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There's even a passenger called Paul-Henri. Now who was the driver of Diana's car in Paris again?

 

Anyone who gets in these vessels has to sign some sort of "death waiver", so they know (through choice or by force) that it's very possible they won't come back. Is this an "escape route" for certain people from whatever they are facing in their life? Blackmail, scandal, money probs, depression, terminal illness they want kept secret.

 

There's always so many odd things leaked through the media with these stories.

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51 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Is this an "escape route" for certain people from whatever they are facing in their life? Blackmail, scandal, money probs, depression, terminal illness they want kept secret.

Do you mean faking going missing?

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5 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

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I have good reason to believe this is a secret Masonic Lodge hidden in plain sight, there are loads of single shoes in them thar baskets, BUT, never a pair!🤔 They either have a lot  of monoped or monopod clients, or it's Masonic, because a Monopod was a mythological Dwarflike creature from Greek mythology with a single,  large foot extending from a leg in the Centre of their body, they were also known as Skiapod, respectively meaning 'Large Foot' and 'Shadow Foot'!

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By Jove, I believe I'm onto something here, 'Quickly Watson, the games afoot'!

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I've never laughed so much.......🤣🤣🤣 Thanks Mr Crabtree 🤣

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Yesterday,  it was reported that they had 40 hours of oxygen left.

 

Today's news reports, that they have 40 hours of oxygen left...

 

Have I gained 40 hours somewhere? A time-slip perhaps? 🤔

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Velma said:

Yesterday,  it was reported that they had 40 hours of oxygen left.

 

Today's news reports, that they have 40 hours of oxygen left...

 

Have I gained 40 hours somewhere? A time-slip perhaps? 🤔

 

 

They are either deep  in the twilight zone, or, it's sloppy reporting there by the msm, 🤔 going off script?🤔 their masters won't like that, AT ALL!🤐

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On 6/20/2023 at 9:58 AM, CarpeDiem said:

It's great the way we, the little sh*7s have to be told in big bold headlines .......A BILLIONAIRE is missing.

These billionaires will do these things the rest of us will never be able to afford.

Maybe now in a situation they for once cannot pay their way out of. What's the saying? Oh yeah..........pays your money, takes your risk!

If you an afford that much for a ticket, are we going to miss you? Shame about the crew. Some people in trouble and doing a Stonehouse?

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34 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

If you an afford that much for a ticket, are we going to miss you? Shame about the crew. Some people in trouble and doing a Stonehouse?

 

I find quit a lot of this going on in everyday life. Rich businessman gets bored, uses his wealth and influence to try something highly dangerous, pays the consequences.

 

In my area a well-known haulage boss bought a helicopter. He'd had no previous experience of flying a chopper but hey, what could possibly go wrong?

 

Well, something did go badly wrong and it ended in the deaths of himself and one of his sons.

 

Rich boys and their toys, coupled with huge egos and zero experience make a bad mix, unfortunately.

 

 

 

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Mind you, you don't need to be particularly well off to experience a trip underwater.

 

In 2000 we went on a cruise & stay in Barbados. The Atlantis Submarine was moored just off Bridgetown so we went for a dip on it. It seats about 48 people and is underwater for around 45 minutes, diving to about 150 ft to view the coral. It was great and we saw all sorts swimming around, including turtles.

 

Ok, it's nowhere near as risky as the Titanic submersible, not by a long shot, and I get that, but sometimes you have to take some risks to enjoy life to the full, otherwise what's the point?

 

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The coral reef was amazing viewed through the large domed window at the front. It was brilliantly lit up by the sub and the colours were beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

Mind you, you don't need to be particularly well off to experience a trip underwater.

 

In 2000 we went on a cruise & stay in Barbados. The Atlantis Submarine was moored just off Bridgetown so we went for a dip on it. It seats about 48 people and is underwater for around 45 minutes, diving to about 150 ft to view the coral. It was great and we saw all sorts swimming around, including turtles.

 

Ok, it's nowhere near as risky as the Titanic submersible, not by a long shot, and I get that, but sometimes you have to take some risks to enjoy life to the full, otherwise what's the point?

 

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The coral reef was amazing viewed through the large domed window at the front. It was brilliantly lit up by the sub and the colours were beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That was a voyage to see beautiful things though...in a more controlled way with less risk. You do have to wonder at the motive behind cramping yourself up, without seats or shoes, thousands of feet down into the depths where a famous shipwreck is located with all of the tragedy, death and morbid fascination attached to it.

