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waxybilldupp wrote:but most

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but most of the regulars here seem to be digging deep into stuff waaaayyy above my paygrade. I'm OK with that, however, since I've discovered that I learn more here by accident that on other websites by design.

I too, have been feeling like crud that last week or 10 days. I don't approve. Wifey also. Can't seem to find a solution so just trying to muddle thru.

And then there was last night. First I need to describe our bedroom for this to make any sense: Crown molding around the ceiling. However, the molding is dropped down about 6" to create a channel open at the top. Rope light travels around the bedroom just below the ceiling. It provides non-directional lighting. Rope light has a simple on-off switch at the bedroom door. Across the room is a variable dimmer. At night, the light is on, but dimmed to its lowest setting, providing just enough light so I don't trip over the dog when I get up to pee.

Last night, I got into bed about 11:45 (CDT). Light was dimmed as usual. About 3 minutes later, the light instantly went to maximum brightness. I bolted upright. Got up and had to turn the dimmer back to its lowest setting. Never happened in the 20 years we have been in the house. How does a switch that has to be PHYSICALLY ROTATED suddenly go to max all by itself? I've got the heebie-jeebies right now just writing about it.

Covfefe (the spice must flow)

Congratulations Waxy. You've completed round 1 of our "Game Global Changes Coming" You will now be taken to Level 2 where you will continue your training. The information you are about to receive should be printed out and put on your person at all times.

First, I'm glad you're feeling like shit. Or that your sensitive enough to be aware that something feels different. That's a good thing.

What you need to know is that you live close to Ground Zero. Yup. The epicenter of it all. That's right, the Twin Cities isn't just another midwestern metropolis area. It has some special properties. Not New York City. NOt Houston. Not Miami, Not Washington DC, but just a few miles outside of Minneapolis, in a small growing community is, let's call it a portal, Im not try to be to weird here, but I struggle for a name, that represents the center of all the activities we are seeing going on planet earth. Not the United States, but planet earth. A POWER site.

It is the entrance way where all the forces of other worlds come together and enter into this world. You guys had some special weather last couple years. Yeah? A record 60 degree's below zero in 2016, and then about one year later, a balmy 63 degrees above zero in February.

you live in what the Greeks called the Omphaloessa or omphalos, meaning the center of all things.

In latin it is know as the umbilicus, like umbilical chord. The cosmic center which ancient societies structured themselves around and Washington DC was fashioned after this concept by the Free Masons.

The Greeks taught that the POWER, authority, and wisdom to rule could be achieved by occupying the physical center of the tribe or group. The center position belonged to the king, queen or chief. In those days instead of the Oval Office, the leader sat on a rock or stood beside a particular tree and claimed the power of the celestial pole by holding a staff or rod that symbolized the pole or shaft of the sacred mill, The Tree of Life which has showed up here a couple of times.

This place become the Scepter or the Sacred Sword of the Celts. The philosophy goes something like this, that the great POWER, or divine POWER if you wish, came from the center and echoed out at all levels of human society, from the very physical seat of government or throne to the center of every home. The Celts call this the Ting. And you still can find the word in many towns in the UK. Tingly near Leeds, and Tingrith because hey were considered one time to be the center of government for those areas

In Iceland societies of central government were call the Al-thing.

Ancient societies believed that from such a position they held the divine POWER to rule the country, province, tribal groups, farm or household. Thus the center of tribal lands was always marked with rocks or standing stones.

Such a stone is in close proximity to you. And a piece of property that is reminiscent of the ancient architecture of Babylon whose Ziggurat roofs had a purpose/function and a deeply esoteric meaning.

And you thought Minneapolis was only know for it’s big mall and German food.

I’m not at liberty to give directions.

But I’m interested to know if you had a chance yet to visit Paisley Park? they say that it could overtake Graceland in yearly attendance. If you ever get a chance to go, I’d like to know what you think. It’s located on Powers Blvd in Chanhassen. I like driving to that lake in that small town a few miles east. I like the old lady in the candy store. Harkens back to simpler times. Go for a drive sometime and take in the sites along the way. Don't tell anybody I sent you. Bring George Noory with you.

You guys gotta lot of lakes in those parts.

PS. A good day to go would be on the weekend of the October full moon. That's a very special moon with special properties. Things might look different than on all the other days of the years. It will help you notice what others don't. Ask somebody where's the ROCK. Go stand by it. BEAM ME UP SCOTTY. You'll know if you found it. I guarantee it.

Thu, Sep 14, 2017 - 5:47pm (Reply to #15659)
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Mr. Fix wrote: Green

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Green Lantern,

Sometimes they like to hype the shit out of a storm, but in this case, they appear to be ignoring it.

I've been watching BP Earthwatch for a few years, and I consider him quite credible.

Take 10 minutes, and watch this report:

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This might directly affect you next week.

