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Didn't one of the OP, the many that we have had, suggest looking up. sk
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East Texas here again. Because of yesterday's issue with the static IP being compromised, I seriously advise all not to trust what comes from AC/1956 (can't remember the whole number). This is being addressed but any legit info will no longer be coming from me on that IP. I will return to it in the future once the current issues are past, IF the are. Some will choose to trust me, some wont, I can't control that, I would only say this: the voices (all of them) warning you have been RIGHT...haven't they?

An earlier response I worked out the meaning of the anagram.

FEMA Rapid Strategic Response Operation TEX

Watch movements closely in the next day of two, see where they go.

It WON'T be Louisiana.

The Dawgs are still barking.

Let the reader understand....CUZZ that's what YOU Do.


From page 95 when the heavy duty shilling started. And now we have that thread also about all the LEO activity in Dallas.

Bears watching....
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Let the reader understand: I will never go back to Blue BAYOU, there will be no place for the Children to play soon. May as well eat RICE dogs from RICE Dog 7.

I am DEPUTY Dawg. Boss says can't say much, BIG BOSSES won't tell anyone THE TRUTH. But good people always find a workaround. Avoid the censors, no need for a V-chip here.

Please think hard about this. Remember things MUST get worse before they get better. I'm always at HOME when I make ASSUMPTIONS, but sooner or later you can NEVER go home again.

Much love people. And pray always.
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Has someone already mentionned CONDOLEEZA RICE?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8298598

Good afternoon Everyone...posted this yesterday concerning possible connections to Dawg's comment on RICE/RICE DOG 7.

Ok folks, let me know if this is old news...I did some data mining this morning and came up with an interesting link. I apologize for the wall of text but it's necessary.

First this...

In 1971, a microbiologist named Ananda Chakrabarty patented a bacteria genetically engineered to degrade and destroy crude oil. The next year scientists created the first synthesized gene, a bit of yeast RNA ushered into existence virtually from scratch. These discoveries, among others, raised the curtain on the science of biotechnology. Forty years later, in 2010, biologist Craig Venter, already known as a key figure behind the mapping of the human genome, announced his creation of a microbe that earned the name Synthia: “the first self-replicating species on the planet whose parent was a computer.”

In April, the Obama administration published a report called the “National Bioeconomy Blueprint” to assess and promote “economic activity fueled by research and innovation in the biological sciences.” Annual revenues from the bioeconomy in 2010, the report announces, totaled $176 billion.

[link to www.earthisland.org]

Which led me to this WH National Bioeconomy Blueprint pdf

[link to www.whitehouse.gov]

Pg 19 of the PDF led me to this...

Expanding the Versatility of Biofuel Energy Solutions: In 2010 the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) developed and deployed “Electrofuels,” a first-of-kind biofuels technology program to encourage development of new biological routes to fuels that bypass the limits of both current andvarious advanced approaches to biofuels. ARPA-E invested $45 million across 13 innovative projects that target the development of unexplored, unapplied microbiology for biofuel production.

Which led me to...

Resource: Houston Technology Center
Contact: None Submitted
Recommended By: Sam Mason, Rice Alliance
Recommender's Description: Independent non-profit, experienced advisors to start-up technology businesses. The organization has four primary foci, each with its own director. Please see HTC website for specific contact info. Focus areas include: Business Formation, General Technology -to-Market Resource, Mentorship.

[link to arpa-e.energy.gov]

Which ultimately led me to this...

The Rice Alliance (Rice University, Houston TX)...the first Underwriter on their list? Who else but BP.

[link to alliance.rice.edu]

Investigating further...
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What if the problem is a combination of things and Assumption is one of the symptoms of the big picture?

Starting with the SPR ( strategic Petroleum reserves ) which are Americas emergency fund so to speak....located in SALT DOMES along the Gulf Of Mexico..

