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  1. I doubt this to be so. Simply because the soul/spirit transcends our physical 3D normality.

    I would guess that the vaccine is more to do with depopulation, by means of adverse effects and sterilisation.

    I know 2 women who have confirmed become infertile after receiving their 2nd jab and 1 woman lost a healthy, unborn baby in around the 20 something week mark.

    I know of men who have had strokes and one died from heart failure within 3 weeks of getting their 2nd jab.

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  2. I only really get to watch the YouTube snippets from their channel. I disconnected my TV from the aerial almost 8 years ago now.

    From what I see, I quite like it so far. It gives a healthy balance to debate and perspectives, with both left and right leaning people complaining about it.

  3. 3 minutes ago, Mark.colley said:

    I agree it is a generalisation, but I also have a problem with the people who put themselves forward as Marshalls at events. The mind set of I must control and tell people what to do. That's the mind set I have s problem with. Don't shout freedom then tell me what to do, if someone wants the jab, let them, just let me live my life without harming any living thing. 

    I sort of agree there. I think those who volunteer to be marshals are the ones who like to have a sense of self-importance in the community to sooth their egos. They're probably the ones who complain to Ofcom because they've read on social media that whatever they aired or published offended someone - even though they themselves didn't see it at the time lol.

    I know of probably 5 (give or take) people who volunteer for things like that. And if I'm remembering correctly, they were all either bullied or excluded from cliques in school. In fact I could probably bet a month's wages on that lol.


    Totally agree that they should live and let live. It's just unfortunate that some people just can't get around that idea and can't help but interfere with someone else's lives. It's a sad existence to live, really.


  4. I can't help feel that that is perhaps a slightly unfair generalisation.

    I'd safely bet that most of them don't really know or understand what the force is being used for. After all, a vast majority of people on any side of warring factions wouldn't see themselves as "the bad guys" or would think that they're doing the bidding of sinister people.

    The traditional bobby on the beat might still happen in rural areas, but I'd put the ignorance of today's police officers down to being more of a generational thing.


    The new new generations have been indoctrinated and raised to be more self-centred and now to become more reliant on authority.

    Admittedly, I've asked a police officer for directions once and they couldn't tell me due to not being from the area. I wasn't threatened with arrest. But that's not to say it doesn't happen.

    The teacher's pets that you describe that I knew of in school have either become artists, nurses and one, if I remember correctly, became a driving instructor.

    The "bullies" I know of are, generally, unemployed, working as labourers or something in farming. I don't personally know of anyone who bullied others in school to have made something worthwhile of themselves.

    Most cops I know don't fit the description you gave. I personally know 2 cops who would be described as crooked. One was running a scam where he'd take the wheels of a police car and replace them with cheaper tyres, whilst selling on the original ones. He was found out and left the police before he was fired.

    Another was done for having been caught dealing in drugs and accepting "protection money" from other dealers.

    By the way, I'm not having a go at you. Your opinion may have been formed from going through different experiences. I just think it's an unfair generalisation, is all.

  5. I haven't had a problem posting yet, despite being vocal about some of the issues you've spoken about too.

    But I'm well too aware that YT are a bit Orwellian in regards to what they allow on their platform.

    Ideally, there should be a campaign to launch a new platform to rival YT. DailyMotion and the likes are a stalemate and won't progress any further.

  6. Where there's a will, there's a way. The answer will come to you when you least expect it, I suspect.

    I hope it comes quickly to you too, to alleviate your worries and stresses for no longer than is necessary.

    P.S. Following thread with interest.

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  7. On 5/12/2021 at 10:56 PM, Shake said:

    Funny how they find money for these so called art projects but not for the homeless or destitute. 


    David Hockney must be laughing all the way to the bank. Sadiq Khan continuing to waste money with these retarded projects


    There must be a meaning to this that eludes me, it looks like an alternate gender symbol


    They infantilise the public. Child drawings and diagrams in case we struggle to understand! 


    The joke is on us. Absolute piss take









    I've seen more impressive skidmarks left in a toilet bowl than his "art", if I'm perfectly honest...

  8. On 5/8/2021 at 9:41 AM, alexa said:

     King Solomon was known for his wisdom, his wealth and his writings. He became ruler in approximately 967 B.C.E. and his kingdom extended from the Euphrates River in the north to Egypt in the south. His crowning achievement was the building of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Almost all knowledge of him is derived from the biblical books of Kings I and Chronicles II.


