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You're not sick; you're thirsty. Don't treat thirst with medication."

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Our life, our planet. Over 70% of the earth's surface is water. However, most of it—98%--is salt water. Only 2% of the earth's H20 is fresh water that we can drink, and of this, almost all is trapped in frozen glaciers.

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So censorship is OK?

What's to be censored is dictated by personal agendas/ego/perceptions?

Stop and have a think about that.

I would rather see all the comments good or bad, all the opinions right or wrong. All the greetings. In this way I get to see what people think and feel.

I may not agree with whats posted but I support everyone's right to an opinion or to greet one another in a friendly manner. Sure there are some that get a little excited, so what? I you have an interest you will read, if not you won't but at least the choice is yours.

Regarding the OPs post I don't see it as stating he's leaving the thread but rather his original source is no longer available and he needs to find another one.

As for the Positive / Negative debate, as long as you think in a polarised manner you will never be free of it. It is the balance of both that is the key. The ying yang symbol expresses this well. Two halves make up the whole.

You get the inspired the good the bad and the downright ugly on this thread.Like you I also prefer it to the more sanitized version however the other thread in question is Nexus' thread and he has free rein to delete posts as he sees fit and to steer the thread in any direction he pleases...
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LOADS of powa!! cleaning house over at the briefcase thread..

less than a kfc combo bucket a month..also great fiction advertisement for his rag..
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bit off topic, but check out today's action on SpaceWeather.com

[link to spaceweather.com]


- That huge solar filament has erupted - not heading our way thankfully

- Comet Hartley is looking beautiful

- and then scroll down and get a dose of red-lettered near-Earth asteroid doom. Never seen so many reds at one time.



I also need to ask a question. A lot of people I know have suddenly started getting earaches, for no discernable reason. It was suggested somewhere that people are starting to experience 'strange new' effects and sensations related to all this stuff. I really don't know, but I admit to being curious enough to ask if others have noticed similar? I'm talking in the last 3-4 days till now time frame.


peace
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So censorship is OK?

What's to be censored is dictated by personal agendas/ego/perceptions?

Stop and have a think about that.

I would rather see all the comments good or bad, all the opinions right or wrong. All the greetings. In this way I get to see what people think and feel.

I may not agree with whats posted but I support everyone's right to an opinion or to greet one another in a friendly manner. Sure there are some that get a little excited, so what? I you have an interest you will read, if not you won't but at least the choice is yours.

Regarding the OPs post I don't see it as stating he's leaving the thread but rather his original source is no longer available and he needs to find another one.

As for the Positive / Negative debate, as long as you think in a polarised manner you will never be free of it. It is the balance of both that is the key. The ying yang symbol expresses this well. Two halves make up the whole.

You get the inspired the good the bad and the downright ugly on this thread.Like you I also prefer it to the more sanitized version however the other thread in question is Nexus' thread and he has free rein to delete posts as he sees fit and to steer the thread in any direction he pleases...
There truly is something for everyone on GLP!




LOADS of powa!! cleaning house over at the briefcase thread..

less than a kfc combo bucket a month..also great fiction advertisement for his rag..
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Yep! and you know what? Approvals to complaints ratio is running at over 12 to 1.

Like I said - if I deleted your post there, put it up here.

peace
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US backs off in currency dispute with China

The Obama administration backed away on Oct 15 from a showdown with Beijing over the value of China's currency that would have caused new frictions between the world's only superpower and its largest creditor.
The Treasury Department delayed a much-anticipated decision on whether to label China as a currency manipulator until after the US congressional elections on Nov 2 and a Group of 20 leaders summit in South Korea on Nov 11.
Washington and the European Union accuse China-set to become the world's second-largest economy after the United States this year-of keeping the yuan artificially low to boost exports, undermining jobs and competitiveness in Western economies.
Fears are growing of a global "currency war" as major trading powers, such as the United States and Japan, seek to weaken their currencies while emerging economies such as Brazil and South Korea raise or threaten tougher controls to limit capital flows.
The decision to delay the Treasury's semi-annual currency report reflects a desire by the Obama administration to pursue diplomacy to resolve the dispute with China rather than provoke a confrontation that could potentially lead to a trade war and affect long-term interest rates.

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[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]
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Chinese officials to be psychologically assessed

BEIJING - An official's psychological health will be assessed along with his or her other abilities in selecting senior government officials and leaders for State-owned enterprises, a senior Party organization official said on Sunday.

"The country is undergoing a period of economic and social transformation. Officials face unexpected psychological pressures due to a variety of internal contradictions," Wu Hanfei, chief of the examination and assessment center under the organizationdepartment of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, told China Daily in Beijing. [Emphasis added]

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Hi Monatom. If I remember correctly, you deal in precious metals and gems?

Your story on monatomic gold was fab.

