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Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 8:55pm
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1816 Year without Summer Part Deux

Weather in the last 60 years of the era of the Little Ice Age was tumultuous. Everyone called it hard times. There was little surcease from cold rain, short growing seasons, crop killing frost, droughts, severe storms, crop flattening winds, floods; the typical Biblical sort of weather that had everyone down on their knees praying for it to stop. Literally. Kings and kingdoms fell after almost ceaseless war. War's end left the losing country bankrupt, with troops occupying the lands, war reparations depleting an empty treasury, with 90% of the population working the land for little more than a sou a day, with backbreaking work that produced insufficient food for the family. Taxes were levied from empty purses and the church always demanded their tithes.

That last half century through 1860 was tough even with interludes of good weather that allowed the Irish to farm potatoes to the point that their monoculture crash caused 100 years of population damage from 1850 to 1960 Average world wide temperatures were 2-3 degrees lower than the mean, giving the Little Ice Age the teeth to bite harvests and food supplies. Wars were a constant danger as famines forced the governments to declare war to take the harvests of other countries. War likes cold bad weather and makes people fearful that privations were the next disaster in their short hard lives. Frankstein was written during the Tambora disaster.

Tambora was a beast. It added another 3 degrees of temperature drop. That started in 1816 and lasted for over a decade in some areas. The dust and aerosols covered the globe. What bad weather afflicted much of the world during that time was exacerbated by weather extremes of such severity that Europe and North America saw cycles of rain, drought, cold, floods and storms of such severity that even the old people of that time could not recall such harsh times. Tambora's effect was horrific. The tales of anguish, horror, fear and death were recorded ad infinitum in all corners of the globe. 30 million people died in eastern China and northern India during the 19th century, more than all the wars of that century.

Real famine and starvation hit the land even after implementation of modern agricultural technology.

The Americas had great farming land with abundant rain and more than enough arable land for the taking that food was not an issue for the most part. It was still back breaking work over long hours. People were still fearful of poor harvests, crop failures and famine. Those events lived in people's emotions every month of every year. Even a series of good years could not allay the fears.

Fast forward to 1980. Global warming became a focus. I see those who fear global warming as being woefully under informed of how good we've had it for 150 years. The warmth of this last century and a half has been an historically unprecedented boon to humanity. Oil, water, land and the most modern of agricultural technology feeds 7 billion people yet the 20th Century was the bloodiest in history.

I see the 20th century as one where the quest for land, oil, food fed wars of conquest, wars that the men of war knew were needed because their knowledge of history, even over the shortest term, was the story of peoples who had must have Leibensraum to feed their expanding population. The calculus of of population growth drove empires to war for land and natural resources.
We've seen plenty of privation, famine, weather related catastrophies and the crash of empires even as little as 100-120 years ago. We still see it today.

But as Martin Armstrong notes, the huge empires crashed during coincidence of volcanic and weather related disasters that lasted 50-300 years. Empires come and go. They can end in as little as 10 years if the people are hungry. The truly gigantic empires fell hard and inevitably as a result of famine and weather.

The hungry will eat the kings. The kings know this. Wars distract the hungry, gives them jobs as soldiers, jobs in the bureaucracy and clergy. With the mob's fear and wrath redirected, always waiting for the spoils to come to the victors, the kings are spared.

Only the king fastest to war was saved. Sometimes

If he lost, his liver was served up with fava beans and a nice bottle of Chianti

AGXIIK

Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 9:44pm
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Mt St Helens

I didn’t know there was a 1-10 scale for eruptions Mt St Helens a 6?

I relate to that one because I saw it live when I was young, from a hilltop in Lake Oswego, OR on our way to church. We heard about it in the radio (everyone was expecting it) and we were lucky about location because my dad found a good vantage point.

I’m referring to the Big One of course. May 18, 1980.

I was young but old enough to be fascinated by it, although i don’t remember being very afraid. Amazement of youth I suppose?

Blew out about 1/3 of the mountain in the ugliest sort of plume. Although we had a substantial amount of ash to clean up, most of it headed east with the jet stream.

everyone had dust masks on. Although that came after the initial ash laden air we stayed inside trying to avoid.

Harry Truman of Spirit Lake, Mt St Helens became a local legend that day because he had defied requests to vacate the mountain. He said basically “If My Mountain goes, I’m going with it” and boy did he, others too...

After they finally reopened the national forest up there post eruption, my Dad would take us up to see whole areas of old growth laying down like God himself swung a God size baseball bat at them, all lying in the exact same direction.

I was blessed to visit and witness the birth of a whole new forest pop up in my lifetime which is a very unusual thing to see in this magnitude.

So much more I could say about Mt St Helena, as far as memories go, it provides some of my most fascinating.

Thought I’d mention it

The Right Honorable Lord Stack Esq. Ruler Of All Realms, Protector Of His Subjects, Defender Of The Faith and Supreme Imperial Regent.
Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 9:53pm
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AGXIIK,   Here is something

AGXIIK,

Here is something to add to mix as if we didn't have enough threats to our existence.

I've known for years that the shifting of the poles is a real distinct possibility. And I think Armstrong has mentioned it a few times.

But this guy says it's happening. I'm not really clear what is causing it because I thought it took a catastrophic event to create such a shift.

