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Awesome and interesting article.

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Some interesting videos on this site, from down under

http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum ... 171738/pg1


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Has anyone tried Remote Viewing what the last Holiday was before the Killshot?

That would be a great help if it worked. An Easter Egg/Pumpkin/Christmas Tree/American Flag is very recognizable.


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Can we all agree on the following?

RE: Project TBNL postulates
A - Earth is 1 AU from Sun
B - Celestial object that causes CME is currently 1 AU from Sun
C - Earth is within 2 AUs from celestial object that causes CME

RE: Pre-cursors
(1) Kim Jong Angry - Is S. Korea nuclear attack pre-cursor event?
(2) Fire in the Sky - Chel'yabinsk, U.S. East coast (Friday)?
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/ ... 2520130320
Upcoming meteor shower dates:

Lyrids Night of April 21 In view most of the night
Eta Aquarids Nights of May 4/5 Early morning crescent
Perseids Nights of August 11/12 Sets after midnight
Orionids Night of October 21 In view most of the night
Leonids Night of November 16 Full
Geminids Nights of December 12/13 In view most of the night
(3) A man-made space object forced down (due to meteor showers?)

RE: Bluejersey -> Easter?

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DangerMatt wrote:
RE: Bluejersey -> Easter?


Any event/happening (ex. Holiday) that has specific symbols/archetypes that we know occur in a specific time-frame/date (Like Easter or another holiday).


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My apologies for raining on the parade.

Please continue to post away.

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DaingMaing wrote:
My apologies for raining on the parade.

Please continue to post away.


Don't apologize, I was for sure into the fear porn that you describe. But as the year began I have unsubscribe to most of my YouTube fear porn channels. Cause at the end of the day it didn’t make feel good.

And I know where my sanctuary is. I have a clear plan how to get there. I am working on few contingencies if my plans don’t go smoothly. But we do what we can with what we got.

The point I try to make is if are prepare, you don’t need to be fearful. Every one fear the unknown(especially me, a non RV’er) but I try not to fuel it with garbage fear porn that people throw out on the internet
Don't apologize


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Speaking of fear porn, I renewed my FAA medical and am scheduling a biennial flight review as my sanctuary is so isolated it is only accessible by air.

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Kocmodpom what if the instruments on your plane doesn’t work?


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VFR

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You are not going to believe this undergranite but I actually know what FUBAR means. Keep giving me hell…I deserve it sometimes. I love you man.

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soory boss ;)


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Steven wrote:
Kocmodpom what if the instruments on your plane doesn’t work?


I was wondering that too, if GPS is out. Wouldn't a Kawasaki zx14 get you there just as fast? Depending on where there that is. Since MorganFarrel and I are heading to the same general area you're welcome to tag along


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Norbert77 …yes I didn’t know if small aircraft depended on GPS these days. I guess there would have to be some way to manually fly in case something happened. It would be great to have some type of network setup to know where other remote viewers are in cases like this. Probably not much time left for that. I heard that the old ham radios with tubes in them would still work.


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There is the old "dead reckoning" way of map and compass if the GPS is out, but if he's going while the CME is active, it's possible the compass will be inaccurate too. AT that point it's down to looking at the ground features and matching them with the map.

However, I think the whole point of finding the the precursor events is to go when the first one shows up, so I sincerely hope he bugs out while all the navaids are up.


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I'd like to think Kocmodpom ran a target similar to
My sanctuary/ optimum transportation if he settled on a plane

As a side note, we can rv tomorrow's front page news, if we could figure out what newspaper business if any is in the Korean Peninsula that could get wiped out we could maybe see the last front page news they print before being vaporized. Or the last Sunday's print beforehand


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Norbert77 wrote:
I was wondering that too, if GPS is out. Wouldn't a Kawasaki zx14 get you there just as fast? Depending on where there that is.


The location is only accessible by air which means rough terrain and no roads, not even logging trails. It would take days by horse, but I don't have a horse. Consider it the matrix optimization since I already have over 150 hours of flight time, a private pilot certificate, and potential access to a plane equivalent to what I trained in.

