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Elsa
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The other day a client told me that in order for evil forces to get one of their plans to go through and succeed, they have to launch about 30. God blocks the others.

I thought this was really interesting.  Rather than "it's hopeless", this is more like evil throws shit to see what sticks.  Very different scenarios.

What interesting things have you heard lately (or otherwise)?
And of course, please comment on other people's interesting things. 

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Last night I heard a Gnostic researcher expound that the source of evil is archons, alien mind viruses that infect humans to catty out their evil agenda which includes Transhumanism and AI.

Last week I heard 20+ year old interviews with the late Glenn Kimball who authored books on little known details of the childhood and genealogy of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, and the political and cultural developments during His life and the decades following the Crucifixion.

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Me and my beloved Aquarian , we’re looking at the chart of WW2. We were postulating about the expression of Pluto in Cap at the anaretic  degree. When Pluto was in Cancer at that point, the world was, unknowingly, headed for war. We are seeing Omicron worldwide now, but knowing that Pluto is approaching the anaretic degree, I don’t think it’s the “tidal wave “ described  in  reports. Don’t get me wrong. The numbers are alarming . But  Pluto at the anaretic degree would be worse. 

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Seeing all the news reports, I’ve suddenly developed an interest in the skills of homesteading. Been looking videos on how to make laundry detergent. You know, just in case I need to make that stuff at some point. 😅

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@estella I follow at least two in YouTube and one on Facebook. Reading the comments sections, I’d say homesteaders everywhere are busting tail, farming, seed saving, canning, dehydrating, gathering supplies, and building their pantries. Like you, they can see something coming down the pike.

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@notmycircus I’m full of amazement for their skills! They can make a lot with whatever they have. 😁

I have even considered what I would do for protein if worse comes to worse and have concluded that I will need to learn to make tofu. I am a meat eater but can’t imagine slaughtering an animal, let alone butchering it. Besides, I’m a city dweller, where would I find wild boar where I live? 😅

But I have been surveying my backyard for sunlight. Oh, maybe I could have a few raised garden beds there. I can’t even sustain a cactus but will have to start somewhere.😁

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@estella 

I don't know how big your yard is or if you have access to a community plot where you can plant bushes but there is a nut tree/bush--hazlenut--that is a source of protein and fat. Unlike most nut trees, it bears nuts a year or two after planting. 

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@jana Thanks for the suggestion!🤗🙏 I will Google to see if such a tree is in my part of the world. I do live near a community garden and they offer many gardening workshops; my plan is to make time to attend one of them this year. They had a mushroom cultivating workshop towards the end of last year. Before that, there was one on edible flowers. 

Most tropical plants like aloe, banana and paw paw can grow easily here. We might also be able to grow zucchini. As a city dweller, my growing space is limited, but I have considered hydroponic cultivation for the decks of the house - if it comes to that. 😅

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I learned that the brain goes into survival mode when we limit things like certain foods in our life for long periods of time. The length of time is probably subjective. For me personally, one thing I'm limiting right now is refined sugar. But I know that come February, I am allowing myself to have it again if I want to. 

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@rapunzelsoldierfish Good to know. I hope I’m lengthening my years of brain sharpness (and overall vitality) by fasting 18 hours a day. 😝 I’ve been doing that for going on 3 years now. Eating any time within my normal fasting window is something that only happens a handful of times a year. The longest I have abstained from eating is 22 hours. I still have sugar, but only outside my home, when the food is prepared by someone else. I can go weeks without fruit and months without honey or jam or anything remotely sweet. 😅

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