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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 07:41:45 PM »
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 07:28:49 PM »
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PREPAREDNESS / Re: Cloth, cotton, covers, clothes and carpets
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 07:25:25 PM »
I have an old wool-cotton blend long jumper that I got from a thrift shop years ago that is absolutely indestructible.  I believe the weave is called villeya, but hard to find now.  Wool is good stuff!  :)
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PREPAREDNESS / kjortel / long tunic
« Last post by Socrates on Today at 06:46:29 PM »

Rewilding University vid

I'm already very happy with my djeleba, but this kjortel [with hood; see link to vid] really does some much better for being active outside.

The above vid, however, does go a long way in explaining why the djeleba is to this day still a common site in Morocco; the advantages are great and if you've only money for (one or) a few garments, something made of wool that covers the whole body is the way to go.
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PREPAREDNESS / breatharianism
« Last post by Socrates on Today at 06:29:06 PM »
'Survival math' really just doesn't add up; How on Earth am i ever going to establish an off-grid and self-sustaining setup if i have to manage maintaining a caloric intake of at least 2000 per day?
The answer: You don't have to...

Listened to this podcast on breatharianism yesterday and it all suddenly clicked for me. This Israeli dude Ray Maor was explaining about it and about retreats he offers around the world.
I'd heard of breatharianism before and i even have a "fasting & breatharianism" thread at my own online database. I even heard about this breatharian couple who actually got pregnant and had a baby [!] without eating anything. So maybe this background knowledge and experience had me prepared to hear about it and have it resonate with me now.

Ray Maor says he's not really living as a breatharian today anymore, but that he has a meal once or twice a week. But, hell, i'll take it; it would mean actually being able to survive [and perhaps even thrive] on things like fruit one should be able to grow oneself. I mean, i could never manage 2000 calories a day, but 200 to 400? I believe that should be feasible.
This guy is by no means the first or only such person i've come across through the years; i heard David Jubb talk about living without food for 11 years and he, too, went back to eating small amounts after that.
So perhaps that's part of it for me today, since this Ray Maor is saying in the above podcast that coming to believe it's even possible is an important first step in attaining breatharianism.


Surviving a worst case scenario TEOTWAWKI event, freedom, self-reliance, health, being able to make it on top of a mountain... All these things are extremely benefitted by the vast reduction of need for resources that breatharianism offers.
Frankly, perhaps, it's not particularly a young man's game, for just like the podcast mentions and i myself experienced when i went vegan for 2 years in the '90s, changing to this way of eating and living also has a lot to do with one's social life. But since i've already more or less come to expect i'll wind up living like a hermit some day and since my current social life is minimal anyway, i'm not looking to others around me for feedback or support anymore. So maybe it's just time.

First step, apparently, is detox. So it's back to regular juices, vegan foods, clay, MMS, fermented foods, etc. for me...  :P
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Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From https://www.earthfiles.com/
*  November 22, 2017
- Part 1: After 54 Years, Why Do the CIA and FBI Still Want to Keep Secret Several Thousand JFK Assassination Records?  Click for report.
- Part 2: Attorney Douglas Caddy's Assassination Secret.  Click for report.
- Part 3: Nov. 12, 1963, JFK Wants to Review “All UFO Intelligence Files Affecting National Security.”  Click for report.
- Part 4: George Joannides: CIA Psychological Warfare Expert.  Click for report.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  More than 130 quakes after M4.6 NE of Gonzales, California [USA]
*  Massive sinkhole opens near Coromandel in Minas Gerais, Brazil
*  Heavy rain wreaks havoc across Jeddah, Saudi Arabia


From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Mount Agung [Indonesia] erupts, record snow [Canada], Cosmic Ray uptick
*  Wheat prices rise, GM fish and new type of rice
*  California sees its wettest water year on record in 2016-17 [USA]
*  Arctic sea ice advances further each year, and this years growth is faster than expected
*  Five dolphins strand themselves in Mayo, Ireland; one dies
*  Week of snowfall sets two daily records in Fort St. John, British Columbia [Canada]
*  Two earthquakes measuring 3.9 hit Bárðarbunga volcano in Iceland
*  Severe storm produces large hail accumulations in Mersin, Turkey
*  Three killed as heavy rain wreaks havoc across Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
*  Eruption at Agung volcano, Bali [Indonesia]
*  Rare oarfish discovered on beach in Kingston, South Australia
*  20-foot-long sinkhole opens up on busy Manhattan street [New York, USA]


Nothing new in:
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EARTH CHANGES / Re: Earthquakes General - 2017
« Last post by Jimfarmer on Today at 10:22:43 AM »
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USGS and EMSC do not agree.  Reporting totals from both.
Earthquake totals in last 24 hours according to:
 
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/
33 'quakes of magnitude >2.4   Total mags = 120.9   Avg mag = 3.66 (*)

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/?filter=yes
72 'quakes of magnitude >2.4   Total mags = 248.2   Avg mag = 3.45
 
(*) magnitude >2.4 in USA, and >4.4 elsewhere.  (>2.4 worldwide not available)
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Three strongest quakes from either site:
*  Mag. 5.5  off the north coast of North Island, New Zealand (EMSC.  USGS: 5.2).
*  Mag. 5.2  east of southern New Caledonia and south of Vanuatu (both sites).
*  Mag. 5.2  east of southern New Caledonia and south of Vanuatu (both sites).

