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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?



Renegade, please give us a page number where you posted an open earth link. You posted some pics, but I'm looking for a link. Thanks.

Are you talking about the rectangular shelf looking anomaly on google earth?
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Yes, I think the coordinates were close to Venezuela and some of us were thinking that the sub activity was only in the US well area.
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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?



Renegade, please give us a page number where you posted an open earth link. You posted some pics, but I'm looking for a link. Thanks.

Are you talking about the rectangular shelf looking anomaly on google earth?



Yes, I think the coordinates were close to Venezuela and some of us were thinking that the sub activity was only in the US well area.
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The last post that I made with this image was at La 25.0000N, Lo 88.0000W. Here is a pic of that rectangular anomaly. It is about half way between LA and Yucatan Peninsula
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malvines
not oil
salt (not NaCl)
antidote



I had written that it might be chlorine. Your suggestion is that humans can take salt tablets so that the fungus won't kill them. Wonderful! I like that.


"Bog waters in the Falkland Islands exhibit unusually high salt concentrations, owing to very heavy deposition of sea spray. Their acidity appears due partly to exchange of metal cations in sea spray for hydrogen ions adsorbed on the peat colloids, and partly to oxidation of hydrogen sulphide generated by peat decomposition. "

[link to www.jstor.org]


If this works out, and salt tablets can protect humans from the aggressive oil fungus, next we need a way to stop it from diluting the petrochemicals to the point where plastics are non-functional. Maybe over the longer term, it's best that we simply get rid of plastics. I hope that doesn't have to happen before we get a little notice in order to make adjustments.


Funny coincidence... on reading some of the remedies offered by sufferers of morgellons... they say that raw sea salt (whole salt, not just NACl) makes the fibres 'pull away' or retreat on contact (topical).

Re: Fungus, iodine is also effective against it.
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Good Morning!
Salt? Really? Salt works on slugs, but the auganism has been swimming in salt water ever since it was birthed from the bowels of the planet, and continues to grow/morph. Maybe it's Epsom salts? I need to finish my coffee, before confusion overtakes me.
As for Morgellons, a dear friend has had it for years, and finally found something that is working to get rid of it - H5O3 - a product that was developed to get rid of MRSA, the super bacteria that does not respond to BigPharmaShit. Turns out, it cures a whole lot more, because it normalizes the pH throughout the entire body - disease cannot exist in an alkaline environment. Further info at www.mrsa30day.com. It got rid of a mysterious condition of mine, that neither allopathic doctors or naturopathic doctors could solve, almost instantly. I've been using it for almost 2 weeks, and am feeling better every day.
One more thing - Do we know that the auganism is actually a fungus or bacteria? And, if so, how does this morphing thingie figure into it? I do know that super blue green algae is both plant and animal. R&D, peepz! It may be an entirely new/different life form. I don't think we really can say at this point.
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On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
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could this be the rectangular rim?
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malvines
not oil
salt (not NaCl)
antidote



I had written that it might be chlorine. Your suggestion is that humans can take salt tablets so that the fungus won't kill them. Wonderful! I like that.


"Bog waters in the Falkland Islands exhibit unusually high salt concentrations, owing to very heavy deposition of sea spray. Their acidity appears due partly to exchange of metal cations in sea spray for hydrogen ions adsorbed on the peat colloids, and partly to oxidation of hydrogen sulphide generated by peat decomposition. "

[link to www.jstor.org]


If this works out, and salt tablets can protect humans from the aggressive oil fungus, next we need a way to stop it from diluting the petrochemicals to the point where plastics are non-functional. Maybe over the longer term, it's best that we simply get rid of plastics. I hope that doesn't have to happen before we get a little notice in order to make adjustments.


Funny coincidence... on reading some of the remedies offered by sufferers of morgellons... they say that raw sea salt (whole salt, not just NACl) makes the fibres 'pull away' or retreat on contact (topical).

Re: Fungus, iodine is also effective against it.


Good Morning!
Salt? Really? Salt works on slugs, but the auganism has been swimming in salt water ever since it was birthed from the bowels of the planet, and continues to grow/morph. Maybe it's Epsom salts? I need to finish my coffee, before confusion overtakes me.
As for Morgellons, a dear friend has had it for years, and finally found something that is working to get rid of it - H5O3 - a product that was developed to get rid of MRSA, the super bacteria that does not respond to BigPharmaShit. Turns out, it cures a whole lot more, because it normalizes the pH throughout the entire body - disease cannot exist in an alkaline environment. Further info at www.mrsa30day.com. It got rid of a mysterious condition of mine, that neither allopathic doctors or naturopathic doctors could solve, almost instantly. I've been using it for almost 2 weeks, and am feeling better every day.
One more thing - Do we know that the auganism is actually a fungus or bacteria? And, if so, how does this morphing thingie figure into it? I do know that super blue green algae is both plant and animal. R&D, peepz! It may be an entirely new/different life form. I don't think we really can say at this point.
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not sodium chloride (table salt) iodized or not

aluminum salt derivative
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bugger ,the link failed.
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On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
:go11:


Wow renegade !!! Those are pretty impressive !!!
Wonder what that rectangular shape in the seafloor must be blink That sure does not look NATURAL .... if you know what I mean ;)

Would that be an exelent hiding place for the subs, those hills under water?

