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    Re: Julian Assange--YOUR future

    As a reminder, here's a link to a GoFundMe Fundraiser to help with Julian Assange's legal battle. It's put out by his mother Christine.

    I think that anyone who values honest open journalism and...
  2. Re: Breaking The Silence! Luis Elizondo finally talks to John Greenewald

    As far as I remember, Daniel Robillard, AKA Daniel Liszt, of Dark Journalist has been categoric about this from the outset ie regarding Luis Elizondo.
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    Re: Home Fermentation

    I've had lots of success fermenting vegetables. It's so simple and so healthy.

    ..... but I have never yet tried Fermenting a whole Home



  4. Re: The Top Scientists Admit They Already Know This Secret | Gregg Braden

    Enjoying this thread.

    John (Exomatrix): your clip really gave me a giggle. Thanks for that.

    Chris (greybeard):

    Question: if you are sure of something how is it possible to remain open...
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    Re: Russell Brand

    He totally lost me when he did that about turn from 'don't vote' to 'vote labour' a couple of elections back.


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    Re: Music Thread ~ CLASSICAL ~

    Maurice Durufle's Requiem has been haunting me recently. If choral music speaks to you, I recommend a listen... although (like a lot of my favourite pieces) it's kind of an acquired taste: grows on...
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    Re: Music Thread ~ CLASSICAL ~

    Snap, Doug (re Rachmaninov 3rd). It was a high point of my career as a pianist to play this concerto... Although it starts off with disarming simplicity, the work seems to cover a whole world of...
  8. Re: The inexplicable experiences of Chris Bledsoe

    It seems to me like this is definitely one to watch, as an unfolding case.

    Interesting that Richard Dolan made a link between Chris Bledsoe's first encounter (if I remember correctly) and the...
  9. Re: Angels Are Real And Much More Fun To Write About

    That's an interesting perspective, Bill. How do you back it up?


  10. Re: Angels Are Real And Much More Fun To Write About

    This certainly resonates, Tyy1907, but what information do you have on this and where from?


  11. Re: Losing Contact in the Desert: The 2017 Fake-Over of American Ufology

    Great well-grounded perspective, and it seems good to have on the record, especially with the English transcription. Thanks for posting.

    Am I being thick? I can't work out who the actual author...
  12. Re: Last Surviving Nuremberg Prosecutor--Bolton, Trump Recreating Nazi Ideology

    Kind of sobering and chilling words between the 14'-15' mark, I found. Thanks for sharing this.


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    No. At the risk of stating the obvious, there is a chasm of a difference between 'irrefutable proof' at the one end of the scale and opinions at the other (with plenty of 'he said', 'she said' in...
  14. Re: Gnostic Christianity and Eastern Philosophy - An invitation to Private Study

    HI Truthster, and thanks for starting this thread. There is something in your earnest investigation which attracts me, and I would like to weigh in. I have tried to read most of the posts so far,...
  15. Re: Let's talk about vitamins and minerals and supplements, starting from scratch

    Since three/four years ago, my partner and I have eaten a whole-foods plant-based diet, almost exclusively organic, and at least 50% raw. We grow already quite a lot of our own (more and more),...
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    Re: Free EFT training

    Hi and thanks for sharing this @ichingcarpenter.

    I keep meaning to get into this. I have to admit that sites like this - with their commercialised approach - tend to leave me feeling a bit...
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    Re: The Future of Internet Forums

    Hi all,

    Thanks Bill for starting this thread. I have already learned a lot by reading (most of) the posts. I am deeply grateful for all that Avalon offers, and the great way in which it is run.
  18. Re: A path to soil health and food independence

    I too would like to recommend Masunoba Fukuoka's book 'The One Straw Revolution' wholeheartedly. There are also some documentaries about him kicking around on Youtube.

    With his Zen...
  19. Re: The Tragedy of Cultural Relativism (or, why some cultures really are more dangerous than others)

    Hi all, and thanks for sharing this, Bill.

    Yes, it makes for some uncomfortable viewing, for sure.

    But for me a major question here is: whether PJW is presenting a rounded view or a lop-sided...
  20. Re: THIS PLANET WILL BE THEIRS: David Jacobs' conclusion about the ET agenda

    Oh dear, no notably dependencies here. I think I'll develop a limp.

    :happy dog:


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