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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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there will not be war in Korea for now .... it's just about 'chest thumping' .... The US knows that N Korea are not playing games, and it is not in the interest of TPTB to start a world war

Nor will the euro countries collapse (including the PIGS i.e Portugal, Ireland, Greece and Spain) ... it is not in the interest of TPTB to see them completely collaspe and withdraw from the euro

I am more concerned with Israel / Iran at this moment and 'think' there may be something happening there before the new year ... hope that I am wrong
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Yeh...agree with this...think we should be looking somewhere other than the Korean situation, smells like distraction / chess-piece moves to provoke China.
Kind of depends how desperate TTWB really are...Israel/Iran? Well Netanyahu is just mad enough isn't he...and this depends on whether they need to be in there to take the place geographically/secure sacred sites, or if that has been achieved in a more cladestine manner...the alphabets have been in there for some time now.
The money sitiation...I read a while back someone likening the money situation to piling sand into a heap...more and more sand added to the top of the heap until it slipped and fell. There was no sure way to know when it would slip, and no knowing how it would re-arrange itself afterward.
This would be too much loss of control for TTWB wouldn't it?
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Perhaps just all the land based nukes have been neutralized but no the ones in subs. Wasn't it said somewhere in OP posts about subs being the beginning and the end in relation to the coming events.
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But the subs can be "neutralised" with that new reversed-EMP device that the ET's or a country has...
I really love that device !

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there will not be war in Korea for now .... it's just about 'chest thumping' .... The US knows that N Korea are not playing games, and it is not in the interest of TPTB to start a world war (for now)

Nor will the euro countries collapse (including the PIGS i.e Portugal, Ireland, Greece and Spain) ... it is not in the interest of TPTB to see them completely collaspe and withdraw from the euro

I am more concerned with Israel / Iran at this moment and 'think' there may be something happening there before the new year ... hope that I am wrong
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Dim I'm surprised you are worried about Israel/Iran. the same people who own china, US, Korea also own Israe and Iran. Just more distraction to avert attention away from what is happening in the US and the erosion of rights going on here and in Europe. You want to fly without getting groped or scanded get your biometric card. You want to mail a package over 1 lb get your biometric card. Only $179 from the same man and company that brought you the scanners. rken
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Perhaps just all the land based nukes have been neutralized but no the ones in subs. Wasn't it said somewhere in OP posts about subs being the beginning and the end in relation to the coming events.


But the subs can be "neutralised" with that new reversed-EMP device that the ET's or a country has...
I really love that device !

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Sounds good to me Krispy. I was just kind of picking up the feeling that the subs could not be disarmed for some reason. Or perhaps had not been, yet. rken
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It would seem that we are between a rock and a hard place for the moment. Anything we do only allows them to futher arouse public support for more restrictive laws that take away more freedoms under the guise of security and safety. While they continue to establish more control by stageing small false flag events. like the shoe bomber, underware bomber, bomb laden packages, samonela poisoning in our food supply etc. rken
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Looking in some other directions ...
the salt domes brought me the idea to gigle salt ...


SALT shortage ...

WTF wtf

-Salt shortage adds to Bajhang folk woes
BAJHANG, NOV 29 -
[link to www.ekantipur.com]


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It’s the shortage of salt not rice locals of Bajhang are facing this time. The district hasn’t received a single delivery of the vital life diet over the past three months.

...“I am compelled to use lump salt due to lack of the powder iodised salt,” ...

The district based Salt Trading Corporation office has its own story to cook. “We have closed our office as there is not a single packet of salt left,” said its Chainpur chief Prakash Dhami.


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SALT for the aliens ????


The oldest salt mine known to date located in Azerbaijan
November 29, 2010
[link to www.physorg.com]


French archeologists have recently provided proof that the Duzdagi salt deposits, situated in the Araxes Valley in Azerbaijan, were already being exploited from the second half of the 5th millennium BC. It is therefore the most ancient exploitation of rock salt attested to date. And, to the researchers' surprise, intensive salt production was carried out in this mine at least as early as 3500 BC. This work, conducted in collaboration with the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and published on 1st December 2010 in the journal TUBA-AR, should help to elucidate how the first complex civilizations, which emerged between 4500 BC and 3500 BC in the Caucasus, were organized.

... In the Caucasus, the first traces of intensive exploitation of rock salt appeared at the very moment when these protohistoric societies were undergoing profound economic and technological changes, particularly with regard to the development, for the first time, of copper metallurgy.


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Duzdagi - Entrances to ancient tunnels

Another remarkable fact is that the abundance of artifacts dating from the early Bronze Age suggests that the Duzdagi mine was intensively exploited from as early as the 4th millennium BC. Hundreds of stone picks and hammers have in fact been found near the entrances of collapsed tunnels. The frequent presence nearby of ceramic pottery fragments specific to the culture known as “Kuro-Araxes” has made it possible to date these archeological artifacts. Their spatial and chronological distribution was analyzed by a geographic information system, combining satellite photos, aerial photos taken from a kite and the plotting of artifacts by DGPS, a sort of enhanced global positioning system. Such intensive extraction suggests that the salt from Duzdagi was not limited to local use by small self-sufficient communities. It was undoubtedly distributed, within a still unknown economic framework, to more far-off destinations. Furthermore, it appears that the extracted salt was not accessible to all of the communities in the Araxes Valley. Its exploitation from the 5th millennium BC seems to have been the prerogative of certain prominent groups.

