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Notes from an "alternate universe": September 29 - October 28. (Do you know what happened at Farpoint Station?)

 
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There is a strange thing around the corner, entering the arena on November 2nd in the US.

It's hard to tell what it is. I've never quite seen anything like it.

It's a mutated... something (monster?)

Whatever it is, it's huge.

Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
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Looks like it's picking up now:

Thread: HOLY SHIT!!! Is America about to be ripped apart??? Current USGS EQ data looks SCARY! (When compared to various maps)


Also here:
Thread: Northern BC, Canada Volcanoes About to Blow, Local Report, Seismogram Confirms ?

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Re: Notes from an "alternate universe": September 29 - October 28. (Do you know what happened at Farpoint Station?)
Are there any places besides the mountains of Kenya that have been mentioned?
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This is, indeed, related to the 'monster' I talked about for November 2. I'm not exactly sure how it is (will be) expressed though.

We will see, I suppose :)
 Quoting: Chaol


What does England's future hold? Would it be wise to leave if possible? I know you have said most of the northern hemisphere would be very affected by the big changes, but I feel the need to go.
Its obviously a mind masher to consider going, wise words would be appreciated.
 Quoting: LeKing


I'm not sure about specifics (that would need to be calculated), but without the Gulf Stream operating as it does England would be a different place, climatologically.

Socially and politically, just about where it's headed.

Children of Men comes to mind.
 Quoting: Chaol



And for Australia Chaol?
 Quoting: curve


The future is a value in your 'now'.

What do you think Australia in going to be like in 5 years? Can you see it now?

I don't mean to be a smartash but I would like to show you how you can do what I do (although I hope when you learn that you won't tell anyone what you see... that is no fun.)
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Re: Notes from an "alternate universe": September 29 - October 28. (Do you know what happened at Farpoint Station?)
There is a strange thing around the corner, entering the arena on November 2nd in the US.

It's hard to tell what it is. I've never quite seen anything like it.

It's a mutated... something (monster?)

Whatever it is, it's huge.

Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
 Quoting: Chaol





Looks like it's picking up now:

Thread: HOLY SHIT!!! Is America about to be ripped apart??? Current USGS EQ data looks SCARY! (When compared to various maps)


Also here:
Thread: Northern BC, Canada Volcanoes About to Blow, Local Report, Seismogram Confirms ?
 Quoting: Unit3


Whatever it is, it is fairly huge and has not yet been expressed.

A bit strange and foreign for me, yet also beautiful.

It should have been expressed physically on November 5 (November 2 + ~3 days).
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I'm not sure about specifics (that would need to be calculated), but without the Gulf Stream operating as it does England would be a different place, climatologically.

Socially and politically, just about where it's headed.

Children of Men comes to mind.
 Quoting: Chaol


Thanks.

Children of Men Sounds like something I would like to make absolutely irrelevant to my perspective, well in relation to living conditions and standards, the hope and human project sounds interesting though.

Time to relocate for me I think.

Although, I imagine most places on the continent will change dramatically.

Supposedly when the earth poles switch back the climate around the Earth will be much more even and even maybe even spring all the time in some places, is that plausible?

Thanks!
 Quoting: LeKing


Cold becomes warm, warm becomes cold.

But that's in a few hundred years, I think.

Pole shifts (not singular) should occur in about 18-20 years.

2013 is an interesting time, though not something that should be discussed at this time.
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I'm not sure about specifics (that would need to be calculated), but without the Gulf Stream operating as it does England would be a different place, climatologically.

Socially and politically, just about where it's headed.

Children of Men comes to mind.
 Quoting: Chaol


Thanks.

Children of Men Sounds like something I would like to make absolutely irrelevant to my perspective, well in relation to living conditions and standards, the hope and human project sounds interesting though.

Time to relocate for me I think.

Although, I imagine most places on the continent will change dramatically.

Supposedly when the earth poles switch back the climate around the Earth will be much more even and even maybe even spring all the time in some places, is that plausible?

Thanks!
 Quoting: LeKing


I'm intrigued, of course. Do you mean, Chaol, that the 'altered' gulf stream will make it really cold here? And socially and politically? I've not seen Children of Men.

I'm hopeful for us on the west coast of Wales!

I, too am hoping for the climate you describe above, LeKing. okHow far away would you move?
 Quoting: Marshwiggle


A slight change in the Gulf Stream makes the UK more like Norway. The process has all ready begun, thanks to Obama's approval of a certain chemical dispersed in the Gulf of Mexico.

It's not bad, just different. Perhaps somewhat drastic.

Socially and politically.. time will tell. But would society and politicians respond in such situations?
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There is a strange thing around the corner, entering the arena on November 2nd in the US.

It's hard to tell what it is. I've never quite seen anything like it.

It's a mutated... something (monster?)

Whatever it is, it's huge.

Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
 Quoting: Chaol





Looks like it's picking up now:

Thread: HOLY SHIT!!! Is America about to be ripped apart??? Current USGS EQ data looks SCARY! (When compared to various maps)


Also here:
Thread: Northern BC, Canada Volcanoes About to Blow, Local Report, Seismogram Confirms ?
 Quoting: Unit3


Whatever it is, it is fairly huge and has not yet been expressed.

