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Athenry04

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  1. Ha ha after 2 years of Cocid, I have zero empathy left. This is fucking hilarious, hope that girl looks back on this in years to come and is embarrassed as fuck.
  2. I'm proper enjoying the pure shite being pumped out now...
  3. Yeah I heard this as well, like it was injected via some sort of reptile bite like a snake. I'll see if I can dig it up in my files and shit.
  4. Initiation of some sort, loads of paid for celebs have sported them at one time or another. I've heard everything from punches to snake bites ( a particular snake that is used for the bite).
  5. Whilst I know there's a huge overlap, these guys (the queen RIPers) are even worse than the covidiots... Fucking hell man
  6. A psychics take on all this... https://psychicfocus.blogspot.com/2022/09/rip-queen-elizabeth-ii.html?fbclid=IwAR1FWtVP7y3mYofHmKDzzQFrau1LJSwJyv7ssVyMiXbGDpux28mRxBJAemQ Q. With the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II, what does that mean for the country? Will the transition of power be seamless? What about Charles? A. As I move forward with this reading, this is not meant to be disrespectful. I've seen this very differently than the news states... Let me elaborate.. Thinking on this announcement, I get that it needed to FINALLLY be announced and done. I have seen that the queen passed many months ago, and they kept her image alive through using body doubles and reduced public appearances. The monarchy belonged to some of the most powerful Powers That Were which has kept the remaining monarchy influence alive. The monarchy knew long ago that to survive certain alliances needed to be make. The Queen was instrumental in many of their practices (sort of a team), so her essence was important to keep the momentum going, therefore they needed her image to remain. The time finally came that they felt they could release the "news" of her death. I get the timing has to do with some type of astrological position. It was ok to relinquish power and release it to her son. I get that Charles was prepped, prepped and prepped some more, and the people in control felt it was safe and Charles would "grow into the part." Charles responds to influence and fear, so they have someone they can control. I get the monarchy will gradually feel weaker. Even though Charles knows what he is to do, he doesn't feel to be the same level of caliber (and willing to do the needed things with conviction) as the Queen. I fully see we are on the brink of a war, and to some extend they needed a weaker monarchy that would play their part and allow the PTW to try to take control. We are in for some interesting times! Watch for news of w-a-r or w-a-r like activity, and how England gets manipulated by it. Stay safe by dispelling fear! Stay knowledgeable. Love and light, Lynn
  7. Also I haven't heard a cod yet, but if it's covid, then I'll laugh like woody fucking woodpecker.
  8. Still maintain she's been dead since last year, and the stockholm syndrome currently being displayed on facebook is astonishing and sickening. I'm baffled.
  9. The date 08/09 has to be significant , good find.
  10. And the bodies that turned up intermittently usually of attractive young ladies near the grounds of her estates. Fuck her.
  11. Social media is hilarious at the moment as the peasants pour forth fake grief for someone they never met, and who couldn't have given a flying fuck about them. I realise we are nowhere near any awakening when I read that shite. To be frank, fuck her and whoever comes next.
  12. I tend to agree, though I'd also imagine the estrogen in the drinking water and secreted on the inside of tinned goods hasn't exactly helped the issue.
  13. Oh I think it is absolutely, the 'toxic testosterone' gives it away. But it's not too far from the pish they publish, the gap between satire and reality is getting thinner.
  14. Yeah watched them both, and yeah there is clearly a creepy undervibe that Theroux is trying to explore. Just find the wording interesting, as it does seem to imply he reported something but that's as far as it went, presumably due to the power Saville wielded. The fact this was an open secret, makes the likes of Truss and Rantzen for example even more disgusting with their RIP tweets.
  15. So from reading this it appears Theroux knew for years before the old cunt's death about his seedy side. Also how do you 'try' to report sexual abuse, you either do or you don't. Very odd wording.
  16. I'm glad this tweet has resurfaced. Writing RIP for a man she knew fucking well was a seriously bad nonce necromancer type bastard. She is fucking dreadful and I bet she can't wait to oversee a fuck load of deaths this Winter.
  17. Yeah man, I think they're starting to panic, apart from certain countries where not many questions are being asked by the general populace (AUS, NZ etc), most places seem to be waking up. I'm not claiming that this is the start of the much heralded 'Grand Awakening', but something is defo happening, I can just see it in the way people are talking now, it's like the blindfold is slipping. I'm sure the cabal see this, and are uping the stakes before their house of cards potentially crumbles.
