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ello and welcome to Erik's Neighborhood and Helpers. I am Erik the Vermilion. My objective is to lead you to the Hidden Heaven; to give to you a Kingdom of Paradise walkthrough. The design of every city on Earth must be similar to the Garden of Eden.
One easy, or Ishi, way to start, is to stop sayin, "Lord" or "God", and start sayin "Ishi", as in Hosea 2:16.
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What Is Cultural Property And Heritage?
Global Education And Cultural Issues
130 Heritage scrapbooking
-- Be sure to put detailed meanings of your family's names. You may find your family's names' meanings at this website: http://www.houseofnames.com/
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Volunteer Work Locally, Environment Protection, Save The Environment, Protect The Environment, Protecting The Environment, Amish Culture
Cultural training, training cultural 8,100
Cultural Event, Cultural HolidaysCultural National Religious Holidays Festivals, Cultural Studies And Reading Lists, Cultural Identity, Cultural Literacy, Cultural Activity, Cultural Dance, Cultural Tradition, Theater And Cultural Event
Early Childhood Education
Children do not want toys, they want love said Prem Rawat.
Put two children together they will get along until you give to them a toy said Prem Rawat.
When a child asks, "Why, why, why, why?" they are lookin for love, not answers, said Prem Rawat.
Children should stay with mother at home until age 10-12 said Socrates. Modern educational research confirms that when put into school at that age they catch up with and surpass their classmates.
Children benefit more from seeing their parents give attention to each other, than they do from getting more attention from one or both parent. Besides that, they learn much by imitation.
The toys of a child should foreshadow their future vocation said Socrates.
"Talkin about the fact that some folks who spill secrets make the excuse that they forgot it was a secret. The man said, 'If they're so forgetful, how were they able to remember the secret to share it? That's just a really bad excuse.'"
Trying to get a certification or a skill.
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My Family Tree
If your name is an Anglo Saxon (English) name, then your family tree goes back to southwestern Norway. But whence came they before they were in Norway?
If your name is Scottish from the Western Isles or the Northern Isles, such as Hoy, MacNeil, MacLean, MacDonald, or MacLeod, then your family tree came from southwestern Norway. But whence came they before they were in Norway?
If your family tree is from Gallowglasses in Ireland, then they came from Scotland, and before that might have come from the southwestern bit of Norway.
If your name is Dutch or Scandinavian, or if your French name came from Normandy, then your family tree came from the same whereabouts long ago, as those folks in the paragraphs above this one.
I have written a paper that tells you where your family tree came from, before goin to those spots, such as Scandinavia or Netherlands.
education websites 12,100
tends to be about children
education for children in science, social studies, english, math, engineering, health, art and music.
If you are my kind, then here is where you learn to deal with strangers. If you are a stranger, then here you learn right ways to deal with my kind, if you study the whole page.
No one is to be blamed for being a bastard, a mamzer, nor a mongrel. If somebody tries to make others to be born who are bastards, mamzers, or mongrels, then they are most evil and to be done hurt and shunned and denied a livelihood.
1,900 Cross cultural training
-- Here is a brace of videos, that will help you to be more culturally sensitive toward Mohammedan leaders:
1600 Diversity training in the workplace
-- Training about the ways of strangers, in order to intermix the bloodlines through social and workplace contact.
22,200 Training diversity
-- "Thus shalt thou say to the house of Jacob, and tell the children of [a man named] Israel" Exodus 19:3
In Bible, nation = generation = race = bloodline = house = children = gentiles.
Right is the hand of creating and left is the hand of destruction.
720 Cultural sensitivity training
-- You can begin your sensitivity trainig right here, with this linked video and article about Islam.
1,600 Cultural competency training
-- For many folks, Republicans represent a culture diverse from their own. This video below will help you to be more competent and sensitive in dealing with Republicans, also with Mexican drug traffickers:
cultural competency training, cultural competence training 1600
Cultural and linguistic competence is a set of congruent behaviors, attitudes, and policies that come together in a system, agency, or among professionals that enables effective work in cross-cultural situations.
WHAT IS MY HERITAGE?
