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  1. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    I need to raise a couple of questions on this subject. We are talking here of subjective matters. They may be oneís own thoughts or feelings, or picked up from others by what Dr Philippe Wallon calls...
  2. Sticky: Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    So... what is the remedy, and what is the long-term inoculation? Do you have a government in waiting? And a whole new constitution to see us through say the next fifty years? I thought not. We are...
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    Sticky: Re: COVID-19 Contrarians

    Yes, Chris, you are collateral damage, fortunately just toothache. I have a surgeon in the family: out of work, no one to operate on, simply because the beds etc. are otherwise occupied (or not)....
  4. Sticky: Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    They are sick, trying to get better, as most of them will. Anyone who is not dead is alive; get used to it.
  5. Sticky: Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    People may be running out of money if they are buying face masks at four times over the odds. This is not fake news, but the president of the French region hardest hit (prťsident de la rťgion Grand...
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    Thank you for your responses. Basically what we find is the idea of an ingroup, whatever it be, and an outgroup, in other words a partitioning. To see this as somehow desirable in the long-term is to...
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    Sticky: Re: COVID-19 Contrarians

    I have a lifestyle that makes me more suited than most to cope with lockdown. So when like today I have a bad day, I think how tolerant we need to be of people who bend the rules to get by. And how...
  8. Sticky: Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    Not so: fifteen more days, i.e. till April 15.
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    No takers? Iím not surprised Ė or bothered, to be frank.

    Confucius he say
    This is my answer to a thought that often comes to me for one: what is a nice guy like you doing on a conspiracy forum...
  10. Sticky: Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    Yes. It's the same as with all the other politicians and celebs who have tested positive in the UK and other countries.

    What this tells us (or confirms!) is that this is now simply...
  11. Re: BRIGHT MINDS OF AVALON help me problem solve this

    Hi Doug
    I came across your thread as I was preparing a post referring to a man with vast experience in charity work in Africa. You may find something helpful there....
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    Over recent weeks, this forum has been swamped with threads on a certain subject, which is entirely understandable and doubtless doing some people a great deal of good. But it does have a downside,...
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    Bonjour les amis francophones. Voici un blog publiť par le Monde Diplomatique que je ne trouve pas dans l'ťdition anglaise: "les connards qui nous gouvernent". Bonne lecture!


    De Gaulle disait...
  14. Re: 900-year-old prediction of Popes coming to an end NOW

    I posted quite a bit on this subject, back in 2012-13. Newest first:
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?62914-Petrus-Romanus-Just-Popped-Up-on-Radar-&p=723905&viewfull=1#post723905 ...
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    Re: Who knew about Covid-19 in advance?

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    That cannot be highlighted and emphasized enough! It points to the power of imagination, improvisation and not getting stuck and frozen with certain activities that turn into rituals and...
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    Re: Who knew about Covid-19 in advance?

    Araucaria, reading your post compared to Jungs vast body of work in this area, I know who I would consider woo-woo.

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    Sorry, you didnít catch my meaning. Jung is way up my...
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    Re: Who knew about Covid-19 in advance?

    Araucaria, reading your post compared to Jungs vast body of work in this area, I know who I would consider woo-woo.

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    Sorry, you didnít catch my meaning. Jung is way up my...
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    Re: Who knew about Covid-19 in advance?

    Precognition is a vast area. We can begin with Jungís idea that for the unconscious time does not exist: we enter what he calls the ďunus mundusĒ. Jung is fairly mainstream but, although he worked...
  19. Sticky: Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    You raise an interesting point here with the ecological angle. Those who see this pandemic as some nefarious plan drastically to reduce the world population are not going to like this because...
  20. Re: Daniel Schmachtenberger - The War on Sensemaking

    This got started a while back actually, but well worth another look

    'Humanity's Phase Shift', Daniel Schmachtenberger
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