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CrowintheSnow

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  1. Many people don't have those kinds of phones. Crap. So what do they do? They hurry up and buy one like good citizens! Those who don't....don't travel. Travel today, (thin end of a wedge)....then it'll be trains, buses, dentist tomorrow, Tesco's next day.
  2. I have lots of moss too. Not so much on the lawns as every other place you can imagine. My paths are prone to it, much more than usual, I noticed recently. Part of the reason is the rain we had over winter and the early part of 2021. I actually don't mind moss. Lovely and springy to walk on. It never needs mowing. But unfortunately the grass in between does, and moss is pretty unstable so when you mow, it gets messed up. Plus it turns brown and dried up when the heat starts. And, on another note I noticed that during the first lockdown there was an absence of chemtrails. Yet during our second one (UK) there they are again.
  3. I hope you are continuing to recover nicely and can eat a bit more now? Testing a sample is a good idea.. Well wow....a doctor with some brain cells! But yes, people with other illnesses are getting sidelined. Health services dont seem to care any more if they are in stage 4 cancer, pain or what. They are not Covid so they go to the back of the queue. I heard a story the other day about this pretty young girl late 20s who had been diagnosed with cervical cancer. By the time (months later) she got any help it was stage 4. I mean....WTF?? The living practicalities of Agenda 21 I suppose. So sad.
  4. Buy a piece of land far from the beaten track in Canada. Live in an army tent with woodburner until you get a cabin built. What comes along with that has to be the toughest piece of work imaginable and I don't know all the "laws" there, but if I were 30 years younger that would just capture my heart and soul.
  5. Echinacea angustifolia tincture (if you can get it). Myrrh tincture (if you can get it) Golden seal made into tea. This is very bitter, and only 1/8 teaspoon makes a cup. Marshmallow root tea. Meadowsweet, Peppermint, Fennel, and Camomile tea. Peppermint, Fennel and Camomile are easy to get at supermarkets, otherwise possibly Amazon Prime? Next day delivery? That's what I would take anyway. Fast too, except for electrolytes and water. When belly just might accept food, white rice and well-boiled chicken, added salt only. Sorry you have this. I have had IBS since last March. It came on suddenly. Horrible. It flares up then goes away.. Poss. some kind of long Covid in my case, but not even sure of that. My belly is a mess right now. Trying to get some appetite up for dinner as it's eight hours since I ate even the simplest small thing. I hope you are feeling better soon. (Oh and yes. I saw chemtrail bastards happily patterning the sky about 3 fucking days ago.) And farmers piling slurry everywhere.....sheesh...)
  6. I lived without a TV licence for ages. You're right, nobody came a knockin'. Now I have no TV and still nobody comes a knockin'. Nobody can ever find this place that's why. Though I have often invited them to visit, they are scared of the dark "No street lights!!" they whine.
  7. I can kind of relate to this, though it might sound a bit woo-woo. In 2018 I "caught" something that changed my energetic frequency seriously and it happened suddenly. It wasn't even a classic "flu". Literally one moment my normal self was putting logs through the splitter...the next moment I couldn't feel my heartfelt thoughts. (as well as some weird physical symptoms) I couldn't find my Soul. Long story I won't go into unless anyone wants to be bored by reading a list of how someone felt rotten But it went on....and on....and on. Doc. could find nothing wrong with me. Tests, neurologist, nothing could find anything wrong with me. I tested for EMFs. but even when everything was switched off and silent, the feelings were still there, messing not just with my body but with my energetic self. I'll add that I have no history of any mental illness. (I live in a very remote place, so there were no EMFs/wi-fi etc from neighbours or surroundings. My meter registered nothing outside at all.) Strange thing....sometimes it completely lifted, maybe for a few moments, an hour, or even a complete day or more, when I could easily tune into my normal energetic self again. It lifted, and came back like someone flipping a switch. It's been on-going since 2018, but I now make an effort to focus, and kind of meditate I guess, and that helped. Oddly during the actual Covid infection (April 2020) I didn't get that sense of separation at all, nor for a few weeks after recovery. My immune system and herbal medicines dealt with it well, I think. That is one of my own personal main reasons I'm not going anywhere near the vaccine. Something happened in Spring 2018. I have no idea what though.
  8. Yes I did mine too. I can't afford to lose £1000. It's way too intrusive. The old censuses I am sure weren't like that. I checked a really old one once for record of my Nana and where she lived as a girl. Just her familys' names, their address, how many in the household, and what relation to each other, plus occupations I think. Now they want to know your sexuality., your religion, your colour. I always imagined one's sexuality was one's own business. What fucking right have they to make a database of who we fuck and who we worship? Or the colour of our skin?....then whether we have central heating or not....a car..... Way too intrusive. Apt (?) or ominous don't you think, that they are collecting all this stuff right now?
  9. I'm alone and I say NO. But keep that to myself among people I know. I am even ready to tell porkies if strictly necessary!
