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BHD ~ Glad your OK!

hf

Seriously ~ you guys now take a look at this:

2000 Image Video Of What Mars Really Looks Like

Nasa / Esa space agencies have gotten away with photo manipulation for many years now. With public technology a bit more advanced, we now can fight the space agencies back using a reversal technique. ( fighting fire with fire ).

So we have attempted to scrape off the airbrushed layer of 57 different photos of Mars and have came up with over 2000 images. This is part one of four.

Don't miss the last couple of minutes as there are some strange images. All the links to the raw original photos are posted below and at our website ( Hidden Planet Life.com )


This is no Hoax. All of what you see is in FACT on these photos.Thank you for commenting and God speed. RPeternell


Link to anomolies changed to look different:
[link to www.google.com]



Link to Raw original That is worked with in this video:
[link to www.google.com]


note: If you cant access this go to

Image Video Of What Mars Really Looks Like

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PPI, I watched that vid. Very interesting. There was a dutch guy using specialised software to look at the lunar photos much the same way.

I looked for the vis, but it has gone. Luckily I dl'd it!

Will up load so it can be seen again.
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BHD This pin has now been hastily removed from the main GLP web!

So, now we can all "see" for ourselves the secret agenda, behind those running the GLP Site?


hiding
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danger

danger

*warning will robinson*



-cannot respond- burnit

yoda
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What's The Problem ~ Young man?

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What's The Problem ~ Young man?
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Problem? Probability polemics persist perchance,my dear inquisitor, however......many nuggets of tantalizing truth lay all about. Don't neglect the wisdom within the white spaces between all the characters one sees here.

Anyway, NPR had a piece this am featurning DNA as a compact and most efficient information storage medium. A few blokes have managed to accurately encode the entirety of the Shakespearean sonnets upon a speck of DNA too miniscule to see with naked eyes.

Oh the possiblities. Bezerk indeed. Junk DNA . . . my ass.



multleylaugh



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Hall of records anyone? Under the sphynxes left paw?
How 'bout under your own feet!
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Integrator, I used to view the BeePeeGuy >> BeePeeOilDisaster fella's vids of steel pipes and blobs with a great deal of skepticism when they were first up.

Yes, I saw lizard heads, yes I saw inanimate objects move and morph into animal like shapes, but my head was saying this is just sensationalist bs. That is impossible.

Now that bezerk has taken me down so many rabbit holes, and my personal journey regarding what AUgie might be, with regards it being the 'source' or potential to grow anything living, I view them (the vids)very differently.

Actually, that happened a long time ago. For me it's proof that some of my ideas might be on the right track.

Even if you dismiss the claims made, the sheer fact this fella recorded all the live feeds he could get his hands on, is a fantastic historical library on the event. Something we dont normally get to see. (imagine if there was such material for say, the Kennedy assassination?)

BeePeeGuy is definately a bezerker, even if he does know it yet!! LOL
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Fish

It's What's For Dinner
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Oh Lord, are we back on the playing field?
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Another nuclear expansion in the Southeast US planned at least more than five years ago, which may now not happen.

` ` ` `

Here is the picture of a rolled nuclear reactor vessel which was not published for a month after it happened:

[link to chronicle.augusta.com]

Original Headline: Vogtle reactor vessel slips off track between Savannah, Burke County

Headline Changed To: Vogtle reactor vessel slips between Savannah, Burke County

A little background on the Vogtle Nuclear Plant on the Savannah River which runs between Georgia and South Carolina. This reactor vessel was ordered and its manufacture began before GOM or Fuku.

Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013 5:49 PM

"The coming year will include several major milestones at the Plant Vogtle expansion, including the arrival of the first mammoth steel reactor vessel.

“It weighs 300 tons – more than the Statue of Liberty,” said Mark Williams, a spokesman for Georgia Power Co. “In order to get it to the site, it will be transported via a Schnabel car, which is a specially built rail car with many axles for carrying very heavy freight.”

