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Old 09-12-2008, 09:43 AM   #1
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Default Good locations in Canada

Hello Crew!
I notice that most group are located in canada's most popolated regions.
Following the scenario I have published here:
http://www.projectavalon.net/forum/s...ead.php?p=8374
Ontario, ant the sout part of Quebec and BC are not-so-safe locations.

But also if you "don't believe " it is necessary to consider that those regions are very subjects to Earthquakes :
overview:
http://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca...can2005haz.pdf

actual situation:
http://www.iris.edu/seismon/last30days_N_America.html
and
http://www.iris.edu/seismon/zoom/?vi...lon=-75&lat=48

Another risks to be aware of is the precense of Nuclear plants.


All together seems to point that the best region to relocate is Alberta.
As I described here:
http://www.projectavalon.net/forum/showthread.php?t=458

I'm starting a project in the South of Nova Scotia, that is not a ideal location but still a pretty good one.
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Old 09-12-2008, 03:31 PM   #2
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I am feeling pretty secure where I am, in the Peace Region of northern British Columbia. (I am hoping the fact that it's called the "Peace Region" is also indicative of positive things. ) Many small communities here surrounded by farming/agricultural areas.

It's up here...
http://www.bcstats.gov.bc.ca/DATA/pop/maps/rdmap.asp (#55)
http://www.gobc.ca/map/northern-bc

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Old 09-12-2008, 05:22 PM   #3
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What about the Gaspe Coast just above New Brunswick, or maybe Northern New Brunswick? I am at the South Eastern tip of the Gaspe Peninsula.
Thank you for the thread!
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Old 09-13-2008, 03:43 PM   #4
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What about the Gaspe Coast just above New Brunswick, or maybe Northern New Brunswick? I am at the South Eastern tip of the Gaspe Peninsula.
Thank you for the thread!
New Brunswick have similar issues as Nova Scotia: Is close to the Sea and to a Nuclear plant.
But is not subject to big earthquakes. So I would say is not the best but a good location.
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Old 09-14-2008, 02:13 AM   #5
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What about the Gaspe Coast just above New Brunswick, or maybe Northern New Brunswick? I am at the South Eastern tip of the Gaspe Peninsula.
Thank you for the thread!
When earth changes occur the inland waters will slosh around
and ocean coastlines will be hit by tidal waves.
I believe the eastern coastline from the Gulf to Labrador
will not be a safe place to be. Proximity to any body of water
should be avoided. This relates particularly to interconnected
bodies of water such as the Great Lakes. I apologize if I state
this as fact. It's my belief but I shall act as it will be fact...preparedness.

I'm thinking the foothills of Alberta.
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Old 09-15-2008, 05:08 PM   #6
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i live in the peace country of alberta. a great place, but bruce power is planning a reactor in the area, dispite our protests. happily, it is about 50 miles away and downwind.
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Old 09-16-2008, 10:07 PM   #7
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Hi all,
Well I am living in B.C, far enough inland I hope to escape the mega tsunami that will hit the west coast.
I guess if you are al least 200 miles inland from the coast you will be safe from that senario.
I am sure being in the mountains will be a little safer.
Only a very minor fault line here that runs down kootenay lake, no activity noted.
But who knows when the pole shift starts, fires are our biggest threat here and of course mt st helens in washington. when she blows better expect to be wearing your resperator.
If yellow stone blows then we can all kiss our arses good by so to speak.
I have almost finished the bunker so I am possitive I will be safe from any NBC attack or disaster.
Also forest fires,300 + mile an hour winds, volcanic eruptions .
Don't know about the pole shift though or meteor strikes as these are un familiar grounds.
Have enough food and water to go underground for at least 1 year, hoping this is enough for my families sake.
Is there anyone else in my region ? as I expect to be cut of from the outside world as soon as the food supply chain gets cut of and panick starts, fingers crossed it does not go this way.
Lets all hope that the prediction on Oct 14th happens and the so called federation of light turns up to awaken lots more of us.
Peace to you all.