  10. I feel for you. I can also completely understand her. I wouldn't go near it with a barge pole, but I can't help thinking we are all responsible for our own choices. We can never hope to control another person's freedom of choice even when we love them dearly. From a balanced point of view, there is a chance she will be okay in the long term. Not everyone is going to be the same with this. Infertility may not happen to her. You never know. Just be there for her, love and support her. You have presented the options, the risks, and the reasons against. You have done your best. Remember -fear is the thing they want to rule us by. Love is a billion times bigger than fear. Don't let this erode your love for each other. That's where we always win against the matrix. Two family members of mine have had the jab already (1st dose) I keep my cards close to my chest. Don't want to lie to them but keep quiet about my choice NOT to have it.....we'll see where that gets us in time to come. Fortunately I've no desire to travel anywhere I can't get to on foot. But for any journeys needed further than that, I have my own car, and am an oldie so no worries about "career". But it must be tough for younger people in this modern world. That said, I sense that the whole "vaccine certificate" concept could spread its tendrils into places we haven't thought of yet.....like visiting the dentist? And certainly any emergency A&E medical stuff...., most likely other necessary things.....which gives me the heebie jeebies about how this is going to pan out.
  11. Poor girl. I am indeed sorry for your loss. My girl was doing pretty well too even aged over 14, chasing frisbee, racing about in the fields. The Spring before she died she leapt a 3ft fence, just because she could. The only one thing that didn't titer well was Lepto. When the vet suggested a single shot of that I agreed. She was possibly exposed to Lepto with our lifestyle. (Muddy water, rodents, squirrels etc) Within 2 months she developed hemangiosarcoma. Okay, she was nearly 15. She might have had a genetic tendency (Lab/Vizsla in her), it might have happened anyway. But my instincts felt that her old girl immune system, doing a good job on its own, was finally shot by the Lepto jab.
  12. I know that, you know that, most of us here know and anyone who has investigated vaccines knows that. True. I'm looking at it from the "mainstream thinking" point of view for a minute, and from that way of thinking, if the vaccine is supposed to be our saviour (as most of the population have been brainwashed to believe) -then what I'm saying is, from their viewpoint the magic vaccine is there to protect them (greatly if not 100%) So why should they be scared of being with someone who wasn't vaccinated? I just don't get why the vaccinated should have any worries about all those who hadn't had the jab. Coming from that brainwashed mainstream thinking point of view, then the whole "Refuseniks are endangering me and my family by refusing the vaccine" makes no sense to me. Yes, and on that note, re dogs: I had a dog who survived Parvo. A certain vet clinic treated her (before I rescued her) They had medical records on that dog. She was naturally immune. (were they so dumb they didn't know how immunity works?) They vaccinated her for Parvo . It made her seriously ill within about 12 hours and she was ill for 4 days. I thought she was going to die. A fit athletic happy healthy dog one day ....vaccinated....desperately ill within hours. The vet denied her illness had anything to do with the vaccine but it was obviously related. I assumed they knew she had natural immunity but nope. She did recover very well. I got titer testing for her from then on. Titers on Distemper, Parvo, Hepatitis all sound for the rest of her life! The bastards would have given her boosters every year, all unnecessarily. Evil if you ask me. Fortunately I wised up, and she was a strong girl.
  13. The argument that those who are unvaccinated are a danger to those who HAVE been vaccinated is the biggest load of tosh ever. Billions of people want to have it. They think they'll be safe if they get vaxxed. Otherwise there'd be no point to it at all, right? So why the heck are they so scared of anyone who hasn't been vaccinated? It makes absolutely zero logical sense. That's what the measles vaccine idea is based on: it means if you come up against measles virus,. don 't worry, you won't catch it because you had the vaccine! Same with any other vaccine. Why would this be any different? I have never HEARD anyone talk like that before re: vaccines There has to be something more going on with all that emotional pressure in families, among friends, etc
  14. My dog was naturally immune for Parvo, because she survived it just before I rescued her (2001) The clinic where she had received medical care obviously had her records. It was to that same clinic I took her for her yearly health check and *vaccinations*!!! I was pretty ignorant then. I believed the vets knew what they were doing, but I always had this sneaking concern about "should she be vaccinated for Parvo when she had lifelong immunity?" But they kept shooting her up with it every year. The vet assured me it was fine and she was being protected in the best possible way. Then one day (I think 2006?) she had a severe systemic reaction immediately following the combo. vaccination. She was so sick for three days and went off her legs, couldn't eat, I was syringing teaspoonfuls of water in her mouth every hour etc. The vet absolutely denied it couldd have had anything to do with the vaccine. But I suddenly woke up, did a lot of research, and refused any more vaccines -ever. I had her "titers" taken yearly instead. And guess what? She was immune to Distemper too, and another thing in that combo. And still was five years later (I presume from previous vaccinations.) Yes it cost me three times as much. I asked the vet why he didn't let people know about that option! He said no-one had ever asked for that Yes, it was all about sheeples and baaaaaa!!!! We do what we're told by "authorities" and don't THINK. And if the vet says it's fine, it's fine. I honestly think they don't care, just like you said. She lived, super fit and well right up till her last 6 days, when she was aged 15. Jumping fences at nearly 15! Chasing frisbee. One good dog.