[link to www.earthlyissues.com]

ANd lets say the whole area is compromised....that is to say the SPR is leaking....theres a hole in the boat so to speak....what would this mean for the Nation?

or perhaps the supply has been compromised by Synthia/Corexit...perhaps synthia or corexit is eating away at the salt domes as well...so not only do we have the strategic petroleum leaking away but all manner of chemicals entering the water in the area as well....

the SPR are located in

-Bryan Mound - stalking_is_a_crime, Texas. 20 caverns with a storage capacity of 254 million barrels (40,400,000 m3) with a drawdown capacity of 1.5 million barrels (240,000 m3) per day.
-Big Hill - Winnie, Texas. Has a capacity of 160 million barrels (25,000,000 m3) with a drawdown capacity of 1.1 million barrels (170,000 m3) per day. This facility is planned to be expanded by 250 million barrels (40,000,000 m3) with a new drawdown capacity of 1.5 million barrels (240,000 m3) per day.
-West Hackberry - Lake Charles, Louisiana. Has a capacity of 227 million barrels (36,100,000 m3) with a drawdown capacity of 1.3 million barrels (210,000 m3) per day.
-Bayou Choctaw - Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Has a capacity of 76 million barrels (12,100,000 m3) with a maximum drawdown rate of 550,000 barrels (87,000 m3) per day. This facility is planned to be expanded to 109 million barrels (17,300,000 m3) with a new drawdown capacity of 600,000 barrels (95,000 m3) per day.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This would threaten the very foundation of America and is not something that the powers that be would want widely known....

Now that it is known hydrocarbons have breached the bottom of the dome at Assumption...is it possible that the oil itself has mutated with synthia/Corexit and is now eating away at everything...including the Methane Barrier?

Just my two cents worth cause I keep coming back to what is located near the area in Assumption and the areas referenced in Texas is the SPR...so just throwing it out there...
 Quoting: taniatarn


If corexit/synthia (mainly synthia) has made it into these caverns and is working it way towards the national oil reserves it would explain a lot. For example, the increase of gas pressure in these caverns would be caused by synthia. When a bacteria breaks down anything gases are released as a byproduct, generally in the form of gas but sometime in the form of hydrocarbon (methane) hydrates. Which would increase the pressure around the cavern.

Even if synthia is not apart of this methane hydrates might be present. This would also satisfy the hinting at the word HYDRATES that was hinted as something that needed to be looked at by ET.

"Methane hydrate looks like water ice, but its behaviour is very different. It is known as "burning ice", because it burns when a lighted match is put to it."

From- [link to www.whatischemistry.unina.it]
 Quoting: Disillusioning


That definitely makes sense...I wish I had a bit more of a scientific mind to understand whether this bacteria breaching salt domes is a possibility....it definitely does seem so now that they are saying hydrocarbons have breached the bottom of the cavern. It is possibly eating through everything..

IT would also mean that the SPR are worthless...no-one will want oil contaminated with a bacteria that is consuming the very product they are buying!....

It just seems to me to be a way that ties in to a really big picture that would threaten the stability of the USA. And I am also betting that if this is the case...they are going to try and create a false flag as an explanation to sell to the public as to what has happened...
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OH and found this which sums up the tie to Assumption nicely..

The Bayou Choctaw Strategic Petroleum Reserve is located 12 miles southwest of Baton Rouge in the Atchafalaya Basin (30.316654, -91.307976). It is one of 4 major petrochemical storage sites(the other 3 are in Texas).  It holds 73.2 MMB in 6 caverns - 22 MMB sweet and 52 MMB sour.

How big would a cavern be that can hold that much oil? So f you look at its location and size underground I wonder how far away it would be in reality? Apparently they are hush hush on it 'exact' location....

ALso, thinking about it of course the Reserves could have been deliberately sabotaged too...
 Quoting: taniatarn


Good points!
As it's said: look west of Baton Rouge...

What's about the Dawg?
There's a Bayou Cane only a few miles south. Cane = Dog. Just saying.
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Didn't one of the OP, the many that we have had, suggest looking up. sk
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This would be a perfect false flag to blame on an asteroid. kinda the only thing that could "explain" it. no ones fault now you see.....
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Here is a link to the FEMA daily operations briefings for the US on Sept 30. Right before we noticed the anagram. It does not appear to me that there are any deployments that are unusual or any training going on anywhere.

