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2014 Planet X Watch Trends
« on: December 10, 2013, 11:08:13 AM »
Granted, 100 year events have always been with us and always shall. So when something happens and it is a 100 year event, all you can say is that this was the day.

In 2014, we'll be saying that a lot more often and as they say, you can take that to the bank.

For those in awareness, it is not about the days between events, but rather, the compression of time between these events. Ergo, it seems that we see news of yet another 100 year event, every 100 hours, so is there a single causality for all this?

While Alex Jones says that Planet X does not exist, the fact remains, it is the only single causality that explains what is happening to our planet and to us as a species.

http://yowusa.com/planetx/2013/planetx-2013-12a/1.shtml

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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2014, 02:46:17 PM »
In speaking of 2014, many of my contacts agree; we are feeling a tremendous buildup of pressure.  It is as though we are constantly on edge, waiting for the other shoe to drop. 

Not only do we have the anxiety over our economy, wondering from day to day when it will totally tank and what that will mean for us, but we are also sensing that "something"  really big will happen "soon" and we feel it is just around the corner.

A few days ago my phone rang at 5:30 am, and I found myself racing to answer it, and wondering what would  be wrong, as I was sure some life changing event was taking place.  Turns out, it was simply a telemarketing call.  This happening simply made me totally aware that I am feeling a huge premonition that something is soon to happen.

I know we all suffered through the year 2012, and nothing we expected happened.  Then we went all year through 2013 expecting to see more signs of the beginning of the end of life as we now know it.  And nothing happened.  Now we are starting 2014 and the pressure is mounting. 

I for one am so weary.  I guess I just want whatever is going to happen to take place so this pressure I am feeling will be stopped.  Silly me.  Of course when things do finally start to happen, there will be no turning back and I will most likely live each day just trying to survive. But I believe the sooner things take place, the better in the long run.  We certainly cannot continue much longer with things as they are, something has to give.

The uptick in earthquakes has been so great compared to the past, and yet who is really paying attention to how abnormal this is?  And then we have the strange weather, everyone agrees it is strange, but most seem to simply accept it without wondering why.  Now there are more reports of the strange noises which make your hair stand on end, and no one knows from where they come or why, and people just say "Wow," and continue on their merry way.

I live in Reno Nevada, and our local marina recently had all the fish in it die.  So heartbreaking.  We were told many different opinions of why this happened, but no one really knew why.  I know it is simply another incident in a long string of incidents world wide, but when it happens where you personally live, it brings it much closer to home.

Those of us who are aware know these things are harbingers of what is to come, and we are learning to be grateful for each day which passes and nothing terrible happens. So I ask myself, why would I want these terrible things described in all the ancient writings to happen?  I guess I just feel that if it is going to happen in my lifetime, I want it to happen sooner rather than later.

Sounds kinda crazy doesn't it?  Am I the only one who thinks this way?

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Re: 2014 Planet X Watch Trends
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2014, 02:55:59 PM »
You are not the only one endtimesgal.  I I had it my way, I'd be moving to the Reno/Sparks area myself.  The wife will not budge and I've been grinding on her for months.  No joy unless I want to be a single guy once again.  Odds are, you're more likely than me to survive than I am. 

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« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2014, 03:52:18 PM »
Oh my, Marshall, it is really too bad your wife does not want to move here.  I love living here, it is really a great town, and most of us never even think about the casinos unless we are going out to eat, and of course with my son in law being a professional musician sometimes I go to hear the band play, especially if they are doing classic rock venues.

I love the weather here, and it is so much better than where I moved from which was Salem Oregon.  I love the blue skies, the great summers, how the snow melts right away and the sun comes back out after snow storms, the shopping is great, the city is so easy to navigate in, and lots to do here.

Yes, I do miss my other two daughters, all my grandchildren and great grandchildren, and my mother and sisters all live in Oregon, but I was not happy there, now I go once or twice a year and visit them all.  We keep up on Facebook in the meantime.  I do have my oldest daughter here, and my son in law is like a real son to me so I am not completely alone here.

You should bring her on a vacation this summer so she could get a good taste of the wonderful things Reno/Sparks has to offer.

I used to live here, then moved home to help my mother who was in poor health, and now I could not stay away, I am back to stay unless providence arranges it to be otherwise.



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« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2014, 08:31:55 AM »
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Those of us who are aware know these things are harbingers of what is to come, and we are learning to be grateful for each day which passes and nothing terrible happens. So I ask myself, why would I want these terrible things described in all the ancient writings to happen?  I guess I just feel that if it is going to happen in my lifetime, I want it to happen sooner rather than later.

Sounds kinda crazy doesn't it?  Am I the only one who thinks this way?

That is the way I feel, but not the way I think.  I need all the time I can get to prepare myself spiritually; but if I am supposed to do some particular work during the end times, then it should happen before I die of old age -- and I am pushing 80 already.

