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peacelovinman 09-25-2008 06:54 PM

Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Hi Guys

Just a short note to announce that the Essex Ground Crew had it's first meeting last Monday. The view of the majority of the ground crew (2 for, 1 still undecided) is to leave the UK for a safer geographical zone.

I was interested to know whether any of you are planning to stay in the UK and what your stratergy is?

Thanks and the best of British!

astropsyche 09-25-2008 08:56 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Hi essex ground crew! I am a west country woman working alone right now. Yes I am planning to remain here in England as I feel no fear of the chaos and destruction people are preparing for today. Foolish maybe - but I do feel that a spiritual state of mind [ a challenging state to sustain in current climes I concede] will serve to protect me so I have no compulsion to leave the country of my birth. At least for the near future I want to remain and try to beam as much positive energy as I can into the world around me. If you know of any ground crew in my neck of the woods will you tip me the word please? Stay strong together!

Wildfire 09-25-2008 09:59 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Why dont you ask your soul to give you a dream to see where you should be living?
much love p.s i am outa here by jan 09 :mfr_lol:

THE eXchanger 09-25-2008 10:10 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
a lot of people from scotland/ireland/wales and uk
are quite happy in canada

love/
susan
the eXchanger

Phosphene_Sparks 09-25-2008 10:20 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
But I don't think there's anywhere safe to go is there? Unless you have your own self-sustainable farm somewhere hidden??...

greybeard 09-25-2008 10:40 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by eXchanger (Post 27906)
a lot of people from scotland/ireland/wales and uk
are quite happy in canada

love/
susan
the eXchanger

Is that an invite Susan --smiling ---I wish.
My late brother lived in Vancover --- he loved it.
If funds were easily available my partner and I would emigrate there but not an option at present.

The book Notes from the Cosmos ( Gordon Michael Scallion) produced a future map showing North East Scotland ok. However some of his predictions are past their sell by date, however they may happen yet.

Who really knows a safe place I wonder.
The ones who leave this Earth may be the fortunate ones and we all have to at some point -- only the body is mortal-- we certainly are eternal.
Regards Chris

eris 09-25-2008 11:00 PM

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yep greybeard - i'm cool with my mortality/immortality, no panic, no rush, let it unfold, teach/learn co-operation... have a laugh where possible :yikes:

work on my merkabah, foresee healing, what goes around comes around

THE eXchanger 09-25-2008 11:31 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
part of my family,
are from the black isles of scotland ;)
another part native canadian
(or, another part scot--NOT sure which,
since heaven forbid, you admit you aren't all white):mfr_lol: & why someone would have two sons,
and, give both of them, the same name :roll1::roll1:
another part from ireland:roll1:
another part from wales:roll1:
another part from s/w france:roll1:
and, the final 3 parts from germany:roll1::roll1::roll1:

must be nice to be just one thing

love/susan

Hammyplc 09-25-2008 11:36 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Hi all,saw your thread.

There are many countries discussed as safehavens.
Im from u.k. living in Chile researching Organic farming.Fresh water is vital. .There are many places in South america where you can drink from the streams especially near snow melt Andes. Its also not hard to find the watertable depth.
Land is cheap and construction easy and fast.There is an organic farm for example in Argentina where you live free as a volunteer(in exchange for 8 hrs service) and learn how to make many products.
Wishing you all a pleasant ascens:originalion,love and light

:original:

beanny 09-25-2008 11:49 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
im in uk, but my calling is to southern israel...overlooking the largest crator in the world...yet 1000 metres above sea level...
sounds insane, but may turn out INsideSANE....

pineal-pilot-in merkabah 09-26-2008 12:05 AM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
im staying. but trying to get a family friends mother to buy aboat.. i had a dream about heading south on aboat to southern hemisphere.. not sure what it means or when i should do it.. anyway im staying here. we are number 2 on the list for destruction,being usa best buds and all. so im taking extra precautions for nuke/ bio attack. i havw all info on how to survive it all im not scared. only of not being prepared..i think usa gets full "biblical hit" uk gets bio weapon as shown to us in many and various films (predictive programming)

Sunangel 09-29-2008 10:19 AM

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I'd like to flee in all honesty, but I wouldn't know where to, and I have family here who have no intention of leaving the UK. I couldn't leave them behind so now I have to figure out how and where to make a stand in the UK.

There are many places in Britain that I could and would go, but it's not just my decision. I don't have any definite strong feelings about where I should be either, and have not received any messages yet. I guess the most important thing is to get out of the city, but there there are people in my life that don't seem eager to do that either.

Anyone got advice for this sort of situation? Or anyone else in a similar situation to mine?

