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Who Taught the Teacher!
Changes in what you were taught all the time
Understand the Matrix in words alone
Try word reversals and you will understand
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Hey Rocky nice to see you back. Look forward to your posts and you being here. rken

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It seems the ROLE-PLAYERS have discovered our thread.




I sometimes wonder if it is more than just discovered.
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I was gonna say....the same thing.

edit to say nite nite
edit again> am over at Informationclearinghouse watching Psywar video.
For those interested in mass mind control.

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manana, peepz

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what you guys said

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mermidon found istanbul. Amost got Zardoz.

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There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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It seems the ROLE-PLAYERS have discovered our thread.




I sometimes wonder if it is more than just discovered.

I was gonna say....the same thing.

edit to say nite nite
edit again> am over at Informationclearinghouse watching Psywar video.
For those interested in mass mind control.

[link to www.informationclearinghouse.info]

manana, peepz
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Well they'll fit right in here. rken
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I'll be damned if this is not just a spill over communications point for their game. Not sure which one.

International game where each side is actively hacking the server networks to find out secrets from the opponents. At that point, you create alternate communications networks outside the game to keep the strategy away from your opponents. The alternate communications must be in code, or it will be decoded.

Multiple alternate sites need to be put together in case the current one is compromised or you give bits of the info through different sites
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Just a thought....

WHY did BP have all that Corexit???

To store anything like that needs a large storage setup, and I am assuming on it's description, it is reactive, so is difficult to store.

So, we have a large storage setup, and a large stock of chemical - both cost a LOT of money$$$$$....

Then, how did they get the Corexit onto the site as fast as they did? For the amount reported, it would need a few ships at least, so a lot of organisation - in a VERY short time!!!

They either have a VERY GOOD disaster plan - designed for a MASSIVE SPILL or they were expecting things to happen....

me wonders......

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The spill was officially acknowledged in February, which means that it happened earlier than BP's official notice to the US government. Say, for example that the actual "spill" [which in fact was a gushing oil reservoir at the bottom of the Gulf] happened in November 2009, then there was five months to manufacture the supply of Corexit to start dispensing operations. Additional Corexit was probably being made in the months after the DWH blowout on April 20th. Only NALCO can tell us how much Corexit they can manufacture in ten months and I don't that corporation is going to tell us jack-schitt.

Why do I think it could have happened as early as November of 2009?

Our weather in the Southeast USA was unusually cold for the months of January and February into March. Because we are a temperate climate, my house will only heat about 30 degrees f above ambient temperature. For weeks and weeks last winter, the temperature inside my house hovered at 50 degrees f, or slightly lower. I had to use an electric heater in a separate room to keep the temperature closer to 60 degrees to be livable.

The Gulf Loop is said to have shut down June 28th, which would be a little more than two months after the announced spill. It is likely that it actually took 6-7 months for the water loop to shut down, rather than two.
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Hope the services hold up. My electric is included in the rent. Hopefully we will weather this out.

Say, did you see the lame pic of the earth in this article?

[link to science.nasa.gov]


yep. keep in mind posting pages back mass land relocation for climate controlled crops. also keep in mind the oil tar ball that is sunk is a giant artificial reef contructed by nano fishies and is primarly a heat retention engine. wild ideas on this foundation for multiple uses far exceeds anything ever heard of yet. food is primary concern next year but what is playing out above is baffling to say the least. just gonna keep chomping on the popcorn and wait and see. just look to the skies baby.


