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In case you missed it on the World visionportal thread this I believe is very very important.The possible ramifications are difficult to think about..
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This whole matter is obviously scientifically complicated, but it gets even more so when one begins to define, and I am saying we should address this small point because I have to ask you, at what point does a computer designed nano engineered bio organism become by definition a"Bio-weapon?" I believe this Gulf Blue Plague is a bio-weapon. Since the vaccine patent implies fore knowledge it appears that the initial purpose of use by BP was to increase oil flow. This was achieved, but if that process met with some ancient bio organisms and mutated then we still have to ponder why would they have a vaccine patent for a sickness that does not yet exist? Or did it exist and they knew about it and they designed it, played with it and in doing so, whatever final version they used, had the vaccine to counter the mutation process of being absorbed into other organisms.

If the original intention was to disperse a nano engineered synthetic to deal with the oil disaster then one has to ponder, why was it designed with an antibiotic resistance if not needed to do something by intention beyond the scope of eating oil? Once you settle on any answer, you are left realizing that much of the original intent, before the mutation into what is currently in the gulf was to use synthia to increase profits while covertly contaminating the food chain and the human population that sustains itself on that food source. It this is true then the mutation could be outside the ability of the vaccine developed to do anything. If they already know this, they might try to sell a vaccine they already know wont work. Then can then of course inject you with anything if they play out that deception on the public.

If my premise is sustainable, it makes the initial release of synthia in the gulf an "intentional" act to eventually contaminate sea and marine life while eventually endangering humans and their food sources with irreversible DNA contamination. The plankton and food chain is affected and the world is slowly becoming a victim to this same issue. The cholera outbreak in Haiti is a possible mutation of this same synthetic organism.

Anyway, to answer many of these questions will require us to think dark thoughts about dark actions that many do not want discussed or investigated. The media black out and the governmental complicity is aggravated by a complete lack of scientific and medical support. We must use where necessary the International community because at this point it affects us all. With no desire to discuss this issue or for the truth to be revealed, it is already apparent to me that this subject matter will be ignored as long as possible. Besides, who really could and would believe that the FDA, EPA, NOAA and even the Obama administration would all be holding hands singing the water is fine, come on down and eat the shrimp, its safe to eat.

Oh well, this is an excellent effort on your part and I encourage even more analysis of those areas that will clearly show that this whole incident was much more than just some oil spill.

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Just want to bump it.
read it more then once, but it stays important to know !
Tnx COL.

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UPDATE: Scientist John Hutchison using ancient Solfeggio Scale harmonics and their frequencies to heal and clean the Gulf of Mexico

Part 1 of 6


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In case you missed it on the World visionportal thread this I believe is very very important.The possible ramifications are difficult to think about..
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Re: THE WALKING DEAD - PT I: HOW THE GULF BLUE PLAGUE (BP) B

..... the initial release of synthia in the gulf an "intentional" act to eventually contaminate sea and marine life while eventually endangering humans and their food sources with irreversible DNA contamination. The plankton and food chain is affected and the world is slowly becoming a victim to this same issue. .....

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Until the prepatrators are forced to make information public, our chances for a solution to this nightmare is very low and miserably long-term.
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UPDATE: Scientist John Hutchison using ancient Solfeggio Scale harmonics and their frequencies to heal and clean the Gulf of Mexico

Part 1 of 6


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bump

Tnx, hf
I already saw the vid.
This is soooooo important and great what those people do !!!
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UPDATE: Scientist John Hutchison using ancient Solfeggio Scale harmonics and their frequencies to heal and clean the Gulf of Mexico

Part 1 of 6


Entire video Playlist can be seen here
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I've looked at some of the vids and, althought I don't understand the science, the process seems valid.

It is not reasonable to expect to walk up to a Habour Master and request service for an unproven theory to be used on public land and resources.

The question is:

What steps are necessary to prove this application for cleaning water to the point where it can get basic approval, at for instance, from local level officials.

Is there something the general public can do to assist?

What will it take to get a state university to run tests and issue a report on whether the process is effective for the purpose described?
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Did anyone read any of my posts?

YES! as a matter of fact.
About NOTAMS? Or the Blue Plague? That Blue Plague (BP?) is a nasty and you made some good points about "Why did they patent a vaccine for it?" Usually, a sample of the disease/virus/organism is needed to develop a vaccine. This leaves us with several short questions: Who? How? Why?

