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On 9/9/2021 at 12:04 AM, whatthefoxhat said:

Offering done,however lovely and warm so stripped to my shorts and dived in,very therapeutic swimming in such a spiritual place

 

The long trek back nearly killed me though

 

On 9/9/2021 at 12:11 AM, Macnamara said:

 

perfect day for it!

 

there are negative ions at beaches and at waterfalls.....that's why people are often drawn there and enjoy a walk along the sand even though they don't know why

 

witches would conduct ceremonies in waterfalls

 

You see we shouldn't dismiss people with old ways by some kind of hocus pocus.

There is a science to it.

If you carry pollution (positive ion) then of course, if you visit a waterfalls or river, you get to discharge your positive ion and that makes you feel good. If you think everything is energy, this makes sense.

 

So is pyramid. I know you guys diss elites using pyramid but pyramid itself is not a bad thing.

The elites uses it because they know it works. It's just a tool but a powerful one at that.

A half baked knowledge weakens you. But they wanted that. They didn't want you know the truth so they implanted warning such as 'satan' so that you'd be triggered and stay away from knowing what its.

I go the other way. If they say don't go there, I investigate. You should know this by now though.

Anything they say not to...is probably a good thing for you.

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

Tesco is like 50/50 maskists now even in air strip clownworld central where I live. Im wondering whats changed with the virus. Does it only come out when its raining, as they seem to wear them more often then. I seriously doubt these people have wised up atall so not kidding myself.

 

2019 - waterboarding is a horrific form of torture

2021 - people willingly waterboard themselves

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2 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Im sure the pine tincture or dandelion tea would suffice, as with NAC or asparagus and suchlike for glutathione production.

But it does seem that alcohol is problematic.

iirc further back on this thread there was mention of people being recommended to not consume alcohol directly before or after being inoculated.

 

 

Interestingly, alcohol and asparagus are the two things I craved recently. My body knew.

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On 9/8/2021 at 3:16 PM, skitzorat said:

From the NZ Ardern Podium of Truth Govt. Look at what it says is in the Pfizer vaccine. 'It's made up of chemicals & ingredients that include very small amounts of fats, salts & sugars'🤣

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awww how thoughtful of them to have written in a way that children could understand.....

Nothing sinister. McDonald serves fats, salts and sugars too.

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1 hour ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I'm quite shocked re masks at the moment.

Where I live it's genuinely around 90% unmasked, both in shops and on the streets.

It was probably the other way around a year ago.

 

It's due to the vaccine.  The authorities realise that insisting on mask-wearing after double-dosing them all was untenable, so they've relaxed things.  This will change if the government announce that a New Deadly Variant that is immune to the vaccines has been found to kill people and masks must be worn again.  Then you'd see most of these people wearing the masks again.

 

In other words: they're still the same compliant sheep.  They're not wearing the masks anymore because they've either been told they don't have to or not told they have to.  

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1 hour ago, shadowmoon said:

I didn't know that, there is some similar chemical reaction going on in all these vaccines.

 

When I worked with AIDS patients in 80's and 90's there was clearly a destruction of their immune systems happening. Gates and people like him in the past have been pushing all kinds of drugs and vaccines on people...especially in Africa. Maybe it is no coincidence they say AIDS came from Africa. Kary Mullis seemed to despise Fauci and all he stood for...also those working alongside him. He mentioned "they have an agenda" I think Kary Mullis knew what it was...and was unable to break through to stop them. I also find it odd that AIDS was linked primarily to homosexuals...they were also a target of the Nazis in WW2. Drug users were also targeted re AIDS. I worked with hemophiliacs with AIDS too... so definitely blood borne.  Totally systemic and yet supposedly from one green monkey. Covid, claimed to be from a bat...yet supposedly cured by an injection involving tissue from the green monkey. What are we missing?  

