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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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From another GLP thread:

Shooting on nuclear sub, Astute.



One person has died after a shooting on board a nuclear submarine and another is seriously injured.

Initial reports suggested it was a non-fatal shooting on the HMS Astute, which is currently docked in Southampton.

Hampshire Police have since confirmed that one person has died and a second is being treated in hospital.

...

HMS Astute arrived at Southampton on Wednesday following 46 days at sea for a five-day informal stay.








[link to news.sky.com]

Other GLP thread: Thread: Two Injured In Nuclear Submarine Shooting
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From another GLP thread:

Shooting on nuclear sub, Astute.

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Other GLP thread: Thread: Two Injured In Nuclear Submarine Shooting
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M U TI N Y
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Useful link - ice in the Arctic:

[link to arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu]
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From another GLP thread:

Shooting on nuclear sub, Astute.

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Other GLP thread: Thread: Two Injured In Nuclear Submarine Shooting
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M U TI N Y
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Money on crew contaminated with radiation and not being allowed to offboard at this time.
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how the fuck can there be 1200+ pages of bs on a sub getting sunk, who cares.
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From the moronic.....

how the fuck can there be 1200+ pages of bs on a sub getting sunk, who cares.
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To the sublime....


Yes it is the ending of one time. But with each ending comes a new beginning. Hard to believe, I know, looking at the world today that we at the beginning of a new period that will make our current civilization look barbaric. rken


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shift
happens
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Swiped this from Chinese Briefcases...for some reason...


[link to www.youtube.com]
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I posted that there, should have posted it here sry. The thread it came from was pinned Thread: Seriously, WTF is this and does anyone have an update?

I wonder... do the white orb type UFOs have a direct link to Augie? Are they, if you like, the agents of Augie? Because the first big event with them was in Mexico, I believe, about 10 years ago, and they haven't stopped since, spreading all over the world.

So common are they that even I saw a pair in flight a couple of evenings ago over London, as if they were jet fighters on patrol. The Sakurujima videos are just awesome, they hover like midwives with a birth... but the birth of what? They're key to something simply by their ubiquity.
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There is a theory, based on some of Einstein's equations in The General and Special Theory of Relativity that the speed of light is actually zero and everything else is moving relative to it. Hence The Special Theory of Relativity
Much of this is also included with theories of Non-Euclidian Geometry where parallel lines will eventually touch etc, but I digress.
The point is...It is possible that advanced beings could very easily be using that to have instantaneous travel. Wormholes could actually be something along those lines where the advanced technology has set up "tunnel" where things can move at the speed of light.
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Thread: Oil-eating Bacteria Put in Gulf to Disrupt Human Lipid Cell Membranes & Make $ Offering Vaccine

Oil-eating Bacteria Put in Gulf to Disrupt Human Lipid Cell Membranes & Make $ Offering Vaccine


"These synthetic oil-eating bacteria were released under the guise of their PRIMARY purpose being to get rid of the oil spill, but they were actually placed in the Gulf waters with the PRIMARY purpose of targeting HUMANS.

These bacteria do eat oil, but they ALSO EAT lipids such as those that exist in the human body.

These oil-eating bacteria disrupt the lipid bilayers that make up the membranes of all of the cells in the body of animals and people."
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bump2

THANK YOU !!!
That is what we have been thinking all along !
These bacteria are not natural and deliberately released.

Synthia and family.
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[link to www.space.com]

from --> Thread: ***>>> Drudge: Powerful Space Explosion May Herald Star's Death by Black Hole... <<<***

"A huge, powerful star explosion detonated in deep space last week — an ultra-bright conflagaration that has astronomers scratching their heads over exactly how it happened.

The explosion may be the death cry of a star as it was ripped apart by a black hole, scientists said. High-energy radiation continues to brighten and fade from the March 28 blast's location, about 3.8 billion light-years from Earth in the constellation Draco."

<snip>

Interesting origin...
 Quoting: fellowearthling



If I am not wrong, this happened longer ago then just recently,
but the light and waves that make it visable for us have traveled close enough.
Most of what we see happening in other constelations happened in our past.

I am thinking what this could have been, and what effect this would have had on the lifeforms living there ....
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Swiped this from Chinese Briefcases...for some reason...


[link to www.youtube.com]
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Yes saw that one to ... very strange !!!!!
Especially those "pulsar blieps" to the right.
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From a 64 year old woman living in the middle of the EQ zone in Japan. This is from MS news

"Something has changed. The world feels strange now. Even the way the clouds move isn't right."

