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Let The Reader Understand: The Final Warnings of East Texas and the Dawgs

 
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glenn take the weekend off for the wedding ,,its ok.we stll love u
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I am sorry to say this, but I just have a feeling that the OP is role playing.
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^^^^THIS^^^^
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starting to think that too.
 Quoting: Dangerwalt



It doesn't matter who the OP is or if he/she is role-playing or what.

NM is what it is.

They drilled into a fault line, the repercussions are beginning to play out.

___________________

Jack Reed, a retired Texaco geologist-geophysicist who has been studying the region's geology for over 40 years, says the accepted theory of a quiet geologic evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Basin is fundamentally flawed and needs to be revised.

According to him, the Gulf was and is tectonically active -- and it is the likely origin for not only the New Madrid seismic activity, but also for the Middleton Place-Summerville seismic zone near Charleston, S.C.

"For all the years I have worked the Gulf of Mexico Basin I have been forced to accept the 'passive' Gulf formation theory, which holds that the only movement in the basin is updip sedimentary loading that moved the salt southward," Reed said. "But there is little evidence to support this theory, and it doesn't fit what is observed geologically or geophysically.

"As Hugh Wilson said (1993), 'It would be geologically unusual for such a large basin as the Gulf of Mexico to remain almost tectonically undisturbed for 170 million years while major orogenic disturbances repeatedly struck bordering areas
.'"

Reed, over the years, has gathered evidence that supports plate motion in the Gulf basin. Thick salt and sedimentary sequences in the basin mask this tectonic motion, but there is enough basin and peripheral evidence to show plate readjustment is occurring -- evidence, he says, in the form of volcanics, earthquakes and rift zones that are accompanied by magnetic, refraction, seismic and gravity data.
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i agree,
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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The Sleeping one is now awaken. This is not a drill.

8 27 6 92 23 19 72 4 62 55 34 49 83 11 5

There are three days left. Good luck and may God help us.
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Short version - The shit is about to hit the fan...
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"Going Hot? "
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Omg I live in MS close to tusculoosa. Both the towns u named are in MS on hwy 82 one is only 30 min from me the other I was actually born there and it is 30 to 45 min from the ms river. Indinola is on the west side of the state and eupora is on the east side of the state. They are seperated by hwy 55 it goes from the top of ms to the gom. Hwy 82 goes from ms river to alabama.

Omg that is crazy and both the towns are very small. Eupora is smaller than indianola. they probably have a population of a couple thousand together.

I have just recently found GLP and am still finding my way around.

I remember hearing John Kilpatrick a Pastor speaking of a NM earthquake in a dream he had several years ago. As follows:


Sunday, April 27, 2008 - Vision

As I was approaching the Daphne Civic Center for Sunday morning service at Church of His Presence, I had a vision which lasted for about two or three seconds. In this vision, I saw the ground buckling before me. It was so real that I actually moved aside to avoid what I was seeing. I knew immediately that it was an earthquake, and the thought crossed my mind that the damages of this earthquake could have the potential to exceed those of Hurricane Katrina of 2005. Please understand that I am not saying that the Lord told me this. It merely crossed my mind.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008 - Dream

I awoke trembling and shaking at 5:00 in the morning after having a startling dream. This was one of the three most profound dreams that I have ever had during the ministry the LORD has called me to. I feel that this dream is an addendum to the vision I had on April 27, 2008.

In this dream I saw the words "wind and water." I only saw the words but did not actually see any wind or water damage. I then found myself overlooking a river which instantly became so wide that I could no longer see either of its banks.

The dream then shifted, and I was with one of my parishioners running through what appeared to be an old abandoned school house. This empty building began to shake. The shaking was so violent and severe that it was like the bucking of a wild horse tossing us around. My teeth were clapping so hard from the impact that I tried to clench them to prevent this from happening.

In this dream I knew I was experiencing a massive earthquake. The sounds were so catastrophic that the thought crossed my mind that the devastation could likely exceed Hurricane Katrina of 2005. I did not see the devastation behind me; I only heard it. In all of my life I have never heard such catastrophic sounds. These were the scariest sounds I have ever heard.

The dream then shifted once more and concluded with two names on what appeared to be an old Spanish map. One name read Indianola and the other Europa. When I awoke, I was shaking as if I had chills and a fever. I could not stop trembling. All through the day I felt as if I had just had the dream 10 minutes ago.

