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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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Scientists place 500-million-year-old gene in modern organism
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Scientists place 500-million-year-old gene in modern organism
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The comments after the article are good Isis.

"Yes, I have already seen this in a movie. It did not end well...".

Pretty much my sentiments.

And pretty much what bezerk is about methinks. A screw up.
A small chapter in a larger story.
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I'm days behind, trying to catch up, but, WOW, Krispy!!! Great work. Need to also pause and absorb a bit, then off to work. I am still two pages behind...but this brainstorm you are on a roll with is hitting with me, as is what I am reading from BHD and others. As above, so below...the 'lubricants' in question are becoming amplified ('resonating') due to various causes (I would think in this case magma or water might be better than oil, though 'pressure', I think, is the key ingredient...as above so below, as within so without.)

Reading about hotspots and silica and sea level and jellies and all of this for the last few hours has filled my mind, but I still can't shake something, which is, cycle wise, if there is/was some great crustal shifting, or one to be, is it the chicken or the egg that came first? Atmospheric pressure, warming, glacial melt, pressure on landmasses, lubricants in the form of water, magma, and (?) other minerals ground into flowing mass by...pressure...snap...now we add a frack here and a drill there.

The idea of the various pyramids around the world as 'balancers' has come across my mind from time to time...perhaps before such advanced 'tech' allowed us sill wabbits to really over-under-'mine' the stability if the inner part of this planet,in our search for consumables.

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 Quoting: Citizen17 nli 18270871


If a pyramid is created from a particular material that vibrates at a particular frequency, or creates particular harmonics, and it sits a top an aquifer or specific water, then anything it 'transduces' should be imparted in to the water. Or what ever is inside the pyramid at certain focal points/places within it. Where a certain wave form is localised and focussed.

Transduces is a key word regarding pyramids. If you look up what transducers do, they convert this to that.

Their shapes would seem to be able to pick things up, like an antenna, and reflect it inwards to do something.

Earlier on I mentioned the two tuning forks. Tap one, and it hums away. Place another next to it, and it starts humming too. From nothing.

Place them a mile a part, but ramp up the power behind that first tap, (or wait long enough) and the second will start up again. From nothing.If matched, they are sympathetically attuned.

I think this is what pyramids are. A specifically designed shape, using very specific rules, that basically act as tuning forks for other pyramids elsewhere. (and a structure that cannot be accidentally created in nature. Unique)

Once they start humming (and we have heard they are doing this) then their ability as transducers comes in to effect, and what ever energy is being directed from 'out there' is changed from this in to that.

The aquifer below... if, as I believe, is part of a natural super pure life giving/creating water source created by the planet to enact change in things natural, is going to be upgraded, and new specific instructions imparted in to the liquid.

This is how they used to do it. Bezerk is how they tried to force the same thing to occur I think. Not through vibration, but frankenstien techniques, with no understanding of the greater rammifications.

I'll flip that. Maybe they did know what the rammifications were.

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Was just thinking about the water aspect.

The Nile was referred to as the giver of life, the spring of life, the life, the essence of God, the river of God etc, etc.

The proximity of the various pyramid shapes to the rather large water source may have been to re-direct water flow through or under them, thus charging the molecules of the water.

It was probably a lot cleaner then too..

A humming pyramid, switched on for 'x' amount of years with water flowing through it, and in to the ocean eventually, would create a lot of life.

If you look where the river flows, the cradle of humanity, and all the ancient mythologies would seem to be in this area too.

Woner if it is the same for the Chinese, Mayan and Bosnian pyramids?
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Thanks AC-US for that. Yes, a great example. Did you know the sweet spot is inbetween certain 'layers' of water? It creates a big, flat 3D glass fibre cable of sorts.

The US believed their VLF arrays were compromised once, and went in to panic mode. It was later discovered, that the USN were not the first to use these 3D 'pipes'.

Sperm whales had been using them for millions of years to communicate across the planet.
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Were there any survivors?
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From the initial storyline? As in the French submariners?
Yes. But some were infected by synthetic bacteria that mutated in their bodies, creating similar symptoms to morgellons. Similar. They died as a result of a complete bacterial change in their systems.

Krispy did a good synopsis of the OP/Acolyte's story you can run through to get an idea of what he was trying to get across, apparently from coded intel/data.

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

The thread has developed in to something a bit bigger than the original intent I think.. lol, with some pretty amazing and out there stuff discussed.

Bezerk would seem to be, but one chapter in a much larger event.

Thanks for your interest.

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Sperm whales had been using them for millions of years to communicate across the planet.
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They travel through earth and water for thousands of miles. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Yeah! I think the bloop is still the loudest sound ever recorded.
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GLPVC Presents - George Kavassilas Returns To GLP - Fri 7-13 11pm est (Last Show Til Fall)
Thread: GLPVC Presents - George Kavassilas Returns To GLP - Fri 7-13 ***PODCAST IS UP - PG 2**


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Could the subs used at the dwh disaster be micro subs?

[link to pubs.acs.org]
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A really good article on subteranian water flows and their importance, especially in under sea vents.

I am an advocate of the theory that a large aquifer exists at the macondo dome.

[link to www.whoi.edu]
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GLPVC Presents - George Kavassilas Returns To GLP - Fri 7-13 11pm est (Last Show Til Fall)
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That sounds like one interesting book. Thanx for posting.
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LOL...you can no longer "vote " on your opinion of this thread???
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LOL...you can no longer "vote " on your opinion of this thread???
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We are completely beyond the pale now then. lol
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How Recent Solar Flares Are Affecting Humans

[link to www.carliniinstitute.com]

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The energy from this solar flare will be quite palpable today. The air is filled with a sense of something pending.