Give me a few minutes to digest your most recent reply....

I hope this isn't the guy that said Irma was going to wreck NYC on 9/11 as a category 7 storm. I'll watch it. New York City is always the victim in all these video's. Somebody must not like us.

Thu, Sep 14, 2017 - 6:34pm (Reply to #15664)
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OK GL ...

You're starting to freak me out! I am very familiar with Paisley Park and Chanhassan. Haven't been in Paisley Park. I try to avoid crowds of fan boys and girls (but long been a fan of Prince). I'll have to take a trip past the Park and pay closer attention.

And here I thought "Bicycle Betsy" (Mpls. mayor Betsy Hodges) was the portal (vacuum between her ears).

"I like driving to that lake in that small town a few miles east. I like the old lady in the candy store."

Need better directions. Too damn many lakes. Maybe you mean Excelsior. Probably a candy store there. That's north.

Or Victoria. That's a few miles west. Unaware of any candy store there, tho. Not on a lake, but a few more miles west is Waconia. It's on a Lake.

PM me if I'm getting warm.

Meanwhile, back at the bedroom light show. WTF do you make of that?

Covfefe (the spice must flow)

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Thu, Sep 14, 2017 - 6:49pm
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Regarding Minnesota weather ...

Yeah, GL, I kind of remember some weird weather, but after living in Minnesota for many years, I tend to ignore it. It all seems "normal" to me. I just adjust my plans according to the current forecast. For example, had to cancel a couple ice fishing trips to Lake of the Woods (Canadian border lake) in recent years planned for mid-March. Normally ice is 3'+ thick that time of the year. Resort called and said, "Sorry. We're done ice fishing. Ice unsafe."

My apple and pear trees have been very unpredictable for pollination in the spring the last 5 years. Pear trees went from huge crops to nearly nothing.

I've seen 4" of snow on Mother's Day about 150 miles north. I have no idea what "normal" weather looks like here any more. Need to find that crazy-ass rock so I know where to place the blame

Covfefe (the spice must flow)

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Thu, Sep 14, 2017 - 7:46pm
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GL,

BP Earthwatch is pretty good,

And no, he wasn't the one that predicted a category seven, I remember what you're talking about, and I didn't take that one seriously at all.

His point, is that they hyped the shit out of Irma and Harvey, but aren't saying boo about José, and it looks just as promising as the other two.

He doesn't want to speculate why, I'm leaving that to you.

By simply following his analysis, over the past few years, I've got a pretty good idea of what he's looking at, and what would normally drive the course of a hurricane. This prediction appears to be quite normal considering the driving currents.

I've given some thought concerning mother nature, and her "wrath", and have concluded that the earth itself is being subjected to considerably more energy then we have been used to in the past.

Manifestations of this "extra energy", would certainly affect all levels of consciousness, put more energy into weather patterns, particularly hurricanes and tornadoes, and since matter itself is a manifestation of energy, earthquakes and volcanoes would be a typical byproduct. Mother earth is experiencing some growing pains, in fact, according to some theories which I seriously approve of, it's actually getting bigger, as its mass actually increases. Just as matter can be turned into energy, it works the other way around also. This explains all of the phenomenons that we have been discussing.

Therefore, I would seriously consider your basic premise that the powers that be are just glomming on to natural cycles, to make themselves look more powerful than they really are.

That being said, they're also quite capable of supplying their own energy into the mix, influencing certain outcomes.

The notion that they are somehow protecting us, is absurd on its face. It's not in their nature.

Energy is energy, regardless of its origins, we are all being subjected to quite a bit more of it than usual.

By the way, I still give a shit, I've just made a conscious decision to focus on some things that I can actually do something about.

Right now for example, it's cooking, cleaning, dirty laundry, making lots of colloidal silver, copper, and gold, and taking some time to just relax and meditate.

The powers that be are clearly trying to freak everyone out, and supply them with information overload, all of which is clearly a distraction, and it is designed to be as deceptive as possible.

Fuck them, I don't want to play their game.

They can create chaos all around me, and I will remain an island of tranquility.

I've been practicing.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
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waxybilldupp wrote: You're

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You're starting to freak me out! I am very familiar with Paisley Park and Chanhassan. Haven't been in Paisley Park. I try to avoid crowds of fan boys and girls (but long been a fan of Prince). I'll have to take a trip past the Park and pay closer attention.

And here I thought "Bicycle Betsy" (Mpls. mayor Betsy Hodges) was the portal (vacuum between her ears).

"I like driving to that lake in that small town a few miles east. I like the old lady in the candy store."

Need better directions. Too damn many lakes. Maybe you mean Excelsior. Probably a candy store there. That's north.

Or Victoria. That's a few miles west. Unaware of any candy store there, tho. Not on a lake, but a few more miles west is Waconia. It's on a Lake.

