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Loving comic books and especially movies based on comic books certainly helps;  However, I believe that those who have wondered what happens after and between events in an epic will find Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. blissfully entertaining.

The creators of the show and the movies do a wonderstrukk play of consistently weaving the stories from the movies into one world.  The Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. series goes further with illuminating and illustrating what happens after Iron Man, Captain America, et cetera save the world.  The series has its own stories that have their own part to play in the larger tapestry of the Marvel materia.

Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s first season's main story arc culminated with a different point of view to the new Captain America: Winter Soldier.  The second season has just started;  Therefore, I believe it will be interesting to see what movie the second season ties into and the part it will play.

The writers do a masterful job of helping the entire Marvel materia to be more believable.  Every character and event has a myriad of levels, and are individualistically unique.  From;  The young orphan technological savant girl, Skye's quest to find her birth parents.  Or;  Discovering T.A.H.I.T.I. and how it relates to Agent Phil Coulson's biblical resurrection.  To;  Handling the materia left after the alien invasion Thor thwarted.

I have been imagining a show such as Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for a very long time now.  I never thought it likely until I started learning more about manifesting.  Even now I just connected the dots as I am typing.

In an effort to manifest the next stage, I pray and beg the Goddess to absolutely manifest a story in the Star Wars omniverse of: The Old Republic.  For those who struggle to understand dues machina, Disney deciding to grant my prayer is the Goddess responding 'through' them.  Of course, I could be wrong and just any Star Wars television series would help the most with my choice to be happy.

In the Latin language Dies, translates into American English as: "Day of".  I refer to the moon as Luna or Phaeton, and the later because I believe that is the largest chunk of earth left of the planet that orbited between Mars and Jupiter.  May be the majority of society disagrees with this assessment of mine, but I find that irrelevant.  I refuse to let society dictate to me what I name objects.

When a Statist says "conservative" their intention is to convey that the subject 'resists change' and is 'traditional' in all ways.  This is the true and original definition of the word.  It probably originates from when the Democrat Party was actually a libertarian oriented party, and refers to their opposition.

When a Republican or Tea Party sapien says "conservative" they are referring to a libertarian system of beliefs, such that the President of the United States Ronald Reagan materialized.  It appears those that continue to support this delusional view are actually statists themselves.  The opposition that actually exemplify libertarian views refuse to let this failure in language continue.

Of this language disparity, I absolutely and abundantly beg and pray for the Goddess to absolutely manifest the majority to correct this mistake in language.  The different definitions only helps the Statist's with their propaganda brainwashing campaign, in addition derision being its very nature.

Of course, the lame stream media is reporting "Republican" taking over the Senate as becoming more likely.  This was decided a long time ago, but the Statist have their story to tell as they try, and fail, to retain their power.  As Atlas Shrugged's John Galt says: "join us, or get out of the way".