For your own enjoyment:

[link to content.govdelivery.com]
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Not to scare, just to inform.

Geologists predict entire 3-mile-wide salt dome below sinkhole may collapse —

[link to enenews.com]
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Radioactive waste leaking out from BOTTOM of sinkhole

[link to enenews.com]
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Latest Texas Brine PR on Oct 1

Just in case it was not posted, if it was please disregard.

[link to www.texasbrine.com]
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Good morning everyone. Take a deep breath, keep eyes and ears open looks to be stable for the last day or so by what I am reading but this remains an ongoing situation that can change in an instant.

Kudos to all who keep digging on this. If anything like this happened where I lived, I'd be grateful knowing others were keeping an ear to the ground.

Time for my morning coffee :)
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OH and found this which sums up the tie to Assumption nicely..

The Bayou Choctaw Strategic Petroleum Reserve is located 12 miles southwest of Baton Rouge in the Atchafalaya Basin (30.316654, -91.307976). It is one of 4 major petrochemical storage sites(the other 3 are in Texas).  It holds 73.2 MMB in 6 caverns - 22 MMB sweet and 52 MMB sour.

How big would a cavern be that can hold that much oil? So f you look at its location and size underground I wonder how far away it would be in reality? Apparently they are hush hush on it 'exact' location....

ALso, thinking about it of course the Reserves could have been deliberately sabotaged too...
 Quoting: taniatarn


"just had an oh great!!!monent

related, but not

[link to www.chron.com]

"Chu said it was better for the government to cash in on the crude rather than risk it seeping out of a salt dome cavern in southeast Louisiana or chance an overflow of oil as it is moved to other brimming storage sites"

while researching

[link to pbenergy.com]

bayou choctaw has 10 wells between 3500 and 7800 ft

want to guess where the mississippi water went
thru there to corne?"

my post related, from pg 75

dr
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24843282


Here is a link to a google satellite image of Bayou Choctaw...

[link to imageshack.us]

Has a suspicious lovely round looking 'lake' in the top left of the area....

and here is a map showing location of Bayou Choctaw ( labeled A ) and area of sinkhole labelled X

[link to imageshack.us]
 Quoting: taniatarn


That circular lake looking thing at Bayou Choctaw appears to have been there for quite some time as is in images from early 2000's too....so not show how or when that formed...maybe man made?
 Quoting: taniatarn


Cavern Lake at Bayou Choctaw salt dome resulted from the failure of Cavern 7 in 1954.

[link to www.ntis.gov]
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"just had an oh great!!!monent

related, but not

[link to www.chron.com]

"Chu said it was better for the government to cash in on the crude rather than risk it seeping out of a salt dome cavern in southeast Louisiana or chance an overflow of oil as it is moved to other brimming storage sites"

while researching

[link to pbenergy.com]

bayou choctaw has 10 wells between 3500 and 7800 ft

want to guess where the mississippi water went
thru there to corne?"

my post related, from pg 75

dr
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24843282


Here is a link to a google satellite image of Bayou Choctaw...

[link to imageshack.us]

Has a suspicious lovely round looking 'lake' in the top left of the area....

and here is a map showing location of Bayou Choctaw ( labeled A ) and area of sinkhole labelled X

[link to imageshack.us]
 Quoting: taniatarn


That circular lake looking thing at Bayou Choctaw appears to have been there for quite some time as is in images from early 2000's too....so not show how or when that formed...maybe man made?
 Quoting: taniatarn


Cavern Lake at Bayou Choctaw salt dome resulted from the failure of Cavern 7 in 1954.

[link to www.ntis.gov]
 Quoting: alexisj9


Thanks for that!
Interested observer of all things interesting!