PM me if I'm getting warm.

Meanwhile, back at the bedroom light show. WTF do you make of that?

Covfefe (the spice must flow)

Yes Excellsor. East, north, I can never tell in that area. I was just mentioning it because it was quaint. That's not where you have to. You don't have to go to Paisley Park. At least inside the building .However, I'll note that at the time of his death, it represented something greater, a synchronicity similar to Am's that the universe put in place that would bring people to that area for reasons they won't be conscious of in preparation for the next 12 year cycle. Chanhassen was a nothing town the first time I visited 25 years ago Nothing but a motel and prairie from what I remember.

Go on the weekend I told you and you'll be sure to find it with a couple of hints before then. I might make you commit to a promise of silence publicly

But all the stuff I write that sounds ludicrous might make more sense in October

The rope lights. First ask neighbors if anybody else experienced a surge. If not, could be a message for you to take a drive to brighten your own inner lights in a way you never thought possible

Of course, I could be fill of shit and there is no prize at the end of the rainbow bt then you'd just come back here and tell people Gl is full of shit. You'll have to ask yourself, do I seem like the kind of guy that would let that happen?

Thu, Sep 14, 2017 - 8:18pm
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Suppressed technology explained in two minutes.

Why The Jews Murdered Nikola Tesla And Dr Rife

David Icke gives a much more comprehensive synopsis in under 10 minutes:

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This technology didn't just go away, it's being used against us.

"Everything is energy, vibration and frequency".

Nicola Tesla - a true genius.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Thu, Sep 14, 2017 - 8:35pm (Reply to #15670)
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GL (power surge) ...

"The rope lights. First ask neighbors if anybody else experienced a surge."

Thought of that but nothing else in the house affected. Also, can't imagine how a power surge would physically rotate a dimmer. I had to rotate it back to dim the lights again. Maybe Fix can come up with an explanation, but my quality engineer brain is at a loss. All I know is that it got my attention. It was a genuine WTF moment!

Covfefe (the spice must flow)

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A poltergeist?

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Fri, Sep 15, 2017 - 4:23am
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the wheel of karma (Mr.Fix)

Thank you for your great posting on Dots.

You pooh poo religion and evolution as though they are one and the same.

Religion is a system of social control that favours those who are in control.

Evolution on the other hand is no more than applied logic.

Survival of the fittest is not a religion.

It is the the simple fact that genetic traits are influenced by environmental reality.

Creation is a blend of God (life force) and evolution (the harmonic relationship between genetic traits and reality).

Religion is a synthetic exploitative ruse to enrich the elitist parasites who,to be fair are part of any healthy dynamic system.

In high tide fish eat the ants, in low tide ants eat the fish. - Thai proverb
Fri, Sep 15, 2017 - 4:46am
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Ruff

Great posts and awesome horse picture.

Mr. Ed would be worried.

Life is the gift.

Keep up the good work!

In high tide fish eat the ants, in low tide ants eat the fish. - Thai proverb
Fri, Sep 15, 2017 - 5:00am
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G.L. teams up with Donald.

Donald and crew?

Rescue heroes.

Yoh Bro!

In high tide fish eat the ants, in low tide ants eat the fish. - Thai proverb
Fri, Sep 15, 2017 - 5:42am
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Milton gives up drugs for tattoo addiction

Nice work Milton, let's face it drugs are for losers?

In high tide fish eat the ants, in low tide ants eat the fish. - Thai proverb
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ata wrote:Donald and

ata wrote:

Donald and crew?

Rescue heroes.

Yoh Bro!

A good many of Washington politicians lie and deceive on a regular basis. Many who are prolific liars have long, prosperous careers in politics. But I can't think of one lie, not a Hillary lie, not an Obama lie that had such a detrimental ona persons career as telling the reporters he got no sun that day. He did lie about a covert war, reasons for invading a foreign land, he closed the beach, took his family and then told reporters, I got no sun. And his entire career is being celebrated in memes.

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It's warfare between factions

It's warfare between factions, we are only pawns in the Game. A trillion in damage? Just minor collateral in a Global Game. Gosh......whadda surprise, huh?. And, a few more inputs as to the reasons, "Why?"......dyodd as always;

"Maser satellites can be used with pinpoint accuracy to heat up bodies of water anywhere in the world to augment a developing tropical storm into a hurricane, and to then steer in any direction. Maser producing satellites are classified military technologies......... they don’t need the HAARP facilities… They are (still) used for several purposes (HAARP arrays), they can do all weather modification from orbit now. "

https://exopolitics.org/was-hurricane-irma-steered-by-maser-satellites-i...

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We came, we saw, it's done

September 15, 2017

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

After 18 years, here is my final Captain's Log.

https://ciclops.org

Carolyn Porco

Cassini Director, CICLOPS, Space Science Institute, Boulder, CO

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