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5 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

Isn't it because he reads the forum?

It's an echo chamber.....

His videos throughout the convid thing so often mirrored what was being said on here. I noticed that there were two posts early on in this thread that were mirrored in a video of his that quickly followed.

 

I guess it's inevitable that thoughts will often overlap and coincide because the agendas at play don't change; though it does often look like he's directly lifted observations off this forum.

 

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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

family complain against the fake news media and the facilitator is not happy

 

Ofcom 'extremely concerned' by family media complaints

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-64713045

 

From your link: The BBC News:

 

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Evan Harris, former director of campaign group Hacked Off, said: "There's one big difference between the people on social media, who I condemn, and newspapers.

"That's the editor. These purport to be an edited, curated product, therefore they can be regulated and they should be regulated. It's hard to regulate a bloke in his basement."

 

 

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2 hours ago, Truthblast said:

 

In almost all of them it is the left "unholy" eye that is black.

 

"The eye that sees the world BLACK is the left".

 

How very occult of them...

 

(punches himself in the eye)

 


More likely simpler in that most people are right-handed and so will punch their opponents left eye.

A lefty puncher would cause a right black eye.

 

I wouldnt credit these types with occult knowledge! 

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On 2/21/2023 at 10:07 AM, SuperstarNeilC said:

Ophelia (/əˈfiːliə/) is a character in William Shakespeare's drama Hamlet (1599–1601). She is a young noblewoman of Denmark, the daughter of Polonius, sister of Laertes and potential wife of Prince Hamlet, who, due to Hamlet's actions, ends up in a state of madness that ultimately leads to her drowning.

 

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Ophelia is an 1851–52 painting by British artist Sir John Everett Millais in the collection of Tate Britain, London. It depicts Ophelia, a character from William Shakespeare's play Hamlet, singing before she drowns in a river

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I just saw this mentioned on a video. The tree in Shakespeare's tale happens to be a weeping willow. 

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17 minutes ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

Today, The Sun newspaper.


[Note the ”33” at top of page]

 

QUOTE from text, centre of page:

 

“Kienna Dawes, 23, damned Lancashire Police in a suicide note after going missing. …”

 

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'Domestic abuse'. Are they implying that Nicola was also a victim of domestic abuse at the hands of her Husband Paul?

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1 hour ago, Saved said:

I just saw this mentioned on a video. The tree in Shakespeare's tale happens to be a weeping willow. 


William Shakespeare Master Mason 

 

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A particularly spectacular indication of Masonic interest in Shakespeare occurred at the laying of the foundation stone of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in July 1929. On this occasion there was a massive Masonic ceremony, presided over by the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England and attended by over 600 Masons in full regalia. The scale of this jamboree points to the fact that the Craft takes the Bard very seriously indeed.

 

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1 hour ago, SuperstarNeilC said:


William Shakespeare Master Mason 

 

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A particularly spectacular indication of Masonic interest in Shakespeare occurred at the laying of the foundation stone of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in July 1929. On this occasion there was a massive Masonic ceremony, presided over by the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England and attended by over 600 Masons in full regalia. The scale of this jamboree points to the fact that the Craft takes the Bard very seriously indeed.

 

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Well that is an inside joke Shakespeare is as real as Nikki Bullshit … all his work was written by Edward de Vere and other contemporaries 

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2 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

Today, The Sun newspaper.


[Note the ”33” at top of page]

 

QUOTE from text, centre of page:

 

“Kienna Dawes, 23, damned Lancashire Police in a suicide note after going missing. …”

 

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It’s really sad and pathetic that this is happening all the paper wasted for this fake news 

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19 hours ago, BeeThrive said:

Yeah, the psychic industry is a minefield, lots of ‘cold readers’ mystic meg types, but the ones with a genuine useful gift are usually not well known.
 

The lady of the lake vision doesnt surprise me. This case likely will propel his ‘psychic career’ (if he does it as a job), and has put him in the limelight to the entire world. 
When an event is going to happen to us that has a profound effect on our life, we can perceive via visions and dreams info about that future event years before it happens.