The vessel was built in South Korea and took three years to complete. It left aboard a transport ship and will arrive in the Port of Savannah."
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WTF would a french fry sub be doing in the gulf???????????????

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Didn't even know the French HAD submarines.
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wtf is this thread and why is it not dead
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Can I just say it is a pleasure to watch you two discuss this stuff. Amazed you have never bumped into each other before!!
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ah haha...
bumped? probably many turns around the wheel as compatriots, combatants, cohorts and so on...
some things are fun to remember
some, more fun to forget

keeps everything a surprise, don'tcha know? lol
hf

did you take a look at the weird building changes on that coordinate? wth?
“You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep”
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Haha, I went back 8 or so pages looking for the co-ords..

- then remembered it was a PM..

Yeah, what is it? Wonderful that things are still being revealed from the desert.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Integrator, I used to view the BeePeeGuy >> BeePeeOilDisaster fella's vids of steel pipes and blobs with a great deal of skepticism when they were first up.

Yes, I saw lizard heads, yes I saw inanimate objects move and morph into animal like shapes, but my head was saying this is just sensationalist bs. That is impossible.

Now that bezerk has taken me down so many rabbit holes, and my personal journey regarding what AUgie might be, with regards it being the 'source' or potential to grow anything living, I view them (the vids) very differently.


Actually, that happened a long time ago. For me it's proof that some of my ideas might be on the right track.

Even if you dismiss the claims made, the sheer fact this fella recorded all the live feeds he could get his hands on, is a fantastic historical library on the event. Something we dont normally get to see. (imagine if there was such material for say, the Kennedy assassination?)

BeePeeGuy is definitely a bezerker, even if he does know it yet!! LOL
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What's The Problem ~ Young man?
integrator

Problem? Probability polemics persist perchance,my dear inquisitor, however......many nuggets of tantalizing truth lay all about. Don't neglect the wisdom within the white spaces between all the characters one sees here.

Anyway, NPR had a piece this am featuring DNA as a compact and most efficient information storage medium. A few blokes have managed to accurately encode the entirety of the Shakespearean sonnets upon a speck of DNA too miniscule to see with naked eyes.

Oh the possiblities. Bezerk indeed. Junk DNA . . . my ass.

multleylaugh

hf
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Hall of records anyone? Under the sphynxes left paw?

How 'bout under your own feet!
 Quoting: BadHairDay


BHD ~ Yes, right under our noses ~ with a little help from AuGie?

This snip from The Depak Chopra Foundation website may help point us towards an increment of knowledge.

Can you describe inner work?

The brain is a dynamic system that constantly processes and creates your reality. It works best if you balance all the things that the brain is good at. The brain is good at being adaptable, flexible, creative, and intelligent. But it’s also good at playing and just being. A balanced life provides time—every day if possible—so that every function of the brain is allowed to come alive and flourish

Where is super brain taking us in the future?

We believe that super brain is the next evolutionary leap for the human brain. The last leap was the neocortex, the higher intellectual brain, which gave humans the ability to reason, to plan ahead, to love, to feel compassion and empathy, to attribute meaning to the world.
Now we can build on that. Choice is the key, because human beings are the only creatures who can choose to evolve, who can shape their destiny. Furthermore, we have been given the gift of “self-awareness,” which allows us to step back into our true selves to observe and use our brains to create the world we wish to live in. For us, super brain is the future and starts now.


TIME BRINGS FORTH THE HIDDEN TRUTH, THANK YOU ~ ISIS.

THE SPOTLIGHT OF CONSCIOUSNESS IS A SUNLIGHT BY ITSELF.


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Can I just say it is a pleasure to watch you two discuss this stuff. Amazed you have never bumped into each other before!!
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ah haha...
bumped? probably many turns around the wheel as compatriots, combatants, cohorts and so on...
some things are fun to remember
some, more fun to forget

keeps everything a surprise, don'tcha know? lol
hf

did you take a look at the weird building changes on that coordinate? wth?
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I'm starting to find it is a bit like that Movie, Cloud Atlas.

