Roll Call
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Posted 3/29/2015 7:47 PM (#26023)
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Hello everyone~

I have been checking in on and off and after a long time of being rather ill, i am at least lingering around and checking in, but it seems most posts are really outdated, or only a few peeps coming around. I would like to have everyone who is still around to pop in and say hi! Let everyone know where and how you are on day of your life. 

I personally have been struggling, but climbing out of the grey! The light sure looks better! 

 

 

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Paul Joseph
Posted 3/30/2015 5:53 AM (#26025 - in reply to #26023)
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Dear Jill

Hi - still around too, though hanging on my the skin of my teeth too ... thanks for checking in and so nice to have you back

Love
Paul
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Aquarius
Posted 3/30/2015 8:39 AM (#26028 - in reply to #26025)
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Hello Jill,

It's good to hear from you again. I too am battling on as best as I know how to, the same as everybody else is doing, I imagine.

Much love and a big healing hug,

Aquarius

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Supernatural3
Posted 3/30/2015 3:24 PM (#26031 - in reply to #26023)
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It feels so good to hear from everyone. I have missed a lot i am sure, but never forgotten, as this is my main core of life! I love you all!
Lots of love and hugs~
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Paul Joseph
Posted 3/30/2015 3:29 PM (#26032 - in reply to #26031)
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Well it's certainly a bit quiet here these days ...

Hugs back at ya xx
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Disa
Posted 3/30/2015 5:48 PM (#26033 - in reply to #26023)
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Hi, Jill. So glad to see you around again.

Hi, everyone else, too.

I check in every few days or so.I just don't have much to say. Got a lot of odd things going on lately, too. Nothing major- just time consuming, irritating, necessary things that must get done.

May we all find our way back to peace and stability.....and may it happen soon. xoxox


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Aquarius
Posted 3/31/2015 7:15 AM (#26035 - in reply to #26023)
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Lots of love and big hugs to you, too, Jill. It's good to see you around again.

Aquarius
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Supernatural3
Posted 3/31/2015 9:19 PM (#26042 - in reply to #26023)
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I have been overwhelmed with health issues and when i feel good, i am bombarded with babies. (grandma gets more than her share of babysitting) ha ha. So i jump on here when i can.
I hope many more can log in and update us all on whats going on in everyone's life. Thank you to those who have!!!!
Much love and hugs~
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Ophiucus
Posted 4/1/2015 5:35 AM (#26045 - in reply to #26042)
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Hi Grandma Jillifer ... good you are here with us always

Lots of loving hugs

O
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Posted 4/7/2015 3:49 PM (#26086 - in reply to #26023)
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HA HA.... as always! HUGS! I wanna share photos. I guess that is what facebook is for! LOL
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Posted 4/10/2015 6:09 PM (#26106 - in reply to #26023)
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Its me Jillsterino, popping in and out. Wasn't aware of this thread at first, but glad to see you and the old gang here.

Sincerely,
Marty and LuckyLee
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/15/2015 4:23 PM (#26114 - in reply to #26106)
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Hi Everyone

I went back to this in hopes of seeing Marty's list of chums ... but have their names been taken away ....?

anyways also and everything and that .... I also reappeared to post a question in the spirit of former times hereabouts:

Is there any new knowledge, or is there now only old knowledge to be rediscovered or recapitulated?

No doubt as I type these words I am unconsciously conscious of the destruction of the ancient records of ancient civilizations by you know who ... in those lands too where George Ivanovich Gurdjieff discovered Ancient Wisdom, so it is said ... - but pray, do not permit me to become morose and moribund in this dark hour, so, as Shakespeare might have said in Henry IV part I,

"Jack to the question, pritheee to the question ...."

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Posted 4/15/2015 6:31 PM (#26116 - in reply to #26114)
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And My Fine Bardic Fellow:

     The answer.........

 Play out the play     -   Henry the Ivy, Part 1

 Peace mate,

Marty and LuckyLee 

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alpha+omega
Posted 5/8/2015 1:18 AM (#26187 - in reply to #26023)
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I am sorry I had been very busy... Still with the Wild Apple Leaves and the seemingly intelligent Nematode Parasites they force out of you. The whole thing is astonishing in that it is an undiscovered Anthelmintic, until now, the nematodes exit you alive, and it all started here about 281 days ago when after watching deer here eat them, I tried some myself. I have since found that it is a combination thing that needs bioavailable hydrogen cyanide from smoking cigarettes, cigars, or pot that has 5 times the cyanide of cigarettes, or those can be replaced with almonds, potato skins, sunflower seeds, or casava. People and deer that do not smoke need to get that from those sources I am finding in an ongoing clinical trial. All people that have tried it so far have nematode parasites from several types of bug bites, not just ticks. I have not found an exception yet. Try it if you want and you also will see. There is another product called "Scram" that does the same sort of thing, but nowhere near as spectacularly. Of course you can elect to remain worm infested like Mother has because it creeps her out too much. But hey, that's real Metaphysics. lulz