[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Blue ET 1148411


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Having remembered the bit about gamma rays on this thread, these passages from another thread caught my eye:

"If we push our sharp logic to the maximum, we are looking at the Event that involves the bathing of our planet and the biology upon it in gamma ray energies projected from the Galactic Centre. In other words, reactivation of the dormant DNA…or reactivation of what mainstream science refers to as 97% junk DNA material. It means as soon as the bluish- white beam of light touches you, you will remember who you were in the past, all the assimilated knowledge will be back together with all the powers of your consciousness. Amazing…we are so lucky to be here in this time and space."

(Rey Rogers was quoting from a book there, though he's not sure he agrees about the blue light.)

link: Thread: An electrifying 2011 ahead - here is your schedule according to TUN - UPDATE: New completion date introduced by Oldenkamp: 14 July, 2012 (Page 10)



"To cope, certain DNA (aka Junk) has and is being activated right now by the energy which is being sent to us from our sun Helios.


She is very active right now."


link: Thread: An electrifying 2011 ahead - here is your schedule according to TUN - UPDATE: New completion date introduced by Oldenkamp: 14 July, 2012 (Page 19)



Then a new thread here this morning:

BREAKING NEWS >>>> At 12:48 UTC today, the Sun expelled a Monster Fireball 400 times bigger than Jupiter <<<<

link: Thread: BREAKING NEWS >>>> At 12:48 UTC today, the Sun expelled a Monster Fireball 400 times bigger than Jupiter <<<<


Just an amusing side note: Helios was the god depicted in the statue of the Colossus (reference my prior post about ichor).
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Maybe we'll grow limbs out of our foreheads?

So he took his human DNA sequence and injected into a mouse egg to see which cells it became active in as the mouse embryo developed. To his delight, it affected cells near the developing limbs, specifically to the place where a mouse thumb would be if a mouse had a real thumb. Noonan says this sequence, unique to humans, appears to control a critical aspect of hand development.
[link to www.npr.org]
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Calling Woodie:

Is the show still on for 19th-22nd May?


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<snip>
No have not watched the lastest Zeitgeist movie. Is there a link.
<snip>
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This is the full length one at Youtube. Lots of interesting info! Enjoy...;0)

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Plasma balls????

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:naga2:
:naga3:
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Like this?????

These are actually images from my thread Mekong Full Moon Party where once a year these plasma balls erupt from the Mekong river and the people all celebrate it like the rest of us might do at a "Full Moon Party." They call this the Naga, which I think means dragon.
 Quoting: rusethorcain



The Mystery of the Naga Fireball
[link to ipsnews.net]

(snips)

Many people have heard of or believe in the water creatures known as Naga, and say there is evidence indicating their presence in the Mekong River.

In particular, on the night of 15th day of 11th month in the Lao lunar calendar at the end of Buddhist Lent (in 2003 it fell on Oct. 10), an extraordinary phenomenon occurs in the area of the Mekong River stretching over 20 kilometres between Pak-Ngeum district, about 80 kilometres south of the Lao capital Vientiane, and Phonephisai district in Nong Khai province, Thailand.

According to descriptions going back over 100 years by peoples on both sides of the river, at the end of Buddhist Lent something strange happened in the middle of the Mekong River. What they saw was a pink-red fireball appearing to rise and float into the sky at height of about 10 to 20 metres, and then disappear.
...

An abbot at the Pak-Ngeum temple describes the history of the phenomenon. "A long time ago there was a couple living in Pak-Ngeum village. They earned their living by fishing in the Mekong River all day and night, during Buddhist Lent, and even on Buddha days. This disturbed the Naga King who meditated under the Mekong River. He told this couple not to catch fish and kill other animals on Buddha days, defined as the eighth and 15th days of the Lao Lunar Calendar because it was a sin, but the Naga asked them to meditate instead."

"In response to and out of respect for the Naga, all villagers in Pak-Ngeum and nearby villages along the Mekong River did not kill any animals for food on Buddha days. In addition, the Naga King asked this couple to hold boat processions on the Mekong River to mark the end of Buddhist Lent; at the same time the Naga in Mekong River shot fireballs into the air so they could celebrate together. From then on, the phenomenon of the Naga's fireball existed in the Mekong River at the end of Buddhist Lent."
...

However, the Naga's fireball does not only appear in the Mekong River, but also in the ponds and rice fields. On the Lao side, people say they can see the fireball floating in the area of the ponds and rice fields near their villages. On the Thai side, the fireball shoots up in a pond locally known as Nong Pra Lay, residents say.
...

