Hello, welcome to my home page, my name is Andrew Rule.   The purpose of this page is to show you some of the things that are of interest to me.  

Note: I do not endorse everything that is behind every link, indeed, there might be things in them that I very much disagree with.  Nevertheless, I post them here because I believe they are worthwhile in some way.    

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I'll start off with where I go to church.  This is where you will find me on Sundays and Wednesday evenings.  You are welcome to come along too.  Or, if you would like we could study the Bible together.  Just send me an email.  Here are a couple of places you can go for your studies.  

Other than going to the Wallingford church of Christ homepage, you can go to Bible.ca or newtestamentchurch.org.  Also of interest is Restoration Movement Texts.You can find some great Bible software at e-sword.net.  It is free, has many transcripts, commentaries, maps, and other religious material.  I highly recommend it.   

You don't want this [1:00] to happen to you, so study and do now, rather than later.


"I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form

of tyranny over the mind of man." -- Thomas Jefferson


Knowledge is power; the Bible calls us to be mature in understanding.  I believe that we are to do our best to be as educated as best we can.  Unfortunately, modern Government Schooling cripples children, as an Underground History has shown that it was designed to do.  It deliberately dumbs down.  What we can do to change this is to read short articles, books and  listen to lectures about it; work to be educated ourselves and to free our own lives from its influences.  After this, then work to end this dreadful system. 

Here are some effective ways for education:  Throughout western civilization, scholarship started with the seven liberal arts, the point of which was to train you how to think.  These arts were divided up into the Trivium and the Quadrivium.  The Trivium, which consists of Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric, is where you should start.    

I recommend Trivium Pursuit Online with its sister site ChristianLogic.com and Classical Christian Home schooling. Some other resources are a text in Formal Logic, Euclid's Elements, Robinson self teaching, BookNotes.org, 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica, Freebooks.com, Abacus, Trinity Foundation, Restoration Movement Texts, Radical Academy, The New Advent, Wikipedia, e-sword.net and Politically Incorrect Guide Book Series.  See here for Lowest Cost Colleges (50%-90% off retail).  Play Sudoku for fun.

Which more accurately represents
Government Schools?

(From JohnTaylorGatto.com)


One of the signs, or elements, of a cult is a difference between the exoteric and the esoteric creeds, indeed when they actually contradict each other.  Thus, we have the exoteric creed of the government schools that they are places of learning and education, are mind opening, fun and wholesome environments for children, when in fact their esoteric creed is an artificial and oppressive environment, backward thinking, ignorant and envious to true learning and achievement.



Wallingford, Connecticut is where I live.  It was settled in 1670 and at that time encompassed other present day towns, including Meriden, Cheshire, Southington, and parts of Prospect.   Lyman Hall, a signer of the Declaration of Independence for Georgia, was born here.  

You can visit many museums and historical societies in Connecticut  such as Florence Griswold Museum, Henry Whitfield Museum,    Mystic Seaport, and Peabody Museum.  If you like hiking and nature, go to Sleeping Giant or any other  of the  Connecticut's Blue Blazed Hiking Trails. See Action Wildlife in Goshen.  Plimoth Plantation in Massachusetts is a must see, as well as Old Sturbridge Village.

Click on the picture on the left to see scenes of Wallingford and surrounding towns, among other things.





The Weston A. Price foundation advocates more traditional BioDynamic farming and whole food methods including Real Milk.  See also the Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation.  Suggested reading: "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration." 

Dr. Mercola and Health Sciences Institute have good email newsletters. See also Four Fold Path to Health, Wise Food Ways, SixWise.Com and Body Ecology Diet.

Use your Real Milk to make Kefir, a rich, creamy dairy beverage which has many other uses, and is very good for you, as is Kombucha.   

Learn the art of Wild Fermentation.  Learn how to make Cheese; raise some Chickens; make other things including cheese.  Make Humanure. I get my milk from DeerField Farm.


Now for a public health service announcement:



As many of my friends know I am a libertarian, and also the treasurer of the Libertarian Party of Connecticut, an affiliate of the national Libertarian Party. 

Ron Paul ran for President.  He arguably is one of the most consistently pro-Liberty and Constitutional Congressman in recent times.  Paul has been a Congressman, on and off since 1976.  In 1988, he ran for President as a Libertarian.  In the Mid-1990's he went back to Congress, founding the Liberty Committee.  His main themes are bringing the troops home, abolishing the IRS, and bringing us back to sound money.  He now runs the Campaign for Liberty.  See the Ron Paul Page!!           And..........Don't Vote!!

Liberty links: A very effective visual presentation Constitution.org is a good source for original documents, especially for reading the Declaration of Independence  FFF and FEE are both classical liberal organizations.  Liberty Fund is a great place to find books.  Recommended short books:  "The Law" by Frederic Bastiat, "What Has Government Done to Our Money?"  by Murray N. Rothbard and "Mises on Money" by Gary North.  See Liberty Dollars, and compare how your money has devalued since 1913 using the CPI calculator from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. See alternative texts at American Deception.

Sadly, it appears that 911 was not caused by Muslim terrorists alone, if at all.  It was a perfect Reichstag Fire opportunity.  I will give a few introductory links: the video Improbable Collapse : The Demolition of our Republic [1:09:08], 911Truth.org Patriots Question 911, physics911.net.  These raise the question of Impeachment


Now for another public service announcement:


Don't forget the Ron Paul Page!!

Suggested Videos to Watch:

The Declaration of Independence, Spoken as it was meant to be (very Moving, highly recommended): See here. [14:25]

We're the Government, and Your Not [10:38]: 3 easy lessons on why you need to happily pay your taxes, spend all you can, and don't question why the government does what it does.  Watch this 3 minute musical "The Government Can".

Don't forget to take your Progenitorivox [2:52].  The convincing case of taking all the prescription drugs you can get!  Kinda goes along with the Town of Allopath illustrating the post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy.

This is a great little romantic flick about a shy guy, and a pretty girl [12:59].

More Serious:  Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve [41:25]  Improbable Collapse : The Demolition of our Republic [1:09:08]  The 911Mysteries [1:30:41] Unconstitutional - The War on Our Civil Liberties [1:08:20] The Great Global Warming Swindle [1:13:32]  No Guns for Negroes [10:00]

Here's an oldie but goodie about how Freedom, i.e. Capitalism, helps us make all kinds of great things in the world as contrasted with Institutional Envy, i.e. various forms of Marxism.  Beware of politicians who talk about solving the nation's woes, for what they really want to do is control people:



Here's some good old fashioned good advice on debt.  Politicians, please watch.  No, really, PLEASE WATCH: 



If that was too hard, click here.



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This is my Dad in Vermont, in front of the Searsburg windmills.  








Don't forget the Ron Paul Page!!


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