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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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Off to pick up my Kefir grains...Look up it's health affects!! Fantastic stuff!

Yep, but you might just have to invest in a dairy herd to keep them fed. Boy, do those little buggers reproduce faster than rabbits!
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We have cashmere goats and heard you can eat the extra grains. :)
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Just watched an add on tv here in London by some oil company (didn't catch which one)talking about it's development of algae for oil production etc. Not competing for food growing blah blah. hmmmmm
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Off to pick up my Kefir grains...Look up it's health affects!! Fantastic stuff!

Yep, but you might just have to invest in a dairy herd to keep them fed. Boy, do those little buggers reproduce faster than rabbits!


We have cashmere goats and heard you can eat the extra grains. :)
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Oh yeah, you can. I fed them to my dog, and ate them myself....still was overwhelmed. I agree, the health benefits are awesome.
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i want the name of your pusher bonghit



What's a "pusher?"
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A 20th century authoritarian term for a drug dealer.
edit to say> operating outside the pharmaceutical industry.

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You guys are going to freak: all these ship names have mystical connections.

(Latin gyrus, a spiral): A gyre is a spiral or circular motion. WB Yeats uses the image of a gyre in "The Second Coming" as his private symbol for the forces of history, taking the idea from medieval falconry. ...

web.cn.edu/KWHEELER/lit_terms_G.html

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So no one is picking up on this?

Ok, here are some names of the boats involved in this operation, just to name a few: Nikola (Tesla), Helix (sun/son and spiral) Producer, Pope Benedict, La Madonna, Toisa Pisces, Pisces, and the Abdon (10th judge of Israel) and now we have the Gyre (spiral).

Also, there is the War Admiral, which I can confirm to you via a thread I can find if I have to that this boat was doing southern pointing triangles around the whole area these ships were clustered on the day they were changing the BOP.

Anyone out there?

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Or NEXUS

LOL
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eeeek - nooooo - not me

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Off to pick up my Kefir grains...Look up it's health affects!! Fantastic stuff!

Yep, but you might just have to invest in a dairy herd to keep them fed. Boy, do those little buggers reproduce faster than rabbits!


We have cashmere goats and heard you can eat the extra grains. :)
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I'm not so sure I want to eat grains that have been through a cashmere goat.
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You guys are going to freak: all these ship names have mystical connections.

(Latin gyrus, a spiral): A gyre is a spiral or circular motion. WB Yeats uses the image of a gyre in "The Second Coming" as his private symbol for the forces of history, taking the idea from medieval falconry. ...

web.cn.edu/KWHEELER/lit_terms_G.html

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So no one is picking up on this?

Ok, here are some names of the boats involved in this operation, just to name a few: Nikola (Tesla), Helix (sun/son and spiral) Producer, Pope Benedict, La Madonna, Toisa Pisces, Pisces, and the Abdon (10th judge of Israel) and now we have the Gyre (spiral).

Also, there is the War Admiral, which I can confirm to you via a thread I can find if I have to that this boat was doing southern pointing triangles around the whole area these ships were clustered on the day they were changing the BOP.

Anyone out there?
 Quoting: American Mentat

I mentally noted your observation with interest - sorry for the late response, Mentat, but I've got several other offline activities I'm juggling here. I gather you are bringing this interesting factoid up, because tptb have esoteric habits and patterns of activity....amirite?
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You obviously didn't read the thread. It has been covered several times. Old news. peace


Of course I didn't read the thread... that's all I need to know.

The internet only works a certain way. So anyway... as far as I am concerned. Done.

Sorry to step on any toes, apparently the earthquake already happened. I will leave the faithful to their work then!

Apologies.


What for? not reading the entire thread? Really, it is a daunting task in this age of instant gratification. But, some of us did. It took me two weeks to catch up to speed from pg 1 to page 417, counting all the link diversions, because that's where I came in, thanks to Nexuseditor somehow getting this story into the archives before it's time. I'm loving him forever for that favor, and my husband knows it. In spite of all the BS flags, shills, trolls, intramural beefs, monumental hissyfits, evangelical revivals, and general socializing in the interim, the BESERKERS have not lost their humanity, their sense of humor, or their curiosity. Instead, they have formed a diverse family on a singular quest. Yeah, we got dem twists and turns....that's life. Dance it!
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Right you are TuTu...I started at page one on the first day...

Some evenings at first I would come in from work and have to read 10 or 15 pages to catch up...

A lot of us (I think) only get a few hours here a day...

Like today when I got home from work there were 9 pages or so...So I am catching up now...

That's life...