A bit strange and foreign for me, yet also beautiful.

It should have been expressed physically on November 5 (November 2 + ~3 days).
 Quoting: Chaol




Okay, since you seem to know when it should be expressed, how about a little more on what it could be? Are the links above indicators of your expectation?

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I'm not sure about specifics (that would need to be calculated), but without the Gulf Stream operating as it does England would be a different place, climatologically.

Socially and politically, just about where it's headed.

Children of Men comes to mind.
 Quoting: Chaol


Thanks.

Children of Men Sounds like something I would like to make absolutely irrelevant to my perspective, well in relation to living conditions and standards, the hope and human project sounds interesting though.

Time to relocate for me I think.

Although, I imagine most places on the continent will change dramatically.

Supposedly when the earth poles switch back the climate around the Earth will be much more even and even maybe even spring all the time in some places, is that plausible?

Thanks!
 Quoting: LeKing


Cold becomes warm, warm becomes cold.

But that's in a few hundred years, I think.

Pole shifts (not singular) should occur in about 18-20 years.

2013 is an interesting time, though not something that should be discussed at this time.
 Quoting: Chaol




Well, 2013 is just 56 days away!

afro
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Okay, since you seem to know when it should be expressed, how about a little more on what it could be? Are the links above indicators of your expectation?
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We'll see.
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What does England's future hold? Would it be wise to leave if possible? I know you have said most of the northern hemisphere would be very affected by the big changes, but I feel the need to go.
Its obviously a mind masher to consider going, wise words would be appreciated.
 Quoting: LeKing


I'm not sure about specifics (that would need to be calculated), but without the Gulf Stream operating as it does England would be a different place, climatologically.

Socially and politically, just about where it's headed.

Children of Men comes to mind.
 Quoting: Chaol



And for Australia Chaol?
 Quoting: curve





What about the Netherlands?
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The future is a value in your 'now'.

What do you think Australia in going to be like in 5 years? Can you see it now?

I don't mean to be a smartash but I would like to show you how you can do what I do (although I hope when you learn that you won't tell anyone what you see... that is no fun.)
 Quoting: Chaol


If I do what you suggest Curve does for Australia, then I think where I live has an eternal warm spring /gentle summer and I see it often.

So I can just make thoughts of living in a Norway-like climate irrelevant, yes? :)
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The future is a value in your 'now'.

What do you think Australia in going to be like in 5 years? Can you see it now?

I don't mean to be a smartash but I would like to show you how you can do what I do (although I hope when you learn that you won't tell anyone what you see... that is no fun.)
 Quoting: Chaol


If I do what you suggest Curve does for Australia, then I think where I live has an eternal warm spring /gentle summer and I see it often.

So I can just make thoughts of living in a Norway-like climate irrelevant, yes? :)
 Quoting: Marshwiggle




See, this is the part I can't get to work. What I want to manifest is often not what manifests. Since I'm just learning how I actually create my perceptions, I don't have much hope yet, of creating what I'd like to see here in the USA.
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Chaol. Is your Farpoint thread at all related to this harbinger thread? Thread: Messenger of the Harbinger? Tree not destroyed in NY HARBINGER Important! page 8 new info
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What about the Netherlands?
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Location is irrelevant. Perspective prevails.
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Chaol. Is your Farpoint thread at all related to this harbinger thread? Thread: Messenger of the Harbinger? Tree not destroyed in NY HARBINGER Important! page 8 new info
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No. Not at all.
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What about the Netherlands?
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Location is irrelevant. Perspective prevails.
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Yes, I can see this. However, I'm not conscious of how my perspectives are created, so at this point, I'm subject to some very interesting manifestations.
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Chaol. Is your Farpoint thread at all related to this harbinger thread? Thread: Messenger of the Harbinger? Tree not destroyed in NY HARBINGER Important! page 8 new info
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No. Not at all.
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Thanks. I thought it had to do with the judgement of America. Guess not. How are things in Thailand?
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And for Australia Chaol?


The future is a value in your 'now'.

What do you think Australia in going to be like in 5 years? Can you see it now?

I don't mean to be a smartash but I would like to show you how you can do what I do (although I hope when you learn that you won't tell anyone what you see... that is no fun.)


'smartash'...was that deliberate?

Well, I don't envision a Children of Men type scenario for Australia, the thought of five years from now actually feels good. I can sense the changes on the horizon, which forms they will take I can't confidently say, but I feel will be more my flavour. If I were to hazard a guess, I would say I will be in a different location from present. In my own home perhaps. For Australia as a whole, changes, some drastic even, but overall 5 years from now feels good to me.

I don't have a direct mind's-eye vision, no specifics, just feelings...but if I don't share my perspective of the possibilities, how do I make my future to my liking? Besides, I would never spoil an others fun, even if I had the power to do so. It would be nice to have that power though.
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Chaol. Is your Farpoint thread at all related to this harbinger thread? Thread: Messenger of the Harbinger? Tree not destroyed in NY HARBINGER Important! page 8 new info
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No. Not at all.
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Thanks. I thought it had to do with the judgement of America. Guess not. How are things in Thailand?
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I don't know anything about "judgement of America". It sounds nonsensical, actually.
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And for Australia Chaol?
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The future is a value in your 'now'.

