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  1. Epsilon Protocol Remote Viewing Data 2017-2018

    Hello forum.

    This data was a long time promised across various posts. It has actually taken this long to decode the data and work with it sufficiently to provide enough workable information to...
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    Re: Timeline shifts

    Ah yes, but for me the data has indicated that we have been pushed firmly in the direction of self-destruction and we have never really been provided any chance to go any other direction.

    Haven't...
  3. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    hello Angels1981,

    Your post, and the topic I raised in the thread "A Brief History of Project Avalon"...
  4. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    Your replies seem to consistently indicate you have an accurate feeling of what's going on and what's about to happen.

    This reality would not be becoming as anomalous as it is now, if it were not...
  5. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    There is a type of information transmission protocol that's about halfway in-between. And we'll be using it soon enough. The words become carriers, gradually losing importance as the payload switches...
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    Re: A Brief History of Project Avalon

    Agreed, Orobo. Some of us that have been around (off and on of course, perhaps under more than one name) from the very beginning in 2008 have likely also seen an evolution, even while there's been...
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    Re: triquetra

    The 2 years can be summarized in context of the Epsilon protocol that was set up for first 1/2 year and then ran for next 1 year, and finally 1/2 year of data analysis - targeting extended low...
  8. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    And isn't seeing that light at the end of the tunnel the most we can reasonably hope for? We are in a dark place.

    In the study of civilization theory, one might call a civilization that insists on...
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    In two years time, referring over to the Avalon thread, the big difference was probably going from
    - Seeing the ghost for the first time
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    - Following it

    I don't think anyone seeing it for the...
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    Re: What is Avalon? (Not just the forum...)

    The movie Avalon can be divided into major sections, revolving around the ghost.

    - Before having heard about the ghost
    - Hearing about it for the first time
    - Seeing it for yourself for the...
  11. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    Your words are not even your own.

    There are many intelligent beings here who believe they act of their own free will, but are only playing roles programmed from the outside
  12. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    Joe has hit on a lot of significant points as well, thank you Joe.

    "Small ripples in a big pond"

    Yes that is quite the apt analogy for our role in the bigger picture, isn't it? On many levels....
  13. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    We will be reasonably self-forgiving :) Our counterparts outside the simulation, who have projected their consciousness into this universe, were the ones who made themselves forgot what they knew, to...
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    Re: What are time lines?

    Yes that's right Joe. The Academy of Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing (ARVARI) trains in a rather similar manner, based on the Extended Remote Viewing (ERV) protocol. This protocol targets Theta...
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    Re: What are time lines?

    To contribute to the original topic of the thread:

    Here is one way to look at it. We are all always in different timelines from one another. When we interact, we do so from timelines that are in...
  16. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    I'm dubious about this part (quoted above), and likewise with the suffering.

    I just find it very difficult to believe that I ever would have chosen to "make myself stupid". Was I already stupid...
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    Re: What are time lines?

    People struggle to align for many reasons. First there is the imposition of artificial socionormalization which tries to prevent people from ever going in this direction for their entire lives.
    ...
  18. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    It is not so terribly remarkable. As we have discussed elsewhere more recently, new information is difficult to come by outside of the simulations. Here is where it is sometimes generated. AI and...
  19. Re: Is humanity worth keeping/saving? - Honest conversation

    If necessary an unabridged text will be prepared. But it might not be necessary. There's only so far that words can go. Much of what needs to be learned is beyond the textual, the verbal, and more in...
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    Re: What are time lines?

    It's all right here: http://montalk.net/matrix/122/timeline-dynamics



    We are coming into a time where we in fact need to become this version of ourselves, the future meeting the present in...
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