Like john Lennon said" Life's what happens when your busy making plans"...

Lets Dance... chorus

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Coconut oil has a significant amount of lauric acid [ingested it goes to work and our bodies convert it into a form that is deadly to troublesome microbes.]

[Partial list of] Lipid-Coated Microorganisms Killed by Lauric Acid
Gram-positive organisms
Gram-negative organisms (if pretreated with chelator)

The Coconut Oil Miracle (book)


I LOVE coconut oil. I use it in alot of our meals along with flaxseed oil (both organic, unfiltered/unrefined).

Still use good olive oil too. It depends on the temps you are cooking with. Flaxseed can not tolerate temps except to warm, coconut can tolerate up to 280. Their health bennifits out weigh even good olive oil, and all three are far superior in your diet to any standard cooking oils.

Lots of info and important health benefits with a little ggling!! Worth it!!!


coconutoil, acv, lugols, h2o2 foodgrade, lavenderoil, colloidal,oliveleaf, oiloforegano:its what's for survival ;)

try 50-50 mix acv/3%h2o2 as veggie wash kills 99%badstuff


Have been doing that for a few years now!! Been responding as AC 1071336 (keep forgetting to log on :) Never know what is on those fruit and veggies! :)
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Yes it so much more effective mixed together than either is on its own.

BEZERKERS Staring at goats? (Sorry bout that couldn't help myself-they just come to me:) Happy kefir shopping!
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Thanks for the muckety on the ship names AM.

here is something interesting from Congress of the United States today...

H.R. 4168 - Algae-based Renewable Fuel Promotion Act (Rep. Teague - Ways and Means)

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You obviously didn't read the thread. It has been covered several times. Old news. peace


Of course I didn't read the thread... that's all I need to know.

The internet only works a certain way. So anyway... as far as I am concerned. Done.

Sorry to step on any toes, apparently the earthquake already happened. I will leave the faithful to their work then!

Apologies.


What for? not reading the entire thread? Really, it is a daunting task in this age of instant gratification. But, some of us did. It took me two weeks to catch up to speed from pg 1 to page 417, counting all the link diversions, because that's where I came in, thanks to Nexuseditor somehow getting this story into the archives before it's time. I'm loving him forever for that favor, and my husband knows it. In spite of all the BS flags, shills, trolls, intramural beefs, monumental hissyfits, evangelical revivals, and general socializing in the interim, the BESERKERS have not lost their humanity, their sense of humor, or their curiosity. Instead, they have formed a diverse family on a singular quest. Yeah, we got dem twists and turns....that's life. Dance it!



Right you are TuTu...I started at page one on the first day...

Some evenings at first I would come in from work and have to read 10 or 15 pages to catch up...

A lot of us (I think) only get a few hours here a day...

Like today when I got home from work there were 9 pages or so...So I am catching up now...

That's life...

Like john Lennon said" Life's what happens when your busy making plans"...

Lets Dance... chorus

edit to 9 pages
 Quoting: Czarcasym

Welcome back Cz! From page one-It's a fantastic read...like a good book you just can't put down!
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About yesterdays's disclosure: I find it interesting that this specifically was about the neutralising of nuclear weapons, the very things which for a long time have been a primary tool of fear. Effectively, what they were saying is that the odds are that if humanity ever starts a nuclear war, those arms will be neutralised on the ground, in the air, at any point in the chain of attack. In fact, it looks like pressing the button might well guarantee the sudden appearance of a host of UFOs.

I wonder if those guys looked so nervous because they were saying to TPTB, "in your face, your weapons of fear are useless" ?

Just a thought.
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Right so lets PUSH IT...

And then they can sell me one of those silos for real cheap...

They make great multi level bunkers...

That would be so cool...

Cz

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One theme that was pervasive in all the ex-military officer's presentation is that of a perceived benevolence. If the ETs had any desire to do real harm, they would have long ago done so. A couple of times when the nukes were directly affected, they were only superficially disabled and easily restored to service-ready condition.

That says it all in regard to intent wouldn't you think?

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I mentally noted your observation with interest - sorry for the late response, Mentat, but I've got several other offline activities I'm juggling here. I gather you are bringing this interesting factoid up, because tptb have esoteric habits and patterns of activity....amirite?
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I don't know what to make of it, but it does seem a BIT on the odd side, no?

How's this?

Names of some of the fields the DWH has drilled: Atlantis, Crazy Horse changed to Thunder Horse [link to www.photosfan.com] (statue outside Denver airport), Tiber (the river of Rome), and lastly, Macondo, which means in Portuguese "the devil's brew" and is also the name of the town in One Hundred Years of Solitude that swallows the whole world.
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Right you are TuTu...I started at page one on the first day...

