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  1. Re: Desperate plea for help by a targeted individual

    There are two relevant sections to peruse; it's a lot of reading. Personally, I had to leave america to gain the peace of mind I required. Every situation is a bit different, but these sections will...
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    Re: The Qanon posts, and associated US political analysis

    Thanks again Snoweagle. I found this video chilling, I must say.

    I remember reading a novel in primary school in the 198o's that mentioned WASPs; White Anglo-Saxon Protestants. This acronym has...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeist Memes Thread

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    :sun:

    Have a nice day.
  4. Thread: Depression

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    Re: Depression

    'Action,' I was told [about 1o years ago], 'Alleviates Anxiety'. [Anxiety holds hands with Depression.]

    Early in my manic-depressive diagnosis, around 2oo9; I was more susceptible to mania than...
  5. Re: "I can't keep up any more." The world of Future Shock is already here

    I remember observing maybe around 2o1o that there was 55,ooo years of reading material available on the internet.

    Wow, I thought, this is impossible until I realised much of which is irrelevant,...
  6. Re: Why don't most people change anything in their lives?

    Some years ago, working in a cube farm, a small one of about 36 people - the managers decided to move everyone around to new cubes. It was about 5o/5o men and women working in this department.
    ...
  7. Re: PRIMER (2004): the best (and most complex) time travel movie ever made

    Thank you for taking the time, I had enjoyed the thread https://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109425-Some-questions-for-any-time-traveler and thought you might be a good critic.
  8. Re: PRIMER (2004): the best (and most complex) time travel movie ever made

    I know Star Mariner has an affinity for time travel but I wonder if he has seen this film and what he thinks.

    Mike Gorman I was very lucky to find the film quite quickly. I just rewatched it...
  9. Re: Clif High's videos: now (2021-22) in the years of Woo

    I appreciate Clif's talks. I had been struggling to make sense of the channelling niche and Clif indicated in this recent video that he doesn't waste any time with that arena. I needed to hear that...
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    Re: The Truth about Corey Goode

    Some of us are new to the alt-media and the stories in these realms can be quite sensational. Which means we have to lean on some of the senior members with regard to what is reputable, and what is...
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    Peace of mind, at long last.

    My plan to leave america has ultimately resulted in peace of mind, finally after three years and 4 months.

    My thoughts are my own, save the occasional song that gets stuck in my head.

    I wish I...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    The best I can do is 'veracity', or 'authenticity'.
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    'Impartial' was what came to mind at first. This is sort of a boring word but I think it helps describe the midpoint. I doubt it will go viral.

    I prefer the middle points as a perspective of...
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    Re: Anyone ever been in a movie?

    This might be interesting. In the 80's when I was a wee lad in primary school, my Dad was on tele due to a look-alike contest he won as a resemblance to Trapper John, M.D..

    My grandparents used to...
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    Re: Anyone ever been in a movie?

    I was invited to be an extra in a christian film series. It was a bit uncomfortable for me, I don't think I would do it again. The set was a Mediterranean restaurant and the first scene we extras...
  16. Re: Being tired/wary of online discussions...

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    I find I do more reading and watching as opposed to posting. Some people are on top of things...
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    Re: The Great Poetry Thread

    Good Hours
    Robert Frost - 1874-1963


    I had for my winter evening walk—
    No one at all with whom to talk,
    But I had the cottages in a row
    Up to their shining eyes in snow.

    And I thought I...
  18. Re: The Power Of The James Webb Telescope in Space To Be Launched in 2021

    Hopefully today will have fair enough conditions for launch.

    https://www.rte.ie/news/science/2021/1225/1268614-space-telescope/
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    Re: The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    This is a strange one. I remember this video from before with Blondie's heels didn't cover her ankles and now they do.



    WGU_4-5RaxU
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    Re: Meme Your Memeist Memes Thread

    My mother had saved a couple newspapers in my closet shelf from the JFK assassination. My grandfather had asked her to save the newsprint. I read the articles and one of the articles stated that the...
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