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    Re: Vaccination Injuries On Record for Covid19

    A major new article from Dr Mercola, worth reading in full to collect all the documented information.


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    Re: Beautiful Nature pics

    Two very different images:

    1) China's "Red Beach", one of the rarest sights in the world: a wetland on the bank of the Liaohe River in Liaoning Province. :heart:
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    Yes, and they have larger-than-normal lungs. It helps!

    And they're immensely strong, cheerful, supportive and uncomplaining. When I was in the Himalayas several decades ago, we had Sherpas as our...
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    Re: The Qanon posts, and associated US political analysis

    Mod note from Bill: (and welcome to the forum! :sun: )

    To quote a post which you'd like to reply to,


    Go to that post, and
    Click the Reply With Quote button at the bottom right of the post....
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    Re: The Borax Conspiracy

    It needs to be 100% pure and food grade. If there are no other ingredients at all, and is simply 100% pure Borax, then (in my opinion!) it should be fine.
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    Re: Avoiding the Experimental Vaccine

    Hi Zirconian,

    Do you mind expanding on this a little bit, I found it to be really interesting: "as the frequency coming off people who have had the vaccine is actually upsetting my GI system".
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    And some more astonishing heroics from the Indian Subcontinent. This happened on 17 January, but I was so engrossed in the US election (and the cricket!) I never realized this had happened till a...
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    A little more on this, all about the Indian cricket team's superlative victory over the arrogant Australians, apparently against all odds.

    The young guy who Indian captain Ajinkya Rahane had...
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    Re: The Qanon posts, and associated US political analysis

    Mod note from Bill:

    I've moved 11 posts (a handful of TomKat's posts, plus various replies and comments from others) to the QAnon - An Opposing Viewpoint thread, which is where they properly...
  10. Re: USA Inc. Bankrupt Docs! Are we now witnessing history?

    Well, whoever put that document together can't spell. :)

    https://projectavalon.net/US_Bankruptcy.gif
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    Re: Are some animals not very magical?

    That so intrigued me that I had to research the issue. :)


    https://bbc.co.uk/newsround/23815582

    It appears snails can actually move as fast as 1 meter per hour. (Who knew? :) ) So...
  12. Re: Could a 'vaccinated' person potentially pass on a jab ingredient to an unvaccinated household member?

    It's really quite a good question. :highfive:

    It doesn't seem 100.00% impossible that something unhealthy and unwanted, present in the blood or elsewhere, could be passed on through bodily fluids...
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    Re: Kazakhstan Anomaly - flash freezing animals

    The Day after Tomorrow. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Are some animals not very magical?

    Thanks for posting Jill.

    I visit this thread from time to time and do think about animals.

    I think a lot about insects for some strange reason, probably because I have quite a lot in my house!...
  15. Re: The Global Financial System Explained, Kim Goguen, LifeForce, & the Assemblies

    Not inspiring confidence! Her legal middle name is misspelled in that paragraph, and Martial Law is NOT also spelled 'Marshall Law'.
  16. Re: It is time we consciously create a new paradigm together

    Yes, bumping the bump. :)

    In one sentence: there's a lot of difference between working hard against something, and working hard for something.
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    Re: Primitive technology

    Here it is in English, now in the Avalon Library. :thumbsup:


    https://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Johan%20van%20Lengen%20-%20The%20Barefoot%20Architect.pdf
  18. Re: Discussion on the reliability of alternative media sources and personas

    Actually, I think Avalon does pretty well at calling out or questioning alt media BS, or its possibility.

    We have a whole Known Hoaxes and Other Bad Information section, where posts and threads...
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    Re: ENOUGH ... What Got us Here .. and Now?

    Well, it is a really good list!!! and I've re posted it once on another thread.

    [/QUOTE]Chris, I know you, respect you, and I truly appreciate your sincerity. But it doesn't matter how good a...
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    Just as just over half :) of the American voting population was mourning an inexplicable loss, on the other side of the world three-quarters of the Indian population, over a billion people, were...
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