I'm interested in what probably had you at Coober Pedy in the first place - OPALS.

Do you buy in to the opal myths? i.e. never wear another person's opal ring or pendant etc, because it contains all their life's experiences, good and bad, and can overwhelm some people when it 'kicks in'. There are variations on that theme, but thats a basic outline. (also bad luck etc)

I've been postulating that the canisters are opaline, the more common white glassy stuff intermingled with opal veins, and from what you said before, white powder gold deposits.

I have also postulated that the contents were pure Human DNA.
But what if its opal? A gem/artifact passed down through the ages, worn by many, from the first times?
Could this be considered a crystaline storage device of sorts? A repository of the Human condition perhaps.

I said on another thread that white powder gold could actually be dead AUgie.

The fact that these three elements occur together makes me interested in the relationship, if WPG is dead AUgie.

If the universe (and DNA) is quantum, then everything is connected, and thus interfered with at some level, as it interacts with everything else.

So my thinking is that the canisters are opaline, to shield an opal fragment that has been passed for millenia, maybe even alien in origin from outside quantum interference, so you get a 'clear picture' of how it is, and has been.

Maybe the so called callibrators on the subs are just ground up opaline coatings?

Too woowoo?

Please, please, please correct me if I'm using the wrong term to describe the white glassy stuff Monatom!
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BHD you have an interesting mind that thinks beyond the square and just maybe, you are somewhat intuitive.

I mined opal at Lightning Ridge, not Coober Pedy, and I was there three years full time and 25yrs overall. Why on earth you would think that the canisters were made of opal?
However, the fact is they could be.
Opal is not just a gemstone. It has peculiar properties. When I found a seam of opal and I would chip it with the little gouging pick I would often notice a shadow run across the face of it. I recognized this as an electrical property.
Opal is not formed as science would have you believe. I have had some ding dong arguments with the Professor from the Sydney museum about this. Science would have you believe that decayed matter was replaced by a solution which crystallized. That is not so.

Opal was formed by electrolysis. I have seen the opalized uterus of a fish. The corner was chipped and inside there was an intact embryo within a hollow sac. It was obvious that the amniotic fluid had not been a conductor, but everything else was. The embryo was over one inch in length and under magnification was absolutely detail perfect. Bear in mind that this too was opalized. This was obviously atom for atom replacement and cannot be explained by science using current theory.

So, we have an electrolyte in the ground out there. It is also evidenced sometimes when a farmer pulls out old fence posts that have been in the ground a comparatively short time. They are sometimes found to have a thin coating of opal on the base.

These opal bearing regions are usually formed as a result of huge upheavals in the earth. That which is deep comes close to the surface. It is my thought that the deeper you go into the earth, closer to her heart, you find greater and greater quantum anomalies.

Finally, opal was treasured by the Greeks for it was thought to have mystical properties. They actually consumed it though we do not know whether it went through some process. It was said to give one the powers of prophecy and invisibility.

Oddly enough it only takes 18 months for opal to form. Likewise, gold has the ability to keep surfacing from the depths, so too oil.

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I have been to Lighting Ridge, one of the only two places on Earth where black opals are found. I have one. I saw the most beautiful rolling flash opal ever.
Australia in the late 80's...Wow what an adventure!
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I'm very curious as to the stance of China as per the contents of those cases. Was in an ultimatum? A good will gesture? A report back to the west on what their satellites would have already picked up in the Great Wall (indication cooperation at those levels)? A warning with evidence provided? All of the above?

While we are waiting for more information on this crucial aspect of it all (imo), I'd like to summarise what I consider likely to be key news items:

first there was ...
- several UFO sightings - reported in the State run media
- China's "Carl Sagan" goes public from his observatory and says UFOs are real
- more State media reported UFOs, including several airport disruptions
- escalating tensions between Japan and China over 'fishing trawler captain'

- then we hear from OP/GF that Japan received one of the timelocked briefcases - indicating a sudden change/reversal in the Japan-China relationship maybe?

- more UFOs being reported across China, more airport disruptions. all reported to the Chinese

- October 13th - briefcases opened; We look at the meagre crumbs of info, and from amongst them we conclude there is a special gene in certain Chinese asiatic genetic groupings that will be reacting differently to some anticipated stimulus or event, which is seemingly connected to the people/aliens who are controlling the organism. Etc Etc Etc. We are still speculating about whether its all good, bad, or just ugly for us mere mortals.

then all of a sudden, we see:
- reports of some sort of purge within the Chinese ruling structure
- the heads of NASA all suddenly get up and go to China for meetings
- the heads of all the worlds major financial institutions do the same
- the sudden stop to a looming currency and trade war by the west with China
- more evidence of some sort of 'social transformation' being effected (see news item above about the psychological assessments required for officials)

stay tuned I guess ...
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You get the inspired the good the bad and the downright ugly on this thread.Like you I also prefer it to the more sanitized version however the other thread in question is Nexus' thread and he has free rein to delete posts as he sees fit and to steer the thread in any direction he pleases...
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Very true and I was referring to this thread. Nexus and others have the right to run theirs as they sees fit, this is called freedom. But I think it's the dynamic of the varied posts that make this thread work they way it does.
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At the risk of starting an outbreak of hypochondria - I was commenting just yesterday about how many people are suddenly reporting earaches. I'm talking people who never get earaches.

