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Don't you love it when you

Don't you love it when you post a 7 year transit in the morning and the shit hits the fan that AFTERNOON.   Don't you love when that happens?  

So I go in Costco for a few minutes.  It was 89 degrees and beautiful.  shit i wish it was warmer.   

I come out and the sky is black.  I didn't read the weather today.   I start walking home....and the sky gets darker and darker, and the wind is blowing people over.  My brother texts me, bad storms coming.   

The Northeast through New England was hit with hail, tornado's and all sorts of FUN!!

HOT SHIT!!  Any other weather shamans out there?  

Now I don't live in Kansas but I know what a sky looks like when a tornado is coming.  A few years back a tornado went right through Flushing, near Citifield, and took the steeple off the old church.  

A little footage on my cell phone.   I all this The Gods Visit NYC.   Either a tornado or the mothership was approaching.  50/50 chance.  I was hoping for the mothership quite honestly. 

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argentus maximus wrote: If we

argentus maximus wrote:

If we are in a periodic solar minimum, those who retreated to the high altitude bug out location are going to have to shovel their driveway a lot during coming winters.

I mentioned CO2 in a recent post. You noted that and queried it sort of. The next two or more summers might be less cold due to elevated CO2. (More CO2 than in the Middle Ages) It's a possibility not a conclusion.

I hope you're right about the CO2 thing.  

I think we're gonna have to revisit the perfect bugout location thread.  

Maybe a future project where we can come up with a neutral model that looks at various geologic and social threats.   

Something tells me a few people are going to change their minds.   I lived through 9011 chaos, multiple blackouts, psychpaths blowing themselves up, even the threat of financial chaos doesn't instill fear.  Both sub ZERO temperatures.  HELL NO.  I can learn how to talk southerner real quick and never mention Abraham Lincoln in a sentence. 

I was thinking of posting the planetary lines on progressions over certain favorite locations but I don't think that would have gone over very well, and don't even know if I can make a pdf. 

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GL thanks for your post on

GL thanks for your post on how forums come and go.  I think you are right about the circumstances that were the genesis, and how unlikely it would be to happen again, here.

Too bad, or maybe not so bad if that is how it must go.....

I have my own access to different kinds of thinking and ways of living that are in practice, and have also found my own personal combo which I really enjoy. Oh, plus my own experiences, which for the most part just can’t appear on the internet, ever.  So I don’t engage much if it comes to an argument, make your choices and live with it. I’ve been influential and have purposely stopped.

Yes I’ve noticed Scott Adams’ branding and it is tiring because it needs filtering out.  I used to read him all the time, not a fan of periscopes, will read again intermittently I suspect.

I’m Christian, pray at meals, openly if there’s others to share in the prayer (yes, even in restaurants )  don’t go to church regularly and riffle through mostly the New Testament of the Bible.   Will discuss with people I know and trust, but if I haven’t met in real life, then not likely.

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Here’s something that I will

Here’s something that I will steal from Scott Adams and put out here as interfering with the life of the thread.  Or maybe forum.

some things are messy and have downside no matter what.   For instance the gun debate.  Accepting guns means accepting a certain amount of accidental death.   And the gun lobby ought to have the guts to say so. Not accepting guns means accepting some death because bad guys need stopping and without guns they are harder to stop.  The anti gun lobby should have the guts to admit that.  Scott said it better but I’m too tired and lazy to loo it up right now.

I don’t think DOTS can manage that kind of thinking very well any more, if it ever could.    The zeal for the ideal gets in the way.

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Green Lantern's First Lesson in Southerner, Real Quick

"Something tells me a few people are going to change their minds.   I lived through 9011 chaos, multiple blackouts, psychpaths blowing themselves up, even the threat of financial chaos doesn't instill fear.  Both sub ZERO temperatures.  HELL NO.  I can learn how to talk southerner real quick and never mention Abraham Lincoln in a sentence." Green Lantern

Green Lantern:

Once you've mastered this lesson, we'll talk again about your assimilation into southern culture. This is the Appalachian dialect of my childhood and many of my neighbors and relatives sound just like these wonderful folks. With enough bourbon and immersion with the old timers, I slip right back into this manner of speech. It helps that my bloodline is one of the oldest in the region.