I woke yesterday thinking about propylene glycol. It is an anti-freeze and the main ingredient in corexit.
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yes, anti-freeze aka: heat tranfer fluid. although corexit was primarly used to sink the crude below the water surface to form a massive tarball. it worked didnt it ? however, that tarball had to blend in with the eco system while performing its primary duty as a heat sink, heat retention platform. so this blending into the eco system, so clever, using calibrators to fuse gold nano particles via nano fishies as replicating builders to achieve an eco friendly artificial reef. this reef, a heat retention engine superhouse will use generated random free particles to transfer solar energy to the reef. the reef is climate controlled via mutiple network platforms will have the ability to generate enough heat output in tera btu's and can raise the temperature of the GOM by 1.5 degrees per 384 hours ( approx. 16 days ) why ? why all of this ? folks, to sustain and increase aglea growth. algea for food, chlorella. when satifactory levels of harvest are achieved it shall shift gears and produce bio fuel-high grade fuels. but a dual function is there just the same, providing heat for floating turbine generators linked via a huge network of cables to onshore switch stations and yes, wireless power transfer grids. it is unclear how many kilowatts this will acually output, but rumors is to feed one third of the nations consumption with a decade of nominal flux demand. what ? insane huh, gom is one of over a dozen proposed sites, some already into phase 2 of the projects scope. food shortages are the primary objective at this time as we are moving into a worldwide shortage this winter, and this winter will be one of the worst in recorded time. processed chlorella in all shapes and flavors. Chlorella cheese burgers, eewwwwww. algea beer ? um, we'll see. tetonic land mass relocation to position large masses of land to prefable climate zones is also in staging. this will provide the ability to grow super crops, bio engineered crops, yeilding more harvests in a shorter period of time. finally, subterrainian crops, able to grow in little or no artificial lighting. so what does this mean, people +1.
all that gold bought off the public being used for reef construction, nano fishies, and free roaming transmission particles.

all seems like a grand plan till some huge formations yes there is a (s) making it plurl, in space being painted as rocks and debri, and its not, and its absolutely tremendous. nobody is being given the low down on this. keep your eyes to the skies, and know that it is photoshopped, per say. it is not rubble, no stones, no debri.

chlorella, its whats for dinner.
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Gods! I just realized I have 64 windows opend on three screens. And I'm bouncing around them all.

Time flies when you are flinging fun...
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Just a thought....

WHY did BP have all that Corexit???

To store anything like that needs a large storage setup, and I am assuming on it's description, it is reactive, so is difficult to store.

So, we have a large storage setup, and a large stock of chemical - both cost a LOT of money$$$$$....

Then, how did they get the Corexit onto the site as fast as they did? For the amount reported, it would need a few ships at least, so a lot of organisation - in a VERY short time!!!

They either have a VERY GOOD disaster plan - designed for a MASSIVE SPILL or they were expecting things to happen....

me wonders......

.


The stocks of 9500 ran out at some point, thus the official figure of 1.8m gallons or whatever.

The rest of the spraying has been done with 9527, which had probably been stockpiled in the years before there was a great deal of concern with things like public exposure to industrial solvents.

I am just guessing, there are tons of chemicals all over the place...
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Reports we read here in the Southeast was that BP initially sprayed with 9527, but due to the extra-ordinary toxicity and government pressure, they converted to 9500. Over the summer, some complaints were reported that 9527 was still being used in some places.

Who knows? Just about everybody is lying. No trust.
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my eyes are shot, had first contact lens ever, since I refuse to wear glasses, and they were bad and screwed up my eyes. can hardly see and type, did the best I could. just cant see shit right now, and have several pages to catch up on but dont think that I can read it at all tonight.
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Sorry to hear that, woodie. The eyes are a precious thing.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Sorry to hear that, woodie. The eyes are a precious thing.
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thanks, hope all is well with you man, and getting better.
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Housedad, that dude about a couple dozen pages back, gave you awesome props. right on man, good job brother.
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Thanks, woodie.

I'm doing much better, BTW.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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CM is the Illuminati Muslim faction. Last seen headed to Cuba, i believe.
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A couple things:

CM is a ship and OP only agreed that the crescent moon symbol may be associated with Illuminati Muslim. There are other distinct associations with this symbol, many of them much older than any Muslim "faction" which, imo does not appear to play in the GOM.

I wonder if Joint Frost made a delivery to Crescent Moon? It is possible knowing that Joint Frost went to Cuba yesterday afternoon.

JF is on the south side of Cuba at this time, but if you know how to kick in the tracker, it'll show that it was at harbor near Havana yesterday.

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Thanks, woodie.

