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    Re: Is Monkeypox the new COVID?

    Oh my, I remember getting that; I think nearly everyone had it as a kid about 50+ years ago. Those were the days when kids weren't jabbed incessantly from birth, we got the illness, recovered and had...
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    Re: BREAKING NEWS ~ Continuously Updated

    Australia's PM Scott Morrison has lost the election, Labour are now in power. Maybe our Oz friends here can comment on how this may change things, if at all?


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  3. Re: Stolen History - how to find false - and seperate it from reality!

    As with the Oera Linda Book, I've read into the Bock Saga and I find both to be fascinating. I don't believe at all that the peoples of the North were the primitives that mainstream history, as told...
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    Re: Is Monkeypox the new COVID?

    My friend detected 'smallpox vaccine' in my body when she hooked me up to her biofeedback machine. I had that jab in 1973, required for foreign travel after a smallpox scare that was quickly...
  5. Re: "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" Discussion thread

    That photo again... whether or not someone did exist called Maria Orsic, the photo is fake. A 1940s photo was reversed, and a clearly 1960s face (evident if you know anything about cosmetics styles...
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    Re: Covid vaxx booster shots

    Strange, isn't it, that a tetanus shot lasts for 10 years.
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    Re: When they come for your pets

    I'm with you on that with regard to avatar cat. I have noticed that insect pet food is now on sale for pets - their gross Frankenstein food is now being extended to animals, there's no way I'm buying...
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    Re: Animals are Magical

    This is the best I can do with my point and shoot... yesterday I noticed dozens of tiny baby spiders in a tight bunch on my garden gate.

    Today seems to have been their first attempt in web making;...
  9. Re: Texas woman scored ancient Roman bust for $34.99 at Goodwill

    I have to say that I dream of a find like that when I go around the car boot sale... my best find was a factory-sealed and sought after tarot deck, bought for 50p and sold for £50.
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    Re: Calm before the storm but where to go?

    Sounds good - we are the second most overcrowded country in Europe, with Luxembourg in first place! That means no cheap land or housing and very strict building regulations, apart from places like...
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    Re: Calm before the storm but where to go?

    I'm not going anywhere else as I can't afford to do so. However, through a quirk of fate I'm living in a small village where there is a lot of mutual support, we saw that in 2020 when the...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    I'm going a bit off-topic here; food shortages are certainly happening, though going round British supermarkets the supply isn't anywhere as bad (yet) as it seems to be in the US, but prices are...
  13. Re: Stolen History - how to find false - and seperate it from reality!

    Yvonne Whiteman has done an excellent series of articles on the Kolbrin that was published on Graham Hancock's website. She has presented some very detailed research into corroborating names, place...
  14. Re: How killing wildlife in the United States became a game

    Also in India Bill - they annihilated the tigers. There's a photo of one of the royals with about 30 dead tigers.
  15. Re: The "Flat Earth" PsyOp (and John B. Wells' brilliant take)

    Just for a laugh John...
  16. Re: Could Artificial Wombs Mean the End of Childbirth ?

    What kind of souls would children gestated in an artificial womb be like, with no connection to their mothers' bodies? With no pre-birth connection to a human?

    This sounds like a demonic agenda to...
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    Re: Are some animals not very magical?

    Thanks for the clue - now spotted! :D
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    Re: The face mask discussion

    Round here the number of mask wearers is decreasing day by day, only a small minority wear them now.



    Now this is interesting - I wonder if this article about lung cancer screening in England...
  19. Re: A new Atlantis location is proposed: the Richat structure, in Mauritania. But watch the video. It's compelling

    Here's an interesting theory from a recent Thunderbolts Project video; could the Richat Structure have been formed by a plasma tornado? It points out towards the end one tell-tale feature that sets...
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    Poll: Re: Dead or Alive

    Here's another rabbit hole for you Denise; I read this 2008 Twinseltown blog post years ago and liked it so much that I bookmarked it:
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