I must warn you though, you'll probably not be called a Jasper at first, since your New Yorkness will be sniffed out and cataloged. However, southern manners will prevail until provoked.

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No Shit, Happy Now

Happy Now:

"Accepting guns means accepting a certain amount of accidental death." Happy Now

I'm not part of the gun lobby, simply an American raised with fire sticks with post graduate training with my incestuous Uncle Sam in strange lands.

I've seen some accidental discharges, some resulting in grievous bodily injury. One that comes to mind happened on the firing range of basic training. A hundred pound trainee fired a 45 caliber pistol, lost control of the recoil and fired again sending a round through the safety warning sign behind him as he fell backward, scaring the shit out of the range officer and assembled drill instructors.

I've seen more mayhem caused by automobiles and tractors. Goodness knows, I've come closer to death with those two tools than firearms and I've been shot by someone trying to kill me and have engaged with hostile forces on several fronts over a long career.

I'm not sure I actually addressed your points, but you triggered a rant.

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Too bad, or maybe not so bad

Too bad, or maybe not so bad if that is how it must go.....

You're a smart guy.  You'll figure out what you figure out.  Go to where the smart people are and get the information you need.  Me too.  We do it already. We post what we feel like, not necessarily all that we are processing.  We have no $ investment or return.

So I don’t engage much if it comes to an argument, make your choices and live with it.

I enjoy lively debate, conversation as long as it adhere's to some form of logic.   I don't mind having my idea's challenged and hopefully leads to a better understanding.   This is a forum.  That's what you do in forums.  Like our New York City President, when they attack and insult him, he's willing to insult back.  But I'm thinking that for many people here, they have never had an opportunity to have to defend their idea's.  It's foreign and weird to them and they feel it's an attack on them as a person, so they respond in that manner. 

Yes I’ve noticed Scott Adams’ branding and it is tiring because it needs filtering out.  I used to read him all the time, not a fan of periscopes, will read again intermittently I suspect.

yes, it is tiring.  It's too much.   I on occaision watch a periscope, but I'm not going to watch constant video's everyday only if a topic strikes me interesting and I think he might have a unique point of view to answer it.  Recently, he was being labelled by the left as alt right.  he never gave his political views.  So he did this one time to show that his political views don't match people's perceptions.  Some pretty weird political views IMO.  But he has mastered one skill that I think is important in real life.  I read it to gain the skill, even if the topic is of no interest to me.   It's the skill.    Some of his offerings aren't my cup of tea.  But that's no concern to him.  He's going to maximize his ROI and find the people that want to listen to it.  

He scored a bingo with the Donald Trump thing.  He'll have to recalibrate when Donald Trump disappears. 

I'm Christian, pray at meals, openly if there’s others to share in the prayer (yes, even in restaurants )  don’t go to church regularly and riffle through mostly the New Testament of the Bible.

Saying thank you is universal.  Nothing wrong with that.  I don't feel a need to put my hands together and bow and draw attention to myself and I wrote a post on how that came about and from where the prayer position in Christianity comes from.  The difference is something can become dogma if you do it without question.   

Re: Christianity as a general topic.  Speaking for myself.   It is unfair, as has been done, to label me anti-Christian.   The focus for our purposes here has been on how dogmatic and control structures control religions.  And alot of the information that has been brought out here, especially AM, shows a different viewpoint on the bibles, and how we can apply it real life. Also his posting of that video Beckett was a powerful testimony.   That's important. It's relevant.    I imagine a real serious investor might want to know these things.  