Largest groups of multiple quakes from either site:
*  9  in Alaska region; central mid-south, mid-east south, off south coast central to peninsula tip, and south-east nearby in Canada (USGS.  EMSC: 7).
*  8  in Costa Rica; off the west coast, and central (EMSC.  USGS: 1).
*  7  in Chile; north to central, and nearby in Bolivia (EMSC.  USGS: 2).
*  7  in Iran; east central, central, mid-west mid-south, and west central and nearby in Iraq (EMSC.  USGS: 0).
*  7  in Turkey; west incl. nearby islands, central, and nearby in Syria (EMSC.  USGS: 0)
*  5  in Hawaii; largest island SE coast (USGS.  EMSC: 3).

*  3  in or around each of:   mid-east Indonesia, east of New Caledonia, Oklahoma USA, and northern Colombia    (at least one source site each).
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From USGS:
 
*  Little shakers (mag. 1.0 ~ 2.4) in Alaska and nearby in Canada (24 Qs), Hawaii (13 Qs), Washington (state)  western Montana (3 Qs), Wyoming, SE Idaho, California, Nevada, and Tennessee (USA);  and in NONE Puerto Rico.
 
*  47 little shakers in California and Nevada, plus many smaller ones.  (Clusters in central east California and nearby, and SE of Los Angeles and nearby)
 
*  2 'quakes of all magnitudes south of Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.  (max mag. = 1.8).  (Note:  the location in SE Idaho is 60 miles SSW of Yellowstone.)
 
*  Stronger 'quakes (mag. > 2.4) in California, and Oklahoma (3 Qs) (USA);  and in Alaska region (9 Qs), Hawaii (5 Qs), and Puerto Rico region.
 
Notes:  Quarry blasts and explosions are excluded from above lists and totals.
USGS lists some sites near borders as near locations across the border.
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44 earthquakes of magnitude >1.9 in last 24 hours in Euro-Med region, according to http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/Map/zoom.php?key=1&typ=world#2 (11 approx. in Turkey).
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Food for Survival / Re: cold
« Last post by Socrates on Today at 10:03:27 AM »
uhhh... Ice age?
I've been expecting the first wave [of 3] of ice age to hit since i first listened to Robert Felix way back in '08. Everything he predicted seems to have come to pass!

In a nutshell: About 20 years ago NOAA updated an estimated few tens of thousands of underwater volcanoes to... [wait for it] 3,000,000!
So what do underwater volcanoes do? Duh; they heat up the (ocean) water.
"So what?", you say...
- increased precipitation
- increased cloud coverage reflecting sunlight from the Earth
- a decrease of air temperature [since precipitation cools it down]


So what are we looking at?
We're looking at a 'long term' disaster, for ironically as the Earth's waters warm up, the Earth's atmosphere cools down. Unfortunately, we are not living under water and what we experience is the cooling down part...
This is normal, i.e. it is actually the norm, for 'interglacials' are actually relatively small parts of cosmic cycles that see Earth usually covered in ice [for many parts].
What is an ice age? It is actually the Earth's most common condition...
Now, for a species that has flourished and matured during an interglacial [a species that has a lifespan of an average mere 80 years], this may all seem incongruent... Nonetheless, this is the reality with which we are all faced.


There are parts of the Earth [i avoid the word "planet" because i don't believe the Earth is actually a planet...] that are enduring more snow and such, while other parts of the Earth experience more precipitation, i.e. where they were previously lacking much.
"WTF?", right?
Well, the whole system must be put into perspective; land masses cool down because the atmosphere above them is cooling down, while the Earth's oceans are heating up (and land masses effected mainly by marine climate are actually also heating up...).
It seems confusing... unless one takes into account that the Earth's climatic changes originate [not ultimately...] with more active underwater volcanic activity.


So while countries that base their climatic systems on land mass, experience more cold and more precipitation, coastal regions actually experience the opposite: less cold (though similarly more precipiation).
This has always been the world of climate in a sense, i.e. coastal regions have always had their climates determined by oceanic influences; only now, these influence have become more prominent.
Again, it's about location location location...

The oceans are heating up; this is in line with all planets in our solar system, which are all heating up. The source? Probably the Planet X system...
Are ice age cycles therefore aligned with Planet X? Probably.
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What's Lurking in the Future / Re: "What to Expect in 2018"
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 09:16:21 AM »
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mysterious booms are 'frost quakes'

:)
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SURVIVALIST HEAL THYSELF / Re: Easy inexpensive ways to get stronger
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 08:52:05 AM »
What a beautiful couple you were!  It's a good thing you got Joellen there and discovered the trouble. 

When you say the placenta had failed, do you mean something other than the membrane had ruptured, in other words other than going into labor?

OK, now instead of Natalie Wood, am thinking you look more like Susan St. James maybe?  :)
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