The same people eventually bump into each other, but not until the right moments perhaps. My wife and I have known each other through the ages.

A lot of satellite photos and scans had found lots of interesting things in the Libyan desert just before the Corporations Stole the country. Now they are doing the same thing in Mali. Minerals in Mali and Gold, and Oil and Water in Libya. I wonder what else might be in Mali.

Some people think the previous high technology culture that preceded us left all sorts of things behind, Flying craft, science that we have not fully understood yet, the odd device that still barely works. Stuff to reverse engineer.

Technology Jumps Kill if you are not up with the tech, The Crossbow made Full plate Armour obsolete, Gunpowder left the Indians in the dust and many other indigenous peoples around the world. If you are not at the head of the pack in development of New technology then someone else might leave you in their dust.
For the people who control energy resources on Earth keeping technology out of people hands is as important as development of new tech.

The Ancestors of the Rothschild Empire fell because they did not keep up with the technology Jump in Military development and they were beaten and forced to choose between Islam and Christianity. Instead they choose to follow Judaism, but they never forgot why they ended up in that position. One missed jump in technology. Empires live and die off keeping up or keeping someone else down.

I always enjoyed the stories about buried Star-gates in Iraq and Afghanistan as well, Gulf of Arden. The magician says look at this hand while he does the fiddle with the other.

It seems some organizations have a vested interest in getting us to think a certain way, to understand more a person would have to decipher why they wanted us to think those things.
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What's The Problem ~ Young man?
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Problem? Probability polemics persist perchance,my dear inquisitor, however......many nuggets of tantalizing truth lay all about. Don't neglect the wisdom within the white spaces between all the characters one sees here.

Anyway, NPR had a piece this am featurning DNA as a compact and most efficient information storage medium. A few blokes have managed to accurately encode the entirety of the Shakespearean sonnets upon a speck of DNA too miniscule to see with naked eyes.

Oh the possiblities. Bezerk indeed. Junk DNA . . . my ass.



:multleylaugh:



hf
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It isn't what they say, but what they don't say.
In that world day one you are taught, never reveal a source you don't have to and never give up intelligence you don't have to.

If you are a self programing organism [or program] you require all of the information pertaining to all possible functions you can do even if you are not going to use them [the Manual] That was my take on junk DNA when I was at High school.
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I totally think BEZERK is the best thread ever.

What an amazing world!

thanks to all here
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I'm starting to find it is a bit like that Movie, Cloud Atlas.

The same people eventually bump into each other, but not until the right moments perhaps. My wife and I have known each other through the ages.

<only to shorten quote>

It seems some organizations have a vested interest in getting us to think a certain way, to understand more a person would have to decipher why they wanted us to think those things.
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Thought provoking post... on Many levels!
hf

It triggered another look at that fundamental pattern brought up by the Rennes AC

a kind of planetary sub structure bit like fibonacci spiral
structures in pine cone, flower heads, dna, the human body
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It is the warp and woof of what IS upon which this tapestry of consciousness, each individual point of perception and our collective creation of material “reality”, is woven.


Lol! Now, having fallen into that cloud carrying my “why?” banner... I find it necessary to to go dig in some dirt, haul some rocks and wash some dishes! Difficult to focus when all but keyboard and screen has dissolved into the paradox of a 'timeless moment'.
3D(?) limitations... gotta love 'em!

One of the many gifts of this thread... the gathering of serendipitous bumps in the light!
“You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep”
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I totally think BEZERK is the best thread ever.

What an amazing world!

thanks to all here
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Completely agree with you tox1! hf
It's all about the 'vibe'
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This is a bit of a stretch, but tornados are caused by certain conditions that create eddies that eventually coalesce to form a spiralling funnel. Yeah?

Conditions create them.

