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Been revisiting this, and it's the connect with your vid I think.

"One Chinese source has revealed that the NomurA jellyFish actually thrive and grow in size, and exponentially in numbers, when introduced to this "substance". With the help from Japanese researches China has developed a mechanism where they can "program, control and command" the Nomura jellyfish in swarms. Testss have shown that China now has the the ability with S.IM to direct millions/billions of jellyfish to attack/cling to to the hull of any surface and subsurface target vessel and disable it(decommission/redundant)(translation problem). ..China has the ability with their new weapons:: (Reverse EMP or S.IM or Array) to create a type of "force field" around a target vessel. The vessel is then lit up like a beacon for the Nomura's to home in and swim/move towards saID target or to terraform:.: a specific region/area."

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This one block is what took me in different directions, because the word substance was used, rather than organism.

I have no issues with organism, but like my view of where 'bezerk' fits into a bigger story, I believe the term organism comes in well after the substance has done its thing, mutating and changing, even re-animating what ever happens to be near by.

So the earliest version of what we're talking about is where I come from. (actually that is an ironic statement!)

Our discussions about flux transfers between the Sun and the planets. and what that might represent at our level (communication, and sharing of information/energy) seems to me to be what the Chin have grasped, and created a synthetic version of, in S.IM, allowing them to 'initiate' actions and reactions on and in the planet, by effecting this substance.

The radiation issue, and the plague proportion Nomuras around Japan are too much a coincidence to not be related some how. And one may not be a result of the other, rather, one may be the offensive (military) reaction of Humans against the other.

How do you fight magic? That's pretty much the state of it.

The methylhydrates that were eaten by the corexit bacterias which in turn created more methyl hydrates, and mutations within the bacteria, and other bacteria in the oil(s) are also part of this Japanese issue.

Japan sits upon a huge ridge. A very large part of the island chain is anchored to the bottom (put in very simplistic terms) by a layer of methyl hydrates, much of which came from all the volcanic activity over the eons.

So, if you are aware of this, and watch as the GoM scenario is played out for any who care to actually see what is happening, with the corexit, you need to act.

The corexit can be weaponised if you like, to be seeded at depth, and eat an entire layer away, sheering the strata.

How to kill bacteria en-mass? Irradiate them.

How to stop a mass irradiation occuring (Fukushima) and thwarting the plot to destabilise the island chain?

Plant nukes (omega) at depth via drilling ships such as Chikyu, and set up a tidal wave and earth quake to stop the actions. Which came first? The accident at the plant, or the wave? One blurred in to the other.

I cant help but think New Zealand has been the testing bed for all of this to some degree also, including things such as soil liquefaction, which we're about to see on a grand scale in Louisianna, Mississippi etc.

And back to your video Isis.... these high voltage, low current experiments occur in nature every day through lightening, hurricanes (and other spiralling weather conditions), earth quakes and tectonic plate movement through quartz formations especially. (when intact)

It all points, to me, to man made manipulation of the planet, and planetary functioning. This includes the relationship between all things living and the planet too.

The Lake Vostok connection, with lakes of water, infused with the 'substance' that is diluted enough to be ingested without morgellons like symptoms and death, through rapid evolution and mutation, in conjunction with these electrical stimuli could be the prize these experiments are all pushing towards.

The problem with this story is that it is SOOOO BIG, it becomes hard to grasp the scale of it, and we end up chasing our tails, or arguing about some stupid aspect that eventually becomes irrelivant in the scheme of things.

Maybe that's why bezerk is but one chapter.

Can you guys have a pick at some of these ideas please?
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From a fishing trip you bezerkers

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Blows ma mind!
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drones of the sea....

"More than 200 have been deployed from the Arctic to Australia, from the Canary Islands to Loch Ness."
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Ancient Poseidon and Back to Sinkholes ~ maybe more to them than meets the eye, at least in ancient times?

The Geomythological approach – The Proposal of Geomythological interpretation of
Poseidon’s birth

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The Great Question: How can a God of springs, lakes and seas – a God - protector of water in
general, and at the same time a God of the interior of the Earth to move from his birthplace, Nestani village, to his main action places, the Saronic gulf, the Aegean sea and the rest of the Hellenic area?


Poseidon must have used the Nestani sinkhole to arrive to Dini, i.e. he used the route of the Argon Pedion waters.

5 GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

Some people may think that all the above-mentioned are a great story, but what do all these really mean? Is Greek Mythology nothing more than a tale?
Greek Mythology is not a product of imagination of the imaginative Greeks, but the encrypted physical and geological evolution of this area.
The hydrogeological conditions of the greatest area are directly connected to the actions of a God of the prehistoric Greeks.