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On 6/20/2023 at 12:36 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

1912: several very wealthy men go down on board the "Titanic".

 

.....and one year later came the Federal Reserve.

 

Could this be part of their use of Symbolism and Ritual to introduce another monetary system ? .......Just an idea ....

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https://thomassheridan.substack.com/p/the-startingly-profound-summer-solstice?utm_source=profile&utm_medium=reader2

 

This was an interesting article. 

 

The Startingly Profound Summer Solstice Argury of 2023 - 111 Years Later...

The Fate of the Titanic Tourist Billionaires Reminds Us All that we Live in Anything but an Ordinary Mortal Plane of Existence. Stella Maris or Isis. The Archetype Remains the Same.

 

Those billionaires will be consumed by the aquatic hell mouth of the Titanic on the Summer Solstice. Breathe their last at the point where the Sun shines the brightest, while they expire within total darkness surrounded by strange-looking creatures who will never know the embrace of Helios. The shining Lukke.

 

 

If I was one of the Globalists I would take this, along with the strange weather, as powerful auguries and go into hiding. Globalization symbolically began with that Night to Remember and it has come full circle with the fruits of this vine self sacrificing itself to the original Abyss. A symbolic offering to Dis Manibus. "To the Manes".

 

 

I do not think Sara Mondaini and I featuring the spiritual aspects of the Titanic on the season finale of Hocus Focus last Sunday evening was an accident either. It was a requiem mass by noetics.

 

The Moksha Patham karmic lesson cycle of the Hindus is based on a 111 sequence. Lord Shiva is at the top floating in a boat of all things. The Nagas wait in the depths to swallow the hubris of the profane.

 

The Aztec priests were always going to eventually feed themselves to Huitzilopochtli when the Conquistador ships were sighted off the coast.

 

 

Trust the Science...

All those thousands of eggs we dropped into the Flowing Waters in 2020 are arriving at the bottom of the ocean now.

 

Mother Hyrda's babies, it is all coming full circle now.

The rainbow colours of the Pride flag turn to total blackness within the cthonic, Leviathan-swarmed Abyss during the dying month of the profane…

They don't call us "occultists" for nothing.

Natural Law is the supreme arbiter

 

 

Now you tell me that you exclusively live in a world merely composed of meaningless coincidences devoid of gods and magic.

You live inside a Saga. You can call it Fate, Predestination, or Quantum Retrocausality …either way, take note.

 

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7 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

I find quit a lot of this going on in everyday life. Rich businessman gets bored, uses his wealth and influence to try something highly dangerous, pays the consequences.

 

In my area a well-known haulage boss bought a helicopter. He'd had no previous experience of flying a chopper but hey, what could possibly go wrong?

 

Well, something did go badly wrong and it ended in the deaths of himself and one of his sons.

 

Rich boys and their toys, coupled with huge egos and zero experience make a bad mix, unfortunately.

 

 

 

I won a helicopter in a raffle, but had nowhere to keep it, so I used my initiative, topped it up with aviation fluid, tied a large rope around it and left it hovering 100 feet above my house! Then, and here's the clever bit, I charged all the Neighbours a smallish fee to dry their washing in super quick time, then came the downer, several sheets came loose and fucked off over the horizon with such velocity they ended up in Abu Dhabi and they charged a small fortune to courier them back to their owners!🫣

When the Neighbours nicknamed me 'The Sheet of Araby' I decided that they were taking the piss, and the dry sheet business folded after that! 🤫 Even now I get the odd remark from one or other of the ladies in my area 'How's yer chopper doin' these days mate'? 'I bet it's put the wind up a few ladies bloomers in it's time, 'eh'?🤨

They need to grow up, they really do!🥴

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2 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I'm pretty sure this is just another media distraction...

 

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Wasn't the Faulding fella "disgraced" after being unable to find Nicola Bulley's body despite leading an 'experienced' team of divers?

Plus, what on Earth would he know about this particular type sub? Anyone can have a theory. As long as they're not the conspiracy type.

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4 hours ago, Fluke said:

https://thomassheridan.substack.com/p/the-startingly-profound-summer-solstice?utm_source=profile&utm_medium=reader2

 

This was an interesting article. 

 

The Startingly Profound Summer Solstice Argury of 2023 - 111 Years Later...

The Fate of the Titanic Tourist Billionaires Reminds Us All that we Live in Anything but an Ordinary Mortal Plane of Existence. Stella Maris or Isis. The Archetype Remains the Same.