*Pole Shift Speed Increasing So Fast NOAA.Gov Issues Notification*Off Grid Living*

I'm thinking that you hunters better double up on your efforts and start storing that bear and deer meet.

Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 10:03pm
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The Next Eclipse

Time to see what's instore......

I'm introducing Richard Nolle against my better judgement for a basic overview of what is coming.

https://www.astropro.com/new.html

Warning, Nolle has that Trump syndrome whatever it's called. So I read him? Because he is a decent astrologer that evented several techniques, and I'm not the only guy that knows his political views are bullshit that read him.

First, you're welcome to stop when he gets to the subject of Trump. Or read it as a measurement of where we are and sort of flip his analysis

Samething here. This guy has gone viral with His "Stars Over WAshington" But sometimes you have to reinterpret.

https://www.starsoverwashington.com

And now for a more neutral view of what this next eclipse means by a Gann analyst. Very interesting if you're following the DOW. But Mars is a big deal in more ways than just the DOW, but altogether this is alot of information.

Alot more fun on the way.

https://astrologyforganntraders.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/total-lunar-...

Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 11:00pm SilveryBlue
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Silvery Blue

I just looked wannacry up. Sounds like that would be a pretty interesting thing to have going on at the bank. A little too interesting lol.

I saw that North Korea was being blamed. That doesn’t mean much to me because it may have just been the most politically expedient party to blame for all I know.

Im wondering if the lads at the bank mentioned anything about that? Their opinions on the source of attack?

The Right Honorable Lord Stack Esq. Ruler Of All Realms, Protector Of His Subjects, Defender Of The Faith and Supreme Imperial Regent.
Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 11:01pm Anonymous
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Ruff; Georgia sandstones?

If you know a lot of the Georgia Guide Stones, I would like all of the knowledge that you can provide of the 1 inch bored hole through one of the legs from the exact center aimed into space.

Where is it pointing and when will what it is pointing at be aligned?

It will only be then that the general population asks.. "who was R C Christian?"

Sat, Jul 21, 2018 - 11:23pm AGXIIK
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AGXIIK; you forgot to mention..

There was that very recent invention of fiat currency;

No not a recent invention, but a long suppressed devise of the Babylonians.

The (RCC) Catholics called it Usary and deemed it a mortal sin.

Thus was created the chink in the armor of moral society that the jew exploited.

Martian Luther allowed Cromwell to allow the 'City of London'.....

Still there...

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Sun, Jul 22, 2018 - 2:12am stackaloha
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Er I didn't ask

I walk into work & see many unshaven tired looking men wolfing coffee, who have been on 24/7 shifts for a few days. Nup. Not brave enough

Sun, Jul 22, 2018 - 2:16am Anonymous
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@Ruff we have employment laws here you know

Not allowed to exploit foreign workers & you sound like you are being worked to the bone.

Yep Aussies think they are worlds better than Kiwis. That's why they lay claim to all our stuff. It was a prison colony. just sayin.

Sun, Jul 22, 2018 - 2:24am
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For those of you keeping up

Comprehensive tracking of resigned/retired/firied, pedo arrests, sealed indictments etc

https://public.tableau.com/profile/nerothehero#!/

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@Ruff I know you know what you are doing.

It was a gentle poke because you sound so tired. And yes they are exploiting you because it is your reputation & you will protect it. When will the little horses be along?

Sun, Jul 22, 2018 - 4:58am
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#Ruffian & abguy4 Tx for

#Ruffian & abguy4
Tx for your reply. My knowledge about Mr Hawking is very limited. My foot was on the table when they showed the Orion star map in the movie. My hart skipped a beat when they matched each other lol. That's all.

#Stackaloha
I watched the video and yes I agree the way forward is teamwork. Swedes are good at that. We are naive but not dumb. Long history of being great engineers.

You Americans needs to broaden your perspective! We got record heat in Sweden. 2 months with almost no rain. More than 51 wildfires going. We got help, firemen, planes, helicopters from Italy, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway and even from Estonia and Lithuania. Now they are thinking to call for help from NATO. Sweden is on fire. I've never experienced such a hot period with extreme drought in my life. +30°C (85-95 Fahrenheit).

Some wildfires are to big and can not be dealt with, we need help from mother nature. Rain for 2-3weeks in order to put out the fire.

I am not a strong believer in chemtrails, but I took some photos at the beginning of May and that's when the drought period started. The timing was perfect. Maybe tptb are using the drought cycle to expand it further.

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I feel so much better this

I feel so much better this morning now that I read this perspective by a keen observer of reality from a local paper.

"A person born in 1911 experienced...The Great Depression, Pearl Harbor, WWII, the Cold War and the risk of nuclear war, the Korean War and the rise of Communist China. Perhaps we should keep that in mind the next time we refer to 2018 as “dark times.” --Bethany Mendel, NY Post

All that is much worse than the largest attack on US soil, mass shootings, homegrown terrorism, weather manipulation, the loss of buying power of US dollar, weather chaos, mass stealing from the people for corporate bailouts, shifting of the poles, institutional rape, child trafficking and pedophilia, MS13, 24/7 propaganda by the MSM, agricultural devastation, police executing men in the streets legally, polluted and radioactive fish, GMO's, men driving cars into crowds, mass lying on political forums and loud music emanating out of cars shaking houses for blocks. I missed a few..... A person in 1911 only read stuff in a newspaper.