This work raises a lot of questions. Who and what was the salt intended for in the 5th and 4th millennia BC. How were the communities that exploited these deposits organized? What were the political and economic links between the different regional sites (villages, workshops and mines), etc.? To find part of the answers, the archeologists hope to excavate the collapsed tunnels of this deposit, which covers more than 6 km2, in the near future

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bump

SALT and the PYRAMIDS.
Maybe this has to do with Aco's pointer that the Pyramids were TURNED ON again ?
Lets find out why salt is so important!


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The pyramid as the system to make energy

Recently many technicians and archaeologists have pointed out that the pyramids were an energy-generating system.
While Chris Dunn, a former high-tech engineer of the space aeronautics industry, investigated the complicated and geometric structure of the inside of the Great Pyramid and was convinced that it was the husk of a gargantuan mechanical device from which the most important inner structural parts had been detached for some reason.
It was built with an abundance of cut stones, 2.3 million pieces weighing 5.8 million tons, using higher technology than that now used in the newest high-rise buildings, because constructers wanted a large enough reward... that is, an enormous supply of electric power.

Chris Dunn supposed that the Great Pyramid amplified and changed sound waves (vibration wave) that came from the inside the Earth into electric power.

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The book by Dunn, "The Giza Power Plant." The cover is so cool.

Only important parts of the Great Pyramid, such as the King's Chamber, sarcophagus, and relieving chambers, are made of granite blocks (the other parts are all limestone).
The idea is that this granite may have changed the vibrational waves of the Earth into electricity. Quartz in granite has a characteristic that it changes vibrations like sound waves into electricity, and reversely electricity into vibrations.

Dunn also directed his attention to the walls of the Queen's Chamber, which were thickly coated with salt. Since such salt cannot be seen in other places, this has long been considered to be a mystery.
However, it has been found that a thick salt layer like this could be made if hydrogen gas filled the room.
This thick salt layer was composed of calcium carbonate (an ingredient of limestone), sodium chloride (rock salt), calcium sulfate (gypsum), and so on. These ingredients are minerals that would form were hot hydrogen gas to react with the limestone of the walls and the ceiling. He said that the Queen's Chamber was a device for producing hydrogen gas.

Dunn confidently speculated that a maser (similar to a razor) of this hydrogen gas was used to conduct electricity instead of copper wire.

Dunn's idea of a vibrational wave power plant. He got a great idea !

It is not only Chris Dunn who supposed that the Great Pyramid was an energy producing device.
In his book, Burne Heartman from Canada expressed his opinion that the pyramid was a huge limestone sponge that absorbed the water of the Nile River and changed it to hydrogen and oxygen, and then burnt hydrogen to make thermal power energy.

A question that came into his head was also why only the King's Chamber, sarcophagus, and relieving chambers were made of granite, though other parts of the pyramid were made of limestone.
Heartman's opinion is that hydrogen was burnt in the King's Chamber, and the relieving chambers played a part like a smokestack to lower the level of heato a level the surrounding limestone could bear.


Hydrogen energy theory by Alan F. Alford
Alan F. Alford supposed that a water fuel battery (heat energy which can be obtained by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen and burning the hydrogen) existed in the empty space of the Queen's Chamber. Then he said that hydrogen was burnt at the sarcophagus of the King's Chamber.

I feel that the fact that these three persons all turned into their attention to points of granite and hydrogen. It is a surprising that they have the same opinion, that "the hydrogen was produced in the Queen's Chamber," and "hydrogen was burnt in the King's Chamber."



Now read the following and think about the GOM ...
You might gonna see some big dots appearing ...



"About the pyramid, I think that it may be an energy plant.
This idea popped into my mind when I read the sentence about granite being used in the King's Chamber.
Pressing high pressure (to granite) produces strong electric energy. And that the pyramid seemed to use water.
Water, high pressure and electricity. Then I hit on the idea that this may have been a nuclear fusion reactor.
I studied physics a little when I was young. I checked the conditions under which nuclear fusion happens, and I was surprised.
First, it needs heavy hydrogen, and it seems that this can be extracted from water in a simple chemical reaction.
Then, by compressing that heavy hydrogen highly, to one hundred million degrees, nuclear fusion can be ignited. And it is possible to contain that energy by making an electromagnetic field with strong voltage.
That is, if heavy hydrogen were under high pressure in the King's Chamber, strong electromagnetic waves would arise from the granite and contain the energy. Moreover once this reaction happened, it would work semi-permanently, as long as water existed.

This is a perfect nuclear fusion reactor, isn't it ? "
"This is only a supposition," he said and taught the idea of nuclear fusion reactor as above. I think that this has high probability.

