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" Our boys were sent off to die with beautiful ideal painted in front of them.

No one told them that dollars and cents were the real reason they were marching off to kill and die ."

- Maj. Gene Smedley Butler , two times Medal of Honour recipient .

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War is a Racket.

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Bless all your food whilst preparing it, and before you eat it , and.. you can create a "Field" and place it around anywhere you wish to Clear/Protect against Any and All Negative inteference.

Chlorine Dioxide helps also , and the use of Selenite to clear/ remove destructive residue on a cellular level assists greatly. Be observent, and carefull, but stop living in Fear Cheers

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Indeed.

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Gaston ethier another anon. stand and deliver in your own name.

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Read ' War is a Racket,' by Marine Major General Smedley Butler Go to: https://ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html The proof is clearly there that WAR IS A RACKET! Also take a look at: All Wars are Banker's Wars here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hfEBupAeo4

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👍🤝🫡🇨🇦

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Clif, Electrooculture experiment proved to be successful outside and in the house last season here on Whidbey Island in WA. A year ago February, during the cold weather, I wrapped a branch with copper wire and "planeted" in the middle of my home-made greenhouse-raised bed. First good sign was a ground bee circling me while I set it up and every time I was out at the greenhouse. My crops (sugar snap peas, kale, greens, carrots, parsely, etc. did far better than in past seasons. So the the raspberries, lemon cucumbers and tomatoes that grow around the raised bed. In the house, my ancient Christmas cactus, bloomed twice, with only small dowels wrapped in copper wire. Requires less water, naturally fertilizing without fertilizer. but impt. to start with well-amended soil, including worm castings, etc. Doesn't matter what gauge wire, btw. Very happy with the results!

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What kind branch?

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The recommendation I have heard is that a branch that grew in the area of the garden or on your property will have a "signature" of the area, and enhance the effects. Stick and coil will meet the essential requirements, though.

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Interesting. Makes sense. The copper coil needs to be buried into the soil. Think of it as an antennae between earth and sky.

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electricity likes the path of least resistance, right? so it almost seems counter intuitive, the natural electrical flow would prefer the easier route through the copper rather than the plants, or so I would have thought. Can someone explain this better? BTW, we too are going to be doing the same thing in our garden (using Cu). We have a concrete terraced garden on a decomposed granite hillside. The terraces were filled with river soil (trucked in) and ammended with on-site composst material. We will post updates periodically, with photos.

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seems simple enough -- got a link for tech? thank you.

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I really like the work and experiments of Matt Roeske. He's written a book and maintains a website. Informaitive interviews can be found on the web. Here's one link: https://cultivateelevate.com/blog/electroculture-gardening-techniques-for-beginners-elevate-your-garden/

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https://www.electroculturevandoorne.com/

Use google translate

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Exposing seeds to high power magnets increases production of the plants

https://youtu.be/ppJRsQs7cP4?si=FzMoxiuAUu-0Ymjt

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Ken Wheeler’s Electroculture Fractal Antenna

https://youtu.be/Xcn6_I5gkNk?si=eusd75b91zS2ceXJ

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It's on Youtube just search and you will get results.

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Did you mean to reply to someone else or maybe up thread. Confused here…

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This was an alder branch that broke off of a nearby tree. Lots of them in my area.

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I must have a lot of copper in me. I'll be darn, Everytime I go outside, within a few minutes I have a few of them circling me. Of course I also talk to them.. 😃

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The deer in my area are so bad, that I'm growing my garden on the deck in cardboard boxes. I'll never eat bugs. The Cult can eat lead and die.

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Why not eat the deer? Two for one.

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It’s not that rural so weapons discharge if it isn’t self defense would probably get me in trouble for one. For two mad deer dz is everywhere now so I’m pretty cautious. For three the does always came in my wooded and fenced yard to fawn and my kids grew up watching so… yeah babies. All my babies…

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I like the way you think.