3600 Find heritage
-- If your name is of ANGLO SAXON beginnin, then your family came to eastern England from south-western Norway and settled peacefully. You are kin to vikings, though not necessarily Viking, it must be found out one by one. This means that your forebears were Children of Wotan, and, at some point in your parentage, they were narrowly headed, blond, blue-eyed, of enormous intelligence quotients, and truly goodnatured, productive, and benevolent by nature.
Followin is a list of names that began as Anglo-Saxon:
1,600 Find your heritage -- Barclay, Barlow, Barney, Barrie, Barton, Bates, Beasant, Beckwith, Bell (some are French, Gaelic, or German), Bennett, Benson, Bentham, Bentley, Berkeley, Beverly, Bing, Birkenhead, Blackstone, Blackwood, Blakemore, Blankley, Blythe, Bourne, Brackenbury, Bradford, Bradley, Bradly, Bradshaw, Brady, Bramblett, Brandon, Branson, Braxton, Breeden, Brent, Bristol,
Brooks, Brown, Browning, Brownrigg, Buckley, Bunce, Burlingame, Burton, Bush, Burbridge, Burwell, Byron
1,600 Finding your heritage -- Camden, Carlisle, Carlton, Carlyle, Carter, Cash, Chambers, Charlton, Chatham, Cheek, Chester, Chichester, Cholmondeley, Churchill, Clapham, Clare, Claridge, Clark, Clayden, Clayton, Clemons, Clifford, Clifton, Clinton, Clive, Colby, Colton, Compton, Coombs, Cooper, Copeland, Copperthite, Cotton, Cox, Coxe, Craig, Craighead, Craigie, Crawford, Crompton, Cromwell, Crowder, Crutchley, Culp, Cumberbatch, Currington,
130 What is my heritage -- Dallas (some are Scottish), Dalton, Darby, Darlington, Davenport, Dawson, Dayton, Deighton, Denholm, Digby, Doddsaun, Doddsen, Doddshon, Doddsin, Doddson, Dodge, Dodsaun, Dodsen, Dodshon, Dodsin, Dodsine, Dodson, Doty, Doughty, Dow, Dowd, Dowdy, Duke, Dukes, Dryden, Dudley,
130 My family heritage -- Earle, Eastaughffe, Eastoft, Elton, Emsworth, Enfield, England
Farnham, Fawcett, Fisc, Fiske, Fletcher, Fowler, Foy, Fry (some are German), Fulton,
Gale, Gaman, Game, Games, Gamman, Gammans, Gammon, Gammonds, Gammons, Garfield, Garrett, Garrick, Garside, Garthside, Gartside, Gilpin, Gladstone, Godwin, Goodwin, Graeme, Graham, Gresham, Grooms, Grylls
Hackney, Hailey, Hale, Haley, Hallewell, Halliburton, Hamet, Hamilton, Hammett, Hampton, Hanningen, Harding, Hardin, Harley, Harrington, Harris, Harrison, Hart (some are Irish, some northern German), Hartford, Hastings, Hayden (some are German), Hayes, Hayhurst, Hayley, Helton, Henderson, Hildom, Hilton, Hockenberry, Hodgkin, Holt, Holton, Home, Hopkins, Hornsby, Houghton, Huckabee, Huxley
Jackman, Jackson, Jellicoe, Jenkins, Jennings, Johnson (some are Scandinavian)
Keats, Keesey (some may be German or Swiss-German), Kelsey, Kendal, Kendall, Kent, Kidd, Kimberley, Kimberly, Kirby, Knotley, Knottley, Kyd
Lancaster, Landon, Langdon, Langley, Law, Lea, Lee, Leighton, Lester, Lincoln, Lindley, Lindsay, Lindsey, Livingstone, Longfellow, Loveland, Luxford
Mabbott, MacRobb, MacRobbie, Marlowe, Marston, Melling, Melton, Mendenhall, Merton, Middleton, Mildenhall, Miller, Millward, Milton, Milward, Mitchell, Moneyenny, Morley, Morton, Mullins, Myerscough
