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Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??

 
Kerwin
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Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
Hello all,
frequenting another forum (I know, how could I !!)
I noticed that a lot of folk had been experiencing a lot of strange ailments, buzzing ears, feeling spooked or jittery, twitching legs and arms etc.

There were also a few mentions of animals doing weird things, wanting out all the time or sticking close to their owner. I know that pets can pick up on thoughts and feelings of their owners, so perhaps they are picking up their owners fears.

These have also been the reported cases of the bees going missing and birds dying.

Couple that with the rumours of an approacing energy wave and the strange morgellens disease, what is the world coming to?

Are we dooooomed?

Post your thoughts, fears and symptoms here.

regards,
Kerwin.


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Thanatos

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02/28/2007 09:37 AM
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
Actually, the buzzes, twitches disease and paranoia are pretty normal for GLP. They get less attention, but they're as common
as solar flares or giant asteroids.

We do seem to have had more animal posts than normal, but I don't know what's up with the bees so I'll stay out of it.
Rarrgh!
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
Hello all,
frequenting another forum (I know, how could I !!)
I noticed that a lot of folk had been experiencing a lot of strange ailments, buzzing ears, feeling spooked or jittery, twitching legs and arms etc.

There were also a few mentions of animals doing weird things, wanting out all the time or sticking close to their owner. I know that pets can pick up on thoughts and feelings of their owners, so perhaps they are picking up their owners fears.

These have also been the reported cases of the bees going missing and birds dying.

Couple that with the rumours of an approacing energy wave and the strange morgellens disease, what is the world coming to?

Are we dooooomed?

Post your thoughts, fears and symptoms here.

regards,
 Quoting: Kerwin


I've definitely been experiencing twitches in my legs and arms the past month.
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
One of the main reasons for the decline of the Roman empire was the amount of lead build-up in the bodies of the citizens because of lead lacing their water-pipes and lead added to the wine they drank. They didn't know lead was so dangerous to the body.

I cannot help feeling we are in a similar situation today, only hundreds of times worse. Of course we know that lead is dangerous so we avoid that, but there is an endless array of chemicals we have added to our food, drinks and environment that we know nothing about the long term effects of. Then there is the microwave radiation all around us from cell-towers and microwave ovens in every household, not to mention the radiation we know nothing about but may be emanating from secret towers and other installations.

It's no wonder things are going haywire.
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
My dog has been going nutty for about a week now.....she is just wining and running around like a chicken with her head cut off! She looks so frightened! Her eyes are all bugged out and her tail is put straight up and even curls toward her head it is like a radar post! We have been so annoyed by her behavior that we considered getting her some doggy valium or something. hiding
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
Well, one of my cats, Angel, has had me concerned. He is usually rambuctious and into everything. Well, lately he has been very calm and mellow. I have been worried that something was wrong with him!! Otherwise he seems fine...he grooms himself normally, and will get alert when he sees birds ect. He is on a screened in porch. I worry that he might be depressed about something.
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
My bichon has started biting family when they try to pick him up. He's never done this before. Having to redo behavioral training with him. He's very strange lately. Just had his check up and they didn't find anything physically wrong with him.
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
Hello all,
frequenting another forum (I know, how could I !!)
I noticed that a lot of folk had been experiencing a lot of strange ailments, buzzing ears, feeling spooked or jittery, twitching legs and arms etc.

There were also a few mentions of animals doing weird things, wanting out all the time or sticking close to their owner. I know that pets can pick up on thoughts and feelings of their owners, so perhaps they are picking up their owners fears.

These have also been the reported cases of the bees going missing and birds dying.

Couple that with the rumours of an approacing energy wave and the strange morgellens disease, what is the world coming to?

Are we dooooomed?

Post your thoughts, fears and symptoms here.

regards,
 Quoting: Kerwin

i been getting buzzing ears now for a week and twitching wierd??? wtf
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
"feeling spooked or jittery" , check.
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
My cat and dog, Garfield and Odie, have been huddling together in a corner for over a week. I tried to get Garfield to eat lasgana but he won't eat it and Odie is usually a cheery, happy dog but now he's quivering and whimpering a lot lately.

wtf
Kerwin  (OP)

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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
Good stuff guys and gals,

Keep it coming,

and don't head to the bunkers just yet.........
Kerwin.


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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
I noticed that a lot of folk had been experiencing a lot of strange ailments.......... twitching legs and arms etc.

 Quoting: Kerwin


Yeah, it started right after the pharma companies aired their cure for RESTLESS LEG SYNDROM. wtf
"One can evade reality, but one cannot evade the consequences of evading reality." --- Ayn Rand
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
There were also a few mentions of animals doing weird things, wanting out all the time or sticking close to their owner. I know that pets can pick up on thoughts and feelings of their owners, so perhaps they are picking up their owners fears.
 Quoting: Kerwin


My dog has been walking around in circles.
"One can evade reality, but one cannot evade the consequences of evading reality." --- Ayn Rand
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02/28/2007 10:52 AM
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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
What "other" forum?
MAKA = Make America Kind Again
Kerwin  (OP)

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Re: Strange ailments, bizzare animal behaviour, feelings of impending doom??
What "other" forum?
 Quoting: LS


hope I don't get a ban for this :-)

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