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

    In fact, here are All 16 Parts as PDFs in a single 146 Mb WeTransfer file, there to download for 7 days. I have to say, some of the documents there (a lot of stuff!) are fascinating. (I wonder how...
  2. Thread: Fauci

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    Re: Fauci

    Yes, a Science degree with a zoology major. I became disillusioned because I realised that science was not this objective pursuit of knowledge, but was instead people paying scientists to get the...
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    Re: UAP is heating up to some kind of 'disclosure'

    In case it's helpful to researchers following this, Lisa got the website name wrong. It's https://vault.fbi.gov.

    Here's the UFO Part 1 that she's referencing. (And then scroll right down to page...
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    Re: Avoiding the Experimental Vaccine

    Actually — if I may! :heart: — I disagree. Here's why.

    Andrew Kaufman may or may not be right in his views, but it's VERY VERY likely to be way too much for any pro-vaxxer to accept or even...
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    Re: Avoiding the Experimental Vaccine

    The 8 minute video with Dr Byram Bridle is really pretty good as well. He's NOT an anti-vaxxer. He just states that this one is way all wrong (and dangerous), and explains exactly why.

    What may be...
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    Re: Food shortages soon?

    Mike Adams (in the previous post) is sometimes pretty wild. :) Far more grounded, concise and systematic in his presentation is Chris Martenson, in this video published 5 days ago.

    This isn't only...
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    Re: Avoiding the Experimental Vaccine

    :heart:

    The only thing I can possibly suggest — which always sounds reasonable to me! — is to draw attention to this very probably being an irreversible decision.

    One can always delay, and then...
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    Re: Choosing not to work

    Well, besides the health and wellness aspect to all this (it's healthy, enriching and empowering if one's working towards some goal which one really cares about, whether paid or not) — if no-one...
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    Re: Food shortages soon?

    Mike Adams on the weaponization of food and water scarcity, published today:

    The section relevant to this thread starts at 43:34.

    https://brighteon.com/01f39854-01c3-496b-ba81-d18dc1ebea4f
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    Re: Transgender issues

    From https://rt.com/news/527120-hubbard-trans-weightlifter-olympics-new-zealand, today:

    Female athletes urged to boycott Tokyo Olympics as New Zealand accused of ‘cheating’ after trans...
  11. Re: SURAMIN is an antidote for the vaccine: Dr Judy Mikovits

    Just a note: this video was published on 25 April this year. If you search for suramin (or "pine needles" as a phrase, in quotes) you can find many Avalon posts about this on several different...
  12. Thread: % Vaccinated

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    Re: % Vaccinated

    Here's a fun 16 minute commentary from Chris Martenson about all that, published on 1 June. He was cracking up with laughter at one point. :)


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=CH5tQfwHW7w
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    Re: Communism (and China)

    More from J.R Nyquist, published yesterday:

    https://jrnyquist.blog/2021/06/19/interview-with-nevin-red-dawn-in-retrospect/


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=QAZo3MbsLOA
    Extract from the...
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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,...
  15. 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...
  16. 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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  17. 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...
  19. 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...
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