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« Reply #5 on: February 10, 2014, 10:16:20 AM »
Yes, I have always felt I volunteered to come to help others through this terrible time.  But now I am 70, (which is unbelievable to me, I do not feel old) and I think "good grief"  how much help can I possibly be?  I will need someone to help me!  It was a hard thing to face when I realized recently that I had to pare down to a smaller BOB as there was no possible way I could carry it very far.  Now I am again worrying about how I can manage both it and a sleeping bag.


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Re: 2014 Planet X Watch Trends
« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2014, 02:17:40 PM »
Hi Jim:

I reflected on your comment about pushing 80.   
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That is the way I feel, but not the way I think.  I need all the time I can get to prepare myself spiritually; but if I am supposed to do some particular work during the end times, then it should happen before I die of old age -- and I am pushing 80 already.

First off, may we all live WITHOUT seeing these things come to pass.  So Jim, if you do not see it, you're a lucky guy.  May I be so lucky.  But that is not the reality of what is happening.  Everything is upticked.  Meteors, quakes, frigid weather, etc. 

So do I look at these developments there are no easy options.  Just hard choices.  Perhaps that is your mission.  To help those who will soon be faced with these difficult choices. 

Best of luck with it, Marshall


 


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« Reply #7 on: February 18, 2014, 01:01:47 PM »
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Those of us who are aware know these things are harbingers of what is to come, and we are learning to be grateful for each day which passes and nothing terrible happens. So I ask myself, why would I want these terrible things described in all the ancient writings to happen?  I guess I just feel that if it is going to happen in my lifetime, I want it to happen sooner rather than later.

Sounds kinda crazy doesn't it?  Am I the only one who thinks this way?

That is the way I feel, but not the way I think.  I need all the time I can get to prepare myself spiritually; but if I am supposed to do some particular work during the end times, then it should happen before I die of old age -- and I am pushing 80 already.

Jim, wow all this time I thought I was older than you.  :) Your young spirit shines through.
BTW with all the wonderful health knowledge you have, it may be a long journey yet. May it always be a good one.
Thanks for all you are doing,
Barb Townsend  (I will be 70 in April.)

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« Reply #8 on: February 18, 2014, 01:26:25 PM »
An interesting thing I've noticed in the course of doing this work, is how passionate golden year seniors are about this mission.  When you're in your 70's and older, you can say, "let someone younger do this.  I've done my duty."  Problem is, there is no cut off date on the responsibility that comes with this knowledge. 

One man in FL, a retired banker and a WWII combat air ace told me first began his study of PX in the 1930s when he read a book about it by a famous psychic of the day and that he kept after it all this time. Last I spoke to him in 2007, he had just turned 90 and was still working with his family to help them prepare the best he could. 

There is nothing easy about this mission and frankly, there are days when I miss the bliss of ignorance more than you could imagine.  That being said:  "Winners never quit and quitters never win." 

Or as they say in the Legion.  "March or die."  Ehhyyyy.... whaddya gonna do?

Onward, Marshall

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« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2014, 01:20:14 AM »
An interesting thing I've noticed in the course of doing this work, is how passionate golden year seniors are about this mission.  When you're in your 70's and older, you can say, "let someone younger do this.  I've done my duty."  Problem is, there is no cut off date on the responsibility that comes with this knowledge. 

One man in FL, a retired banker and a WWII combat air ace told me first began his study of PX in the 1930s when he read a book about it by a famous psychic of the day and that he kept after it all this time. Last I spoke to him in 2007, he had just turned 90 and was still working with his family to help them prepare the best he could. 

There is nothing easy about this mission and frankly, there are days when I miss the bliss of ignorance more than you could imagine.  That being said:  "Winners never quit and quitters never win." 

Or as they say in the Legion.  "March or die."  Ehhyyyy.... whaddya gonna do?

Onward, Marshall

I couldn't agree with you more!  We laid to rest my Dad today, who would have been 90 in May, with a full military funeral, with a color guard who so honored his life as a decorated WWII vet.  The service was beautiful, on the first nice day we have had up here in months, the sun shone right on him the whole time.  And even after he fell and broke his second hip in January, he kept his wonderful sense of humor, his openness to all ideas no matter how strange or bizarre they at first glance appeared.  He didn't quit, he just passed in his sleep last Friday.  His motto was always "Never Give Up"  Love you Dad, Say Hi to Mom and Sis....

Mary

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« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2014, 09:12:34 AM »
Mary aka Enlightenme it totally blew me away seeing your message today, it means so much you are here.
Sorry about the loss of your beloved Dad. He was a Dad to be proud of for sure. That is so well done, Very Well Done on the sendoff you gave to him, with the 21 gun salute, flag presentation and all.
Proud of you too.
Barb Townsend

 

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