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Has anyone heard of Metatron health analysis?

It came out of Russia and supposedly used by Astronots when they become ill.

As the name suggests, it analysis your condition and also be able to treat via the pair of headphones.

https://lyfemedical.com/health-analyze-hunter-metatron-nls/

 

There are other brands which are virtually the same machine but promoted with different names because all the Russians took off to a different parts of the world when the former Soviet Union collapsed.

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On 4/12/2022 at 8:21 PM, DaleP said:

Has anyone heard of Metatron health analysis?

It came out of Russia and supposedly used by Astronots when they become ill.

As the name suggests, it analysis your condition and also be able to treat via the pair of headphones.

https://lyfemedical.com/health-analyze-hunter-metatron-nls/

 

There are other brands which are virtually the same machine but promoted with different names because all the Russians took off to a different parts of the world when the former Soviet Union collapsed.

 

Further to my post above, the physicist says when he read the leaflet of this product he thought its description was utter nonsense but after someone in the know got in touch with him he said the leaflet did not describe it properly. He said this machine works per Twister theory. Our current physics cannot explain things like super natural powers such as psychic, healing or even ability to bend a spoon but this Twister theory can explain it. This machine basically measures 'space' around us to identify anomaly which causes dis-ease. So those that seems to possess supernatural abilities are basically doing it without the machine. He said the key is your pineal gland..... 😉

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A random observation...moan....

There was a queue for the self-checkout. Then I looked to see what's going on and there were loads of till free but people in the front of the queue were busy looking at the phone and others were just following the sheep in front. 🤦‍♂️ I lost it, walked pass them and said there were loads of free tills and everybody followed..... 🤦‍♂️

 

I reckon it's so easy to lead those off of a cliff than any other time. It's their fault of course.

Just say JUMP! and see. 😂

 

Anyway, I don't want to be queueing when there is a food shortage so I've decided to master a manifestation/teleportation. By this, if I ever need a bag of sugar, I'll never have to go to a shop. It will just manifest on a table. I think this is a skill everyone should get it now. You could also have a bag of weeds and your dealer will think he smoked it. Pigs can't arrest you for shoplifting because you weren't there. 😁

 

Post the link or PM me if you find out how YOU do it. I have some idea how it could be done....

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Didn't want to clog up ops thread I found this the other day might not be your cup of tea but it's round our neck of the woods @EnigmaticWorld

 

Lesness abbey wood has an interesting history and ancient. Was covered in sea millions of years ago I dug up some dinosaur teeth bones and shells that are over 40million years old. 

 

 

 

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@EnigmaticWorld any local history you are interested in I might know so feel free to PM me matey I've read quite a lot about north Kent area and studied some old maps not as attentive as I'd like but picked up lots of info over the years.

 

These guys seem interesting I've always wanted to find a hidden cave. They did a tour of some old abandoned mental asylums. I tried to get into one once but it was under construction and had security and dogs guarding it so didn't risk it. Sadly it's been refurbished and turned into flats now.

 

 

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@Fluke

 

Appreciate the vids. I have a lot of memories of Darenth. I would be dragged on long walks all the time around there with my old man as a kid. I didn't take much in back then though, and the local history definitely interests me more as an adult. I remember riding around those areas a lot with my primary school friends too, our parents probably didn't know where we was half the time. Not sure if I would give kids that much freedom in today's society. We could be around Darenth, Dartford Heath, over the other side of Dartford near the Thames, and not a mobile in sight. Ahh, the memories.

 

Spent a lot of my younger years around Welling and Shooters Hill too, as well Abbey Wood. I don't actually know much about Lesness' history though, so thanks for that. 👍

 

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24 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

@Fluke

 

Appreciate the vids. I have a lot of memories of Darenth. I would be dragged on long walks all the time around there with my old man as a kid. I didn't take much in back then though, and the local history definitely interests me more as an adult. I remember riding around those areas a lot with my primary school friends too, our parents probably didn't know where we was half the time. Not sure if I would give kids that much freedom in today's society. We could be around Darenth, Dartford Heath, over the other side of Dartford near the Thames, and not a mobile in sight. Ahh, the memories.