This dream so shook me that my wife and I immediately went to the internet to do some research. I also contacted some close friends in the ministry and reliable intercessors concerning this dream. What we found was startling. There are towns called Indianola, IL; Europa, MO; and Indianola, MS. These towns run in a line from North to South with Europa, MO being near the middle of them. The Mississippi River runs between them with Europa, MO being by the epicenter of the New Madrid fault.

After seeing this, I believe the dream could be concerning a devastating earthquake on the New Madrid fault. Many reputable friends in ministry have felt that this dream was not to be interpreted as a spiritual dream because they felt that it has literal implications. Even now the intensity of this dream is the same.

I do not want to come across as an alarmist concerning what I saw. I also don't want to put fear in the public or the Body of Christ. However, I cannot help but feel that God gave me this as warning to prepare us for the days ahead and to pray concerning this matter.

Please know that I did not see any timeframe as to when this may happen. Please pray with me concerning this vision and dream.
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The Sleeping one is now awaken. This is not a drill.

8 27 6 92 23 19 72 4 62 55 34 49 83 11 5

There are three days left. Good luck and may God help us.
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What?

Some meaning in these numbers?
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The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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^^^^THIS^^^^
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starting to think that too.
 Quoting: Dangerwalt



It doesn't matter who the OP is or if he/she is role-playing or what.

NM is what it is.

They drilled into a fault line, the repercussions are beginning to play out.

___________________

Jack Reed, a retired Texaco geologist-geophysicist who has been studying the region's geology for over 40 years, says the accepted theory of a quiet geologic evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Basin is fundamentally flawed and needs to be revised.

According to him, the Gulf was and is tectonically active -- and it is the likely origin for not only the New Madrid seismic activity, but also for the Middleton Place-Summerville seismic zone near Charleston, S.C.

"For all the years I have worked the Gulf of Mexico Basin I have been forced to accept the 'passive' Gulf formation theory, which holds that the only movement in the basin is updip sedimentary loading that moved the salt southward," Reed said. "But there is little evidence to support this theory, and it doesn't fit what is observed geologically or geophysically.

"As Hugh Wilson said (1993), 'It would be geologically unusual for such a large basin as the Gulf of Mexico to remain almost tectonically undisturbed for 170 million years while major orogenic disturbances repeatedly struck bordering areas
.'"

Reed, over the years, has gathered evidence that supports plate motion in the Gulf basin. Thick salt and sedimentary sequences in the basin mask this tectonic motion, but there is enough basin and peripheral evidence to show plate readjustment is occurring -- evidence, he says, in the form of volcanics, earthquakes and rift zones that are accompanied by magnetic, refraction, seismic and gravity data.
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i agree,
 Quoting: Dangerwalt


If you go over to the Assumption thread, there's some weird junk going on between posters claiming to be one or the other.

Posters: Do not pay attention to the OP as much as the context of the subject itself. The sinkhole, fault line breach by BP, and NM are what you should focus on.
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There are 15 nuclear power plants in the New Madrid fault zone -- three reactors in Alabama -- that are of the same or similar design as Japan.

The USGS report predicts that a major quake would create horrific scenes like something out of a science fiction movie, potentially cutting the Eastern part of the country off from the West in terms of vehicular traffic and road commerce.

"The older highways and railroad bridges that cross the Mississippi River, as well as older overpasses, would likely be damaged or collapse in the event of a major New Madrid earthquake," according to USGS.
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starting to think that too.
 Quoting: Dangerwalt



It doesn't matter who the OP is or if he/she is role-playing or what.

NM is what it is.

They drilled into a fault line, the repercussions are beginning to play out.

___________________

Jack Reed, a retired Texaco geologist-geophysicist who has been studying the region's geology for over 40 years, says the accepted theory of a quiet geologic evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Basin is fundamentally flawed and needs to be revised.

According to him, the Gulf was and is tectonically active -- and it is the likely origin for not only the New Madrid seismic activity, but also for the Middleton Place-Summerville seismic zone near Charleston, S.C.

"For all the years I have worked the Gulf of Mexico Basin I have been forced to accept the 'passive' Gulf formation theory, which holds that the only movement in the basin is updip sedimentary loading that moved the salt southward," Reed said. "But there is little evidence to support this theory, and it doesn't fit what is observed geologically or geophysically.