Peace
Sunangel

symbolon 09-29-2008 02:53 PM

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Quote:

Yes I am planning to remain here in England as I feel no fear of the chaos and destruction people are preparing for today. Foolish maybe - but I do feel that a spiritual state of mind [ a challenging state to sustain in current climes I concede] will serve to protect me so I have no compulsion to leave the country of my birth. At least for the near future I want to remain and try to beam as much positive energy as I can into the world around me. If you know of any ground crew in my neck of the woods will you tip me the word please? Stay strong together!
This is my attitude too. Also...for myself, a man's fate is a man's fate. If i am to meet my maker in the coming difficulties, then so be it. In truth, how can anyone know of a safe location, and i mean with absolute certainty? I know in my heart that i will be ok no matter what happens, and this drama will play itself out...with me or without me. The Earth is in a state of becoming. It's giving birth to a new time, and as we all know, a birth is usually painful. What i am going to do is NOT to withold any support, knowing that before i depart theses shores permanently, i will make a difference to this world.
Keep your chins up...all of you!

eurosceptic 09-29-2008 03:04 PM

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Well the next few years do not appear rosy in the Northern hemisphere and Europe! However many crop circles we have here!!!:lol3:

I know some folks planning to travel to Austrailia, South America etc.:thumb_yello:

Everyone has different life situation to weigh up and pros and cons.

Not everyone can just hop on a plane and many people have lack of resources and funds - that doesn't mean they will be any worse off in the long run but the warnings seem to be obviously there from George Green and all.

People without much current funds could try finding a WWOOF farm community? www.wwoof.org

Hope that could help somone.

PEACE LOVE then MORE PEACE and MORE LOVE.

its not where your from its not where you're at its where you're between....

tigger 09-29-2008 03:26 PM

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Hi all, I am in West yorkshire and intend staying right where i am, am preparing along with 2 friends at present but know our group will swell to about 25 (we just don't know who they are right now lol) Am fairly certain that we are meant to raise children who will find us- ? love and light tigger

mikey 09-29-2008 03:35 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by astropsyche (Post 27828)
Hi essex ground crew! I am a west country woman working alone right now. Yes I am planning to remain here in England as I feel no fear of the chaos and destruction people are preparing for today. Foolish maybe - but I do feel that a spiritual state of mind [ a challenging state to sustain in current climes I concede] will serve to protect me so I have no compulsion to leave the country of my birth. At least for the near future I want to remain and try to beam as much positive energy as I can into the world around me. If you know of any ground crew in my neck of the woods will you tip me the word please? Stay strong together!

Hey astro...wud be more than happy for you to get in on our devon and cornwall crew thread :thumb_yello:

I have no intent on leaving the UK in anytime in the very immediate future....

http://www.projectavalon.net/forum/showthread.php?t=469

there are no coincidences
peace
bananaman

pineal-pilot-in merkabah 09-30-2008 10:39 AM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
we wont be able to leave by 09 i think anyway. if we have further economic troubles there will be no flights ect. companies goihng out of business ect

Harmeen 09-30-2008 10:56 AM

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Peace, love and light to you all..

I am in the north west UK with no plans (as yet) to leave this area.

I would like to meet fellow ground crew members in this area if your out there, I am between Manchester and Leeds in the pennines.

Harmeen

peacelovinman 10-01-2008 07:22 AM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Harmeen (Post 32858)
Peace, love and light to you all..

I am in the north west UK with no plans (as yet) to leave this area.

I would like to meet fellow ground crew members in this area if your out there, I am between Manchester and Leeds in the pennines.

Harmeen

I have made up my mind that I shall stay. If I was to relocate I would be blindly following the advice of others. The time of blindly following gurus, in whatever form they appear, is over. The time of following our hearts, connected to The Creator (God, if you will), is upon us.

I see a simple solution for all of us:

1) Step outside the fictional destructive system, set up by the occult high-priests to control us (this could happen tomorrow and, if enough people were to do it, the whole house of cards would collapse).

2) Set up self-sufficient communities along the lines of the "Anastasia" books by Vladimir Megre.

peacelovinman 10-01-2008 07:27 AM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pineal-pilot-in merkabah (Post 28016)
im staying. but trying to get a family friends mother to buy aboat.. i had a dream about heading south on aboat to southern hemisphere.. not sure what it means or when i should do it.. anyway im staying here. we are number 2 on the list for destruction,being usa best buds and all. so im taking extra precautions for nuke/ bio attack. i havw all info on how to survive it all im not scared. only of not being prepared..i think usa gets full "biblical hit" uk gets bio weapon as shown to us in many and various films (predictive programming)


Things can change - not all things that we "think" will come to pass. My view is that we should concentrate on what we want our new lives to be like, not dwell on the destruction of the old one.