RE: the NOTAMS that book is one of several you are handed when you take pilot training. You get that NOTAM book on your desk with a note from the Instructor "Memorize, test Monday" You also get a fairly complete class in weather, and FAR's which actually stands for "Fucking Airplane Rules" Another one you memorize before the test. The way it works is not as complicated as it seems. They give certain ares defined bt Lat/Longitude and you find them on your sectional (aircraft map) and mark it out with a pencil.
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Hans do you know whether the no fly ban is still in effect over the Gulf?As an aside I hope you got to spend a good Thanksgiving.....
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Agree Isis7, so much has already occurred, why add something that long term will make it worse.

How about just stop ALL oil production in the GoM and surrounding areas for a few years and see what transpires?



BHD, I don't see a single valid point from your suggestion.


Did you understand what it was in relation to?

synthia, - artificial, engineered nano, which is now becomming more and more in to the light as to the goings on in the GoM, and the BEZERK alert that started this all.

The comment was in relation to the so called release of synthia types to rid the Gulf of the oil lakes below. Some are naturally occuring, others from cracking the basin through drilling.

So....stopping oil production would be a help. It should never have been allowed to occur in the first place.

Without doing years and years of research, how could Venter know what the consequences would be of releasing his poison in to the Gulf? That was my point.

Why makes things potentially worse, when traditional means can be used, all be it expensive to do so.

So there are a few valid points to start with.

Have a look at the Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster vids, and translate that to the bottom of the GoM. There's another valid point, which was discussed a few posts above the one you're referring to.

If the Gulf residents had their time over, and were allowed to take a vote on the issue, do you think they would allow big oil in to the precious Gulf again? knowing what is happening now, and the horrible future ahead?

I find your statement repugnant.

Type yourself a name or go back to ABC-ville
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BHD, what is really going on?

Is it true that the GOM is slated for a blue/green algae farm with the patents and land already set up for big oil and the government subsidizing fascist corporations with taxpayer money for "green/blue" projects and carbon credits from the Texas/Louisana refineries.

Woodie has suggested something along this line and stock sales of new algae-type companies indicate the same.

What is needed in the next step for this scenario? My guess is that they [BP, et al] need to stop oil/gas production in the Gulf, just as you suggest. The part of the Southern and Coastal which is not yet devastated will totally go under if/when that happens and there is nothing structured to compensate these people, or assist them to relocate and begin again.

This is not a situation where, "if we could do it over" but more that millions of local population, plus the wildlife, was never considered from the get-go.

EVERYBODY HAS GOT TO PAY FOR THIS GD MESS! Not just the population of the Southeastern United States. Plus we need accurate and current scientific information in order to pursue a reasonable solution to a disaster which, apparently, has gotten totally out of control of the creators.

Question: Will it make a difference if I call myself "Good Hair Day" ?
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More info on the plane crash !It was coming in to Destin from New Orleans and was close to the sirport flying LOW over water when it crashed!METHANE POCKET?! I think it could well be possible....
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Very interesting info at the link. Is it possible that the Texas super-lawyer and the BP spill exec were related by marriage? If so, my, my what a duo...


"James Patrick Black, 58, died about a mile from the Destin airport in the Florida Panhandle on Tuesday night, said BP spokeswoman Hejdi Feick. Those who knew them said the three were bound for a Thanksgiving holiday gathering in Florida.

Black was director of operations for BP's Gulf Coast Restoration Organization and had a key role guiding the business unit created after April's Deepwater Horizon rig fire and explosion and monthslong spill that spewed at least 200 millions of crude oil from a blown-out BP well.

Investigators also said former Texas solicitor general, 47-year-old Gregory Scott Coleman, and his mother-in-law, Charlene Black Miller, 63, died when the Piper Malibu that Coleman was piloting from Texas via New Orleans went down in limited visibility while approaching the airport.

Black had worked for BP for 34 years, Feick said in a statement.

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Coleman was a prominent lawyer and Texas' top appellate lawyer as the state's first solicitor general, appointed in 1999.

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Flying was a hobby for Coleman who also flew on legal business, Ward said, adding the three were bound for a Thanksgiving gathering in Florida with relatives. Coleman's wife and sons were there waiting for him, Ward added."
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Y'all we're seven months out from the rig blowout and ten months out from the spill.

