Somehow, I don’t think I mentioned this one which I stumbled upon when I was cleaning out my inbox this week. Somehow, when it came in back in February when we were talking about electronic voice phenomena back when. But it’s a doggone interesting report:
My name is [redacted] and I live in Virginia a quiet suburb of Washington DC. For the most part I am an average human being going about my business but my interest on a personal level for some time has been the survival of life after death and a personal but tragic loss brought me to the world of EVP and the use of what is commonly referred to as a Franks box named after Frank Sumption someone I do know on a personal level. I am not a paranormalist or a ghost hunter just someone who is spiritually well connected and desires to communicate with the otherside and seems to have their attention.
The use of the BOX can sometimes have a draw back such as what I have now come to understand a spirit or entity attachment…..I have one of my own and he has been documented by a paranormal group. This entity who is non human in origin but like us in many ways calls himself Henry, perhaps more for my usage than his own. I am writing this letter because I was reading your site today and saw some mention of the web bots and the possibility of something bad coming this way. I have been watching the web bots with interest for sometime and appreciate anyone who is willing to challenge the universe in unique ways to gather data.
Long story short my entity has been making some interesting remarks for the past eight months. These comments were not blatant in nature….as in headlines to scare me but simply a part of our conversations. I have never asked Henry about events in the future because that was not my interest but he has managed to make some statements that have come to fruition and I think I want to share them with you. The events that have come to pass as a result of correct forecast are not earth shattering but those that remain in the lineup for what is approaching are.
Months ago Henry told me that winter would not come as it normally does in Virginia ….he stated that it would simply skip us altogether…..and it has. He gave specific dates that we would be having a heat wave when the weather should be quite the opposite and that too has come to pass. There remain two other items on his list that concern me more…….in the months to come he has forecast a dirty bomb in Washington that will leave it….radioactive and uninhabitable. Secondly on October 3 2012 he has forecast an event where our sun will unleash a furry….a solar flare that will wipe out life on our planet. He has indicated that his presence here at this time along with others like him…..we have traveled through time and space ……is to watch and document these events.
Using the box has taught me a great deal and I am now invested in my understanding and knowledge of what follows death so I am not particularly afraid of dying. But as a human I delight in the many offerings of nature and the beauty of what the creator has given us. Using the box does alienate the user in terms of whom you can share this with but since you and your connections relish and don’t dismiss these things I thought I would share this.
Hell yes, it’s interesting. next time you hook up with Henry, would you ask him if he has any words of advice for UrbanSurvival readers? We’s sure appreciate any heads-up stuff he might have to offer… He can have his own column if he likes.
Might mention too him, since he’s on the other side, that my accountant (a black cat name of Zeus) raises from very interesting questions about compensation and Texas labor laws relating to employing the dead, but I figure we can work it out if Henry would like to send some sample reports on what’s out there.
PS Ask him if he’s hot or comfortably cool, too, would yah?
The East Texas Earthquake of “Ought Twelve”
Unlike the National Guard up in Missouti (which some miscreants pronounced “misery”), I haven’t seen much about the Texas Guard prepping for a big earthquake. Shame, too, since we may have had our “biggy” overnight. A massive (or nearly so) 4.3 located 27-miles northeast of Nacogdoches, Texas, which is not to be confused with Natitoches, Louisiana.
It’s a good thing the quake wasn’t any stronger, since people up North, already well-shy of a full understanding of geography in many cases, might not comprehend what’s down in this part of the country.
Nacogdoches is a thriving burg, which a wonderful historical district which includes museum type displays at the visitor center revealing at right around 1800 this part of the world was being civilized long before New York could lay claim on such works.
Pronouncing the names of Nacogdoches and Natitoches takes a little getting used to. The bigger of the two, Texan, of course, is pronounced nack-a-DOE-chess.
On our recent trip east, we happened to land in Natitoches, Louisiana, the smaller of the two naturally being on the wrong side of the Republic’s borders, where I was schooled by the airport managed on how to say NATT-ah-chus, so wouldn’t sound like a Yankee.
He was rightly concerned, too, since arriving aircraft don’t usually say “Nasty-TOE-chess or however ya’ll pronounce it, this is Musketeer.…..” upon nearing the airport.
The main reason for mention this is not to give you a geography of spoken language lesson, or to mention (again) that contrary to what the oil industry says, there’s reason to believe that fracking and large-scale oil extractions to have seismic consequences (though that’s something on Oilman2′s mind).