Some evenings at first I would come in from work and have to read 10 or 15 pages to catch up...

A lot of us (I think) only get a few hours here a day...

Like today when I got home from work there were 9 pages or so...So I am catching up now...

That's life...

Like john Lennon said" Life's what happens when your busy making plans"...

Lets Dance... chorus

edit to 9 pages
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Ha! Czar, you are a diligent soul, indeed. I'm retired, and still it took me sooo long to catch up. I can usually get through the body of work of three authors in the time I've spent just trying to keep up here. My off thread reading has almost come to a screeching halt. 1doh1 Actually, more than my off thread reading, but no matter. I've always considered myself to be a reality surfer. and that lends itself well to the dance of life. 5a 5a 5a 5a 5a 5a 5a 5a 5a
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Does anyone have a site that they like/use for meteor alerts? Or know what this guys source might have been?

And should it be a concern that the meteor alert guy is "on vacation" for the whole month of October?
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Does anyone have a site that they like/use for meteor alerts? Or know what this guys source might have been?

And should it be a concern that the meteor alert guy is "on vacation" for the whole month of October?
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I feel like someone who spends most of his time looking at the sky with powerful instruments would know something.

Reminds me of that Hummer commercial where the scientists get in the little electric buggies and ride down to their huge GM ride.
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One theme that was pervasive in all the ex-military officer's presentation is that of a perceived benevolence. If the ETs had any desire to do real harm, they would have long ago done so. A couple of times when the nukes were directly affected, they were only superficially disabled and easily restored to service-ready condition.

That says it all in regard to intent wouldn't you think?

hf
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Quoting dhlos...twice making this point to us (sorry I copy/pasted and didn't quote, but it is exact)

my repeated 2 cents:

tptb can not avoid it
time is up
they have to disclose to keep control on their game
which is us

i have been talking to you about a very visible and undeniable public event in the very near future

shown pictures

keep in mind extra and endo terrestrials are not all the same
do not make the mistake in putting them all in the same basket

they are a reflection of the human world
they need us as much as we need them
some want dominion some are mediators some are guardians some are curious some simply dont care
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snip/

I feel like someone who spends most of his time looking at the sky with powerful instruments would know something.

Reminds me of that Hummer commercial where the scientists get in the little electric buggies and ride down to their huge GM ride.
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I didn't want to jump to any conclusions, but ya gotta admit, the timing is a bit odd at the very least.
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One theme that was pervasive in all the ex-military officer's presentation is that of a perceived benevolence. If the ETs had any desire to do real harm, they would have long ago done so. A couple of times when the nukes were directly affected, they were only superficially disabled and easily restored to service-ready condition.

That says it all in regard to intent wouldn't you think?

hf


Quoting dhlos...twice making this point to us (sorry I copy/pasted and didn't quote, but it is exact)

my repeated 2 cents:

tptb can not avoid it
time is up
they have to disclose to keep control on their game
which is us

i have been talking to you about a very visible and undeniable public event in the very near future

shown pictures

keep in mind extra and endo terrestrials are not all the same
do not make the mistake in putting them all in the same basket

they are a reflection of the human world
they need us as much as we need them
some want dominion some are mediators some are guardians some are curious some simply dont care
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I find it hard to believe that any culture capable of what we are assuming the extra-terrestrials to be capable of would NEED US in any specific sense... rather it is more plausible that we are but one of many irons in the fire.

At least, I hope they don't need us... if that's the case, I would question them and their plans. Counting on a single planet of humans for your long term survival?

And I also question any of the ghoulish things people apparently attribute to the ET's. Why would any civilization capable of star travel need to brutalize a planet full of cultured animals? I think it is much more likely that we are facing a "first contact and partial uplift" scenario rather than anything violent or awful.

I am guessing that the ET's have a group of humans they have raised in their civilization that they took some time ago, about the time we became (or were made) anatomically modern. It is an open question as to whether would still be the same species as us. Also, it would stand to reason that they have some other people chosen and recently abducted who have already been oriented, so they can serve as front-line ambassadors for the first contact party.

I am looking forward to meeting them!!!
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One theme that was pervasive in all the ex-military officer's presentation is that of a perceived benevolence. If the ETs had any desire to do real harm, they would have long ago done so. A couple of times when the nukes were directly affected, they were only superficially disabled and easily restored to service-ready condition.

