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Old 09-05-2008, 08:13 PM   #1
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Hello to all !

A plan for the creation of a self-sustained organic farm / cooperative
in the country of Ecuador has begun. !

This sanctuary will be acquired (purchase or rent) in the mountain
region near the coast. this land will have a natural spring or well within the property, the immediate local community will be working on an equal basis
with their new "partners" from the north and will benefit directly from all the technology including free energy/grow devices created at the farm.

All extra food/medicine produced at the farm could then be stored, bartered, traded or marketed to the rest of the planet.

Besides food, Aloe & herbs/Medicine plants are also a production priority
and will include Shamanic support & advise.

TEAM 1 will depart from Florida with 2 or 3 complete families plus gear
by sail boat, and will "move in" to their new homes at the farm. then .
start to put in place the basic infrastructure for life and production while waiting for the "rest" of the group to arrive and expand to the next phase.

I plan to spear-head this adventure in to the future and will take my wife
and 10 year old daughter.

Having a "there are no problems only solutions" attitude is the only requirement at the moment.

Land is being surveyed now !


Frank Conde.
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Old 09-05-2008, 09:34 PM   #2
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That sounds amazing CONDE!! this is exactly what i have been looking for...groups of people ready to take action now! is there a website link for this project? I would be most interested in being kept informed on progress...having lived in alternative communities in the past, I am keen to get back to this way of living..as a lone parent with 11 year old girl, i feel its our best option....maybe we should start another forum thread specifically just for people wanting to start up communities and pool resources?!
there needs to be 1,000's of communities springing up and created in the next 3 years..i

I have just started to seriously research areas of South America and would love to hear from others if they have any tips/ideas or want to join forces!
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Old 09-05-2008, 09:53 PM   #3
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Frank, sounds like a GREAT plan! I'd be interested in joining!
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Old 09-05-2008, 10:25 PM   #4
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Ahoi ! tomorrow & Firehorse thanks for your words !

The plan for a small self-sustained food co-op community was
started last year, the idea is to create this village as an investment
for the near future, and started with 5 to 10 families then grow from there.

I will assemble teams, including agricultural and technical assets (first wave) to transport by sea all initial gear, seeds and equipment, and to begin infrastructure (dwelings) & production of crops pending subsequent families
to arrive (second wave) .

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Old 09-06-2008, 01:46 AM   #5
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Just wondering if this is something anyone can get in on...I've got a few people that would be interested in helping. I myself have been saving to take a trip there to photograph the surroundings and would love to get invovled.
AOT...
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Old 09-06-2008, 04:53 AM   #6
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That sounds exciting Frank
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Old 09-06-2008, 05:38 PM   #7
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Conde, good luck to you.
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Old 09-06-2008, 06:41 PM   #8
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conde i would definately like to be kept updated with progress...there is a chance i could be one of the second wave of people to arrive!! much luck and blessings for your venture!
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Old 09-06-2008, 06:55 PM   #9
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Thanks Firehorse!
All are welcome !!!
A basic group is forming ...
Team 2 is paramount for the project, and needs to be "in place" here
before Team 1 sails out.

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Old 09-06-2008, 07:02 PM   #10
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COOL!

I was suprised when you mentioned Ecuador... I have been inspired to move to Quito for some time now. Its only a few hours from the ocean... lots of nice produce, temperature doesn't change much from 20 celcius in the mountains, and is aligned with CHAVEZ.
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Old 09-06-2008, 09:46 PM   #11
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http://www.ecuadorliving.com/intro.html
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Old 09-06-2008, 10:40 PM   #12
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Coincidence? I think not.

ALoha
I feel I have been guided down this road but never understood why...The pieces are beginning to come together for the first time and I have always had a fascination with our friends in the plant realm and feel I have been lead down this particular path for a reason. I have spent the last few years understanding as much as I can about medicinal herbs, curing dis-ease and diet. What are the requirements that need to be met in order to assist down on the farm?

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Old 09-07-2008, 12:52 AM   #13
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Frank, we're still on board, us two in NC!
Whether part of the first or second wave, WE'RE IN!
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Old 09-07-2008, 01:11 AM   #14
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Hola!