Keep your hat on your seat to save your place. I'm beginning to think this thread could reach 2+ million views.

Lots of nasties and the BP, et al gang has not been able to keep all the little pop-ups hammered down.

It is the nature of things that there will be a lot of people out there who know facts and have documentation on the evil of this program. They have to stay quiet to stay alive. We must witness big changes before they can start to give evidence.

In the meantime, we lose our wonderful Gulf, our beaches, great fishing and seafood and a whole world of wildlife.

The EVIL has now so contaminated the Gulf that the fascist profiteers will never see their Gulf algae project turn a profit.
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Y'all we're seven months out from the rig blowout and ten months out from the spill.

Keep your hat on your seat to save your place. I'm beginning to think this thread could reach 2+ million views.

Lots of nasties and the BP, et al gang has not been able to keep all the little pop-ups hammered down.

It is the nature of things that there will be a lot of people out there who know facts and have documentation on the evil of this program. They have to stay quiet to stay alive. We must witness big changes before they can start to give evidence.

In the meantime, we lose our wonderful Gulf, our beaches, great fishing and seafood and a whole world of wildlife.

The EVIL has now so contaminated the Gulf that the fascist profiteers will never see their Gulf algae project turn a profit.
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Agree Isis7, so much has already occurred, why add something that long term will make it worse.

How about just stop ALL oil production in the GoM and surrounding areas for a few years and see what transpires?



BHD, I don't see a single valid point from your suggestion.


Did you understand what it was in relation to?

synthia, - artificial, engineered nano, which is now becomming more and more in to the light as to the goings on in the GoM, and the BEZERK alert that started this all.

The comment was in relation to the so called release of synthia types to rid the Gulf of the oil lakes below. Some are naturally occuring, others from cracking the basin through drilling.

So....stopping oil production would be a help. It should never have been allowed to occur in the first place.

Without doing years and years of research, how could Venter know what the consequences would be of releasing his poison in to the Gulf? That was my point.

Why makes things potentially worse, when traditional means can be used, all be it expensive to do so.

So there are a few valid points to start with.

Have a look at the Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster vids, and translate that to the bottom of the GoM. There's another valid point, which was discussed a few posts above the one you're referring to.

If the Gulf residents had their time over, and were allowed to take a vote on the issue, do you think they would allow big oil in to the precious Gulf again? knowing what is happening now, and the horrible future ahead?

I find your statement repugnant.

Type yourself a name or go back to ABC-ville



BHD, what is really going on?

Is it true that the GOM is slated for a blue/green algae farm with the patents and land already set up for big oil and the government subsidizing fascist corporations with taxpayer money for "green/blue" projects and carbon credits from the Texas/Louisana refineries.

Woodie has suggested something along this line and stock sales of new algae-type companies indicate the same.

What is needed in the next step for this scenario? My guess is that they [BP, et al] need to stop oil/gas production in the Gulf, just as you suggest. The part of the Southern and Coastal which is not yet devastated will totally go under if/when that happens and there is nothing structured to compensate these people, or assist them to relocate and begin again.

This is not a situation where, "if we could do it over" but more that millions of local population, plus the wildlife, was never considered from the get-go.

EVERYBODY HAS GOT TO PAY FOR THIS GD MESS! Not just the population of the Southeastern United States. Plus we need accurate and current scientific information in order to pursue a reasonable solution to a disaster which, apparently, has gotten totally out of control of the creators.

Question: Will it make a difference if I call myself "Good Hair Day" ?
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Yes it would as you posted as AC1173715 before. A name at least gives me something to focus on when replying, I then have an idea of who I am conversing with, and what their previous posts have indicated.

Regarding those who 'know', you seem quite informed, are you in fear of reprisals if you let us know your jigsaw piece?

Can you shed some light on the enormous gleaming white creature that is laying between the oil mass and the shore line of the Gulf? The subs see it, the cetaceans see it, but we peeps cant with our naked eyes or cameras.

There's something NEW and non Aco'/OP/G7 influenced!

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This from 2001 shows how complicated the ecosystem is in the Gulf and that at the best of times.........
ScienceDaily (Aug. 29, 2001) Saharan dust clouds travel thousands of miles and fertilize the water off the West Florida coast with iron, which kicks off blooms of toxic algae, according to a new study. The research was partially funded by a NASA grant as part of ECOHAB: Florida (Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms), a multi-disciplinary research project designed to study harmful algae.