I'm doing much better, BTW.
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Good to hear. I'm gonna have to sign off, cant read and type worth a crap tonight, so, I'll grab another beer and toss on the headsets.

Maybe some Pink Floyd - Animals.

Catch up to you next round my man. awesome work, keep it up bro. later and night folks.
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.....

<21:14>: back again
<21:15>: they are all watching it ...lol
<21:15>: and now ?
<21:18>: quick with photoshop huh am?
<21:19>: good job
<21:19>: paint program
<21:19>: zar u still here?
<21:19>]: printscreen and paste in paint ...lol...

overflow un expected,
the cage has been breached,
scheduled event uncertain


Photoshop? Really?
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I wondered about that. Is it possible to photoshop a screen print?
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Sincere apologies - I thouht I was doing well, on only 1 coffee...

The book "The Lost Continent of Mu" is by James Churchward and was published in 1926.

There is a new edition brought out by David Hatcher Childress in 2007, with his forward. ISBN 978-1-931882-72-9

"Mu was an immense continent covering nearly one-half of the Pacific Ocean. When she sank during volcanic destruction, fifty million square miles of water claimed her place. This vast continent and culture was the center of civilization some 25,000 years ago. This is the story of Churchwards search for the lost continent, from the vaults of an Indian temple to the four corners of the world." to quote a reviewer..

"Mu is the name of a hypothetical continent that allegedly existed in one of Earth's oceans, but disappeared at the dawn of human history. The concept and the name were proposed by 19th century traveler and writer Augustus Le Plongeon, who claimed that several ancient civilizations, such as those of Egypt and Mesoamerica, were created by refugees from Mu - which he located in the Atlantic Ocean.

This concept was popularized and expanded by James Churchward (1851-1936), who asserted that Mu was once located in the Pacific.

The existence of Mu was disputed already in Le Plongeon's time. Today, scientists dismiss the concept of Mu (and of other lost continents like Lemuria) as physically impossible, since a continent cannot sink nor be destroyed by any conceivable catastrophe, especially not in the short period of time required by this premise.

Moreover, the weight of all archaeological, linguistic and genetic evidence is contrary to the claim that the ancient civilizations of the New and Old Worlds have a common origin. So, the very "facts" that the theory was conceived to explain are now seen to be false. Mu is today considered to be a fictional place, and books on the subject are generally found in the "New Age" or "Religion and Spirituality" sections of book-sellers.

History of the Concept

Augustus Le Plongeon

The idea of Mu first appeared in the works of Augustus Le Plongeon (1825-1908), after his investigations of the Maya ruins in Yucatan. He claimed that he had translated the ancient Mayan writings, which supposedly showed that the Maya of Yucatan were older than the later civilizations of Greece and Egypt, and additionally told the story of an even older continent. Le Plongeon actually got the name "Mu" from Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg who in 1864 mistranslated what was then called the Troano Codex using the de Landa alphabet. Brasseur believed that a word that he read as Mu referred to a land submerged by a catastrophe[citation needed]. Le Plongeon then identified this lost land with Atlantis, and turned it into a continent which had supposedly sunk into the Atlantic Ocean:

"In our journey westward across the Atlantic we shall pass in sight of that spot where once existed the pride and life of the ocean, the Land of Mu, which, at the epoch that we have been considering, had not yet been visited by the wrath of Homen, that lord of volcanic fires to whose fury it afterward fell a victim. The description of that land given to Solon by Sonchis, priest at Sais; its destruction by earthquakes, and submergence, recorded by Plato in his Timaeus, have been told and retold so many times that it is useless to encumber these pages with a repetition of it".

Le Plongeon claimed that the civilization of ancient Egypt was founded by Queen Moo, a refugee from the land's demise. Other refugees supposedly fled to Central America and became the Mayans.


Hope this helps......