Please note : Where appropriate for posted images/ graphs I acknowledge the New Zealand GeoNet project and its sponsors EQC, GNS Science and LINZ, for providing data/images used in my study and analyses of Volcanic and Earthquake information in New Zealand.
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Don't know if this has been posted before....
[link to www.stevedrinkard.com]

Report by Jack M Reed, former geologist for gulf area
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Don't know if this has been posted before....
[link to www.stevedrinkard.com]

Report by Jack M Reed, former geologist for gulf area
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Given the current political climate and business control of every major branch of government, it is difficult to see anything but a disaster that dwarfs the Deepwater Horizon affair altering our course of destruction.
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and to all, be aware that the problems are not just in LA

look at the water wells contaminated with nat gas all over

[link to www.google.com]

PA,OH,NY,TX, the list goes on

it is being blamed on fracking of the shale layers, but, it also could be that tptb know about the gas pressure buildups and for the last 3+ years they have been trying to bleed off the pressure, and make themselves money

I am currently in nys and smelled gas leaking as we crossed a shale creek 3 hours ago. asked who i was riding with they said, oh just gas leaking, does it all the time
and his well tastes like sulfur

USA wide people, start looking closer to home and say something (at least to us)

this could be something way worse than the sinkhole

dr
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Which is it dr? You stipulated prior that synthia was being used in frackin and now it is attributed to releasing gas pressure?

Is any proof that synthia is used in frackin? Wouldn't put it past them. Seems they are using frackin to terraform to avoid earth movement? On the other hand, fracking has contributed to the unstability of NM faultline or are they trying to control the outcome of that too?

We should have listened to 007 movie in 1981-lol. The frackin will speed up the NM faultline.

At any rate agree that water will be the most precious resource in the future it is being contaminated north, south, east and west. As of late they are capping open reservoirs everywhere and using laser tech to zap water. No coincidences. What will make people run to their camps? Water.
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and to all, be aware that the problems are not just in LA

look at the water wells contaminated with nat gas all over

[link to www.google.com]

PA,OH,NY,TX, the list goes on

it is being blamed on fracking of the shale layers, but, it also could be that tptb know about the gas pressure buildups and for the last 3+ years they have been trying to bleed off the pressure, and make themselves money

I am currently in nys and smelled gas leaking as we crossed a shale creek 3 hours ago. asked who i was riding with they said, oh just gas leaking, does it all the time
and his well tastes like sulfur

USA wide people, start looking closer to home and say something (at least to us)

this could be something way worse than the sinkhole

dr
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24843282

Which is it dr? You stipulated prior that synthia was being used in frackin and now it is attributed to releasing gas pressure?

Is any proof that synthia is used in frackin? Wouldn't put it past them. Seems they are using frackin to terraform to avoid earth movement? On the other hand, fracking has contributed to the unstability of NM faultline or are they trying to control the outcome of that too?

We should have listened to 007 movie in 1981-lol. The frackin will speed up the NM faultline.

At any rate agree that water will be the most precious resource in the future it is being contaminated north, south, east and west. As of late they are capping open reservoirs everywhere and using laser tech to zap water. No coincidences. What will make people run to their camps? Water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23883145


Slightly off topic- yes I agree with the water statement. With the droughts, low water tables and the amount of water used in fracking. Also- when T. Boone Pickens set his sights on water- that made me very uneasy.

Back to you regularly scheduled program. book
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seems to me a while back someone asked who was funding Venter?? how about the Bill Gates Foundation..??you know..as in Microsoft's Bill Gates...

[link to ilriclippings.wordpress.com]

[link to www.gatesfoundation.org]
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I did. Thank you, breezy.
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Each side would be 2 x 211 not 4. 2x2=4

4x4 would be 16 acre. :: for example, for dots but only two along each side. sk
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Your patient response is much appreciated, sk, dots help translate the math into a spatial perspective.
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wow, the amount of ideas generated from this thread is massive. my head is spinning trying to keep up. it really is a spider that is weaving a web through everything; all parts of society will be/are being affected. if something affects the oil supply, then everything is affected.
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wow, the amount of ideas generated from this thread is massive. my head is spinning trying to keep up. it really is a spider that is weaving a web through everything; all parts of society will be/are being affected. if something affects the oil supply, then everything is affected.
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Yeah there's really a building awareness of all those natural gas pipelines, the strategic petroleum reserve, the possibility of chemical and biological weapons storage, the complexity of the geology, the methane hydrates/clathrates on the Gulf floor and all the implications of any disturbance in that area, etc.