If you are wanting to tell us about your recent symptoms and how they might fit in - please do NOT post them here - post them over at the Bezerk thread instead. I am sure you will find LOTS of folk there with things to say about this.

Nexuseditor posted this on another thread yesterday.

I live in Christchurch New Zealand and we are living with aftershocks from a 7.1 magnitude quake on september 4th. Today we had another 5.0 "aftershock".Things feel rather fragile here downunder.

Yesterday a developed a major earache (the first in 15 plus years)totally out of the blue. No other healthproblems .

Coincidence ??????
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Update on the Gulf!!Initial video on the oil and large dead fish is well worth watching!This is a travesty and the least we can do is to bear witness!
[link to www.floridaoilspilllaw.com]
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Shows that the gulf is a long way from recovery, and I am told people are eating fish from here?

Just another pressure upon the wildlife already pushed to breaking point. I am glad you keep an eye on this site.
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hey all, I have not been able to get on as much as I would like to. been extremely busy as a hired hand in the studio. I am so tired of it now. also have filled a few bills so I'm running all over the place. fishing has been truely cut back. all I can add at this time is so little from loads of info. the terraforming thing is correct and you all have been pretty much right on the money. there is a whooooooooole lot more to the picture and its being fragmented together bettween all the running around. there is a huge change in what info is on and around omega and the tetonic relocation info and its reasoning. meaning, it may not be just for agriculture for the super freeze upon us this winter. terraforming and positioning may play a huge part in this role. if land mass movement is planned for logistics and positioning of terraforming, what could that mean ? what comes to mind and tossing the idea around, is that the terraforming may be the foundation to setting the stage to raise Atlantis perhaps ? that is just an opinion, and Atlantis just being the coined term for the well protected sunken land mass of ancient infrastructure under the waters of the gom. I believe 100 % that the city exisits, and my opnion of it, is, that maybe that is the Atlantis that has been oh so elusive. its late, and I'm just burned completely out. I have so many questions, and so much to piece together, and now, so little time do all what is expected of me. I miss dropping in and saying hello, so bare with me if it is hit and miss for a little while. super important times this later part of this month and well into half way of the next. keep eyes to the skies, as pictures will be getting better, and in frequency. speaking of frequency, keep an ear open to sounds of space and if lucky, shortwave too. there are many realtime feeds for both of those on some sites.
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night ya'all gotta zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz catch up as soon as I can. be well folks.
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Major Oil Spills

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Anyone got knowledge on how the Kern County leak worked out over time?

What's reported for Oz

[link to www.amsa.gov.au]

I still think the recent leaks globally have a purpose.

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I have been to Lighting Ridge, one of the only two places on Earth where black opals are found. I have one. I saw the most beautiful rolling flash opal ever.
Australia in the late 80's...Wow what an adventure!
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black opals also found in virgin vally nevada, also nasa discovered opals on mars 2008 (maybe some black ones there too!)
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Hi Woodster, glad yr well, good to hear from you.

Some interesting stuff there.

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the serpent leading one down through pyr

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Hi Monatom.

SNIP

Finally, opal was treasured by the Greeks for it was thought to have mystical properties. They actually consumed it though we do not know whether it went through some process. It was said to give one the powers of prophecy and invisibility.

Oddly enough it only takes 18 months for opal to form. Likewise, gold has the ability to keep surfacing from the depths, so too oil.
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Thanks for getting back to me Monatom. I'm not intuitive, but I know someone who is! Interesting info regards opal. The Greeks ate it? Eeew! or were they just getting small amounts of WPgold?

Oh, one quick clarification - IS that white glassy stuff that is more prevalent than the 'pretty' opal referred to as opaline? Its important to me. Is that a term for it? or is opaline a general term for anything opal?

This word was specifically used.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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That's wild Dhlos! So much more thought was put in to building back then eh? Sacred geometry, even in the negative spaces and shadows.
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Atlantis was a great civilization that was destroyed in a massive catastrophe about 11,560 years ago when the last great Ice Age ended. The civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Central America were supposedly its offshoots.The Atlanteans were technologically advanced, could communicate telepathically, and used the properties of crystals to further their occult knowledge.