The same can be said for whirlpools that seem to spring up for no apparent reason.

So how about 'fish' tornadoes?

What are the fish following, or being shaped by? I popped this up because of the location, which is at the end of the Baha Penninsula, an area I frequently watch, where some of the deepest holes on the planet are drilled.

They say it is a ritual used for mating. That may well be the case. But I sense there may be more to it. They are seeing something we are not maybe?

[link to earthsky.org]


There is a thread on this here - Thread: Underwater fish tornado off Baja California ( Amazing pic inside )



- and does anyone remember this vid from ages back regarding the bird flocks doing a similar wave? As if following some kind of energy pattern?




Seems we are the only one's mising out on the party...

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This is a bit of a stretch, but tornados are caused by certain conditions that create eddies that eventually coalesce to form a spiralling funnel. Yeah?

Conditions create them.

The same can be said for whirlpools that seem to spring up for no apparent reason.

So how about 'fish' tornadoes?

What are the fish following, or being shaped by? I popped this up because of the location, which is at the end of the Baha Penninsula, an area I frequently watch, where some of the deepest holes on the planet are drilled.

They say it is a ritual used for mating. That may well be the case. But I sense there may be more to it. They are seeing something we are not maybe?

[link to earthsky.org]
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Perhaps the energy in the water deeper down has a different quality to it. Another theory could be there is a difference in energies for deep to shallow and by going for deep to shallow rapidly you are generating vital energies required for successful mating.
A few Whales like to do this sort of thing in certain coastal bays around the world and some sharks too.
One f my friends has been doing the Great White shark study for 4 years now, he finds them and helps film and tag them, he is not a scientist per-say but he is the operator and he is the one who finds the great whites [or calls them as we think] down off Invercargill, then they observe their migration patterns over the year.

I have seen all the Kawai in my local river do the Mating run up the river. They all breach the surface in unison like a wave breaking from one side of the river to the other [approx 600m] they land flat side against the surface and continue up a few hundred meters up the river and do it again. The first time I saw this was 10pm one night, I didn't know what it was fro the first two bursts then I saw it was the fish.

Incidentally the same river is known for Glowing lights traveling up it [earth energies] sometimes in the water and sometimes as a Glowing orb [usually blue or green] traveling just above the surface [1-2 meters across] and sometimes it departs the river once it is many kilometers inland and has been seen traveling up the mountains behind.
Most likely Earth energies created by movement in fault lines underwater[lots here] combined with high phosphorus in the water, the light follows conductive pathways, the river and possibly cracks in the rocks[water filled ?] in the mountains.

The town used to be a UFO hotspot in the late 60's and 70's.
One of my friends is from the other side of the south island, he tells similar UFO stories from around Kaikorua at the same time period. Huge deep underwater trenches there, lots of speculation around secret underwater UFO bases from the locals back in the day.

My buddy was doing a military exercise in 67, watching RADAR was his part. 3.5 kilometer UFO rose up out of the sea and went orbital according to his RADAR, it was a joint NZ USA military exercise. Never read about it in veterans today, or Uncensored Magazine, New Dawn might have covered something like it along the years.

With all the Aliens supposedly setting up under the pacific I'm very surprised NZ doesn't get a mention considering it's close connection with Antarctica and the historical UFO activity here. Mind you stories don't need real life details do they, just some hype.
In any invasion the first thing you do is strike Electrical generation,the grid and water and comms, I don't see this happening anywhere. Perhaps ET didn't go to Westpoint.

When birds sing they communicate by the spaces they leave not the notes they make, kind of like playing bits of a popular song and leaving out the bits you really want to convey.
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This is a bit of a stretch, but tornados are caused by certain conditions that create eddies that eventually coalesce to form a spiralling funnel. Yeah?

Conditions create them.

The same can be said for whirlpools that seem to spring up for no apparent reason.

So how about 'fish' tornadoes?