I have a bunch of escaped worms from people here as lil' Sto0nts in my nonexistent school. There are also a lot waiting inside what I call Salmon Flies to get eaten by another baby salmon after their previous hosts made it back here last fall. They hang out in a bug waiting to get re-ingested by another fish, bird, human, squirrel, deer, or whatever it seems. That is their life-rebirth cycle, and they always come back here when their parents spawn and/or die. They keep me on my toes with tough questions, so I thought I would get them back by asking them How to Build a Pyramid, and possibly prove I had just had one or two many whiskeys. They told me how! I checked and nobody knows, yet all their methods check out online. Egyptians had invented all of the stuff by then. They cut stone using cyanobacteria/chemicals and string. Go figure! Lil' Smarties! They like Bananarama which is OK, but a little creepy because I am a Led Zep hardcore fanatic. Disco? Eeeeek! Must be Mother's worms... They're always starting something. lol

I spent months getting ready to present a paper to some physicists about all this, but then my ankle got hurt and I couldn't go. The paper still got published to their conference technical app. It's a PDF/Powerpoint type thing so I don''t know if I can put it here, but I can link it instead .



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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/8/2015 4:25 PM (#26193 - in reply to #26023)
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Hi Alpha+Omega good to hear from you again ... hope the ankle picks up ...
Paul
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Posted 5/9/2015 12:12 AM (#26194 - in reply to #26193)
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You know, it is the oddest thing. I actually had a blog about a week back about Preparing to Fail because failing to get there was an option as I saw it. It turned out to be prophetic. It is yet another piece of evidence that the Nematodes in people are capable of transcending time and space, if not physically, by communicating backwards to other Nematodes - or Themselves - via Tachyonic Telepathy means. University worm researchers discovered in the mid 70's that earthworms could transmit telemetry data telepathically to connect tunnels in a terrarium. They master an undiscovered area of physics I have found here once I smoked them out by eating a few leaves, or about 500 mg to a gram of dry powdered Wild Apple Leaves a day. When dried, I powder them in a blender and encapsulated them in a "0" size capsule so they keep longer.

The connection to US Astronauts is that they stowed away inside them on Apollo missions to the Moon and the ISS, where they can set up a biofilm on the silica of the windows. On Apollo 8, they overdid it and it started to obscure the windows it was so thick. This also became a problem on the ISS I suspect, yet they say it is some kind of plankton. My theory is the nematodes in the astronauts made the anerobic plankton build it for them. I have one on my south facing window here that was constructed from liquid dribbling from the stingers of yellow jackets. I watched them build it. It is a computer with telepathy WeeFee that nematodes can use to communicate with each other, whether they are in a human, bug, deer, fish, or squirrel.



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Ophiucus
Posted 5/9/2015 8:39 AM (#26198 - in reply to #26194)
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Ha - nice A+O

See the article in the press about the female astronaut on the space station ? She is doing very well ...

Though thinking back to Bart's postings, maybe outer space is merely a projection of our inner space and dream world ...

Blessings All

O
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alpha+omega
Posted 5/11/2015 6:16 PM (#26215 - in reply to #26198)
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Hey, O!  Sounds like the old Tonight Show. lol

Female astronaut? I take it you mean Samantha Christopheretti of the ESA. Nothing to see here folks... Move along now... If you haven't got any of this alleged entity there, there are lots around here to joke and play with... Funny little space co0+ies... They glow in the dark like clouds of baby foo fighters, but there are adults coming out of the lake down the road when it gets warmer.

I found out that you don't need Lyme Disease to have Wild Apple Leaf powder force them out of you. I tried to select a control couple, but they had these micro Nematodes access out too. They don't smoke either, but it took longer for the nematodes to access out before I suggested casava, almonds, or now I find potato skins to get bioavailable hydrogen cyanide, that really makes the worms screw off/out. I am still trying to find somebody here who doesn't have space co0+ies! lulz.

One California tester closer to LA found the old La Praix orchard has good leaves. You likely have more trees up north than they do though. Soon I will be getting more people in New York and Finland trying them. It is nearing harvest time in Chile.



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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/13/2015 5:52 AM (#26218 - in reply to #26215)
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Hi A+O

Yep that is she. She had a 'life in the day' column in last week's UK Sunday Times. Sounds like a bright button ... how sad and strange that she had to be a fighter pilot before she became an astronaut ... how sad and strange that we do not focus more on inner rather than outer space ... how sad and strange is life ... good luck with the wilderness berries

Mazel Tov Mate
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