Nash, Netley, Newbury, Newberry, Newbery, Nibley, Nicheson, Nichol, Nichols, surnameNicholson, Nickelson, Nickson, Nicksoun, Nixon, Noonan, North, Norton, Notleigh, Notley, Nottley, Nunnally, Nutlea, Nutlee
Oakley, Ogden, Oldham, Osbourne, Outerbridge
Padley, Paddley, Paddle, Parker, Pattishall, Payton, Peddle, Pennell (some mayb e Norman), Penney, Penny, Pennypacker, Perkins, Perry, Peyton, Phelps, Pickering, Pinkerton, Porter, Prescott, Presley, Preston
Ralston, Ramsay, Ramsey, Read, Reed, Reeve, Reeves, RehalReid, Remington, Richmond, Ridley, Rigdon, Riggs, Riley, Rischer, Rivers, Robb, Robbie, Robe, Robey, Roby, Rodney, Roidge, Roscoe, Rowley, Royal, Royston, Rudge, Rudges, Rudych, Ruidge, Ruitge, Rutch, Rutche, Rutdge, Rutge, Rutherford, Rutland, Rylan, Ryley
Sagar, Sallter, Salter, Saltier, Saltire, Sampson, Sharman, Shearman, Shelby, Sheldon, Shelley, Shelly, Sherman, Sherwood, Shirley, Snape, Shoemaker, Shores, Shurman, Smit, Smith, Smithe, Smither, Smithers, Smithies, Smithy, Smyth, Smythe, Snowdon, Soames, Southey, Spalding, Spaulding, Spooner, Springfield, Stafford, Stampes, Stamper, Standish, Stanford, Stanley, Stansberry, Stansfield, Stanton, Stevens, Stevenson,
Stonebridge, Stratford, Sutherland, Sutton, Swail, Swailes, Swales, Swale, Sweat, Sweet, Sweete, Swett, Swet, Sydney
Tattersall, Tatum, Teach, Thackeray, Tharpe, Thorne, Thorne, Thornton, Thorpe, Tindall, Tippet, Tippett, Torp, Thorp, Thorpe, Townend, Townsend, Trollope, Turner, Twynam, Tyndall
Waddel, Waddell, Waddle, Wade, Wakefield, Walcott, Wallace, Walpole, Ward, Warwick, Washington, Watt, Webley, Webb, Weddel, Weddell, Weddle, Wedgwood, Weld, Wellington, Wentworth, Wesley, Westbrook, Weston, Wharton, Wheatley, Whatley, Wheatleigh, Whitby, Whiteley, Whitley, Whitney, Wilberforce, Williams, Willoughby, Winchester, Windsor, Winterbourne, Winthrop, Witcomb, Wither, Withers, Woodcock, Woodson, Wordsworth, Wyther
Yardley, Yeardley, Young, York, Yorke
1,900 Heritage search
-- If your name is NORMAN, then your English or Irish or Scottish forebears were Vikings of Normandy, who settled there from Scandinavia.
Bosely, Boasley, Boazley, Bond, Bonde, Bosely, Boslea, Bosleigh, Bosley, Bozleigh, Bozely, Bozley, Bunde, Bundy,
Dickens, Dickins, Dickinson, Dickon, Diggens, Diggins, Diggons, Digons, Dikens, Diquon, Durbin,
Ervin, Ervine, Erving, Ervynn, Erwin, Erwine, Erwing, Erwynn,
Hardy, Harman, Harmon,
Irvine, Irving, Irwin, Irwing, Irwryn,
Loreing, Lorin, Loring, Lorrin, Lorring,
Marquis, Michel (some are Irish), Michell (some are Irish), Mitcham (some are Irish), Mitchell (some are Irish), Mitchill (some are Irish), Mitchum (some are Irish), Mychell (some are Irish),
Pannell, Pennell (some may be Anglo-Saxon), Pownall, Rodgers, Rogers
de Traci, Tracey, Tracy, Trasey, Trassey, Tracye,
If you find any names on the linked list, then they are most likely of Norman beginnins:
This list is of Germanic (Norse, Lowlands, German, or English) beginnin, but we know not which of them.
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