Nuclear fusion energy arises when heavy hydrogen is heated to one hundred million degrees. This is safe and clean energy because nuclear waste is not produced, as it was in past nuclear reactors and fast-breeder nuclear reactors. Nuclear energy that uses hydrogen will be put to practical use in the middle of the 21th century.
Various observations about energy that uses hydrogen have been made, and I too think that the Great Pyramid likely used hydrogen energy.
Hydrogen energy is the energy of the future, and its development has advanced in many countries. Unlimited hydrogen may be obtained from water, and moreover only water is produced after energy is output and neither carbon dioxide nor noxious fumes are produced. This energy can be said to be the ultimate clean energy. BMW in Germany began to produce hydrogen engine cars from 200, too. It is said that solid hydrogen will appear in the near future. It is no wonder that humans of advanced civilizations used to use this convenient energy.
It is highly likely that the Great Pyramid was an energy system like this, and in fact there is content indicating this in ancient documents from B.C.



Limestone in the gulf, hydrogen sources, ...


Sumerian Ancient Documents and the Pyramids

According to studies by Zecharia Sitchin, in ancient clay tablet documents of Sumerian civilization in Southern Iraq, what happened after Noah's Flood is written as follows:
At first, extraterrestrial Anunnaki transferred high urban civilization and sovereignty to the first region of Mesopotamia, the second region of the valley of Nile River (Egypt) and all Africa, the third region the valley of Indus River (India), and the fourth region Tirmun (the Sinai Peninsula), in turn.

In ancient Sumerian documents, the Great Pyramid was called Ekur (a house like a mountain). The pyramid appeared in poetry of that time and was expressed as follows.
"It controls sky ships"
"It is equipped with a great function that connects the Heaven and Earth"
"It shoots a stream of light that reaches far beyond and is a house in which the red light of heaven shines"
"It brings the great one that watches to earth as it rotates"
"It is a great guidepost for the air palace"


...
According to a description, Ninurta of Anunnaki entered into the pyramid at the time of the ancient pyramid war, and a stone called "Siam's stone" that emitted a red beam was set in the niche of the Queen's Chamber of the Great Pyramid. This "Siam's stone" seemed to be the heart of the pyramid.




Well well, isnt that interresting ?
Maybe some ancient pyramid (and technology) is buried under the seabed of the GOM ?
Rising the GOM would make sence ... to TPTB if they want to have a chance against those who come from above and dont have the same agenda like them ....



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"Further it is particularly noteworthy, that in going North to South in the Horizontal Passage, saline incrustations are observable on walls and floor, beginning at about 150 to 200 distance (inches?) distance from the North end, and increasing in amount further South until at last both roof, walls, and floor are covered with a coating often near an inch thick, brown outside, white inside, and of almost stony hardness."

Queen's Chamber
"This substance must be regarded as a modern exudation of the stone, for some letters scratched on the North Wall, with date 1824, have now a raised outline in the salty matter around and upon them." (Smyth would have seen this in about 1860).

"Similar incrustations, too, are to be seen on the Horizontal part of the entrance passage and walls of the sepulchral chamber of the Second pyramid. That the salt is almost entirely common salt, or chloride of sodium, Dr Wallace's recent analysis confirms. As well as by my own late finding that the recent cut and polished specimens of the Great Pyramid casing stones, after being put away for a few months in a closet are quite salt to the tongue.
But that does not explain off itself why there should be 12 times as much salt found in the construction of the stone forming the lining of the Queen's Chamber as in any other part of the Pyramid or Pyramid Hill yet examined."


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Just a random thought about the salt to Antarctica...
Could some of it be used to clear ice off pathways, and to make it easier to move vehicles?
What got me to thinking this was news article (on back page) about increase in winter traffic accidents due to salt on roadways being outlawed.

The Great Wise ones in Seattle outlawed the use of salt on roads to make roads less slippery to drive on. The idea was that the spring rains wash the salt down and pollute Puget Sound with salt water. Read that last sentence again... Puget Sound is an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, it is ALL salt water. What do these guys smoke?
Back to the topic: My point was that it may not be all going just for some nefarious purpose. However, if the salt was used to furnish dietary needs of 200,000 or so people down there that we don't know about...
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wtf

ET Annunaki Hieroglyphics Discovered On Coast Of New Jersey: Spectacular Images Cut Into A Salt Marsh To Be Only Seen And Recognized From The Air: Photos
15 Nov 2010
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16 Oct 2010
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Perhaps just all the land based nukes have been neutralized but no the ones in subs. Wasn't it said somewhere in OP posts about subs being the beginning and the end in relation to the coming events.


But the subs can be "neutralised" with that new reversed-EMP device that the ET's or a country has...
I really love that device !

