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Old 09-05-2008, 01:30 AM   #1
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Im calling on all Quebecers that have awakened to contribute to this thread, we need to get together. I have done preliminary work already, trying to find safe spaces. If we put aside the nuclear fact that sometime in the futur, most of North America will be radiated,(I think that local survival is for short term and may have to move south later when the real problems arrive). I have already checked spaces for sea level rises.
Most of Quebec is safe from a 8 meter rise in sea level...that is pretty good. Montreal region has some problems, mainly in the south shore which would be pretty much all under water, the laurentides of coarse are good with the mountains.
Abitibi seems like a very safe bet, with lots of clean water and good soil.
I have studied free energy devices, I am not a specialist, but from what I know up to now, I think a combination of devices would be the best bet. We would need devices that can handle high current and other ones for electronics.
Radiant energy and solar power could be good for electronics, but Im still looking for a good high current device. Im aware of a couple of inventions already on the web, the thing is, they seem quite complex to build(mostly magnet devices) and would need some help on that.
Spiritually speaking, I agree with Micheal St-Clair, we need everyone to be mentally stable and pushing in the same direction. I have been working with crystals for a while, I am still a novice but I know that this will play a big part in what I can contribute. Healing is one aspect of crystals, but we will also need to be able to communicate with other communities and crystals will play a big role in that....(meditation,connection with the soul).

Thats about it for now, I hope to contact fellow light warriors in my region to get this going.
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Old 09-05-2008, 01:56 AM   #2
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You are not alone.

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Old 09-05-2008, 12:08 PM   #3
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Hi I Live

I am a french canadian, im presently studying in electrical engeniering, i chose that path of study because I needed to know more abount energy systems.

Im working with firends (all woke up) on some projects
-natural medecines
-energy sources
-Plants and seeds

All sort of thing to make sure we are ready to move on the next step and make sure we will survive

I have a few ppl with me, we need more because they are alot of thing to prepare and learn

I have hope
I dunno why but inside me i feel the posibility to do a difference
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Old 09-05-2008, 05:32 PM   #4
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Cool. Let's start.

1. Wait and see how many we are.

2. Discuss here what are the priorities (safe location, food, water, energy, etc)

3. Share information on priorities so each can start preparations.

4. Share information on significant events in Quebec and Canada (for example, federal election, majority for the conservative ? )

5. Share point of view about advantages and disavantages of the geo-strategic position of Quebec (for example, 2 meters of snow is an advantage against any martial law possibility)

6. Meet in real life to better know each other.

7. Organize a meeting with many for determine options in case of different scenarios: survival communities.


This is a draft. Your opinion is welcome.
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Old 09-06-2008, 04:22 AM   #5
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Hi All,


First, I would like to personally thanks all people involved in Project Camelot/Avalon for the tremendous works you guys done. You are my heroes No one has all the information for sure but the work you guys did is truly authentic and that's why I feel it's having such a big impact.

Now let's talk about me a little. I am from Montreal as well, actually I'm a good friend of Fred. We have known each others since high school. I work currently in computers as a system administrator. I always been very interested by technology since I was a kid. So when I started to wake up It's been easy for me to gather informations on all kinds of "forbidden topics". In fact I have compiled over 65 GB of independent documentaries on ufos, secret societies, religions, archeology, spirit world etc...Those films truly woke me up. The only source of information whose not completely controlled yet is the Internet...thanks god! I've been actually looking for truth for the past 3 years, at least consciously, and I feel ready for the next step. I also know someone from the inside sort of speak who told me amazing stories that coincided with the information I've read on the net.


Cyberbird, I like your plan and I feel the same way except I'm afraid we don't have much time. I'm glad to see that there is some quebebecers out there who cares much about the future of humanity than the next Montreal Canadians hockey game...

I think that we should meet asap. I don't know for you guys but I'm pretty tired of sitting behind my computer...waiting for something to happens. Let's be the change we wanna see and let's do it now. I'm ready to meet up whenever you guys feel to.