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Sounds like a plan.

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“Watching an eagle gain altitude “. For me this conveying of in the moment observation catches my attention.

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I'm ready to go back to analog. Lots of reminiscing about the 80s lately. Walter Bosley had fun interview on nostalgia loops and themes of decades.

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Naw, you didn't go back far enough! Go back to the 1776-79 era and read about the start of the Electro-Culture magic.

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Like the airships and reels and stuff?

Wasn't aware of visual recordings at all...

There was some speculation about "magic mirrors" being like televisions or communication devices.

Any links to share? Hopefully it's not Stolen History oriented. I played that game for awhile.

There were some intriguing French publications from that time.

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There must be something in the air. The other day I happened to check out the reel-to-reel arena, and was shocked by the prices the hardware commands nowadays. I should have kept mine (Sony; bought for peanuts at a street market in mid-80ies).

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Maybe we can recreate the expression with new components and more harmonic energy sources.

SO much better than digital. And more stylish. I know there are newer versions of tube amp systems and stuff. Not sure how we'll translate all the old media though. Older stuff breaks down over decades.

I even remember the earlier CDs weren't as resistant as now. I have a bunch of CDs, DVDs, and blu rays out in the shed I used to bother keeping inside, so we'll see if they last. I've had a handful breakdown and stop working. Usually cheaper productions. Need to get the more rare or hard to find ones back in the house probably...

I have no analog recordings left, or devices to play them on, sadly enough.

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Mar 16·edited Mar 16

Stylish, indeed. Made my eyes water: https://reel-reel.com/

Having initially presented my parents with a Dual turntable (1988 or so), it has remained in very good order, as family heirloom; belt replacement was needed ca 2015. I keep a small, idiosyncratic collection of LPs, most of them bought at the bottom of the vinyl market as CDs were flooding in in 1990s.

Having had free access to CDs right from the start, I keenly tried out listening to the digital recordings. Yet I did not like the invariably dry sound - unlike with analog, there was no "sheen" in the musical delivery, so I decided to wait for further improvements before making a commitment. But my patience stretched on and on until, eventually and altogether skipping the CD period, I came back full circle. Probably due to age and acquired tolerance for imperfection, the occasional click or pop on a record does not bother me much any longer. I take it as part of the delivery, just as the occasional cough from the audience during live performance or the wrinkles on the brow of a loved one.

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My grandfather passed on last year. 95 year old former jazz musician. Family still dealing with the house and belongings. Had a pretty big collection of vinyl, plus the stereo equipment. I should see if anyone is taking most of it...

I agree about the sound. Visual is the same. Not as fluid, something missing. Plus they cut ratios even more when converting, so some DVDs and blu rays are lacking even more of the whole picture.

They are completely different experiences.

I remember as a kid watching reel-to-reels movies. It's fun even setting up. Didn't experience the audio tape versions as much.

Then there's the fun in-betweeners like 8-tracks for analog and laser discs for digital. Niche.

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Digital decadence

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Ain't all that. There's stuff IN BETWEEN.

😉😉

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Starmonkey another anon. stand and deliver in your own name.

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Mar 16·edited Mar 16

Christopher if you want something else.

Or WHATEVER.

ronvrooman

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Christopher: you must do it yourself, no one can do it for you, we cannot do it alone. Whatever you say or do as an anon is illegitimate as it is deception de facto not de jure. Black's law page 416 6th edition de facto and de jure. So, then WTF are you? such as a man then state it in a Living testimony in the form of an affidavit of truth with 2 witnesses. then find your Jural Assembly www.orsja.org

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🌟🐒🕺

🙈🙉🙊

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I am experimenting with electro-magnetic planting please share your experience with us.

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A day without Clif is like drinking a cup of coffee ☕️ and realizing eating bugs is not new. You do it everytime you ride your bicycle 🚲. AHHHHHHH!