Quoting: Krispy71

I must admit when I read the "Quarantine Is Off" article it really lifted my spirit, and indeed I have never doubted that Creator's will for this Solar System and Earth will go forward, just that it would likely get real messy on route to that outcome. Having read so much rather negative info over the past ten years about all the twists and turns, just how devious and duplicitous our leaders and TTWB really are, it is small wonder that I am cautious regarding saviours in our midst, wondering if it isn't just a good cop bad cop scenario to wrongfoot us yet again.
I suppose its a case of Do I dare to believe?
The neutralised nukes, and the immobilised subs are good things whoever is behind them for sure, and I hope that this continues and that more exotic weapons can be rendered useless also. I will wait and watch and learn, because I want to believe.
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Just a random thought about the salt to Antarctica...
Could some of it be used to clear ice off pathways, and to make it easier to move vehicles?
What got me to thinking this was news article (on back page) about increase in winter traffic accidents due to salt on roadways being outlawed.

The Great Wise ones in Seattle outlawed the use of salt on roads to make roads less slippery to drive on. The idea was that the spring rains wash the salt down and pollute Puget Sound with salt water. Read that last sentence again... Puget Sound is an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, it is ALL salt water. What do these guys smoke?
Back to the topic: My point was that it may not be all going just for some nefarious purpose. However, if the salt was used to furnish dietary needs of 200,000 or so people down there that we don't know about...
Hans
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More than 20 years ago, scientists first discovered that algae, fungi and bacteria could grow inside porous sandstone and surface pavement in the Antarctic Dry Valleys. Since the 1980's researchers have found other active niches for diverse Antarctic biology: long-lived algal mats submerged under 10-foot-thick lake ice crust and bacteria living in hot volcanic fumaroles of Mount Erebus. But by digging 1 to 3 inches below the soil top-layer, the American and New Zealand teams seemed to have uncovered what may prove to offer some surprising survival pathways for the sub-surface fungi.

"We went to the iron-rich horizons, where we thought we'd find lots of microbes, because microbes need iron for physiological processes," William Mahaney of York University said. "And we sampled the lower-down, high-salt horizons, where we thought we would find few microorganisms. We found just the opposite."

Their new collection included long-lived colonies of insecticidal (insect-killing) fungi and a common species of Penicillium bacteria. "The strange thing is, we found several colonies of Beauveria bassiana -- fungi that thrive on insects," said Mahaney. "The colonies may have been there longer than centuries, maybe millennia, maybe since the last Ice Age -- I have no idea how long. So the question is, what do these well-developed colonies live on?"

Finding out how the microbes live in the harsh Dry Valley region is one job for David Malloch of the University of Toronto (who analyzed the microbes), and some guesses have already been put forward. "Many fungi are able to tolerate low temperatures, dryness, dormancy, low nutrient levels, etc.", says Malloch. "You would fully expect to find fungi and other microorganisms in the Antarctic provided some liquid water is occasionally available and some organic carbon is present for their nutrition."

But liquid water is very rare in the Dry Valley. One plausible way to adapt to the Antarctic deep-freeze is to colonize high-salt soil, because salt lowers the apparent freezing point of liquid water. "We found microbes in soil with 3,000 ppm salt concentrations," Mahaney said. "That's so much salt, temperatures can drop to minus 56 degrees Celsius before there's frost bite." In Antarctica particularly, such salty soil may build up from wind-blown ocean salt and the churning of soil by slow, but persistent glacial migrations


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Just a random thought about the salt to Antarctica...
Could some of it be used to clear ice off pathways, and to make it easier to move vehicles?
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent

It's possible, but unlikely, at least out in the open. Salt sprinkled on the surface does melt ice, but only above certain temperatures. When the temperature falls below about -10 C, it's no longer effective, and if it reaches -18 C, even ocean water freezes regardless of the salt in it. That being said, however, the level of concentration does matter, and higher concentrations mixed in with the soil might be more effective. But, how do you mix it into the soil when the soil is frozen solid?

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Great find Krispy. A fusion generater WOW truly amazing. Possibilities,rken
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BHD reguarding your email The part about "taking a look and letting in the freak". The line above that taked about sardines (submarine) could taking a look be referring to the periscope ( do they still have them) or rasing part of the sub above water allowing whatever is the to influence the systems on board. My thoughts only.
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BHD reguarding your email The part about "taking a look and letting in the freak". The line above that taked about sardines (submarine) could taking a look be referring to the periscope ( do they still have them) or rasing part of the sub above water allowing whatever is the to influence the systems on board. My thoughts only.
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@ Agapao
Good thought I think ! :D
The salt water could be protecting them from "waves" ???
(Sardines are also salty fish)


@ Rken
Tnx,
just goo-gled : salt-copper-annunaki
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Don't the newer subs have a tv camera like device on pole? Looks like a periscope and serves same function. Navy folks here tell me if I am wrong.
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Salt water as fuel using resonant frequency.

Oxygen Water's hydrogen bonds can be divided in many ways leading to release of high energy that is stored in water. Since water contains an enormous amount of energy, the potential is endless.





Several years ago, retired broadcast executive John Kanzius began working on a radio-wave generator that could kill cancer cells. The machine has so far shown promising results and has raised the interest of prominent doctors and scientists.