Finding Nicola likely links with that vision of the lake he had years ago.

 

Sleep is the usual time for anybody to receive visions, IF they remember their dreams. We're travelling the mental/emotional planes mostly when we sleep. We exceed the boundary of 3-D earth fixed-time and can travel freely along timelines when our consciousness is ‘loosened’ from the physical.

Mediums who have waking day-time visions tend to have a persona that is ‘loose’,  they’re not very ego-earth-bound and seem to ‘travel’ and read the mental and emotional planes while fully conscious. Of course the dead no longer inhabit a physical body, so they are ‘to be found’ on the mental/emotional/close-to-earth planes. Especially as they know they are lost, and people want to find them. Psychics zero-in on the subject/person and receive the mental/emotional info from the dead.

 

 

From a practical perspective, how on earth did the dive crew miss checking that tree overhanging the river?! Anyone knows that is a perfect place for anything floating to drift into and snag in it. Its not like the entire river-bank had trees growing into it everywhere. There’s literally just one tree along that stretch. 

 

 

A thought occurred to me today when wondering how a strong swimmer drowns in shallow water. If nicola had THE jab….a ‘sudden’ arterial or aneurism event would cause dizziness and loss of balance.

There’s videos of the jabbed who suddenly died and the hallmark of that kind of sudden clotting death is spasm, arms outstretch, loss of balance, body spinning, then drop.

If that were to happen to someone near a river, the likelihood of them ending up in it would be very high - especially with such a steep sloped bank near that bench she was at. It would also explain why she could have drowned, despite being a good swimmer, as she was likely too immobile/ill to save herself. 
The police didnt bother treating the bench area with forensic sensitivity so that info of her movements there was lost with so many walking over the scene.

 

I dont know if cause of death will be made public. Surely the family want to know at least, and im sure the procedures are being done to determine cause. 

IF it was a ‘sudden’ illness event…well we all know who’s to blame for that….and it ain’t friggin’ alcohol or menopause! 😉

 

 

Spot on the psychic part.

 

Whether she lost her consciousness due to jab..... it is possible but then that doesn't explain the phone and harness.

I presume that she didn't expect to have a heart attack so she wouldn't have left them on the bench and presumably she was still walking the dog.

 

You can order a copy of death certificate which should state the cause of her death.

 

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44 minutes ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

It’s the same thing. - The writers, de Vera or Sir Francis Bacon or whoever, were all 33rd degree Freemasons themselves.

 

Do you think Harry Potter was written by JK then?

It has full on occult concept as if she's an expert.

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1 hour ago, DaleP said:

 

Spot on the psychic part.

 

Whether she lost her consciousness due to jab..... it is possible but then that doesn't explain the phone and harness.

I presume that she didn't expect to have a heart attack so she wouldn't have left them on the bench and presumably she was still walking the dog.

 

You can order a copy of death certificate which should state the cause of her death.

 

I can well imagine if i had a zoom call, i’d sit at the bench, take harness/lead off dog as usual, so dog can have an off-lead mooch about around the field sniffing hedgerows etc while i listen-in on work zoom meeting. Then i feel suddenly weird/hot/dizzy, so put phone on bench and stand up to stretch, maybe take coat off, but ive fainted and fallen/stumbled/rolled down the bank into the river, leaving phone and dog gear on bench. Dog returns to bench to find no-one but the belonging, and is found sniffing around the area frantic. Swimming dog who saw owner fall into river would likely follow…therefore i think even the dog was awol when she ended up in the water.

 

edit:  the videos of folks having sudden circulation heart issues, were all just working normally then suddenly they evidently feel weird, try to stand straight, end up spinning and falling, then brief seizure…i’d link the videos if i could find it, but its unpleasant viewing - think i saw it linked on the vax injury thread, a bit chute vid of a collection from cctv vids, all showing the same etiology of ‘sudden death’ in previously young fit healthy people. 
Having seen those vids is what had me wondering if nicola unfortunately experienced the same. Its the only thing to make sense why a strong swimmer drowned in shallow water - illness struck causing unconsciousness, causing fall into water. 

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