Toxic algal blooms, sometimes called red tides, have in the past killed huge numbers of fish, shellfish, marine mammals, birds, and can cause skin and respiratory problems in humans.
Each year iron from Saharan dust clouds is deposited in the waters off the West Florida coast. Once there, plant-like bacteria use the iron to set the stage for red tides. When iron levels go up, this bacteria, called Trichodesmium, 'fixes' nitrogen in the water, converting it to a form usable by other marine life. The addition of biologically usable nitrogen in the water makes the Gulf of Mexico a more likely environment for toxic algae to bloom.
"This is one of the first studies that quantitatively measured iron from the dust and tied it to red tides through Trichodesmium," said Jason Lenes, a graduate student at University of South Florida's College of Marine Science, and the lead author in the study. Lenes works under John J. Walsh, one of the principal investigators for ECOHAB, and one of the paper's coauthors. The research appears in the September issue of the scientific journal, Limnology and Oceanography.
Storm activity in the Sahara Desert region generates clouds of dust that originate from fine particles in the arid topsoil. Easterly trade winds carry the dust across the Atlantic Ocean and into the Gulf of Mexico. "Because iron is one of the most common elements in most soils, a certain percentage of the dust contains iron," said Lenes.
The study used satellite and ground based measurements to track large dust clouds leaving Africa on June 17, 1999. Lenes and his colleagues followed the clouds using data from the Advanced Very-High-Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR), an imager aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellites (POES).
The Saharan dust reached the West Florida shelf around July 1st, increasing iron concentrations in the surface waters by 300 percent. As a result, Trichodesmium counts shot up 10 times what they had been prior to this event. Through a complex process involving a special enzyme called nitrogenase, the Trichodesmium used the iron to convert nitrogen in the water to a form more usable for other marine life. In October, after a 300 percent increase of dissolved organic nitrogen, a huge bloom of toxic red algae (Karenia brevis) had formed within the study area, an 8,100 square mile region between Tampa Bay and Fort Myers, Florida.
Scientists have labored for several years in an effort to develop a reliable method to predict red tides, particularly because the results of these blooms can be both physically and economically devastating to a region.
"The West Florida shelf is a hot spot for fishing, aquaculture and tourism, all of which can be drastically affected by a surprise visit from a red tide," said Lenes.
Humans who swim in the Gulf can experience respiratory problems by breathing toxins from K. brevis that get in the air. Also, eating shellfish poisoned by red tides can lead to paralysis and memory problems. Around the Gulf of Mexico, scientists and others have recorded fish kills totaling in the millions and manatee deaths in the hundreds resulting from a single red tide bloom.
By using satellites to monitor dust arrivals and Trichodesmium blooms, Lenes said this research could lead to forecasting of red tides. "If you could predict when a red tide is coming, you could close beaches and fisheries ahead of time," Lenes said.

The paper was funded through a number of grants connected with the ECOHAB program. Other funding for this study included grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Office of Naval Research and the Environmental Protection Agency. The ECOHAB: Florida Mission is to better understand the factors involved in the occurrence and dispersal of Florida's predominant red tide algae, K. brevis, and to predict and manage harmful algal bloom events.
For more information on ECOHAB and Red Tides see: [link to www.floridamarine.org]
Also see: [link to www.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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Apologies if posted before -

NOAA Closes 4,200 Square Miles of Gulf Waters to Royal Red Shrimping

[link to www.noaanews.noaa.gov]

Yep, oil is gone, nothing to see here, start eating shrimp again..

I would like to see a re-enactment of that scene in Ellen Brockovich, where she pours the lawyers a water, then, just before they drink it, says, "we had it flown in speacial for you". They all put their glasses down - but with shrimp cocktails and other GoM seafood served up to BP execs and other political leaders who are doing nothing.

"we had it flown in real special for Y'all"
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I have just been watching video of Graham Hancock and his experiences with Ayahuasca in South America, he was talking about a great snake that visited him. Krispy have you viewed any of his video? It reminded me so much about your dream and the snake that asked for your help, you may find it interesting
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Question: Will it make a difference if I call myself "Good Hair Day" ?