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3 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

'm not really much of a gold bug as its mostly out of my reach. For most people it is too expensive and doesn't come in small enough sizes to actually trade for day to day goods in a black market economy

 

I think gold will have a barter value and gold coins will always take up less space per value than silver,which has remided me i DO have some gold left albeit in the form of ladies watch dials that weigh 0.2 grammes each,lovely swiss hallmarks as well,i had a phase of buying rolled gold for the price of silver pre covid and i used to refine it at home but got shot as soon as i could

 

Bic lighters and candles will have a price far exceeding gold one day

 

Precious metals will be useless, or if of any actual use, they will be a dangerous liability unless you are armed to the teeth because you will be robbed.  The bartering will be over food, skills and manual labour.  The more you have of those three, the more secure you will be, save that stores of food, if known, could bring about the same problem as a hoard of metals.

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1 hour ago, zarkov said:

"Apathy" I reckon.

Psychological trauma. Over a year of being bombarded with propaganda, threats, 'science' and bloody experts has turned the average person into a hollow shell of a human being. I have noticed that empathy is in very short supply, having been replaced by hostility, especially towards those of use who have resisted.

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4 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Further to my financial thoughts one that keeps coming into my head is the fact that should there be a mass die off in the comming weeks and months the amount of people dying intestate will increase exponentially as the age range goes down,younger people are far less likely to have made a will People finding themselves in the position of having had a relative in such an unfortunate position will then have the increased hassle of fighting the state for what is rightfully theirs and given their ability to dance roughshod over minor legal technicalites will see the biggest property and asset seizure in favour of the state since communism was invented

 

Intestacy is just rules for the distribution of property without a provable will.  It has nothing to do with seizure by the state.  If you mean seizure by the tax authorities due to lack of planning, this may happen but it is possible for administrators of an intestate estate to get round this by putting assets into trust and/or varying how the intestacy rules are applied.  Most people would just sell the assets anyway.

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Just now, Ergo Storm said:

 

Precious metals will be useless, or if of any actual use, they will be a dangerous liability unless you are armed to the teeth because you will be robbed.  The bartering will be over food, skills and manual labour.  The more you have of those three, the more secure you will be, save that stores of food, if known, could bring about the same problem as a hoard of metals.

 

That's why people need to band together where possible. When times get really tough, it isn't just the government that will be feared. Neighbour will turn on neighbour.

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2 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Tesco is like 50/50 maskists now even in air strip clownworld central where I live. Im wondering whats changed with the virus. Does it only come out when its raining, as they seem to wear them more often then. I seriously doubt these people have wised up atall so not kidding myself.

Honestly think it changes depending on day, time etc. Been on maybe 1 in 100 masked, next time just me and my lady massless

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Just now, Ergo Storm said:

 

Intestacy is just rules for the distribution of property without a provable will.  It has nothing to do with seizure by the state.  If you mean seizure by the tax authorities due to lack of planning, this may happen but it is possible for administrators of an intestate estate to get round this by putting assets into trust and/or varying how the intestacy rules are applied.  Most people would just sell the assets anyway.

Rarely, in my experience, have I seen an estate escheat to the state.

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32 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Giant Red Pill

On a timeline to fuckville!

https://www.bitchute.com/video/3ZnQjwAqUZHY/

 

 

 

I think that guy sums it up nicely.

 

When we call people 'sheep' it's important to remember they aren't as soft as sheep, just that they tend to stupidly follow the leader. Many of these 'sheep' are as hard as nails and will tear apart anyone in their way once they finally realise the full truth. As the guy says, distance yourselves.

 

This shit was never about the wu-WHO-JEW-mu-flu!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Psychological trauma. Over a year of being bombarded with propaganda, threats, 'science' and bloody experts has turned the average person into a hollow shell of a human being. I have noticed that empathy is in very short supply, having been replaced by hostility, especially towards those of use who have resisted.

I agree completely and out of likes -  though was summing up in response to DaleP's earlier post

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