Kanzius and an associate, Charlie Rutkowski, later discovered that the radio-wave generator could actually burn salt water when they were experimenting to see if the machine could be used for desalination. A news video of the process shows how a test-tube filled with ordinary salt water with a piece of paper towel as a wick ignites and burns without consuming the paper. In fact, the water produces a flame without any wick at all. The footage also shows a miniature engine being powered by heat from the burning water. A chemist who examined the process determined that the energy released is hydrogen. The heat breaks down the bond between hydrogen and oxygen in the water.

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Goodnight all ...

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Step by step dude! Good on ya!

Funny Hans, I am teaching a young bird to fly atm. He's a baby Kurrawong. Fell out the nest. With (5) cats here, its interesting to say the least!

I say to him flap by flap mate.

R u taking any artheritis meds to help with the pain?

I'm taking kickass pain meds, about 1/2 what I was taking earlier. I try to skip them completely, does not work. I wake up in the night screaming. Not so much any more.
They opened me up like cleaning a fish. Dr said he had every internal organ out and in his hands. Fixed ruptured internals, put me back together with mesh to hold stuff together, then came the easy part, the bones. I think I'm doing pretty good, considering...
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God bless ya Hans, sounds like it was one hellatious incident; keep up the good fight!
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Step by step dude! Good on ya!

Funny Hans, I am teaching a young bird to fly atm. He's a baby Kurrawong. Fell out the nest. With (5) cats here, its interesting to say the least!

I say to him flap by flap mate.

R u taking any artheritis meds to help with the pain?

I'm taking kickass pain meds, about 1/2 what I was taking earlier. I try to skip them completely, does not work. I wake up in the night screaming. Not so much any more.
They opened me up like cleaning a fish. Dr said he had every internal organ out and in his hands. Fixed ruptured internals, put me back together with mesh to hold stuff together, then came the easy part, the bones. I think I'm doing pretty good, considering...

God bless ya Hans, sounds like it was one hellatious incident; keep up the good fight!
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Did you ever watch a RoadRunner cartoon? Laughed like hell? Let me tell you, it hurts! My ride was a Ducati. Narrow winding mountain road near Cougar Washington. Laying it down flat, close to 100. Hit a bunch of crap in road, bike skids into guardrail, I went over and down, down, down. Finally hit bottom which is good, some of those you can starve to death before you hit bottom. Anyway here I am laying there on the bottom of ravine wondering if I have any bones not broken when Oh shit, here comes bike after me! just like Roadrunner. I got a scenic chopper ride on a rope under the chopper, it seemed like hundreds of people waiting on roof of hospital for me. Week ago I walked for first time, today they took my casts off, and tonight I get to take a real hot shower. No more birdbaths. All uphill from here. Anything is possible now.
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I don't find anything about an Odessa group when searching the net, but there is a lot about an Odessa oil pipeline


yes thats true.
Odessa is a place. It has many ties with WW2 and underground labyrinths and tunnels.
You can find it on WIKI,
as well as the info I posted about the "secret routes-odessa" ...

* My post at page 341 - 7/24/2010 12:46 PM
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Krispy's code-cracking



Good day, on Wednesday my girlfriend told me that 14 European nations with russia china india and japan approved the Odessa Protocols at the embassy meeting. This morning the DED shows the change in DED signatures and that there are already 7 new vessels from the Odessa Fleet near the rim. 3 of the odessa fleet vessels are russian, 1 from germany and one from norway, 2 are from a salvage company registered in the netherlands and are not navy.

GWErcijOPTDEDDEDOFofrgnn
14 7 3 1 2


GWE = global war establishment*
14**
RCI = recommended course indicator, radar coverage indicator
JO = joint operation
PTD = panhandle transit district, phased threat distribution
EDD = estimated or earliest deployment or delivery date
(I think 7/31 is a date , next saturday ...)
EDO = expeditionary decisive operations
FOF = force on force
RG = reconstitution group, reconnaisance group
NN = network node
( [link to en.wikipedia.org] )
2
(I think NN2 is a specified system =
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com] )

* war establishment: the level of equipment and manning laid down for a military unit in wartime.

** Google 14, war establishment ... Brought me to :
-war establishment :
The level of equipment and manning laid down for a military unit in wartime. Fourtien points.
-Fourtien points : [link to www.answers.com] (more info)
Outline of proposals by Pres. Woodrow Wilson for a post – World War I peace settlement, given in an address in January 1918. The emphasis on "open covenants of peace, openly arrived at" was proposed to change the usual method of secret diplomacy practiced in Europe. Other points outlined territorial adjustments following the war. The last point called for "a general association of nations," which presaged the League of Nations.
It was replaced in 1946 by the United Nations.
-League of Nations : [link to www.answers.com]
It included provisions for arbitrating international disputes, reducing armaments, and imposing collective military and economic sanctions against any nation that violated the political independence and territorial integrity of another. However, the United States never joined the League of Nations because irreconcilable disputes developed between progressives and conservatives in the American internationalist movement over whether the United States should be able to expand its army and navy and exert force independently.