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Old 09-06-2008, 04:55 AM   #6
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Greetings...i am working on a plan for ontario /
however, there are parts of "the belle" province,
that are awesome

let's keep in touch
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Old 09-06-2008, 06:29 AM   #7
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hey gang... I may be way over here in Alberta, but want to make sure to say hello. So far seem to be the lone westerner.
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Old 09-06-2008, 12:46 PM   #8
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Alright!,its really great to see that local folks have been into this for a while!...I have been trying to awake people I know and they look at me like I got too much time on my hands.....
Indigo, talking about sitting too long in front of the computer, well there will come a time soon when we might not have a computer to work with.

I have been printing valuable info and been compiling stuff on paper, like the next thing I will print will be the Survival guide that you can find in the resources section. I then have them binded and covered with a plastic sheet protecting it. I think its very important to put things in paper like it was 300 years ago!....we might end up like that in the near futur.
Indigo, 65gb of info is alot to put on paper!...maybe we could organize ourselves to share the printing, if we are due to survive together, makes no sense in having the same info in lots of copies.

Exchanger, I was in Ontario last month in the area of Peterborough, that is another place I was looking at, lots of woods with runnin water, good soil. Its also been ocupied by Natives since a very long time. That might be a place to go.
One other point I would like to make....I think we should have plans for short term survival and long term, I don't think its as critical as tha americans.In my opinion, they have to plan to either go deep in the woods or leave the US...a bit like the guy going to Equador who posted a thread here. He seems very advanced in his plans, he does not have a choice. If they declare marshall law in the US, they are toast, and it seems to be right around the corner.
I dont know if we would have a domino effect here, especially if our own dictator Harper is reelected.
Somehow, I feel that we would have more options here.
So very short term for me, say the serious world happening come soon, we are not prepared for it.
OK, this is a great place to start the gathering of info and making contacts, but if we need to leave Montreal soon,( I think the first thing to do is to leave the big cities), we need to rely on our own resources.
If nothing serious happends for the next 6-8 months, then I say we have a chance of getting a group organized and ready to act.
I don't want to be pessimist about this group here, but we need to individually be ready to be "on our own" if stuff happends fast.

So I got my own plans for short term, i have a 9yrs old daughter, along with her mother and extended family that I would take care of.

Long term prep work, like I said before, Im looking at Abitibi(my parents live there), Ontario around the Peterborough area(some like minded freinds there), or the laurentians( don't know anyone there), but its in the woods, good water and soil.

The last detail ýI would like to mention for now is the time factor...how long would we need to be in survival mode......the thing is, anyone preparing to "camp out" has to realize that someday, we will get out of that mode and come back to "normal living".
Are we talking 4-5 years?...till 2012 when we cross over to 4D?..
Maybe it would be a year or less, just to let the steam and dust fall from the mass cahos of not having electricity and food.
Maybe we would have to avoid mandatory military roundup to go serve WW3....how long could that be?
Lots of questions, I would like to know what you think....

thanks everyone who in contributing here, this is a great start, I think we need to discuss these before we actually start looking for some land, what do you think?
Cheers
Olam

OH Cybird, I just saw your rundown of things to do, that seems like the way to go....

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Old 09-07-2008, 03:40 AM   #9
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In case of extreme and sudden situation which demand extreme quick response and movement.

1. Don't panic. Think. Regroup.

2. Shelter
-Away from urbain area
-Away of tectonic plaque and volcanoes.
-Windless side of a mountain (not at the top)

3. Portable Filters for water.

4. Food

5. First Aid Kit

6. Tent, sleeping bag, survival tools

7. Fish rod, weapons

This is also a draft.
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Old 09-07-2008, 03:43 AM   #10
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saw your message. Your not alone.Reply?
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:17 AM   #11
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Greetings,my message may sound wrong but necessary.