"As Hugh Wilson said (1993), 'It would be geologically unusual for such a large basin as the Gulf of Mexico to remain almost tectonically undisturbed for 170 million years while major orogenic disturbances repeatedly struck bordering areas
.'"

Reed, over the years, has gathered evidence that supports plate motion in the Gulf basin. Thick salt and sedimentary sequences in the basin mask this tectonic motion, but there is enough basin and peripheral evidence to show plate readjustment is occurring -- evidence, he says, in the form of volcanics, earthquakes and rift zones that are accompanied by magnetic, refraction, seismic and gravity data.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25033928



i agree,
 Quoting: Dangerwalt


If you go over to the Assumption thread, there's some weird junk going on between posters claiming to be one or the other.

Posters: Do not pay attention to the OP as much as the context of the subject itself. The sinkhole, fault line breach by BP, and NM are what you should focus on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25033928


I see,strange and crazy.
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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Im not really happy bout where i live,few years ago a pipeline blew 2 blocks from my property and killed 4 teens that were in the truck that drove over a gas/PL that was leaking out in a feild.


I mapped my area of all lines around me(not good)if lines start going i have no chance of getting out alive.
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This is STUPID! Just speak straight forward, not in riddles! Makes it all the more difficult to believe. "East Texas and the Dawgs." Citing all the prior GLP posts in the world won't give you credibility! Ridiculous! I hate being jerked around.

bsflag
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It's called connect the dots. The previous posts are important in their content. Read all you can and then you'll understand.

Whether or not the OP is role-playing or dealing in "riddles" is irrelevant . . . the info about NM is what it is and should be given the highest consideration.
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I am already aware of the New Madrid situation. I live in SW Missouri. I have been following the news concerning the fault-lines, sinkhole and FEMA. Even the troop movements and notifications. I just don't see what the OP is trying to communicate is in this post. What is supposed to be the latest warning? Why is it necessary to play connect the dots? If it is fear of being tracked, that is being defeated by posting online whether you use your name and make accurate statements or not. You will be found.
Perpetually dumbfounded.

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Could it be exploding the pipelines in easterm Texas have any impact on a possible super quake. Or some type of disaster to trigger the sinkhole explosion??
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That's exactly right. East Texas was found.
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This is STUPID! Just speak straight forward, not in riddles! Makes it all the more difficult to believe. "East Texas and the Dawgs." Citing all the prior GLP posts in the world won't give you credibility! Ridiculous! I hate being jerked around.

bsflag
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It's called connect the dots. The previous posts are important in their content. Read all you can and then you'll understand.

Whether or not the OP is role-playing or dealing in "riddles" is irrelevant . . . the info about NM is what it is and should be given the highest consideration.
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I am already aware of the New Madrid situation. I live in SW Missouri. I have been following the news concerning the fault-lines, sinkhole and FEMA. Even the troop movements and notifications. I just don't see what the OP is trying to communicate is in this post. What is supposed to be the latest warning? Why is it necessary to play connect the dots? If it is fear of being tracked, that is being defeated by posting online whether you use your name and make accurate statements or not. You will be found.
 Quoting: Requiemdream


^^ This^^.
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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Posting again for all the people who keep asking about pipelines and earthquake possibilities.

I'd serious as a heart attack with this post. I wouldn't be making such a big deal out of it if I didn't think it was über important.

I've been telling my mom about the "Don't Make Assumptions" post and the whole LA sinkhole bit. My parents were team drivers since I was 14 years old for a company up in MA that hauls materials for the Government. Mostly munitions, equipment, space shuttle parts, nuclear waste, etc. I can't tell you the number of times I called up there to get a message to my folks only to be told they were "off the grid" and they would let them know I called once they landed. Basically, "off the grid" means the load they are carrying is classified and their route is only trackable via a government sat/nav. Really annoying when there is a family emergency. There were NO exceptions when they were off the grid which could be up to 5 days or more at times.

She plays solitaire on her iphone and while I'm talking to her about this, she is just casually playing and I feel like I'm being ignored so I toss a fuss and she says,

"Have you looked at the map of all of the NG pipelines both Intra and Interstate across the US?" Yes...I've done that.

"And did you notice a particular pattern while looking at these maps?" and I'm like a pattern? WTF? So I asked her a pattern in relation to what??

"The location of the pipelines. Did you notice where the heaviest concentration of pipelines are?" DING! Navy map I shout out!