Patti, lightworkers, GUIN, eXchanger welcome aboard !
Great to hear from all !

Team #1 is forming, and may include a couple from the US and family, their skills are organic growers/healers. to begin crops development and medicinal plants investigation and cultivation. Boat captain w family or charter, a scientist/ tech/engineer (wiz guy, jack of many trades) to build lab and begin infrastructure. Kids, pets, gear, tools, equipment sails from florida once land
issues are studied.

More to come ...Frank Conde
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Old 09-07-2008, 01:32 AM   #15
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Hi Conde,

Sounds like you've got things pretty well under way. Can you develop an email list from these posts and keep us up to date? I've very interested in what you're doing and would need more info about specifics.

Thanks!
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Old 09-07-2008, 01:52 AM   #16
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Good effort Conde...

i really hope you totally succede in your project... Id love to come help out, but i have family obligations i cant just up and leave.. Once you establish your community, i hope in the future you'll look to take in others and expand...!
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:13 AM   #17
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I wanted to bring up my personal scenario, which I am sure a few can related to, to see if i can get input on whether or not it is possible...

I from Northern Cal and would like to relocate, set up or join a group that is far away like ecuador. I am thinking of join a far away group and make monetary contribution. When the time comes where people no longer go to work, I would then physcial move in with the group. I wanted to stay out here and work as much as possible and gather gears and ship it to the group. Is this an option to join a group this way(at the start). Or is this some what of selfish way to go about this?

With this scenario I still have the problem of getting to the group from so far away at the last minute (road blocks, no gas station around ect..). Input?

I quickly look at a volcano map of ecuador and I am seeing there are a few. Wanted to know how much of an issue this will be.

Thanks for reading
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Old 09-07-2008, 02:56 PM   #18
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Hi
I live in Israel, and as you know in a few months a war is supposed to start with Iran, I am currently considering moving in to Ecuador with my family; I think that if we can join you and help that would be great!
looking forward to see updates on this
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:28 PM   #19
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Hello Conde and fellow Ground Crew!

I have been visiting Project Camelot many times and listened to alot of the interviews, purchased books, downloads etc.

I have read Edgar Cayce books and others books 30 to 35 years ago. Kari and Bill has certainly given us a lot of wonderful information as well as George Green.

No doubt there is turbulence slated for 2012 and trying to find a "safe place" is my objective for the future of mankind.

I have emailed Bill and Kerry about interviewing this gentleman as some of the information make conflict with being in Ecuador.

Patrick Geryl, I think, goes about it more scientificly, but I would like to have feed back of what others think and if his information is viable?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n37OT...eature=related

http://www.howtosurvive2012.com/htm_night/home.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcanic_Seven_Summits
Ecuador is part of a Pacific Ring of volcanoes named "Ring of Fire"
The type of volcanoes found are high and steep-sided stratovolcanoes, which are known to have sudden and violent eruptions with longer periods of dormancy.

By Quito highest volcano in the world, the Cotopaxi.

Trying to make a logicial move and will be open to others view and ideas.

Regards,

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Old 09-07-2008, 04:29 PM   #20
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Hi Conde. How are you handling citizenship? What is the elevation of the planned site and how large is it? How do you plan on the transportation of materials i.e. building materials and equipment? Do you plan of being totally self sufficient? A lot more questions but I am interested in how you're working the logistics on this? Thanks
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:59 PM   #21
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What will happen will be global. What you see around you will crumble. To believe is to know we must each and all manifest our future just to survive wont help you.

I am sorry to say


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Old 09-07-2008, 06:42 PM   #22
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Dear Friends:

This project was inspired by George green and begun last year.

The project will continue regardless of pole shifting (magnetic or physical),
martial law or not, war or not, food riots or not, McCain or Obama,
easy or dificult. this IS REAL ! .

Please understand, regardless of negative future outcome variables,
clean food, water and medicine will not be available or afordable
in our beloved country in years to come, and I want to secure a healthy life for my family and any others interested.

Team #1 is forming, 5 families are now interested and helping.

Contacts with boat owners/charter companies are on the way
and promise results. land in the works.