  15. Tammy, I had it too last year. I've had many "bugs" before, and a few types of flu in 68 years, (the bad ones in late 50s and in the 60s and some nasty unnamed ones in later years.) but as soon as it hit I knew it wasn't like any flu I'd had -ever. There was something very very weird about it. Anyway I got over it, on my own, by the fire, using simple traditional herbal remedies and breathing eucalyptus in steam, getting plenty of sleep. And it went on its way though gave me wobbly legs for 2-3 weeks, and I lost so much weight rapidly, I looked scary to behold. (The weight came back to normal after a couple of weeks though) Believe in "convalescence" with this, because you will need to convalesce. I would say for a good three weeks. Rest, don't push yourself and do only what you have to do. If you don't need to work -don't. The bed and the sofa are going to be your best friends. But when your fever's down and stays down, if you have a garden etc, try to get some fresh air and gently move about. I believe the virus is real having experienced it. I believe it is a deliberately engineered virus that has nothing to do with that wet market in Wuhan, wildlife, bats or whatever the cover story is. And I feel this virus was unleashed in order for people to be willingly (indeed, pushed to the point where they would PRAY for) ....ta da!!....the VACCINE!! And this taking place from Antarctica to Greenland. The whole world. I believe a tremendous level of fear like the whole world hasn't known before has been ramped up quite deliberately, the darkest lies have been and still are being told . So yeah, I believe it's a real illness, and it is way weirder than seasonal flu. Though I accept that some will disagree with that. It's OK I don't mind. However....it didn't last as long as flu with me. I have been more ill with other things. I can imagine some wouldn't fare well with it, if they had underlying serious problems, but many people would be able to fight it if their immune systems are working well. Yes it's nasty. But I hope you and your family are feeling better soon. Take care and REST.
  16. People out exercising are "highly likely to have coronavirus" ?? I believe I had it. What I got was sudden, dramatic, nothing like any flu I ever had in my life, knocked me to my knees, but was quickly gone. I'm no youngster, and not exactly an ad for a perfect lifestyle too. It's nasty but not worth the fear mongering. I have had flu worse than that in the past. But....one thing I could not do was go happily jogging around. Stairs were enough, and transplanting a few seedlings. Felt like I'd gone up Everest without any O2.....for about a week or 10 days. It took me 2 weeks to do two laps of the back field (2 acres) The only ones you'd see exercising with it are dog walkers. Because you have to. Dogs don't "get" house arrest.
  17. There is a radio ad that they are still putting out (I paraphrase): They were also running that ad during the well-below-freezing temperatures a couple of weeks ago. Completely bloody stupid. Of course no mention of air currents, wind directions, through-draughts (to where? A little corner of the dining room where all the Covid particles are having a mass convention) who's standing where in said air currents, occupants' hypothermia thresholds, or granny sitting in the far corner sucking up all the lovely germs blowing her way, while shouting "Shut that sodding door! Were you born in a freaking barn?" Who dreams this stuff up? I admit I have had nefarious fun with many announcements and radio ads since early March last year. They have entertained my mostly locked-down imagination and prevented insanity.
  18. I don't know, @Fluke I live in the middle of nowhere, have been too old for a job for a few years, and am massively out of touch with the "real" world. I wonder if the job centre or recruitment agency might be able to tell you? But I do have the most perfect hidey-hole just off my land just in case some government twerps come round with bright ideas about poking ME down the throat with sticks. They will just not find me at home. The only problem being that having a smoke in it would be a dead giveaway, sniffer dogs would find me in max. 3 minutes and it's pretty freezing at night, plus it's only 3ft high, 5ft long and....well, say no more.
  19. Yes, so I hear. That's on the Aliens' repertoire too. How interesting There's a joke somewhere here about Uranus, but I just can't capture it
  20. All about fear and body-invasion. Who needs Aliens?
  21. I thought the same thing early last year. All you'd need to do is hack something interesting up from the back of your throat and spit it into a cup. Then I read somewhere (sorry I can't recall where now.) that can indeed be done. But that disappeared and I couldn't find it again. Meanwhile all the images we were getting were health officials dressed up like space walkers, poking sticks down peoples' throats. Haha....I bet they had to evolve to the nasal test! However, equally torturous in its own exquisite way. Being poked with a stick down the throat and the gag reflex don't go together very well. Especially soon after breakfast..... I couldn't work out if they were really that stupid? I came to the conclusion they probably were, based on the stupidity of "news" items I kept hearing. In my opinion there seems to be no need for sticks poked anywhere. But what do I know? Medics would come up with a "scientific reason" you bet.
  22. I'm not sure David comes in here But thank you for the above Anja. I will certainly watch it in a few hours.
  23. I don't want the jab for a few reasons. So far I've had a couple of letters "reminding me". One from the local cottage hospital to arrange an appointment. Two....or possibly three phone texts, and one voicemail. I ignored every single one of them. They haven't melted me down yet That form is just a waste of paper, but part of the pedantic methods they use in the government-target-framework they've all been told to adhere to. Bollox. Set fire to it .
  24. That poor young woman. Bless her Soul where she has gone, and may she be in a lovely place.
  25. Weird....I wonder if they make yellow peppers wear those stickers. (The ultimate camouflage.) Some bananas might be exempt too.
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