Mike_Jetson 10-01-2008 11:38 AM

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I cant see myself leaving before jan 2010 anyway and id like to set something up for summer 09 and then look at exit options but I have good feeling about England and Scotland. Ideally Id like to set something up in the north east where I am. I have some family in weardale in a remote location and although their spot isnt acceptable as a place to start a community that type of setup is appealing to me right now. either that or join another UK group and network well with the rest of the UK

clydebuilt 10-04-2008 02:58 PM

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Hi,
me and my partner will be in the UK unless we are told different.
We came here for this journey and what will be will be, hold the light my brothers and sisters it is a great time to be alive...

Adamu 10-12-2008 01:31 AM

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Of course I'm STAYING! Not to "brave" it though. I'm not gunna kick myself out of my own country - my leg doesn't reach round far enough for that for a start.

ucan 10-12-2008 10:29 PM

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I believe that leaving the cities is more important than leaving the country.

I'm here for the duration, unless something changes my mind...

izz 10-12-2008 10:33 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by peacelovinman (Post 27707)
Hi Guys

Just a short note to announce that the Essex Ground Crew had it's first meeting last Monday. The view of the majority of the ground crew (2 for, 1 still undecided) is to leave the UK for a safer geographical zone.

I was interested to know whether any of you are planning to stay in the UK and what your stratergy is?

Thanks and the best of British!

i have a british and an australian passport and i am staying here and chilling ...

THEWATCHER 10-12-2008 11:05 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by peacelovinman (Post 27707)
Hi Guys

Just a short note to announce that the Essex Ground Crew had it's first meeting last Monday. The view of the majority of the ground crew (2 for, 1 still undecided) is to leave the UK for a safer geographical zone.

I was interested to know whether any of you are planning to stay in the UK and what your stratergy is?

Thanks and the best of British!

Myself and family are staying put within the UK for at least the time being, seeing no immediate threat.





THE WATCHER AKA BMK

Jacqui D 10-12-2008 11:11 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
I'm from Kent and i will be staying for a while i think. I will access the situation if things go from bad to worse, not sure where yet but think the Scottish isles may be quite a good place.
But if things get bad roads, ferries, train stations may all be blocked so haven't quite worked out what to do.
I am ready though, getting a bag packed good walking boots warm water proof jacket and various other things that would be needed to sustain ones self in these situations.
Cripes this is scary stuff, if we really are the ground crew i keep thinking well maybe we won't have to go anywhere our elders out there will simply pick us up surely.:boat:

pineal-pilot-in merkabah 10-12-2008 11:21 PM

Re: Fellow Ground Crews - Anyone staying to brave the UK?
 
if it goes belly up tht bad, we will all be walking anyway.. we need to avoid the avaian flu quarantine scenarios by being out of the cities when the first sniff of it arrives. we will not be bailed out by any beings until its absolutley neccesary, this is a test for humanity. the prize at the end is supposedly a great one if we make it through.. such things will not be ahnded to us on aplate imo. :) we need to do a lot of helping others and a lot of adventuring!!!

SpaceMonkey 10-12-2008 11:38 PM

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i couldn't leave my life by blindly taking advice from others. Something will probably happen because of the way things are looking, but unless you move to the south of the equator to avoid nuclear winds like george green says, then there's no point in moving. Ive got too much here to move, and if something bad happens then im just gona have to try and survive the best i can.

blastawaycas 10-12-2008 11:45 PM

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Well i'm stopping even if its just to say........ "told ya so"............... to all the doubters.
we're stocked got enough dosh and armed to the teeth ...well an airpistol and knives and forks, too old to start trekking about so i will be keeping the Dunkirk spirit up keeping heads down watching our backs and getting ready to hit the North Yorkshire Moors if needs be, i had a dream some months ago really vivid so much so that when i awoke i ran to... (well hobbled, crippling arthritis of spine and legs/knees)... the bathroom to check the window was closed, then i realised i was awake and must have been dreaming, let me explain!. I was on the front with our two collies doing there late night ablutions as they do every night, to hear very distant sound of jet aircraft.... i looked to the night sky to see lots of jet aircraft flying south to north over Middlesbrough, between these planes was some other craft the likes of i have never seen but these craft were leaving vapour trails clearly seen in the night sky, i called the dogs and hurried inside my family asleep in bed, i hurridly closed the door (and while writing this i can feel the panic i was having at the time) making sure all the windows were shut, the last window was the bathroom window as i pulled it closed something (a creature / alien...... i don't know what) tried to stop me but i struggled and managed to close it. Thats why i hurried to the bathroom after i awoke. Don't know what it meant but a few nights later (a dream). whilst doing the same thing with the dogs on a night an alien craft landed in the cemetary next to our house, same routine rushing into the house pulling windows shut ect;. I could go on but i'll give someone else a chance
Any how good luck and best of British to us all in the up and coming next few months, because i think we're gonna need it.


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