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Old 09-17-2008, 03:07 AM   #8
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Wow I'm in souther alberta, Mountain view county to be exact. I'm going to prepare a survival kit for myself. If anyone in the alberta area is planning on travelling send me an PM. If someone sets up a colony in BC I will trek there.
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Old 09-17-2008, 04:07 AM   #9
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It depends what the causes of any tsunami is.

Whether triggered by human hands or naturally occurring event.

We are accustomed to winds coming from the west and creating
a rain shadow on the east side of the mountains...and of course
the creation of micro-climates, so evident in B.C.

...but would the winds come from the west?

I suppose being "in" the mountains has to mean in valleys.
If the winds came from the west they would carry moisture which
would drain off the mountains and into the valleys.

This is why I believe the rolling foothills of Alberta to be the best
place...

...then if the winds come from the east...

...or south...

or

I'm outta here.
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Old 09-18-2008, 01:37 AM   #10
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Mervo are you Albertan? If you are keep in touch. We must network To find out where the new villages will be. Do you think that some of the ghost towns in the rockies of BC would be a place to go?
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Old 09-18-2008, 08:01 AM   #11
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Our townhouse in Mississauga is all concrete and can withstand 300+mph winds (except the windows will have to be covered up) and we plan to stay here for the next 4 years at least. If we do manage to connect up with some upbeat wisened ones we will put our heads together with them.

If we do drop our bodies around 2012 it will be after a job well done -- no regrets. If that is the plan then we may want to line up some cool parents before we go, lol. We would like to stay together, at least "kissin cousins"!
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Old 09-24-2008, 05:35 AM   #12
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Hi Gnosis5,

The other aspect to consider for your area is the earthquake and the water level from a pole shift if you want to consider the physical survival. The Toronto area will be flooded from the polar ice melt.

/Wayne
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Old 09-24-2008, 05:49 AM   #13
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Well as i am nestled on the edge of the hudson bay drowning is a possibility!! We are on the oldest rock on our earth and nature is my home. we have followed our intuition and universal signs that have led us here. If it is for death by drowning then that is our Blue-print we will follow.

I am not going to envoke negative thoughts of nasty earth changes, i feel safe hear beside the white bear and the white whale. If we go down it is natures Karma and i am part of that.

If we stay connected to self then we can feel confident to be where we are suppose to be.

Love to all that is willing to receive

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Old 09-24-2008, 09:45 AM   #14
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Was it really necessary to put Canada's reactor locations on an international site? It's not really a form of advertising in-sink w/Canadian security interests.
I can understand the list exists on the Net, but why help the maniacs looking to cause western world devastation.
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Old 09-24-2008, 03:10 PM   #15
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I have conflicting data about the polar ice melt. Gore says it is disappearing and others say it is still accumulating, except for some small areas. However I would imagine that the water in Lake Ontario might slosh around a bit during the precession. I don't have any attention on earthquakes right now.
We just need a safe space to continue enjoying our spiritual research and our gardening.



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Hi Gnosis5,

The other aspect to consider for your area is the earthquake and the water level from a pole shift if you want to consider the physical survival. The Toronto area will be flooded from the polar ice melt.

/Wayne
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Old 12-07-2008, 02:22 AM   #16
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Yesterday I spoke with a woman who told me about the Buddhist monastery in KinMount. She said it is built on a fault line and has some very good energies.

Has anyone visited it?
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Old 12-07-2008, 03:21 AM   #17
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i live in alberta
after living in the same city all my life, last year i kept hearing within me that i should move, the voice got stronger and louder, felt like staying in the city would not be beneficial down the road
when i finally got hit in the head with a brick, i moved
voice spoke to seek residence in the foothills and that is where i ended up and now i don't hear anything more about it and all i feel is peace and calm that i am safe (whatever that means)

mervo, that makes two of us ... i dunno ...
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