Poseidon could never be the creation of a different nation, adopted by the Greeks. He is an autochthonous God.

None of the inhabitants of Nestani is aware of its prehistory, with the exception of a few “initiated” ones. That is really a pity !!
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That's fascinating Integrator. I know "T" would gobble this up and expand on it no doubt, as one of those initiated as you say.

Our ancient cousins tried very hard I think to warn or teach of events past, that had major impatcs on society. Carved in stone, built as specific monuments, drawn in deserts, but we keep sliding off to one side and losing how to interpret them.

Lawrence Garnder's once wrote that the word 'gay', just in the last 30 years has changed from one meaning to a very different meaning, so what chance do we have interpreting



the same words, from a different language, no longer spoken, written on half a tablet, translated in to current forms of language.

But oral, musical and dance history is a different kettle of fish. Much of what you wrote, although ancient Greek, could very well be Australian Aborigine in terms of its storyline, but instead of Man Gods, it would be more centred on animals and creatures long forgotten.

The snippets you wrote certainly, in my head, relate to movement below ground, through places of divinity or power, and as such should be honoured, revered, and kept away from, by those who dont know how and when to approach.

Do you ever wonder, if and when all this goes down, how the historians will recap what happened?

WB Integrator. hf
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Many Thanks BHD.

It struck me there might be a parallel here between the original, primeval Energy of The Astral Force of POSEIDON, now revealed in Greece ~ and that of the TIAMATH ARAMU Sea Creature in the Gulf of Mexico, as envisioned by Krispy.

The additional link between the twe events being the sinkholes, now evident between the two places?

Cheers banana2

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BHD, SINKHOLES: I am advised that:

All sinkholes aren't the same. Limestone caverns that, by having their water drained for one reason or another, become the void into which surface layers of sand or soil collapse, may or may not link up with non-limestone-based sinkholes. To be geologically scientific and sound about this, the key is to follow the contiguous geomorphologies first, limestone-to-limestone, and then to what become different species of vacated underground cysts; call them "serdebs" to use my lexicon.

In ancient times, these serdebs/serdabs were used as natural root cellars and coolants (when they were known to be there).


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Thanks for posting. For newer readers, the first-generation wave gliders were reported zipping around the GOM during the height of the oil crises, also reports locally by rig workers who said they saw them regularly.
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From a fishing trip you bezerkers

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Blows ma mind!
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Always enjoy fishing stories and fishing expeditions.

imo, main reason viewers cannot see our future earth is that they can only see the frames in their own film reel. There are other reels of film.

fwiw, somehow, the cobra snake has something to do with these reels of film, in some way cobras are representative.
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Difficult to get interested in the China/jellyfish reports in this thread because that area has always had plagues, or swarms of jellyfish that cause problems. The jellies interrupt fishing and beaches are closed. Sometimes the man-o-war swarm and people in the water are killed by the stings.
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The Nomura issue is a recent one, going by reports.

Have you heard of other jelly issues going back? I've not seen anything about that. Could you point me at some places to start?

** Who is this BTW?

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I remember posting about seeing this very early on, these are some developments.
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From a fishing trip you bezerkers

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Blows ma mind!
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Doesn't it. You know, back around 1999 or there about, I would lounge after dark watching the stars. One night I happened to catch a series of colorful lights, that literally covered the southern sky, they were in long squared off rows, it reminded me of a panel of some sort, wonder if it might have been the space fence. Weirdest thing I have ever seen.
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INTERNATIONAL SINKHOLES (Cont:)

egea, Greece. Sinkhole (drain) at Lake Taka water reservoir.

Tegea, Greece. This photo shows one of the sinkholes which drain Lake Taka. A concrete gate (shown here) has been built to cover the natural sinkhole (katavothra, a Cave) to prevent debris from blocking the drain. Lake Taka is a karst lake, fed by rain and snow runoff from the mountains. Where the waters exit the sinkholes has been a scientific mystery for centuries.

The latest research seems to indicate the water drains into an area near Argos, many miles away. There is currently construction at Lake Taka which is creating a reservoir system to save the water for use in farm irrigation. Part of the lake has also been declared a protected wild bird sanctuary.