So 14 is the course indicator,
or is a pointer towards the Fourtien Points peace settlement and rules


EDIT add info:

The purpose of ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as ratlines, for SS members out of Germany and Austria to South America and the Middle East.

The Leage of Nations (number 14 in OP's message) and Odessa are linked !!!!See this google for the many results :
[link to www.google.nl]

Maybe OP is trying to tell that those countries decided to use these old "routes" ... on their way to THE MISSION.



* my post at page 347 - 7/27/2010 9:19 PM
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- The Leage of Nations (number 14 in OP's message) and Odessa are linked
- ODESSA and CRESCENT MOON linked
- Odessa's oil and chemical processing facilities are connected to Russia's and EU's respective networks by strategic pipelines.
- ODESSA and ISRAEL & USA connection

* wiki link : [link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]


* HOUSEDAD POSTED:
(cant find it back... its gone. This was what I had from my resumé)
-Housedad 9:19 PM In Reference to the ODESSA protocols. ... there is one European international body that does cover all contingencies in the Black Sea. They may have adopted those conventions to have a easier method of dealing with this biological emergency. The site: [link to www.blacksea-commission.org] You can find interesting info with this menu search. Official documents/legal documents/protocols to the convention. This entire operation falls under the original declaration forming the entity, known as the ODESSA Declaration.


* Other links:
- The ODESSA file:
[link to www.scribd.com]
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Odessa is alo a specific place, in Russia (Uknraine) on the Black Sea.

GE 46°29'42.27"N 30°44'8.91"E

A major port, with lots of interesting inductry(s).
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THE GULF IS STILL LEAKING - DID BP SWITCH THE WELL SEEN ON TV?

What will the result of the continued leak lead to:

snip

The water will be vaporized and turned into steam, creating an enormous amount of force, lifting the Gulf floor. It is difficult to know how much water will go down to the core and therefore, its not possible to fully calculate the rise of the floor.

The tsunami wave this will create will be anywhere from 20 to 80 feet high, possibly more. Then the floor will fall into the now vacant chamber. This is how nature will seal the hole.

Depending on the height of the tsunami, the ocean debris, oil, and existing structures that will be washed away on shore and inland, will leave the area from 50 to 200 miles inland devoid of life. Even if the debris is cleaned up, the contaminants that will be in the ground and water supply will prohibit re-population of these areas for an unknown number of years.

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That's great Rken. Posted that months ago, and had it deleted of Duncan's thread as aparently being off topic. That is actually what started that little spat. Dont give a rats now, but at the time I was very upset. I told you so doesnt quite cut it...
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Perhaps just all the land based nukes have been neutralized but no the ones in subs. Wasn't it said somewhere in OP posts about subs being the beginning and the end in relation to the coming events.


But the subs can be "neutralised" with that new reversed-EMP device that the ET's or a country has...
I really love that device !

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Only if they surface.
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Perhaps just all the land based nukes have been neutralized but no the ones in subs. Wasn't it said somewhere in OP posts about subs being the beginning and the end in relation to the coming events.


But the subs can be "neutralised" with that new reversed-EMP device that the ET's or a country has...
I really love that device !

smile

Sounds good to me Krispy. I was just kind of picking up the feeling that the subs could not be disarmed for some reason. Or perhaps had not been, yet. rken
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and they havent, as long as they are in salt water, and remain under water. Given bases and resuply is also an underwater activity these days, as well as travel below ground via. tubes, some of these subs will not have to actually surface until February.
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Why would they surface in February? Ground Hog Day?
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It would seem that we are between a rock and a hard place for the moment. Anything we do only allows them to futher arouse public support for more restrictive laws that take away more freedoms under the guise of security and safety. While they continue to establish more control by stageing small false flag events. like the shoe bomber, underware bomber, bomb laden packages, samonela poisoning in our food supply etc. rken
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all these out of control bad things happening, no trust in govt anymore, rights being squashed.....


..... SURELY SOME ONE HAS THE ANSWER, SURELY SOME ONE CAN HELP US 'HELPLESS' PEOPLES OF EARTH.....

Dhlos will probably have a fit, but we thank the Greeks for giving us parliaments and modern government.

I sure as shit dont. They started the whole idea that men could not think for themselves, and needed to be 'represented' by others. This was always going to be the plan to erode the rights of men and create a power base for control, open to corruption. Then the pyramid schemes started, separating that level of corruption by 'raising' (a joke) themselves above the level below, the level they now control, and so on an so on.

START THINKING FOR YOURSELF. FUCK THE GOVERNMENTS. DONT WANT TO BE SCANNED/GROPED? DONT FLY. ENOUGH PEOPLE DONT FLY, THE AIRLINES GO OUT OF BUSINESS. FOR EVERY SHIT SITUATION, WE, THE PEOPLE HAVE THE REAL CONTROL, ITS A FRICKEN ILLUSION THAT WE DONT.

and YES, I"M FUCKING SHOUTING!!!!!!!