[link to shiftfrequency.com]

hf
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2MIN News July13: Is KESHE Legit?!?!?!?!


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????????????????????????????????????????????????
[link to www.keshefoundation.org]
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snip:
The new airborne systems will enable every individual to make the same length of journey in the same time and at hardly any cost from any point on this planet. The craft will not be detectable with present radar technology.

The energy crisis will be resolved at a stroke, and once the technology is put into practice the powers that control energy supplies and through them the present financial structures will find their hands empty.

The world water shortage will be addressed and resolved by presenting this technology to the public soon after the release of our energy and space technology.


oww craft not detectable ??? wow ...
furter I can see that the Ruling Eilte is shitttttting their pants hahahahah ...


The International Space Institute is an open organization, accessible to all scientists and students of all nations, and is a subsidiary of Stichting the Keshe Foundation (The Netherlands).

Whoaaaahhhh those damn Dutch again ...lol...


In the interview, Keshe briefly explained the science behind the technology. "It's not anti-gravity," he corrected me. Rather, what happens is that his plasma reactor creates a local imitation of the Earth's magnetic-gravitational properties, complete with magnetosphere, providing protection from the cosmic rays that can otherwise be deadly outside of the Earth's atmosphere. Because the phenomenon is local to the reactor, a gravitational force of 1-G is maintained for all craft occupants, including during acceleration and deceleration.

Existing craft, such as a 747, minus the wings (they get in the way), could serve as the transport shell, once fitted with the plasma reactor; though spherical craft would be better. Weight is no issue. Number of passengers is no issue. And no specialized training would be required for the pilots of such craft.

And the transport capabilities are not just for space. Imagine going from New York to Paris in a matter of minutes, rather than half a day. Imagine having one of these to beat the traffic to work. Imagine living in some remote location in the Alps, powered by the same technology, and commuting to Australia -- or to the moon, to help build a colony there. The trucking industry would no longer involve highways, but would be point-to-point specific, rapid, and involve no fuel costs.

Keshe claims that his reactors can produce on the level of kilowatts of electricity, with no fuel, drawing energy from the environment where it is replenished from an inexhaustible source using principles of plasma. And he says that these reactors (in the range of 3 kW output, continuous) are available presently for interested parties (e.g. for potential licensing) to inspect or to test for themselves.
[link to www.keshefoundation.org]


... thats great !


This sounds fantastic, but my gut is sceptic and I dont know why ....

xxxK

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Wow much to read here!


Want to share this here..sry im on phone
[link to dx.doi.org]
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I think some of us have spoken with one of the members of Keshe who goes by the name ###.

I will drop him a line an see what the dealio is.

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Wow much to read here!


Want to share this here..sry im on phone
[link to dx.doi.org]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Cool link IWTB76. The addition of elements to a planetary system could also be considered as dropping off a message, or information at another level.

Just as comets etc hitting the Sun may also be.
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LOL...you can no longer "vote " on your opinion of this thread???
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But you CAN tell us your opinion, good or bad.

You frequent some interesting threads yourself I see. What do you make of the stuff we discuss here?
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LOL...you can no longer "vote " on your opinion of this thread???
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But you CAN tell us your opinion, good or bad.

You frequent some interesting threads yourself I see. What do you make of the stuff we discuss here?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Always the naysayers.
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LOL, I'd like to see Klaus do that to a Mackaque...

Klaus wouldnt have any arms.. or legs... or head still connected.

Where the heck did you find that clip? Its up there with my 'what's goin on?' clip.



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Did anyone hear/interact with George the other night on VC?

I missed it as I was dog tired. Isis, is a pod cast available?
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2MIN News July13: Is KESHE Legit?!?!?!?!


[link to youtu.be]


????????????????????????????????????????????????
[link to www.keshefoundation.org]
 Quoting: Isis7

snip:
The new airborne systems will enable every individual to make the same length of journey in the same time and at hardly any cost from any point on this planet. The craft will not be detectable with present radar technology.

The energy crisis will be resolved at a stroke, and once the technology is put into practice the powers that control energy supplies and through them the present financial structures will find their hands empty.

The world water shortage will be addressed and resolved by presenting this technology to the public soon after the release of our energy and space technology.


The International Space Institute is an open organization, accessible to all scientists and students of all nations, and is a subsidiary of Stichting the Keshe Foundation (The Netherlands).
 Quoting: Krispy71


I think some of us have spoken with one of the members of Keshe who goes by the name ###.

I will drop him a line an see what the dealio is.
 Quoting: BadHairDay




From a clean, unattached global funding perspective -

- it's real.

** He is NOT part of Keshe.

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Did anyone hear/interact with George the other night on VC?

I missed it as I was dog tired. Isis, is a pod cast available?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hiya BHD

It's not up yet.

[link to podcast.godlikeproductions.com]

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Citation Oil and Gas Corporation Fined

for Oil and Salt Water Discharge Into Clear Boggy Creek

(DALLAS – July 13, 2012) The Environmental Protection Agency has fined the Citation Oil and Gas Corporation of Houston, Texas, $22,000 for violating the federal Clean Water Act. Today’s announcement settles a Clean Water Act violation for an 11,970 gallon spill of oil and salt water into Clear Boggy Creek and adjoining shorelines in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. The settlement requires the company to pay the civil fine within 30 days.

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Wow, just wow. Only $22,000 for a ruined travel water way. Just pocket change to them no doubt. That isn't even a smack on the hand.

wakeup verysad
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Hello lurkers! hi


- one in particular who sends nice emails... smile_kiss

and, no, not you Hans, this one has promissed sloppy kisses and hugs.

... or was it sloppy hugs and kisses? Either way I'm in!

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