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0% out 100%
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What does that mean?
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Guess?
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Tired. Tell me.
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From a fishing trip you bezerkers

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Blows ma mind!
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Always enjoy fishing stories and fishing expeditions.

imo, main reason viewers cannot see our future earth is that they can only see the frames in their own film reel. There are other reels of film.

fwiw, somehow, the cobra snake has something to do with these reels of film, in some way cobras are representative.
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Hmmm; cobras see below, would snip but its all about the images,
stole it from another channel and been looking for an excuse to post here,
looks like your it ac us:)) [link to www.antigravitymovie.com]
second last paragraph mentions the redundancy of Tuts Head-dress falcon
and yet in shamanic tradition the falcon headed man and the serpent are
found to be consistent world wide as communicators of technology, philosophy and healing par-excellence so cant go with that but the rest is a
sublime piece of side-ways-think imho!!

As for Noramura's cant get K's image outa-me-ed of legions of em soaking up rads here and hyper-hefting off to another some-when reality for some
I'm sure very practical non-local purpose!
With this in mind I find it touching that they be-friend the most
nuked nation on the planet (symbio-pals ? )) to help clean-up!!
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From ElQ's thread:

Legal Expert: Giant sinkhole now roughly as big as the Superdome — A humanitarian crisis in center of Louisiana

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Latest Flyover.

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I have nothing to add to this except...WOW!! It's not LA...but can you imagine never knowing if you are going to be swallowed up by the earth. It reminds me of a childhood fear I had growing up in California and being afraid that the earth would split open during an earthquake and swallowing me!!

Russian city being ‘eaten alive’ by epidemic of sinkholes
[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]


edited to add title of article. :)
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Who Or What Left This 60,000-Ton Ancient Artifact Under The Sea?
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hmm scratching
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0% out 100%
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What does that mean?
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Guess?
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Tired. Tell me.
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Oh? Well, old chap! ~ in that case if you haven't the will, ~ not much point in going over why a few Bezerkers are thick enough not to realise they are at the bottom of the class, and will never earn browny points by talking drivel about themselves and contributing nothing constructive to the GOM debate.

So perhaps better if we revert to the focus on sinkholes?
Talking of which, we are further advised that:
>
>"My point is simply that finding contiguity and continuity between
> differing goemorphologies (species of subsurface rock) in what is meant
> with the generic meaning of "sinkholes", whereby migrating from one to
> another (not by water but humans) with seamless traversement, is
> virtually always impossible.

"I learned this in my first year geology
> class at Carleton University and have spelunked limestone sinkhole
> caverns and chambres that all ended when reaching another species of
> rock. Sedimentary stone is the most common geological make-up of what
> become sinkholes over long stretches of time (other than deep glacially
> deposited moraines that are the usual source material in which
> sinkholes develop). There are very rare exceptions to geological
> inter-species transmigration between "sinkholes", but one has to set
> out the proofs of their existence and that is a very expensive
> proposition requiring much more than gpr alone".

Bezerkers, Think about it?
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Water in the Louisiana sinkhole appears now to be moving back and forth with the tide.

Video: Thread: Watch: “Sinkhole tidal flow” — Water movement observed on surface of giant Louisiana sinkhole (VIDEO)

Check at about 5 minutes.
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The Nomura issue is a recent one, going by reports.

Have you heard of other jelly issues going back? I've not seen anything about that. Could you point me at some places to start?

** Who is this BTW?
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The anon from SC who has been here from the get-go.

Lived in Okinawa (Japan) as a child more than 50 years ago after WWII and I do not have any link for the jellyfish phenomenon in those waters. Quite impressive to me at that time to see an entire beach covered in blobs of stranded jellyfish. Seem to recall that the man-o-war had blue tentacles and when we saw them while swimming, we had to leave the water.
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0% out 100%
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What does that mean?
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Guess?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37685118


Tired. Tell me.
 Quoting: BadHairDay
>
Oh? Well, old chap! ~ in that case if you haven't the will, ~ not much point in going over why a few Bezerkers are thick enough not to realise they are at the bottom of the class, and will never earn browny points by talking drivel about themselves and contributing nothing constructive to the GOM debate.

So perhaps better if we revert to the focus on sinkholes?
Talking of which, we are further advised that:
>
>"My point is simply that finding contiguity and continuity between
> differing goemorphologies (species of subsurface rock) in what is meant
> with the generic meaning of "sinkholes", whereby migrating from one to
> another (not by water but humans) with seamless traversement, is
> virtually always impossible.

"I learned this in my first year geology
> class at Carleton University and have spelunked limestone sinkhole
> caverns and chambres that all ended when reaching another species of
> rock. Sedimentary stone is the most common geological make-up of what
> become sinkholes over long stretches of time (other than deep glacially
> deposited moraines that are the usual source material in which
> sinkholes develop). There are very rare exceptions to geological
> inter-species transmigration between "sinkholes", but one has to set
> out the proofs of their existence and that is a very expensive
> proposition requiring much more than gpr alone".

