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We all Come from the Goddess Copyright Violation Potential

From Rev. Z Budapest, from Post:
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Dearest Friends!
I would like you to help me spread the words that Singing "We all come from the Goddess" should NOT BE rewritten. It is my intellectual property. it is NOt a folk song, which by the way is the fate of many composers whose songs are stolen. You steal my song from now will have consequences. You put men into the song, like God,a hex will be activated. I have found that people actually sell their wares with my song in the Title,like Serpentine for example. These people are NOT having my permission, especially when they don't even credit my name. Women are fooled that its from me, or fooled that its Serpentine. .Theft is theft. I cannot be everywhere, but i have experienced women making up new words,attaching it to my song that NEEDS NO attachments. Have you ever heard a man writing a song about the gods, and then put females in it?? Never. So stop you generosity attacks with my songs, write an original .Men who had Mozart and Schubert amongst them,surely will come up with their own songs .
Women like to give away and include but please do it with your own intellectual property.
I wrote that song for the Goddess worshipping women. Its gone around the globe. I don't mind you singing it, only selling it and not giving me credit.
Its a sacred song, and i will protect it! Speak up when you hear this song abused, and write to me. Blesssed be!

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The whole hex/heal topic really is one for it's own discussion, but the simple answer is that the same energies that you use to hex are the ones you use to heal and vice versa, and so if you are unable to work with that energy to do one, you also would be incapable of working with that same energy for something else. By far, the worst hex I've ever seen done was a well-intentioned working to heal a person from cancer--he got over the cancer, but the consequences of the healing were so profoundly horrible that I would never wish them on my worst enemy.

For me, there is a distinction between a hex spell and a healing spell, but the idea is that if you have the ability to use the energy for one, you have the ability to use the energy for the other. Now, whether your ethics permit hexing or healing or forbid one or the other, that's an ethical consideration and not an energetic one, if that makes sense.

I had no problem hexing the DC Sniper when my friends and family were in danger. I'm glad he was caught and will suffer in prison until he's killed. I have no regrets about that whatsoever. That is something in line with my ethics, though...if other people agree with those ethics, that's fine. If not, that's fine too.


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