the Hospitality of Europe, Canada, and the U.S.

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    Mar 26, 2016 4:09 PM GMT
    the United States is a diverse nation where all religions and ethnicities are welcome.


    Astrologers who know about Astro-Carto-Graphy, like myself and those with much more knowledge and credentials, see that as a good thing. It is a blessing of spiritual freedom and lifehood freedom. My lifehood has been spiritually enriched by my having lived under a Venus line and now under a Saturn line. Some countries are not geographically spacious enough to offer spiritual mobility for the acquisition of wisdom and experiential learning. On this globe there are other wonderful lessons I could learn only if we had global mobility and foreign countries that were welcoming. When I looked at my global Astro-Carto-Graphy map, I saw high quality places where my life could be enriched in Italy, China, and Egypt.

    This openness to LIFE for citizens of the Earth should be reciprocated; but, when you have places like Syria and Uganda, astrologically favorable places to live are not favorable places for secular reasons.

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    Syrians have gone to a variety of countries in Europe and Canada, but the vice-versa is not happening.

    I think nations should be able to reciprocate. Until the condition of reciprocity is put on all countries, especially those with human rights violations, build the borders.

    Until people know the spiritual richness and the obligation to pay it forward by their homeland, close the borders and learn the spirituality of branches of astrology.

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    My beloved New York City has increased in population. Put that Statue of Liberty in storage. Did the New York City citizens and commuters to NYC want and need the increase in population? I'm telling you there were some good things about NYC in the 6 million to 7 million population range as opposed to higher.
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    Mar 26, 2016 4:17 PM GMT
    New York City 1990 - 7.322 People
    New York City 2000 - 8.015 People
    New York City 2010 - 8.19 People
    New York City 2015 - 8.491 People

    The GLA projection places London's population in 2015 at 8.63 million, the largest it has ever been.
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    Mar 26, 2016 4:19 PM GMT
    The city of Paris (also called the Commune or Department of Paris) had a population of 2,241,346 people within its administrative city limits as of January 1, 2014. It is surrounded by the Paris unité urbaine, or urban area, the most populous urban area in the European Union.

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    Okay, Statue of Liberty goes to Paris until their population hits 4MM so they can get an idea of the effect of their statue.

    The Statue of Liberty isn't in the U.S. Constitution.