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RR this is a worthwhile topic, so glad you heard Marshall's interview.
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Two nights ago another dream that I believe relates to future flooding.

I dreamed I was walking on our driveway (1/2 mile long) out near the road, and noticed all the dead trees, tree roots, tree rootwads and the like all over the driveway, as if washed there and left after some water receded.  The driveway was so littered with the stuff that a vehicle could never negotiate the way, and a person could walk only by zigzagging here and there.  The driveway, BTW is adjacent to a small creek that flows into a larger creek at the end of driveway, all of which flows into Black River.

Then at the end of the driveway I saw some very large fruits on one tree and I began eating them, and although they tasted good, I immediately begin spitting it all out, somehow "knowing" it is contaminated and not to eat any.

Woke up.

Interesting... scary...
Do you think the large fruits could symbolize radioactive contamination?
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EARTH CHANGES / Re: SINKHOLES
« Last post by Yowbarb on Today at 06:31:43 PM »
Sinkholes threaten Florida homes after Irma    2:51    20,175 views

video link:  https://youtu.be/IT-MLyFheFo

ABC News
Published on Sep 20, 2017
SUBSCRIBED 2.8M

At least eight reported sinkholes have opened up in the state since Irma made landfall, including one sinkhole in Apopka that damaged a home lived in by its owners for the past nearly 50 years.
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EARTH CHANGES / Re: RSOE
« Last post by Yowbarb on Today at 05:24:42 PM »
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Two nights ago another dream that I believe relates to future flooding.

I dreamed I was walking on our driveway (1/2 mile long) out near the road, and noticed all the dead trees, tree roots, tree rootwads and the like all over the driveway, as if washed there and left after some water receded.  The driveway was so littered with the stuff that a vehicle could never negotiate the way, and a person could walk only by zigzagging here and there.  The driveway, BTW is adjacent to a small creek that flows into a larger creek at the end of driveway, all of which flows into Black River.

Then at the end of the driveway I saw some very large fruits on one tree and I began eating them, and although they tasted good, I immediately begin spitting it all out, somehow "knowing" it is contaminated and not to eat any.

Woke up.
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Thanks for the update Barb, as that cam gets good pics when those in charge forget to put up the fake clouds, etc!

Feb 17, 2017 UPDATE: The previously-posted link does not work now. This link does work:
http://www.ovsicori.una.ac.cr/index.php/vulcanologia/camaras-volcanes/camara-v-turrialba
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 04:46:55 PM »
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SURVIVALIST HEAL THYSELF / Re: no dentist
« Last post by ilinda on Today at 04:44:22 PM »
When these things happen, I wonder how much that book, What To Do When There Is No Dentist,  would help.
I myself fear such things are both more about prevention and fairly complicated to actually do. For instance, this Doug Simons explains what to do with an abcessed tooth or molar, but he brings in spices, cactus leaves and other items that i certainly don't have [nor will anyone not near a desert, as far as the cactus is concerned].
Perhaps if one has been applying such techniques for years already, it may be a very different story.
I agree, it's something to have in mind. I had the molar extracted (though one dentist said it could still serve me for a few more years) because i didn't wish to be stuck with such an issue WTSHTF, but i indeed have another dental issue i would like to take care of asap (for the same reason).

Ah, if i had but known what i know now even only 10 years ago...  :-\
Not trying to diss Doug Simons, but I bought his video about caring for our own teeth/mouth without using a dentist, and there are some serious gaps in information, although I think he has good intentions.  Maybe it was his first video.

One issue in particular involves the wooden tools, handmade by him I guess, but he never mentions the type of wood, and how exactly did he make them?  How long did it take?  The end of one I recall was as smooth as a baby's butt, as it sort of resembled a wood chisel.  But he never mentioned whether he hand-sanded them, or used power tools, etc., etc.

I made one, which incidentally never achieved the polished look of his "dental chisel", and I stopped using it soon as it began getting rather funky, as I guess after each use, it must be cleaned thoroughly in vinegar, or ??  It appeared he would periodically tuck one of his tooth tools behind his ear! 

I did take a course years ago taught by Dr. Walter Lewis and Dr. Memory-Elvin Lewis, entitled Medical Botany.  In that course they discussed many many interesting things, probably all of interest to this PXTH crowd.  One item was the "chewing sticks" that were/are used in some primitive cultures in parts of Africa.  They had both been in Africa a number of times, learning a lot about the natural ways to heal and help attain or maintain good health.  I was totally fascinated by the chewing sticks, as they are sticks or stems from certain trees (IIRC dogwood here in U.S. would be a good one), that are whittled on one end, and it is the whittled end that is chewed on much of the day, maybe off and on all day long.  I have more faith in a chewing stick than the things Doug Simons discussed, as the chewing stick required less work, and can be discarded easily without having to fret over the hours of labor to create that polished and sharply tapering end.

Also, the thing that really stuck in my mind about the chewing sticks is that both doctors who co-taught the course commented on how white the Natives teeth were, and that they just did not have cavities as we do in developed countries.  Of course MacDonald and all the rest had probably not reached the interior at that time.  Hate to think of how deeply the junk food industry has tentacled itself into third world countries now.  I think it's time to experiment with a dogwood branch.
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 04:40:22 PM »
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 04:20:46 PM »
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