Also the microcosm of the interaction between the local residents, the local government, the huge petroleum exploration corporations, and the federal government, the media too.

Interesting how our attention keeps being drawn by events to this area. I was certainly riveted by the unfolding situation when Katrina struck, also the Deep Water Horizon drilling disaster.
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Good Morning!

State Police Fly Over yesterday 10/02/12



And new addition to the DNR website showing Incident Action Plans of all companies on the Napoleonville Salt Dome

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
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Good morning All! :)

Haven't gone thru the new posts from last night yet, just getting up and around, can anyone gimme a quick synopsis on any new developments If not no worries, I'll just read back.

The following was in my FB feed this morning, warning dated 9/27, backs up what the Dawg said about being stuck where you're at when SHTF...

This morning I was trying to resolve a shipping error for one of my regular customers. He is a Lieutenant at a federal police agency. His department trains with homeland security in Arkansas annually and is kept in the loop with potential threats and situations that may need his agency’s assistance. After a lengthy telephone conversation about the shipping error to his department, he got completely serious with me on the phone. He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.

[link to survivingglobalrecession.com]
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Good Morning!

State Police Fly Over yesterday 10/02/12



And new addition to the DNR website showing Incident Action Plans of all companies on the Napoleonville Salt Dome

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
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Great link! thanks!
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Good morning All! :)

Haven't gone thru the new posts from last night yet, just getting up and around, can anyone gimme a quick synopsis on any new developments If not no worries, I'll just read back.

The following was in my FB feed this morning, warning dated 9/27, backs up what the Dawg said about being stuck where you're at when SHTF...

This morning I was trying to resolve a shipping error for one of my regular customers. He is a Lieutenant at a federal police agency. His department trains with homeland security in Arkansas annually and is kept in the loop with potential threats and situations that may need his agency’s assistance. After a lengthy telephone conversation about the shipping error to his department, he got completely serious with me on the phone. He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.

[link to survivingglobalrecession.com]
 Quoting: siniXster




I keep hearing the chatter about this as well. Not just from alternative news sites either. It's almost like people can 'feel' something is about to happen. Just a strange vibe in the air.

When you have strong intuitive thoughts like that....it's always best to listen. Weigh the 'warning' with the sensibility of 'can, will, could it happen' and then apply a bit of logic.
"the truth will stand up, when nothing else will"
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Good morning All! :)

Haven't gone thru the new posts from last night yet, just getting up and around, can anyone gimme a quick synopsis on any new developments If not no worries, I'll just read back.

The following was in my FB feed this morning, warning dated 9/27, backs up what the Dawg said about being stuck where you're at when SHTF...

This morning I was trying to resolve a shipping error for one of my regular customers. He is a Lieutenant at a federal police agency. His department trains with homeland security in Arkansas annually and is kept in the loop with potential threats and situations that may need his agency’s assistance. After a lengthy telephone conversation about the shipping error to his department, he got completely serious with me on the phone. He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.

[link to survivingglobalrecession.com]
 Quoting: siniXster


Good morning Sinixster. That's exactly when my family is taking a vacation! Thank you for the info, but not what I wanted to hear this morning! Did he say anything else? Thanks!
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Good morning All! :)

Haven't gone thru the new posts from last night yet, just getting up and around, can anyone gimme a quick synopsis on any new developments If not no worries, I'll just read back.

The following was in my FB feed this morning, warning dated 9/27, backs up what the Dawg said about being stuck where you're at when SHTF...

This morning I was trying to resolve a shipping error for one of my regular customers. He is a Lieutenant at a federal police agency. His department trains with homeland security in Arkansas annually and is kept in the loop with potential threats and situations that may need his agency’s assistance. After a lengthy telephone conversation about the shipping error to his department, he got completely serious with me on the phone. He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.