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I guess there would have to be some way to manually fly in case something happened. It would be great to have some type of network setup to know where other remote viewers are in cases like this.


You don't even need a radio to fly in Class E or Class G airspace.

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Exactly.

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On Ison;


The Jan. 30 UVOT observations reveal that ISON was shedding about 112,000 pounds (51,000 kg) of dust, or about two-thirds the mass of an unfueled space shuttle, every minute. By contrast, the comet was producing only about 130 pounds (60 kg) of water every minute, or about four times the amount flowing out of a residential sprinkler system.
"The mismatch we detect between the amount of dust and water produced tells us that ISON's water sublimation is not yet powering its jets because the comet is still too far from the sun," Bodewits said. "Other more volatile materials, such as carbon dioxide or carbon monoxide ice, evaporate at greater distances and are now fueling ISON's activity."
At the time, the comet was 375 million miles (604 million km) from Earth and 460 million miles (740 million km) from the sun. ISON was at magnitude 15.7 on the astronomical brightness scale, or about 5,000 times fainter that the threshold of human vision.
Similar levels of activity were observed in February, and the team plans additional UVOT observations.
While the water and dust production rates are relatively uncertain because of the comet's faintness, they can be used to estimate the size of ISON's icy body. Comparing the amount of gas needed for a normal comet to blow off dust at the rate observed for ISON, the scientists estimate that the nucleus is roughly 3 miles (5 km) across, a typical size for a comet. This assumes that only the fraction of the surface most directly exposed to the sun, about 10 percent of the total, is actively producing jets.
An important question is whether ISON will continue to brighten at the same pace once water evaporation becomes the dominant source for its jets. Will the comet sizzle or fizzle?
"It looks promising, but that's all we can say for sure now," said Matthew Knight, an astronomer at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Ariz., and a member of the Swift and CIOC teams. "Past comets have failed to live up to expectations once they reached the inner solar system, and only observations over the next few months will improve our knowledge of how ISON will perform."
Based on ISON's orbit, astronomers think the comet is making its first-ever trip through the inner solar system. Before beginning its long fall toward the sun, the comet resided in the Oort comet cloud, a vast shell of perhaps a trillion icy bodies that extends from the outer reaches of the planetary system to about a third of the distance to the star nearest the sun.
Formally designated C/2012 S1 (ISON), the comet was discovered on Sept. 21, 2012, by Russian astronomers Vitali Nevski and Artyom Novichonok using a telescope of the International Scientific Optical Network located near Kislovodsk.


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Since I know nothing about flying how does one know if they are flying over restricted air space if they have no GPS? Would you know this using VFR?


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Steven wrote:
Since I know nothing about flying how does one know if they are flying over restricted air space if they have no GPS? Would you know this using VFR?


If you didn't know how to do that, your instructor would never certify you were ready to take the private pilot examination. If you forgot, the FAA would remind you once by permanently revoking your pilot certificate. There is a lot of training that goes into acquiring a pilot certificate (not a license) these days.

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Steven wrote:
Since I know nothing about flying how does one know if they are flying over restricted air space if they have no GPS? Would you know this using VFR?


Controlled airspace is marked on the aeronautical charts you use to navigate In VFR.


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The location is only accessible by air which means rough terrain and no roads, not even logging trails. It would take days by horse, but I don't have a horse. Consider it the matrix optimization since I already have over 150 hours of flight time



If you're so isolated, is there a community nearby in case you need help wih something? Ed warns to stay away from the bunker mentality.


Isn't there a prophecy Fatima that the last sister will reveal the beginning of the end seven days before it starts? If that was set up correctly and we knew it happens or not that could be a time marker as I'm sure it would make the news


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Ok I did not know there was a certificate and license. I would imagine you would have to know a lot to fly. (a plane)

Like Norbert77 says...what if there is a real emergency like a bear decides to take a bite out of you or you get bit by a rattlesnake? Or a forest fire? Would you have fuel stored at your sanctuary to bug out if you have to?

I would have some punji stick pits scattered around.


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There is no "license" there is only a "certificate."

...and to Norbert, I didn't pick the location, sometimes you just have to trust the Matrix knows best.

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