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Winter Solstice pics 07

category international | environment | news report author Saturday December 22, 2007 16:36author by TaraTaraTara Report this post to the editors

Newgrange

Happy Winter Solstice from tara Defenders at Newgrange.
Lights, Camera, DIRECT ACTION!
Lights, Camera, DIRECT ACTION!

We got the message out via the Live Stream Webcast to the whole world. Thank you RTE :)

while we awaited a break in the clouds to see the sun , those on the podium strained to ad lib

" A perfect day to be here with someone special ,a perfect time to....."

"A PERFECT TIME TO SAVE tara !" an unidentified voice rang out from behind the microphone ,clear as a bell to the estimated 300,000 peolpe loged on to the live feed. Nice one.

Steppin' Up
Steppin' Up

Tara Defenders
Tara Defenders

Sun Up
Sun Up

author by Pixiebloodpublication date Sat Dec 22, 2007 16:38author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Go girls go!

author by Tara Supportpublication date Sat Dec 22, 2007 16:43author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Best wishes for the season and thank you for the whole year of struggle
into and out of courts, the aerial images, the collation of images of the sites and their destruction.

'A country is not conquered until the hearts of it's women are lying on the ground'

big hearts.

author by TaraTaraTarapublication date Sat Dec 22, 2007 16:54author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Irish Independent
SEEING THE LIGHT AS SOLSTICE HITS THE NET
By Louise Hogan
Saturday December 22 2007
IT WAS new age technology combined with 5,000-year-old Stone-Age
engineering.
Yesterday, for the first time, the winter sun lighting the passage tomb
at Newgrange, Co Meath, was beamed live around the world on television
and the internet.
Hundreds of people travelled long distances to face the sun as it rose
over the Boyne Valley, as locals had done thousands of years earlier.
The morning frost may have chilled fingers, but it provided perfect
crisp weather for viewing the winter solstice.
Witnessed by just a select few inside the snug burial chamber, the
annual event was transmitted live by the Office of Public Works to
hundreds of thousands of people via internet and television stations,
including TV3......

author by TaraTaraTarapublication date Sat Dec 22, 2007 21:18author address author phone Report this post to the editors

'A country is not conquered until the hearts of it's women are lying on the ground'

Thankyou for your support. The Valley lays butchered and thats how they want us to FEEL by desecrating the Valley for Money.
But little do they know, that they have laid the foundations for the Meath Heritage Park and the Meath Master Plan. . The Phoenix rises from the ashes.

This IS the only way forward now , and THE ONLY way that Ireland can redeem herself from the destruction HEAPED upon us by a shortsightedgovernment. They are FOOLS in the eyes of the world.

This is their ONLY way out of the penalties and the TRIBUNALS that WILL come.

Will they seize the day?

DONT GIVE UP!

MEATH MASTERPLAN AND HERITAGE PARK

READ it and weep. For JOY! At least someone had enough Vision to see this in advance.

Thanks for the positivity, along with the Winter Solstice Sun.

Related Link: http://www.meathmasterplan.com
 
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