Now that the Naga's fireball is well-known, many people have expressed their views on what they think the 'truth' is behind it. Some talk in terms of science, others believe in the ways of culture.

One scientist said: "The fireball is caused by an explosion of gas deposited under the Mekong River, and it happens at a certain time of year. ...




THE NAGA

The word Naga comes from the Sanskrit, and nag is still the word for snake, especially the cobra, in most of the languages of India. When we come upon the word in Buddhist writings, it is not always clear whether the term refers to a cobra, an elephant (perhaps this usage relates to its snake-like trunk, or the pachyderm's association with forest-dwelling peoples of north-eastern India called Nagas,) or even a mysterious person of nobility. It is a term used for unseen beings associated with water and fluid energy, and also with persons having powerful animal-like qualities or conversely, an impressive animal with human qualities.

In myths, legends, scripture and folklore, the category naga comprises all kinds of serpentine beings. Under this rubric are snakes, usually of the python kind (despite the fact that naga is usually taken literally to refer to a cobra,) deities of the primal ocean and of mountain springs; also spirits of earth and the realm beneath it, and finally, dragons.

... All nagas are considered the offspring of the Rishi or sage, Kasyapa, the son of Marichi. Kashyapa is said to have had by his twelve wives, other diverse progeny including reptiles, birds, and all sorts of living beings.
...

As a category of nature spirit:
Nagas [kLu] are a class of beings (often snake-like in form) that dwell in a variety of locations ranging from waterways and underground locations and also in unseen realms. These beings have their own perceptions and vary in their enlightened level as do humans and other beings. Nagas are susceptible to suffering created by mankind's carelessness and basic ignorance of proper conduct in nature and disrespectful actions in relation to our environment.

[link to www.khandro.net]


Wiki :

Other traditions
A naga at the steps of a building in the Wat Phra Kaew in BangkokFor Malay sailors, n&#257;gas are a type of dragon with many heads; in Thailand and Java, the n&#257;ga is a wealthy underworld deity. In Laos they are beaked water serpents. Phaya Naga, Water Dragon, is a well-known dragon in Thailand. People in Thailand see it as a holy creature and worship it in the temple. It allegedly lives in Mekong river.

In Cambodia
Cambodian Naga at the Royal Palace in Phnom PenhIn a Cambodian legend, the n&#257;ga were a reptilian race of beings who possessed a large empire or kingdom in the Pacific Ocean region. See Kaliya. The N&#257;ga King's daughter married an Indian Brahmana named Kaundinya, and from their union sprang the Cambodian people. Therefore still Cambodians say that they are "Born from the N&#257;ga".

The Seven-Headed N&#257;ga serpents depicted as statues on Cambodian temples, such as Angkor Wat, apparently represent the seven races within N&#257;ga society, which has a mythological, or symbolic, association with "the seven colors of the rainbow". Furthermore, Cambodian N&#257;ga possess numerological symbolism in the number of their heads. Odd-headed N&#257;ga symbolise the Male Energy, Infinity, Timelessness, and Immortality. This is because, numerologically, all odd numbers come from One (1). Even-headed N&#257;ga are said to be "Female, representing Physicality, Mortality, Temporality, and the Earth."


Each ceremony depends on how each village earns its living from the Mekong River — for instance, through fishing or transport. Local residents believe that the N&#257;ga can protect them from danger, so they are likely to make a sacrifice to N&#257;ga before taking a boat trip along the Mekong River.[citation needed]
Also, every year on the night of 15th day of 11th month in the Lao lunar calendar at the end of Vassa, an unusual phenomenon occurs in the area of the Mekong River stretching over 20 kilometres between Pak-Ngeum and Phonephisai districts in Nong Khai province, Thailand. Fireballs appear to rise from the river into the nighttime sky. Local villagers believe that N&#257;ga under Mekong River shoot the fireballs into the air to celebrate the end of Vassa, because N&#257;ga meditate during this time.[13]
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No have not watched the lastest Zeitgeist movie. Is there a link.
<snip>
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This is the full length one at Youtube. Lots of interesting info! Enjoy...;0)

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Thanks.

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Curious thing. For the first time, I just clicked on Trin's "Observatory" thread and got the following warning window:

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.....