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mermidon found istanbul. Amost got Zardoz.
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he just likes the movie

ps its Constantinople btw
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yes, anti-freeze aka: heat tranfer fluid. although corexit was primarly used to sink the crude below the water surface to form a massive tarball. it worked didnt it ? however, that tarball had to blend in with the eco system while performing its primary duty as a heat sink, heat retention platform. so this blending into the eco system, so clever, using calibrators to fuse gold nano particles via nano fishies as replicating builders to achieve an eco friendly artificial reef. this reef, a heat retention engine superhouse will use generated random free particles to transfer solar energy to the reef. the reef is climate controlled via mutiple network platforms will have the ability to generate enough heat output in tera btu's and can raise the temperature of the GOM by 1.5 degrees per 384 hours ( approx. 16 days ) why ? why all of this ? folks, to sustain and increase aglea growth. algea for food, chlorella. when satifactory levels of harvest are achieved it shall shift gears and produce bio fuel-high grade fuels. but a dual function is there just the same, providing heat for floating turbine generators linked via a huge network of cables to onshore switch stations and yes, wireless power transfer grids. it is unclear how many kilowatts this will acually output, but rumors is to feed one third of the nations consumption with a decade of nominal flux demand. what ? insane huh, gom is one of over a dozen proposed sites, some already into phase 2 of the projects scope. food shortages are the primary objective at this time as we are moving into a worldwide shortage this winter, and this winter will be one of the worst in recorded time. processed chlorella in all shapes and flavors. Chlorella cheese burgers, eewwwwww. algea beer ? um, we'll see. tetonic land mass relocation to position large masses of land to prefable climate zones is also in staging. this will provide the ability to grow super crops, bio engineered crops, yeilding more harvests in a shorter period of time. finally, subterrainian crops, able to grow in little or no artificial lighting. so what does this mean, people +1.
all that gold bought off the public being used for reef construction, nano fishies, and free roaming transmission particles.

all seems like a grand plan till some huge formations yes there is a (s) making it plurl, in space being painted as rocks and debri, and its not, and its absolutely tremendous. nobody is being given the low down on this. keep your eyes to the skies, and know that it is photoshopped, per say. it is not rubble, no stones, no debri.

chlorella, its whats for dinner.
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Thanks Woody...

I always appreciate your posts...

Take care of the eyes my friend...

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Hope the services hold up. My electric is included in the rent. Hopefully we will weather this out.

Say, did you see the lame pic of the earth in this article?

[link to science.nasa.gov]


yep. keep in mind posting pages back mass land relocation for climate controlled crops. also keep in mind the oil tar ball that is sunk is a giant artificial reef contructed by nano fishies and is primarly a heat retention engine. wild ideas on this foundation for multiple uses far exceeds anything ever heard of yet. food is primary concern next year but what is playing out above is baffling to say the least. just gonna keep chomping on the popcorn and wait and see. just look to the skies baby.


I woke yesterday thinking about propylene glycol. It is an anti-freeze and the main ingredient in corexit.



yes, anti-freeze aka: heat tranfer fluid. although corexit was primarly used to sink the crude below the water surface to form a massive tarball. it worked didnt it ? however, that tarball had to blend in with the eco system while performing its primary duty as a heat sink, heat retention platform. so this blending into the eco system, so clever, using calibrators to fuse gold nano particles via nano fishies as replicating builders to achieve an eco friendly artificial reef. this reef, a heat retention engine superhouse will use generated random free particles to transfer solar energy to the reef. the reef is climate controlled via mutiple network platforms will have the ability to generate enough heat output in tera btu's and can raise the temperature of the GOM by 1.5 degrees per 384 hours ( approx. 16 days ) why ? why all of this ? folks, to sustain and increase aglea growth. algea for food, chlorella. when satifactory levels of harvest are achieved it shall shift gears and produce bio fuel-high grade fuels. but a dual function is there just the same, providing heat for floating turbine generators linked via a huge network of cables to onshore switch stations and yes, wireless power transfer grids. it is unclear how many kilowatts this will acually output, but rumors is to feed one third of the nations consumption with a decade of nominal flux demand. what ? insane huh, gom is one of over a dozen proposed sites, some already into phase 2 of the projects scope. food shortages are the primary objective at this time as we are moving into a worldwide shortage this winter, and this winter will be one of the worst in recorded time. processed chlorella in all shapes and flavors. Chlorella cheese burgers, eewwwwww. algea beer ? um, we'll see. tetonic land mass relocation to position large masses of land to prefable climate zones is also in staging. this will provide the ability to grow super crops, bio engineered crops, yeilding more harvests in a shorter period of time. finally, subterrainian crops, able to grow in little or no artificial lighting. so what does this mean, people +1.
all that gold bought off the public being used for reef construction, nano fishies, and free roaming transmission particles.