"Yeeess.", she says without looking up from the god damned iPhone. Then it dawns on me. When the fuck did my Mom ever see that Navy map of the entire central US underwater???

blink

What the hell do I do with that information???
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There are 15 nuclear power plants in the New Madrid fault zone -- three reactors in Alabama -- that are of the same or similar design as Japan.

The USGS report predicts that a major quake would create horrific scenes like something out of a science fiction movie, potentially cutting the Eastern part of the country off from the West in terms of vehicular traffic and road commerce.

"The older highways and railroad bridges that cross the Mississippi River, as well as older overpasses, would likely be damaged or collapse in the event of a major New Madrid earthquake," according to USGS.

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The domino effect will not be pretty
:nuke reactors u.:
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WHEN?
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I'll just say this, I'm very tied in with the oil industry here in Texas, and this is what I know...

BP's Macondo well was not one well, it was two wells, Well A and Well B (this was on their drilling permit and the info on this is still available on youtube). The blowout was in Well B whose coordinates were not quite a mile from Well A.

After realizing that the structural integrity of the well was hoplessly comprimised and that, because of the depth of the well and the wells depth under water, traditional capping would never work, BP made the decission, along with the U.S. government, to nuke the hole.

They used the Tropical Storm that came through the gulf as cover, moved everyone out of the way, and nuked the hole. They had already knocked the cap off of Well A to release pressure from the formation, and they had already placed a valve on the casing, but once Well B was nuked, they proceeded to re-cap the well permenantly (Anyone ever notice that the well suddenly re-gained structural intergrity, and suddenly after months of being unable to even staunch the flow, they were suddenly able to just put a valve on the casing (that shouldn't have even been there since the Deepwater Horizon crew had reported a full blowout), and they were suddenly able to make it work easily, before injecting cement and permenantly plugging the hole. But it wasn't the same hole that blew out, it was Well A...

So where does that leave us?!?!? Well, let's see, our own government nuked a blown out oil well at the end of a fault line, without any clear idea of what it would do to that fault line...

Well we're sure finding out now, aren't we...

Here are the video's proving BP Drilled 2 Wells, and that what we were viewing moved from Well B to Well A...









Here's video of the area when they nuked Well B...



Ladies and gentlemen, British Petroleum and our own government have set off a chain reaction that they cannot stop, how bad it will get is anyone's guess, but I would agree with Dawg and East Texas, if you haven't gotten out of South Eastern Louisianna by now, it may be too late...

abombabombabombabombabomb

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Didn't feel I completely understand what you're asking. BUT: if you have a life-insurance policy on you or someone close to you who was born in 1933 and it has substantial cash value - I would seriously consider cashing it in if you can!

When a devastating quake hits in the New Madrid zone it's going to do so much damage that most insurance companies will be bankrupted within days from claims on life, property, etc. While they all have reserves, no insurance carrier can take the kind of hits they're going to see in that area. It may be that they've "segregated" their life polices from property coverages - but there are still going to be hundreds of thousands of claims of death taping out the funds available to pay claims even if the funds for life insurance are separated from the property/casualty claims pool.

The government was able to step in and pay off claims from the 9/11 attack. But they were only dealing with 3000 families who lost loved ones in that attack. This could be 300,000 families or more, depending on the severity and where it does the most damage. The US Government won't be able to bail out the insurance companies and they don't have enough reserve money to pay the claims themselves. There will be tens of thousands of homes, lives, etc., lost. And if it goes "worst case" and the Mississippi unzips all the way up to the Great Lakes and we create a huge inland sea, look out. The area lost to flooding will be thousands of square miles with every house, building, store, church, farm, etc., on that land under many feet of water, never to be seen or used again. Needless to say anyone near the area when the flooding starts will be lost as well. The death tolls could be well into the millions should that scenario happen.

If you have life insurance you can cash in now, and it has substantial value, then take the money and run if you can get it. Most policies will pay near their face value after they've been "paid up" thru 20 years of making payments on them. You may not loose much. BTW: the companies will offer you a checkbook with the money invested by them until you write a check against it and draw it down. Don't go for that one. Get a check or wire transfer into your bank account and then move the cash into metals or food or a house out of the area. No matter how much money you have, no one has ever come back from the grave to use that Black Amex Card one more time! Your money won't do you any good if you're dead (although your heirs may thank you for a few minutes as they plan how to spend your life savings!) <grin>




Hey,just a thought...