It's true AM is much  more subtle and less offensive.  I am here telling people Uranus, and Mars and I realize only a few people get it.  some ignore it.   That's not due to Christianity.  It's due to individuals interpretations of Christianity.  It's a science.  Some are artful at it, some are not.  But in some cases, an exact hard science.  It meets all the criteria of science.  I probably have less patience than AM.  If you tell me it is a 7 year cycle but what you really mean it's one full cycle rotation of a planet.  I want to know that.  That's why I spend my own time and money finding it out.  I do appreciate all his leads and hints to go chasing after the information.  

martin Armstrong does EVERYTHING he can to hide the esoteric information he uses to avoid offending people.   I'd rather listen to somebody like Olga Morales.  She just puts out it there.  I suspect that only people that have some inkling of what a planet means would watch her.   The way she does it doesn't come off as super esoteric to me, but it might sound like latin to other people.  I can't know how things register in people's brains if they don't say.  I interpret silence and lack of responses as lack of understanding or lack of interest.   It's true posting in a public forum means you try to read the forum and the people to find topics that stimulate people.   Like my post this morning.  

RE: GUN ISSUE:  You bring up good points.  There is a middle ground that is uncomfortable to discuss here.  Not that I am uncomfortable but I could see how going up against it would be uncomfortable. Adams makes a good arguement.   This gets back to the conversation of idealism vs reality, and becareful of embracing absolute ideas.  You are always going to be dissapointed. 

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GuerrillaCapitalist wrote:

"Something tells me a few people are going to change their minds.   I lived through 9011 chaos, multiple blackouts, psychpaths blowing themselves up, even the threat of financial chaos doesn't instill fear.  Both sub ZERO temperatures.  HELL NO.  I can learn how to talk southerner real quick and never mention Abraham Lincoln in a sentence." Green Lantern

Green Lantern:

Once you've mastered this lesson, we'll talk again about your assimilation into southern culture. This is the Appalachian dialect of my childhood and many of my neighbors and relatives sound just like these wonderful folks. With enough bourbon and immersion with the old timers, I slip right back into this manner of speech. It helps that my bloodline is one of the oldest in the region.

I must warn you though, you'll probably not be called a Jasper at first, since your New Yorkness will be sniffed out and cataloged. However, southern manners will prevail until provoked.

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Ohh GC, Now that's a BIG STEP you're asking of me.   Those are the original Scotish-Irish immigrants I suppose? 

They gave the birth of American folk music too???

Me going to Appalachia I'd stick out like a sore thumb.  Kind of like asking one of those folks to get along with one of these folks in New York.  

A few REal New Yorkers.  I'm thinking not many of them would be able to pass the test. 

Anyway, Appalachia might be too far north.   Like I said, extreme cold is not for me.  It was 89 degrees today, and I think I could have taken another 10 degrees and drank my iced tea under a tree or go to the beach and be fine.  

I think that this exercise in finding the perfect escape from both social chaos and geologic chaos is bigger than I think most people consider.  One also has to consider if their vibration matches with an area and group consciousness of people.  I'd also stick out in any small community in the bible belt.  Couldn't do it.  I am a chameleon and can fit in but having to hide your views to make the peace is something I want to avoid. 

If the lord told me to move to the upper midwest, I'd have to disobey his voicedevil Weather effects my physical and psychological well being.  The question is how far south is this mini ice age going to effect.  And how far away from coastal area's is prudent with our new super storms. 

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Happy Now:

"Accepting guns means accepting a certain amount of accidental death." Happy Now

I'm not part of the gun lobby, simply an American raised with fire sticks with post graduate training with my incestuous Uncle Sam in strange lands.

I've seen some accidental discharges, some resulting in grievous bodily injury. One that comes to mind happened on the firing range of basic training. A hundred pound trainee fired a 45 caliber pistol, lost control of the recoil and fired again sending a round through the safety warning sign behind him as he fell backward, scaring the shit out of the range officer and assembled drill instructors.

I've seen more mayhem caused by automobiles and tractors. Goodness knows, I've come closer to death with those two tools than firearms and I've been shot by someone trying to kill me and have engaged with hostile forces on several fronts over a long career.

I'm not sure I actually addressed your points, but you triggered a rant.

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You know me. I'm pretty much a purist when it comes to the constitution.   Unless we can move it forward and improve it.   

I think Happy Now might have been referring to the discussion Adams had sometime back on Bump Stocks which Trump eventually approved.  Adams was strong.  Do it NOW! And Trump did it only days after.   