That says it all in regard to intent wouldn't you think?

hf


Quoting dhlos...twice making this point to us (sorry I copy/pasted and didn't quote, but it is exact)

my repeated 2 cents:

tptb can not avoid it
time is up
they have to disclose to keep control on their game
which is us

i have been talking to you about a very visible and undeniable public event in the very near future

shown pictures

keep in mind extra and endo terrestrials are not all the same
do not make the mistake in putting them all in the same basket

they are a reflection of the human world
they need us as much as we need them
some want dominion some are mediators some are guardians some are curious some simply dont care


I find it hard to believe that any culture capable of what we are assuming the extra-terrestrials to be capable of would NEED US in any specific sense... rather it is more plausible that we are but one of many irons in the fire.

At least, I hope they don't need us... if that's the case, I would question them and their plans. Counting on a single planet of humans for your long term survival?

And I also question any of the ghoulish things people apparently attribute to the ET's. Why would any civilization capable of star travel need to brutalize a planet full of cultured animals? I think it is much more likely that we are facing a "first contact and partial uplift" scenario rather than anything violent or awful.

I am guessing that the ET's have a group of humans they have raised in their civilization that they took some time ago, about the time we became (or were made) anatomically modern. It is an open question as to whether would still be the same species as us. Also, it would stand to reason that they have some other people chosen and recently abducted who have already been oriented, so they can serve as front-line ambassadors for the first contact party.

I am looking forward to meeting them!!!
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Dhlos should answer for himself.

I quoted dhlos because I concur on they're not all the same and therefore should not all be assumed benevolent. Dhlos has made his perspective and whispers clear (sorry you have to read his posts) I felt it important that Asim-ha have dhlos' words.
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So I am searching for meteor alert...and a few clicks later I end up sidetracked here...

This Planet Smells Funny
Sept. 13, 2010: Giant planet GJ 436b in the constellation Leo is missing something.
Would you believe swamp gas?
To the surprise of astronomers who have been studying the Neptune-sized planet using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, GJ 436b has very little methane (CH4).
"Methane should be abundant on a planet of this temperature and size, but we found 7000 times less methane than what the models predict," says Kevin Stevenson of the University of Central Florida (UCF). Stevenson was lead author of a paper reporting the result in the April 22, 2010, issue of Nature.

An artist's concept of GJ 436b peeking out from behind its parent star, an M-dwarf much cooler than the sun. [larger image]

Any takers on this?
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Comet P/2010 A2's orbit is the nearest to the Sun known so far, for this kind of object (semi-major axis of 2.29 AU).
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I was speaking strictly in regard to the views expressed in the video I saw.

God only knows what they really want and yes I'm sure there are a wide range of agendas among our visitors.

I do not live in fear of ets or earthlings.

Period.
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Comet P/2010 A2's orbit is the nearest to the Sun known so far, for this kind of object (semi-major axis of 2.29 AU).
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Gotcha, Thanks Gabriel
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Ex Stunt is my pick for the anagram game...Extraterrestrial Stunt, light show!


I believe that what 'they' want from us is our Eternalness, (is that a word), I DON'T THINK ALL OF THEM THEY ARE CO-CREATORS WITH SOURCE/GOD. That is why when we don't fear them they can't hurt us. THEY KNOW WE ARE POWERFUL BEYOND MEASURE, SADLY MOST OF US DON'T. I think they want to use our DNA to find that which is eternal and why they keep examining and experimenting.

ok throw stones now....:)
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Ex Stunt is my pick for the anagram game...Extraterrestrial Stunt, light show!


I believe that what 'they' want from us is our Eternalness, (is that a word), I DON'T THINK ALL OF THEM THEY ARE CO-CREATORS WITH SOURCE/GOD. That is why when we don't fear them they can't hurt us. THEY KNOW WE ARE POWERFUL BEYOND MEASURE, SADLY MOST OF US DON'T. I think they want to use our DNA to find that which is eternal and why they keep examining and experimenting.

ok throw stones now....:)
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Makes sense to me . . .
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09/28/2010 09:01 PM
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I was speaking strictly in regard to the views expressed in the video I saw.

God only knows what they really want and yes I'm sure there are a wide range of agendas among our visitors.

I do not live in fear of ets or earthlings.

Period.
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Ah, then I misread your words. Apologies, my friend.
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09/28/2010 09:09 PM
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Mass extinction fears widen: 22 percent of world's plants endangered
Jeremy Hance
mongabay.com
September 28, 2010

Scientific warnings that the world is in the midst of a mass extinction were bolstered today by the release of a new study that shows just over a fifth of the world's known plants are threatened with extinction—levels comparable to the Earth's mammals and greater than birds.

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