What if we all have an insurance policy on us and have had no idea(birth certificate).

1933...

Good faith and labor etc...

And the ptb are going broke(gotta cash in)

Who holds them and who has insured them?

Is it time?

Just thinking out-loud
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This is STUPID! Just speak straight forward, not in riddles! Makes it all the more difficult to believe. "East Texas and the Dawgs." Citing all the prior GLP posts in the world won't give you credibility! Ridiculous! I hate being jerked around.

bsflag
 Quoting: Requiemdream



It's called connect the dots. The previous posts are important in their content. Read all you can and then you'll understand.

Whether or not the OP is role-playing or dealing in "riddles" is irrelevant . . . the info about NM is what it is and should be given the highest consideration.
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I am already aware of the New Madrid situation. I live in SW Missouri. I have been following the news concerning the fault-lines, sinkhole and FEMA. Even the troop movements and notifications. I just don't see what the OP is trying to communicate is in this post. What is supposed to be the latest warning? Why is it necessary to play connect the dots? If it is fear of being tracked, that is being defeated by posting online whether you use your name and make accurate statements or not. You will be found.
 Quoting: Requiemdream



I cannot state anything for or about the OP because I have no idea who he/she is . . . the posts are convoluted. The only thing is that IF someone "on the inside" does have valuable information, they certainly may have fears. It's just that there are so many shills and silly game-players, the issues get muddied.

That's good that you're informed about NM - too many people are not.

What I meant about connect the dots is the collective research and reading, which some aren't willing to do, but it's necessary to learn the overall picture. It's not a tidy package, but it all boils down to NM.
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I'm outside Austin. never felt a thing and I am very energy field conscious.
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There are 15 nuclear power plants in the New Madrid fault zone -- three reactors in Alabama -- that are of the same or similar design as Japan.

The USGS report predicts that a major quake would create horrific scenes like something out of a science fiction movie, potentially cutting the Eastern part of the country off from the West in terms of vehicular traffic and road commerce.

"The older highways and railroad bridges that cross the Mississippi River, as well as older overpasses, would likely be damaged or collapse in the event of a major New Madrid earthquake," according to USGS.

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The domino effect will not be pretty
:nuke reactors u.:
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Incredibly frightening scenario.
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Here's video of the area when they nuked Well B...



Ladies and gentlemen, our government has set off a chain reaction that they cannot stop, how bad it will get is anyone's guess, but I would agree with Dawg and East Texas, if you haven't gotten out by now, it may be too late...

abombabombabombabombabomb
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Amazing video,thanks.
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

hollowichigo
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This is STUPID! Just speak straight forward, not in riddles! Makes it all the more difficult to believe. "East Texas and the Dawgs." Citing all the prior GLP posts in the world won't give you credibility! Ridiculous! I hate being jerked around.

bsflag
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It's called connect the dots. The previous posts are important in their content. Read all you can and then you'll understand.

Whether or not the OP is role-playing or dealing in "riddles" is irrelevant . . . the info about NM is what it is and should be given the highest consideration.
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I am already aware of the New Madrid situation. I live in SW Missouri. I have been following the news concerning the fault-lines, sinkhole and FEMA. Even the troop movements and notifications. I just don't see what the OP is trying to communicate is in this post. What is supposed to be the latest warning? Why is it necessary to play connect the dots? If it is fear of being tracked, that is being defeated by posting online whether you use your name and make accurate statements or not. You will be found.
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I cannot state anything for or about the OP because I have no idea who he/she is . . . the posts are convoluted. The only thing is that IF someone "on the inside" does have valuable information, they certainly may have fears. It's just that there are so many shills and silly game-players, the issues get muddied.

That's good that you're informed about NM - too many people are not.

What I meant about connect the dots is the collective research and reading, which some aren't willing to do, but it's necessary to learn the overall picture. It's not a tidy package, but it all boils down to NM.
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Thank you so much for trying to explain it. I appreciate your candor. One point that I remain hazy on is the pipeline situation. Do you have a good link for this?
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Sorry but I forgot to include this at the beginning of the very long post.

John Kilpatrick was the pastor of the Brownsville revival in Pensacola. He has actually had two experiences that pointed to the possibility of something significant happening in the region related to the New Madrid fault. Naturally, it is not written from a fear-based perspective but from one of exercising wisdom and intercession in the event something is brewing in that region. I know Bob Jones saw something occurring along the same lines but had no perspective of the timing of it.

