Anyway, only the first three quotes really seem to apply to your point, the others don't seem to deal with "procession" at all, at least to me.
Well, when pro-Filioque advocates try to stake the claim that the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son, they generally frame it as separating them in some way, the Spirit from the Son or Father, something like that.
"You cite Western Fathers. But this simply pours the West down into the abyss, because it contends against the whole world..."
That's what I predicted the adequate response would be but, if possible, I would like to see it demonstrated from more of a variety of Patristic references.
And please don't get the impression that I agree with the Filioque clause, I don't. Christ never said the Holy Spirit proceeded from Him, and I don't confess in the Nicene Creed the "and the Son" bit either.
I just want some constructive discussion on an issue that came up when I was reading the Fathers.
When I was at a Catholic Church recently, I recited the Creed without the "and the Son" clause during the Mass so, I don't take issue with it being absent from the Creed.