  18. Fuck I think I've been here, is this Oxford?
  19. Due to David's name popping up in the corona virus mega thread, it was suggested that this topic merited its own thread. David Paulides clarifies the phenomena better than I ever could, so I'll leave some interviews which are excellent at the end. I listen to shit like this in the gym, great stuff. Missing 411 refers to the staggering amount of people who have vanished whilst in national parks and other wilderness areas. Initially this research focused on the United States and Canada, but as time has gone on, it has become apparent that this is a global phenomena. Now clearly people disappear all the time for a myriad of reasons, but what's set this particular phenomena apart is that each case needs to fit a defined set of criteria laid out by Paulides. For example if it was know that a person intended to vanish or at least fake a vanishing it would not fit. Same with animal attack, if a cadaver was recovered indicating predation, then that too would be discarded. That isn't to say that some of the cases covered aren't animal attack, but simply that no evidence could be found. These cases date back to pre-colonial times and certain areas where these things happen were known to the natives. Now David isn't the first to write about missing people, but as far as I'm aware he was the first to link them together into clusters and notice patterns between the cases. there are lots of researchers now working on these topics due to the sheer rabbitholes and branches it's possible to explore. A few things that makes these cases different to just accidents or predation are that: 1. People can vanish leaving no trace and their bodies are never recovered. 2. If bodies are found, then they are found in areas already searched, or at distances that would be impossible for the person to have travelled. Sometimes just a few bones may be found years later. 3. Bad weather sets in and seems to hamper search efforts. 4. Specialist search dogs are called in and rarely in ever find a scent, despite dogs like these being able to find traces of blood in the Mccann's boot. 5. Occasionally random items are found years later like a walking boot, or clothes. 6. The disappearances can be split second events, people may be walking together, look around for a second and upon looking back the person has vanished. 7. Government and military agencies turning up to also scour the area, despite not having been contacted by local sheriffs etc. 8. People of higher IQ seem to vanish more often as do people on the autistic spectrum. 9. People of Germanic descent seem to vanish more often (in the states). 10. People who are discovered alive have no memory or tell odd stories about being with their 'nan' or being looked after by a bear. 11. The parks are aware of these disappearances but keep a tight lip on it. 12. These disappearances appear to take place in clusters, so you may get 10 vanishings within a national park within 10 years, then nothing for 50 years and then the same again. 13. A large number of people who vanish do so at locations with foreboding names or have 'devil in the title (see Paulides book, the devils in the detail), this harks back to the native american prior knowledge of areas they just avoided. 14. People's cars and wallets are often found which seems to rule out crime as a motive. 15. A disproportionate number of people vanish near boulder fields or berry patches. 16. Water also plays a role. There's probably more, but these are the ones that jump out. Paulides himself is careful to not come up with a reason for these disappearances, he just gives the cases. Many people think he's alluding to bigfoot in these cases as he was a bigfoot researcher before a chance encounter with some forest rangers one day, but this is unfair, there's so much going on here that some cases defy any explanation. I have a few possible suspects that I'll discuss later on in the thread. Two interviews that give a good overview, first one with Tim Binall, second one with where did the road go. Both good. https://www.cyberears.com/Browse/playaudio/27319 Potential criticisms David's work has attracted criticism over the years, most notably from the fact that some cases have been debunked. For example he states the facts as he found them, then other researchers have found extra details about the same case and found that it was a normal vanishing, e.g. man walking out on his wife. Again with the sheer number of cases included, this doesn't mean the body of his work is also flawed. A good discussion on this is here... Secondly, as discussed with @Dickwan earlier, people have claimed to have found discrepancies in his back story, regarding his role in the police, the length of his service in law enforcement, and the reason for leaving. This may be a case of trying to discredit the person rather than the facts, but it's worth mentioning as presumably a statement of service or the like would banish all these claims. Again I have no idea about the veracity of the fraud claims made against him, but it's no different to us discussing Max Igan, Hugo Talks or even David Icke's potential closets. Thirdly, he's attracted criticism for the price of his books, but this is generally down to the sellers on Amazon banging extortionate prices on them, so is not directly his fault. His style of also just listing cases in the books with the associated facts, and little discussion has attracted criticism, but he comes from the background of facts as opposed to page turning authorship. IMO his books are good to dip in and out off, and see the sheer bizarreness of some of the cases. I'll leave it here for now, but what i will say is that I'm sure dodgy shit is afoot in the world's wilderness areas, and I'll get more into that later as well. Paulides is clearly a smart man, and although he'd never say it, I'm of the opinion he also smells something brown and squidgy with regards to covid, but he's smarter than to come straight out and say it I guess. Slainte.
  20. Will do pal, his work is heartbreaking on occasions. The Dennis Martin case is particularly disturbing, and yeah the guy defo does care, that is clear in his presentations and interviews. Which forum is best for a thread?
  21. As i personally don't know the man, I'm repeating what I've heard, hence my use of the word 'apparently'. You know the bloke? Fab, i don't but these rumours right or wrong do pop up a fair bit, and when discussing someone, it's fair to mention potential criticisms. I didn't even mention what he was allegedly dismissed for, so it was hardly a character assassination, more of a 'keep an open mind type thing'. I also followed his dispute with fellow researcher Steph Young, which I feel he over reacted about at the time, so I'm just going off what I've seen and heard. For the record I have purchased most of his books including his bigfoot ones, and have enjoyed them. His research defo needs a thread though, as I love his interviews and docs.
  22. He has lots of interviews on youtube, well worth listening to, and free unlike he books, which are expensive. The 411 mystery is very strange. Regarding his past, he left his job after being convicted of fraud, and was never a detective but a traffic cop apparently. None of this necessarily negates his research, but does conjur a few red flags over his honesty.
  23. Hate is a strong word, but I feel an emotion akin to this for your jabbed colleague, ha ha.
  24. Paulides is very careful about what he says, even his past, which is not quite what he makes out. But the 411 stuff is fascinating and I've read his books and watched his docs. Defo something weird out there in the woods and wilderness.
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