Serious inquires pls e-mail me at

conde1@me.com
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Old 09-07-2008, 08:21 PM   #23
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Hi Conde and all the ground crew!!!! I find this a most interesting venture and I would truly consider it. I have a friend up near canada who might want to come along. I would have to lean on my kids, but we all have skills which would be useful. I am in Florida so we would be boating over to central America and coming down from there.

This is an inspired project and protection from the crazies is necessary!
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Old 09-07-2008, 08:52 PM   #24
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CONDE, it all sounds really good. Almost too good.
It seems obvious that you've put a lot of research into this and have a pretty solid idea of how to pull it off, but something like this takes a considerable amount of money, and I'm anxious to ask a couple of questions.
Are you independently wealthy and seeking solid minds and hearts to populate this endeavor, regardless of their monetary contribution? Or does admission carry a price tag? Are living quarters already built, or will that be part of the first team's responsibility? What kind of homes are you planning? Dome homes? Any underground preparation (for storage and possible shelter if the need presents itself)? I'd like to know if this is a business idea, or a human calling to spend what will be worthless anyways as a solution to the collective situation? Radical shift is inbound, and the small communities are the answer, but only if they're motivated by love. A much more focused and intense vibration will be created when these people come together - is there a selection process you're employing?
Please forgive me if this is finding you with anything other than love, I just prefer to get my truth with fewer additives, if you know what I mean.

Wishing all of you amazing, responsible warriors of the light all the peace and abundance your physical vessels can hande... and more.
Love and light.
-J

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Old 09-07-2008, 09:59 PM   #25
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Hello to all !

A plan for the creation of a self-sustained organic farm / cooperative
in the country of Ecuador has begun. !

This sanctuary will be acquired (purchase or rent) in the mountain
region near the coast. this land will have a natural spring or well within the property, the immediate local community will be working on an equal basis
with their new "partners" from the north and will benefit directly from all the technology including free energy/grow devices created at the farm.

All extra food/medicine produced at the farm could then be stored, bartered, traded or marketed to the rest of the planet.

Besides food, Aloe & herbs/Medicine plants are also a production priority
and will include Shamanic support & advise.

TEAM 1 will depart from Florida with 2 or 3 complete families plus gear
by sail boat, and will "move in" to their new homes at the farm. then .
start to put in place the basic infrastructure for life and production while waiting for the "rest" of the group to arrive and expand to the next phase.

I plan to spear-head this adventure in to the future and will take my wife
and 10 year old daughter.

Having a "there are no problems only solutions" attitude is the only requirement at the moment.

Land is being surveyed now !


Frank Conde.

Please lovers, read !
all the answers to your recent questions are there.

This is not a SALE ! nor FAKE or illegal or undergroud, there are no secret codes, no fee to join, no specialhand shake, you don't have to be rich to get in. your race, religion, status, or sexual prefs are not an issue.

Now....... lets all take 2 deep breaths, and pls understand, is simple !!!!

We, (x # of people/families) get organized and form a group...
WE, get resources togheter...
We, buy a piece of land...
we, get a boat...
we, pack the boat with gear and first wave of folks
( # of ppl & size of vessel to be decided by... US !.
now, We are in 2 groups Team #1 arrived safely to the port of Manta
in Ecuador, all the gear equipment and people arrive to a temporary base.
secure a transport and begin to take all the stuff and the ppl. to the farm.

Team 2 back in Florida establishes contact w team #1

farm is prepared for seasonal cultivation, research lab is built.

Dome or other earth frienly homes will have to be built proportional
to group size and individual requirements. (any good carpenters out there ?)

WE, decide next step, and team # 2 departs to Ecuador...and so on...

The short/term term goal is to become self sustaining with our families,
home school our kids, and see them grow a clean healthy life.

once the land is OURS and we have a local shaman blessing,

the next step is to produce enhance and protect Our resources

A-water pure clean healing water.
B-food (as above)
C-Energy-implementing and developing of new energy systems.
C-medicinal herbs for body and mind.

All this elbo to elbow with the Ecuadorian locals and their families.
(community aproach) to benefit both.

Love and neurons !

Frank Conde.
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