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Welcome to EliasAlias.com
I am an old coot who lives in a rented square log cabin in the forests of northwest Montana, USA. The log cabin has an upstairs floor with a nice bath and sleeping quarters. Deer, squirrels, and birds visit daily to entertain my two house-cats, (Opie and Black Alias), who love their walks with the old man through the high-country woods. Chasing each other up and down trees or around boulders or through the brush makes them happy and content, and they sense that the wolves, bears, or mountain lions will not harm them while the old man is with them.
Yes, I walk my cats the same way normal people walk their dogs. But there is a difference. The course is erratic and changes direction instantly as the two blythe spirits enjoy their bouts of chase and tag. Oddly, as the old man walks the trails, the two mischief makers seem to always be in his immediate periphery — not that they are following his lead of course — it’s all a matter of chance. But they are always near him.
I am old now, am staring 70 in the face, and have earned the right to be eccentric. I love Nature in all her manifestations, and try to learn from Nature. I remain happily distracted by the miraculous, and Nature is full of wondrous beauties in the Montana Rockies. I moved to Montana in the summer of 2001 to escape the City of Man, (Atlanta, Georgia and Memphis, Tennessee), and I made it. I am a blessed and happy man with an urge to write about my reflections on life.
That is all this site is. There are some questions posed here, but very few answers, as I continue to search for what, after all, to think. Thus far, the greatest answer I’ve discovered for the subtle and generally unasked question facing mankind today has to do with something Thomas Jefferson once wrote — that concept of our “unalienable rights” which we derive from “Nature or Nature’s God” when each of us is born into this world. Every political question, every governmental philosophy, every insightful query into the world of the Spirit of Life, can reduce to that one concept — Rights which are unalienable; rights which come from a higher source than any man-made government. Such rights include the right to full self-ownership and the right to self-defense. Any collective, whether corporate, religious, or governmental which would attempt to deprive one of those rights in so doing defines itself as in violation of Nature or Nature’s God.
I did not just make that up. Opie and Black Alias revealed it to me.
Thank you for reading at my site. I hope you find something to like.
Elias Alias, unemployed poet. USMC Vietnam Veteran, willing servant to all cats
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I’m a nature and critter lover living in a log cabin down here in Colorado. I would love to be able to share some ideas and epiphanies I have had with you regarding everything that is going on and about inalienable rights — well, true freedom more specifically.
Is there a good way to do this?
Jen, thank you for contacting me. Check your email please.
Just happened upon this site. How did I miss this?
Hi Elias. How’re they hangin’?
Seeing this caused me to ruminate; to revisit old sites and ideals long tucked away or built upon.
The Liberty Griffon, for example. It’s coming up on 12 years since the last post was written there. Perhaps we should have a reunion.
You, old friend, are just right on time. This site is just where I park things so I won’t lose ’em, right? I don’t have much time to post here, so I’ve not promoted the site, just sort of use it for a parking place, a place where I can find old stuff I may need for writing some new stuff, yes? However, I’m going to fire up The Mental Militia in coming months, and in a big way. You’ll have fun with the new site. The Liberty Gryphon is a relic and I’m glad scarmig saved it. I sometimes go there to hunt an article or post. I’ve got a lot of embarrassing BS posted to the Gryphon, lol. I hope to be a living verification of the old expression, “we live and learn“. 😉
I’ll shoot you an email.
How are you? It’s been a few years. When did you move up to Eureka? I was in the Bozeman area 2 years ago over Memorial Day weekend and swung by the place in Willow Creek. I didn’t knock or inquire because it didn’t look like you were living there anymore.
Sounds like things are going OK…drop me a line when you get a chance.
Hello Freedom friend Elias, I am contacting you about your Waco article I read a few moments ago. I Know about another ODD thing that happened at Waco. I am in the Junk car biz. I am out of Rhode Island. I am out of the Biggest Junk yard in Rhode Island. Over 13,000 Cars and trucks 6,500 Pre 1972 still Standing. Largest Antique Junk yard in New England. David Koresh has a 1968 Shelby Mustang. Not Many of these cars exist. My point is I was watching TV 5 hours before the Fires began the Finial demise to the Victims/Citizens. I Do Freedom my entire Life(64 years) Anyhoo I watched one of the Tanks Pull up to a garage with Whips Knocking down the wall of the Garage. the tank moved out of the way and a Ford 1 Ton Tow truck (Flat Bed) Drove in and backed up to the garage and Loaded the Mustang. He then Left. The Camera Filmed Everything! I SAW This. Now I Have over 1,000 Mustangs Standing for parts. East Coast Rust and Rot jobs Picked off. But I KNOW what a REAL 1968 Shelby Mustang is Worth. Some S.O.B. F.B.I. Agent Has that Car. And KNEW they were going to KILL and Destroy everyone there. The Car’s V.I.N. Cannot be Altered or Renumbered. Every Shelby Mustang has been Identified and is Tracked. So this is why I have responded to you. Charles Picerno (Rhode Island Militia)
Sorry for the delay in getting this posted up. I don’t usually expect readers here, so stay busy at the other sites I work day and night.
Thank you muchly for this bit of info. I do know that Shelby Mustangs are very collectible cars. Did not know about Koresh owning one. If he had it registered in his name, it may be possible at some find day in the future to catch the thug who stole it. The State of Texas would have the info, in his name, yes?
Hey General. Markn here. I hope all is well. Have you heard anything from or about JD? I still have a book that belongs to him, that I have longed long to redeliver. Anyway, please accept my best regards, and those of BAW as well!