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John Kilpatrick is a personal friend of mine for years, He's been if revival at Mobile Al for the last year and a half

His last revival ran for 5 years straight in Pensacola Fl.,

When I'm not working aviation contract I do his landscape and gardening, He has a gift and very close to our Messiah. I don't normally discuss these subject matters with him,
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I just re-read the first post in this thread again.
I read it differently this time. Consider this...

When we read it, we assume the OP is talking to US. But what if he is talking to the 'other team, the other side'?

You were warned....three times, the OP makes that statement.

Sounds like a warning that something COULD be done or WOULD be done...if.... almost like a threat.

Now consider this...I looked up CUZZ in the urban dictionary and it showed that CUZZ is a term used by the crips gang members to address one another. I am not saying I think the OP is a gang member or a bad guy, just saying there may be two teams here with cross purposes..like the crips and the bloods..and maybe NO is the territory.

Reread the op again with those thoughts in mind and see if it looks different to you too.

I am also going to copy this to the assumption thread for consideraton.
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Hi Anon, Haven't talked to you in awhile!

Cuzz is just black folks slang, Yo mommas caring alot of junk in her trunk...What would you get from that, or my baby got back...lol

edit for spelling

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Meningitis seems an odd thing to break out and strangely parallel with drilling into a fault line, spinal tap anyone? But then I'm just speculating... seeing connections where there is mostly likely no connection to be made.
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It's called connect the dots. The previous posts are important in their content. Read all you can and then you'll understand.

Whether or not the OP is role-playing or dealing in "riddles" is irrelevant . . . the info about NM is what it is and should be given the highest consideration.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25033928


I am already aware of the New Madrid situation. I live in SW Missouri. I have been following the news concerning the fault-lines, sinkhole and FEMA. Even the troop movements and notifications. I just don't see what the OP is trying to communicate is in this post. What is supposed to be the latest warning? Why is it necessary to play connect the dots? If it is fear of being tracked, that is being defeated by posting online whether you use your name and make accurate statements or not. You will be found.
 Quoting: Requiemdream



I cannot state anything for or about the OP because I have no idea who he/she is . . . the posts are convoluted. The only thing is that IF someone "on the inside" does have valuable information, they certainly may have fears. It's just that there are so many shills and silly game-players, the issues get muddied.

That's good that you're informed about NM - too many people are not.

What I meant about connect the dots is the collective research and reading, which some aren't willing to do, but it's necessary to learn the overall picture. It's not a tidy package, but it all boils down to NM.
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Thank you so much for trying to explain it. I appreciate your candor. One point that I remain hazy on is the pipeline situation. Do you have a good link for this?
 Quoting: Requiemdream



Thank you, too. No problem, I'm no expert, just going by what I've researched and applying logic as thoroughly as possible.

Could you be more specific about what you mean about pipeline? Are you referring to BP and what happened then?
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I am already aware of the New Madrid situation. I live in SW Missouri. I have been following the news concerning the fault-lines, sinkhole and FEMA. Even the troop movements and notifications. I just don't see what the OP is trying to communicate is in this post. What is supposed to be the latest warning? Why is it necessary to play connect the dots? If it is fear of being tracked, that is being defeated by posting online whether you use your name and make accurate statements or not. You will be found.
 Quoting: Requiemdream



I cannot state anything for or about the OP because I have no idea who he/she is . . . the posts are convoluted. The only thing is that IF someone "on the inside" does have valuable information, they certainly may have fears. It's just that there are so many shills and silly game-players, the issues get muddied.

That's good that you're informed about NM - too many people are not.

What I meant about connect the dots is the collective research and reading, which some aren't willing to do, but it's necessary to learn the overall picture. It's not a tidy package, but it all boils down to NM.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25033928


Thank you so much for trying to explain it. I appreciate your candor. One point that I remain hazy on is the pipeline situation. Do you have a good link for this?
 Quoting: Requiemdream



Thank you, too. No problem, I'm no expert, just going by what I've researched and applying logic as thoroughly as possible.

Could you be more specific about what you mean about pipeline? Are you referring to BP and what happened then?
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No, they keep referencing pipelines crisscrossing around the NM fault. I think natural gas lines. I haven't researched that end of the story. If not, no worries. I can find it out.
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