all seems like a grand plan till some huge formations yes there is a (s) making it plurl, in space being painted as rocks and debri, and its not, and its absolutely tremendous. nobody is being given the low down on this. keep your eyes to the skies, and know that it is photoshopped, per say. it is not rubble, no stones, no debri.

chlorella, its whats for dinner.
 Quoting: 6 String Woodie



Woodie, thank you for your input.

I don't get it about the eyes-on-the-sky thing. Since the early 1980s, it's been known that this huge thing was approaching us. First published in Washington Post about 1983(?). Figured by many to be a ball of gas. In about 2003-2004 we could see it in the northern hemisphere, if you could get a filtered look-see. Then, it was at about 2 o'clock to the sun, the size of a dime to a half-dollar for the sun.

In the 90s, the Vatican came to Arizona and built the huge telescope to watch it and we had the beginnings of the Planet X, Niburu stuff.

"They" have known it was incoming, as they watch. How does the incoming fit into the GOM scenario?

I find it difficult to believe that the powers, who do so much to destroy humanity with wars, have gone on a humane streak to work wonders to come up with enough food for all the people in the world.

There is little doubt that the destruction of the Gulf of Mexico, as it was, is intentional through a deliberate plan. The story that it was done to feed the hungry just does not fit.

If the destruction of the Gulf is for the purpose of supplying power to 1/3 of the nation, I'd like to see the cost-benefit analysis.
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To the moon. This thread just keeps getting more and more crazy.

Just for a minute step back and look at how you would respond if these Ideas were put forth on GLP, each in a thread of their own. Without supporing links or conformations of anykind, other than supposed inside information. All things are possible, fewer are probabilities and very few are the truth.

What do know now about the gulf situation that can be substanciated now that we didn't know 2 months ago. This thread build on facts not proven and then adds more unproven facts on top of them. It would seem that people own Ideas are being put out as inside info to give them validity they don't deserve. Show us some proof or at least supporting evidence all who post as priviledged recipients of privilaged knowledge. Code within code=double speak. Bla, bla, bla. Back slapping and kodos for what, Bezerker t-shirts for figuring out what truths. come on people. WTF Rken
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CM is the Illuminati Muslim faction. Last seen headed to Cuba, i believe.



A couple things:

CM is a ship and OP only agreed that the crescent moon symbol may be associated with Illuminati Muslim. There are other distinct associations with this symbol, many of them much older than any Muslim "faction" which, imo does not appear to play in the GOM.

I wonder if Joint Frost made a delivery to Crescent Moon? It is possible knowing that Joint Frost went to Cuba yesterday afternoon.

JF is on the south side of Cuba at this time, but if you know how to kick in the tracker, it'll show that it was at harbor near Havana yesterday.

[link to www.sailwx.info]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1109431



This particular ship activity makes it look as if Crescent Moon made a drop shipment to the Gulf, then stood by.

The first shipment failed.

Joint Frost brought in a replacement, couldn't get the shipment delivered, met CM in Havana and off-loaded. CM is now bringing in the replacement part to the GOM.

Further, that we won't have a re-schedule of events until the replacement has been dropped off and put in place.
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more drilling capsules?
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Sincere apologies - I thouht I was doing well, on only 1 coffee...

The book "The Lost Continent of Mu" is by James Churchward and was published in 1926.