What are the fish following, or being shaped by? I popped this up because of the location, which is at the end of the Baha Penninsula, an area I frequently watch, where some of the deepest holes on the planet are drilled.

They say it is a ritual used for mating. That may well be the case. But I sense there may be more to it. They are seeing something we are not maybe?

[link to earthsky.org]


There is a thread on this here - Thread: Underwater fish tornado off Baja California ( Amazing pic inside )



- and does anyone remember this vid from ages back regarding the bird flocks doing a similar wave? As if following some kind of energy pattern?




Seems we are the only one's mising out on the party...
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Calling B.S. on the ‘mating’ suggestion for fish swimming in a vortex. In the Appalachian Mountains, fishing for trout is always good where they gather to catch a vortex of swift water running through the rapids. Can’t find the link that explains that when fish situate properly in the vortex the fish are somewhat pulled up the rocks within the column of fast swirling water.

Found the following link explaining that fish in a column are using an energetically favorable region in order to hold stationary near a cylinder (vortex.) The article is calling the phenomenon “The Kármán gait.”

The birds may be doing the same thing.

[link to jeb.biologists.org]

We all recall early in thread the “columns” forming in the GOM. It is quite possible that such columns were biologic entities ‘gaiting’ through the swirls of methane defrosting on the floor of the Gulf.

Nice post about the underwater columns near Baja.

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Equally nice reminder of the columns at Macondo.
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Amazing tornado vortices BHD.

Must be a bit similar to going into a black hole.

Do you think it is self organising or, have the birds/fishes their own radar (vibes) system I wonder and if so, who is their leader?

May I remind you ~ you were going to bring back the Mars u-tubes showing the colour enhanced pictures?
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I'm starting to find it is a bit like that Movie, Cloud Atlas.

The same people eventually bump into each other, but not until the right moments perhaps. My wife and I have known each other through the ages.

<only to shorten quote>

It seems some organizations have a vested interest in getting us to think a certain way, to understand more a person would have to decipher why they wanted us to think those things.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21858603



Thought provoking post... on Many levels!
hf

It triggered another look at that fundamental pattern brought up by the Rennes AC

a kind of planetary sub structure bit like fibonacci spiral
structures in pine cone, flower heads, dna, the human body
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


It is the warp and woof of what IS upon which this tapestry of consciousness, each individual point of perception and our collective creation of material “reality”, is woven.


Lol! Now, having fallen into that cloud carrying my “why?” banner... I find it necessary to to go dig in some dirt, haul some rocks and wash some dishes! Difficult to focus when all but keyboard and screen has dissolved into the paradox of a 'timeless moment'.
3D(?) limitations... gotta love 'em!

One of the many gifts of this thread... the gathering of serendipitous bumps in the light!
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Warp factor Woof
I'me bumpin this Soulight ;o))
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Amazing tornado vortices BHD.

Must be a bit similar to going into a black hole.

Do you think it is self organising or, have the birds/fishes their own radar (vibes) system I wonder and if so, who is their leader?

May I remind you ~ you were going to bring back the Mars u-tubes showing the colour enhanced pictures?
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Seems it's a touchy subject. Lets leave it at that please.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Massive oil discovery in Australian outback.

They are comparing it to Saudi Arabian quantities.

The oil is very deep, and will require fracking. (not good)
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

Be very interesting to see if the integrity of the Aborigines of the area, who have in years past not allowed mining or drilling to occur on a large scale. BHP Billiton's withdrawal from a $20billion mine was in part due to Aboriginal activist issues.

What I find MOST INTERESTING about this find, is it's geological proximity to the famous Coober Pedy opal mining areas.

If any of you recall when MONATOM was posting, much of the white substance he referred to as the white powder came from this region, from memeory. The interest and inferrence being that the substance, which was mind bending and concious altering, may have been AUgie residue.

Over a month before Duncan's release of what was in the brief cases, which at the time, was rumoured to be an explosive canister, and agreed upon as the likely conents by Duncan, Aco, GF, and friends, - SQUIDDY pointed out it was a cannister made from a ceramic substance, referred to as opaline, containing the organism, and relics.

