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Post I wish all of you and your loved ones a painless death
Ordinarily, I would not post a link like this in the RV Forums:

http://alt-market.com/articles/310-after-the-collapse-who-will-your-neighbors-be

I've done so, however, not merely due to a sense of urgency and the fact that things will be 'heating up' on Mother Earth, sooner than later, but because the author succinctly addresses something that I have maintained -- and what many have given short shrift to -- verily, a key personal sanctuary related point, to wit: people (economic collapse victims and/or Killshot survivors) will need other people -- the right kind of people. You might want to peruse the article, in one of your remaining moments...

Major Doom

Note to whom it may concern: I have room in my work docket for only one December personal sanctuary Geofix client -- first come, first served. If that is prospectively you, email me at EdDames@PsiSpymaster.com

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Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:51 am
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Post Re: I wish all of you and your loved ones a painless death
I will take on one January 2012 sanctuary client.

May God help us all...be/stay strong.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plz9JxsnhH4

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Is the spot taken?

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Katherine wrote:
Is the spot taken?


Best method to inquire about 'sanctuary' projects would be to PM the Major directly from this forum.

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Post Re: I wish all of you and your loved ones a painless death
Ed Dames wrote:
Note to whom it may concern: I have room in my work docket for only one December personal sanctuary Geofix client -- first come, first served. If that is prospectively you, email me at EdDames@PsiSpymaster.com


Actually the best way is to do as his post says and contact him via:

EdDames@PsiSpymaster.com

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I stand corrected Kocmodpom. That one snuck by me...

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I feel the need to bite my tongue.

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Katherine,

Oh no, do not hold back, if you think, like myself....

That the Major is sugar coating the horror we are about to face... then...

... you need to say something.

Unless your referring to the GeoFix setup for your sanctuary, then, yeah, PM him, because his e-mail gets backlogged with spam from Kocmodpom sharing his favorite recipies. And I usually load his e-mail with links to my favorite porn websites. So... try PM first, then his e-mail.

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Kocmodpom is sharing his favorite recipes with the Major?!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyophYBP_w4

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Usually just sharing wine selections.

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"If I were to wish for anything, I should not wish for wealth and power, but for the passionate sense of the potential, for the eye which, ever young and ardent, sees the possible. Pleasure disappoints, possibility never. And what wine is so sparkling, what so fragrant, what so intoxicating, as possibility!"

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Beautiful citation/quote. Attribution please!

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SOREN AABY KIERKEGAARD --- Danish Religious Philosopher (1813-55)

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Post Re: I wish all of you and your loved ones a painless death
Reminds me of a 'cheese Danish' incident in my life...

One morning, just after buying my treasured NY coffee and cheese danish to-go breakfast, I was walking to RV class with Ingo from my 'secret' mid-town Manhattan lodging when, almost literally, I stumbled upon a skinny black man, dressed in a brown, polyester suit ("Only a cad would wear a brown suit" -- Winston Churchill) -- fluids coming out of most, if not all, of his orfices, who happened to be looking up at me with near-death eyes. Hundreds of people were skirting him, walking robotically forward in their catatonic, New York City just-got-off-the-train-time-to-go-to-work robotic cadence.

I looked dead into his dead eyes and, not knowing what else to do, I reached into my paper bag and said, "Sir, are you hungry?" "Would you like something to eat" (i.e., my treasured NYC famous cheese danish) -- at which point his eyes glazed over, he looked in my eyes, uttered a death rattle, and died. I put the damned (now ghost-spiced/pierced) pastry back into the bag, and began to feel quite stupid. After all, the last thing that this man needed was a cheese danish.

I found a NYCPD officer, not too far away, and said, "Officer, a man has just expired on the sidewalk, over there."

Then, I proceeded to class. I remained pissed off most of the day -- why me -- until it hit me. I think...I believe, that this human being was trying his best to hold on/out long enough for an act (final) of 'human' compassion, if he could, before checking out. Major Doom just happened to have had the misfortune (fortune?) to enact that wish.

That is one man's 'cheese danish' story.

I'm not allowed to talk about some other things...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTzA_xesrL8

Find them out for yourselves -- if you're able.

Doom

P.S. -- Nothing is ever 'lost'

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http://www.facebook.com/pages/NOAA-NWS-Space-Weather-Prediction-Center/232532740131296

Merely a portent of things to come...

Start digging in, folks -- but make certain that your 'hole' is in a Killshot survival zone.

I will consider taking on one February personal sanctuary Geofix client. As usual, first come, first served.



The best laid schemes o' mice and men
Gang aft a-gley
And leave us naught but grief and pain
For promised joy


- Robert Burns 1759-1796


Indeed.

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Post Re: I wish all of you and your loved ones a painless death
Ed Dames wrote:
The best laid schemes o' mice and men
Gang aft a-gley
And leave us naught but grief and pain
For promised joy

Oh, how true. No matter those promises made by men or gods.

Translation for those a little rusty in Olde English: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_a_Mouse

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P.S. -- Nothing is ever 'lost'

This is a little gem that got me thinking. There's two types of lost: Being truly vanished from past, present and future – which we now know is not possible. Or being lost in a sea of information, because no sentient being ever picks it up again intentionally or unintentionally. This is statistically impossible under the postulate of infinity/eternity, but quite possible under the assumption that everything can indeed end.

Things to mull when all books are read while huddled in the shelter... If anyone feels it makes sense though, I'd love a thread dealing with remote viewing turned on itself. If exerting more effort is not feasible now (but when is it ever?), I'd like to collect what has so far been learned about remote viewing by remote viewing and how it was done.

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Touching ''cheese Danish" story.....

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Touching ''cheese Danish" story.....


Had no idea when I submitted that quote, that it would've reminded the Major of such a profound memory. What an amazing story!

sanctuary>email>porn>recipes>wine>quotes>danish author>danish pastry>death

talk about your chain of custody!

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Within (outside of?) an extraordinarily googleplexed multiverse, it's all actually quite simple: Regardless of your time-space-creature nativity and present position/situation therein, try the best that 'you' can to chose wisely. Destiny will take it from there; you're never really 'on your own' (unless you choose to be).

And please just ignore or buy into any/all of that befuddling (to non-homo noeticus Earthling types) gratitude/service/love hyper/pseudo-New Age crap that you might encounter along the way. Life is way too short to deal in/with such bullshit. Don't allow this 'God' junk to get to you or interfere in any way with your sleep.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBCTgooR-EQ

Good luck, troopers! I feel your pain. Drinks are on me, on the other side -- wherever the hell that is.

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Ed Dames wrote:
you're never really 'on your own' (unless you choose to be).

Just knowing, or being able to trust, that one has that choice at all, would be an achievement. Big Brother say don't even think about going there.

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...pseudo-New Age crap...

I find some delight in witnessing the occasions when such crappers haphazardly produce a morsel of good without recognizing themselves what it really is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A71gopP1SsY

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