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  1. Thread: Ivermectin

    by Bill Ryan
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    Re: Ivermectin

    Is it 0.4 milligrams per Kilogram of weight?

    [/QUOTE]Yes, that's correct. :thumbsup: For someone weighing 125 lbs (57 kg), 0.4mg/kg would be pretty much 2x 12mg tablets/day.
  2. Thread: Ivermectin

    by Bill Ryan
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    Re: Ivermectin

    Here's the FLCCC chart for 12mg tablets. Basically, she needs just 1 tab per day, taken with food as Ewan said above.

    https://projectavalon.net/Ivermectin_doses_for_12mg_tablets.jpg

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

    Well, it seems to be topical! And many thanks for the kind words. :flower:

    I don't disagree, though I'm a little conflicted.

    I was asked exactly the same thing by Paul LaViolette (not The...
  4. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Yes, I played the guitar (quite well), long ago in my early 20s. I had a beautiful hand-made Wilson guitar, made in Canada. The cost of something like that now would be about $2000.

    It lent it to...
  5. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Answered here (post #144, long ago), almost as briefly! :)

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    I believe he started off (back in the pre-digital 1970s) as the real deal: a genuine experiencer and contactee.

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

    Yes, do see this thread:


    Bill's 1924 Everest expedition photograph

    http://projectavalon.net/Everest_1924_team_photo.jpg
  7. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    100% right, of course. When we're clumsily messing with the natural balance, we may get things completely wrong, and do more damage. (For instance, the efforts now to curb CO2 emissions!)

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

    Yes, that was an unusual visual effect! :sun:

    Here's the original high-resolution image, from a campfire in the Ecuador mountains back in 2014.
    ...
  9. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    ~~~

    Ha. I have no idea how, where or when my compass reversed itself! But once I realized the red needle (which is supposed to point north) now pointed south, I could continue to use it reliably...
  10. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    This is kind of a PS to the above question. An E-meter is definitely extremely sensitive. (It can help identify incidents and issues that one might have encountered millions of years ago in other...
  11. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Yes, the auditing E-meter used is just a kind of Wheatstone Bridge, though an extremely sensitive one.

    But it's not like a magical device that can answer questions, like the Delphic Oracle. :)...
  12. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Yes, I remember you posted that here, and I just have no idea at all. If you don't know anyone in China, and no-one in China knows you, it might just have been a weird wrong number, though the person...
  13. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Well, here's my briefest answer. :)

    Yes, Dolly (in the James Bond film Moonraker) had braces. 100% for sure. For me personally, that was the slam-dunk deciding factor about the 'Mandela Effect'.
    ...
  14. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    I have rather a dilemma (as many might), inasmuch as Ben Davidson has always been a very grounded, mainstream-research-based commentator. Then fairly recently he took off a whole series of videos...
  15. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    1. Have you got evidence of & have you visited any interdimensional portals/star gates here on Earth?

    The stargate I've been most fascinated by is The Stargate of Aramu Muru, in Peru. (That's the...
  16. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    That's a fascinating question. There are several contenders, one of which is Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, which could be called science fiction. (It's here in the Avalon library.)

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

    That's an easy question to answer. (So, thank you! :P )

    I'm afraid have no experience whatsoever with orgonite, and so I really don't feel very qualified to comment about it. There's a major...
  18. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    I have a lot of catching up to do as well! So here goes.
    :happy dog:

    Re the WEF (the World Economic Forum), I think we're all aware of their influence, or attempted influence. All I can really...
  19. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    It is! Mea culpa, because I don't have it bookmarked, and I just keep forgetting. There's been quite a lot going on, as everyone will be aware. My happy task for today will be to respond to every...
  20. Re: Alec Baldwin Fired Prop Gun That Kills 1 on Set of 'Rust'

    He stated that when pointing the gun at the camera, he pulled the hammer back (without cocking it), and then let it go. In a period single-action revolver from the wild west, that's exactly the same...
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