People here read it as an erosion of their constitutional rights.   Trump and Adams saw it as a negotiation against other forces that want to take away your gun.   So in essence, by banning the bump stocks, he gained ground for gun owners.   

How many gun owners here were significantly effected by the ban?  Yes, I know as an anarchist, any weapon you can buy should be off limits to government.   But by being too ardent and polarized in all or nothing at all, you can loose more. 

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no problem really

the fact is that a collective entity convinced itself that it had found the truth. (ouch)

The honeymoon is over and punters are going through an adjustment phase.

Life is totally like that.

It's time to pick up the remote and switch channels.

Life is the gift.

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atarangi wrote:the fact is

atarangi wrote:

the fact is that a collective entity convinced itself that it had found the truth. (ouch)

The honeymoon is over and punters are going through an adjustment phase.

Life is totally like that.

It's time to pick up the remote and switch channels.

Life is the gift.


 

CLICK

Amazing, you ALL were thinking what I had to say.  What lies under will always come to the surface.   

It's a New York Thing. 

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Green Lantern wrote: atarangi

Green Lantern wrote:

atarangi wrote:

the fact is that a collective entity convinced itself that it had found the truth. (ouch)

The honeymoon is over and punters are going through an adjustment phase.

Life is totally like that.

It's time to pick up the remote and switch channels.

Life is the gift.


 

CLICK

Amazing, you ALL were thinking what I had to say.  What lies under will always come to the surface.   

It's a New York Thing. 

I might click the remote but no idea what channel is next and I’m not ready to start surfing...no compelling reason.

GC it’s ok to get triggered to rant.  That’s a complicated subject and you see there are two sides.  Cool that your family has been here so long.  Mine too but primarily in Mass,  (or New Brunswick, Canada for the Loyalist branch)

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I hope you all are well.  TH

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was outta range for a few days reconnected for 15 minutes and I don't give a Fuck about Harry and whatever her name is. In fact it pisses me off when uk has problems galore. Like traffic being blocked by prayer rugs.... 

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I don't either, but you know

I don't either, but you know those Brits are completely hung up on their royalty and celebrities. They are far worse than the US. As far as traffic being blocked because of prayer rugs,,,,,, speed bumps.

Have you been feeling any of the earthquakes down there? You probably don't get to many back home.

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I don't either, but you know

OOPS.

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Green Lantern:

Yes, most Appalachian folks trace their line back to the original Scot Irish settlers, with a smattering of English, as is my paternal line.  You're also correct that the region has a rich musical history. In fact music still plays a vital role in the region's social life. Most of my long time friends and relatives are accomplished musicians and house concerts are a weekly occasion somewhere in the county. One of my favorite activities is sitting around the fire listening to a broad range of music, sipping adult beverages.

Most of our neighbors don't pay much attention to politics and consider religion to be a very personal topic and not a subject of conversation. I think you'd be welcomed warmly. Of course outsiders are initially treated with a wary reticence, but we're not the raving hill billies of popular culture, simply an isolated community making a life in a strange land.

Thanks for clarifying the subject of bump stocks. Frankly I'd never heard of them until the Las Vegas false flag operation. I don't see a need for them or think they'd be very useful in most situations. With that said, I'm not in favor of banning them, or most anything else for that matter. As an anarchist I firmly believe most adults are quite capable of making their own decisions about tools.

Happy Now:

Thanks for your kind words. It's nice to know of another Turdite with a long family history on this continent. There's value in knowing we walk the same paths as our distant ancestors.

It's a beautiful day in the valley and I'm aching to get back outside. I hope all are well and finding value in simple pleasures. I certainly am.

GC

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Trump is the swamp...

"Throughout the 2016 election cycle, SOTN worked as hard as any other Alt Media platform to ensure that Hillary R. Clinton was not elected POTUS.

Everyone in our news network knew in their bones that Candidate Clinton was every bit as dangerous to the nation as she appeared to be…if not much worse.  The SOTN editors were grimly aware that she was fastidiously groomed to be the communist face of a stone-cold Bolshevik movement formed to destroy the American Republic, with finality, after 8 years of irreparable devastation inflicted by the Manchurian Candidate Barack Obama.