What do you think Australia in going to be like in 5 years? Can you see it now?

I don't mean to be a smartash but I would like to show you how you can do what I do (although I hope when you learn that you won't tell anyone what you see... that is no fun.)
 Quoting: Chaol


'smartash'...was that deliberate?

Well, I don't envision a Children of Men type scenario for Australia, the thought of five years from now actually feels good. I can sense the changes on the horizon, which forms they will take I can't confidently say, but I feel will be more my flavour. If I were to hazard a guess, I would say I will be in a different location from present. In my own home perhaps. For Australia as a whole, changes, some drastic even, but overall 5 years from now feels good to me.

I don't have a direct mind's-eye vision, no specifics, just feelings...but if I don't share my perspective of the possibilities, how do I make my future to my liking? Besides, I would never spoil an others fun, even if I had the power to do so. It would be nice to have that power though.
 Quoting: curve


Yes, deliberate :)

Well, I just meant that some things don't seem that good (for 'future') so there's no point in spoiling the fun in others experiencing it for themselves. But by all means, share what possibilities you think.

If you had the power you'd probably turn it off after a while to just focus on the current perspective and enjoy being surprised. Or maybe not.
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Two things crossed my mind when i read smartash, you were either being cute/quaint, or giving me a heads up...
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'Yes, deliberate :)

Well, I just meant that some things don't seem that good (for 'future') so there's no point in spoiling the fun in others experiencing it for themselves. But by all means, share what possibilities you think.

If you had the power you'd probably turn it off after a while to just focus on the current perspective and enjoy being surprised. Or maybe not.'



Serious question, how do I enjoy being surprised if future events 'don't seem so good'?
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Serious question, how do I enjoy being surprised if future events 'don't seem so good'?
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Not 'bad' in general. Just some thing may not be seen as good, and these are the things that are usually discussed.

Who doesn't like a good surprise! Ok, some of us don't.

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What about the Netherlands?
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Location is irrelevant. Perspective prevails.
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I can bring the paradise climate to me

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Hopefully, this buildup of energy(?) will be expressed in the next few days in some way.

I thought for sure it would have been by now but it appears to be quite stubborn. Kind of like when a stranger goes into the bathroom for a couple of hours. You don't want to know what they're doing in there but you can't help but hear some weird noises!

If it carries on for a few days longer it could be quite interesting.

If nexus points were volcanoes then this could be a potential build-up to a super volcano. (Though I'm not specifically talking about a volcano.)

We shall see.

These are interesting times and spaces :)
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Kind of like when a stranger goes into the bathroom for a couple of hours. You don't want to know what they're doing in there but you can't help but hear some weird noises!


 Quoting: Chaol


Beautifully illustrated, Chaol ;)
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Hopefully, this buildup of energy(?) will be expressed in the next few days in some way.

I thought for sure it would have been by now but it appears to be quite stubborn. Kind of like when a stranger goes into the bathroom for a couple of hours. You don't want to know what they're doing in there but you can't help but hear some weird noises!

If it carries on for a few days longer it could be quite interesting.

If nexus points were volcanoes then this could be a potential build-up to a super volcano. (Though I'm not specifically talking about a volcano.)

We shall see.

These are interesting times and spaces :)
 Quoting: Chaol




Oh my gosh...what images come to me with this, LOL! But, a wonderful way of describing it.

I'm wondering if we aren't seeing a few of these things starting now. It seems quite a few of us in the other thread are manifesting some nice surprises.

I certainly hope it has nothing to do with a super volcano. I live near enough to one it would take me out if it goes off! And yes, it's my current perspective which I am hurriedly trying to change!

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Kind of like when a stranger goes into the bathroom for a couple of hours. You don't want to know what they're doing in there but you can't help but hear some weird noises!


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Beautifully illustrated, Chaol ;)
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How very poetic
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I'm intrigued, of course. Do you mean, Chaol, that the 'altered' gulf stream will make it really cold here? And socially and politically? I've not seen Children of Men.

I'm hopeful for us on the west coast of Wales!

I, too am hoping for the climate you describe above, LeKing. okHow far away would you move?
 Quoting: Marshwiggle


No limits as to how far, I really wouldn't want to limit my options.

The situation would have to be right though of course, in my opinion its better to be around people you know and trust for when SHTF.

So as long as my loved ones, best friends and closest family could come then there would be no limits :).

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The future is a value in your 'now'.

What do you think Australia in going to be like in 5 years? Can you see it now?

I don't mean to be a smartash but I would like to show you how you can do what I do (although I hope when you learn that you won't tell anyone what you see... that is no fun.)
 Quoting: Chaol


If I do what you suggest Curve does for Australia, then I think where I live has an eternal warm spring /gentle summer and I see it often.

So I can just make thoughts of living in a Norway-like climate irrelevant, yes? :)
 Quoting: Marshwiggle




By changing your perspective you can.

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