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BHD reply:

Yes it would as you posted as AC1173715 before. A name at least gives me something to focus on when replying, I then have an idea of who I am conversing with, and what their previous posts have indicated.

Regarding those who 'know', you seem quite informed, are you in fear of reprisals if you let us know your jigsaw piece?

Can you shed some light on the enormous gleaming white creature that is laying between the oil mass and the shore line of the Gulf? The subs see it, the cetaceans see it, but we peeps cant with our naked eyes or cameras.

There's something NEW and non Aco'/OP/G7 influenced!
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First, a couple of housekeeping notes:

I'm the AC from SC and my AC# changes often, not from anything to do with glp, but because somehow, the AT & T service I use 'floats' my computer id, probably because I am rural.

Due to the gamesmanship going on from early in this thread, it was more to my advantage for effect from my posts to only post as an AC. At this time, I see little to gain by posting with an identity and I understand the frustration of trying to respond to an unknown entity.

I do not have specific information, or personal facts regarding the Gulf. However, people in my area continue to visit the Gulf on vacation, family of friends and neighbors live there and occasaionally someone from the Gulf area is in my area looking around for an 'escape.' I am explaining that I hear bits and pieces of anecdotal information about the issue at the Gulf.

I know nothing of an "enormous gleaming white creature that is laying between the oil mass and the shore line of the Gulf", but this does play into the weird post we read on the thread about the enormous creature off the coast of S. America. Remember? It came from a fiction story-line website. I looked up some stuff and there was enough information in that fictional story to give support to the idea that we may have a much more unusual situation in the Gulf than what has been described anywhere.

My posts are not just 'fun and games' but are for the purpose of ferreting out information. If we are to get any real information, I believe that it will have to be fictionalized to allow it to stay on the internet. Are any of us good enough to know the difference? Dunno.

I have personal reasons, having nothing to do with the content of this thread, for believing we will deal with the following issues:

1. An out-of-control algae/mold, but that it can be killed by direct application of household bleach,

2. All plastic will either be rendered completely useless, or will be harmful to our health, and

3. Electric power-grid will either become a source of harm, or will not be available to us.

It is looking more and more as if the problem in the Gulf will be the reason we may have to deal with such issues.


Any information is appreciated and if someone wants to put information in a story of fiction, that is fine with me. Just lay it out there. If pieces fit, they'll be put into the puzzle picture, if not, they will be discarded.
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The written word can be quite selective when you are not sure who is behind it. Thanks for clearing that up.
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dbl post soz.

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For your nighttime pleasure.........SOLFEGGIO..........BLISS
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Careful!!!!!!!!It is dangerous to open Pandora's box!
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Agree Isis7, so much has already occurred, why add something that long term will make it worse.

How about just stop ALL oil production in the GoM and surrounding areas for a few years and see what transpires?



BHD, I don't see a single valid point from your suggestion.


Did you understand what it was in relation to?

synthia, - artificial, engineered nano, which is now becomming more and more in to the light as to the goings on in the GoM, and the BEZERK alert that started this all.

The comment was in relation to the so called release of synthia types to rid the Gulf of the oil lakes below. Some are naturally occuring, others from cracking the basin through drilling.

So....stopping oil production would be a help. It should never have been allowed to occur in the first place.

Without doing years and years of research, how could Venter know what the consequences would be of releasing his poison in to the Gulf? That was my point.

Why makes things potentially worse, when traditional means can be used, all be it expensive to do so.

So there are a few valid points to start with.

Have a look at the Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster vids, and translate that to the bottom of the GoM. There's another valid point, which was discussed a few posts above the one you're referring to.

If the Gulf residents had their time over, and were allowed to take a vote on the issue, do you think they would allow big oil in to the precious Gulf again? knowing what is happening now, and the horrible future ahead?

I find your statement repugnant.

Type yourself a name or go back to ABC-ville



BHD, what is really going on?

Is it true that the GOM is slated for a blue/green algae farm with the patents and land already set up for big oil and the government subsidizing fascist corporations with taxpayer money for "green/blue" projects and carbon credits from the Texas/Louisana refineries.

Woodie has suggested something along this line and stock sales of new algae-type companies indicate the same.