Now back to playing with my shiny Tonka truck.
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bump

SALT and the PYRAMIDS.
Maybe this has to do with Aco's pointer that the Pyramids were TURNED ON again ?
Lets find out why salt is so important!


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The pyramid as the system to make energy

Recently many technicians and archaeologists have pointed out that the pyramids were an energy-generating system.
While Chris Dunn, a former high-tech engineer of the space aeronautics industry, investigated the complicated and geometric structure of the inside of the Great Pyramid and was convinced that it was the husk of a gargantuan mechanical device from which the most important inner structural parts had been detached for some reason.
It was built with an abundance of cut stones, 2.3 million pieces weighing 5.8 million tons, using higher technology than that now used in the newest high-rise buildings, because constructers wanted a large enough reward... that is, an enormous supply of electric power.

Chris Dunn supposed that the Great Pyramid amplified and changed sound waves (vibration wave) that came from the inside the Earth into electric power.

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The book by Dunn, "The Giza Power Plant." The cover is so cool.

Only important parts of the Great Pyramid, such as the King's Chamber, sarcophagus, and relieving chambers, are made of granite blocks (the other parts are all limestone).
The idea is that this granite may have changed the vibrational waves of the Earth into electricity. Quartz in granite has a characteristic that it changes vibrations like sound waves into electricity, and reversely electricity into vibrations.

Dunn also directed his attention to the walls of the Queen's Chamber, which were thickly coated with salt. Since such salt cannot be seen in other places, this has long been considered to be a mystery.
However, it has been found that a thick salt layer like this could be made if hydrogen gas filled the room.
This thick salt layer was composed of calcium carbonate (an ingredient of limestone), sodium chloride (rock salt), calcium sulfate (gypsum), and so on. These ingredients are minerals that would form were hot hydrogen gas to react with the limestone of the walls and the ceiling. He said that the Queen's Chamber was a device for producing hydrogen gas.

Dunn confidently speculated that a maser (similar to a razor) of this hydrogen gas was used to conduct electricity instead of copper wire.

Dunn's idea of a vibrational wave power plant. He got a great idea !

It is not only Chris Dunn who supposed that the Great Pyramid was an energy producing device.
In his book, Burne Heartman from Canada expressed his opinion that the pyramid was a huge limestone sponge that absorbed the water of the Nile River and changed it to hydrogen and oxygen, and then burnt hydrogen to make thermal power energy.

A question that came into his head was also why only the King's Chamber, sarcophagus, and relieving chambers were made of granite, though other parts of the pyramid were made of limestone.
Heartman's opinion is that hydrogen was burnt in the King's Chamber, and the relieving chambers played a part like a smokestack to lower the level of heato a level the surrounding limestone could bear.


Hydrogen energy theory by Alan F. Alford
Alan F. Alford supposed that a water fuel battery (heat energy which can be obtained by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen and burning the hydrogen) existed in the empty space of the Queen's Chamber. Then he said that hydrogen was burnt at the sarcophagus of the King's Chamber.

I feel that the fact that these three persons all turned into their attention to points of granite and hydrogen. It is a surprising that they have the same opinion, that "the hydrogen was produced in the Queen's Chamber," and "hydrogen was burnt in the King's Chamber."



Now read the following and think about the GOM ...
You might gonna see some big dots appearing ...



"About the pyramid, I think that it may be an energy plant.
This idea popped into my mind when I read the sentence about granite being used in the King's Chamber.
Pressing high pressure (to granite) produces strong electric energy. And that the pyramid seemed to use water.
Water, high pressure and electricity. Then I hit on the idea that this may have been a nuclear fusion reactor.
I studied physics a little when I was young. I checked the conditions under which nuclear fusion happens, and I was surprised.
First, it needs heavy hydrogen, and it seems that this can be extracted from water in a simple chemical reaction.
Then, by compressing that heavy hydrogen highly, to one hundred million degrees, nuclear fusion can be ignited. And it is possible to contain that energy by making an electromagnetic field with strong voltage.
That is, if heavy hydrogen were under high pressure in the King's Chamber, strong electromagnetic waves would arise from the granite and contain the energy. Moreover once this reaction happened, it would work semi-permanently, as long as water existed.

This is a perfect nuclear fusion reactor, isn't it ? "
"This is only a supposition," he said and taught the idea of nuclear fusion reactor as above. I think that this has high probability.

Nuclear fusion energy arises when heavy hydrogen is heated to one hundred million degrees. This is safe and clean energy because nuclear waste is not produced, as it was in past nuclear reactors and fast-breeder nuclear reactors. Nuclear energy that uses hydrogen will be put to practical use in the middle of the 21th century.
Various observations about energy that uses hydrogen have been made, and I too think that the Great Pyramid likely used hydrogen energy.
Hydrogen energy is the energy of the future, and its development has advanced in many countries. Unlimited hydrogen may be obtained from water, and moreover only water is produced after energy is output and neither carbon dioxide nor noxious fumes are produced. This energy can be said to be the ultimate clean energy. BMW in Germany began to produce hydrogen engine cars from 200, too. It is said that solid hydrogen will appear in the near future. It is no wonder that humans of advanced civilizations used to use this convenient energy.
It is highly likely that the Great Pyramid was an energy system like this, and in fact there is content indicating this in ancient documents from B.C.