I know. The part of the dark line that you can see is 2.7 miles long. The height measures about 900 ft. There is some fudge factor in these measurements, but it is big. This is located 265 miles south of DWH and is right on the edge of the continental shelf... the 'rim'..
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bugger ,the link failed.
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What pg did you find that on?
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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?



Renegade, please give us a page number where you posted an open earth link. You posted some pics, but I'm looking for a link. Thanks.

Are you talking about the rectangular shelf looking anomaly on google earth?



Yes, I think the coordinates were close to Venezuela and some of us were thinking that the sub activity was only in the US well area.

The last post that I made with this image was at La 25.0000N, Lo 88.0000W. Here is a pic of that rectangular anomaly. It is about half way between LA and Yucatan Peninsula
:ge 2:
 Quoting: RenegadeSon



Yes, thanks. The "88" is interesting because it showed up somewhere on a US territory chart where the "88" was not relevant and it appeared to be telling us to look at that longitude.
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sorry guys,cant get the pic i want, to follow me back to the thread. its on page 361.
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On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
go11


Wow renegade !!! Those are pretty impressive !!!
Wonder what that rectangular shape in the seafloor must be blink That sure does not look NATURAL .... if you know what I mean ;)

Would that be an exelent hiding place for the subs, those hills under water?

I know. The part of the dark line that you can see is 2.7 miles long. The height measures about 900 ft. There is some fudge factor in these measurements, but it is big. This is located 265 miles south of DWH and is right on the edge of the continental shelf... the 'rim'..

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This is that image. My reference to the rim was the continental shelf as maybe the rim.
go11
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Is OP using the words "rectangular rim" for the first time?

Before, we were only talking about the rim, but without further specification.

The google picture that was posted before, shure looks rectangular. Picture was posted by RenegadeSon on 7/31/2010 at 03:53 PM - Page 361:

Thread: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine (Page 361)
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Is OP using the words "rectangular rim" for the first time?

Before, we were only talking about the rim, but without further specification.

The google picture that was posted before, shure looks rectangular. Picture was posted by RenegadeSon on 7/31/2010 at 03:53 PM - Page 361:

Thread: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine (Page 361)
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Good one Renegade. We are thinking likewise.

hf
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on ya renegade. dems da pics iwanted.cant work all this modern elec trikery too well.
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Is OP using the words "rectangular rim" for the first time?

Before, we were only talking about the rim, but without further specification.

The google picture that was posted before, shure looks rectangular. Picture was posted by RenegadeSon on 7/31/2010 at 03:53 PM - Page 361:

Thread: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine (Page 361)
 Quoting: White Widow 1079050

No, OP mentioned it before.

7/16/2010 4:53 PM
I seen it a couple of days ago, It shows the topography (spelling?) of the bottom of the seafloor. The moutains were around 8000 ft high.
Quoting: rocky

Yes thankyou rocky,it could be it, do you have a link? IT WAS A PINNED THREAD!
between the pictures of dying sea life there was a map of the region and the GOM in blue.(maybe hidden purposely within)
It showed the "rectangle" of the rim and three circular impact(comet) zones or (splash)zones. They are not impact zones, they are NEW forming beneath the seabed and the bases are the columns. the Russians knew(predicted it). Good night. You all feel like family to me by now :-)
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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?

Its pretty clear i think Renegade that the OP is just relaying what his girl friend is telling him she is reading of the DED. I think he is in the dark as much as us on what most of it means.

Awhile back, OP made mention of some map, maybe google, that had indications of the rim on it. Sadly, neither he or any of us could find it. Op knows this location, at least on this map he mentioned.
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I thought the Biloxi dome had the rim OP was talking about??
Did I miss something in translation?
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Okay, i think we know where and i think we know who.
Whats the why, what and when?
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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?

Its pretty clear i think Renegade that the OP is just relaying what his girl friend is telling him she is reading of the DED. I think he is in the dark as much as us on what most of it means.

Awhile back, OP made mention of some map, maybe google, that had indications of the rim on it. Sadly, neither he or any of us could find it. Op knows this location, at least on this map he mentioned.