This was the prevailing political context and sentiment during the 2016 campaign season—one of utter desperation.  Which is why this alternative news platform supported Donald Trump for president."

"The United States of America was in desperate need of a wrecking ball after the  Obamanation was established.  There was only one wrecking ball that could sufficiently do the job, and much more—The Donald.

However, as with any demolition project of this size and scope, there would be an inescapable and extremely serious downside risk.  That risk is now manifesting in real-time.

First, it’s of paramount importance to understand that Trump could NEVER have been elected were it not for the full support of the Israeli government.  Likewise, the HUGE campaign contributions that he received from numerous wealthy Jewish and Christian Zionists (e.g. casino magnate Sheldon Adelson) provided the necessary war chest to ensure his otherwise improbable victory.  Without these two massive pillars of support, Trump simply would not have won.

There’s an old political adage that’s paraphrased as follows:

Israel will promote anyone or any cause or any enterprise —
no matter 
what the purpose or principles — on the condition
that Zionism is 
zealously supported.

Herein lies the root of the problem that the American people are now facing.  This extremely dire problem is making itself known more and more by the day via President Trump’s catastrophic foreign policy."

"Not only does “Every nation gets the government it deserves”, people everywhere always get the leaders who will deliver the fruits of their karma, both good and bad.

Some of those leaders will attempt to act on the strongly desired wishes of the electorate.  The Patriot Movement, for example, clearly wanted Trump to take back the country from the globalists.  Terminating the covert implementation of the New World Order agenda in the USA and stopping globalization worldwide became their rallying cry.  In the American firmament of potential leaders, Trump was their only hope.  In point of fact, he was the only change agent in sight willing to dismantle Obama’s god-forsaken legacy and go after the Clinton crime family (but is he?).

As it concerns the real achievements of President Trump, he has already liberated the American people from the clutches of Deep State simply by talking about it.  By exposing fakes new, he revealed the MSM (aka the Mockingbird Media) to be a CIA-controlled organ of propaganda and disinformation.  Through his daily salvo of tweets, he has unmasked the FBI as an American Stasi and treasonous entity.  Trump has also laid bare the stark reality regarding the U.S. Intelligence Community: that the CIA, NSA, DIA, FBI, etc. don’t work for the U.S. citizenry; rather, they all take their orders from the Shadow Government.

Standing alone, each of these accomplishments was once considered inconceivable!  And they only represent a fraction of the radioactive revelations that have occurred since Trump declared his candidacy on June 16th of 2015."

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So, why did the Zionists choose Trump over HRC?  I imagine one reason was to appease and defang the angry ones in flyover country.  Let them think they were going to get an honest leader, who would spill the beans on 911, and all other such rot as exists in the U.S. government/shadow government/CIA/MOSSAD/Vatican/London/TelAviv, and elsewhere.

Isn't working out that way.  The video explains how Trump owes the election victory to mainly Ashkenazi Jews who supported him financially and in the campaign.

http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=99248

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Every once in while I get a queasy feeling. That could be from anything. I haven't felt a single thing the entire time. But there is some reason the natives called this the shaky isles. I haven't looked but I'm guessing when they get a quake it's not those lil California variety. Evidence of much more powerful ones are everywhere. Meaning they are deep and strong.....I've seen some crevices here in the south that are disheartening. I know it's not Hollywood and I can't jump over  them. 

Pits weird cuz you can feel the land and sea is very much alive with movement. Peeps are nuts going out on huge swells in sailboats- get lost Vikings.  The mountains are indescribable. I'll have to put up pics 

also the island is split in half .... That's one big efffn earthquake that did that. 

Edit: did I mention this one very big island 

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Of course. I just asked

Of course. I just asked because they have been having their fair share of shakers. Nz gets the small ones just like California and they both get the larger ones as well. L'Esperance Rock just had a magnitude 5 and I have been watching an earthquake site for a year, Nz has had plenty since you have been down there.

I have only felt 3 since moving to Idaho 3 years ago.

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