What is needed in the next step for this scenario? My guess is that they [BP, et al] need to stop oil/gas production in the Gulf, just as you suggest. The part of the Southern and Coastal which is not yet devastated will totally go under if/when that happens and there is nothing structured to compensate these people, or assist them to relocate and begin again.

This is not a situation where, "if we could do it over" but more that millions of local population, plus the wildlife, was never considered from the get-go.

EVERYBODY HAS GOT TO PAY FOR THIS GD MESS! Not just the population of the Southeastern United States. Plus we need accurate and current scientific information in order to pursue a reasonable solution to a disaster which, apparently, has gotten totally out of control of the creators.

Question: Will it make a difference if I call myself "Good Hair Day" ?


Yes it would as you posted as AC1173715 before. A name at least gives me something to focus on when replying, I then have an idea of who I am conversing with, and what their previous posts have indicated.

Regarding those who 'know', you seem quite informed, are you in fear of reprisals if you let us know your jigsaw piece?

Can you shed some light on the enormous gleaming white creature that is laying between the oil mass and the shore line of the Gulf? The subs see it, the cetaceans see it, but we peeps cant with our naked eyes or cameras.

There's something NEW and non Aco'/OP/G7 influenced!
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Enormous gleaming white creature ? ! (what?) I have not heard of that one. If so, could it be another stage of the conversion of huge tar balls into artificial reefs ? These tar ball reefs, a kind of heat sink or thermo generator. A source for maintaining ideal temperatures for algea growth and sustaining it.

I would certainly like to hear more about this emormous gleaming creature, may lend creedence to the reef project.
Wireless receivers are being constructed inland not for data, but for high tension power distibution. Yeah, there have been some jobs created for this transmission effort, just gets stranger as more info becomes available.

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Hope your Thanksgiving was great Bezerkers !
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Hope your Thanksgiving was great Bezerkers !
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You too Woodster.

I should correct myself, the gleaming white 'thing' is not sentient and is more like a thick lightening bolt, but smooth and morphous.

It is solid, not liquid or flowing. Possibly 1000's of meters long. Cant be seen by human eye, only by sonar and cetaceans.

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Careful!!!!!!!!It is dangerous to open Pandora's box!
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CoL, that makes the dude from Jurassic Park look like a sincere and thoughtful person.

What the hell is wrong with people? Why do they feel the need to fiddle with this stuff? I just dont get it.
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Hope your Thanksgiving was great Bezerkers !

You too Woodster.

I should correct myself, the gleaming white 'thing' is not sentient and is more like a thick lightening bolt, but smooth and morphous.

It is solid, not liquid or flowing. Possibly 1000's of meters long. Cant be seen by human eye, only by sonar and cetaceans.
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BHD, you are such a tease! C'mon dude, spit it out!
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sorry for the double post

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U 2?

- there's that black cat from the Matrix walkin' by again...

Nuthin' to spit out Tutes. Just a pic in my head, and cast the rod to see if any bites...Unfortunately no pearls of wisdom from me..
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CoL, that makes the dude from Jurassic Park look like a sincere and thoughtful person.

What the hell is wrong with people? Why do they feel the need to fiddle with this stuff? I just dont get it.
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Awe, come on guys and gals... same old, same old...
they are looking for the same thing science/alchemy has always searched for...

wait for it...

that's right... the tales of old mentioned it... the bible mentioned it (so it must be true, right?)

THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

those "lived thousands of years" genes that the ancients had.

It was once thought to exist in Florida.
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Apologies if posted before -

NOAA Closes 4,200 Square Miles of Gulf Waters to Royal Red Shrimping

[link to www.noaanews.noaa.gov]

Yep, oil is gone, nothing to see here, start eating shrimp again..

I would like to see a re-enactment of that scene in Ellen Brockovich, where she pours the lawyers a water, then, just before they drink it, says, "we had it flown in speacial for you". They all put their glasses down - but with shrimp cocktails and other GoM seafood served up to BP execs and other political leaders who are doing nothing.

"we had it flown in real special for Y'all"
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I have just been watching video of Graham Hancock and his experiences with Ayahuasca in South America, he was talking about a great snake that visited him. Krispy have you viewed any of his video? It reminded me so much about your dream and the snake that asked for your help, you may find it interesting
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Hello Agapao,
No I havent, but after your post I will go look them up.
Any link to it directly?

Tnx hf


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