The word Naga comes from the Sanskrit, and nag is still the word for snake, especially the cobra, in most of the languages of India. When we come upon the word in Buddhist writings, it is not always clear whether the term refers to a cobra, an elephant (perhaps this usage relates to its snake-like trunk, or the pachyderm's association with forest-dwelling peoples of north-eastern India called Nagas,) or even a mysterious person of nobility. It is a term used for unseen beings associated with water and fluid energy, and also with persons having powerful animal-like qualities or conversely, an impressive animal with human qualities.

In myths, legends, scripture and folklore, the category naga comprises all kinds of serpentine beings. Under this rubric are snakes, usually of the python kind (despite the fact that naga is usually taken literally to refer to a cobra,) deities of the primal ocean and of mountain springs; also spirits of earth and the realm beneath it, and finally, dragons.
....
 Quoting: rusethorcain


Comments:

A couple weeks ago, NYC msm news on an escaped cobra from the Bronx Zoo. Jon Stewart remarked on the cobra during his show and a cobra was the featured character at the beginning of the show. Watched the show thinking "What is going on? What is the message here?"

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Lots of Vietnam stories in the US. One veteran tells of stealing a figurine of a 'monster' from a temple in the jungle, bringing it back to camp and showing the local 'guides' and asking what is was. Vet tells that the local men went crazy and refused to stay with the platoon unless the figurine was returned to the temple. They returned it.

~~

Lived in Okinawa a couple of years. These people kept little figurine animal/dragon/monsters on either side of their entrances doors. Said they were for protection. The stone figures were called "She-She."
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Mind you, Saturn surely holds 'something' of interest. The Cassini mission has now been extended twice, all the way up to 2017.
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Yes, definitely. For example, the AT & T logo, plus many others. Also, Obama's campaign logo.

'Something' is there.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I think you nailed it MzK with that last statement.

The whole Japan saga was used to cover many things I think, and keep focus away from the real issues.

In no way am I saying the incidents in Japan were trivial, and not real issues. Just sayin that the reactor issue most notably seems to be a cover for something else. Surely these plants cant be that badly design.

Maybe there are other incidents and experiments gone awry, and this is a perfect cover.

Japan seems to be a willing participant when other countries and entities 'call in their markers'. The 1986(?)asian financial crisis was one such marker called in by the US Fed Reserve, and had a cascade effect right throughout Asia. This could be another pennance towards forgiving some debt?
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Something like the idea that Fukushima is a nuclear weapons facility. Agreement with the US made in 1950. Document reported to have been held at the palace, now disappeared.
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<snip>
No have not watched the lastest Zeitgeist movie. Is there a link.
<snip>
 Quoting: rken 1333114


This is the full length one at Youtube. Lots of interesting info! Enjoy...;0)

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Thanks.

rken
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Well I'm about half way thru, slow connection what can I say.

Great presentation, and fits with everything I know. I will report back when finished. I find it interesting that one of my main field of study have been early childhood programing and how it effects what we create or attract to us later in life. Also tools for becoming aware of and changing subtle levels of influence that shape our live. Thanks once again. Rken.
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Its bloody good eh? I love, love, love the ending!
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Its bloody good eh? I love, love, love the ending!
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That's some nasty glowing Pinkeye you have there BHD...

Cz
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Its bloody good eh? I love, love, love the ending!
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Pretty right on so far. Taking me forever to watch it. Oh well like I have something else to do. Recommended watching by everyone. Take the time, get an education. rken
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Curious thing. For the first time, I just clicked on Trin's "Observatory" thread and got the following warning window:

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I got that when I first tried to go into Voice Chat,apparently they record some of this stuff for legal or whatever reasons. It's no big deal, just reset your security settings.
That site is a .RU which means it is in Russia. Might be somebody has put some crap in one of their pages. Or it could just be that Trin is tracking to see who is interested in Observatory.
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Its bloody good eh? I love, love, love the ending!
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Pretty right on so far. Taking me forever to watch it. Oh well like I have something else to do. Recommended watching by everyone. Take the time, get an education. rken
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About halfway through now...

Thanks guys for the link...

So, I am ready...burn your notes...

Cz

Edit to add:

Where is that new Earth???

...Right under you feet!!!

Cz

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Mind you, Saturn surely holds 'something' of interest. The Cassini mission has now been extended twice, all the way up to 2017.
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Yes, definitely. For example, the AT & T logo, plus many others. Also, Obama's campaign logo.

'Something' is there.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Ever notice Time Warner logo?

[link to www.daemonstv.com]
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Its bloody good eh? I love, love, love the ending!
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NWO?

News