Limestone in the gulf, hydrogen sources, ...


Sumerian Ancient Documents and the Pyramids

According to studies by Zecharia Sitchin, in ancient clay tablet documents of Sumerian civilization in Southern Iraq, what happened after Noah's Flood is written as follows:
At first, extraterrestrial Anunnaki transferred high urban civilization and sovereignty to the first region of Mesopotamia, the second region of the valley of Nile River (Egypt) and all Africa, the third region the valley of Indus River (India), and the fourth region Tirmun (the Sinai Peninsula), in turn.

In ancient Sumerian documents, the Great Pyramid was called Ekur (a house like a mountain). The pyramid appeared in poetry of that time and was expressed as follows.
"It controls sky ships"
"It is equipped with a great function that connects the Heaven and Earth"
"It shoots a stream of light that reaches far beyond and is a house in which the red light of heaven shines"
"It brings the great one that watches to earth as it rotates"
"It is a great guidepost for the air palace"


...
According to a description, Ninurta of Anunnaki entered into the pyramid at the time of the ancient pyramid war, and a stone called "Siam's stone" that emitted a red beam was set in the niche of the Queen's Chamber of the Great Pyramid. This "Siam's stone" seemed to be the heart of the pyramid.




Well well, isnt that interresting ?
Maybe some ancient pyramid (and technology) is buried under the seabed of the GOM ?
Rising the GOM would make sence ... to TPTB if they want to have a chance against those who come from above and dont have the same agenda like them ....



Edit to add another snippet:
"Further it is particularly noteworthy, that in going North to South in the Horizontal Passage, saline incrustations are observable on walls and floor, beginning at about 150 to 200 distance (inches?) distance from the North end, and increasing in amount further South until at last both roof, walls, and floor are covered with a coating often near an inch thick, brown outside, white inside, and of almost stony hardness."

Queen's Chamber
"This substance must be regarded as a modern exudation of the stone, for some letters scratched on the North Wall, with date 1824, have now a raised outline in the salty matter around and upon them." (Smyth would have seen this in about 1860).

"Similar incrustations, too, are to be seen on the Horizontal part of the entrance passage and walls of the sepulchral chamber of the Second pyramid. That the salt is almost entirely common salt, or chloride of sodium, Dr Wallace's recent analysis confirms. As well as by my own late finding that the recent cut and polished specimens of the Great Pyramid casing stones, after being put away for a few months in a closet are quite salt to the tongue.
But that does not explain off itself why there should be 12 times as much salt found in the construction of the stone forming the lining of the Queen's Chamber as in any other part of the Pyramid or Pyramid Hill yet examined."

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and when the GoM collapses, a huge pyramid will be found in the crater.
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THE GULF IS STILL LEAKING - DID BP SWITCH THE WELL SEEN ON TV?

What will the result of the continued leak lead to:

snip

The water will be vaporized and turned into steam, creating an enormous amount of force, lifting the Gulf floor. It is difficult to know how much water will go down to the core and therefore, its not possible to fully calculate the rise of the floor.

The tsunami wave this will create will be anywhere from 20 to 80 feet high, possibly more. Then the floor will fall into the now vacant chamber. This is how nature will seal the hole.

Depending on the height of the tsunami, the ocean debris, oil, and existing structures that will be washed away on shore and inland, will leave the area from 50 to 200 miles inland devoid of life. Even if the debris is cleaned up, the contaminants that will be in the ground and water supply will prohibit re-population of these areas for an unknown number of years.

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That's great Rken. Posted that months ago, and had it deleted of Duncan's thread as aparently being off topic. That is actually what started that little spat. Dont give a rats now, but at the time I was very upset. I told you so doesnt quite cut it...
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I missed finding a date in the 'whathappened' link. Anyone see a date?

Duncan deletes, which renders his thread useless.
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Just a random thought about the salt to Antarctica...
Could some of it be used to clear ice off pathways, and to make it easier to move vehicles?
It's possible, but unlikely, at least out in the open. Salt sprinkled on the surface does melt ice, but only above certain temperatures. When the temperature falls below about -10 C, it's no longer effective, and if it reaches -18 C, even ocean water freezes regardless of the salt in it. That being said, however, the level of concentration does matter, and higher concentrations mixed in with the soil might be more effective. But, how do you mix it into the soil when the soil is frozen solid?

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Nice to see you here FITL.

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BHD reguarding your email The part about "taking a look and letting in the freak". The line above that taked about sardines (submarine) could taking a look be referring to the periscope ( do they still have them) or rasing part of the sub above water allowing whatever is the to influence the systems on board. My thoughts only.
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YES!!! 100% Subs dont have to surface in any way these days. Not even for replenishment. The only weak point is the staff themselves, but they are trained for it.

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