[link to survivingglobalrecession.com]
 Quoting: siniXster




I keep hearing the chatter about this as well. Not just from alternative news sites either. It's almost like people can 'feel' something is about to happen. Just a strange vibe in the air.

When you have strong intuitive thoughts like that....it's always best to listen. Weigh the 'warning' with the sensibility of 'can, will, could it happen' and then apply a bit of logic.
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We've felt the same, I have two homes, my own and my g/f's, we are staying at her place for the most part but some important components of my preps are still at the other location, been feeling like we need to consolidate to one place now, deep knowing kind of thing.
"Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore" - Andre Gide

"Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both....and surpass the result." - Tien T'ai

"All my life, my heart has yearned for a thing I cannot name." - Andre Breton

"Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink" - Charles Bukowski

Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain - Exerpt Psalm 127:1

Pain and heartbreak are but illusions that we allow our mind to create out of fear, live in love and from your heart and you'll realize that all is as it should be. The lessons we learn from loss are meant to be taken with wisdom and happiness not sadness and remorse. New strength, new love, new life, new wisdom and lessons that propel us forward on our journey back to unity, universal consciousness and true unconditional love. Wow, what an incredibly joyous ride when we see it for what it truly is!- Sin
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Nothng to do with the sinkhole but cause of certain bits of the conversation may be related in some way.

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The FBI says the network has been operating through a Texas-based company, which pretended to produced traffic lights and other similar equipment, as well as through a Russian-based procurement firm.

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Good morning All! :)

Haven't gone thru the new posts from last night yet, just getting up and around, can anyone gimme a quick synopsis on any new developments If not no worries, I'll just read back.

The following was in my FB feed this morning, warning dated 9/27, backs up what the Dawg said about being stuck where you're at when SHTF...

This morning I was trying to resolve a shipping error for one of my regular customers. He is a Lieutenant at a federal police agency. His department trains with homeland security in Arkansas annually and is kept in the loop with potential threats and situations that may need his agency’s assistance. After a lengthy telephone conversation about the shipping error to his department, he got completely serious with me on the phone. He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.

[link to survivingglobalrecession.com]
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what could that mean?
no oil/gas for transportation?
or something bigger, like a ff?
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Good morning All! :)

Haven't gone thru the new posts from last night yet, just getting up and around, can anyone gimme a quick synopsis on any new developments If not no worries, I'll just read back.

The following was in my FB feed this morning, warning dated 9/27, backs up what the Dawg said about being stuck where you're at when SHTF...

This morning I was trying to resolve a shipping error for one of my regular customers. He is a Lieutenant at a federal police agency. His department trains with homeland security in Arkansas annually and is kept in the loop with potential threats and situations that may need his agency’s assistance. After a lengthy telephone conversation about the shipping error to his department, he got completely serious with me on the phone. He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.

[link to survivingglobalrecession.com]
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Good morning Sinixster. That's exactly when my family is taking a vacation! Thank you for the info, but not what I wanted to hear this morning! Did he say anything else? Thanks!
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That's pretty much all he said so far, the author sounds sincere to me...you're very welcome :)
"Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore" - Andre Gide

"Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both....and surpass the result." - Tien T'ai

"All my life, my heart has yearned for a thing I cannot name." - Andre Breton

"Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink" - Charles Bukowski

Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain - Exerpt Psalm 127:1

Pain and heartbreak are but illusions that we allow our mind to create out of fear, live in love and from your heart and you'll realize that all is as it should be. The lessons we learn from loss are meant to be taken with wisdom and happiness not sadness and remorse. New strength, new love, new life, new wisdom and lessons that propel us forward on our journey back to unity, universal consciousness and true unconditional love. Wow, what an incredibly joyous ride when we see it for what it truly is!- Sin
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... He said “let me give you a tip, and take this seriously. Do not go anywhere far from home between now and November. You will not be able to get back home if you do.”.
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So that means that whatever is happening or going to happen will be over by November and then it'll be okay to return?? Because if it wasn't going to be okay, wouldn't he have warned you to leave for good?

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