I woke from my old man’s nap. My angel had shown me a map of a land in Mexico. I looked at a map and the state of Tamaulipus that runs a hundred miles along the Mexican border?
“This is the new home of The Way!”
Manera means “way” in Spanish. Re in Kurdish means “the way”
I propose the President of the United States and Mexico sell La Manera to the Kurds. This will include a thirty mile swath of the U.S. that reaches from Corpus Christi beyond the tip of Tamaulipus – fifty miles?. The Kurds would eliminate the need of a costly wall. They can put an end to drug gangs. They can be hired to patrol other areas of the border, saving American and Mexican taxpayers a trillion dollars. Model cities will rise from the ruin of despair.
THE LAND OF THE WAY
La Tierra Del Wy
Axa Wiya (Kurdish)
When the Rio Grande ceases to be a dividing place, I will come and Baptist those who take the Vow of the Nazarite. Alcohol and drug addition will have not home in Axa Wiya.
John ‘The Nazarite’
The earliest followers of Jesus comprised an apocalyptic, Second Temple Jewish sect of Jewish Christians. Eventually, the inclusion of Gentile God-fearers led to a departure from Jewish customs, the establishment of Christianity as an independent religion, and the condemnation of Jewish Christians as heretics.
In the Ante-Nicene Period (literally before Nicaea) following the Apostolic Age, both incredible diversity and unifying characteristics lacking in the apostolic period emerged simultaneously. Part of the unifying trend was an increasingly harsh rejection of Judaism and of Jewish practices.
By the beginning of the Nicene period, the Christian faith had spread throughout Western Europe and the Mediterranean Basin, and to North Africa and the East. Historians commonly use the First Council of Nicaea in 325 and Emperor Constantine I’s toleration and promotion of Christianity in the Roman Empire to mark the end of early Christianity and the beginning of the era of the first seven ecumenical councils.
The State Department issued new travel warnings for parts of Mexico on Wednesday, advising American travelers to entirely avoid five regions due to crime.
The advisory tells Americans “do not travel” to the five Mexican coastal states of Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacán, Guerrero, and Tamaulipas. It also suggests exercising “increased caution” or “reconsider travel” to other parts of the country.
Here’s a map of Mexico’s five states the U.S. deemed most dangerous, as well as the general warnings across the rest of the country. The State Department gave Mexico a level 2 travel warning overall, encouraging travelers to exercise increased caution in general.