The cross over was that when she read about Monatom's white powder, that was how she described it, the white opal like (without the coloured flecks) substance found around opal.

That after the cases were opened and it was said that they indeed DID have ceramic canisters within, with traces of the organism, or as aco preferred, augie poop, and that this was one of the only substances that could contain the organism, safely.

The tie in between Monatom's/aco's and Squiddy's stories were quite fascinating.

I always found it odd that their 'team' never acknowledged that foresite. To me and the likes of Krispy, it was remarkable.

Anyhow, the discovery of one of the largest oil finds in recent history, right next door to a material that can potentially be a safe means of containing the organism?

Coincidence? Me thinks not.
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Massive oil discovery in Australian outback.

They are comparing it to Saudi Arabian quantities.

The oil is very deep, and will require fracking. (not good)
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

Be very interesting to see if the integrity of the Aborigines of the area, who have in years past not allowed mining or drilling to occur on a large scale. BHP Billiton's withdrawal from a $20billion mine was in part due to Aboriginal activist issues.

What I find MOST INTERESTING about this find, is it's geological proximity to the famous Coober Pedy opal mining areas.

If any of you recall when MONATOM was posting, much of the white substance he referred to as the white powder came from this region, from memeory. The interest and inferrence being that the substance, which was mind bending and concious altering, may have been AUgie residue.

Over a month before Duncan's release of what was in the brief cases, which at the time, was rumoured to be an explosive canister, and agreed upon as the likely conents by Duncan, Aco, GF, and friends, - SQUIDDY pointed out it was a cannister made from a ceramic substance, referred to as opaline, containing the organism, and relics.

The cross over was that when she read about Monatom's white powder, that was how she described it, the white opal like (without the coloured flecks) substance found around opal.

That after the cases were opened and it was said that they indeed DID have ceramic canisters within, with traces of the organism, or as aco preferred, augie poop, and that this was one of the only substances that could contain the organism, safely.

The tie in between Monatom's/aco's and Squiddy's stories were quite fascinating.

I always found it odd that their 'team' never acknowledged that foresite. To me and the likes of Krispy, it was remarkable.

Anyhow, the discovery of one of the largest oil finds in recent history, right next door to a material that can potentially be a safe means of containing the organism?

Coincidence? Me thinks not.
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Might be time to start asking the real locals what they know about that place. I know someone who lives out back who calls them the countrymen, he says they have shown him some things purported to be over 60,000 years old.

There may be some who are still connected to their history going back who might have some very interesting information about that particular area.

Some things are not always well understood at first inspection.

Seems everybody is sitting on some Good Oil.
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I'm starting to find it is a bit like that Movie, Cloud Atlas.

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It seems some organizations have a vested interest in getting us to think a certain way, to understand more a person would have to decipher why they wanted us to think those things.
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Thought provoking post... on Many levels!
hf

It triggered another look at that fundamental pattern brought up by the Rennes AC

a kind of planetary sub structure bit like fibonacci spiral
structures
in pine cone, flower heads, dna, the human body
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It is the warp and woof of what IS upon which this tapestry of consciousness, each individual point of perception and our collective creation of material “reality”, is woven.

One of the many gifts of this thread... the gathering of serendipitous bumps in the light!
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Warp factor Woof

I'me bumpin this Sunligh
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Amazing tornado vortices BHD.

Must be a bit similar to going into a black hole.

Do you think it is self organising or, have the birds/fishes their own radar (vibes) system I wonder and if so, who is their leader?

May I remind you ~ you were going to bring back the Mars u-tubes showing the colour enhanced pictures?
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Seems it's a touchy subject. Lets leave it at that please.
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OK ~ AC's

Perceptive comments!

That RENNES in the Languedoc keeps surfacing is so interesting!