    Solomon accumulated enormous wealth. He controlled the entire region west of the Euphrates and had peace on his borders. Kings I states that he owned 12,000 horses with horsemen and 1,400 chariots. Remains of stalls for 450 horses have in fact been found in Megiddo, the place where Armageddon  is to take place.


    People from surrounding nations also came to hear Solomon’s wisdom. He composed 3,000 proverbs and 1,005 songs. He wrote the Song of Songs, the Book of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes.



    One thing he is famous for, though, according to Jewish tradition, he knew everything. He knew as much as God knew.

    Solomon's legend comes down to us in many forms: Some thought he could turn lead into gold, conjure demons or become invisible. Jamaicans credit him with discovering marijuana, which they called the Wisdom Weed.


    In order to build the temple, there were secrets he could only learn by capturing a demon. The demon gets loose and does terrible things to Solomon.


    An Early Method Of Solomon's DNA forensics


    This story starts off with this rich guy who sends his son to Africa on business, he goes off to Africa  for a couple of months, while the son is in Africa his father dies. Upon the sons return he finds out that one of the slaves has made claim to his father's estate in the pretence that he was his son. However the real son took his claim to Solomon.


    To solve this problem, Solomon had the sons father's body exhumed, then had the slave and the son give him some of their blood. Solomon took their blood and poured it on the father's bones, whereby the slaves blood did not affinity, but the real sons permeated it, and so the son won his case.


    Sheba's hairy legs

    I also found it interesting to read that When the queen of Sheba arrived and came to Solomon's palace, thinking that the glass floor was a pool of water, she lifted the hem of her dress, uncovering her legs. Solomon informed her of her mistake and reprimanded her for her hairy legs.


    I believe that Solomon could conjure up Demons at will with his famous Ring that he received from God himself.









    The narrator in that is so damn annoying lol

  9. I'm aware now that the concept of "the rapture" is a relatively recent one, thought to gave gained traction in the US among their Protestant populace.


    I'm also aware that Catholicism have a slightly different teaching and belief about how people will go to heaven compared to their Protestant, Coptic and Orthodox counterparts.

    But what was that original belief?


    I've heard many different variations, but I can't seem to find the original belief.

    P.S. This is not a thread to debate on the legitimacy of Christianity, or if it's the "one true religion" or a fairytale. I'm looking to discuss the earliest fundamental beliefs on the end times.

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  10. I've noticed this too, seeing headstones from centuries ago denoting people having died in their 70's in the 17-1800's.

    I've been aware for a long time now that "official" data could well be fabricated, with the authors of which full well knowing that it'll be accepted.

    Could they use this "data" of a "longer" life expectancy to justify their mass sterilisation when it's finally discovered by masses of people who can't conceive any longer??

  11. 5 hours ago, oz93666 said:


    Zacharia Sitchin definitely got the broad picture correct . The Annunaki are the slave masters here, still, ( working with the reps) ...They came here thousands of years ago genetically tampered with us , ruled over us , walked among us as "Gods" ...

    But Sitchin had the ridiculous idea that they travelled in Rockets !  ... We know from many sources the Annunaki civilization is Billions of years old , and they have had anti gravity propulsion for nearly that long ....


    So Sitchin goes looking for evidence to back up his ideas , and imagines he finds rockets everywhere , like this Egyptian tomb painting which he said showed a rocket  ... this was soon exposed as non sense see here ...  http://artisticlicenseorwhyitrustnoone.blogspot.com/2018/08/sitchins-rocket-in-tomb-of-amenhotep-huy.html




    This is a trap many of us fall into , We get an idea or theory about something ,  like corona , then selectively screen information to back up our theory and miss the whole picture  ... 

    David did a similar thing with another Egyptian Tomb painting , he thought he had found a depiction of a reptilian in the Tomb of Ti ,  see illustration in 'The Biggest Secret' . ...it turned out to be a jar of blue lotus beer .


    The pottery vase of blue lotus beer  DI mistook for a Rep. 


    Yea, I agree. And that 'Rep" depiction I never bought as a depiction of an extraterrestrial lol. Especially the vase-like neck/face 

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