If my life here have to end there, so be it.Trying to run away is normal but, be aware my friend that your life will end if it is needed,from radiation or from a car accident driving away from danger.I give you all a hint since it is still free.I will not buy extra car battery but i will sit in the high grass.I will not build a new society for i builded love until the beginning.I will not judge other people choice for i always judge myself after a death.
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:25 AM   #12
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yes im not alone but im seeing so many who are. Im in Canada too eh!
How far along in preparing are you? and what are you preparing for
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:31 AM   #13
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You do not have to prepare because you have already been there.
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:46 AM   #14
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nice to see some of you in Quebec
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Old 09-07-2008, 01:58 PM   #15
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I lived most of my life in Montreal ,Though I retired at 48 and now live in Gaspe . need a place of refuge?I am here .
162 acres of land mostly wooded situated that it would take 30 meters of sea level rise to swamp the house
trout and salmon river,on the ocean ;lots of wild game ,berries,Mushrooms on my property.
We are brothers and sisters ,I welcome all Canadians and Americans when the
s*** hits the fan contact me.
There is also a mine 60 miles away that can be used in case of radiation.
Francais ou Anglais je parle le deux, mais je suis Anglais.




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Old 09-07-2008, 02:39 PM   #16
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Imaculate, thanks for the reply and info!...although I have been preparing for some kind of plan, you are already way ahead with all your resources.
It is very generous of you to offer all this,honestly, lets hope we don't need to use it, but if it comes to that, your offer is very interesting indeed.
I could eat salmon all year round!, what a luxury that would be.....Ill look around for a Salmon and berry recipe to bring over if needed
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:54 PM   #17
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Hey guys...I'm glad to see some fellow Quebecers that are awake.

Thanks for your offer Immaculate, it's very generous.
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:15 PM   #18
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I am sorry please look here

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/15...les-geologists

There was also some article about water under the Asian continent the volume of which was said to be more than all the water on the surface of earth I am sorry I canít find that article but I hope this link will help you find it
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:48 PM   #19
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"6. Meet in real life to better know each other. " --- we should . The best way to talk and to know each other. Marius here , Polish-Canadian ,from Lachine
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:50 PM   #20
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Well if you need the offer do not be shy
We are brothers and sisters when the s*** hits the fan
Even if we have to have some in sleeping bags on the floor or in cots
lost of room big house.
the only problem is that I have planned food for only 4 people.
this will mean that those that come need to bring some food as well
depending on the season and what game is available.
All you'll need bring is freeze dried foods so get some ordered up.
enough for at least until the springtime when the season of gathering and farming begins again.
Lets hope it never comes to that and that wiser minds will prevail.

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Old 09-07-2008, 07:38 PM   #21
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mario_bros View Post
"6. Meet in real life to better know each other. " --- we should . The best way to talk and to know each other. Marius here , Polish-Canadian ,from Lachine
Hey Marius, ya muviae po polsku...ha ha, something like that

I had polish friends in school, they taught me the basics, and would supply some good cherry wine...
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Old 09-07-2008, 10:03 PM   #22
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Cherry wine is a must for survival
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Old 09-08-2008, 12:49 AM   #23
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i'm another in montreal...its nice to see there are others thinking. im interested in helping to build some kind of community. so i just wanted you all to know im here too.
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Old 09-08-2008, 12:43 PM   #24
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Hi, let's meet next week, i would say around thursday night (18 september) , in montreal or around, anyone knows someplace that we could talk quietly and safely?

Need some replies on this,

For the people that are not around montreal, we could always let you know what we had talked about.

First thing we need to make sur everyone is at the same level of information

(everyone must be awaken for this reunion to avoid losing (even though this is not losing time ) time to wake them up )

have a nice day all

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Old 09-08-2008, 01:22 PM   #25
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I visit sometimes Montreal, I hope to meet some of you 1 day!

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