Apart from the priest Sauniere mystery and the Merovingian dynasty bloodline, the remarkable symmetrical geometry over the vast terrain there has to be very meaningful.

Perhaps it was put there by the remnants of Atlantis?

The rigorous analysis of the geometry by David Wood the cartographer who recently died, has never been fully recognised ~ yet it could lead to a partial decode of the artefacts on Mars identified by Richard Hoagland (and in Two-Third), similar to many found here in Egypt (The Face of the Sphinx) and lately, the crystal pyramid in sunken Atlantis, beneath the Bermuda triangle.

Sorry BHD ~ don't quite understand? WHAT is a touchy subject?

The Vortices, the Black Holes, NASA Heartbeats?

MARS, ATLANTIS, EARTH or, THE PYRAMIDS?

RENNES, THE FIBONACCI SPIRAL, AuGie or

The Secret Agendas?

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Not to be overly 'dramatic' in a royal fashion... but the vids in question were professional image interpolation of NASA moon originals showing them to be manipulated at the least, and completely faked at the most.

The software and equipment used is not for 'home' use, so someone has gone off the reservation to do this.

All efforts the other day, by me, to post the vids resulted in 'no post at all' being registered here, and when I tried to post the links, all broken up, the same occured, until all I got was a blank page. [about:blank]

Had ISIS not upgraded my account, I think I would have had a month or two's bancation.

I did find one source left. Google the subject some, and you might find it.

BTW, my uploads were blocked by YT. Here's the funny thing, they stated that the videos were taken down at the user's request.

The user being me.

Nuf said.

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Beginning to think that oil will be found pretty much where ever you look for it.

Now wouldnt that be interesting? If oil was everywhere?
That's hard for me to say, given what I think it is and does - to Humans.

But purely from an economic perspective... if it was in abundance, what would happen economically? Certainly it would be cheaper, and more would be used, more cars made, more pollution, more congestion, more road rage, more, more, more...

Would we click?
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Beginning to think that oil will be found pretty much where ever you look for it.

Now wouldnt that be interesting? If oil was everywhere?
That's hard for me to say, given what I think it is and does - to Humans.

But purely from an economic perspective... if it was in abundance, what would happen economically? Certainly it would be cheaper, and more would be used, more cars made, more pollution, more congestion, more road rage, more, more, more...

Would we click?
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I have had to do unfortunately an extensive examination of the financial systems of small towns cities and countries and then international economic activity. Everyone is robbing it so badly that it literally requires raw goods to be exacted from what ever source to sustain it.
It doesn't matter what it is as long as if is worth something are recovery and there is lots of it. It is the primary driver of the world economy. The coal face is still what it used to be and always has been Raw Materials. Until the economic system is completely overhauled there is nothing that will change that.

Imagine you are mining the world [this is the reality] and you pay people for Raw product which you then transfer into salable whatever. If you watch the economic streams far enough you see it is all the same people. They give out the money then they rob a percentage on every thing it does until it is just a lot of bills to be paid, they are so good at it without the constant injection of Raw goods the economic system would fall on it's head rather quickly.

The Acquisition of Raw Materials is so high that it is clearly a mater of national security for some countries as they use their Armed forces to Acquire or reclaim lost Assets [Falklands, Kuwait a few of the reclaimed by Military force] All trade laws and regulations have ever done is made it legal for the Wealthy to mine the world, where they could not get an agreement they just had the regime toppled, one way or another. It is the control of energy and Raw assets that is the most aggressive fight on the planet, We now see France continuing the mineral Grab on behalf of said concerns in Mali.

Any free energy devices or ways to escape the need for Oil and Fuel dependence is an act of war on this battlefield, it would end the current financial system if Oil was taken off the Game board.

I see any PM or politician who tries to slow down Mining in OZ gets a lot of unfortunate things happen to them until they go back to playing ball.

Same the World over. When you are The Money in the world you can have the deepest pockets you like and it still never touches the sides.

Drill baby, Drill.

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