Atlantis was first described by Plato (427-347 BCE), citing his source as Solon (615-545 BCE), a politician and poet who did a lot of traveling. Solon apparently got his information from Egypt. The Egyptian priests informed Solon that around 9570 BCE, there was already a great civilization at Athens that the present Greeks have already forgotten. The society was ruled by warriors who loved the simple, communal lifestyle and had no interest in great wealth. They had been able to defend the city against the island continent of Atlantis, which lay west beyond the Pillars of Heracles (Straits of Gibraltar) and was ruled by a coalition of kings descended from the sea god, Poseidon, and whose chief king was Poseidon's son, Atlas.

The Atlanteans were at one point almost godlike in their purity of heart, but they became greedy and corrupt over time. They ruled an empire stretching as far as central Italy in Europe to the borders of Egypt in Africa, but grew even greedier and sought to conquer the Athenians first by conventional war, but were defeated. As the war ended, the 'gods' decided to punish the Atlanteans for their pride, and over the course of a day and a night used scalar technology from ships circling the earth to create violent earthquakes and floods that swept and sunk the island and destroyed it. The remnants of the island can still be seen as the raising ridge in the center of the Atlantic Ocean (GE it)


The account Plato gives in Critias describes the Atlantean society. The island had virtually everything the Altanteans needed to remain self sufficient from fresh water, abundance in metal ores, luxuriant vegetation, and animals including elephants. As a result, the kings of Atlantis were quite wealthy. Each had its own royal city, but the greatest city was that ruled by the descendents of Atlas.


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Hi Monatom.

SNIP

Finally, opal was treasured by the Greeks for it was thought to have mystical properties. They actually consumed it though we do not know whether it went through some process. It was said to give one the powers of prophecy and invisibility.

Oddly enough it only takes 18 months for opal to form. Likewise, gold has the ability to keep surfacing from the depths, so too oil.


Thanks for getting back to me Monatom. I'm not intuitive, but I know someone who is! Interesting info regards opal. The Greeks ate it? Eeew! or were they just getting small amounts of WPgold?

Oh, one quick clarification - IS that white glassy stuff that is more prevalent than the 'pretty' opal referred to as opaline? Its important to me. Is that a term for it? or is opaline a general term for anything opal?

This word was specifically used.
 Quoting: BadHairDay



The colourless(or white,black) material is called Potch.
Another substance that contains some opal is called Opalite.
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china is the center of the world


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Sinomania

for some rather interesting connections


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how does astral travel and psychic ability grab you? how about communicating with spirits? lack of sleep because all night long i am in and out of astral being trained for something?

this is ALL new. this is a whole new level of 'the call'

bit off topic, but check out today's action on SpaceWeather.com

[link to spaceweather.com]


- That huge solar filament has erupted - not heading our way thankfully

- Comet Hartley is looking beautiful

- and then scroll down and get a dose of red-lettered near-Earth asteroid doom. Never seen so many reds at one time.



I also need to ask a question. A lot of people I know have suddenly started getting earaches, for no discernable reason. It was suggested somewhere that people are starting to experience 'strange new' effects and sensations related to all this stuff. I really don't know, but I admit to being curious enough to ask if others have noticed similar? I'm talking in the last 3-4 days till now time frame.


peace
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this is a swap around ... in the 70's my father moved us to Seattle from Western Australia to sell opals mined at Coober Pedy by an old family friend of his. we lived there for 2 years. i love opal, particularly fire opals

I have been to Lighting Ridge, one of the only two places on Earth where black opals are found. I have one. I saw the most beautiful rolling flash opal ever.
Australia in the late 80's...Wow what an adventure!
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10/19/2010 05:08 AM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
[link to www.heraldsun.com.au]

A LARGE metal case covered in traces of an explosive caused part of Parliament House in Canberra to be shut down today.

The Department of Parliamentary Services Secretary Alan Thompson said Federal Police were called in after the case tested positive for traces of explosives in three separate examinations.

The loading dock was shut down for more than an hour.



metal case ? bomb traces ? surprised u missed it .....story seems to have changed on ABC news as was a case ....now on there as a 'box'

enjoy ..
dhlos
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Greece
10/19/2010 06:23 AM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
to mirror the lhc (a ring of pyr)

Enormous Ring is Developing on the Sun

"What is this strange ring that has been developing on the Sun during 16-Oct?

Sunspot 1112, located in the southeast quadrant, has been the source of a giant filament that is currently stretching 400,000 km across the surface of the Sun.

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What concerns me is that if indeed this is a huge magnetic filament nearly encircling the entire Sun, it is now currently directly facing the Earth. If sunspot 1112 does erupt, could the entire filament explode into a massive CME?"

[link to beforeitsnews.com]
rken
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Thailand
10/19/2010 06:29 AM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Thread: Tesla Tower, DNA, the Holy Grail, a KEYHOLE, and the NWO 528 KEY

be sure to read the links. facinating. rken

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