Nope – it’s to draw your attention to the large number of “seers” who seem to have visions of much of the Mississippi River Valley becoming a vast inland sea, although the dates of this occurrence vary widely. Google has tons of them available for study here.
The one I’m particularly drawn to is Ashton Pitre’s map, which as you can see here, shows most of Louisiana becoming shallows, a massive widening of the Mississippi, and it also has the potential to turn the bottom end of our 16-acre plot into a first class marina when Mound Prairie Creek’s headwaters become salt water.
Try to overlook that this was supposed to have happened already – we know from Clif’s work (new report due in a couple of weeks) that when you’re dealing with time, things are always a bit slippery since the process of looking at the future seems to change it a bit.
What the exact point of the Great East Texas Quake of Ought Twelve is (in the longer view of history) remains to be seen, but there are plenty of possibilities: Checking earthquake preps, learning the difference between “doches’s” mentioning the fracking issue, or just looking at maps of the future.
Whatever it is, we take the quake as a harbinger of the future, since we’re pretty sure there will be a “tomorrow” and any old day now.
I should mention the sun is starting to kick up with flares going into Patrick Geryl’s quake worry window in a day or two:
:Issued: 2012 May 17 0541 UTC
roduct: documentation at http://www.sidc.be/products/presto
# FAST WARNING ‘PRESTO’ MESSAGE from the SIDC (RWC-Belgium) #
NOAA AR 1476 released an M5.1 flare peaking at 01:47 UT, as it rotated over the west limb. The flare produced an ongoing proton event with 100 MeV protons exceeding the threshold of 1 pfu (and 10 MeV protons already above 100 pfu). An associated CME was observed, travelling towards the west, it’s not expected to arrive to Earth (although we may see the shock). Also type II radio bursts were detected.
So if something a lot bigger than the East Texas quake comes along, at least we can say we mentioned it several times.
A reader writes:
“I was looking up Arbitron, for whom I am doing a diary-type study starting in a few hours. I found that they have something called a People Meter, which is worn on ones person and picks up the secret frequencies embedded in broadcasts. It just seems like a surveillance device (courtesy of Martin Marietta) that could get put of hand or, God forbid, implant thoughts…”
Oh…er…sure. You didn’t know about that? Mixed feelings would be natural.
A lot of discussion going on in background about the future of ratings, and the other point might be to mention that many of the smart people listen to NPR and oftentimes that doesn’t sink in to the MSM’s corp owners since it’s not part of corporate-lowest-denominator programming/compared to the cost of acquisition of meaningful content matrix decision-making process.
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The Coward’s Guide to Tough Markets
America is in tough times – and they are about to get worse, despite all the hype and campaign promises that one can hear in the run-up to the elections. But the fact is that although times are tough there are still plenty of opportunities to preserve capital – and maybe even make a buck or two – by playing the markets (and that includes retirement funds) smart. This morning we’ll offer some thoughts on the coming decision point for markets as we briefly review Henry George’s way of seeing things and how that matters in today’s world. First, though, a few overnight headlines…
Safer Computing: Swearing Off Cookies
It has been a while since I roared the praises of the Maxa Cookie Manager which you can download and install for a free test drive by clicking here.
To upgrade from the demo to full working is still less than $30 (During their Spring Sale) and one heck of a bargain at that, if I do say so.
I am a high-reliability computing kind of guy – and near as I have it figured, the road to a hassle-free computing experience is (like flying an airplane) a matter of going through a proper checklist before popping onto the web:
You need an active cookie manager – because sites you visit can put small bits of code on your computer and some of these are designed for Flash, have no expiration, and can really bugger-up the computing experience. This part gets handled by Maxa Labs’ product which on my system says 184,380 cookies have been removed, 73,881 “web bugs” which can track movement from site to site and such, and I have only 10-active cookies.
Second thing you need is a good antivirus program – and I happen to really like Avira’s Antivir pro.
Then you need to deal with Malware so for this Malware bytes is updated and run daily.
And last, though certainly not least is the firewall and the one in Win 7 works fine.
Like anything in computers, updates are critical so before work every morning, the computer does its update ritual – Check of Maxa (5.3.02 is current) Avira, and Malware bytes.
Toss in a good bit of common sense (example: Don’t open email purporting to be from UPS, IRS, the US Post Office, or anything else that even has a hint of fishy odor to it) and first thing you know, the internet’s actually a useful tool.
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