 

Spent a lot of my younger years around Welling and Shooters Hill too, as well Abbey Wood. I don't actually know much about Lesness' history though, so thanks for that. 👍

 

Yeah the ruins of the abbey are still there. Its not a bad walk actually but i still haven't got a driving liscence so i am restricted until next month confined to walking difference but i am going to drive around the country at some point. 

 

I slept in darenth wood once with a mate in a tent after my last day at secondary school, axton boys, woke up to the sound of a cuckoo. 

Darenth country park has a strange history, built on an ancient saxon burial ground, my uncle did some building  work on the insane asylum back in the 70s i believe it was closed down as being unfit in the 80s. Opened in the late 1800s, it was a pretty barbaric place from what i have read. I still walk around there sometimes you can find old building structures. 

 

I did find an old electric generator which looked like it was build in the late 19th century early 1900s, i did manage to locate it but somehow had been ripped down, (god knows how the welding was a gooden) don't think a tank would have taken that out, it was being used for a tramp sleeping-fair enough. 

 

Stone Asylum originally called London asylum i believe they treated the patients well or at least as well as they could considering the time.  The beautiful gothic water tower still remains. 

 

Powdermill lane also has some interesting history with the gunpowder production and mill works.

 

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57 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Stone Asylum originally called London asylum i believe they treated the patients well or at least as well as they could considering the time.

 

 

My Grandfather used to go into Stone House to teach the patients to play instruments, build telescopes, and crystal radio sets with them. Some of them, by what I have been told, were probably just neglected and dumped there. I think that was more a sign of the times though, and not something that was unique to Stone House.

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3 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

My Grandfather used to go into Stone House to teach the patients to play instruments, build telescopes, and crystal radio sets with them. Some of them, by what I have been told, were probably just neglected and dumped there. I think that was more a sign of the times though, and not something that was unique to Stone House.

Thats interesting mate, i used to work at a community hall around stone area and an old chap brought some of the old antiques from the hospital in a seminar type setting. 

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I am finding it there is an increased trend that websites don't allow you to access their websites if you are not in that country.

For example, here in Canada and trying to access Sainsburys.....will bring up an error page. Of course you'd say use a vpn but if I'm on a certain vpn, you can't access Etsy or imgur but another vpn would etc.... it is getting crazy. Why the restrictions? It's almost like you have to use VPN to be able to read any websites.

 

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24 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Scrubs rise up! 😄

His a good lad I like him. He said who the fuck are you John fused yeah st Vincent's 😂😭 my name's not John though it was a random themtube name. 

 

Have you subscribed to his sub stack thing if so is it worth it?  

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15 minutes ago, Fluke said:

His a good lad I like him. He said who the fuck are you John fused yeah st Vincent's 😂😭 my name's not John though it was a random themtube name.

 

Lol. Yeah, he spreads positive messages, not just doom porn.

 

18 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Have you subscribed to his sub stack thing if so is it worth it?  

 

It's free so there isn't much to lose. I don't know if it would interest everyone, but we can probably relate to his short stories more than most because of where we're from, although I guess his writing is probably relatable to most of the British working class. I only just started reading substack last week myself, so I don't have too much to say about it.

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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Lol. Yeah, he spreads positive messages, not just doom porn.

 

 

It's free so there isn't much to lose. I don't know if it would interest everyone, but we can probably relate to his short stories more than most because of where we're from, although I guess his writing is probably relatable to most of the British working class. I only just started reading substack last week myself, so I don't have too much to say about it.

Yeah i will give it a shot then i like a bit of realism :) be interesting to go through need to dip into something this weekend as stressed cheers mate

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