I thought the Biloxi dome had the rim OP was talking about??
Did I miss something in translation?
 Quoting: breezy 680963

I don't think that the 'rim' has ever been clearly defined, by OP or anyone else. The Biloxi dome does have a rim as it is an old volcano. It's just another candidate, until OP can define it for us.
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......

not sodium chloride (table salt) iodized or not

aluminum salt derivative
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Ibuprofen?


The following may be waaaay off topic, but maybe not:

There is a temple at an ancient oasis in the Egyptian desert where the pharaohs went for special "effects" they were able to derive from the salt in the desert sand. Alexander is also reported to have received ministries as the temple in the oasis.

Cannot recall the oasis name, maybe later. Oogle gives good detail.
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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?

Its pretty clear i think Renegade that the OP is just relaying what his girl friend is telling him she is reading of the DED. I think he is in the dark as much as us on what most of it means.

Awhile back, OP made mention of some map, maybe google, that had indications of the rim on it. Sadly, neither he or any of us could find it. Op knows this location, at least on this map he mentioned.

I thought the Biloxi dome had the rim OP was talking about??
Did I miss something in translation?

I don't think that the 'rim' has ever been clearly defined, by OP or anyone else. The Biloxi dome does have a rim as it is an old volcano. It's just another candidate, until OP can define it for us.
 Quoting: RenegadeSon



I believe that OP did refer to the "rectangle" back when he asked for a link to a picture he had seen earlier.
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OP, can you give us any more info as to the location of this rectangular rim?

Its pretty clear i think Renegade that the OP is just relaying what his girl friend is telling him she is reading of the DED. I think he is in the dark as much as us on what most of it means.

Awhile back, OP made mention of some map, maybe google, that had indications of the rim on it. Sadly, neither he or any of us could find it. Op knows this location, at least on this map he mentioned.

I thought the Biloxi dome had the rim OP was talking about??
Did I miss something in translation?

I don't think that the 'rim' has ever been clearly defined, by OP or anyone else. The Biloxi dome does have a rim as it is an old volcano. It's just another candidate, until OP can define it for us.



I believe that OP did refer to the "rectangle" back when he asked for a link to a picture he had seen earlier.
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Yes, check my post up a bit on this page for OP's post from 7/16 4:53PM... he says 'rectangle' when talking about the rim.
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Okay, i think we know where and i think we know who.
Whats the why, what and when?
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Gabriel, please be a little more specific. Too many guessing games and we're all more confused.

Where? Please say it.

Who? Please say it.

When we know better what you think, we can offer suggestions for Why, What and When. Thanks.
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Okay, i think we know where and i think we know who.
Whats the why, what and when?



Gabriel, please be a little more specific. Too many guessing games and we're all more confused.

Where? Please say it.

Who? Please say it.

When we know better what you think, we can offer suggestions for Why, What and When. Thanks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1079212

The above info from Renegade showing the rectangle area in the Gulf of Mexico is the where.

Who is the Odessa fleet made up of several countries including the US.

This is just my belief on the info given on this thread. Don't mean to confuse.
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any chance one of you could summarize this thread?
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any chance one of you could summarize this thread?
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any chance one of you could summarize this thread?
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The OP is getting info from his girl friend in an embassy located in France we believe. At first the info was about a submarine incident in the GOM (hence the thread title).

As the days went by, it was obvious to the OP what was going on has evolved into a fleet of vessels under the control of a group of countries called Odessa.

These countries have agreed to come together to fight, control, develope(this is the area that is still grey) an organism that apparently can eat oil but is dangerous in its mutating ability.

Hope this helps.
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Murdered spy lay undiscovered for weeks

A British spy found murdered in his flat might have lain undiscovered for up to two weeks.

The man, named locally as Gareth Williams, was found stuffed in a large sports holdall in the bath of his central London home.

Mr Williams, aged in his 30s, was employed as a communications officer at the GCHQ "listening post" in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

[link to www.independent.co.uk]
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confirmation of military presence in the arctic circle (1of4)


Danish warship blocks Greenpeace Arctic oil protest


an english company doing the exploration



the english again!!!!!!!

look at guardian
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thanks gabriel.

13,000+ posts in 3 sentences...
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The rectangle should not be too much of an anomaly for us since this is the area proven to have underwater artifacts from what is likely to be Atlantis and, if so, is where we could expect to find man-made areas of considerable size.

We also are aware that the more modern Mayans have "myths" related to the underground and that there are deep tunnels/caves in Mayan territory which have not been fully explored, or we do not have reports if the exploration has taken place. It is expected that some of these may have outlets under water and create what we call "blue holes" of fresh water in the sea.

The location of Renegade's rectangular plateau certainly has a location of interest. Now, we want to find three craters, but are not craters, but "bases" of columns and are the "splash zones."


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