Bezerkers, Think about it?
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A little difficult to follow the flowery English, but it may be that if there is tidal movement in the LA sinkhole, that debunks the 0% of 100% theory. Or, am I confused?
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1st time visitor to this thread...would someone be interested in giving me a small paragraph synopsis of what the main guts of this thread has become about? and a direction to where it is/may be heading? thank you in advance.
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Oil spill in Arkansas covers 20 miles. Check out the thumbnails below the vid, oil in yards and driveways of homes. No flyovers allowed. No media allowed.
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The Nomura issue is a recent one, going by reports.

Have you heard of other jelly issues going back? I've not seen anything about that. Could you point me at some places to start?

** Who is this BTW?
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The anon from SC who has been here from the get-go.

Lived in Okinawa (Japan) as a child more than 50 years ago after WWII and I do not have any link for the jellyfish phenomenon in those waters. Quite impressive to me at that time to see an entire beach covered in blobs of stranded jellyfish. Seem to recall that the man-o-war had blue tentacles and when we saw them while swimming, we had to leave the water.
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ACSC?!!!!! hf hugs

So this would appear to be historical, at least for part of last century.

Wonder if this coincides with nuclear introduction? Both bombs and power generation.

Blue bottles can be a big issue on OZ beaches too. Orible things. They say to get them off, and somewhat neutralise the stings, you should get someone to pee on the area!
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The Nomura issue is a recent one, going by reports.

Have you heard of other jelly issues going back? I've not seen anything about that. Could you point me at some places to start?

** Who is this BTW?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


The anon from SC who has been here from the get-go.

Lived in Okinawa (Japan) as a child more than 50 years ago after WWII and I do not have any link for the jellyfish phenomenon in those waters. Quite impressive to me at that time to see an entire beach covered in blobs of stranded jellyfish. Seem to recall that the man-o-war had blue tentacles and when we saw them while swimming, we had to leave the water.
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There have been many media reports of jellyfish clogging the intakes at the nuke power plants in Japan.
Happens here, too.
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From a fishing trip you bezerkers

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Night
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Blows ma mind!
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Always enjoy fishing stories and fishing expeditions.

imo, main reason viewers cannot see our future earth is that they can only see the frames in their own film reel. There are other reels of film.

fwiw, somehow, the cobra snake has something to do with these reels of film, in some way cobras are representative.
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Hmmm; cobras see below, would snip but its all about the images,
stole it from another channel and been looking for an excuse to post here,
looks like your it ac us:)) [link to www.antigravitymovie.com]
second last paragraph mentions the redundancy of Tuts Head-dress falcon
and yet in shamanic tradition the falcon headed man and the serpent are
found to be consistent world wide as communicators of technology, philosophy and healing par-excellence so cant go with that but the rest is a
sublime piece of side-ways-think imho!!

As for Noramura's cant get K's image outa-me-ed of legions of em soaking up rads here and hyper-hefting off to another some-when reality for some
I'm sure very practical non-local purpose!
With this in mind I find it touching that they be-friend the most
nuked nation on the planet (symbio-pals ? )) to help clean-up!!
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About the cobras, the snakes unreel, or unwind to vibration/music. Those parties working with viewers may find that the introduction of vibration/music will assist with the viewing (May already be doing that.)
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The Nomura issue is a recent one, going by reports.

Have you heard of other jelly issues going back? I've not seen anything about that. Could you point me at some places to start?

** Who is this BTW?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


The anon from SC who has been here from the get-go.

Lived in Okinawa (Japan) as a child more than 50 years ago after WWII and I do not have any link for the jellyfish phenomenon in those waters. Quite impressive to me at that time to see an entire beach covered in blobs of stranded jellyfish. Seem to recall that the man-o-war had blue tentacles and when we saw them while swimming, we had to leave the water.
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ACSC?!!!!! hf hugs

So this would appear to be historical, at least for part of last century.

Wonder if this coincides with nuclear introduction? Both bombs and power generation.

Blue bottles can be a big issue on OZ beaches too. Orible things. They say to get them off, and somewhat neutralise the stings, you should get someone to pee on the area!
 Quoting: BadHairDay


The jellies will have to be historical. We had live-in local household help who had endured the horrors of the Japanese invasion of Okinawa during WWII. The jellyfish were nothing new to them.

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