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Luv the grizzly bits Puta

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When ALL here on this Earth have the ability once more to Acess our Memory of True Purpose and Intent of Original Design which has been denied us for so long, this Earth will be more than any of us can Imagine Now

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I think original jurisdiction of de jure must replace de facto before we can find Purpose and Intent of original design. find your Jural Assembly.

www.orsja.org

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While working to Reinstate the Original Constitution,s to set down the Laws of The United States Republic is imo a good thing,i was refering to Divine Law which came well before Mans Law

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Like Where Divine Justice Prevails

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That doesent mean we cant keep calling for Divine Intervention now. i know i have :)

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1000 percent yes.

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Not goofy. Electroculture was a thing in the 1800s, but when the defense industry could find a use for mustard gas and other chemicals in world wars, the fertilizer industry was born. They dinged farmers using natural means and gave incentives to those who would use their poisons. There are .pdf and books online tracing the history of Electroculture.

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I’ve learned that copper wire is a good thing as well as A Pyramid

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Interesting, Clif. I had to listen to this podcast a few times to get the concepts somewhat linked together. What I think you are saying is that we are, with the progression deeper into our galaxy are being presented with the opportunity to become more skillful in our receptivity to and practice of interacting with a physics we were unaware of until we developed the capacity, and perhaps need to work recognized levels. My husband is kind of unique in that being self taught and thrifty,when one of the aged vehicles he buys and revives needs a part that is no longer available, he has acquired the skill to clip, snip, grind and whack at nuts, bolts, pipe, sheet metal, whatever he can find to adequately substitute for the vanished part. He now has a 3D printer, but still ends up banging around once in a while. And like you, we garden and maintain a flock of laying hens in a challenging climate. We have a pretty short growing season, and are accustomed to trying out seed varieties and figuring out what it will take to get them to survive and produce a crop, and to look at a chicken that is struggling with something and figure out what she needs. Eventually we build a working vocabulary of what to aim for, despite what seems appropriate. So is this advance we are going through like an opportunity to look at a tornado and rather then be terrified that it may tear up everything around us, comprehend a mass of heat has smacked i to cold, moist air, become violently seductive and might be productive? Or the week when a guy with a hollow branch tapped on it a few times and realized it was singing to a beat? I remember a story a heard while studying physics about a scientist who became fascinated by polishing various metals. He found that extensively polishing a specific number of strokes in in a certain way produced a specific frequency and enhanced properties in that metal. Are you thinking that we will learn to refine our earthly or beyond earthly elements and cultivate them in ways that make them merge more articulately and responsively than the common alloys we have been clunking along with using more refined human senses and a capacity beyond our carbon base? Well, that is exciting! Ride'em Cowboy!

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Look into the effects of sound/vibration waves and water manipulation within a pure metal structure based on basic earth minerals. Shape, earth vibration and lay lines. The power given and within. We all are connective conduit beings with the earth .. our own power source

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Believe it or not chanting specific mantras is far more potent than any nuclear devices ... there are many examples of places this has been done in catastrophic situations and those places are the only structures left standing!

💖🙏💫

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“The last official act of any government is to loot the treasury.”

— George Washington

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Another good source on ZPE, is Gregg Braden's works.

He has been lecturing about this topic for decades now. He puts a spiritual twist on it too, similar to Clif.

Look his works up, & Enjoy.

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Jellyfish and ZPT may be connected. There are no coincidences and it's interesting that Clif (thank you) posts first about aether plasma jellyfish and their energetic properties followed by a discussion on ZPT and consciousness. Yes, just as Clif says, I agree, consciousness itself does not expand, but we do within it. Otherwise we wouldn't be here commenting! B.

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Nummo! Cilf is aware of their presence. Lol

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Clif, don't you think they can just 3D print the metal? I'm a metal worker and it seems logical to me. I already have a plazma torch and I'm on a budget!

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He’s talking about materials not necessarily metals that don’t exist yet.

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