 

Those billionaires will be consumed by the aquatic hell mouth of the Titanic on the Summer Solstice. Breathe their last at the point where the Sun shines the brightest, while they expire within total darkness surrounded by strange-looking creatures who will never know the embrace of Helios. The shining Lukke.

 

 

If I was one of the Globalists I would take this, along with the strange weather, as powerful auguries and go into hiding. Globalization symbolically began with that Night to Remember and it has come full circle with the fruits of this vine self sacrificing itself to the original Abyss. A symbolic offering to Dis Manibus. "To the Manes".

 

 

I do not think Sara Mondaini and I featuring the spiritual aspects of the Titanic on the season finale of Hocus Focus last Sunday evening was an accident either. It was a requiem mass by noetics.

 

The Moksha Patham karmic lesson cycle of the Hindus is based on a 111 sequence. Lord Shiva is at the top floating in a boat of all things. The Nagas wait in the depths to swallow the hubris of the profane.

 

The Aztec priests were always going to eventually feed themselves to Huitzilopochtli when the Conquistador ships were sighted off the coast.

 

 

Trust the Science...

All those thousands of eggs we dropped into the Flowing Waters in 2020 are arriving at the bottom of the ocean now.

 

Mother Hyrda's babies, it is all coming full circle now.

The rainbow colours of the Pride flag turn to total blackness within the cthonic, Leviathan-swarmed Abyss during the dying month of the profane…

They don't call us "occultists" for nothing.

Natural Law is the supreme arbiter

 

 

Now you tell me that you exclusively live in a world merely composed of meaningless coincidences devoid of gods and magic.

You live inside a Saga. You can call it Fate, Predestination, or Quantum Retrocausality …either way, take note.

 

Yup, the sun officially died today, making its way back down to the edge of the world, and will be reborn at Christmas. 
 

Rituals in the afterglow of the solstice on the pyramid stage next.

 

It truly is a weird world, but runs like reliable clockwork, every year. 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I'm pretty sure this is just another media distraction...

 

24 hours left!

Isn't that to the 23rd when NATO's current (and largest) war games end .... although Russia thinks that they will continue but for real .... and Russia have stated that they will use nukes??

 

Maybe just a countdown for those in the know?

 

Near term doom porn .... lol

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I read this article this morning and still haven't heard of any updates to it ...

 

 

British rescue mission for Titan ‘blocked by US officials’

By Jamie Bullen 20 June 2023 • 9:59am

 

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OceanGate Expeditions submersible vessel Titan, which has gone missing during a voyage to the Titanic shipwreck
 

A remotely operated vehicle capable of winching the stricken submersible Titan out of the Atlantic has been blocked from joining the rescue mission by the US government, The Telegraph understands.

 

A team from deepwater specialists Magellan Limited has been waiting to leave an airport in the Channel Islands since 7pm on Monday, but approval for take-off has yet to be received.

 

The Guernsey-based firm produced the first full-sized digital scan of the Titanic last summer, the largest underwater project of its kind as two submarines put together 700,000 images of the wreck.

 

Bretton Hunchak, former president of RMS Titanic, Inc, which collaborated with Magellan, says the company has essential equipment and expertise to help locate OceanGate’s Titan submersible that went missing on a dive to the wreck of the luxury passenger liner, which sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in April 1912.

 

But despite receiving apparent clearance from the Ministry of Defence to leave UK airspace, the American government has allegedly yet to authorise the team’s request to join rescuers 435 miles south of St John’s, Newfoundland.

 

Mr Hunchak said US officials have indicated they would prefer to use a New York-based vessel capable of exploring 3,000m below water, whereas Magellan’s can plunge depths of up to 5,000m.

 

He added Magellan’s remotely operated vehicle was unique in that it was likely the only asset available to have a winch capable of dragging submersibles from the depths of the ocean. It can also detect signals and send them above the surface.

 

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A rescue operation is underway in search of the technologically advanced submersible vessel Titan
 

Mr Hunchak said the desperate situation was “painful” to him as he described Paul-Henry Nargeolet, a Frenchman reported to be among those on the submersible, as a “personal mentor”.

 

He told The Telegraph: “We have British, French and US citizens on board and every minute here counts. This is not a rational decision, this is the only asset we have with a winch and the guys are experts in this area.

 

“Why not run both vessels? The more help we can get the better and denying us means you are giving up on every option you have to save lives.

 

“These are irreplaceable human beings.”

 

More here ...

 

 

 

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