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    Re: UAP is heating up to some kind of 'disclosure'

    Mod note from Bill:

    Friends, this is a broad-based subject which absolutely warrants opinion and speculation. What I've done just now is split the thread by moving some of the posts to a new one,...
  2. Sticky: Re: A reminder: please don't forget to donate to the Forum

    Paula, bless you for bumping the thread. :heart:

    Avalon's costs have soared recently, with the second backup we now have (outside the US, a needed safety net in case any plugs were suddenly...
  3. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    A Mod note in passing:

    Kudos to all, especially oz93666. :highfive: This is the forum at its best, where all of us learn new things about stuff, and are happy to modify our views if needed.
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  4. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Well all stud finders are battery operated ... No commonly used stud finders can detect hollow areas ... please provide links to back up what you say.[/QUOTE]Here might be a useful article. It took...
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    Re: The Shower Cure

    All very interesting. For potential or suspected dehydration, enemas (coffee or otherwise) may also help: easy to self-administer, comfortable, almost zero cost and low-tech-simple. As best I...
  6. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Well that's utterly ridiculous, as the selfie mode does no such thing and it's more than obvious he's doing all of his stud finding bit on his right arm. How does one confuse their left arm from the...
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    Re: Animals are Magical

    Some zoologists are magical, too. :)


    https://theguardian.com/world/2021/jun/17/scientists-name-frog-found-in-ecuadorian-andes-after-led-zeppelin

    Scientists name frog found in Ecuadorian...
  8. Thread: Fauci

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    Re: Fauci

    9 terrific minutes of Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti of their new podcast Breaking Points with Joe Rogan yesterday. Over a million views already.


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=__Czlg1xLJA
  9. Re: Recount of 1974 UFO incident by B.S.A.P man in Rhodesia.

    I have thought hard about this Bill, and for now I would rather sit tight on that and leave things where they were. Bit shy, it's probably boring and I am not ready to go back there.

    But oddly...
  10. Re: Recount of 1974 UFO incident by B.S.A.P man in Rhodesia.

    Wow, I really appreciated the entire thing from start to finish. Mike Norton is a wonderful storyteller. (And how the heck does he remember all those names, places and details from well over 40 years...
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    Re: Communism (and China)

    Here's Mike Adams' new situation update for today. He said at the very start he was frazzled, and he sounded like it. It's all about China attacking North America. He says the info he's recently...
  12. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    But it will: when using a compass for navigation in the mountains (a real one, with a little lightweight, sensitive needle on a gimbal) one always has to make sure that (e.g.) one's pocket knife,...
  13. Re: The incredible letter of Gerald Light 1954 on the Etherians

    Here's the original letter: :thumbsup:
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  14. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    LOL ... You're probably right Pam ... I thought afterwards I could have been more diplomatic ... But I get exasperated some times .. even with the alternative media![/QUOTE]Yes. And it's possible you...
  15. Re: Dr Bill Deagle's 2008 vision of a nuke attack on a US city

    I have some personal experience of this. But of course it's both unprovable and unhelpful — as visionary experiences almost always are.

    Some reading this may know that in September 1948, in my...
  16. Dr Bill Deagle's 2008 vision of a nuke attack on a US city

    Dear Friends, some of you who followed Project Camelot closely in the early days may possibly remember this.

    In October 2008, Kerry and I were attending a conference in Australia, and very early...
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    Re: Communism (and China)

    The comments to the new Nyquist article posted immediately above are well worth reading. (More are coming in every hour)

    Here are just two:


    I am Canadian-born, living in Ontario. The feeling...
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    Re: Communism (and China)

    J.R Nyquist has a new article, published yesterday.

    https://jrnyquist.blog/2021/06/12/invasion-america

    Invasion America?

    To achieve victory in a future war, it will not be sufficient to...
  19. Re: If you went back in time, what gadget would you miss the most?

    Another interesting question might be this one, which needs a little careful thought. (Of course, nothing electronic or electrical would work, unless it was self-sustaining in some way.)
    If you...
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    Re: Communism (and China)

    I suspect he's compensating (or some might say, overcompensating) because no-one else seems to be concerned about the same serious potential issues as he's focused on. And he's stated he's frustrated...
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