There is a new edition brought out by David Hatcher Childress in 2007, with his forward. ISBN 978-1-931882-72-9

"Mu was an immense continent covering nearly one-half of the Pacific Ocean. When she sank during volcanic destruction, fifty million square miles of water claimed her place. This vast continent and culture was the center of civilization some 25,000 years ago. This is the story of Churchwards search for the lost continent, from the vaults of an Indian temple to the four corners of the world." to quote a reviewer..

"Mu is the name of a hypothetical continent that allegedly existed in one of Earth's oceans, but disappeared at the dawn of human history. The concept and the name were proposed by 19th century traveler and writer Augustus Le Plongeon, who claimed that several ancient civilizations, such as those of Egypt and Mesoamerica, were created by refugees from Mu - which he located in the Atlantic Ocean.

This concept was popularized and expanded by James Churchward (1851-1936), who asserted that Mu was once located in the Pacific.

The existence of Mu was disputed already in Le Plongeon's time. Today, scientists dismiss the concept of Mu (and of other lost continents like Lemuria) as physically impossible, since a continent cannot sink nor be destroyed by any conceivable catastrophe, especially not in the short period of time required by this premise.

Moreover, the weight of all archaeological, linguistic and genetic evidence is contrary to the claim that the ancient civilizations of the New and Old Worlds have a common origin. So, the very "facts" that the theory was conceived to explain are now seen to be false. Mu is today considered to be a fictional place, and books on the subject are generally found in the "New Age" or "Religion and Spirituality" sections of book-sellers.

History of the Concept

Augustus Le Plongeon

The idea of Mu first appeared in the works of Augustus Le Plongeon (1825-1908), after his investigations of the Maya ruins in Yucatan. He claimed that he had translated the ancient Mayan writings, which supposedly showed that the Maya of Yucatan were older than the later civilizations of Greece and Egypt, and additionally told the story of an even older continent. Le Plongeon actually got the name "Mu" from Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg who in 1864 mistranslated what was then called the Troano Codex using the de Landa alphabet. Brasseur believed that a word that he read as Mu referred to a land submerged by a catastrophe[citation needed]. Le Plongeon then identified this lost land with Atlantis, and turned it into a continent which had supposedly sunk into the Atlantic Ocean:

"In our journey westward across the Atlantic we shall pass in sight of that spot where once existed the pride and life of the ocean, the Land of Mu, which, at the epoch that we have been considering, had not yet been visited by the wrath of Homen, that lord of volcanic fires to whose fury it afterward fell a victim. The description of that land given to Solon by Sonchis, priest at Sais; its destruction by earthquakes, and submergence, recorded by Plato in his Timaeus, have been told and retold so many times that it is useless to encumber these pages with a repetition of it".

Le Plongeon claimed that the civilization of ancient Egypt was founded by Queen Moo, a refugee from the land's demise. Other refugees supposedly fled to Central America and became the Mayans.


Hope this helps......


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thanf you ac for the correction. nice bit a work there. enjoyed it.
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Atmospheric Geoengineering detailed Report - What's being done to your climate

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North Dakota lake swallows land and buildings

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. – It's been called a slow-growing monster: a huge lake that has steadily expanded over the last 20 years, swallowing up thousands of acres, hundreds of buildings and at least two towns in its rising waters.

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So, do we have a river in Slovenia draining into a lake in North Dakota?

LOL...that was good....but no...Devil's Lake has done this before..

When has this happened before, just curious. We have family up near there and they talk as if this isn't at all normal. And lots of farm land is permanently irrigated.
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Well, of course it most likely hasn't happened in your family's time...but I swear I heard that the Native Americans of old, named it Devils lake because they never knew what to expect from it..We have family in ND too and if you read some history from long ago, I'm sure you'll find the problems with this lake are mentioned...

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Maybe some Pink Floyd - Animals.


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House gave us a report that "b3" is a lab term for dealing with gram-negative bacteria.

www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/2010/mesh_trees/B03.pdf

The pdf at the link is a 2010 list of b3 bacteria.

b3.130 is anaerobic bacteria. I didn't see a name for b3.131.

The GOM bug should be in this list, excluding of course, the AUgie dug up from the deep. I'm guessing that AUgie is feeding on the b3.

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